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Heart Attack Takes 
Platters' Manager; 
Funeral Saturday 

James Battiste. 42. road manager for the "Platieis" 
died Tuesday morning, at the age of 42, the' second mem- 
ber of the famous singing group to bestrick'en b>: death 

! in the past six months. 

j_ l.a--! .Tuly A Rupi'il bijant^fi , ■ 
! thf^ . PlaiTrrS' pianii; dim-ioi- 
and ci>arh', was b!ndc:e:>np(l t 
dfaih i>Par ipip cornev of H(h)\- 
er awd 42ndi street. The kiUci', 
helicxed lo havp hopii brnt on 
rohboi > . h.LS not bpf'ii tcund 

Battlstr, u>.-) ha>; bepw av- 

ranif^nL; the tours both i;i ih:-- 

oo'ji)t!\" and abroad dird i'l 

pi'^ Hospital at 1 r*^! ant, 

• suffpfii^n a \\c;i':\ alta'k, 

had ItTPi; hospitidi^od fo 

Oi'.p wppi: 

A nntivo of Ra'o:i P.o'.i::*- \^.\. 
BaUi.s;e .'.p.tfffed .a hr.iit ai- 
tacki. whilp on toiJif in .NIomco 
City last On. r/i and, \va- hos- 
pital! '.ed \V.<^re lor ('<»te month 
bef'ire he- wm alUXvrd In ip- 
!turn to l.os .ViiEctiJ.s Nov. 30. 
( When the PlOtorB niadp lhr:r 
|mr>st rpcf'ti* ;r;p ! whirh too!: 
jthpjn fa ,la|<an, Batii.ste slaN'- 
Ibflhu-id. IliX bnddie.4 rotui-npd o:. i. 
ithf" iTiorninE; of his deai'>^\ 
_ . I Fun^ra! s<?i"\ic?.s will W ht-M 

Mima ^BlAMAAl* ^^atiHVJas at the An;;pliis Kun- 
ny llvllvV'li/ Piif TIo-iP at ■:!) ,=t.m. f;.:,; : HI- 
' . - i bel in Linroln Mrniofial (V-n- 

PAMMni Pl'lilf^A C ^'^'' "^" '^"*'^^" txi-nif^'- a':p/.' 
iCpUW I I IIIVV' ) .si.suVvivpd b> his uifp Viriiii. 

■ ' ' jar^d"five childi'jn. 

The p\enin'.; befo;e Biait.-cf! 
was killed, he and the othe 
Platters had .uone to the fljtjrr' 
ofiljhe Rev. .lohn L. Bi-anhan' 
•Mr». Comratnt Prince. 84. kheilCHI 'W. 119th street, to hear S- 
mother of Peppy .Prince, v^^UlPaili s choir. 
known bandleader, formerl He was set upDn at at>our \ 
teacher of architect Paul R.; a.m. A blood-stained shovel !u a- 
Williams, and one of the oldest ifoutiid near whei-e he was at- 
pioneer re&idents of Pasadena.! tacked. He had been hit on thc. 
died last Friday ^nd was buried head and knocked unconsi lous. 
ff'om the Firsr^ME ^UYch'iniHe died later that morning- at 



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THURSDAY, JAN 4,106? T I 1 Wt3T VERt^ON AvE.lA 8,CALIf VOL. LXX/l - -No 4: 



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Death Strikes Again-- ^Ala. WltneSS' Calls 

NAACP 'Mad Doc|S, 
Cutthroats, Thieves' 


J?Mne«s Battlst* 


Early Pioneer, 
Prince's 
Motlier,Dies 


'sw^pr.a i.-^day. Thur;-~dsy ^Generai H^fpi 

in addition to^ Peppv (Pre.i-i^ -' -• 

X^mj' Prince, Mrs. Princr is' 
\survived by tvvo . sons and: a' 
^^auphtet. difford Priiice. 913i-S. 
f-ait^ Oaks avenue. ;» druggist. 
Frank Prince and Mrs. Lulu 
Lewis. An^ajer son, ■Kegingrdr 
preceded her iitsigath. 

B£RK LO\G TtME 

Mrs. Prince formerly tau^.t 


Negro Seen 
Ortljucky' 
Beer Truck 



.\JO.\TC;OMERV. Ala.— The NAACp is. -niade up 
of thieve's. cut-thro. 'ts and tile scum (jf the earth," one 
of the witne^sses deehtied here last week dut-ing the trial 
of the ca.sp pf Alabama vs. i the NAACP. 

""■ ' ■ As ar,':( ni.'iicd iliPicourt aflej 
a t!i' I'p - day liji'.i|»inj ruled 


Vice Group 
Exposes White 
'Fun' Seekers 


acainsi tlip .A 
marie p<^r;r:ai,i-ii 
injiinfpon o:ii I iwin. 
Ihal \\;!s 111 si is^i: 
a h''.u \<'.!i's ;iL-o 
liiii.'e \V.lo 

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.(•ration and 
a -. tf'tiiporarx' 


the .NAAC-p: 
d li\p and 
on .June 1. 


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rhaiity ..vfcuuxc and a Hiii- 
bai:k ' n< .\ s divtrilnil.': aii' 
an:iiiiLr tlu- l.iit,:*' and i-iov\iJr_; 
UPi.tlp ol uliito ni'Ml V i;o scPK 
tlictf plctivure \uih lad;t\s of the alir-r tiic 
li.i:h; in the Wcslc'il and .Viia.nis li'id >(•> . il 
a:-i-a, t!ii> C-.o. > il ol OrLM.'ii/.a- :', In o ti)- 


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! \^(- p a npvs' ".<k,id dutipii 
■'iidmitlop indi. atcd. <'onri. 
The tonim.Mt.-c, Iha' has lor,;; The \ ,!jioii( 
l>cpn altentplin;' to i i'-an up thp B<nt\e Ft ink 
'area, usseitrd il.it H.i pi'i c em 'ari' .: S-.itr 
.of the pro.-^titiyinn 'iradi ' is f<Jf ■ P-»'ip' iior 
.^iifiadp \s^ r.l v(h;.r mrn li\inf; On dnpit 
iontsido tl!»> a-p^ : N'.\A(.'P A'ly. 

: \Si«i.v :Mi:-; |.N,v,i.i„ooi<-:.. .r- 

.M in\ of them are said' tn hr^ nMfTpd Hi Tt sh 


a'-, aptic,-' 

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PftlNChiJS IN PAS.\I)KNA - Pcai-l L. Patbinson i.^ 
sh|)wn m the Costume of a Wa'aL^si princess- a.* she 
rides the City jo^f, Los Angelos float in the Pasadena 
Ruse Bowl pat'aale. 


iPO'^tii.T di^triri 


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Al.aii 


^ \\ as Mrs 
,ir,,i .Spcrp- 
i.s. runniJiL- 


p\a'iii;i: lion by 

y. ed' I>. (iray ot j 

•M.-i r>,tik .1(1- 

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TA'KKN BY DEATH — Edward C. Atkijison 
Friday, just six weeks after the death of his 
Ethel. He was buried Wednesday. 


riied 
wife 


of nnddle and upl>r'r .tiioiiip it>( 
brackpts. .\ numf)er->of tKi'in are [■;![)c 
■rrarrifvl and !,in'iil.\' iriPit \viio-sa,\ii 
hold salp^ _p\ei-uti\p [»i.-.it;ops ir.^tfn); 

Tlip naiiips of "ihusp nrioKpii win. 
Wi-p traced.' tiiiliujh the lii it,-.p . 
nuniliprv of thPir aulornohiip?. , 
n'ont'.nupd on P.tue •? ' 


ix-T-n <'or_ 
fjiiotcd li\' ,. N'voHTirvv s,- 
j.^lti. h ippoitcd h<~i', ss 
site ^u/ind 1 isi'.:". her ,|on 
than r.'l-Mor.-thf NAAl.'P 
-hp Saul, 'I'd b«'pn 
'C'oi.i.niipd oii Pai'e 4' • 


By ROBEftr FARRKIJ, 

Sunday School at the old AzUsaj ^T^''" P^'"-^^'^*'' ^""''^^"'^ «' '''*' 
Street First AME Church and f ^.^"^ BevernKe Co. local d,,^- 

Itribmors, of Lucky l^ger. said.: 
'There are no Negro driv ers ' 


Edward Ce Atkinson Sr. 
Follows Wife to Grove 

Requiem mass was recited at St Thomas Catholic 


often pointed with pride I to 
some of her students who had, , ^ , 

learned the Golden Rule in hci ^""^^ knouled^e. 

classes. Among them were Wil-^^^. ^^.^^^ ^^^ Helpers ;.,»!, Church W.ednesda.y morning for Edward C. Atkinson, 

,ihey didn't T.:now for sure l)p-jwhQ^ died PYiday. The rosary 'tt-as held at An 

cau'-e they have '''tpn to twenty IFuncrai-Jiome. ' . "~>^. 

boys drivint;." Their leroni- .Mr. .Mknrsrm s deaiii at tiip lialf 

doa't sl-iow AiRifh members are .Santa Ke Hosfnial o<ctii red just died 

A'et-'r(.>es. ' .~in nerks .iftpr that of +iis' .M 

But frn sure I sa« a rolored w i(p, Ktriol .Vtkin.son. to 'whom ,,y 

had tx-on inarripd almost L'landfaf 

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liams, Byron Kenrter and. Ber- 
tham Tucker., 

Mrs. Prince had li\ed in Pasa- 
dena ies 65 years,' moving |to^ 
fhat city b&fore the.tuin of lihe 
cewtiiry. She w jte born in iJTo-. 
bil«, AJa.. an.d before rpniinKito 
the Southland fed kved in Car- 
son City, Nev., and itt-San Jose. 

8h« wag married to Frank 
Prince in 1899 in Pasadena. 

The Woods- Valentine Ti/nprai 
Home of Pasadena uas in 
Charge of arrangements. 


Mf^ Afkiiix 


man dr!\in:; a Lucky [.ajcr de- 
live;'- truck north on Central 
avenue , Tuesday forpnfxm at 
ILT) a m ' ' 

.Meanwiiite. the tx>\coti is t-.m 
tinuin^: 

Twenty mi'mj)Ci s of ili" (.'.di- 
Ifornia Neeno Businpssine.'; s. As 
i.socration marched around Those 
j Cotton Boys Liquors at Western 
and 35lh place for the second 
[week .Saturday aftpnxxm. 
j Cordier Cotton Jsnce again 
' loudl.v suggested that the ^roup '^ ^"^ 
r"*p^cket the Jew down 
j street " 
who Plainrlolhes poln finpn »• 
minded the pi( kets to kfpp h< 
doop^^av' ripai. for Cotton >aic 


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a ■ ct'i;tur\' 

N..\. 17. ' ,-:■ 

.Nlkmson wa^ the fatli**r 

iard .Atkinson .Tr.. and 'iJi.-- 

I Fduard AtkinMin 

III and Joy .\f?riui,on. }le lived 

at ll'tti ."s. Kin-s!<'.\ TtKve 

He was boi n in New ()i PpHtis 
He had Ined ;n (■a:.foriu,» for 
vonie ."j^ yeai < and wa^ one of 
the most rpsi>pi-fed men in the 
ii)mmunil.\ He was a(t|i\e ini 
\\ ilkins •<'ivir iinprovetnent proje< Is, llie 
openinKrN.\ACP and- the I'rban Leasue. 
of thelHe organi/ed the N .\ A CP 
N A .-X. C P Tupsday^^expressed braiK h in Valleio durint; World 
itii isui of the Kennedy, ^'ar L 
If.,^ adminislr.Ttion becuu-ie of it, j For the 
f.iilure to hvp up to rs nflvancpiserved as 


Roy Wilkins 
Raps Kennedy's 
Rights Record 


NFW YORK - Roy 
exfcoti'.'p secretary, 
the ."inriual. iiecting 


Boy Notifies 
Police, 'Dead 
Man In Street' 

John M. Howard. f)3 
lived at 126 E. 36th stieet.. w'as 
Pound dead on the sidewalk at 

38th street 'and Maple avenue! iho hne was l,otfiei:ini; hiin ''''" f"i"'^>e passai;e of any .ivil — 

about 11;30 aln: last Wcdnes Cotton said. •Tm not ordei mt^If'i;'"'- ''^uislation durinc: thp .en-, ^ 
day. any ninre Lucky •• lire year 1%1 .ind failure of the! 

Police officers were summoh-j Bill Hutson, the protest l:ne Pte'^ident to sipn the promised 
ed to the seen* l^y a small boy. i captain, said. ■Cotton had some executive ordc bannin:; dis- 
who said-lie cAsbrved two meniLuckv Lacer dcliveied thisl''"'"^''^''"" '" fcder.dly finanf-, 


Rochester's 
K|n Leave; 
Guns Ditto 


Cbmmijinity Half for 
Awards Frowned On 

i ' By RARBARA MOl NTS 

Iriie names of the' first 1962 nominees for the "We 
iht i Ready Yet Club" reached, the Eagle office, this'' 

weekj along' with the ston.- ""about the plans -of the Los 

An]^eiles Businessmen's Association for the annual minis- - 

tjenal" and iayrnen's a ward, program. 
T!ip. ".-Vint Ready" namesTn-j'^ ' 

( ludefj a number of busmes.s | 

and .piofessiona! people and 'I 

prominent ministers w how anted i| 

no p;(.n of the profrrarn -this' 

year \ This year the jbanquet)| 

will hp held in the heart of the: 


^te^ 


; fommiinilv instead 
lip\eri\. Hilton. 


of at the! 


l.dde "l^.i, hp~!ri" .Anderscin 
of l'r:.',W !;Tth street. reix)ile< 
1o •H'l:. P last Wpd|iP'-(L*\ that|j, 
two ii<iii.-p''U(st>, orK H ri'lali'.o. 
had oioken into \y.^ .don ^nil .l^ 
t.ik«n -<.'t"'e S'.Ji wot;!i of as- ^ 
SOI fed ~~+tqn'.' aims, iiefore de- 
part it:- lor th»ur hotne in Beati- 
nioiit. Tevas %^ 
■jn'p !rrr..-d Heniy nh...riav "-'1 
oj .".I'r'ii Woi ( p^;<-t .s\ipp'. Be.ui- 
ftl"iit, .•ind. Roland ."^in on, IT. of 
r;5(».') Paradise >trt ei, )-ipaumont. 
in: his iheft lomptaint, Simon is 
tlie biolher oi Y.xTi. .Aiyierson, 
xliPsler .s w ife. \ 


The; Busine--smen"s Associii- 
tion itfixirtedly deiiueii dial al- 
ter seli'ial years of s[)onsorJnK' 
the e^eiit and holding it 'in' 
Bp\pr(.\ Hills, ihe.V ivould '^irnit; 
mbne.v b^ck infb .the com- 
munity. The i^lan was ,to charge; 
sahie amtiuni as; pi-eviausl.si 
■) per tiekef. bark I 
clubs 


to, j:l\e 
to thej churchles and 
ins; the tickets 


The lime ari 
of liiPjassod; 
siiflablle plai'P 
ill the;l comm 


m^A .-^mP 


kkM;ksk k.\(.li>h 

If tiie^Chi istia.ts. whi> had been 
thrown ii) t-lip \\ Tui bi'ants m- an- 
I'leni Rome, t.ad iurned on the 
lions and Startfcfll eat.n 


the 

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their 

jpj]. 'tormentors jtjicy- vkoiildn t ha\(? 

stiric'd up much itiorp o_| nu up^ 

f "i Ilia r tlraii^ the' Indians st.irted 

pla.-exojnniittre „,i,,,,,' ,|,^^. ,^,,,^,,.,, „,^ p,,,,.,„; 

tmn soucift^out a ,_.,,,;,,„„, ;,f ,;oa. Tho lut-tuttin^' 

tor lite p.?nquet:,,„^,,, ^^^^^ ,^,,„ e,,i,ai|pd l^-Hj 

tinity. AniiuiK -the K,.ee^,<^,„ . f,,^,,,. .j^^,) ■ ■ ■ ^ 

plart's. checked vs-as the* 8!lks. ,^..,(,^1 

But th> Llks hall needed Pa"i'-! M|vsissippi 


Fiider -.ha 
around and 


iiiK. arid a spoXesman for tiie 


vcop 


. sudd.^nl.w- 
clouted a 
o\pr the skult; 


he 


p.asl in years 

a ntemlier o( the 


imI 1 
Two 


;:hts proimses, 
ntaiti iteniis of nvtii 
iilurc. of the Presifl^nt ff 


■board of dirertors of the Broa«l- 
>n"wiiv Federal .Sn\.in2s and Loan 


KI.KCrrK.n John t. Wil- 

liams has been- elected 
business apent for Team- 
sters Lo.al No. 208. the first 
.Negro to hold sui h a posi- 
tion in the LA. Teamsters 


Mi.ssint;. Rodu'ster said, aiplbusines.smen .said the KIks were 
a Smith &• Wesson, a cult .1.'), a!""' willing to. paint the plate 
;P-:;s German au^imalic. an an-ja' this time. AI Robinson of the 
.tique ,.r;8 raiiber quick-draw Llks. told the EAGLF, that he 
jcun in ian leather holster andlplnnned t(;^: pi-esent a plan for 
|a London-made navy blue coHt. j beaut ifyiniir; the halt- at the next 
j. Relatives iq Bpaumont re-tbdard meeiinf; on Jan. 8. 
porlpd seeini; Thomas "flash-' The- invi.fations to norn.inate 
line'" .sump ,u'unff around town, i iC\mtinued on Page -fi 


looking at the naan and debat- 
ing 'whether he Was stUl alive. 
The two pien told the boy to 
cair an aimbulance. WTien he 
went to call on^ the 
appeared. \ 

Mrs. Camille Howard, daugh- 


morninir. We will 
store ne.xt Friday 
day. " 
.And the Lucky Lager sele< 


picket the'^'J hou.^rs. The order !i.;s l^ecn 
and Saiur- ''^^'''^'"^ Kennedy's sr.;nature 
since .Nov. 2.5. Wilkins said. 
Kennedy's refusal tp call for 


civil lights lei^islation Wilkins 
branded as a "basic error." 
He also criticized the toker 


men 'dis- tive buying program entered its 
eighth week. 
.\ spokesman for the busihess- 
ter-in-law of the dead rnan. toldlmen asks all residents of thePa^e of school integration 
police that he was retired. His Valley to contact- Paul Adam 
death was attributed to natural! at KV. 1-8873, regarding lactivit; 
causes. ' ' i' iin the Pacoima area. . 1. 


Attyi General Lists 
Civil Rights Gains 


Goose Tatum, 
Satchell Paige 
Denied Service 


WASHINGTON — 


I. WICHITA. Kan. "tioose" 

[Tafum Sr. and Satchell Paige 

'were among a group of four vis-i 

iiting basketballers who were re- 

„T„ ^ L o J i fused service at a mid-city 

Important progress was made,,,,,, , „„„,„,. ,,,, vv»rf,^c^=J 

.. >r • -1 • I..,. Aii r^ %, -L , Tr ■, lunch counter last Wednesday, 

m the area of civil rights, Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy, Saturn , now coach of the Har- 
told his brother, President John F. Kennedy.ln a report;iem Stars, said this is the first 
last week. The report, however, was a double edged one time in the lo to 12 years he 
since it not only proclaimed gains but implicitly advised 

against submission of a civil | ^ 

ri^ts k^slative program to. they called the administration's 

the next session of Congress. 'failure to fulfill the platform 

Qvil rights advocates who! promises of the Democratic 

said tiiey foynd the report ac-[ party made during the 1960 


evirate vfere quick to reiterate presidential campaign 
their belief that added legisla- The president is said 
tiai ds needed and expressed 
keen disappointment over what 


to be 
leery of presenting , Congress 
(Continued on Page 12) 


has been visiting Wichita that 
this has happened to h:m 

Tatum. Paige, who is coach- 
ing the New York Rens, their 
teams and the four Ink Spots 
are all staying at the Lassen, 
of the city's three ma>'>r 
hotels in the business district, 
just across the street from the 
lunch counter. 



with, a volume of Chandi's^, 
works oii iibn-violenre. A man 
had finally bitten a doc 

The hije and cry was com-, 
pounded 'in ajniost equal parts 
out of thiy an- 
guish of iiiose 
who genuinely 
depri'iiifp vio- 
Ipih o as a so-; 
Jiiiion of cclon- 
lalisiu or any 
inuriialio n a I 
problem, and" 
those \', 111) re-: 
uard .an;,- shc)w 
of foi( (■ »)n the 
pan of i\sians 
or Africmns as a re\ersion of 
the natural order of things. If 
.vou look at Xh- probl-^m from 
the \;ir.ijr;e point nf Iliose who 
are committed to the non-viiv 
Mont wayOi. life you'vp '.;ot to 
say th.at Nehru was wToivt ^and 
that hp should ha\p toleratedl 
tjhe Portuguese occup.itioH un^^l^' 
a pe,!' pful wa\- could he found'.. 

1' Ti i{\ OTHKK ( hk;:k 

I 'Ttileratiitg- life Povtu,';uc.^e .re^ 
quires a groat deal of patience. 
.[.and-an almost inordin.Tip idnlity 
iCuntiniied on Pa^e ■! • 


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nCKETS AT COTTON BOYS — Some.of the mem- 
bers of the California Negro Businessmen's Assn. 


and others who picketed Those Cotton Boys Liquors 
are shown above. 


Featured 
in the Eagle 

Church Activities'.- .5 

Editorials 1 |,— 4 

BUI SmaJlwood ....fiZ 7 

Sports— rrrrrl... -6 

Social ... .....7 

Show Business 4^ 

PeoDl^ ^ 9 

Chazz CravvforcT 10 

4 Oxnard 8 


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2— The California Eagle Thursday, Ja"ulary 4 -1962' 

Kennedy Says 
Roy Wilkins Is 
Spur to Nation 



Williams WinS;Anti-Red Exposed as Threat to 5^ 
Business Post Agent of Tshombe Cup of Coffee 

f\f Y ■ One of the leading sjie^kers at the recent "Project «| • /w% f/ ■ 

UT I 60ll1Sl6rS Alert" anti-Communist marathon sessions at the Shrine pflUPS DC6f 


NKW YORK — The entire na- 
ti; n should lie congratulated 
"for having a man like Roy Wil- 
kins to spur it on to the essen- 
\tial sjoal of securing the full 
constitutional ri':!its of ajl our 
c-i!izens." Pros. dent John F. 
Kennedy s;iid ri a Irlo^ram of 
felicitation read at a dinner 
-iiere Jan. 1 in tribute to Wllkins' 
30" years of service and leader- 
' ship in the NAACP 

Wilkins, uho joined the As- 
sociation staff as assistant sec^ 
ri'tary on Augaist 15, 1931, has 
. been the executive sci-reta'iy of 
the oi'Kani./alion since Aoril. 
1955. succeeding tiie Uite Wal- 
ter White, 

He was presented a scroll bv 
Arthur _ B. Spingarn, NAACP 
president. 

Joining the Prosideii' in feli- 
ritating the NA.^CP leader were 
Mayor Robert F. Warner; Rob- 
ert C. Weaver, adminifelriitbr. 
Housing and Home Finance 
Agency; Judae Thurgood Mar- 
shall of Ihe VS Second C.'Tuitl ,, ,- . ■ , .. ,^- • ,- i n i 
Court of Appeals: A PhUip. Mayor \ orty said the L!ti::.:u I rban Konewal 
Randolph. vi<? president of thevisory Committee and the city will work "in conjunction 
AFL-CIO: Arnola Aronson. sec-with the Federal governirent to make an invcntt)ry of 
reaan.-. Leadersnip, Conference , the renewal and rodevclopnient needs i.i the city," in his 


John T. Williams, orle of the 
I prime-movers in liie recent pick- 
et line protest at Greyhound Bus 


One of the leading sjie^kers at the recent "Project 
Alert" anti-Communist marathon sessions at the Shrine 
was a paid agent of Katanga's Pre?. Moise Tshombe. ac- 
cording to a speech made last Wednesday by Carl T. 
Rowan, assistant sccretaty of state. 

Rowan, addressing the -ITJh. ' 
annual meeting of the Phi Heia and many other minerals. He 


-.r 


Tli^ Kxecu'ive ■'^oard and 

nicniiicrship of Teamsters Si 

Freight Drivers Local No. 20& 

, , charged the City of Commerce.- - 

Philadel- 1 claimed that that combine show- \^^,f, restrictin<^ their access 'to 

a good nickel cup ot coffee. 


Co., was elected one of seven Sigma fraternity in 

business agents of the 5000-mem-'P'^'^- named Michael Struclens.led net pi'ofils of S47.0lX).0OO in 
ber Teamster Freight Drivers ' ^'^'''""^'" '^'"'-i'''" ''i^'' servant, as 1 1960. and that in 19(;i it chalked 
, »• ^„ • " -'he head of "a clever big-money up its most profitatile such-pc- 

Local Na 208 in ^ three-day 

election. Dec. 20-2:'. 

Williams received 825 

to place lliini in a field of 39 

applicants, the first -Negro to 

be elected to the p(jst of 

i business agent in anv of \\^e lo- 

jirals in the Ijis .\nt:eles Tram- 


secession'' in the 


HKI.P 


votes Katanga's 

Congo. ^ 

V()( Al 

Said Rowan: 

"By spre.t(l:ng around 

, . ,, ., _ SI 10.1)01) over the last 

ters Jomt Council. Top man in 

be election obtained 1067 votes. 


campaign to convince .\meti- liod in history. 
_ cans that thev ought to snpp<frl| Union Minieiie. he continued. 


LEAGl E MEMBERSHIP DRIVE — 

Committee members discuss plans ior 
the 1962 Urban League Membership 
Drive, set to start Jan. 21. Seated, 
from left : Mrs. Margaret VV. Coleman. 


-Ix^agiie administrative assistant: Wil- 
liam Bailey, assistant campaij:n chair- 
man; Dr. Clarence G. Littlejohn, gen- 
eral campaign chairman: ind Rev. 
James H. Hargett, assistant chairman. 


INDKpKVnKNT 


) 


Yorty Tells Plans 
iFor Urban Renewal 


']\\o slairs 'fOntesT?(l for the 
posts, hut Williams and a num- 
l)er of other candidates ran as 
independents. He was the only 
independent to v\in office 

Williams ha."! lieen active In 
I he Teamster.s t'nion for tlie 
oast seven \ears He was 
named Health and Welfare co- 
Tq TqcIcIc ^^ qa^ '''rdinPAnr ■ for his local's half- 


Businessmen 
Set Conference 


It lc?tLst 
\ear. .Mir. 
Struelens h:is -ottcn some eN- 
tremel.\' vo< ;il help in dispensine 
a siting of m>ths and a stream 
iif misinforiiiaiKin al)out Ki.'i- 
tanga and the C. hil'o. • 

"The cru\ (if their prop;r.'a|n- 
(la campaign is that pinte ''f'''''"' Re'icral' of, the Katang 
Tshnmh.e is an ardent anti- 
Commiini.st. American officials 
who oppose his effort to pull Ka- 
lanu'a out of the Congo are 'aid- 
ing the Communist cause.' 

"This is abfiut as cvnjcal and 


pays alxiiit XO per cent of the 
t.flx re\enucs 'of Katanga, and 
then asked.' '.'Xowrisn'i Jt nat- 
ural ihat ihdse With lii^ancial 
interests m I'nion Minier^ woiihl 
rather see Katanga' as an easily 
contrullod '.separate nation' than 
as part of a laicer Con:;o nation 
whose- giivciyiment mipin not 
lie as friendly as Mr. "fshombe 
and his associates"'' ' 

Struelens is. listed as- the di- 


.'Jervice. with what 
s "s.ime rather plush 
in New 'York's Fifth 


on Civil Rights: and James first press conference of 1;>62 Tuesday 
Blake, chairman of the N.\.\CPi • Yort\ s administration istar>-| - 

Tlv- :.;a>' 


Yorts s 
national youth uork committee. 'p,-oa./'hing urlia i i onewa 
' Harry. Golden. North Carolina the, lines sug,'e tod in 
author and journalist, made the munity Ileneiv;, 


million dollar boalib program I '^'^^'""•'st a bit of nonsense as 1 

, , J t .Lv ,, 'ast Manh thie hi"hest noct ' have heard since going to Wa^h-' 

.\ ueckend coiifeieiw* on the-** -'I'un. mi ni.,nc-i post - » -r 

Ad-.piv.hie-, .> facin.- Iho ,\r^^..y„\n\^^^^'^ npr^a \b:it :\me hy n yes^rn.^"^^™ 

But he WHS filed from, the job in Struelens was one of the prjn- 

.\ugust.. cipal si>eakers at one of the 

televised evening sessions of 

liie Project Alcri's pre-Christ- 

Prior to that he bad held posts mas week-long 


Information 
Rowan calh 
quarters 
.\venup. 

Slate Department files 
cording to the New Ywrk 
aid Tribune, show that : 


ar- 
Hci- 

' rue- 


loll : 


principal 
ning. 


address of the e\e- 


ihe Go:^i-jrlt" 
Program, part;''' 
I" 


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iEPC to Hold 
First Son Diego 
Sessions Jan. 9 

. The California Fair Employ- 
m e n t practices Commision 
iFEPCV i which usually holds 
its monthly meetings alternate- 
ly in Los Angeles and-San Fran- 
cisco, will convene for the firs' 

•time In San Ertego, on Jan. 9 
and 10. ■ -^ 

Chairman. John An7;on Ford 

"jinnounced that in addition to 
tlteir regular business sessions 
liie five com.nissionc'r^ will 
participate in a civic luncheon 
at El Cortez Hotel on^ Tuesday, 
Jan, 9. at_which thej uill meet 
San Diego community leaders 
and explain the' purpose and 
program 'o' the commission. 


-•■k 


i!) m 


of the FfTtPral housiii': lerfisia 

tion passed in 1959 by Con.grc^s. '-""i ; ■' 

The citiz'ns' commirtfe Ivis *• '■ 
been orSj'ani/cd^ to comply v .th^ li-'' 
the citizen participatu'ii Si.r-lq'ii'''i.''' 
lions of the Crlian P.enew'a! 
Manual, also part of tiie li* 
legislation 

When asked l\v the KAl^.LK 
"what ,piior!l>' has been gr.cn 
urban renewal and cijcvor*- 
ment" this \ear, -Yort,\. replir'd 
that "it was hard to. put" a jii i- 
ority on all pr.;hVems" fa .ng 
his administrat; 'U. l-larlicr in 
the conference, the Mayor h.id 
mentioned the relativity of pi i- 
oriiv to the time ard the pir- 


?.:.iv.,r ~.':(l hs riflire 
wi.ii'd ■ ' o lainiv be oju^n" 
■' '.•'■iicr:il 'ini'il;c if aiiv 
fr t ihe\' 'AiTc im; g,'i- 
' iir he:ii ai ,'' b('i'"c llic 

.■ I ■ir.IT.lltC 

ciii/(n< I i:;rti,i'ic.' met 
in II;.' M.iVi'i- s oUicc? a 

i.'o \'\'i>ii!r^ii,i\- mornini; 
■ ir",ir".' '::'^ .■ 'iril :""r; ing, 

:'iMr ' '.: :% . r 1 'SC \\ is 


Ni'gio 111 I>i)s Angeles is set U>i 
CaiiM) Hess Kr.imei'. ii) M,i|ihii. 
'or Satiirda.v .and Sundn\'. ,I:tn, 
I'M 1. -'The tones insidct and out- 
>i(!<' ol the I-. immunity which 
.r.,ike f r -.xi.-U . and economic 
d' tiiiii,\' uill be di-cus.->ed, 

rhc conference will be..*jx)n- 
>' ii cd by I he Men el Ti ''vinow . 
1 '.-ii'iip ct bii-inc^> fill, pioics- 
V.onal men. The theme of the 
conference -U ill lv^. ''HIueniMit 
I'-r a r,i^"fr 'i"o:ii"rrou " llic 

lie 
K. 


KNOUf.KIXiK OF LAW 


ant:-Commur>ist 
as secretary of the Contract ••srhool" that proved n financiial '''"'' ^'^ ''''■'" 
Proposals Commiitee: official flop and. that reportedly attract- ^-" ^ da.v Ii\ia- e 

an,a\er;ii;e of only aliout ^00 The Karmg.i 


r-t h iirincn f •!' the e\ent 
M.us and Olin 


n-a:v ' 

Til--.- 
iccic 1 

■Mit I .f 
"111, 

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II.' 


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tl;e ■ 
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pr. 


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x.liin- 

i.icir . h- c 

of iwo 

,\ ne\\ . o;m 

Wt 'cs 

: . :M/(.;i ]i: 

I'.ril,,!- 

111. ,11. iHi!':.- 

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ni 11 11 i • > |il 

inniii.'. 

;i(j:i- ''.:., .'11(1 

pr.!., \ 


t.i Dr. ,, T,au(.:-c!-.-c 

1 lairiiTan of ihe 

vif of the speakers will 

l^ircn Miller. William 


Til.. 

^i'tc 


v\^y .and It" 
v.rl l;;r, ■■ S 


ticular i.-sue. 

He did specifically nicr.tl.tn-^iiV'- M 'i tike ■ 
that the "CSC area in -cncr.d " if '.'ic fun'i- vvi 1 
and "Temple street he. .i^i.-e ,,f Ci, u:^,l ..-■ N \. 
the relocation of [K-.jpie fr..m comiiv: u\-rA ihe 
the Bunker Hill area " as two -ovrnvav n- - 
programs that would be iimler-i 
taken this year ^ i'of wb.cr, 

Yortv stated that the .iii/i-iis ^^i" *"'.'' 


I 1". r.~ com 
l..MHi(i at th 'i 
ills in\ent. :.' 

;1 h\ the iiT' 
: are f... 
I lie Fede, 


^iieldon S. 
N\.\'. some 

.\. <..rdi:i 
P. U.N.t; 
i . ,11 d. -oivi 

'»■ ^■■. 

I I'll "inc. .\n.\ . Tho'iias Weiivom 
l,..rfn/,) Traylor. Wilson Riles 
Wesley I^ra/ier. Williani Whi:c 
i' .11% Talbot, fli-Mirije 'Thom.i- 
and Leslie Shaw. 


X-Roy Survey 


in the Federal (':cdit I'nion; 
I hairman of the Pen.'^ion Study 
('oinmiltee: and chairman of 
%he important Hy-Lav.s Crimmit- 

He sludieil law at the Pacific 
C.iast Fniveisity and Soulhvvest- 
ern t'niversity of Law. and has 
'itilized his legal knowledt;e in 
acting as chief counsel in t)um- 
er.ms tuihiileni inter-u n i O n 
;i lals 

Williams li\es in Complon. 
with his wife, the fonner Dor- 
olh\' WocKison. of Oticago "and 
their f,)ur children. 


Freedorn Rider 
Benefit Set 
At Ashgrove 


people a day, 

<;i\en the VIP trealmcjy, 
.-omplete with pi ess oi'ifereiice, 
Sii-iiek'ns in his speech sang ijhe 
I^r.-i.-e-- _ of Tshombe and |iis 
staiinili de\filionMo the fi;j:ht 
against Coiiimunism. • 

One nf the backerj; of Sirue- poried to 
lens' pi'ivKalanL'a policy is Sfjn. l>orta'ion 
.iatT',es O, KasthirKl of Mis.^jis- him. 

ippi. Struelens is also supported 

'IV soiTie of the members of ^he* 
.lohn Hirch Society and other iuI-[ 
tra right-wing spokesmen. | 

I-;a>lland was among the siim- 

ers of a recent" full pace adver-' 
' -I 

iisemenf in the .\"e\v Y'lik 

Times praising Tshomhe ;f| 


lens set up his offices. Oct. L 
\')B). that Tshombe apr>oi.ated 
iiim as "personally r.'-[X)n<:it)!e" 
to himself. and_^i\e him 6 
budget of ^mim)^.c:\r 

In add:t:on. SrtueleriS was to 
get S12(K) jiionthly as salar;. . 
his lent and an additional 
pen»e< 

L'livernments 
royalties liioni I'nr.n "Miniere, 


Tuesday a week ago. 

Helen's Cafe, 2459 S. Atlantic 
blvd., Hs a favorite truckers' 
cafe and one 6f the last remain- 
ing beachheads east of the Rin 
Hondo where a truck driver 
nviy obtain a decent cup of cof- 
fee f r a nickel, a union rrjem- 
bcr stated. 

Commerce, in con.junctior 
with its Traffic Commission, 
has. p<istcd the area ".N'o Parjt- 

. .'ng Anytime." / 

The, Teamsters roniider thi. 
an unnecessary re s t r-i e-li on 

iwbich denies the truck driveis 
access to the cafe, and thereby 

[the [irivilece to enjoy this nickel 
cup of coflee. 

' The aOhO-man local is unani- 
mously committed to oppose the 

("unjust, unnecessary, arbitrary 

i '.N'o P:irking' restnctipn.'' They 
say tl'.ey w ill Vuptxirt .,th'eir op- 

! position with appearances be-. 
hue the Commerce City Coun- 
cil, the Traffic Commission, 
and the Calif.ymi.a'' Highway De- 
partment. aljj«ig with whatever 
additional ' airUon may be 
eflectuely insti'ireri 

Officials of 'h" City, of "Gom- 
merce weien-; axiiirabl'e for 
comment. 


.are estimated at 5-k,"") million a .\K(TIC M.VRF: 

ye.'""- _ Tiie Ani.c hare has the larg- 

Struelens' m^.j reportedly ha'^ est feet of -(in)- :r.cml')ep of th» 
been liftetj on I'fie grounds that |rf<l)!)ii f.i"iT,i]\, .iiccording to 1h«~ 
he Is en'-;:1l;iii'.,' in unauthor:7e'l N^.'ir.n:..! .\';' nr Liie Club. The" 
activities Authorities are re- liind feet may mea..»ure as much 
be contemplating dp- p< sev.-n :rfhes from :the tip 
proi eedih'.'s asain.si ..f t'.-e i ..-n :";! to the back of the 
heel. - ■ -i 


M tftiisli 


;n 


.^ A comrmtnity X-ray survey 

i-|Will 1)0 held .'an. S-12 at' the| .\ benefit for the i;CL.\ ?"rec- 

*l Si ,irs R.jsebuck & Co. parking (iom Riders will N- given this 


"freedom lovin::-" resist.ance j to' 
the I'nited .Nat: *n"< activity 
the Congo. 

. Rowan asserted iliat l-;iir.i 
[Jean inteiest in the Congo , i 
centered in Kat.anga "with iit 


Macnish 


In the ISC aiea 

the liisplaced people ■,, 
.iiMp:> rahle arTl suit- }> 


■ it. S. Verntont 'and W. Slauson Friday evening at '■ p.m. at the wealth'of miner'al re-^oun e.- f^nd 
the q.le,^tio^ avennes. on the following dates. '.Ash Grove. 8T;2 .Melrose ave- us great mining coniple.x. Union 


Whatever You Have to Do 

Do It On 

Western Avenue 

SEE THOSE 

COTTON BOYS IIQUORS 

RE. 1-1320 


.committee would "consult with '''I*' 
the people m tir^ are.i :ii whii1>--''" 
the program was li'MnL; iinder- 

jtaken to -ijet ma.xiinum home 
owner participation. " 

Y'et he noted. that many people ^ 
in areas under consideration lor 
renewal or rede\elop:nent arc 

i tenants. 


c|. >se 

s(.n. 

M.1M 

n 


dw e.iir' ■> 1 i-i--;. Of 

p, .ir'lr , ;p,j.in^ 

to !'i [lei' i-eiii, iir aKiuI 
n.in-whitcv ,ire involved 
..f the non-whiies are 


orclmL' to r>.- Pauline. O nue. 
borts Southwest District Hrownie 
ahiut health officei 
Ihert 


Mon.ia.v. Thiiisd.iv-. FiMav 
.1.111 H. ]1. 12. (roRi 1-ti p" m 
luesdav. Wednesda.\, Jan. 9. 10 
frf.nV 11 am. to 4 p m. 


McCIee and Sonnv 
Terry ar.. liie feajured arti>ts. 
The Freedom Riders are still 
attempting to rais/> their appeal 
lx)nd funtis. The Bruins will be 
returning to Jackson. Miss, for 
trial in earlv March 


Miniere " 

t'nion Miniere. he said, pfo- 
ducfs 8. per cent of the w..iitis 
copp<^r, fiO per rent i.f its c-i+xilt 



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RE 1-2379 


OPEN D,AILY; 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. - SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 


DON MAR CLEANERS 

WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT 

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CLEANED and PPESSED 

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Gpamic headquarters ci^ of the West! 


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limit, On« ♦-•r Cu^omer 
■ * • *. '* * 
DON <".AR CLEANERS EXCLUSIVE . 

PANTS - SKIRTS ! SUITS - COATS 
OR SWEATERS OR DRESSES 




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PLAIN 


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-THIS OFFER GOOD AT THESE 3 LOCATIONS- 

DON MAR CLEANERS 

1483 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. at NORMANDIE 

4800 W. WASHINGTON BLVD. at RIMPAU 

4630 W. ADAMS at WEST BLVD. 

FAST SERVICE * WE GIVE RLUE CHIP STAMPS 


Los .^ntcle«. center of Ihe greatest 
populatiofi surye in the naiiQns history, 
now is l.ii.ing on a new dimension as the 
d\namic Hcjdqu.irlcrs Cilv of the West! 

.Ample low cos; watet and power pro- 
vided by thi.- Lr . Anccies [■)epartmenl of 
^^aIer and Pouer have aided and encour- 
aged ti-'s unpresedcnted development of 
business, industry, homes and apartment 
buildincs in l.os Angeles. F.lectnc rates 
in l.os .Angeles are one third lower than 
the avcra-.e for the 15 other largest L'.S. 
tiiics wiuie water rales are substantially 
lower than the four other largest cities 
in { alifornia. ; 

F.icing Ihe challcngeof rapidly increas- 
ing waler and electric demarids in the 
nation's fastest growing major city, she 
Los Angeles Dcparimcnt of Water and 
Power -ourtcd by the citizens and cus- 
tomers it serves -rnet all requirefnents 
in the fiscal year 1960-61, and continued- 
to build ahead for expanding future needs 
by investing $58.5 million in additional 
water and power facilities. 

The Los i^ngeles city-owned Depart- 
ment of Water and Power, completely 
self-sustaining from its own revenues and 
imposing no cost or burden on taxpayers, 
keeps pace with the growth of Lo$ 
Angeles . . . aiding the city's risinc econ- 
omy .. .helping shape the future of the 
Headquarters City of Ihe West! 


FINANUAL HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ANNUAL REPORT 

During the fiscal year 1960-61, current revenues met all operating 
costs and paid for patt of the multi-million dollar construction 
program. Tiie remaining cost of construction was financed t;y issu- 
ing revenue bonds, to be repaid by future Department earnings. 
Here s what was received and how it was used: 

WATER POWER 

WHAT WAS RECEIVED 

Total income $40,553,325 $124,956,940 

HOW IT WAS USED . 

Foroperalionof the*ater 
and eltctric systems 

For interest on debt 

To provide for depreciation 

Net income (Total iniome less 
above three items) 

Part of net income transferred 

to general City governn»e>it . . . 
'Remainder of net income used to 
repay bonds and to pay part 
of construction costs . . . :. .-. . 

Besides current revenues, funds borrowed by issuing revenue bonds 
in the amount of $15,000,000 for potwer in June 1960 and $9 mil- 
lion for water In March 1%1 were used for the large construction 
program. 


22J19,025 
3.266.467 
7,617,691 

6,950,142 
1,678,000 


72,356.221 

8.597,397 

17,781,891 

26,221,431 
4,^1,000 


5,272,142 . ^1,230,431 


YOUR LOS ANGELES 


(This progress report summarizes the highlights of the 
Department's Annual Report. The complete report will be 
mailed upon request. Write Department of Water andlPower, 
Division 402, Box 3669 Terminal Annex, Los Angeles 54.) 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER & POWER 



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last cerrtain- 

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conjfjpctj.or 
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Jr'Jck dnveis 

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b'.this nickel 

[si i,s uhnair 
•oppose '-tie 
t\. arbitrHi-y 
l-uAn '"'They 
lirt f-h'eir op- 
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City .Coun- 
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Voting Laws 
Under Attack 
In U.S. Suit 


I WASHINGTON- - The De- 
pirtment of Justice last week 
challenged one. of the Souths 
time tested devices to disfran- 
chise Negroes when it filed suit 
to invalidate Louisiana laws 
setting up literacy and inter- 
pretative tests for \oteis. 

Atty. Gen. Roboit K Ken- 
nedy said the c.miplaint was 

■ the department's first challenge 
of the constitutionnhty of a 

.snte \()iini; lau . 


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STLDENT BODY PRESIDENT — Tom Nelson,! 
president of the student body at Pacific States Uni- 
versity, finished three years "of study in the College 
of Electronic ErTieerlng on S. Western Ave. last 
week, 

,-.( Adams) 

Student Prexy Gets 
Engineering Degree 

Tom ^>Ison m, a third generation Angeleno, com- 

■ '/pleted three years of study at Pacific States Univei-sity, 

College of ^Electronic- Engineering, last week. 

The n?\v B5 was the elected; 

, president of the 300-member sfu-lchi!dren, a boy and girl. He Is 
-it^dent body prior to his gradua- a parish'oner of St. Agaiha s 
' tion. Catholic Churcii. 

Nelson had attended -Mt. Car- 

mel find .Manu_ai.^ Arts High 
schools before joininK the Air 
Forre. \\'hile in th" service, h^ 
A\T>rked with plnctronjcs aiul 
picked up an aniateur radio op- 

■ eratoij's license in his spare 
time. 

WORKKD, STIDIKD 

After\his disciiar^e, h-^ went 

to.work'^at Douslas Aircr'.'f and ■'ACK.'=ON. Miss. - For tiic 

attended^ PSU while still em- ''-''■''f "''"''f' ^"^^i" Reconsiructjon. 

..ployed,,at Uousrlas. ^ Neero is runnin:: f'>r Con=;rrps 

■.Nel.sonsW^ir! he chose to ?o tO|f''"rn the State of Mississippi 

PSU. l->ec-'iuse he hnd heard ot' ^^^'^ Robert I,. T. .SmiTh. :'t 

. its reputation rs a -,wd en;i- "^ rcfiiPd p.is:.-^! v.nrkcr ani the 

neerins scho< I an.l had worked father of nine children, who i- 

'with stuHents att.ennins the ^''"in? everyone to recislcr and 

Western aventie campus. ^"'"- He says that if elected he 

He alsd said while at PSU, ■>^'" Pi'opose measures that will 

the small c!.asses. ■ reasonable ^"^S Mississippi "Irom the 

tuition, and instructors- inter- ^'^^om of the heap'' .m educa- 

c^t- in the students cie-'.ted ani^^fn and per capita income. 

atmosphere where "all were in | ■"'"''''h is runnins for Coneres:. 

-a fraternity to-ether.-' |a.^ainst Rep. John ncll Wil- 

He commented on the cosmo ''■'"^^ ''^'' o"'' ''^ 'he mosi 


I SPF.CIFIC (OINTIKS 

'>e\eral federal < ases have 
' en ^bi'Munlil pn-\ioii...|y ihal- 
lcnt;intr admiriislration of state 
\ nine: laus in specific (oiinties. 
Thursdays artioii -<i.x-lare< 
Loiiisi.ana's imerprclatinn test 
has been used to discriminate 
a.,'ainst N-ei;roes seekintr to rcz-, 

•>ter to vote and sliotild be de-' 
( lared unconstiuirional. I 

Under the test, it was ex- 
plained a prnspectne voter is 
shown a setiion from the .iOO. 
patre constituli.in and is asked 
t. inteiTirot us mcaniii:: The, 
government said ansueis .civrn 

)y the .Nek;ro«^s were luri^ed in- 
correct 

i Nam.ed as defendants n the 
suit, broui^ht under the Civil 
Riehtu .\ct of 1957. were the 



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The California Eaqle— 3 



Calif. Led Nation 
In Negro mi 



.WASfflNGTON -^ More l^^egroes _i.-i^,000 ofl 

then — moved tp California fiom. the South f^ian mi- 

Igraed to a»iy other state in the' imion in the decade 

fror 1 1950 to 1960. New York was a poor second with 

2'<2, XKJ Negro migi-anla from s'nithern states. T^e 

'curns came,fiom the Bureau^,"" '' ■ - 

*4 C M5M.IS. ^1 J D * k. 

Thp^auoncy said Ca|ifornia JUagC KCjeCtS 


was nearly alone- among \vp,st-j 
em si,-tes reportin;; a sizable 
.\eg y m Iteration . 

W; sjhifieton recorded 18 000 
new r)on-wh;i« 'resitlenls. Miile' 


Courtesy Titles 
For Negroes 

MONTGOMKRV, .\l;, ,\¥ the-. 
Ne\?tla and 'Ore-on received "P^"'"- of] the NA.AC-p 1ri.\l m, , 
G.iHKI tfarh .' :- I'w ..XUffl^v-'mei'V Couiii5- (•iii;;u(f;' 

On 'f v\. 'Stern si.^iv, ',\i ,/ona. Com I 'hcyf dn !>r. :■:, N.\.\irpiy^L- 
re-i-^ifi.'d a 10.0()0 decrease. 'iencrnl Counsel Kol)ri ; i ■n-W ':• 

■Nati|on\Mde. ho\\o\er, trie ivm-, '"''""'-'"■-'"'' ''i'' sei^'C'-'aici s^At- ?' 
uhile imigration \\asJV<,m_£ijLilbj**'f^ arraninnient in -th<- coUr\-,-;' 
lo north. I iXKtm and demanded thm the ' 

Hureaii officials said nearly''^"^^ couiie.-fr- lules applied to • 
1 J miUion Negroes left thct"*i'* counsel and \Mihe.sscs_in_ , 


DYMALLV (JETS AWAKD— Mer-vNTi 

DjTnally, center, is being congratu- 
lated on receipt of an award for out- 
standing leadership in the field of 
community service. From left: Wil- 
ham Bryant : Mrs. Ethel Bryant, field 


secretary! to the Mayor : Publisher 
Leon Wasnington Jr.; Dymally; Atty. 
Sherman Smith. The award was given 
at a "Young Leadership" dinner spon- 
sored by "the Democratic Community 
Organizatilons. 


Ala. Court Gets List 'Downtown 
Of Names at Trial u**d/5l-?"J® 


Is Picketed 


|.Sou4h durin? the decade, aboi 
iwo-thirds' of that total\he.idinc 

■ for the northeast and n6rth-ccn- 

' tral stjiites. 

I .Xcotjrdin:; 'to the report, Mis- 
sissippi was first amont; slates 

|lo>in;;/pon-whiie papulation with 
a totM of 1523.000, followed by 
Alabama, 224,000; -South Coto- 

Mina, 218.000: North Carolina. 

Ijot.OOO: 'ieorpia, 204,000: Ar.- 

jkansas. l.'iO.SQO: liyuisianti. 92- 
ttOU; Vii-Kinia, 70.000; Tennessee. 
r)7000; Hawaii. 52.(Xt0; V,cst 
Virgiina,' 40,000, and Te\as. 

] 27.000. ' 

States repc^ing Increases 1n- 


ohsqrvc 
H(twe,\-ei-i 


the_j:ecord-^ rnrrnTTod t'.) .Negro 
counsel and witnesses. 

.Tud^e WaltfT- B. .lones ruled 
that the rf-cular "cusloms and 
practices W tliis court will he 

ccl."l , ; 

Nc.:,'ro and a* Kile' ; 
reporters <^ovo.; in:: the ti i;i| s<'ft ^ 
unso^icKa'ed ;n a. .jur\- |-tO\ as- '. 
signed. to the piess 

Library Circulation 
Shows Increase, 

Circulation at the new ^!ark\• 
Twain Branch Libr'aiy has'in- 
rrease'd by mor*'- tlian Sti.OOO 


state of Uxiisiana. Gov. Jimmie MONTGOMERY. Ala.— A-total list of long-distance , Ten meml^ers of the Holly-i . , . ,,, . ,,^^ ^^. ,^ . ^. 

cock .',^,ke ,?':h .""r ''. ,^^';calls made over. the phone of W. C. Patton, prominent -^x' ^ac. Relations Bureau ^^S. S'^an^ZT^ New tT«^\ '''"''"" ^ 

iSt'e '^f- RebreSa^:: ,''C'^-'' ^'^"^« '^'^der. and the text of telegrams Lt to orlP-'^-'t^ '^^ ^^ Angeles thea- ^^•'^- ^^'^^^^«"- ^'-^ ^^^ -' ^-^^l 

'^:1A,:T:ThZ ■ '^.^ r^J^- -- -^ -to the court recor^of the NAACP'-,,f,rdaTatro;^^^ "" 
and ex-of- trial here last week, according to Roy WUkins, executive -Saturday afternoon. 


Cutrer Jr , director 

ficio secretary of the Louisiana isecretarj-. ^ 

Board of Registration. • I William f:,igerti>n. .public re- 

I The go-emor, lieutenant gov- ''"n'os man.auer of tiie North 


Miss. Negro 
Running for 
Congress 


vornor aijd house speaker are 
mcmber.s,of the hoard, uhich 
administers state voting regis- 
tration prcK-edur''''. 

Recruiting Stoff 
Increased at 
Airforce Unit 


Alaba.ma Pi^iri. t of the 

Si«ulh- 

ern Boll Te>[)i\one C> 

rcad 

the l.st fcin tile wiinc-.> 

Sl.l.lfi. 

It toc>k ii.ni more tiian 

Ihrc" 

hours to read the nan 

les of 

more t!i,in I'c.i telephone 

callejs 

on the' l^s' 



INT-MlI)\TION 


Wiiki 


State Revenue Department. 

A^sician Group 
Slates Meeting 


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politan nature of the sch^X)!, and '''^'d segregationists in . the South 

" " • " A l^.r 

'near.h. 
Sand\'. n^i* 


Td there were many foreisin '^""''e "f Representati-vec. 


and minority students enrolled 
there, t , 

UKRS F.I.ECTROMCS 

\ spokesm.an for the scho<)l. 
Richard . Pea: sail. said the 
school produced electronic en-:^!-, 
neers of the h::;hest calilser.i 
The faculty and staff, the equip- 
ment, and the. libs gre th,e.he-f 
available. ^*"it's up-KS'the stu- 
dents," he said. 

> Tom 'Nelson is going into in- 
dustry.- He said he was interest- 
ed in space vhirlc. eicctrorrtcs. 
especially circuit desien.He h^s 
been .offered several positions 
uith I'xal aircraft firms,, he 
said, , 

. Nelson Is married.- has two 


Drinks fr©..,^ 

THOSE COTTON 

LIQUORS 

WMtern Av«. at 35th>i«c* 
M T.13J0 


Closed Room, 
Heater Blamed 
In Man's Death 

.■\ ::as heater which buFned al: 
night in a mm's beiiriX)m in 
which there was ifi window- 
open was credited with t-ausmg 
i'.s death M.inday by asphyxia- 
tion. Dead on arrival of firemen 
who were summoned by his sis- 
ter was I-iddie B.,ii>lson, of 303 
K. ."j6th stioci. 

Pauline McGoe called the in- 
halator squa'd when she found 
her brottier. Lmci»n.scioiis in his 
bed about *5 p ni. She had been 
.tr.ld by som.eone on* the tele- 
phone that he had failed to re- 
[)ort for work the night before. 

Upon investigating she found 
him in bed with the heater 
burning. The time of death was 
set aflO a.m. Monday. 


that he did not have custody of 

the recoids of long-distance 
calls, and that he had to have 
the calls ronipilcd by einploy- 
.■e> who had custody --f li'c rec- 

irds 

It vKas also brought out thai 

KagerloM is the son of Ralph 

P. J-^acerlon. chief r>.\aminer of 

the .M;ib;ima State Dejiartment 

of .\(.c()unis. and the brother of 

likms. m a news r,.nfercnre r.t],,!, p Kagcrton. Jr.. of the 

f.ill'wmg the tn.ii. salrl be would 

.''.>k tlie Kedeial ( oniriiunica- 

S.'^^g; I',;!' .Miil\ih:II, i.-<.eiitly tiors Commission i,, rnake a full 

.'.elcomed SSgi. Peter dierkr's --c.'ile invsiu-ation into the rir- 

to h:s US .\ir Force I'druit- cuitisianrrs iirt'der \\hich *he 

ing Offi'-e at 1V)(::^ \\'.' I'i,--o 1,-;' -ind iiie 'ciri>rams were oh- 

hlvd SSm, Chc-'<es gnduated t.iir'cd The CJeorcia J.asler nranHi of 

fiom tiv At F'oro- recruiting Uilkm- s i.d I'.c was m;*king. the National ^Vssixiaiion of Neg- 
.,|-o,,l ,T;-,i v,;!i ho ■issii-ned to no .-hu-.rcs n'un-i the . ondu. t ir.> .Mu: >h;in-. Inc., wnl hold its 
the V.'rst I, ..\ ofhce. I •-■f tlie trial but e.\pres>e<i'--^rave reeuiar monthly meeting Sun- 

SSgt fherke.-' i?i' .-!s>f;;ji!-nent ronrern ' a'viut the reading into day afternoon. ^ J,-j«. 7. at the 
wT's with the T^'fifh Photo Map- the' court r-.'. .Ki of telephone residence of Mr. Lenard Voimg, 
ping Wing"^ Tiirner Air Force numbers and n.uncs > iJOt, Don .-Megre place, L .idwan 

B.yui^ Ait)an>. 'Ca There he -This- is a f.jrm of, intimida- Hills, pr, rnpTly at 4 :nO p.m. 
w«s ;:iven nume-rous t.-itporary tioti." he ^,iid. •■We'k'now from Featured rttpiday will be the 
duty {issiciirnent- m the -state-.e.xpenence m Al iliama and recorded muMc of American 
and oversea^. Some of his other elsewhere in the .South that Nem\> compostrs. with a gioup 
.issignmT.tsj mrlude a liiree when such information is made jf songs by baritone Victor Gra- 
vear t>i:r ill Japan, and duty in public NAACI' meml)ers andjham. Completion of plans for 
ica And Luinpe ith^fr foes of scv'reg.ition have'ihe local branch which has been 

r.-s'denf r.f I.ong hee'n subieited to reprisal -and organized just one month -will 

conclude the agenda i 

ft)>IPII,Kn BV WORKF.RS '^ ""- President Florence Ca 

(he/ Brantle\- :will preside, as- 
sisted bv Albert McNeil, rcgion- 
'app-ng 3, .ht^ec'tor. , . 

or con-p:rar\ at this time but \ 

wanted to "kr^iw if there h'ld . ' . ' 

been any \iolation of recrula- ''"6 tO Mt. Cormel 
tio.'-.s or jnvosiin of- const; 'in ion- 1 Steve Yovt," Mt. Carmel lead-' 
al I K:l>r>,ti) privacy and frecdo.m ing basketball scorer was 
of association. .Xsk^d jf the ..\s- named the most valuable player 
socialion intended lii prosecute, ef the Mt. Carmel tournament 
-file election of iip said its action, would depend of which the Crusadc'- scored a 


S. FigtJerpa street, ar- 
Jersey. 112,000; Florida, ; 101,- j cording to Oty Librarian Harold 
000; Pennsylvania, 77,0(>()| In-'L. Hamil!. < i; - 

diana. 45,000; Connecticut, 3l- 


000, and Mar>-land,' 36,000. 


Tiie son of segregationist, ^on. 


When Rudolf .Birig compioted 
a decade as general managei^ 
of, til? Metropolitan Opera he 


r the 

that 
.>;ec, what 


Caleb Peter.son, president of 

the organization. said tjliey 

were picketing the downtowTi 

first-ruh theater in . protest 

against the major Hollywocxi •^*"^*'' ^ Kastland', of Missi3-_1 said. "I prefer to remcmtlK 

studios, lieaded by Kric 'john- UElll!--'Js attend-ing an i.nte;n-ated"j happy things, the tKincV 

ston. for not depicting the P'"'^'^'* Kch'xir in Alexandria,' , vent wicll. Lr-i -rne 

.•\merican Negro nealistically ^'"^ ^ DID go_ well ' ' 

on the American scrccifi. I' \ '. "* ^ ~"~ 

Peterson, said the ^ietropoli-' . ' ^ 

tan Theater Owners called him 

at his home and asked him not 
I to picket, "because ft w))uld. 
I hurt their business." TTii"; group 
^of owners owns nine of the thea- 
ters in downtown L. A. 
Peterson said only fi\ e people 

crossed the line tlie whole tiitie 

they marched 
He also said that the gi-oup, 

would picket Columbia Studios.! 
inn (iower street in Holl\-wood. 
I Thursday noon. At ^1 ..30 ihc^ 

s-roup would 'also walk in front 

of MGM. he stated 

Peterson stated further that 

the Warner Bros , Ix)s /Vngeles, 

and State theaters in downtown 

L. A. would be picketed" Satur- 1 

day at 3 p.m. ^ , 1 


Macnish 


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SCOTCH WHISKY 1 

l^ery l'\g\)\. . . Very Luxurious 


^'''~~lJ BItnded 4 Bottled by Robert McNish&Co.,Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland 
86 Pioof • Webster latei lutional Imports • Los Angeles* Sole Agents 


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MaGnUb 


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Aireri 


Cberkes, V;^ 
tliree \.paT 


daugh'er r>»nna are now 
.ng in CrTrd"nn 


wife, harjissntent 
old 

resid- 

The NAACI' !c 

he 'did not chiri; 


WORKF.RS 

idcr '-aid that, 
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J. Pemberton 
Becomes Third 
ACLU Head 


NKW YORK- 


John de J. Pemberton, Jr. of upJm the rc-pijnsc received thrilling o\ertime 49-4,1 win over 
Rochester. Minn , as executive from the FCC and the determi- .'^t. Bernard to win the r own 
director of the American Civi^nation'of the A^.sfx :ations coun- tourney. 
.Liberties Union was announcedlsel on what step^ to take. | Teammate Rogcoe proctor' 


Patronize LAWRENCE 
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New owners of the 35^h & Main 

5 Min. Car Wosli 990 

Monday through Friday 
While you, are enjoying a tmoke 

• CAR WASHED 

• LPHOJ-STERY CLE/iNED 

• ASH Trays emptied 

• FLOORS VACUUMED 

• WHIt^WALLS BLEACHED 

LIKE.^EV^' ... 


Our Polish Jobt a re the Finest 
3515 South Ma1n~STREET 


last week ^ by Frnest .\ngell 
I chairman of the Unions I?oard 
of Directors. 

Pemberton will succeed Pat- 
ri( k Murpliy Maltn. who last 
.Inly was named president of the 
I Am-erican-o|perated Rol)ert Col- 
leges in Istanbul, Pemberton 
;«ill assume his [wsitionj on 
April 1. 

i A 42-year-old lawyer. Pembor- 
jton will become the third exec- 
utive head in the ACLUs, 41- 
year history. Mr. Malwi, who 
has led the Union during the 
last 12 years, was the succe.ssor 
to Roger N. Baldwin, the 
Union s founder, who retired as 
executive dn-ector in 1950. 


On cross-examination by 'who collected nine points in the 
NA,\CP .Atty. Fred D. Cray of I tourney's final game was last 
Mmtf'imery. f agerton admitted ' \e;ir's MVP of the .toiiimamcnt. 


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ALWAYS REMEMBER 

DON'T TRAVEL ANYWHERE } . . by Land, Sea or Air 

WITHOUT BUYING YOUR TICKET FROM 

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A6ENT PUBLIC RELATIONS | 

- Lowest FARES - ROUND TRIP + TRAVEL NdW and PAY LATER 

For Complete Travel Information Without Obligation It's . . 

NOW! Buy Your Tickets to Everything 
ALL SPOR'CS EVENTS ' SHOWS 
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AT YOUR NEWEST MUTUAL TICKET AGENCY 

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All 

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our Biq Sale of the Year and SAVE! 

Pay cash or as little as S3 a week pays tor SI 00 
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During the next 30 days: 1 

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top coats ...!.;...:.■...,:. $34.95 

top coats ...;..: S44.9^ 

top coats; -il..;..^....". $5'9.95i 

;top coats'...;^ $64.^5: 

top coats ...1 ....... $74.95 . 

top coats .....t: $84.95 

Buy any^uit or topj coat and get a $15 sv-eater or 
a $15 Hat or a $15 pair of Trousers or a $15 pair'cf 
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Now is the time to'get a new complete outfit and 
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California Eagle 


Loren Miller, Publisher 


The California Eagle stands for complete integration of Negroes 
into every phase of American life through the democratic processes. 

We favor 

1. FEPC on local, state and national levels 

2. Decent housing for ail Americans. 

3. Representation in Government. 

4. Adequate old age pensions and socti\ security. I 
5. 'Collective bargaining rights for all wprkrnen. 
6. Development and encouragement of Negro business 


We oppose; - 

1 . Jim Crow in all forms. 

2. Communists and all other enemies of^demcc.ai./. 

j \ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR OVER 81 YEARS 

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Civil Itights in 1960 


Attorney General Robeit Kennedy's 
review of civil rights gains in 1960 is at 
once a listing of achievements for the 
record and an implicit warning that the 
Kennedy administration will not seek 
civil rights legislation in the forlhcom- 
ing session of Congress. 

The record is a fairly im|)re?.sive one 
of j; administrative and executive jirtlun 
"thjt shines; the more brightly beeau.~e 
oflthe inaction of the Eisenno'Aer years. 
The president has kept iii.-; pledge to 
exert the moral ]X)wer of his office on 
the side of desegregation. 

Satisfaction with the report should 
not obscure; the fact that the attorney 
general, as a politician. h..s taken credit 
for all of the gains of the year and has 
slighted Vfte failure?. 

The most conspicuous failure was the 
r-efusal of the president to issue an execu- 
tive order prohibiting discrimination b>- 
biiilders and developers who avail thei- 
selves of the benefits of the mortgaj; 
insurance system in federally assist* 
housing — a goal that, by the pret: - 
dent's ov-.n adm.ission, could ha.ve been 
reached by the stroke of hi? pen. 

"The a!_;/::T.<^;>- general sets great ster.' 
on the fact that there was nr> \-!':l. i-- ' 
in school integration pro£:rams duiurj 
1960. That -IS true but that lack .st-'ins a.« 
much from adverse effects felt bv the 
South as a result of the Little Rock and 
New OHeins experience as it does froni 
goverr'--'~ni potion. 

It is a fact, as Mr. Kenmdv .savs. thai 


the government moved expeditiously In 
banning segregation in travel through 
Interstate Comniission orders but the 
situation was forced by the Freedom 
Riders and not by the government. 

The federal government lias acted 
forthri£rhth- in thcasea of vit: "■.;. topped 
by its late.-;t .'^.ut to invalidate a complex 
of Loui.siana law.- de.';i<:med to' b'lr Ne- 
groes from the i)-j!!ing places. Hne il 
dcjerve^ gr. h' cii'dit. 

The adrnii";.=t!,-if on al.^n des.-r\es a pat 
on the back for its a[)pointive [>f)liciey. 
M-any Negroes have been named to ntnv 
rosls. Tho.-(' appointments are imixirlant 
not only to thost' named to office but be- 
cause the'.' stand a.* s\mbols of the 
triumph of the democratic principle that 
:' citizen's worth is measured by his own 
•'iDilities aiic^ not bv the color' of \\:> 

Thi final truth remains tiiat the K' n- 

edy administration has leneutd on its 

;lemn platform and campaign promisr-:: 

1 .<5eel: new arid m-f'd( d le"i.slation in the 

■■Ad of civil r '::ht.=i. -Th. :-e are definite 

' mits to wbn' it crn'accoy.iplish without 

1 iws to 'mnlenifnt the Ovi! Wpr Amend- 

'■-'■ntp. Tho'-'f- lin^itf tion.s will loom ever 

'aT'^> >• ap t!'-' adminipt' ;'t;nn, comTilet"S 

' 'le monpme i;e o'leiati. n.s pernii.'-'.'-'^Hlc 

under' exr-tinr^ statutes. 

'^Miile we cumi'lire'^nl the inc'-ident 
•'nd the altorT'n' ^en^■^a' for^wiiat the\' 
^a\i' flon" we .-!-,oii!d iv,* l-t them foi-rf't 
t'ppt we evi, pt flir-'^ to ''i!'f'"i their- com- 
mitments in thf-fie|,l of leg-isialitin. 


Chief Porker: Alarmist 


• Chief of Po!i,-e William H. Parker' re- 
acted with'^ his usual violence to a 
Supreme Cc*irt decision u'ith which he 
did not agree, he branded the ruling in- 
validating Los Angeles ordinance.^ con- 
cerning prostitution as a "E^ill of Right.^ 
for Prostitutes." He .-cared the daylights 
")Ut of ordinary citizens with solemn pro- 
nunciamento.=« to the ef;cct that there 
vvere no laws jwith which to deal with the 
problems of prostitution and iro:-titnti , 
The chief '.- raging and wild statement.^ 
are common.jlace for him. He flew into 
r.a similar tizzy when state '.'ourts fcirbade 
the use of iiiegall>' seized /vidcnce./He 
demanded that the legislature restore t+rr- 
old order. When th^ fnif-d .Stat-s 
.Supreme Court threw out convictions ob- 
tained in state coui'ts by the us;^ of such 
?vidence he was Johnny-on-the-sput with 


more pi(,i.ii.L-:, s .ijf 'dnom and di.sastei'. 
Ill iaU. .le va'W.'d alnio.it every ,civi! 
right and ci'v'il libe'-iics d'-cision i/ i' ■ 
jia.st decade as evidince that criminals 
have tak'n o'ver governmi iit and hav.' 
wo'mi d the r way into tlie courts. 
J La.st wck's hysteria over the decision 
f-oncern!n,y orostitutiiin slith<'red awa\' 
|int() nothingness wh-^n the city altoincv 
I'Ointed ou: that thei'e were applicablf 
sta.te sta'uU'S that can b<^ used to vur- 
Irol the situation By week's end the 
chief was telling new.'-paiiei-s and the 
mayor that there are ' adquate safe- 
guards" in state law. 

The chief's intemjx'rate attacks on the 
courts come with ill grace from a man 
whose business it is to enforce the law 
as enacted by 'hi' legi.slature and as iii- 
teipieted by judge s. 


Outlawing the NAACf 


P'iue hour.- HifitM he liad fini.-^hed ht'ai: 
ing the sui'.j an Ahroarr.a judge was 
ready with a A'.nlien decision outlawing 
the NAACP iri his state. His decision was 
no surprise. Hie is one of A'ab'.ima's le-i- 
ing segregaticiii$:s who has attacked the 
Association time' and again. 

He is the same Judge who played hide 
.and .seek with the lawsuit and refused 
fto- set it for trial until orde red io do so 
'by the Unitrid ?^'ates Suprcr." Courl,. 


"When he did i set it foi trial he plojiped Crow system. 


Migrants Pose New Problem 

More ;Negr'fj|?s — ."oLOdO of them — 
migrated fronf the South to Cahfornin 
in the ten yeafs from 1950 to 1960 than 
went to any other state in the union. 

That number alrno.st doubled Cai- 
fomia's Negro pojiulation. 

These newcomers need jobs and hou ■ 
ing. Many of them are children of school 
age who need education. Many, perhaps 
most of the adults, need traininl^in skills 
that . will enable them to do the joV's 
that are onen to them. 

A sobering fact about this^ tremendous 
immigration is the fact that Calif omians 
have done almost nothing in the past 
decade to prepare for the immigrants. 
They've had to grope their way toward, 
adjustment to the new circumstances 
that confront them. 

The ten year wave from 1950 to 1960 


.■ dovvin m -{'Ar m.ddle of the Chri.stmas 
i.iolida_Vs. 

Of eourse. tlie As.soojation will ajipeal 
his ruMng and if past decisions are any 
■.;uide |he Supreme Court will overrule 
the obt-iously biased judgment. 

The ruhng is only the latest 'move 
segi-egationists who subscribe to the fal- 
lacy that if the NAACP can be hara.ssed 
it will give uo the fight and i-esign 
Negi-oes fo the tender m^rcifs of the Jim 


■-vas jii.st til.' beginning Our cnnsider-ed 
guess is t'.at more ihan .",.">1.0(X) will ar- 
rive between now and 1970. 

I'nl'ss ue do far more than what_we 
have done m the past we are going to be 
nlagued with a spate of new problems. 
•Juvenile delinquency i.s going to increase, 
the crime wave is going to spiral upward, 
illegitim.ate births are going to climb — 
not because the newcomers are bad 
people but because they are going to be 
overwhelmed by circum.stances beyond 
*heir understanding. 

Voluntary social agencies can't do the 
job that needs to be done. They have 
neither the resources nor the personnel 
for it. The state must step in. We sug- 
gest that the governor act by setting 
up a commission with money enough 
and talent enough to study the situation 
and find solutions. 


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— .M(J.\P.OVl A. l.ilHiia Tllis 

i^ the cily wii If niy u ;!»■ and I 

III :ili' our ln>l f!i>se-;il-h.in(l 
loni.i' I \\;ih .Mother .\frrra rlcar- 

IV l:\f ye.ir^ at'o. Then our 
Jii-i ;nipi<'>-!oii «:(-. iiiio iif dcop 
sJi. ik We li'lt rli.ii v\e h.'id nr- 
\i\ Ikcti "in lull, h wiihi so nnich 
ll'Niii h:irk«.i!"di:c>-.. |».)\.0|-ly 
iitid ili.-vor.';ini/ ilioti .Nov, Ifxik- 
mc ;it ihf .^.fiiic Illy liiin Ihc 
\ lie. .■ poiti' of 1i,i\o| in \.ii^\ 
;<iil Wi-sr .MiH.i. I r<-ali/<' lliat 
(.or iPipi <--;on l),id fipi'd <■■ <iL- 

, .;.i.il.i| Ih'i .!Um' oilf- Ihiilit ol 

\ ! ' '. \'. .IS OlM 1)1 to< 11^ . 

U .■ \>.,ii' I.Mikjiv^ al .Moiiiciv la 
iv.'h i-tiiiiuilii 
»'\»*- Hi ( II >- 
lo',.-,| ^,, the 
s ' 1 M d .1 r ll ^ 
o.' •; .. ••> - t;,' 
.\r !■; ;i .1 ;i n ■; 
(II. Ill I- - 1 . lif) 
'I!'ii ..[H' U hii' - 
flN All 1, a ijii- 
.Mr. 1,1 111 u hii '. 
iirar!> Ji mil- 
lion .\niorican9 
are hloixl reUi- 
tivps IS neith- 
er .\:iierkan ,ni>r Eui'opean; it 
IS Vesierday smmcling franti- 
oaliy Io catch Up e\en with Tf>- 
dav in ordi'r to have « chance 
at freedom TonioiTovi ; 
rvn.MOKK .VMl SKD 

T remarked . as mun h to 
(I'Mi'L-e Padinoi^ Miv l;|,ii loii^ 
h' ^> li'Uinr ri!\' 'X ..-It herj- .\ni,- 
ii!~-i!.'- P.I l.'i.'jii (■ v\ hi> jv, I vi'd 
. ra lii-' in- •:"i: ' al \\":isfiHiL'r s'l 
! ■■: a b !!'-di/;fi: voai - iini 
•, ..!•■ iiiiM-.m.ik of. UicwU lor 
!<,- ■■•iinli'. i\ tc airii-.i-d ^^nlll 
[ 1 .M iiin! l"A\,.ditl.'r.nt M^.n- 
ri'Vi.i look"'l !•• nir on ihi-" trip. 

ill' .iL'ired 'h.it ihi- vv.is only 
hi(;ni-i' {he r;"'v |h.is m'ow n nip- 
uMv .ii'.l 1 h. uiLi ij ani.i/iiiL-Iv , Im" 

|"\ I'll 'H' •! r licr ( ivc I h l\ !'■ .1 
lull* ! piM --pri irvio tlolll vOlli 11 
1.1 1 V liii.ilo' ".rii.ii '1 si-e and hear 
.!•■ I- -..!i e til. It lii'M \ i~,t I h,:M- 
'\i-Ciii vv^\j .Ml'uan i onrtri''- 
-vCii of thr .f 'haia I h:i\ i^ 
Ik-d the vii (■(•ts or lh( ir i ap.- 
l\ ,tirv. Iiavc liern driven iti' i 
au-ii\ couiiiiv. h.-ive talked 
"in :\!i mil I p: I'ler- unli v;l- 
^Idfii - an'd p^p anHiian' 
h.ive iibseivcil Ihe illl- 
p.ii I '■( V,iit:"-h. ..Xmeriran and 
Ni.ili iuIti\io-. on .\fi:ii TTn slan- 
i .1 ■-, ,ina\ 'hi Ciii'+K'rjn .onl 


\- 


r.'l. 'V-n^ on llie .\fra an 


T ;i - 1 M'.i- ;* 1 iip^eqiii 
.1 e l.a.ena i.-ii .'is-a -!a'.;i!an' 
):~-.l • iri/'d I oiintrv Imt ,i- a 
' .-t-^ ! ,.v. .n ■ r. ■+io';;\ tliat h a- 
n'- i! h. 'ilv h .ildirapjv il h\ a 
f ••111 I ir> -. 'ia-a-ii.a!! ot lt c '^■-. nr •- 
i.'i < l.v ti • ,i,i;-.,|e >v..i 111 l.iii- 
ol)e V. m' 'l/eiisied :ii I.,.''.i';ii 
he. a!-.i' xiie VI. !-• Il 'I : 'fVna i ii .1 
v, '-■■ I inr-?c.!i'd 'u • ni-c -^^iin. 
\ ■-- .1 V. 11.. i.j ..[ til... k [M-i ••lii . 
I -;e I ..' I'l la li' .'.v .a- a o riia'al- 
n,;\ o' ]H' 11'" of_ ■iiii/.,r.r thi':n- 
..il \ I V I.J ri\ |.f, .':,'■ Trlat. ni '.U'l 1 
('11 ..iiaiin' ■. i' I- u'ah a co"d 
!!■■ liii'' itiat I ji.i k '111- e\ ^■nir, ; 
!.ir I ii'i.rioiv . I :.ine to Frei- 
' .a, ii -a'lr.i ! .v ire 

III >.T. IIK\T. SMKI.I.*; 
^. a ii^.a' 1 [Wi'lon:ed sl-iv i' 
Mi iiii o\ la \\': ildi!' I>e a t ■ .iii-h 
.■Njii 1 i-nre !(,( the iivi"-!.i-lidl- 
■ iM- Tim 'he -iire'< are lietier- 
p.,\e,| 'he h.'h.lmu ^v-terii is 
mole depemlahie l}ie>i more im- 
fxirtan; huildiiiLS auj more apt 
to he air-eondilioned.~Hiii dnnk- 


ine vvaiej' niu.s_t siill he iM.iled. 
alwavs, and e^'iiit; oul-Kie ot 
DIH' <H' two reeonimended e..,- 
tablishmenfs is an enterprise for 
Ihp f(j<flhardy ^ir ih.ise \\ itli 
armor-plated inside- Once you 
are oyl of an eondilioniiiK-S 
r.inu'e. the Imm' ean sil rin. vou 
like a ll\ln^• ihiiiL: and smother 
you. .\nd Ihe [M'..'ple"s marke' 
pliii I's are wiird . .imhination- 
of noise, diisl, heal and smells 
tluiT Would drive an ..Nmeii.in 
h^isewife out of her nnnrl .nid 
;» . null ilianisi iiii.i a .<c re.ii!i:ir. 
. neii/v . 

ViM. lor ih. j.le wlio >■. ihi Io 
unilersl.md ihe hai 1 lei ih ii 
siami in .\fi ,• .i— niaiih" itiio 
Ti«iay -and v\|i.. ar.' ahle lo ai>- 
T^reei.iie Ihe ■.ami .\fiic an e.a.i- 
iS'in.itio'i to Miinioiiiit ihe-e li.e- 
I'lers, l.ilw 1 11 .and he:- 1 anl' il 
c il\- fnrniNli an exichei.' hiji:.- 
jiinL'i ijl.ne lor li\irninL' For herp 
. until' liieraliv yesii'nlav. ninriv 
t>Ar cPiit of the !)eople were: il- 
literate- and a .heavH n aiofhy 
are still n'lt elfiii lively literate. 

IJTTLK rV MTTl.F, 

• It has bfH-n our of that small 
flange of educated Lit)ei'iai:s 
thai leadership has had 10 
evolve and be con.sianilv re- 
freshed. It is here, in Liljeiia. 
that the aneien; tropical d -- 
e.ises hav-e ui.aile heavv or.- 
■■I lUi'ht ii^ainsi a people oiile 
vM.'akly ai moriil with aviilirn 
medical .'ind h i-pit il pi . .tc . 1 1 .e • 
.Villi hi-ie. i- a l)ii\ ■. ii>. 1 III;: ,n.' 
wall ■p.-^ihiy s-\\ r-ii]!;,,|i -I'l 
.[Ml , atnla.i r.i -p. Ii! 1 '1 .1' ' ■' 
i'^^eli-r'n-ihilil ti'- '.'.'iia- o'lai •- 
11' I'lia! or heailli ■ 'T, r. '.I'l-Jii, 1 !- 
11',.: and -ani'.a' i' in ne. .;. v. ill 
e.ii h .-U' k lip d'.iilii. Ill 1*. 
airaiiini if if vvi-re iv.elai'li' ■ 

Th.t- vvoii'd vei.;i. an '.iiii' ■--!- 
!■ e loh \. ,r an' ■' •> I'lii'i,' ' 10 
.•i!lemj.'4 1: one d'd.ii' 'i reii'iT he'- 
Il iw l.ihei 1,1 v\ a', lounii'''! iT 

or,.- had not "i e.ad i.i the ei ii , - 
1 il)le i,iii..iL(' -h rt^ n 1 1\ '! i' p. ■ 
Mi-er fiei'dnrei, v lin -.i'led h-re 
ne.irlv lall \ e,.i s ,11;., ■■' m 1 

■ ■ii'd like fill - uiuK i\ -'i ,ani-' 
ili-e.ises, foii'.:ni ■)tf h'M.ii' 
tiihes, cleared' 1iie trj-li .ard 
made tiny f.-iriiis. kept their 1 • - 
liulcjus f.iilh a'.;.iin-t !h( enirpf- 
tHioh of p.'i'^ani'-'n and Mn-Ieii'- 
l>m. and little bv liUle isiiil a 
!• e,. 1. ,ii,,i'_ nal •'' ii'ilii.r.J eai 
e'>i,ir,au'e anil di'J. ot loii. j 

F' 11' a [lenple , vidi this I, 1. :,- 
'.lioiinrl lodav s |'.h 1- a --in pa :' 
'liou'.-h -still a 1 1;., '''i one V < 
I'l li-ai n and ,i'l ifi' 'iloi-e " :• - 
ly :-hii 11-e- o! -.i\ a; - m J ir- 
V e-t(\l i'.i[iil li ]' .;- to ii' (11 1 e' 
.•'•l!:ni:i.ii,-.ir.ilion. of -.ovei i^'o i;' .1 
a'id. r>ii-.iie-s iipirat 1' Ml- I' i- '• 
V'. iden liiei.'H V ,-il 1 m, ''I-: 1 ■ 
I iirj'i '1 ftroniin < at 1 '!• 1 ■! I'e 
1 ii'lish Ian; ia.;e, !' :~ ;,. ;',i'. 
aiei ; ,aL;.iin-i -nlis . 1 - ,• mi c , a 
v I'h'ur .aid !iiir:.'i,ii - '.' ''i'e; 
■.\nd ii .V- to ke.'p p! e--,m 1 o'l 
• la- W,,il,i r..ink a: .f the fi,:i. .; 

.-^l lies ti.r , 1,11 ^a --. ii ie ii ■ 

:i»»i~t,an.e so loiv o'ej.iii" ae i 
onlv 11, -■ now bejinf; iiL- i'> -ij'- 
[1, ar 

'1 he t "nited Siair- 1,- . .11 ■..-•i'- 

1\- iiivevimi; '^T."i miihoa m a 

\i",' l.iUMai, This '-' 'ne t.e-t 

111 , » rf th.it a v<\\ 1 ' 'iai'i V - 

■m tlie m.ikiii'j. atiil 1 oii'.ii'i iir •• 

■ if -ueh hel|i will he 'he Ix'-I 

i;u.iraniee of lull fin d"m s 
emeicence oniUis cii.i--t ot.We-l 
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Loren Miller Says . . . 


iCnrinued from Fate ]' ' 
to tutii the other (dieek, Eng- 
land 'jot out of Iniha shortly aft- 
er World W.ii- II and after r^'\^- 
tiiiies of ofiyipalioii. The hard- 
he,ided Flench i',.ive up their 
Indian colonies vvilh much 
c-tumhlini: as 50^)1; as tlie Y.\w.- 
U--\\ left the etnintiy. The Portii- 
cuesf^ answered the Indian de- 
sire for unifii nlicMi of the coun- 
try with unexampled impu- 
H.'Pcp. They just sat where they 
w_e>e and let the world know 
they had no intention of leavntR. 
! m not ^n expert in such mai- 
♦1 1'S and I don't know how lone 
'h|. Indians should have w.aited. 
F'lr that matter. I don't know 
lic)w lone; Ainerieans would have 
liornp their wialh if. sa\', India 
had seized Ventura county four 
hundred years a^o ^nd had let 
ralifornia krww it had no inten- 
tion of evacuatinc the place. 
You never can tell about such 
ihiiiErs unless you tret^ trapped in 
them yourself 

no IT VOIRSKI.K 

It mav licit he ver.v sportinq 
10 say so but I can't escape the 
uneasy feelini; i+iat a part of the 
sense of outrage sprincs from 
the fact that a nation of colored 
neople had the temerity to 
brandish ils military might 
;!'.;ainst a European nation. Poi-- 
lu.cjal isri't much of ,a country as 
nalions go and if the western 
world had cared to use its mus- 
cle a little it could have eased 
the Portuguese out- of India a 
decade ago. That fact must 
have carried some weight with 
the Indians. They could see that 
noil^in^ was Koing to be done 
unless they did it fhemsejves. 

Anvhow. Potugal is out of 
India and is out to stay. Its 


tenure m its y\fi i« an c'TTTtiTe'S 
v^.in'l l.a^t mucLh lonijer. .soinj- 
of ihV^ people who are so muc h. 
wnrked up over what India h.is 
done to the Porlutuese haven't 
shown rnuih cc»iieein over Por- 
tilUUi'se slauuhler of us ..\', iiean 
loliihists and are i;oin'.: to he 
shoi ked when .African naliolis 
gang up to kick Portiiual out of 
Africa -something that is bound 
to happen in Ihe next few years. 

FAIR TKADF. 

Wliat ir all bods down to is 
that either the wcslerh wciild 
has got to pressure Poriugal out 
of Africa or shudder wmle it is 
chased out in the same \riide 
manner ihe Indians used. Por- 
lug.il is hanging on iiv fmce ancT 
it has IV) valid complaint. 1/ irs 
colonials meet that fof-e vvilii 
force. 

The only quick soluiion that I 
can think of -is that tliere might 
he Some merit in moving all of 
the N'euroes out of .I.ickson. 
.Mi.^sissippi. and ' ronipensalmg 
Ihe Poriuguese for the loss of 
t^oa by lurning that backward 
village over to, them. I don't 
knovc who would get the worst 
of Ihe hai-gain. But then I don't 
care very much; 

Luncheon Stop 
Called Tresposs 
By White Jury 

BALTIMORE - A lil.v^vhite 
Jury eohvicled four VAACP 
branch presidents and a wpman 
.iorumalisl. all of New '^rk. 
for "Iresgjissing" when they 
.nought service leionjfv in a 
restaurant on Highway W Kai h 
was fined SIOU. .Mlor.neys lor 
defendants wiU appeal. 




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Ala. Witness Cdlls 
NAACP 'Mad Dogs' 




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(Continued fjx>m Page IP 
'Miistly outlawed m thi*. V^y 
and Rhir>uld rijrnain so." 
I >lAf> DOTiR 

For tcxxi measiine. she added 
thejchtaiKs ahoin thieves and 

I m-iht'oai- ' ' 

■ in ;> piepai'elt s'.itemeilt re- 
li'i-i'l III till- triiiKt o! the, tii.il, 
^ I- ni'ia^ ..11 I', s ,> • To nil II 
'1:. ~ !• 111! h !iH,-i c nil oit .\la-: 
1 1- 1 '< 'lid i«' like tijriiiiiL; 

I'.i-i- a |,.i' K 'i| ii ,1'i do.t;s, I 
'.'i.:'l U' ■.'.illin;: I'l vpend evctvj. 
Iioii' of I", erv ve.ar 111 mhiK if \ 
1 .iii:! he![i i'l .anv v\,iv to seci 
nii'.th.e V,\A("P ,1? piisiitjd eul 

1 i! .\'r,ei 1, .1 to 'he shorli's of 


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whe 


liieir heiidciuar- 


In formation that no Mhar ottt-ot- 
5tat«. r>on-pront i>rgam«at<on 
operating m AlabamU had beeri 
required to regis er. Judge 
Jones .ruled that this infojma- 
tipn was immaterial and Irre- 
vuleni luilesg it was demon- 
stipaied ihai the other non- 
profit oi'L'aniTtaiioiif were er- 
eaeed' in liie same kind of ac- 
tivities as the .N.XAC'P. 

Urban League 
Member Drive 


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C-Uli 


iiai'el.^ ,. f f e r .ludLC 
•- M-rdi.t i \e, ulive i-eere- 
i;,!' W , kia^ ,iIiliotiii. Cii 
N \ \tT' .a'l'ii nevs w ill aik 
i iK'.e '1 ; il ,a'- the tir^l s'<'i) 
le it'li'-i! of the de.i isi^lk 
Tc "1 the huhJii^nr- ut, the 
i'l Vi.is Wilkiiis' leslijiioav 
■1 Hi:e.-'a.ii'inj t)\ ^^^A(•p 
Couti'-el Itolieit I,, 


Dr ,Cla 
■-lenei al ,^ 
r'r hic'ii' 


eiirP Cj, I.itileiohn. 
Hiairiv.an rtf Ihe l'-ti.2 


-eaeue 


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Cimpaigiij annouiK e 
'hat Ihefkiek-oft d, 
-ei f, II .<iinda.v . .I.ijt; 
have leqiiested from 


huniiieit chuiches that, thev des 


icinale .1; 
.Sunday.' 
A goal 


as l'r:>ali I.eai^ue 


>1ci'ed Di 


of five thoiisanU new 


\MI".KI.NS TKSTIFIK.S , 

W'lkais toll! liif i.iiiit ih,','' the 
\>^i",''i"n Jia'il ^i'rilfiu|ous]\ 
iil,e<.'d 'he ■■.re-trainiii::; iirdei 
.s.s].'fi I,', .iiul e ;!Iones oil .lune 
1. l"."'!' ii'vl h..K! aniL;a',_e(l in no 
iipe: .a' j, e.s m -li'tr. stiile is'tliC 
li'H' tiaa', "^;>e< ill? iilly. he JiowU- 
ed Oil', iiii'ii 1 ifiii',' txiitliii'ia- 
liiin, tliatthi^ X,\\(T' had soliei- 
ted 111' liiials or nieml,>er>J I'^HV 
iiii, 'rl till |iri. ■' .a:-,<. nor inain- 
t^iiia li ,ii!> oitii *• 111 Ihe si,aii' 
flu, p.' Ih.e ''rie.-.vi;'ij peraid, ■ 
• I ■' - >-i viinincal in As^t :.At;.v 
( li : _, I I or do 11 M.iiiij^ij.n.i Ilii 
N \,\i'!>' li'.iilM ileii,.'(^i iiill|ue:a)- 
i';:' '!'.e Di'pai Iment irf ,lii>ti, i. 
to ii'vij'iiie rr.a"' 'jf-viiie cafes in 
,M'ii en.ai on ilai .j'.isis oif the 
CiMl i;i'_h's A ■ «.>' .l!l."iT !.\tiv' 
(;•'.■' liobert !■■ iNenncdii .'■ he 
i'"-iilicii. dai no' nc ed -priHidini; 
I v , or assi-t.ip, e tronil 'he 
N\,\CP. P.emiiaird b.v ^IacllSl.ll 
11,1' '■■■•• ,lii-'ire Ivp.irtmenl 
w ,i~ f, : ipl; the S;,ci4' _of .\la • 
b;i'i,a l',.i....\' cii'li'iiiiinj . fj sue 11 

\ 


mr'nil>ers has bc^'cn s 


TUe t' 


;t 1 .eajue .i~ 


of yiian.v volunleei s t 
ihi^^ carlip.iiL'n a 
eha:rm;in ; ot lae 
('ampai.J'i^ 1 invjie 
lo' chJI tl)e t'rh.m 
liie, ,\\i'hnvier I'-d.")!!! 


il>er~r,ip 

i this week 

hiiv iwi'ii 

. JT We 

ovei three 


Little jiihn. 


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h<'!p itaak'" 

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.Ijlemhi'r^l'ip 

ail ill \o,| 

r;i;M!'- Ol- 
"aini vol- 


11,, leer voijr set v h es , o' 


poilii>T. c nmp,ii.rn, 
I.iltli'lohn. 


I'V.- 


Biided T")' 


I'li'iiiiinj . 1! 
r<'.>pondect! 


Vice Committee 

iC 'ii'iniieti friini FiiLie l- 
'h'' 1 oir.piittee stated 

Tec if H - Muriel!, p I'saieiir of 
ihc> anti-\'!ce conim ttia, said 
la.at a renewed..'^ I'us ide 'is be- 
ing '.indent l.akcn 10 iitiiir.n oii' 
the levwl a',''iviiie> in the 'West- 
ern aveiuu;. \V. .\dai;-is. Bioail- 
wav.and Crenshaw areas He 
said the campiimn w:,s neie^-.i- 
tiiti.'d b\'' the'»"llow- of open and 
disgraceful prosli'utio-| that has 
retiii ned to the di-tr ct fullow- 
ing -Siwcrai mcuiths oil caht 


scni- AV.lKins 1 
jV.JHiliI lia\e li'iix^i .Ml. ^l,•|.dJ 
'son. -that thev w mid have]: been 
keepiiiLr vcHl busier " '; 

ASKFD DISMISSAlJ 
, When ihe sta'e eoncludif'd iej 
'case on Fiidav. N.-\.\rP '.Xitv , 
\iihur n .Chores of Biiiiiini,- 
h.im prompllv moved disiiii-^sat 
f)f the icimplamt. asserling, llii'i 
Ihe slate had lailed to prove Us 
case and deelaline that if niiiir.v 
v\aii iwmg donee to ih^ >*ate. n 
was self-mtlicted ihroiVL'h 11 
own iuji ius in aiiempiint,' fo 
oust .a let'ilimate. Law -abidin'c 
orc.ini/ation. lie ' pointed out 
thai W. C. Palicw. former head 
of the X.\.\CP in Alabam'a and 
now "a field secretary for the 
.Nssnciatic^n. who had lieen sub- 
poenaed by the state as its 
chief witness, had cate,gor|callv 
denieci carrying on any XAACP 
activities within the slate since 
June 1. 19.T<; .fudge Jones de- 
nied the iLiPiIion 

The state eliarged that the 
.'Vssoeiuiion had solicited funds 
in .Miibania: h:id aided the "il- 
legal" Monmomerv' bus bciycolt. 
and had falsely accused state 
ofiicials in connection with the 
I'nivei-sitv' of .'\tabatr,a case, al- 
though ack'itrivvledging that 
these ichartres had beeti with- 
drawn.! 

MNKS- CA>irAU.\ 
The state allornev general ,in- 
trodueeci as evidence a fund so 
licitalion by tlie NAACP, a form 
letter sent out bv Dr. and Mrs. 
K. M. Taggart of Birmingham 
in a cahipaign sponsored by .the 
Links, national women's organi- 
zation, to raise funds 'for the 
NA^\CP last year. In his testi- 
mony. Wilkins pointed out that 
this was' a pno.ioct of the Links 
and not of the .I^ACP. The As- 
sociation had previously admii- 
ed that it had given "moral anti 
linanciul support" to Montgom- 
ery Negroes in their efforts t.o 
break, down ^segregation ori citji' 
biises.- 

In.. -exaininaiion of slate of- 
fieiafs. Any. Gray elicited the 


Apr KAI 


. to \\i 


OMFN 


The action pi-'itii an' w,is ih-- 
eused at a strategy conference 
held, last Thursd.'tv n (aolden 
Stall*; Mulijah Life Inf Co • of- 
fices 

The committee t-e\e|ii(>d pliins 
for a comniunitv-w 
iiieeting diir'nt' ,iai 
C.'olden .'state. .M a > 
Chiii-f-<»f Police Wiliiai 
Jucjge Thomas . 1 


members of the poll 


ComhiMiiity is 
Cool to Affair 
At Local Hall 


(Ci:nitinued from Pag* * ' 
person," for the aWariH and *« 
purchase Ticket-i. to tht banquet 
were sent out According to th# 
report several ministers; »ajd •• 
ihey were not interested in th« 
piogram if it -were held »f th« 
/loii Hiir Fellowship Hall whert 
!' 'is' slated to be held a\ 7 p.m.^ 
on Thiirsdicy, Jan. 18. 

■NOT INTERESTED 

Business and professional 

y>.-'>ple who usually nominate 
soiiipone Jor the . outstandinR 
minister, timber, choir directoi. ■ 
lavnian. .Sunday School s'uperin- 
tendehi. church secretary and 
oiLriinist of 'he year, declined to 
pa'Ticipa'e in the comtnunity 
stie.:ed eveiii. Oiher persons t',> 
he cited a' Ihe banquet are 
the dea,v>n of the ■y^at. health 
unit nurse, twelve • minisiers' 
'.\ ives and iwclve ministeis. 

Henri O Biyani. chairman ©f 
the .\wafds Committee, wheij, 
approached alx>ut the repcipl. 
^ald. "The jc.vaids bancjuei tliT*-. 
veiii vViis to have been o ir 
most- liuistiiiiding allahf.' .We 
ih.oiijh't ^ve roiild slimu'late, 'iie 
iiiii'i'*'^! o* ojticir gi'oups in con.r 
munii.v pi idf- We have To statt / 
somewhere ,laach .year we have / 
:r.,ele the people at the Beveily ; 
Hiluin ri'-het. and noiinne: ha» ' 
bt>ciT lelunied to'our own' c.om- 
I'cinn.v liijcizra'iini wi;irks bolh 
w.avs. If.Kve mal^ .>ome aitrac- ,^ ; 
live pl.-ices lo;, events in oijr ow"ii 
I'omn'iunn.v the other -pecipie wilt ; 
u-e them.! to.1, i ■] 

iH-ii.o (|:ntfr 

If voajdo not t>ejieye me." 
'ne went dn. "Jusi loi)k at our 
niizhi spo^- The fxisiiiessmer 
dectrieci iliiis was the year of 
dec ision and /we must prepare 
to help -bu'ld coinmunity enter- 
prise's ■' ■ 

.\ 'ihe., k of 'he file? at tti'e ' 
la.igle oflii p revealed that' la.st 
year aai'jiiuh evipp.is were held »t 
•••■e .Statlei:. Beverly Hilton and 
other prestige spots to build and 
fui'-nish aa amusement center 
second to none in our own coni- 
niunitv. ' • - ■ 


r 


.In 
hoi'i 

tod J 
life 

and 
live 
ad', 

vUll 
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Til 
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The ' 
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edu'i 
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nia>^ 
iuarv-' ,il 
t Vol tv . 
1 P.irkei . 
(;iitfith. 
commis- 
•< Sion and others wall iile inviied, 
Me;invvhile the eonimi'tee 1^ 
piepariiiL' a form lette • to wom- 
en's clubs lit the greater Los 
.Vhueles. HolivAvood.' Buihank. 
Long Beaeli and Cu ver City 
appeaHiig to the woniei for help 
in hailing ihe coiTstani flow of 
Caucasian men vv ho accost wom- 
en of a.ll ages and s iiiions of^ 
life in the affected arifas. seek- 
ing "dates." 

The comniiuee also pl.ins to 
reactivate its voluiitecr license 
eommiliee to obtain tl e licence 
numbers of cars driven by per- 
sons who appcfrently «c>me •iiilr' 
the district to make prostitution 
contacts. 

These "numbers are to be pro- 
cessed for names and aidresses. 
Another committee w 11 niaU-e 
home and business c|alis, tlie 
cotnmiltce said. 


"I think 1' s time we thought 
alx)atour daughter geriing mar- 
ried. " said Ihe viife to her hus- 
band, 

'■ "Oh, let her 'Wait until the 
fighi man comes,"'alpng." sag- 
^sted the husband. 

J "Whv wait""' s.qid the wife, "I 
c-iiiinr ' 


Freewjoy Crcish 


Killed when he failed 


CALIFORNIA 
EAGLE 

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'AXminster 5-3135 

LOREN MILLER 

Publisher' 
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Thursday, Jan, 4, 1962 
Vol. LXXXI No. 42 

GRACE SIMONS Executive Editor 
F.^ P. -WALLER. Jr. Adv. Mgr. i 
EOK^ARD "ABIE" ROBINSON 

. ■ Circulation Mgr. 

CALME RUSS Office Mgr. 

BAV AREA REPRESENTATIVE 
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Phone^EXbrook 5-15B1 
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to make 


a curve ox\ the»Pasadeia Free- 
way at Avenue .64 ea-ly New 
'Year's morning was Bcbby Lee 
Turner,, 23, of 1111 E. 112th 
street. 

The ear, going an estimated 
60-70 miles an hour, tuiashed 
squarbly into a tree, i pinning 
Turner behind the wheejl. 

ALso killed was Roiie Mae 
Clay. 30. of the same addit-ss, 
who was riding in the ivorw seal 

Other passengers seiiiously in- 
.iured were Clarence M. .'ohn- 
.son, _18. and .Samella Jlohnson, 
31. both of 937 E. 9L'nci street, 
and Albert Woods, 33. | 


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JESTED 

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t>)ly nominate 
outstindinK 
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fchoo! superin- 
^ecrptar> and 
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■e commurity 
c-r ppr.-ions !•> 
banqiie: are 
, 'year, htal'h 
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minisTers. 
chairman! of 
ImiTtee, .vslien 
the repf'T' . 
banquet th'« 
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roups in coni- 
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C'ear vve ha\e 
It the Be\r:lv 
nothint; has 
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ts in our ONvn 
ler people wH 
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[beiieve me." 

; look atrour 

businessmen 

the year of 

uist prepart 

Inunity enter- 

fites at «b# 
;-ied that la.>it 
were held »t 
p.y Hilton and 

to build and 
i»ment center 
iHjr own com- 


|e we thotight 
getting mar- 
ie to her hus- 

|ait until the' 
along." sue- 
Id. 
Id the uife. 'I 


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Church News 

BARBARA MOUNTS, CHURCH EDITOR 

Ministers' Work Praised 
By Lay Council President 

By KOY^JklAKTINDALE 

We are conscious thai the world is 'on the move '"^'"^^ ^° i'*'" '" '^p feiiowshijp 
today as never before. People evenvwhere are striving "^^^^'"^^^- ^'^^^^j"J^^^^"'^^^ P'"^ 
for freedom and higher standards of living but at thd ° ^" panne . 

same time are engaged in a fierce struggle for control ^^l^' ^"^'^'"^ ''■'" outline Uite 
of meri's souls. In our nation where fre^om burns the '^'"^^ ^"^ '''^ ■'''^' "-'^''^ '" 
brightest and living standard 


Thursday, January 4, 1962 The California Eagle-5 


iln'terdenom^inational 
Alliance Slqites Meet 

The Interdenominiational Ministers Alliance of Lo* 
■ Angeles County will hold tlie, first 1962 meeting next 
Monday, Jan. 8 at 11 a.m. in Wesley Methodist Church, 
1 52nd and Main streets. 

Rev. George W. Cofieli, the newly elected president 


uill he sealed at this meetin;: 
Msiiis-ters of all faiths have heen 


HAMILTON COM^nrrEE - This group of ener- 
getic workers at Hamilton Methodist church pose 
before a sign signifying they have passed the orig- 


inal goal of their recent fund drive. The 1962 goals 
of \h^ chi'.rch is -SIOOO per week to complete the 
building tirogiam of the church. (Adams) 


u ,^.- 


Christian Answer 

By REV. MAURICE A, DAWKINS 


rSANTAn 

MONICA 
NEWS 


xard during the second Assembly 


(C'ontinlfFd from la^t week) 

Rejecting the cry 
in 1954 in America ("An end vvitit horror is better than 
horror without end") a;id a].-i ncjocling the cry heard 
today in 1961 ("It is bctur la yield 'freedom than to losei 
life") Dr. Xokle too!" a- hi.- ?ubjcct "The Future is Now,"j 

and pointed to a thir.!. altorri ,-' ~' " — '' — "■} 

■tive to "fai p rcaim«-.in a ni^ ; .' a. iiiin stnrtly to f.X, letter and 
adequate ^>.:iinass" . .)■; 1 . cii" ^{)'iit 

\\hi('h Ij^m-- ilie si.aturr <.f miii! >unih.rt e.\p-insion of na- 
\\:i.) was errand in the .:naee ui'iionalisf and ie:ional Icnaltie.s 

_G(>d." M the whole human, f:imil.\-. 

The faith k>1 Chn^iiaiuls' i> I'rye nations to relinquish 
denied if ue yield to lici'patisni. iih.)sp aspect.s (,f so\eiizn pim- 
Th? world pi.'!iii-e is lia: k ar.dfr uhich are outworn and self, 
cannot be relieved i>y shallov; :eteatiii{:. rr_:e submisMon to' 
paniea«. V?;ir ti-.,- Ciiurchos (. in ■.itprnatmnal court. intornation:i'. 

■lake creaine actron n.jw. .^n-'raiio and commerce reguia- 
\ lee to refu'jee.s. m s.^ionarv pio tions; internaiiorial in.spection. . 

•npermg m i^vhnicai assis^rir., •■, ' Do not be overcome hy e\i!. 
education. r;ipdicine. auriciil- Ovri'i-rini* evi! with cj(X)d ! Ha\>' 
Vare and rommupjtv u(^'f:!re, a c urmon faith have a world- 
study and' iqfoi-mation (|.S-"pn'.'- '\s ide missio-i . have a .icpf)- 

■ nation should !« h.-iekp'l 

-?detinite <!iand for pea. e 
Take a siand I 


AM^ Bishops 
To Take Stand 
On Death Penalty 


hy — 3 e.niriL: 
. . .'ar;o<- 


and expanding fellowship 
- ?t11 fr 'ntiers of nation ■ 
a;rl clasc. 


NO tO.MPROMISK 

For the independence of f'lr- 
meiiy dependent peoiile. I.ei 
the people of Angola liPTeniiTTif- 
their own politicar future. Con- 
demn the .'•Vjulh Af.'ican inio^- 
■ tire e\pti t'-.,'i'.;ii cilUii-l'.ei '.\l:i;- 
dJa^•. fro;:i :i-,e>'.rjrlri c nr.i-;'. Kp- 
ftise to- con}prWT!;.-e. .^ini^.i f>r 
llndepenri^nce for R.hodebia, 
N%a»aland. Aleeila. 

.\f;ainsf any form of sesrp^a- 
tion Ijased '•>n race r.r color or 
ethnic oiijit! as hpirq ri'' im- 
pafble \\i''i the Ciir..-:ijn Hoc- 
trine of man 

Oppose p\pp; in'.orital r.iirjfa: 

explosions uithout imern.iiiOnn I 

consent or rontro'. , 

I 

REt.l l.ATE TRADE _„ 

Oppose tn.'h isola'ionlsrT! aii'1 
■ preventive 'Aar." 
SupfKjrt liMiiiati-.n of miltan 


( ;;\ 


HAPPY NEW YEAR 

by .M.\R<JARET B. PERRY 

H-is for IIF.ALTH atid 
~, HAPPIXKSS all through 

the year: 
A !s for A.MBITIOX and 

.\Gf:S dear; 
P is for PRAYER and P.\- 

'cii:,NCf;. 

P- IS for P I. K N T Y and 

HRKPAR.ATION: 
Y-is for YKSTERDAY to 

reminiscence 

X-is for NOBLK thouehts 

and XOTKs; 
K-is for EAGLE NEWS we 

quote ; 
\V- is for m.sPOM 10 RKAD 

'and v;riti-:. 

Y is f,,r Y1:aRN'TNG for 

FRKKDO.M coals: 
V. IS for KVERYONK to t'o 

to ihe POLLS:. 

IS for AVKNLES to walk 

vMthout fear: 
-IS for RF.SfLTS of ^a 

HAPPY NKW YEAR. 


are the highest, "e face rapid- 
ly increasing trends of moral 

decay and sofiiiess 
As wp app'oai h Christmas. 

in such turmoil, uith our hearts 

filled \yith f;.'nerosiry. isn't ;t- 

timoly that we stop long caou;;lr 

to recognize the leadership of 

the great group Uf Christian 

ministers that iiave dedi'cated 

their enure lives to the upll^ 

of humanity. 

By the e.\ample of their lives' 

and the . inspiiation delivered 

Ifrom the pulpit, they lead the 

! spiritual forces that make our 
MAV YORK CITY -» Bisjjop, nation strong to withstand: 
W .1 Walls, senior prelate, aodl'rends toward moral decay atid' 
titular head of the AMEZ softness. As" we lisfpn to "Silent 
Cliurcli. said in an intervip\\- -N'lght" ^this Christmas Season 
this week., that the question of 'p' us li^ very grateful for this 
whPlhpr his denomination would courageoiJs_ band of Christian 
co:iie out against capital pun-j'^'af^crs ' and their influence 
ishment. would be decided at ih.^ throughout the troubled world. 

Board of P.isnops nipptin''. whiih • ■ 

will he held in Birmingham. * ,. 

Aia^ Ian 10 11 Amanllo Pastor Piano, Vocal 

rbc prelate said that the ques- ««..-'.. , ' . ■ #• 

tion was too grave for him to Visits Mothcr, Recitol Sct Ot 

make^a pronouncement without 
consultation with the other bish- 
ops and other policy-n^iaking 
persons of the dcnominati'in. It 
1% to he rememlvred thd 11 
flenommafions have com,e out 
I for the al)oliiion of capital pun- . , , 
shment in the past four ven'-s 
!Iowe\pr. these were. Caucasian 
Jenoniinations. 



Hungdrian to 
Play Freedom 
Fight Benefit 


eludes the forming of civil 
: rights groups interested in figh^- 
' ing lor the issues which concerh 
i;other'people. '' j j 

Also in' the plan are items 

>such as: a citv-wide reviv^L V| A conceit for the ".Cause of 

,J jfamily service and .welfare prcj-i Freedom in Mississippi. •■'^ will 

'jgram ?ind testimoniaL expresirlbe played by .violini-t Duce 

_ r^jsions of commendation for minj-^Kerek-Jarto. at . \ei::hborhood 

i*;ters and laymen w'no have aci- Community Church, "i'li E.'-lTth 

complished a great deal in comt-lplace at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday,. 


munity service aside from theii' 
;•( pastoral duties 


Wesley Set to 
Study Rate of 
Attendance 


Mrs. A. Schultz Opportunity 


The Re\ . 


:hult/ 


with the 


of 


and Mis. 
.Amanllo. 


Wesley Methodist Church wil 
!inaugurate its annual CJiurcl: 

/Alten?iancer»-ogramonthefh-,V.3,.e hisff^rs, "concert 
Sunday of the year. Member^ jj^^^^^^^ ^^ j.^ ^^ 
Will be asked to maintain anm-l' ' 

lerruped attendance re cor 
through the Easter Sunday \Vor- 
ship. ■ [ 

Perfect attendance certifij- 
cates will be awarded all whc 
,i comply .with the request. 

According to Rev. E. W 
Rakestraw.. pastor ^of the 


sp.nt the Christm: 


ir mother. Mi 
at 5902 S 


Mrs. Lula Payne 
Dies After Being 
Overcome by Smoke 

i Mrs Lula I'avne. S4. wh'> 


}^' A. I On this first Siinday of 1962, 
fo.Kas. yt 4 I J ptn.. Ernest Lewis, pi- , 
holidays n„ist. will be presented in re-i^*'"'"^'^' ^^^ ^^""^" "s"a"y <=«"' 
IS ..Vrdella .i,ai a, the Opportunity Baptistrj""" o" through the year watJi 
Van Ness Church, 1112 E. 23rd street.!*^* attendance uninterrupted, 
a'^f^niip -Appearing as soloist with Lew-' Communion will be celebrated 

Rev. $ihuliz. is the pa.stor of js „„ i^e program will be Juliusiat Wesley -this Sunday! 

the Cartjer Chapel CM-E Church capsar, the celebrated tenor j_ 

,of .Amailillo. Aside from the vis- aj-ij,,! 

It of his mother, the visn was p^f,y Eugene D SmalKvood 
ftnade to meet for the -first lime 


Jan. 2L 

I Kerek-Jarto offered to' do 
j.something to aid liie sirijpgling 
students of McComb. ' Missis- 
jsippi who were expelled from 
Burglund High School because 
of their activities in the < fight 
for freedom equality in that 
state. 

The violinist offered .to play a 
benefit concert for the .cause of 
> freedom and the event will be 
held on Jan.' 21. The virtuoso 
at the 
a Hoijse. ITe 
''!came to Amer^Ha year^^ ago and 
^'has played m.ahv- enqagements 
in New York's Cprriecip Hali. 

Rev. Mansfield Collins, pas- 
tor. (t)f Neighbofhoivl Commu- 
nity Church has exten'icri an 
hearty invitation, to the Commu- 
nity to "hear this fine, free-, 
dom Ining artist " - 


a new,, daughter-in-law.: Mrs. ,his week that thp works of 


Bishop Jordan 


VI 


A 


FREEDOM 

impetus to development 
-.f a ( onmiun standard of mter- 
r.;!; on.'d behaviour. Feshion a 
witness to the world of nations 
■.h:i;i is unal:;:;ned wiih any 
(•■!;i:r-:i or national force bu' 
i--)m:T::Tt?'d to the promotion of 

peace with ju.sti.-e an.l freedom. |S"" f'^rmerly of Anchora.-e ani ^,hen -moke 
K.n.-oura:.;e budding of an opentf'^'rt'anks. Ala.ska was ar re-, mattress 


The Rev .Mr- 
I Son formerly of 


Zora H .lack- 
.XnchoraL'e aft 1 


pastor of the chuiN h. announced 

o "■■ this week that thp works of ^p/ ■ ■■ ■ 

Denies .Schultz who was, married Chopin. Dpbusy and Rachman-[l|0 DC llOnOreCl 

on Dec. 22 mov will l>e plased hv the pian- 

'•ve,i alonpat ir; F 'Kt strec '^^'^ wedding cerem.ony was 'jst who serves as t!;e minister 
died in f;enp,^,al Hospital at mid- ir'!:''-'"'':'... ''v.^'"''"',"^:. ^'.'^^'I'^f ^'^^'"'- «f Opi»r1unity. 
night I>>c. 31 alter bomg over 
(omp bv smoke m hpr 
Sunday. 

>Trs. Paype had been ill for 
sorne time hut was 'watf hi^jfj 


7"heatrieal Agent Sidney M 

Scnallmanh will sponsor a din 

William Dandridcp, of the I»^l jbis is the "first of "a series"^'' honofing "Bishop Frederick 

Iv.mp''"'^''"'^ ^''"■'^' "^ *? CMe'^ n^usicals to be presenterl bn^'/e''^^«!'^«',^'^^^''^a'-kHc>. 

Church. tj^e. first Sundav of each month''^'' ^^ and Hill streets, at 7 

Rpv. and Mrs .Schultz \vere ,his year. Thr" series will beJP "^ "^^^ Saturday, ^an. 6. 

flhie to visit a large number ofi^-gjip^ "Sundavs 6t Discovery."' Bishop Jordan who is pre- 


a church servicp on television 
smoldering 


the^r-f-iends and relatives while 
in the citv. as v. cIl as membpr- 


oke ftom .1 s,,..^.u.. I ...^ ., . , . 

,.,, jI. ... of his mother s church 

filled#he rixjm. A lamp ,, _ v^, 1 

• ■ . ., ' Hoix" Bapiist Church 

d the, 


New 


r.on-s WORLD 

^:•llpha-:ze thp political valup 
■>f 'woild ptiblic opinion and 
•v., .-1:11 piessuies as a coun'er- 
.\ei'^lit to cynicism and dp=pai 


Wests! de Forum 


-Gce'iy in every land and'cP"' visitor to the .•<:inia Mon-jfpH (,„ the Ix-d and fause 
ihroughout the world. 'Freedom '''^ ^"^^'^^ ofiice.-Mrv .lacksjnifjre. .she repoitedly, tried to 
!o (iitieize governments, etc.' f''if^s m.any differeiK es in ^un- ^^yp Fnmr- of her 'b^loncings 

ny California weather than the ^nd w.as overcome. Fjremen ar- 

year-round cold weather in ,-,\Prt and took out thei smoking Slotes Talk On PeOCC 
.\l:iska. .She Is now residing in rratlress hefprc it hurst int 
Rivci.-uie. and is a P^ychia'nc f],.,,T|f...; hut Mrs Payr.c report 
fpehnician at 'he Pacific State gijiv dif) not surv 
Ho.-,p!tal at Poiitiona of the smokt. 


Inspirational 
Discussion Set 
By Student Group 


Rev. A. A. Miller 
Laid to F^est 

Funeral ,^ser\ 'ie^ wjere con- 
ducted la$t ' 5artjrija>' for the " 
Rev. A. .-i.- :^Iilieit, 81 .' o!»*S23 
E. 90th sit-eet. w^hb dred Tues- 
day after a short illness Tlie 
[services were c.onducted by 
Rev. Herrn.^ W Murpi}!. 

Rev. Miller was associate pa^s. 
tor of -Grant AMiE aiurch. He 
was bom in Providence. R.I. 
and later • moved to Boston,'. 
Chiaago and Kansas City Kan^i., 
before com.ing to Los Aneeles. 

He joined the F.r.s.t- A.m'^: 
Church under -the pastorate .of 
Bishop Fred D. Jordan, 'lie 


siding bishop of the 8th Episco- 
pal Kstrict of the AME dhurch. 
has returned from a trip around 
the world. Hfe is chancellor ofjworked for the Pullman Com- 


Campbjcll College in Louisiana, jpany for 3S years. In 191'; he 
The school recently made news I retired from his job as an in- 
when it took in the students istructor. 

who were expielled from the! He is survived by h;s v\ife 
, , . '■?"r>:McCom.b. La. High .School. ' 'Mrs. Leola Bec.ham" Miller. 

M,M:'ed S,mon.^,v.^at.ended :^,;;;;:Su;h"lm '^c^^f a ^ViSW^Wi^^VVVWS^^ 


—" The student discussion 


DEADLINE * ' 

All news and pictures 
for publication on the 
church page must U*' in 
the Eagle ofHce nn later 
than 4 p.m. on ^londay. 


nhout the possihilitv of effec-i 

ive imerna.ional action. ' M'-^- .f'l' k^.n is a frpqueni 1 Funeral serviees udl lv> held 

vi-itor to Santa'Monica. visiting at 10 a.m. Saturday at Peo- 
hpr brother. Rev. Herbert Ward, pie's Funeral HonYe She is s'jr- 
asMst.Ttit pistor of Phillips vi\pd hy her sister Miy. Charles 
Clia'>rl C.ME Chun h. Mrs Martinez 
.Jackson oi-ganized ihe Firs' 
Methodist Chureh m Fairbank-- 

and the first NAACP chapter in HUMILITY 

Ala-^ka 


, „ , .the IWl Tokvo 
^''^ ^■^'''■'■Ic.nfcience arain-t A -and U-'^'--'-"^ "f inspiration in 

n.vmhs and for Total Di.sarm- TJiCiyKll'-" a' ^ P"^ "'^ Sunday 


'New 


U at 10924 S. Conipton ave- 


Finally: This troubled \vorld. 
i!^fo;ured and distorted as it 
■s. IS still God's -Worlcl. He 
igles and overrules Its tangled 
iiistop.'. Our confidence lies not 
in our own reason or strengh 
iiiit in ti',e p'wer that conies 
from C.'xl . . . We can therefoi'^e 
live and work as those who know 

that G,td reruns, undaunted by ^j^, ^.^^^ Gane't of 737- 
ail the arrnf_mt pretensions oC^^^^^^^,^..^^. ,j sf.en.hng the holi-l 


an^nt, as representative of the •'^" 

National Emma Lazarus Fed-;""*-- This is the fourth anmver 

eration .of Jewi.sli Women': 

Cluhs- is on a national speak 

ing Jour and w*i 


evil, ready tf) f-ic^ situations that 
see.m h-jpeless and yet to act in 
nheni as men whose hope is in- 
'rlp.-trtictilile ! I 


NtED HELP???? 

SISTER MARIA— Life ^ :der . , . Helo, Love, Marriage, Bud- 

n«u, lock or troubled Guaranteed help. 1819 Weit Adamt. 

Phone RE 1-4005 


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HOOPER AVENUE 4 | | GOSPEL CHURCH 

1318 E. Vernon Avenue 

Woekday Services Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 P.M. 

Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Preaching at 11 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. 

Rev. and Mrs. W. A Toliver, Ministers PL 1-6907 

BibI* School open to all 4 nights a week— Rev. Pearl Toliver, Dean 


davs with his relatives aod 
friends in Ashdown._Ark. 

• • • 

'Mrs. Mae Davis, of San Fran- 
cisco, has returned home after 
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Louella 
Allen. 


Mr< Lillie Cro^vqll of Birmingy 
ham. -Ma. is visiting her brojn- 
or, Mr. Will Smith, lT34;,E^la- 
ware for an indefinite stav. 


Humility is perpetual quiet- 
ness of thought. It is to have 
no trouble. It ''is never to be 
fretted or vexed, .irritable or 
sore: to wonder at nothing 
that IS done to me. to. feel 
nothing done flgaui>t .me. It 
is! to be at rest when nolxKJy 
praisps me. and when I am 
blamed or despised, it Is to 
have a blessed home in m>- 
self. where I can go in and 
shut the dcTor and kneel to 
my Father in secret and be 
at peace as in a deep sea of 
calmness, when all round 
and nho'.e is trouble. 


sa»'y of thf group. 

Rev. Bertha McCall Wheeler 
will deliver the message on the 
speakpr at the next Westside sub.iect, "Atomic Faith for an 
fMjrum .laji 11 at 8 p m. on ■''^''OT"': '^"^■" 
"Peace or Perish " ^^- ^"^^ ^'"- Tlerb<»rt Sullivan 

The Westside Forum will be ^^'''l '"'^'' rMreshments and in- 
iield at \h(^ Beverly aiateau.sP'rational music ' will be pre- 
7819 Beverly blvd. 


. . . vye shall alv/ays be grateful for the .tribute "tf dis- 
tinction for cur beloved — and the cost: was reasonable': 

IFUNERAL DIRECTORS- Serving All - With the Finest 
1201 SOUTH HOPE STREET - R.I. 7-9121 




VV%WAAftAWA^\^SWW;VVWiftAW. 


s-ented. 


ARIND.\NT LIFE rL.\SS 

Power thri>ugh the world 'will 
be tau:..:ht . by Dr Victor Wier- 
viUe at a cfass which will open 
on Jan. 7. at fiT14S .?. Western 
avenue. Tlte class is called the 

jPearl Wood at her View Park^jj^,„jant Life CTass. 

home. ne;it Sunday. Jan. 7. . . .• 

I'shers will gather at the 3r)29 

Homeway drive home for an 

afternoon buffet and tea. 


Rev. Mother Wood to 
Fete Ushers at Tea 

City Wide L'siiers will be en- 
tertained bv the Re\ . Mother' 


SECOND FREE METHODIST CHURCH 

(CORNER OF S4TH AN D .CI M ARRON) 
■* " - 1 ■ ■ 

Rev. Gerald Mikels, Pa.tor ^ 

Sunday Schaol- 10 a.m. ihurcti Services H a.m. 

1 Hour Sunday Evening Worship _ _ 7 to 8 p.m. Prayer 

Meeting! Every Weopesday Evening — 7:30 p.m. 
EVERYONE IS WELCOtVlE TO WORSHIP WITH iJS 


RtV. MADAME PEARL Sr.lALL — One of Louisiana-t Best Peychie 
MedfUR^i. Sn. can help you. •^^e tfPa t/ie truth in all mattert per- 
taining te bus-ness. love ,ind rvoiey. Varying donations. Readings 
by appcintr^ent only. Hours — 8 CO a.r>-. to 7.30 p.rn. dailyi Sundays, 
'0 15 a/". < 9 30 pi". Ifipw York, N. Y. (Sporlal) — 

659 EAST 2'iTH ST - 4S23 AVALO\ F. -.□. AD 4.?2t9 ' f"or the firsttime Science has 


Science Shrinks Piles 

New Way Without Surgery 

Stops Itch— Relieves Pain 


THIRD BAPn.ST CALUS 
PASTOR 


In the old-fashioned novel, the 
hero didn't kiss the heroine uri- 
til the last page. Now, he kis.ses 
her on the dust .jacket. 


NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH 

47th PLACE AND SAN PEDRO STREET 
.f . - 
THI CHURCH IS THE MOTHER OP DEMOCRACY 

R«v. H. Minefield Collins, Minister 
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 


/ 


SI 

St 


1 Rev. Dan McGrue. fortner as-j^ 
isistant to Rev. B. W. Wade of | 
Pilgrim Baptist Church, has | 
[been called to the pastorate of 
!ihe Third- BaptLst Church at 
'l'2in F -ll.M street. 


BsTKFt AMI, C!U!^CH 

1511 W. 36th Street Dr. Fred E. Stephens, Minister 

8 eTfS^ — "Saq r.:jng Ag3;rt" 
11 a.m. — 'Faith i;c a t,'jw Year" 
6 p.m. Vesper Server? — Youth Communion 
WED. 8:00 P.M -MID-VVEE'< :ERVICE 


WEtgO*<E-TXrTKE MT, TAftOa Ml5SIOr4ARY BAPTIST CHl«CH 
Where^ One Is Cfver A Stranger. 6612 S. Western Avenue 
J. Terreit SfewartrttiD , Paster E. V. FielJs, Church Clerk 

9:1 5— Sunday School; 10;4S— //crning Worship; 
5: 15-Baptist Training ilnion; 7:30 PM-Wednssday Prayer Service 


found a new healing substance 
- with the astonishing ability to 
» shrink hj-morrhoids, stop itch- 
I ing, and relieve pain - without 
• surgery. 

In one hemorrhoid ca.sj? after 
another,"yery striking improve- 
ment" was reported anil veri- 
fied by a doctor's observation.s. 
Pain was relieved prottjptly. 
And, while gently relieving 
T: pain, actual reditction or re- 
" traction (shrinking) took place. 
.And most amazing of all — 
this improve:' rnt w*s . main- 
tained in casc.^ V. here a doctor's 
observations were continued 
ovet a period of many months! 
In fa< t, resuit?were so thor- 
ough that suffereri were able 
' to make such aatonishing state- 


men'. ■• Bs"Pi1es have ceased to be 
a problem!" .And among these 
RufTcrers were a very wide va- 
riety of hcmorr'noid condition.s, 
some of 10 to 20 years' standing. 

.All this, without the use of 
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin- 
gents of any kind. The Fccret is 
.a new healing substance (Bio- 
Dyne"- )- the discovery of a 
world-famous research institu- 
tion. Already, Bi6-.Dyne is in 
wl io> use for healjng injured 
'tissue on all tj^rts of the body. 

This new healing substanc* 
is offered in sunpoKitnr'j or oiiif- 
mrnt fnri; called Prrpnra'ion 
H*. Ask for individually sealed 
convenient Preparatiion H Sup- 
positories or Preparation H 
Ointment with special- appli- 
cator. Preparation H is sold at 
all drug counters. * 


-- ^-^, 


HAMILTON METHODIST CHU!«:5i - 

REV. JOHN N. OOGGETT. JR , PASTOR 


H tie 


f. 


f,.- 


IV 


iia.ri 


.V. T .1. \.-\- - ■i-.i^e. .!•;.;.: w.'-. ,r Te, ■ 

if -III a in— ;i..*.h S 1f,-.jl for AH A^es. 
— i:e\. II..-. . --K* i.H..,- i'..nfitfiil,' llrli. 1" ".i. 35 ' 
8:30 p.m. — Methodist Youth FMfowship 
6330 SO. FIGUEROA ST. PLeasant 3-4535 


Bowen Memorial Methodist Church 

East 36th and Trini^y "Streets — Rev. 0. Dewitt Turpeau, Jr., Min 

■ Worship Services 18:30 and 11 A.M. 

Church School, 9:30 A.M. 
Methodist Youth (fellowship, 6 P.M. 


WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


t 




People's Funeral Home 


"Qhap^ of Tones' 


Your Friendly Instifation 


+ Air Conditioned' + Complete Funeral Service at Prices You Can Afford 
+ Complete Staff of Directors to^ssist you + Terms to iMeet Your Emergency 


2230 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. 


i '1 a.rn.^i-Churc'i S.-.n'.i"l 
5:.30 a.m. — I'hiir.^'' 
7 p.m 


P.ev. Jaiiifs K. Jories, Pa.stor 
iri"> ».ij^— .MorniftK Wirrsliip 


REpublic 4-1 56« 




tersj.-in.^/i 1,-1 6th C.ia'tp — .Afiulf riasses 
: -- Tth Cr.xde ThtouKh ("ollege 8r. 
Weatniinster Bible Hour 


MOMENTS OF DECISION — John and Vermya PhU- 
lipe will enhance early morning spiriliial listening with 
their Momehts of Decision bioadcast each Sunday i at 
6:30 to 7:30 a.m. over radio stations KTYM, 1460 on' 
AM, or KTYM-FM, radio 103.9 on the dial. To gain 
in inspiration listen regtilarly for music, philosophy 
and news. (Adams) 


Elder J. E. Steward 

The St. JoMph Gospel Tempi* 
Church of Ood in Christ. Th« 
place where soul* are blast- 
ed. Good Singing and praach- 
ing. Elder Steward prasanta 
signs of the Judgamant. 
Evaryona is invitad 

1 1 904 S. Compton Ave. 

LO 7-4543 



i 4250 So. Central Avenue AD. 2-7181 


fRff INFORMATION ...... Contact "CELES" KING, III 

4233 CENTRAL 

AD. 3-6161 
'24 Hr. Service 


BAIL BONDS 


-1 


6— The California Eagle Thursday, January 4;'^1962 



'Tee Time' 


- WITH - 


Maggie Hathaway 

California EagI* Golf Editor 



* 
« 


FRANK BUbD, ULIS WILLIAMS TO RUN IN 3RD ANNUAL MEET 


Frank, Biidd. who posied al'lis Wiiliains vviil join such olh- O'Bi len in ihe upcoming Iiui- 
sitnashinR 9.2 race last,year andier pcrforiiiors as Wilma Tlu- tatioiiMl. 
is the world's fasle4 human, dolph. Flalph Boston. /'^ Jim Williams, who is a lipshman 


♦ will t)e on the niarli foi - the Boatty. Max True\ and; Parry attendin 


third annual Los .\ngeSles In\ita- 


tional Indoor Jrack 'and field 
meet at the Sports^ Arena on 
Jan. 20. 

Budd, 


Gty Cagers Face 
Rugged Schedule 


Arizona State, stunneij, 
Ihe track world iHst sumnT^r 
when he triumphed in three 
slrait;hl major inteniational'. 
meets, winning tlip 440 against 
Riissia, Poland and Kncrland. 


Cancels Atinual 
Bo^ Classic 

PR.MRIK \I!.^V. 


iTos.ts 


^j'was set in 19?K tn 
t-****THt-***-***-******************-*-»if'Pat,ton. Budd was i 

The L.A. Open" will start jhel mi; on the golf courses in 1%2, '*'*'- ^'^ last- \ear. 
new year off with a bang. Thero I then don't miss the L.A. Open.' ^'eet Director lleri hoi .Smith' 
will be professionals from every iThey wear everythine but thel''fu^*>'Jnced also that 
country te\en Gary Player|kitchen stove. Two years ago 

^om Africai playing to \> in aiwp saw the wife of the ^'<^^ PpniflA VlPW 
portion of the S50 000 pc.t. president of JCC weannj;; her ■**■■•«* UPW 

Qualifying for non-exempted liushand's solf jacket over her 
players fn tiie Los .Vn^eles-"''"'''^' coat to protect it from the 
Junior Cliamher of Cumme-r e-^'Pather. In otTier \v,ords. there 
sponsored classic is set for Mi.n- '•"<' all sorts of surprises for you 
dav. Jan. I. at R.viera. V.'il- 'C y'>u attet]d the L.A. Open. , , , 

.],■'.,„ 1- .u T ., J II 11 , . . ■ -■ -^ spokesman for famed Piiiinei 

ynire. loiba Linda. HiUiTest. ■,. ^ . ■ 

■ • ■ •! nf» \ icw Collect- aiK'ouncod List ■ 

four Toilers Win :S-,turday that the Prau... V:.^^^ , 

The traditional prelude, Tlnirs-; _ .. __ __ ,p,„^^.| .,,3,^^ „^p „f ,^^ „.,,,„„.^ , 

oldest post season footliall liowl'' 

Alamia! Arts Hish .S.ho,>rs '-ai'ies, has been cancelled fjir;,, 

Ranchosolfcour.se. f"^'''^«" "^''"' ^hi-h . defeated IS*?- because of small crowds.' 

Bi.inin?;ham l.'l-ti>-0 ti) win the Tlie Bou I game has t>een •■ 
Defending champin.n is talent 1.1 

ed Bnb Goalb>. who I'sed last 
years vi<to:\v as a spi'i'iL; h,«rd 
to his l)esl sp:isr>n on thc^ PG.\ 

tourament tr;'..i!. He wound up ,, „. „ „ ,,, ,,.,,.j ,,.,„,- . .^, 

„ , , ' ! .iNe s wc-.p .Mu.iiacl .lones.- The srmkesiirin 

Sth on the monoN-nakms lis;, , „ — ., . ,,,.,„. n,. , sp..KPsm.in 

... K,um\ ^'■'- ^^ • r^rks. tackle. Or- that as a result of small crouds 

^ ' * ■■ ,,..j,.,-v,,n„, guard; and llarn funds were short which resulted 


* 

* ti 

* Budd. /a senioi- at ;^'i!lario\a, 

Jhaminered a tenth of'* a second Los Angeles City hl^di scIkk)! .\^ 3 prep he s^t a new' na 
*jfrom the lOO-yard re<-,>rd which basketball teams lace a hectic tionni hich school fecord of in 1 

' ■ H'SCs .Mel ■siretth run" when t[i'nr return fo,- the 440 The mark ««•= eqoa''" 

ibeaien in from Christmas vacation and a ,„ the best recorded in the iia 

,ihiee-week competitive ia.voff ,j^^ yj] yp^,.^ [.,.,„, 

to resume their league laces _"_ . _ _ » Gani; 

Comptons o" ^''•i'^«> • J^" 


No. 2 Ranking 
-featherweight- 
Bbws^i- Olympic 


The bl;-.npic Audilorium's 



RACING 


WITH 


George Ramsey 


RAMSEY 


vilest li.slic attraction will, be held 
'KtH-lav, .l.ii; li: and \\;11 feal;ne 
h 


!i!\ ret,n?"o 


.s;ii-ii- l;.-)- 


no- , f c 


Giants, Packers 


pound 


.'^ANTA AMTA - Top featuroi •^"^'r'-- '" ^"-J"''' T-^i.at Ar, 

.,1. ■'/ ! •! .-uid j;p:i.h ) 

this .Saturday'. Jan, h. is liirl <\\x\ \\i't\ 
■^.^ sriO.OOil added ;<.in Carlos H.n-. , \; -k-. m T!..\ w R»a,iy for tl^e 

' dic.ip. one of "fhe premier s|)ijrij '■' ' i I 

OS s maichcd \'.,'h l.ddie events in the nation for oldciti,|,-^,J'-;^||''-'- i"'^'^-*'. '-""k oui.ifor. 
Ifl-rouiider' at 130 handicap ^ performer. This outJ vi.;k't o.vll.xn't ' 
standinu raee is 7 fuiMon^s. and ■"'" 


in a 


' i.ii 


My loJiR.iliot 


■El Caballero and California. 

'S- 

day's pro-cclebrlty tournair.ent. /k||-CitV -KonOrS 

niU se^ the st'as^e for the rich 71- ' 

hole event at the loiv:; tout;h 


Folluwin- IS a rumiown of w.«...«, . »».«v. « Tlie v.-uilitul L.iim now ram- if "i^ '"rk is fast, look for a 

o-h .ea-ue at present. Cforc in PfO BaImI paiqns out of Slex,, o Citv Up new record. First j Balcony was 

EASTERN K...'s.-v«-li iT "i 'hs i#IUI9 III IIU DUfVI u. , j , . j n , , ' , the snrnrisp winnfV ,,f iho mn 

1 i,.-.i Hi ,i.a-i a Oh f..i ! I .T . "^"^ deleated lall the lop teat.lier- '''^ suijiiise VMimor i>I the JHIjI 

..wi, i.Mi .s.,niii Care i|.:i. \Vi!-' For Ifi pla\ers nf the P'aikeis weights t)f|r,\'. the border and -^"" ^"arlos. 

'•-n.!.l-'...it'','' 'r'-r'^''s'p.i.'.!i''* kV-' =""^ Giants eitihl memljer's also besled Alfredo Crbina, the HK.M'TIFCL (WLIKNTK IN 

,,1.- «ii; u s-..;,ii. (Jate :.• Uii- of each squad ■ Ihe season .Mexican ]ii:hf.\eijht ( hamji, bLD MKXICO Nine ti' kr-thold- 
: -..•!:;; :\iZ:!n:''n:ie.'':!T''l.'^'^'''' ^-^^ "_i'»' ;^'^' ^^nrtay-s ^.^_^._.^^,^ .^^^^^_^_,^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ,,,, ,,,„, h;,ndil.y,r>ed live 
.., W.Ls,,., .,, U,„..ev..>. .1,0, •! National F.xMball League rham--,^-^ ,,,_^^^,^... ^^^^^ ,h...n,,v.,- L "^•■' ^^ '■-" S.V.mI L'O, ea, h in 
-10 IM...I- pionship plavoff fjame at Greert ,, ,, • , ,'." ' 1, s„toiili^ ■; VIM 

,4-^1 V • .. ' llavi>\- Ml, -.IPS w^uJd V..'i.-poupd ■^'"Oii ii.i\ s .)-iii 

!t .ii .- , ■ "•''.'■ "'■^ fn.\\-r 1 c,ipp:ni; contest 

"' V': :: : ^^ "vich AlliP .'German and aides (■•" ■ la - -itie M' v.nh a sp,:,|<. 

NORTHERN-' I., o -.J,-. ,1 . , - Keii Kavanauk'h and Harlan ''"t-' "i" "^'^i' fHV'Hcd .lose Lijis 

... .M. OS all. i.-.-ji. K.ii;i- R'--Svari» of the Giants 

n,.I Hciiiiun- I .--'I -111 ev.-ti- . ^ • ,..,__, a ,,,....,. „__.', u >.*.. W'mninj horse's '\ere; ,\n"ei - 


.IV.W Kl. THIKK. Fit ai. -thfv 

i;\ ,M,[ .VXK, l..n» t+ip tra'n. ' 
\ li.Mii;,\l. .s V(),V.\GK. Mv Fi.p- 

I'lll-: \\l-; II Sii-a-' l.srn, 

'."\ri '1,1' iTD :.e\i .11, 


MARINE - l..rLi.in 
1 ■ : . I" o Sail . I''-'I 
It- "1r.1t ;;.tm*' "11 l-oi 


I St! 

puiJu ii.tndiJ 
Another L'.'i'il 


i;.\ 1.1. \" IKIKI W,i« 
I .1'. ■ ! i 1 11 \\ lift !■> wj;- 

-. i .1 i , \ T I-: 

!M. \ VI l.\ 


ia-t 


UnST, Was h mn 'r.f- 


"ci'y than-pionship 


also domi- pla.\ed each year since 19;iti. us- 

iriicd the .Ml-City team by tinlly pittmi: P:airie Vie\>.- Col- 
acini; four pl.fyeis on the 1961 le^rc asrainst some other lop 

souad. Ne'.;ro collek^e team. 

f^iNers vsere Muhacl .lones.- Jhe spckesman also slatei 

bar!;: Perry P?irk 

l.ando^ MiUe 


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SOUTHERN' .I.ff.is. 

.1.1:, 111^ a r[ir'.iw.t> fif It. 


aiKj 

receiveil a lonsolation award of! 
Harlan ""^; " '" "^'^r lavore.i .lose i.i|is 

ire bead- '-'^^^ '^"' '■'l"'i'h at the.Olyhipi:-, ' 

,',..iii ine for Los .\nqeles to prepare- Promoier -- matchm.ikei 

"■■I'' for the iL'tji Aniiual Al^,'5tar Pro Oeor^p Parnassus hopes to fill ■^f'' i.S2L'.Wi, Brother D. e a t 

Bowl.Garne .Sund.iv afternoon, his ^ remaininf .January- dates 'S'S.Sdi, Hau of Tricks 1 534'. R'e- 

14 at the Coliseum '•^■"1' ^'ars like Cisco Aridrade. -"^o^'rid iST.iiiji. Pieyed iS::i.<|i; 

Practice for botb.squnds starts Ballinp Turres |ahS the La- ''"f^ ••'^"'^"lu"-nLie i:S13.6ll ■. Sum- 


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. It will be quite mtc; c^i n- to,^v,.|K, i^oard -.n the Bi*vl^n»t beini: able to' 

see what Charles .=;ifforri. Ril! r-;,„,,f,ve!t s >tiKe t;.„-reii uas attract a top te^m for the Neu ! 
spiller. Henr> Baiibin and Wil- ^^.,,13:,,,,,, '^jaxer of thelVear's Oyy classic I 

lie Jefferson will sho^ii n'v,-,- that yp, -,•,•• In ei';ht, j^anies he car-' — '- ' 

ihey are free to join PGA. Too ,.,pf^ ^^^ hail I4fi times tor a 
had that Tec\(ly Rhocies will not, ]„.vard t;.-. in per .-arry while 
be there and he will be mis^-d.' polling up 1.467 yards, 
especially his fancy hats. .Sif-j oari.p,t m.is.scd breaking the; 
ford just called to sa.v' that he j ^,. ^,rin5, mark set in 1930 l\vj 
is accepting donations for Teddy 3j,i Howard who established an- 
who is seriously ill in a hospital; _.,ii.,, me city srorinj; record of 
one kidney, was removed and he i^.-, p^jn,., (^y,. a ^inRle sea.son. ' 
is imdergoing more^sursery t- q^^^^ ^,,,5.^ ^^^^^^ All-City 
try and save the other onc^pi^^^.p;., gre James Ixipez. Gar-i 
Good luck. Teddy. ^,^{^ p^^i; Takeo Yamanoto.l 

It will be interesting to see Bannin.c. center: Mike Hekkers.' 
who is goLne to win the %^>00 for, Birmingham. tackle; Dennis 
the hole-m-one. This is open toi. tones, Birmin£;ham. end: Ron 
the public. iBarber. .^an Pedro. liack:JRick 

If you are Interested in see-'Davis. Westchester, back: and 
ing \<. hat the ladies will be wear- Craig CordinE. Poly. bark. 
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I :.A, ,=:alurdav afternoon. Jan, fi -.Mth vorfente-Clay winlef ' mer nam wonHtne race hut was 

''■^""- .Sherman drilling his Kastern di- The .tiational TV fi-hl Satiir-"^''''"^''''*''' ''"^ P'^''"'^ """'• 

Mhuquerque. who placed 

and Norm Van Brocklinpairs R.^lph Dupas with Ga<- -*''■**"''• '^'^'^ declared the win- 


r.t,rn, >v|T'i l-'r.hii'i,t .HHfl .Mi'Ti-, \ ^ ,.,„. ,, ", , ' '. """ '•- ^nd 

-Ml- ,t.(i.iii .■.-■:) n>,i f,.cLte.; ■ nil jMsiDn all-stars at I >C s Kovard day comes from New York and 
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the Western conference squad .S 11 p a r R.iy Rohins...n-1?enny ^■■''■^■■'"'■^^' "^'^^ ^■''"' f^' "'"-'^'^'J 


us lilt; 'he Coliseum. 


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ANNl'AL IT'LI-ITroE B.\LL — The Auxiliary's ball chairman. 
Mrs. Otis Rene, second from left. and. Au.xiliary president. Mr.s. 
Na1!haniel A, Fearence. fourth from left, greet Dr. and Mrs. Theo- 
dore Jackson, left, and Dr. H. Claude Hudson duruig the Au.\iliaiy 


to th*> Medical. l>ntal and Pharmaceutical Association's annual 
Chnstmas formaiiat the I^)s Angefes Breakfast Qub last Frid^iy 
lught. (Adams) .1. 


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HOLIDAY FOK^m 

ical AssociaUoiis' ar 
Ball last Friday r. -^b*. 
A. W. West, \V. Bti 


Attending the annual Med- 
uxiliary's annual Yuletide 
■. seated from left; Mmes. 
Humphrey, H. H. Towles 


and H(>nry A. Talbort. Standing. Dr. A. W. West, 
Dr. Herbert Sheen and Henry A. Talbert. Mr. Tai- 

bert is western regional director of the National- 

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FXTURI-: MDPA MKMBERS 

daughte;:- of senior member^ .j. 
Groups' annual ball at the L. 


Young sons and They 

own at, the Tri- Beal. 

"Breakfast Club. Rene 


are from left : Joseph Howard, Jr., Louise 
N. A. Fearonce and Mrs. Fearonce. ^illiam 
and Nanc\' M"t]ord. (Adams) 


Tlu- p\i)f)ily pl.inncti annual 
YiilelKie Bail of Ihr .Mednal. 
Denial AnA Phannacoutical 
A.'isui ialion and its Auxiliary 
la.st Fruiay niE;ht in the briL^ht- 
ly (iecoraled I><)v Uncf'lcs 
Eiroakfast Club v ill poihaps 
Ik> recorded as one of 1lie most 
brilliant 41 ilie j^roufi s :!!->car 
hi.siory 

For tho-Jp altenduii;. the for- 
mal dance .ser\ed as the first 
chapter of a cay. and excitmc 
New Year's Kve celebration 
Aftor the arrival ol some I.tOO 
U'liests the dance took on the 
spirit of a ciar.. sized New 
Years K\e par1\ 
'The ladies ueie 'be.iuiifully 
attired in stunnini: ;holirtay 
creations of all colors and 
description and the males were 
equally suave in d.iik ev^nins; 
forma N. 

Peppy Prince's bi^ band 
never siHiniled t)eiter, as his— 
PMi-ic ti«)k the i;iif,is down 
memorv 1 oie 'o lisnt; ilicrn. 
one lioiir hcfove uoinr honip 
lime tri tlio Tavist, with the' 
entire dance floor crnvded 
with youni: and olii all in step 
w th the Intc-l dance craze 
•>^ Mucb credit for the success 
Continued on Paue 8 

Smallwood ^ 

;:ji ii.-,-'>y<*Ss&Sjr-:'^ 'S '■.''■ 1. 

^|I ail v o 1 e y e 11 e Car- 
penter's doctor ordered her 
into Queen of .\n.;els hospital 
anS she s doinc better, now 
Connie and IIuRh Reaty of the 
Bay area iI.os Cerrilos. and 
their \iew is something spe- 
cial. l)elie\e mei bad such a 
Xifias ueekend titne here that 
Ihey 2ail.\ dela>ed departing; 
for home: thc\ iiad their kit 
bat's and foreiLM car it rv>tti 
and Bob .\llcn s irlieir son 
Tonv had pre-Xmas toiisJectiV. 
myi. ^r>orolhy Razaf Ix'i ame 
Mirs. Charlie I.ampkin. 

ITeien Thomas, a lieart at- 
tack patient, is doinc splendid- 
Iv at home now Dartmouth's 
.lubn Simmons .Ir ti>ok a- mid.- 
v^eek plane to Manhattan in 
order to be there for New 
Year's weekend uHh his aimt 
and uncle., the "Fd Boyds 
'Kdithi: glohe-trott ins Ed u-as 
Continued on Page 8 



OL'T-OF-TOH'kEES — Many visitors representing some of .the 
leading places in the country attended the Medical-Dental annual 
Yuletide ball. ShowTi from left: Laurie M. Guntei^- former dean 
of aur»i^^ T'- **^ "^ »ow assistant professor of nursing at 


UCLA Medical Center: Albert tSunter. of Nashville: Atty. and 
Mrs. Charles R. Scarlett: Leon Harrison; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph 
Lomax: Dr. an4, Mrs. D. Overstreet Gray; Jim and Betty Seott. 
(Adams) , . 


Thursday, January 4, 1962 The California Eaqle— 7 



CLUBS 



FASHIONS 



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SOPHISTICATION— Beautiful W^- 
en in spar^vling gown.-; highlighted the 
annual. Yuletide' Ball given by the 
Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical 
Ass'n. and its Auxiliary last PYidav 


night at the Los Angeles Breakfasi 
Club. Charming .voung ladieb- entering 
•ihe dance ai^e Barbara Hill. Muriel 
Douglas, and Dbdye Evans. (Adams) 



KASinON.^BLK SKT — Dapper gen- 
tlemen and smartly attired women 'in 
their Christmas finery weie much in 
evidence when the Medical. Dental and 
Pharmaceufical Ass'n. and its Aux- 
iliary held their annual Christmas 


formal last Friday.' evening. Shown 
f ronrt left : Dr. William Chichester. 
Mrs.! William Chichester, Otis Rene, 
Mrs. i Harold Harvey. Mi?.. Otis Rene 
and br. Harold Harvey. (Adams) 



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LETS HAVE A BALL — President 
of the MDPA and its Auxiliary are 
shown looking bver the crowded ball- 
room of the Los Angeles Breakfast 
Club during their annual affair. Pic- 


tured from left: Dr. Roy D. Andrew, 
president of the MDPA; Mrs. Nathan- 
iel A. Fearon(j:e, president of the .\ux-( 
iliary: Mrs. Roy D. Andrew and 
Nathaniel A. Fearonce. (Adams) f 


8— The California Eagle, Thursday, January 4, 1962 


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Oxnard and Ventura 
County Happenings, 


By Frar£kie Nash Smith 


The Oilbrit Cathouns/iiad as 
thci;- C'hristmas Day. dinner 
jiici-: the Bernard Lewises. 
am'. Olis Sn"!L=; of Los AiifjeJes.- 
ni;l ii\M'ndolyn Hunt "and chil- 
ilrrn ijf ■ Qxnai d. ,Afte,r, diriner 
I \'n,-^ • '^m^^s dropi^d by for 
e'-"::! '- an'! other dolicanes, 

Olo.in Thomas ■ and Rosa 
I.e.vjs ard^dayghter were din- 
ner siiesls Christmas dav of 
th? Krn?st Morrisons, After- 
dinner sciiests were the Warren 
^T'^ntooth family and Mrs. 
^Tantn: IS mother,- Mrs. 
Smith, ^vh'o is visiting from 
.\r!zona .• 

' t'rid.Tv n'is;ht uas fi very ex- 
ritinc nnr' for the 21 members 

*of ?Oth (""nlury Oynx Club, as 
ihey and friends en^jyed their 
first semi-formal daSce, Club 
Kl Patio \''as transformed into 
beautiful Oiristm'asi fairy- 
ind. Net trees, covered with 
sparkling ornaments. dano;lin? 

"tinsel and soft liyiits, and the 
<oothinjr slraiTis of music 
ftnatin? from the violin pf 

. C.in^er Smock and her asjsre- 
cration put every one present 
in a very light and festive 
mood. Members loiked lovely 

•in beautiful cocktail dresses, 
each wearing an orchid. 

Gloria Thomas was charm- 
mg in yellow organdy. Dovie 
Lewis in white metallic cloth, 
Faye Brown in blue chiffon. 
Jeroldine Leight ven.' sophisti- 
cated in Rold laijie. Marj;aret 
Tatiim in beige nW dotted tvith 
gold. Elsie Johnson in A multi- 
ple colored creation. Marguer- 
ite Milton in: black lace, Mar- 


tha White ih black crepe. Mat- 
tie y\dams in blue, Elsie Kellev 
in uhito brocade with soft 
<rieen trim, Mildred Morrison 
in a new intriguing shade. .Tei- 
ri Mantoofh in a sheath of 
black .set off by beautiful (■r\s- 
lals whidh ; were a CTiristnias 
pie.sent Crom son Warren Jr. 
Harriet^'^a'ck looking charm- 
ing and graceful in black 
faille. Gwendol>Ti Hunt in 
black lace over beige., Patricia 
Goon in black^et over taffeta, 
and ^rexy P.uth f'lihson in 
aqua chiffon - this was a vi- 
sion of loveliness 

Many guests wcie In at- 
tendance from Ivos .\ngeles. 
,\mong them were the Bernard 
Lewises, the Gaston .Sanders 
and the Joe Rhodes, ,\l.so 
present were the Carol Clays 
of Camarillo, Mr, Clay tells 
me he will soon be leaving on 
Uncle Sam's orders. Spoke to 
the Walter Reddicks, Corzell 
Reeses, Barn,'ird Bro\Tis, th'' 
Hinkstons. Fr\ins, Johnsons 
'Parrs, and .\neta .Smith who 
looked charitting in black with 
cryst.als A'entura County wa* 
■ well represented by society's 
best. 

Snve|-af, after parties lasted 
until the wee hours. .Xmong 
them the Clinton Tatums, u ith 
evervone still raving over the 
smoked turkey. 

,\s the old year closed in on 
us my wish for* mv reader- 
evei^-where was : a verv h3p[)' 
and healthy New Year anrl 
your nevs, all through thc^ 
year. . . ' 



^^EDDI^G ANMVERSAUV — shown celebrating a belated 2Dth 
anniversary are Dewey L. .Sj>ann and- Victoria Spann, with their 
family. The couple married in Yuma,- Ariz., Sept. 4. 1936. The 
affair was held in the family's lovely home, 2923 Victoria road. 
Some 70 guests enjoyed the delicious buffet style party followed 
with champagne and cocktails. Cleo Jackson catered the affair. 


Mr. Spann is employed by the L.A. City Recreation and Park.-; 
Dopt. He is also president of the City T.'nit of Union Local .')47 
AFL-CIO. Mrs. Spann Ls a k)cal elementary school t<3acher. Pic- 
tured from left: Dewey Jr., pewey Sr., Victoria, Carmen and 
-Andree Spann. (Adams) . j * 



Continuecf from pg, 7 
fortunate to be able to leave 
,\frica in time to spend the 
Yitle at home in N.YC. with 
Kdith and their kids. Ellie B, 
Williams picked last Sat. night 
for her holiday party. 
DASHED ONE 
Lolette Davis., home from 
Xiiias weekending in Sacra- 
mento, Dr. Catherine Duncan 
Berry i' she's a facul'y -me.m- 
ber o('Ft. Valley State Col- 
fpge in Georgia! .was in town 
fdr part of The long holiday 
season. Lora Shackleford. well 
again and her usual blithe self, 
had a houseful on Xmas Eve. 
The Julius Holders entertained 
Sat. for the Ferdinand Whites 
• Charity). The Joe Orendorffs 
(.Mariam) had great luck sum- 
moning Xew Year's Eve-cele- 
brating chums before every- 
body dashed on to- other part- 
ies all over the place . 

The Twilight Bridge Club 
apd friends settled down Frid. 
evening to a party tempo at 
the Brinkley W'illianf«ies. The 
John Davises (Maheli threw 
open their arms and thejr wel- 
coming door to their best 
chuir? Sun. afternoon. Byron 
We'^ib spent his Xmas in bed at 
Sawtelle but is at home now 
and doing okay. Atty. Cora 
. Bro^vn is home from a week 
in Temple Hospital, 
BOX SEATS 
Dr, Bill O^ier winged I't i < 
Georgia to visit his ailin 
mother. Ann and Sherman 
Jones are busy showing th" 
town again to her parents, the 
Billy Butlers of Sewickly. Pa 
.who arrived recently. Virgimi 
= MorgcUi and her attentive Ai:- 
, J'orc* dream-guy (he adores 
Tier »o dam much I fail tp see 
how h».dinves his Renault for 
faring at her all the time' 
watched the Rose Bowl P; - 
rade In box seats along witli 
their hosts, Alma and Ches 
Washington. 

Billy Durosseau wound tin 
his local vacation arid return!> 
to his studies iri medicine ': 
Howard U. ; he' gets hiiJ d' 


Gompers Slates 
Father-Son'Nitr 

The semi-annual Father-. 
Night program has be, 
scheduled for January 18. th 
lemeiter. This is an activf 
which has become very pop' 
lar at Gompers. Its purpose i 
to give fathers, sons and fa- 
ulty men an opportunity to e . 
joy an evening of wholeson^ 
fun ►together and get beti 
acquainted. 

The agenda this year in- 
cludes volleyball games, a so- 
cial get - acquaint^ period 
and presentation of athletic 
awards.' The activity will start 
♦ at 6:30 p.m. Plan to attend. 
Dads, 


gree in June, Tony Hill Xmas- 
dined most of his very favorite 
people. Recalling Xmas Eve, 
the Albert Mc.Veils had ■■'■ 
large-order supper parly with 
The spotli!,'ht on -^^argar^t 
}".onds. The Duquesne Dickeys 
iJu.Ki are expectmfr their 
second i.hild; by the way, he's 
raising pedi:rrerd dogs now, 

Glady.s ^L^rtin in Tokyo ha'! 
'!-!<:• best New Year's Ese ye: 
when her si,>;er. B.irbnr.i 
Mounts,, and other dear ones 
here, talked wi'h vfa trans- 
oceanic phone in a three-way 
hook-up, Carl Jones flew o>, er 
from 'Honolulu. Ray Mills takes 
a sweeping bow for hosting his 
most charming sitdown supper 
party alongside his crackling 
heanh. excellent companv, 
sparkling drinks, useful indi- 
vidual gifts for his guests. 

Registrations 

Register now for Elementary 
Review cfasses, grades 1 
through 8 are open for imme- 
diate enrollment - Mondav 
through Friday f, :30 to 9 V) 
pm. Adults interested in re- 
viewing your spelling, arith- 
metic, reading and wntiiv-. 
are urged to -enroll Irrim.edi- 
ately. Our office is open from 

9:30 p,m. Mnndav 

Kridav 

; AOai 



Medical 
Annual 
Formal ! 


Wealthy Memphis Socialite 
Marries L.A. Busmessman i 


To>)\nsends 
Observe 24th 
Anniversary 


.\ttomey and Mis 
Monroe Town.send. Jr . 
n;er Liiyan Elizabeth 


ME.MPHIS. Tcnn ^- .\al;.<n- 
ally knoun and wealthy so<i;il- 
ile Mrs, Johnetta Walker 
Kelso v\as married to Emmiit 
Oreans Hozay. Jr. of Los .\n- 
geles. Wednesdaj,-. IVc, 27, ati 
the residence of! the bride. 

The marriage ircremony up.s 


1 :00 to 
.through 

rvr:l 


performed by Solder Blair T 
Hunt, pastor of Mississip[>i 
Pilvd, Christian Church of 
Memphis, before members "f 
her family, ini?luding Mr. and 
Mis. .\. Maceo Walker, bri>lli-l 
er and s:stfr-in-lav, , Who w ci .^| 
ilie attendants. .Mr. Walker is 
the p'-esident of the Universal 
Life Insurance Co. and presi- 
Tbe phone.' dent of the Tri-Statp Bank ,of, 
1-7701. .'^lointhis and \sas recently! 


elerted to tlie board of direr- 
tors of the .Memphis Transit 
Co 

The new .Mrs.' Hozay is the 
uidolkv of the late Dr. Julian 
W Kelso, .wealthy former 
medical director of Universal 
Lite ! and outstandmg philan- 
thropist, and daughter of the 
late l>r. and Mrs. J. E. Walk- 
er ller father was the found- 
er o| Universal Life and the 
Tri-Sbte Bank. -. 

She is a past basileus of the 
Memphis giaduate chapter of 
.\lpha Kappa .Mpha Sororit\ 
and is a memlier of the .Mem- 
phis Chaptei of the Links. Inc. 
.>iie his recently been elected 
the first Negro woman to 


ser\e on the' board of directors 
of the Memphis Heart Associ- 
ation. 

The., groom is a Los Angeles 
husifwss man and the- founder 
of Aries Recording Company 
and the Ho/ay Knterprises. He 
IS ihe son of Emmiti Oreans 
Hozay, .Sr. of Portugal and 
.New Orleans. La . and the late 
Mrs. Emmitf Hozay. A .Navy 
\eteran and holder of the Pur- 
ple Heart ..he is an avid spwrts 
enthusiast and licensed pilot. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hozay will 
commute between Los Angeles 
and Memphis, where they will 
maintain t w o homes. They 
plan a wedding trip to Hawaii 
this coming summer. , 


LiJyan 
field, qi^P'i-^' observed 
24th miarital 


Vince 

the for- 

Mans- 

their 

ahniversarv on 


Christmas da\. The Tovin- 
sends married in . Brooklyn, 
New York, on Dec, 25. Christ- 
mas day. 1937 and for the 
most part of their 24 i\iarital 
years have resided in I^s An- 
geles, where Aity. Townsend 
has engaged in the practice of 
law for alinost twenty years. 
Instead of having their usual 
family anniversary Christmas 
dinner, thev uere the dinner 
guests of Mrs. Tommie Lee 
Ree\es. of 146.'> P". 23rd street. 
tJieir- friend of many years. 
They were also given a quiet 
anniversarv reception at the 
home of Mrs. Bessia A. John- 
-son, ]508 Victoria, also '^long 
time friend 6f the Townsends. 


1 



Continued froi-ii pg'. 7 
of this year's annual affair 
should be given to the two 
groups'young presidents. Dr. 
Roy D. Andrew. Assbcia'ion 
president, and Mrs. Nathaniel 
A. Fearance. Auxiliary presi- 
dent, both gave The bpll ch,air- 
^man and her committee unlim- 
ited support. 

Members of the Yuletide 
Ball committee were: Mrs. 
Otis Rene, chairman; Mrs. 
Jefferson Fowler, co-chair- 
man; ^ir.s. Jerene Webb. Mrs. 
William Chichester. Mrs. .Shed- 
fick Davis. Dr. Emily Dea 
and Mrs. H. H. Towles. 

Following tbe danr% after 
parties broke out like a rasli. 
Dr. and Mrs D. Overstreet 
Ci>ay entertained wvh one 
party at. their fashionable 
Baldwin Hills honie. Am>)ng 
tho.se attending were: Mrs. 
jnd Dr .\lbert Cun'er of 
Nashville. cMr. Ounter Is a 
protnirient mortician of that 
city: his wife is on the staff 
of the UCLA School of Nurs- 
ing>; Mr. anc^ Mrs. Rai«ly Lev 
n-.a-x: .\tty. and Mrs. Hugene! 
HalL Mr. and Mrs. Erne-t 
Zwper; Dr. and Mis r^. v\. 
Fearonce. Dr Gra\- and Er- 
nest Zooper entertained af the 
piano.-. ' 

Dr. Chris and Mrs. Taylok,, 
entertained i a group in their 
smart Leimert Park home. 
Xhose' enjoying early morning 
nick-knack were Dr. and Mrs. 
Ted Evans, Hilliard and Mrs. 
Hill, Muriel Douglas afr of 
Pasadena and Virgil Benson. 


Shreveport 
Donates 2 
$50 Checks ^ 

Th^e ?hrevcn,^rt CHristiqfi 
Club's- annual Chiistmds diri- 
rerwas a .success. Tur4-;py was 
served with all the trimh^c?. 
The . dinner ! was Jield ai 'k" 
?",-tithrul C e r. 1 r a 1 Rapes' 
Church 'oi-j tlst snd Hoove- 
■ The Revj. W. L. Robinson : 
the pastor. ; 

The highlight cf the evenuv"^ 
was a splendid program anrl 
the presentation to the NAACl' 
and to the .Stovall Foundation 
of S.'x) to each ' organization . 
The presentation was made b\ 
Pres. R, L. Hill and Vice Pres 
Ltila Redd,' • . ' , 

Music was provided by .Mis 
Laura D'dd and guest soloist 
Mr. Willie Wooldridge. , 


Adah Chap. 
^ Plays Sqhta 

Adah Chapter No, 10 of the 
Orfler' of Eastern Star played 
S.'</ita Claus to some 65 hnndi- 
cnpped children in the- annex 
of the Morning skar Baptist 
jChurrh, 13,'^4 E, ^Isf street 

I'be children were ser\-ed 
hot doi-is. potato chips, cookies 
and punch. Santa CTaus 'In 
pel sfin fiistributeq gifts •' to 
them from under a beautiful 
li.chiori c|iricim.:is't[-ee. 

Each child' w?i giy?n a 
storking f'lll of goodies^ Man.-:- 
of the, pSrents accnrfipanied 
I'v'ir chjliii-en t;-> the "parry 
.n:;t it was a "pleasurable mo- 
m^^iit for ihe members" of .\dah 
("Hap'er as they matched the 
children's' faces' f)eam v^'ith , 
joy and happiness. 


Luncheon Honors| 
Clara Nickelberry' 

Edna Hayes entertained re- 
cently with a luncpeon honoi- 
mg , Clara Nickellperry. who 
>ft the city to visit 'friends 
and' relatiyes •inj Memphis. 
Tenn. i 

Miss haves' jfashionehie 
suburban home at i03 W*. lllth 
pilace uas .the setting tor the 
delightful affair, "pi 

.\mong the guests were Car- 
olvn Devour and .Stella Mae 
BuiTcU. .Sirs. Devdar was en- 
route^ to Shreveport, La., and 
Mrgr' Burrell left for visit to 
Oajvland and .San Francisco. ' 

Mrs. NickelbcrrV, in addj- 
tlon to the delicioijjs luricheon, 
i-eceived many traveling- gifts. 
Also attending weire: Mmes. 
Rose Hayes. Lube eta Wafon, 
Stella Burrell. Queenie Smiiii, 
Miriam ^Johnson. CorineO-use, 
Victoria Lett and Mattye JLett. 


Holiday Brunch 


morhin?; 

Hoskir.s invited 

ladies for 


Last Wedne.sda\- 
Mrs Bame.v 
some 25 young 
breakfast to greet her daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Albnza Wilkins (San- 
dra\ home for the holidaxs 
from Moses Lake,. 'Wash. 

That same everting Mrs. 
Robert Robertson had a get- 
.together at the iiome of her 
parents, the Da\e .Arbors', to 
greet her husband, B<j)bby, on 
leave from the Arrtiy. and also 
her brother and sister-in-law, 
the Alonzo Wilkins^s. 


DIG! 

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..IDS SlTyVALt. lOiliDATlON — Membere o^ the Siyeygport 
ChrBtian Club are picturled presenting two checks of S50 each to 
the Stovall Foundation and NAACP. Seated from left: M. F. Alex- 
ander, club reporter, and Ida Thomas, secretary. Standing are 
Ernest Ashley, club business manager; John A. Jackson, executive 


director of Stovall Foundation; Lula Redd, first vice president; R. 
L. Hill, president; Jesse D. Scott, chairman of labor and industry 
committee NAACP; Mable Bradley, treasurer; and Loretha Gran- 
tham, chairman of sick committee. 


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No 10 of thf r- 

rn STa':- played i 

I? me.ti.'i handi- 

in the annex -^ 

Star . Bapt'st !, 

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letting f.>r the 

psts ^ve^e Car- 
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fvoar was en-^ 
tort. La . and 
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Francisco 
Irry.'ttn arid!* 
f ous -luncherm, 
raveling gifts. 
tvere» Mmes. 
[becta Wafon, 
kaeenie Smnh, 
I Corine Cruse^ 

Mittye Lettj 

runch 

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: skins invited 
■ladies for 
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■Phil Gordon Makes the- 


New York Scene 


PEOPLE! 


HAPPY HOLIDAZE 


BETTY HOWARD — When 
personable Mauvel>'ne Carpen- 
ter was hospitalized with pneu- 
monia Betty took charge of her 
, . , , London avenge home and thintjs 

It was ^.beautliul clear, crisp, white Christmas, the are running smoothly while 
holly was in view, the mistletoe was working, gifts wereMauvele>-ne is recovering:, 
in' abundance, turkey and all the trimmings, fruit cake hfxen HtMES — She open- 
and cookies were filling one'g nostrils with delightful ' ed at the Beachwalk in Kono- 
pungency, and good will and the spirit of warm fellow- 'ulu for a two week run and 


obviously 
the entire 


present 

atmos' 


ship were 
throughout 
phere. 

.'^o, need I say that we had a 


ijust killed them: 


now she is 

Inc.. Erlene Oolllnn, and yourslbeing held over indefinitely and 

truly. ;qetiing down to Bikiiii size .so 

■■ Shame on the others who were she can loll about on the sands'. 

Merry Christinas in New York" | invited, but failed to show. They! L.\ V.AIT.HN W.\TKINS - 


Like, wow;! I had gotten off 
early from the bank on Friday, 
completed my shopping for a 


missed a goodie load of grocer-jCurvy Les Beau Dames' mem- 

ies. On Christmas day itself. I her co<)led it in Des Moines. 

DoDo'and I were the sole in-. Iowa, for the Xmas holidays! 
last present or two. the Christ-; Bulgers of the complete works! joHNETT.\ ST.A.RKS - New 
mas tree was put up and deeo- at the dinner table: turkey. Yorkers are wild about the 
rated, the turkey stuffing wasl^lressinf:. cranberry sauce, ib- 
being prep:ired. gifts were beingjh'et gruvj-, hot rolls, broccoli, 
fancily wrapped, and the mgori pt-ange cake and coffee brandy 
of the Yuietide .Season was per-.'ce < ream. Yu:n, yum . . . 
meating the very air. ' Bf2ViEFlCIAL AFF-UR 

The Friday before the big day 

I attended the Amsterdam 

On-«he Sunday beforfe, charm- ;.\'e\vs aiuiual Christmas party at 

Ing Laura Prescott had a small, the Club La Chose, as a mem- 

but deliciousi baked ham^ dinner her of the Canip Fund .Affair 

for a f^w incnds like^L.A.'s C«immittee, and if was nice. 


PRETTY PRESCOTT SCORES 


are 
smooth browaskin dress de- 
signer and she is toying with the 
idea of., making Noo Yawk her 
home ' 

MA.YiNE GALFF - Terrific 
-Star-Liter had to watch Santa" 
come down tlie chimney from 
her bed: she was floored with 


near pneumbnta, hut Santa was 
wonderful to her ! ^y^ ^ 

class~^esigner and fine voci»list,lwith plentv of go*>d n»d ineedh "^f*^"*' -^^ "' , Southland's y^ 
Johnefea Starks. the new Na-ll sav more:"! Thnfs mv stuk! 'P,''""'^ lampmaker d.d_^ the ,. ^ - 
tional President of the Drifters,' With lovely m.xiel & mother. ^'"■'I'T' ,^''^;"'^"""-'' in TonV| ^ y 
— -^ r^ Kl.Mne Daniel. ,ar.rl « h,.<. „, my Tucker s PIayr(»m and rven|' ^ 

others. I m.arte the 


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tii« tUgant 
lining Bras* 
Iring Multi- 
T»h Varmont 


,^ , . , u . , mv Tucker s PIavr(>>m and even ' 

Daniel. ,ar.d a host of _ ■ „ , ' ,u u '.-, 

1-., , , '^.'^nta flipped over the beautifu 

lith .Annual . , . 

Dinner-Dance land a - New '■''\„^„„ ,....,.,.. „> 

v„.-' „,. , . • . . (ORRi.NJ. T\VIX)R Pretty 

\ears partv it funi.-'n out to ., , r^ ,-, - . . 

,„.,,,_ u . . > . w ifie of Dv ( tins bad a beau- 

-be. with favors, hats et ,•»! i of ..,,,,, , .. ■ , 

,v, v_ v^ 1 r. ij c- ' ■ "fii ''111 length mink coat 

the New \ ork B'Hld'.ng Service , j 2 

t',^,..! ,, „.,- -. Tu ID , ■ J dropped into her stockrng on 

F.mployees, at Tne Boiile^vard. ,- , 

''.vhere ac-a^n the gourmet: ron-!^'^'" m,,r-mng i _^ 

Tha 1962 Heart ?und.iy chair- „,bution' was a joy frui* ,•>! ^^^^^^^ -^"^'^^ - ■'='>' ''"' '* *" 
man for this area. Mrs. Loispreme. r!am bi.sque. pr,m4 rih. "'^'"^i^ '^""^ i'^" ' K™;'"» /^" 

announced the'^nd cherry jubilee. Therel wasf^"-^ ^''"* '^ ^'^'T" ^L"^ 
announced the _^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^ ,^ the restaurant b.z., but her Ch.l. 

Lillian Bri^.l and'^^^' "" ^^ Jefferson Is getting 


Mrs. Lois Carr 

Names Helpers 

^n Heart Drive 



Thursday, January 4, 1962 The California Eagle— 9 

'CHAZZ' CRAWFORD 

NOTES OF AN INNOCENT BAR-STANDER 

There was so much twistir|g going on when litUe 
Mister '62 bbimced in, we can't remember hearing the 
little fellow fnake his entrknce . . . the LEON BRAT- 
TON'S poured one on party-wi§e for the occasion and 
the guest were still straggling p at the yawning. This 

This is an annual "thing forthP| ^ ""] ;^"" ' '- 

Braltons and most of the greet-lus l|,st^ week.. It was a sincere 
jings between guests went some- gas !|Trtanks, ol' buddy! 
thing like "Baybee. I haven'tl Fct |io reason at all, we're 
seen you since a year ago lo-jremipded that MIKE COXNOLY 
night, .sa c'lhbn and let's twist ropofreil that at a recent affair 
awhile" . . LOIS <iAIXES.,E.\lSrH.\iKITT. leaned over to 
.NORRIS BOLDEN. WAVXE S.A>S YORTV who was seated 
THORNTO.N & his n>ORIDA.inearh\ ' and said "Now - that 
DOC .McRILE^' ^^ere among von're Mayor, .what are you go- 
thosp cnmplimeniing the hosting to do abt'ut my garbage, 
and his ama/ing loss of weight ' iConliniied on Page 12) 
The chap has been off starches — 
and .joy juice sint e Labor Da 

This scribe spent the earlv 
portion of New Year's evening 
with actress LOIISE BE.W 
ERS and spouse LEROY and ; 
has the pleasure of meeting 

I^^uise's very likeable dad . ., „ . . j . j .u 

,..,_, , . Due to contmued demand, the 

Just prior ':;;^^"rf;;y ^;f ni«de ..',joLLYWOOD SHAKESPEARE 
by genial TO.MM\ TICKER'S t-i.-e-rT^rAr„ ^ .■ *../-! 

IPI^VROOM. The Host of t^e ""^^^^^ P'°^"'*'°" "^ . ^^™- 

V. .. 1. L • L • |l)eline is running continuous- 

, Coast has a. rfcmping business as!, j, , . ... .01- 

,,,■■', , i'v every Saturday night at 8:1.; 

lusual. It .IS exitremely rare when _ • , t- , r » , 

,. , J, , ^ , ^ Ip m, at the first Los Angeles 

you find a riluh operator who ,., , ^, . ^Z. „ 

: , J r . ■ .'^liakespearean Theatre, 83i S 

takes as good ca+'e of hii j>a- o . -i' 

Itmns as TOMMY. He s our norn- TALENTED tHESPIA.VS 

inee for proprietor of thp t- . j , 

>i>. Featured in the cast are 

"'' I \'enr . 1 

actors from film. TV 3n<1 staue; 
A small group of lis soli()ereil ^j^rv 
up on 'Soul Food ' at HAVLEV 



|.loyd Haynes I 
in 'Cymbeline'i 


MK. TWIST - Thai's |x<liat 
the;, rail the inimiilabla 
Chul>h\<,Cliccker, t lie. _'() year 
old singing and "Twising"' 
SPiisati.on who introviuced 
ciaze. 


America's' dance 


"The Twist." Chubbv 
trays himself and sing? 
'twists' 


inrce great 
bers- in his. |;uest star 
in Sam K^izman's 


por- 
and 

iium-'. 
role 
Four 


MIU.ER'S 


Macbeth Carr, 

appointment of two unit chalr-> 


, ^ , ,. J . ishow. with LUlian Brimjs ....v.,,. , ,, . 

men to assist her In tha dnve|j,^, j^j.^ featured. But thei*^ """^f ."^.l' *!j! "T '^'""^ 

Fab. 15-18 to combat cardio food was where I was. Ho . . •i'^^i. " 'flJ^'.^'^^ 

....,,._ .j^ 'ii,..™ NELSOV SYKE8 — He owned 

vaacular disease. hum ... '.u r> t> 1 1 -^i j 

_ , . . Tv,i. c.h„v«.« th^r.^ ,..in V- 'he Brass Rail In Chicago dur- 

•nioa* who have accepted re-l ™« p^*^"^, l^ ^,'" .'^ing the Joe Lewts era: in tow-n 

sponsibilities for recruiting and^OP«" ^o"se at Mary Lout-w 

training additional volunteers r ^Continued f r om Pa g e 10) 

are: Mrsi* Clarkie Richardson, 

704 E. 43rd street, and Mrs. Ed- 

K-ard'D. Sparks. 9533 Grape 

street. 



New Class in 
Tailoring at 
Jefferson Now 


for the first time since 1929. 
the year of the hie crash. It 
wasn't goia that brought him| 
west but his little granddaugh- 
ter. Happy to have him in our 
midst' 

BOYCOTT — Despite what 
the Lucky Lairer representtoives 
tell the Eastside, Westside arid 
.-Jouthside retailers, the Dion't- 
B'lv-lt is spreading! 

S.AM HIDSO.V -- Who took- 
over the Club Intime at .TOtn, 
and Western and had It hum- 
ming is improving from a heart 
atack in Daniel Freeman Hos- 


AT HOME — Comic Red Foxx, who ha« just com- 
pleted an extended tour of the East, opens at the 
Summit an Friday, January 5, for a four week re- 
turn engagement. Also on the bill are Norma Miller 
and Her Jazzmen — a real swinging group. 


Adams. Elena Allegro. 

Dorothv Angels. Eileen Ban 

apartment following ., act. B,,„enej.. Raymond Ca- 

•^he r.OPHER victory on th^ .,3,^^. Tiiomas de Sena, Robert 

first. This boy can reallyj {.:„„„_ £„;,, HamatV. Lloyd 

■bum'and we really "greased", HayTies. Chad Howard. John 

succulent dishes. McMurtry. Herbert Rapoport, 

Sudden thought to express our Niek Romano, Herbert Winds- 


Leaf pruduttion, "Twist 
Around The ;Ciock." a Col- 
umbia ' )Plqi)S(. Chi bby, 
Dion. Vi. ki, .Spencer. ^ Clay 
iCole and The; Marcels guest 
star Willi .tviiin Cronin "and 
Mai-y .^tjt. iifii he.admg the 
acting '^a<;t "in thp riiifreht 
attraction 
ter. 


at^ihe -'Manches- 


7 


4- 


thanks to aide-d<?-camp CLEG- 
IPHAS HOL.MES for filling in for 


or, Jr. Reservationa may -be 
ma^ 1^ jnail or call OL 4-5687. 


^t- 


Let's Do It With 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

Weifern Ave. at 35th Place 
RE. 1-1320 


CALIFORNIA EAGLE 


RECOMMENDED r 


Where to goV 
fdr a 
DELICIOUS 
DlilNER 


m 



n-m 



WMaGwiiel 


_^, /^ M. 

FINEST WINING - DINING -ANEX INEXPENSIVE ENTERTAIMBNT 



^'NM'N^W* 


Where to 90 

for 

FAMtLY 

FUN 


Koi }/im\iimm.*m^%n 


PL. 3-1431 


Men's Tailoring is being of- 
fered at Jefferson .\dult School 

1315 East 4isl .street. There 'pital. Meanwhile his wife Mattie 

I are openings in this class for and Stuff Crouch are doing biz 

iUi. SIPflAlir «W2lE wHnr beginners who want to iearn as ^^l:al Drop in and have a 

j8ftNi3litIy<jDinriCffKMB8l30 ^^^ ^'"'^ ^'^^ °^ garment produc- "Gpt-Well" one for Sam' 

^^MiNOR3'~.4r3wT..coME ^'""- "^P^e Is aiso an opportun-^ EOG\R CH.VRLES — Spear- 

ity for advanced students to head of the Lucky Lager boycott 
lake a brush-up course in .2:ets the P4P salute as the Bar- 
pants making, coat making, pa'- Owner-of-the-Year : 
tern manipulation, shirt mak- .\I.BERT.\ VON WEpT7 - 
ing and ladies capri slacks (Returned home after two care- 
-ALL PH.4SES TACr.HT free weeks in Honolulu to fortret 
.specialized training will be, about her auto accident" 

Ml • offered in Men's Alterations.' IKE LEWIS - The coifing 

M as^ajr^iTCD ^"''^ ^'''" include major and bartender in the Rubaiyat was 
^pj^lf (^ I [|\ minor alterations on coats and saying that our floats are the 
trousers, remodeling and recut-iwalking kind; our roses are the 
ting. Ybu will receive training Four variety and fwt 'erri fo- 
in the use of povver sew-ing ma- gether and you eot yourself a 
chines and special machines twisting .N'ew Year's pawtee ! 
used in the tailoring trade This I EDNA PROSi' — .Slender 
training: program is planned to;. slender copper - complexioned 
give e^ch student training in Newton Division clerk breezed 
whatever phase of work he is into the station sponing a hair 
interested in. ; style created by Officer Everett 

. REGISTRATIONS SOUGHT iKelley and the joint hummed 
' Thef' class meets .Monday and like a beauty salon' 
Wednesday nights jfrom 6;30 to; .XMAS BELLE— She's the cur- 
9:30. The next mefting for this ivy record clerk ff-r the Wil^am 
class will be January 9. H. Parker set and every time 

For further infonjnation : Tele-,| she puts on a skirt she em- 
phone our office, Ad 1-7701, be- 'oarrasses the Dept. iVioei 
tween 1 and 9 p.mi. I tContinuetl from Page, 10) 


lANCHESTER 
THEATRE 

Ut W, Manchester, at Broadway 
Daily 7 p.m.. Sat.. Sur»., Holiday 

Doors Open tt 12:30 P.M. 
NOW PLAYING 

RETURNED BY 
POPULAR DEMAND 

'CHUBBY' 
CHECKER 

_ IN J 


"TWIST AROUND 
THE CLOCK" 

PLUS 2ND HIT 

"MYSTERIOUS 
ISLAND" 


SMITH'S BARBEQUE 

M 



SMITH'S BARBEQUE 


mOl WILMINGTON 


«.**^'v 



Clark Hotel & Annex 

1816-1826 fOUTH CENTRAL AVENUE 

Cornerof Wathington Blvd. and Central Avt 

lOS ANGELES 21, CALIFORNIA 

Richmond 9-5357 


Rust College Grdduate 
Named Scouts Executive 


FREE PAi^KING 



Lorjust A. B a y n e, Jr. 
11205*,i So. Central, Los An- 
geles, has been named acting 
Field Executive for the Mid- 
land District of the Los An- 
geles Area Council, Boy Scouts 
of America. 

He will attend the National 
fioy Scout Training School 


to. Ans-i., -SHAKESPEARE svi;;;: 


Hollywood 
Saturdays 8:1 5 pm /rvUBEl lUC' ^**^ MONTHI 

2.20-1 .65-1 .00 V I IflDCLinC pu 3-7453 - 01 4-3687 
S37 S. Park Vl«w (Ti(k*tt at All Mutyal Tickat Agancias) 


TOMMY TUCKER'S 

PLAYROOM 

DINERS CLUB I AMERICAN EXPRESS 
CARDS ACCEPTED 


COCKTAILS 


your LIVING ROOM - 2636 Crenshaw Blvd. 

Fins Liquors Hon' d'eourvos 

Udios Night Every WodnMday 

your host -CLAUDE DUKE 

Pirking in roar — Sports Events TV 


,/***■==*< 


Macnish 


KOTCN wmrt* 


Macnish 
VL 

SCOTCH WHISKY 

Very Light. .-Very Liixiinoiis 


Blended & Bottled Iv Robert Mel^ & Co.. Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland 
86 Proof 'Webster loternatiomi Imports •Los Angeles 'Sole Agents 


near Mendham, N. J . thi 
month, and on his successfL|fj 
completion df the six-week 
cour.se, Bayne will become a 
regular member of the Mid-: 
land District Scout staff, as I 
field executive. i 

He is a graduate of Rust 
College In Holly Springs.! 
Miss.. Where he received a 
bachelor of science degree In 
social scpnces, with a minor 
in physical education. 

While at; Rust College he' 
starred in (football and base-j 
ball, and won letters in both! 
sports. He also played tennis! 
and basketball, and coached 
high school basketball. 

In his junior year, "Lab"! 
Bayne was named to the Gulf 
Coast Athletic Conference as 
All-Conference halfback. 

After graduation, Bayne 
played third base with the 
•semi-pro baseball team in De- 
Funiak Springs, Fin. 

The nephew of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wilbert Moore of 602 Clymar. 
Compton, Bayne is 23 and un- 
married, lie is a member oi »! 
ihe Bethel Presbyterian 
Church in DeFuniak Springs, 
Fla., where his father is the 
mihister. His hobby is tennis. 

He will be working with Dis- 
trict Executive Robert Moon- 
ey, and an assistant district 
executive who will be an- 
nounced next week. Midland 
District Includes the communi- 
ties of Compton, Lynwood and 
Paramount. 


4907 W Washington uZ\\ 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. WE. 6-3730 





EVERYONE'S MAKING IT TO 



EARL BOSTIC 


LE CARIBE COCKTAIL LOUNGE 
ir TURQUOISE DINING ROOM 

ir BLUE ROOM COFFEE SHOP 
Wish You A Merry ChristmasI 


EARL BOSTIC'S 

FLYING FOX 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT 

SPECIALIZING IN FINE FOODS 

AND MELLOW DRINKS 

Opei For Luncheons & Banq^uett — Dr-ers & Carte fflan-, C*js 

JIMMIE JACKSON, MGR. , | 

UNLIMITED PARKINte - FRONT AND REAR 

OPEN 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Daily 

3724 WEST 5ANTA BARBARA-AX 3-5544 

IVi BIks. West of Crenshaw in Fashion Viltagej' 
Lejmart Park — Crenshaw Area's Newest '.Go Place' 


FINE FOOD 


J JOHN COUlNS SEZ: YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO ENJOY J 

COLIINS^ 


■'> 


RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 


iNl 


Private Dining Rm # uourmet Rm • Gotham Rnr 
4771 W. ADAMS ot PALM6R0VE RE 1.1468 



V^d^A/^AA/v 


You've Tried thie Rest, Now it's 

OLLIE MATSON'S 

j^ COCKTAILS 



OLLIE MATSON 

Backfiald Star of 

Les Angaisi Rams 


New Orleans 
Sea Food GrottO' 


Jir CREOLE DISHES 

TRY OUR SPECIALTY- 

THE ORIGINAL STUFFED SHRIMPS 
PLUS OTHER FINE FOODS 

JAM SESSIONS 

AND TUESDAY NITES, 
TO 2 P.M- 


I JMfVl 

I MONDAY AN 
I 9 PM 

' CUES 


GUEST ARTISTS 
;OLLIE MATSON'S N^W ORLEANS SEA FOOD GROTTO 
2820 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. RE 4-0901 


MAKE EVERYDAY YOUR HOLIDAY AT THE RySAIYAt ROOM 
Outstanding Artists appearing as Guest Performers every Monday Nite 

ic JAN. 8~'BILL' GREEN & JOHN ANDERSON '^1 
• JAN.15--AL GRAY "^ 

SWINGING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 


Marvin Jenkins Trio 





DELICIOUS FAMILY DINNERS - ENJOY XMAS DINNER WITH US 
IT'S ALWAYS FUN FOR EVERYONE AT BILL WATKINS' 


v^ 


RUBAIYAT ROOM in the 

HOTEL WATKINS RE. 2-8111 

ADAMS AT MANHATTAN PLACE 


> iAIU..^ All fZ..^J S.>..U IUI,.,ii^ 9i life nPFM AT A A M 


I OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY] 

B a a ■^^If J#> Pr«s«r»ts Nightly 

MARTY S 58TH fir BROADWAY 
^ MARTY'S ALL STARS 

FEATURING TONY BAZLIY, DRUMS; WILUAM GREEN, ALTO-TENOR-CLARINET-FLUTE, 

plws tha incomparabl* Art Hillary at th« Organ ^r^ i 

PRESENTING FINEST MUSIC NITELY 9 P.M. TO 2 P.M. 
I MATINEES SUNDAY 5:00 P.M. to 2 A:M. 


IIIIIHIIillillli^^^^^^^ 
RENTALS • SALES 

• LATEST SUMMER WEAR 

• TUXEDOS FOR EVERY OCCASSiON 
FULL DRESS CUTAWAYS • DINNER JACKETS 

• COMPLETE FORMAL 
ACCESSORfZS 

« FREE ALTERATIONS 

• PERFECT NT ASSURED 
GUARANTEED 

Open Daily t Evenings 

By Appointmont 

Phona; MAdison 7-4987 

944 West Seventh St. Across from Statler Hotel 



Where All Good People Meet . . 


WE OPEN AT 6 A.M. 



FRIDAY AND SATURDAY — OPEN ALL NIGHT 

Paul & Charles 

CARIBBEAN LOUNGE 


fn 


OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY 
ELABORATE FASHION SHOWS 
" EVERY WEDNESDAY 


EDOAJt CHARLES 


4900 W. Adams at Rimpau 
RE. 4-8382 



PAUL SMITH 


1 


"NEXT TIME ENJOY YOUR TASTE AT MY PUCE .... 

DYNAMITE JACKSON'S" 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE -4460 WEST ADAM S BLVD. 
^immmm SWINGING NIGHTLY *CCEPT TUESDAY ^i^^™ 

CURTIS AMY 

Special Sun. Matin** 4 lo 7:30 P.M. Jam Session Mon. Nite 

GUMBO EVERY FRIDAY e OPEN EVERY NIGHT e RE. 1-7610 

AHEND OUR JAZZ SESSIONS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT 





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10— The California Eaqie Thursday, January 4 1962 

Ignore CompSaint on 
Ensurcnce Rate Bias 

■ 1 Atty. Gon. Slanley Mosk was asked Tuesday to 

nia!:e- a full m vest i •Ration of charges of racial discrimina- 
tion in rates char^Lrd on automobile insurance. 

The ir(!iic.-i \\;i- made by tiu'j 
.T (' w i <; h '.'her C'l.UiT.iltc' i'V fuiiiishni by nn ir.>iii ;'ii.'-' 
1 .-'lU-ii !>■'! ':■ S:!'ii/.iii . s'a;.- ciimp.un to its .f.;(j>iii- On the 
1 :ii-.Viii. 'a;-ii ' Lnnii-d llial;rr>;ip Uir '.' aifas \\orr lilicktd 
S;ilr Iiisui'ii.i. p O ii!mis>ii)nrr'"'il' ■'! : cd with ti'p nii'irion 
K |-;i.ii.)ii Mc '. 'la.icll ha^ m-l'.'Hpplii ani'i i-c-uimu iii U.V.\i 
!)i I'll a (ii-i:!>laint fi!;-ri foLir'aroa MfST t>«> tai"fl a! (ir-Muti 
i!-n>niJis a-^'i . 2 iir ■; " ^^■ll('- fur ih".f ■.:ri;nfi-, 

Al \I"< AIXKKKI) aro h!_.:h.\- tli in ih ^.> ■ -r r.-nup 

Sii'a/. ;■ u: aal a .Minpfflp ai- 1. 
\.->;i":;:i,in ni ;!;, n;iry . ii'a r a> HIi.llF'.K i:\Tf.S' 

- :. ^'^ c inea.iioard in th." inai- \il ' ' ■■ i. a-ca^ v.o.r- tai'>.' 
', p '-Knl^iUlii '.; "aa^i ir; . i aai :• \'. il'i a pi i>'i' 'i-^iKir, i\ ^ ,■./!■ 

a^'a.sii iiVar'HC- lii ui"i'aa! l . poiml rl 'ui: 
^, 'li '"iira-c 111" o--' -nl "I ■ • ii^v I'ln' \v.:':o nf '■.• .:--iii a.-r 
.I'-'lDti ■ '1 till' l.a-" !■■ ■:," ' ai^^ai>»\ t(i\,':h-i \-. r h miv' m- 

!■■ ■. rel;:.;'. a. niariial m ,: i _,'■ I '''i "'-■■; '■ '■■■'■< i'"-'.- 

n|- aarc^:'- av- !■ ii^T %!:■( 'aijiirll ari Ativ 

"The nruiii ai inriplaai! ■• .a- '• ', Mii.-.k l>y j^leii/.i; 
tailed (i-'ia lii>iM" .Aiik'n.i; 'if ''rhosp disi riinmali.; \- laa- 
dlsri ijiiiiial"! >■ laio yrari i. r^. ' dilfi'i-oni lal- <a>ii>J ;■:■-■' 
■M'Ual ^lL'a/'i^. . ainrd :i-. ;0 r:;"- . ,• ■ •- ' -I' 

Tlie pTalrai t' sniiaaii'd ia— la ■ : a: '- lor \''a': ■." -^ '-i/ i' 
ti.ae iiirliuii'd I ni'ir- I ■ a a* •'. 'aid. j 

I'l Liis Aii'-i.';i:>^ CiUli'v alia .;'d- - : '; 

Nine Women 




iCdntmupd imai pa'.'.e 9 operator, in addition to opcrai-, 

f.au-,!-; whirh is Id hay that she^'^K the Blue Gardenia Crenlt i 
broke h< r Ic-. -cither running toj^'Junibo House out south at llSth.; 
01- away from Saiiia Clans, andiiinti ^lain Sts. ! 


siie' 


;reatKv nii»ed 


BRINXH 


i'iioi* 'a>ty Vv]- 


T(»l>n' TI(KI;R- Bei\vee:i 'lay and Satuiday all n'-hv 
ta<- !^'a\iiioia and Ins i)aillx>nd,lj' eakfasts bein;^- <;ar\ rd uri a; 


BlllyWard's 
Group Waixes 
At Crescendo 

Maurice ,Sin-;S, brilliant ter- 


or V, a 


h BlHyaVard's Dominofs 


1)1/ durin': lao Xnias he lia.i;lhe smart Carr.opan Loun.;e i,pf^,,p j^,i ^^^.^^.^^ ^^^ ^^g 
mixed emiHinn.; tiie .,uy hejWith a New Orleans flavo: ,,aa-o ;,3,. (.^^^ ^i^dtarged ^"om th«^ 
se.'Aeii ...rkiail-. t,, eailaa' ^^.aJr^.m t_he artful hands of Pa.: .;*u ^,, ,,,. .,„^ ^,,,, ,,.,.|-,^ thefamed 
lai- ■;,i.>;,e ii!.'\- lit- riiiilcd. i.it ulHiid i .:arp Or.!,,,, ^c ' 
di,' .laaai 


■dmu- a.' imneaia'el-. 


g^f C'i.lK- Sli 


\.(>ar!ni.' a >an!.: FRKl) BANKS 
■me >/ the' ni'a'i'S 


K'l'i'i H> 
•d .dn- 


1": 


r>,, 


iiriia.vs closed at 1h^ 


r a---! arrerl \\:'h Doii KIckfes 
I \Pne Xainan.- o-.nei- ot tiie 
j: U'd T: e'.i'ani! ) niie'.\. l"Ts a > 


N.Y. Scene 


Arrested for 
Playing Cards 


M.» f)F MO'- !:LLE M a (. A Z I N K ' S 
lifCl .MKRIT AnVKI) WINNKKS. 

eho.en for si_:,;nal achievenu'nl duiing 
the piisL year: (i) Jean Szynian.-ki, 
\VA\'K; (2) Grac; Bumbry. (ipt-ra 
sinsjc! (.".) Monjca \'itti. Italian acf- 
les-^: (!) Catole P^isner. fasliion lie- 
s. " t; I ."i I M .a lira M. Iloth, .'^i jeiiti.-: : 
i()' G ' ;; ;■ ' I'Ci, bailt t daiajer: (Ti 
[](, le Miuti/W. ,'^(), la! work* i (shown 
heic wiih lit i- hi'.sband and dau^hLt-r) : 
(S) Joan Ba.x. folk singer; (H) Chrys- 
sa. Greek artist ;,( 10) Xanelte K/1- 
niond.s Wachter. fasiiion diiector. 
Gtrace BwnibiA-, uho at twenlv-four. 


has all the inakin<;s of the first irivat 
Xegro Wa^^nerian simmer. !^asi suin- 
m(% tie achieved an rnt;^rnat:(jnal 
triumph at Bayieiilh with her Venu.s 
■n Tanniiaiiser. Mi,'ss Bumbr\-. a gravely 
handsoni'^ v/oman, studi"d in St. Liaiis 
and iid'j'X there and in C"hir;igo and 
Boston, in 1M.")6, Lot'e l/iit'iann took 
jher on as :i prole.H'*. After v.inning 
several awaids, she made h'r ilvbiit 
Willi the Paris Opii-a in Aida in IfttiO, 
Now under- contract wiTfT the Blisel 
0|)era. she will conie hoiije tui' an 
Aniciiean .reason ne.xt, Hiitiiir.n. She 
.will launch a nroniisini; ( aj eer in flnil!, 


aianifil I'lai lie has si'^r.ed BiIaJ 

V. aiii -aa b:^ Do'iv.taes Ta. ■/'. 
snaiTi'i o'l- ' , . . - , „ ., „,.- . ., ti 


h.p->pot -siijU/a,. \Va' - 
;ei unacr way in m;ri- 


1.'. (-'.M 11 ^^ms , 
I oi;i I': '.> ;a pi lay 
and I; 1- an po. 1 
: .niiai* l!'''a' n u i :.r. 


."l.anna: 


iC'.iriniKi.'d hiiiii [i.il:.' H Ni-\M'i.n Mi.^ci vai' I'lii 

K.iii(l<i!|>h's lii.ii-.f. ihc'i a Nia' aa'irt;. ur, a hut lifi on a c.ld 
>'eai s y.\e pailv at .Marnart-t ni^lit. >lase out a -h.it.se fi S.Vi 
Thi>m|>.rf>n*s. and i.iin.np vm-. \-)r-2'Mh street, peopint; tlaouch 
naiET of Mn. foiKi .md lii ak '.vhile Ibe diniiiij room window lhe\ 1 
iirlpint; 'he naun bonetit i aiises obsei ^ed nine persons sealed 
served by The Guiius. at liie around several tables iiiside the 
Iiively Hempstead Imme of that; house, playing cards. 
hostess supreme, .Mrs. Mary I .\fler enlerini;, the officers at- ;' ^, 
Countee.' rested Lorraine Banks, 4-1; Ada^^ 

The Top Thiee Sonal Club is -Mae Hill, A.]: Ozella Taylor, 49."' j 
haxing its' .New Years Eve Charity Belt Carr, iiO, and Er-J ] 
Dance at .the Riverside Plaza nestine K^sex. all of vlhom Have4 
Holel, featuring Eileen .Vlills' their occupation.s as | domestics 
and her tpp twelve models, in- and day workers. 
ciudinE; former B.iy .'Vrea artists .\!so arrested \\pv4 Bro/olla 
nnniel. R()>.»-tfa Howard. So \ou jiiddins, ."d . factory 
have a ball ulierever .\ou are, .Helena Williams. 43, 


,.,.,,,, , ,.,,.,.. V ^- '''''^"'''^ ■'"'■'. C.'c^i.er.do .<iinda'' . where ihev. 

>H.I.H.\ (. K I I- h I N .-^ .siic tectiscs .m the EAPI) v iai v^.tsi 

-ti'iilci'. .aiM.. .Ml'., {'lis \\iit;hi <;i',,i;ndi'd wiih a !),id 

olli'e .at \"(;i'.,,a and CJ'ntial in ...jolini; it and. iaki.Mi; t'haius 

I'M*; .-lal 'a l'"vl .■>!lf la lcbi.ale(i liirhtl' .a;.d ri-ti- a< h.>;i:p- 

iter l.",:h v .i, is his s.aaci.aiy I,|IJ:.IA,\ MXRTIN- 

111 hi~ r,a-h i::iae at 9iC:) Wil- i)|.;)c ■Coir.p'rnv :^'3i:.,^. , ■, .. 

"'';•' iialb \'.il! .,pe.-. he at a a*,^l; .'Vi-j .,, ' \; 

i l.i«.iir i)l.( K 'iitc 1M/.Z be- nial dinner fur Ft.".. i"i'. ; elf '''' '' 

i; .1' th" anpojt ,,\ho ;< ^ caniiMlaie. t'„- Tm .''atii 

n.arst\lisl Oi^uiil ' ' 

ililh aiui KAV .>I<>()RK K.iVd a a.^ii, 

Ix'ivj 'Jii a die Im'-s; dics~i!S m !)'.»> le-all 
inu^u >: a.- . ! i;-:ili!v ' -.erii'ia: y set lo'iks iiMie h'-:c aj 

I'.lf. in,A/.l. lifMaiv Hills, !iiv|ii,;.'i inoi'.'l fiaiTa m-.rric: u'.' 

j.'i'-id.'.'i'.s -'.■'•iiin.' 1' in;; duilimja 1eciidL;e .miii wwn sh" enacted 
,ine 111-; li...- n. iu.ifd Maiyie the- Wihhii e otfne of Atty. If'Yr-, 
Hill. id;.. .^ai!i '■. i):.\:~ .U , and ,>ld .<in.-'a!r whue >ht- v.mk-.' ' 

''B^'B^iEs-Z. r*^ SOUTHERN HdMrXOOKJNG 

s ,1 ,.■,. -..t,H) .'11 Trav '.s LotI 
I'.i'.aily (. . . . ;):i<l is [X-rldlini' a 
,-.v',,a!k\ l^ned' i>- ■;n| illume nea; 
.tile Nat !,ii:.: ( "ol( ■■ 
WM. ( KAlii 


Deliveries Start 
dt 6 AM. 

THOS£ COnON BdYS 
- LIQUORS 
RE. 1-1320 


The Harvest Grill "'7vj;r'" 

Breakfast Served Ail Day with Hot Biscuits 
Dinners — Plenty of Food Reasonably Priced 


^. T^ , . [Owned and opsrifed by Kl»w Greater Harvest Baptixt Chur«h ,lnc.^ 

.op ,n..n.r ,/:;^r:::,,C open for bus,n«s " • ^ 


wot ker ; 

waitress. 

.\PPV NEW YF:.VR Kitie Hunter. 44. hieauti.ian; 

a maid. 


and HA 

fii.a! THE ONLY CITY IX THE and F^rnice .Sandlord 
WORLD , . . .\ND .ME ... All were said to te partici- 

PiUl, <;;()ltr.X)N' ;pani.- of the -aan- | 


Miciicriish 
¥L 


Macnishl 


-'r'tr- ■.■■■> 


SCOTCH WHISKY- 

I'ery Light... Very Luxuriotd 



J— ^ -'■■••"-J Blended S Bottled by Robert McNish S Co Ltd Glasgow Scotland 
i Proof • Webster IntefMtional lmports»Los Angeles- Sole Agenti 


,KOAIX .\ST GOOD NKWS — John 
and Vermva Phillips, a hu.sband and 
v/ifc team, broadcast all the good news 
of 1M62 on radio station KTYM-AM 
and I-'M radio each Sunday. 6:.';0 to 


7:30 a.m. Find the news, music and 
philosophy beamed by tl|t»se two 
Christian broadcasters on 14tSii on AM 
and 10.3.9 FM on vour radio dial. 


THE BEST TIME TO 


SAVE 


IS... 


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There is no better way to start the New Year tlian by resolving to 

t- 
open or add to your Broadway Federal Savings account. Let our 

friendly; efficient staff help you plan your 1962 savings budget- 
tailored to meet your own pergonal needs. 


IMPORTANT BROADWAY FEDERAL ■ 
^ SAVINGS EXTRA! ■ 

a All funds received JANUARY 20TH, earn " 

I dividends from January 1st! 

d U ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■k 


larmony Class 
iFor Jefferson 
idults Offered 

Harmiiiiv wdl be offered In. ! 
■the Music LH'paiimeiit at ,Iet-' 
Ifer-ion Adult .'Nchoul on Wednes- 
Jilay evenink-'i at 6 3<t to 9 .'iO 
|prii., betjinning Jan, 31. 

PtH»-reqiusilP fur the (ourt.el 
w I'l h* ability to re, id music, 
If play ati in.>^trument 
OFFN TO AM, 
This (,>urse i.s desit;ned fori 
|ihi>->e who vMsh to le.irn rudi-' 
|inenlary niiprovisation at the: 
>ce\l^)ard and for those who 
Iwi^h til liairi four-pait har- \ 
linony. Stiess will be pl.aced oni ,, 
Ijirmiaiy chords in all inaior and [ ' 
Iminor ke\s. 

RKi.ISTF.R .NOW ' ' 

Pi e-ret;ister nmv at the .\(fijll 
l.sihool Office at 1319 East 41st, 
>treet between 1 and'-9.30 p.m.|r 
iPhone Adams 1-7701 for fuilher 
linformation. i 


BKST tJRESSED — Sammy 
|Da\ IS, Sr., has been tabbed by 
l-ome of the nation's leading 
Imens w ardrobe stores as 
imong Nli€i best dressed males 
lin the Country I' 


WALTER JOSEPH MILLER Sei: "Next Time Make a Date To Enjoy th* . . . 

REGAL MOTEL HOTEL 

• DAILY FROM $2 UP • WEEKVY FROM $8 75 UP • LOW MONTHiY RATSS • FREE PARKING 
815 East 6th Street at Gladyce Street Walter J. Miller, Manager MAdison 5-7671 ,f 

I II . I I I ' I , , _ I ■ ' " ' " i j 


Men who like 
^ real beer 
choose real 

: lager beer 


BKTTV Fn.ACiO — >:x-C:"ve 

land, Ohio lass who shook up 
IL.A back in the 40 .s ik being 
linquired abiHil by "westcoastj 

Iff lends ! ' 


24 HOUR SERVICE AT . . 

Tommy Tucker's 




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4f 


ffeesufltstmtmtfToflO.OOBeyM 

afency of ttio United Sutes Govern 




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DHB BROADVSfAY 

FEDERAU SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION . 

BROADWAY AT 46Tn. LOS AftGSbSS 37. CALIFORNIA « ADAMS 2-4271 




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BAIL BONDS 
5113 W. Pico 

(WEST OF lEOONDO BLVD.) 

WE 7-3766 

JERI PUNN 

JOHN KIGH 

TOMMY TUCKER 


1 


Lucky Lager has a straight-forward quality, a 
"character" you just don't get in oth«r b««n, Thwe't 
nothing like it to satisfy a man's thirst. Enjoy the 
fine flavor of real lager beer— Lucky Lager. 


LUCKY 



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the rea] lagar beer 


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'axes 
iendo 

J brilliant .ter- 
M's Domi Hex's 
Ifred in 1959. 
?ed from th» 
lin the famed 
t^diaiGly. 

r'osi>d at th^ 

_M here thry 

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^ '. iier of ti-.e 

^ncry. has an- 

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Thursday, January 4 1962 The California EagIe-11 


BV PHONING AX. 5-3135. -OR CALIFORNIA EAGLE 

WANT ADS 


PUBLIC NOTICE 


I'jf tho, un(lorsi'c:ned in all mat- 
jiers''[)eriaining to said estate. 

Such ilaiins with the necessary 
JMHuiicrs riiust be filed or pre- 

>enied as afuresaifl within six 


RELIABLE 

lSTs-2NDs-3RDs 

-$500 to $50,000 


PUBLIC NOTICE 

CAUFORNIA EA<iLF. 6.->lfi7 

NOTICE OF HEAKIN(; OF 

PETITION FOR PROBATE 

OF WILL 

No. i:,\)i'.s 

In the Supoiior Coua nf ihc jimnitJis after the first puliiica- 

S'fate of California, in and forr.ir.n of this notice. 

the Couniv of L.is .XnLioJrs Dated Dec. 28. 19(51 

In the MatTpr .if fnc IMaic of PAULINF-: BVTLER |-CALL MON.-CASH THUR. 

.MYRTLK Wlt.Ll.VM.'^. Ih--. llxccuirix of the u.ll of said - WITH^GOOD TITLE 

rcaised. -i.; ^ d '(^(tcn! 

Notice ii* hoicb\' ;;i\cn that .'liMcr & Maloiie 
the pelilion of L a .. n MiHe-, :,,;% AttiniKSs-at-Law 
tiTe Pi'oliatp of Ih.e Will of liic' -'•'^-I soiitli Western A\rnu»- 
above-namcd^dr-i ci.--iHi and toi ' f.ns Aii'^elcs. ('Ml'fornia. 
4he i.s.sunnre of I.^ilois !i'--i,i-!Pa;il:>:uHl m Califijrnia Ka_;l,- 
.mentar>- thrr,-on to inc p-.'tiiiuu-^.ian. 1. 11. l.S. .'j. litbj 
er. to whiili rofcrcnci" i-; h-" 

by made f-r furtiier p .i = „ >;- t'"'"''""-"'^"^'"- ^^' »«^I>KSS 
lars. will be hoard at IM.') 
o'clork«A.M . on Jan. ><. 1;)r,J. .at 


NEW METHOD! 

Phon* DU 8-7048 

Urinary, Persorval Problems, 
Glands and all CJin:-al Mat- 
ters. Young Dr. invites unus- 
ual cases! 

— RESULTS — 

Consultation Confidential! 

3156 Wilshire Blvd. Room 12 


.1 BEDROO.M STUCCO 

i lores one you can't afford to 
in:s.^! 3 bdrm. stuc. rodec. nou 
dn STl mo. pmts. PL •i-€827 "tuj 
7 p.m. ^ /; 




SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION 


t Kr.TIFK \TK. OK 

FIcniTlOlS FIK.M NA.MK 

Til'-: rM)ERsi(;Nh:!) d. 


the court' rn.iai of Dcpai . 
4, of the Superior C^ lirt . 
State of C.i' I ■rnui. in a i 


I he CoiHiiy 
cif' Los An.- 


I.cs Ai 

;. i'?'i. 


V>i, 


f.k ,,;:.i (■; -.i:^ 

i^'i .111- Cuiu 1 ot ■ 

'i; C'll' irnia. 

i;- il'ii' (.■ )unu 


Dated Dec. 1 
Ull.l. 

o! the 
— the .s 

i.i a: 
of 1. ~ .\-: .-. -. 
By A !. ilKAilAM "l i. a 

STA.\LK\ K MM.<>^^:. .|r 

iSU South Westcra .\\eiiae 
Lo« .Anftcles. ( ili!. 

.\ttorney lur I'ctilioaer 

Published l',iI.:'M r.ia i: i^.c 
Dec. 2\-:<. \%l: .la:i' 1, I'tit 


iuTOt,'.- ccitify limt thcv aic 
. r,)r. iv.tiiv a Ke.stauiaiU ini.^.- 
;/^s- at ."ilnS .smith .^lain .Strct'. 
M [ai>, .\n ;c1p-, Counl\ <i' 
\ : .ck':. .S',,ite-ot Cili! -riaa. 
':■ ihi' lic'i:.ous liri.i name 

C'v^lS RK.sTAl'll.XNT 
'. s ..suiitii Ni.iiii .s;i I'ct 

:,! ■! s lid lir.n IS ci):np<:scd 
I." !'li■^■..^_; po;s^n<, \'.Ii.>.,i^ 
IS an 1 aiivhessos arc as i^l- 


-CASH FOR ANY REASON 
-COMBINE ALL DEBTS 
-] LCAN-1 LOW PYMT. 
-3 & 5-YEAR 2NDs 
-I RUST DEED LOANS 

ir 6.6% Ist's 
24 Yrs. * 

-ANY AREA- 

OFFICE OR HOME SERVICE 

9 a m -9 p.rri Mon. thru Sat 

WE 3-9511 


LEARN A TRADE 
IN 2'2 TO 6 WEEKS 

Electronic Ast^mblcrt 
Grocery Checkers 
Cashiers — Clerks 
PBX Receptionists 
ISM Key Punch 
Offset Printers (3 to 6 monlhi) 
Day A Eve. Class— tZ Terms'' 
TRAIN NOW - PAY LATER 

Many Local Openings 
FRF« PLACEMENT SERVICE 

WEST COAST 
TRADE SCHOOLS 

8805 S WESTERN ' 
PL 3-3251 


SEF 1i6.T-1167 \V. 37th Dr. .Stuc. | 
dbl. l! B Fl. each, reduced fori 
quid: sale. RE 3-2025, Re' 
4-2.538. 

SOUTHWEST SHOW PLA( E 
B\R(i.UN \'ac. 3 BR.. R-3 lot 
liw dn .")25 W. SI St. 0-. ner. 
HO 4-8371. 

F'OR S.XLE by owner. 4 rooms. I 
IM lot. low (In. Cl'l \V. 81th St. 
HO \->)Z]l. 

<. I. RTt with (jptM>n to huv. 2 
B I;. Slue, ■. na'iM. ri. 7-!ir)3.i 


Those Cotton 

Boys Liquors 

Open Daily 6 i.m.-i am. 

Wettern Ave. at35thPl. 

RE. M320 


;.!.. i!o dn 
NT.". :no. : 
-•-7191 Ii! 


' 4 BP. . V, bnth 
t 1- everythiriE;. PL 


DUPLEX FOR SALE 


I^.-v 


:4 


-7 Days -i k' S.'"d3, 


■J 


I, 


h :.;.')-! ■ 

NOTICE TO (REDITORS 

No. 449-Ct8 

In the .Superior C>urt of t!ir> 
State of C'al/''')rnia. in hv\\ lot- 
the Couni.^' >•' Los .AnLjt^le^. la 
the flatter of- the F;.-5tatp 
ADA GORDON', al.^o known a^ 
ADA L GOROON. .1!^., kn vv.i 
as ADA JO.\E GOillX).\, De- 
ceased. 
. Notice i-! herelx.- ei\pn" t,, 


lime .M Cuiiv 
\',c>t A' .:.as i..\.l 
\iv.;e'c>. (",ii.H a iii.t 
i' '.I i:<ii a < a. en 
1 111 i S'Utll Kemp 
I ■ i:ii[)i :n. (."alili'Vi : 1 
\'. n NK.S.S my hand tins llll; 
ly of' December. 1961 
MAMIE -McCULLY 
-111-':.' \V. Adams Blvd. 
BARBARA GREENE 
l."ai; .so. Kemp Ave., Compton 
, .staip of California • 

- Ci'Untv of Los .-\nt;c!es "* ss. 

^ ONTHLS 18th day of Decern 1959 — 1960 — 1961 

licr A.I) . 1961. before me Mary 

raanipson a Notary Public in ALL MODELS— Bank fi- 

ji'.il for said County and State.. 

rp.--:din[: therein duly coniims- nonCing — 36 mOntnS tO 

s; incd and sworn, personally ap- 


1325 South Mansfield Ave. 
Unfurnished Stucco Duplex 
— deluxe center hall, both 
apartments — 2 bedrooms 
each and available, havel 
everything. $36,500 — low 
down payment. 3 car gar- 
age, gorgeous yard. Open 

LA. 36 !:o"*« ^jS^M ^=°° P"^! 
Sunday Only. ' 

, We Arrange Private & Inst loans ' ■ ■ 1 1^ _ » 

i _ _ Ethel Brafts 

I NEA R NEW A UtPS FOR SALE 


RELIABLE 


MORTGAGE CO. 


7301 Beverly Blvd. 


iLate model CADILLACS 


S^'Iald de!el^r!t"tniio~'s;.^i p^-'-^'^ ^i«"^"' ' ^^^f^'^y " «"'' pay- Down payment as 

claims in.tne office of the cicrk l^^"-"ara Greene known to me 
of the aforc^.e.d coun ,.r t„ ;„c- ' ' '^^^ "^^ persons wlio.-e names 

n-re sutiscnljcd to the within In- 

>;ra:''..ipri;, and acknowledged to 

mo tKti they executed the sanie. 
in' \\'ITNt:.<S WHEREOF, I 


ther 


sent 

at the offt'-e 


-the uiidcrsigirrd 
'■Miller i- .Ma' mc 
2824 i^uih \Vostern .-Vcenue in 
the Cltv of l'>>s AoLeles. in 


aforesat-1 
office is t 


of i^.s , 

' Cnlirt'. 


TOOTHACHE 


ar money back ah orun stce'; 


m 


v.hich l.itter|have hereunto set my hand and 
place of husines.^ affixed mv offiriaj-seal the day 
,ind >cai- ;n this ^citificate first 
a'u'ne ur.iicn. 

.M.\RY' THOMPSON 

iSK.\Li 

N ,'a!y Public in and f>>i 

Said Count\- and .State M>' 

("on^mi^-sinii Expires .luly 11, 

l%:j 

Published in California Eai;lr 
.laiiuarv- 4 11 18 2a. 1962 


toflt sufter neefl i'.i-i- Get sps-Cy re- 
lief from throObig pJ.n cf tco, 'jcna 
•with fast act ng ORA-IEL. P3 i „ - ^ 
goel I In sec-i^i^ Guarimnel /V'^I-?*' 



low OS $499, 

WEARLEY 
Motors Co. 

13328 Ventura Blvd. 
Sherman Oaks 

TR. 3-6576 


or 


[Season's Greetings from; 

HARRY WALLACE 

RICHFIED 
SERVICE 

4400 S. BROADAY 

(Corner of Vernon Ave.- 

AD. 2-5013 

— Specializing in Finest — 

RICHFIELD 
Boron Gasoine 
LUBRICATION 
HAND WASHING 
and POLISHING 


b6-'-2 . - I 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

No. 449 i:)!t ■ j 

' In tlie Superior C'Uit df the 
S:ate of California, in aiijd for 
!i",e County of Los .Anijeles. In 
the Mat'fr of' the testate of 
Jl'LlA NOLAN, Deceased. 

Notice is h(rctiy £;i\pn to 
creditor^ havinic 1 iainis a_;ainst 
the sqid (let eitent to file said 
elaims in the olfice of the Clerk 
iof the aforesaid court or ti> pre- 
il. 


TR. 8-3835 


TELEVISION 
SERVICE 

Home Cal!-$2.50 
AD 4-4731 -PL 2-2191 

All Work Guaranteed 90 .D«yt 

ON PICTURE TUBES 
SPECIAL 

21 IN $29.95 

24 IN . $44.95 

7 YEAR WARRANTY 

COMPLETE CHARGES 

IN YOUR HOME 


bdi:T unfum. apt. in Lie- 1 frame, 
iriprt ■■'ark area. Adults only Buren. 
A.\ - ,!(J79 



Full Supply of Richfield 

* ACCESSORIES 

• FAN BilTS 


at the offue ,1^ Stanley P.. Ma- 
i..np, Jr. 2S21 .South Western 
.\venue in the City of Los .-Vn- 
.elcs. in the aforesaid ("ounty. 

I'.hich latter f)ffice is the place '" 

rif business of the undersigned ,FX>R RENT I'NFniN 

m all matters pertaining to 

said e.state. Such, claims w ith 

the necessary vouchers nn'st be 

filed or presented as aforesaid 

within si.\. months af:er 'iie first 

publication of this notice. 

Dated Dec" 26. 1961 

I.ORIvN MILLf:R 

E.xecutor of the uiU of said 

deeedent. .Work in <;ivil service. NO EXPER- 

• Stanley R. Malone. Jr. jlENCE NECESSARY, GRAMMAR 

JjAttornpy at l^w SCHOOL EDUCATION USUALLY 

llisn South Western Avenue SUFFICIENT. Train now for jobs 

Ix)siAn!;eleH. CaUfornia. ^j,^ wcurity. Send itame, ad- 

Published in California Eagle 

.Ian 4 11. 18, 2."i. 1962 


Associates 
01 ^2608 

BtSINF.SS OPPORTIMTY 

I Well established Discount .Shor*- 
I ping Center has space a\ailabl( 
for the follow uv businesses: 
Reality Sh'ip 
F'ruplojnif'nt Aimhcv 
(.anien Sii!);ilip«» 
Music Store \ lyoitson* 
, P<=f ;jtu>p ^ C .-uidy 

' FfowerSSi- Fl\ It SJiftp 

Photogta-pher's Studio 
I Phone Mrs. Thompson 
: TRemont R 1789 

I f^imtshed Home for-Kent 

Nice lart,'p furnished rortiii.. R*"'' 
i!infn .ind heat furnished. ,-RK 
I 1-6.329- , - . 

HOI SE W SNTKH TO Bl V 

Wanted 2 a- 3 B H house with 
no dn. pa>Mient. ue-t of Main. 
iCan make paviiicp'-; to $S0 a 
lO'inth .\D ]-.'i467 4'fier 7 p m. 

\ iew Park Hume f«r Sale 

New deluxe 4 B !l . 3 ba'h fam- 
,ily room With \\pt Ivir. all pIpc-' 
|tr:c kitchen. 2 cxens, carpet^ 
throiii,hout. S62."i()0. G(kx1 lerm- 
'i)r p?"iife^,>;iona! exeeutivp 01 
business m,in Contact Ixiilder. 
KXn-.oBt S-6S77. I 

Infum. Court .-tpt. for Rent 

S4o mo. Three ,i3i rm. unfurn 

[court apt f'.ood transport at if in 

Child OK. Near s.hool. .N,, f. e. 

MA 2-1697, RI 7-26(J3 or Ri: 

l-4789.t 

«II..Vv;-RE.\R furn. r(X>m. Pri- 
vate rookine & entr Sho\\cr 
balli trood trai.sp." AD 3-6S4S. 
AD 2k=>8?1. 332 W 41sf Place ] 

Rpal Estate for Sale 
I LOW DOWN pCvmeNT 

.^PT.— iBu%s this extra Iar.ce 2 bdrm. 


«»WN l.\f<E RENTINfi 1 

NO DN.: G.I icnl u^de buNinR. 
-' iHirni. &• den; iriany extras: 
I -p lo' . pmt.s. S65 [>pr mo. mcl. 
piin. °n:. PL 7-3141. PL .VS,",(»ii. 1 

BFYS OF THE WEEK! 

• Li\ely 3 bedrm. stuecn. I''., 
Iiitlis. W. 75 St. Sl."j7.') down 
Sir>.7:)0 

• Ch.iimini: 3 bodrir . 1-t, ba.. 
frpire . iLirnaee. stall shower. 
(iiilp. ^ai.r,'e. SI51K) down. 

• Bit; 2 on lot. Jl.'ioO (in. 9 rni.. 
^'■ bath & 4 rm. Nr. Man- 
cl'.esier - \"et inoni shop, cntr 

• I'yah homes vacant. 

• Delu.ve 3 bedroom' Compton. 
only 5950 down. SSS mo. GI. 
resale. Nearly new. Erne 

area. V.ACANT. 


SHorrouii 

WGSTOtt 
* nnsT - 


• Relief Precriptions 
Welcome 

• Christmas Cards 

• Qtfts and Wrappings 

• Hair Oils and Perfumes 

• Vi/e Give S*H Green 
Stamps 

V.'EST-VERN PHARMACY 

4381 So. Western Ave., 

at Vernon 

AXminstsr T-15S1 


• BRAKES • TUNE UP * BODY WORK 
* REPAIRING I 

SERVICE FROM 7 A.M. t<| 6 P.M. 

J. BLOHN AUTO RlEPAIR 

RICHFIELD LUBRICATION AND GAS ^ 


6901 S. VERMONT 


St 


PL. 0-1769 


* BUS. RE. 4-9374 RES RE 4-7149 t 

NANCY SKILLMAN HARPER 

specializing in all 


lines of Beauty Culture Ha' 

"SERVICE WITH A SMILE' 

1769 WEST- JEFFERSON BlVD 


Styling i T'-ting 


*•*•*-*■•*•♦••*•*•♦••••••******♦•*•♦*■*■♦*♦♦ 


♦♦****•*■- 


Herman "Hy"^ycler Shoes 


FLORSHEIM ^> 

RED GOOSE 
NATURAL BRIDGE 


5175 West. Adamf Blvd. 

Los Angeles 16, Calif. 

WEbster 5-2992 



Hamm & Kelly Music Co. 

Band & Orchestra Instruments 

Seimer— Olds— Reynolds— Roth 

—Complete Repair Service — 

2643 Manchester 
Morningside Park Inglewood 
' TelephoA-PL. 8-9019 



Nothing triakes ■ 
woman feel pret- 
tier than ;i flat, 
tenng new hair- 
do: 

Let PORTIA'S 
STYLISTS create 
the n «;w ■ ' d o " 
t n a t' meant a 
lovelier new youl 


Come ln.no appointment needed 
Open 9:30 .i.m. to R :10 p.m. 

PORTIA'S 

HOUSE OF BEAUTV 

2ld5 W. Vernon Avenue 

AX 4.4918 PL 4-5148 

M;»rv Mc-q''n . . Owner 


AX 1-5022 



24.HOUR SERVICE AX 4-3661 

KEYS OF ALL KINDS' MADE 

LOCKS- CHANGED & INSTALLED 

• ANYWHERE • ANYTIME • ANYPLACE 

McGEE'S MOTORIZED 
LOCK & KEY SERVICE 

Registered Key and Locksr|ith Expert 
4405 S. WESTERN AVE. J. S. McGea 



Thirsty or Hungry? 
— Phone — 
TONY'S 
LIQUORS 

RE 3-6858 

• FINEST LIQUORS 

• IMPORTED WINES 

• GROCERIES 

• DELICATESSEN 

FREE-FAST DELIVERY 

Northwest Corner of 

15th and Western 


for 

more 

grow power 



RUG CLEANING $i;50 

9 X 12 AXMINISTER er WILTON ..._ V 

CARPETS CLEANED fi0 

IN HOME PER SQUARE FOOT U 

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12_the California Eagle Thursdayi January 4, 1962 


Atty. 
Lists 


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Gen'l 
ins 
In Rights 

(Continued from Page 1> 
t^itha civil rights program out 
of fear that he will antagonize 
56uthern legislators and thus 
jeopardize his entire legislative 
program. 

In his report, the attorrvey 
general noted that this was the 
first year since the Supreme 
Court's landmark school deseg- 
regation decision in 1954 that 
there was no violence in the in- 
tegrating of several southern 
schools. 

"MET OBLIGATION" 
Referring both to this and to | 
southern localities which moved! 
to halt disturbances, the young-l 
er Kennedy told his brother: .jj 
''I can report to you that thei- 
law enforcement officers and h 
civic leaders in the vast ma.jor-!! 
ity of. communities have met!; 
their obligations. The experi-j' 
ences of the past year havej 
sti-engthened my belief that de-j 
spite the efforts of a small mi- 
nority, the people irf the United 
States are law - abiding; people 
who wish to live by the law, do 
not want to circumvenr court 
decis-ions. and are opposed to 
actions which will result in vio- 
lence. I am confident, ^therefore, 
that this year's progress will 
continue and thsft it will be car- 
ried forward v\ith the effort and 
approval of the vast majority 
of the American people.'" 

Kennedy credited what he 
called vigorous action by fHe 
federal government with hold- 
ing down violence and also for 
advances against discrimination 
in Negro voting, employment, 
transportation and education. 

CHANGE or POUCY 
■ Taking something of an 
oblique swing at school Integra- 
tion policies of the Eisenhower 
administration, the attorney 
general said: 

"In school Integration there 
has been a basic change in pol- 
icy from abstention by the fed- 
eral government, except during 
crisis or disaster, to affirma- 
tive, zintic-ipatory action. We 
have done this to preserve court 
orders and to prevent violence. 
"T h i « administration has 
moved with vigor in all cases 
to protect the integrity of the 
court, to iH'eserve due adminis- 
ftation of justice and to encour- 
age and assist local officials 
and community leaders who are 
charged with the responsibility 
in the desegregation of schools." 
-But Kennedy also said^ "It is 
the department's basic policy to 
seek effective guarantees and 
action from local off-icials and 
civic leaders voluntarily and 
without court action. This has 
been done quietly and without 
publicity." 

Discussing Negro voting-, the 
attorney general said since the 
new administration took office 
it has filed cases in 14 southern 
, counties charging discrimina- 
tion in voting registration as 
against six on file" when the Eis- 
enhower administraticm left of- 
fice. In addition, he said inves- 
tigations or negotiations with 
local officials are under way tn 
61 other counties. 

"Our effort is to discover and 
eliminate all racial discrimina- 
tion in the voting proces.ses," 
Kennedy said. 

Kennedy said the administra; 
tion also has moved vigorously 
to assure that jobs in the fed- 
eral government are open to all 
In his own department, Justice 
the attorney general said the 
number of Negro attorneys has 
increased five-fold since Jsmu 
ary— "From 10 to 50." 

In transportation, Kennedy 
said his department has made 
substantial progress toward 
eliminating discrimination in all 
three major modes of public 
i nterstate transportation — bus , ' 
air and rail. j 

Kennedy al.so noted that as Bj 
result (rf informal cpnversationsj 
and fcorrespondenc'e, 18 raO- 
roada have agreed to desegre-: 
gate all their terminals in a 
dozen southern states and that 
the Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission, at his department's re- 
quest, recently l.anned segre- 
gated facilities in all terrni-;ials 
used in interstate bus travel. 


Negro Named Pacific Islands Legal OfficV 


Robrt K. Shoecraft of Xenia.i 
Ohio, has been appointed attor-i 
ney general of the Trust Terri- 
tory of the Pacific Islands, .Sec- 
retary of the Interior Stewart' 
L. Udall announced this week. 

The Trust Territorv includes 
the Mariana, Caroline and Mar- 
shall Islands, with a population 
of appro.ximately 77,000 persons. 

Shoecraft. an attorney, h^s 
been associated with the Trust 
Territory government since 19S8 


as acting land and claims ad- 
Kiinistrator and assistant attor- 
ney general. 

He was recommended for the 
position of chief legal officer by 
High Commissioner M. W. Cod- 
ing:. He is the first Negro to be 
appointed to this position. 

A graduate of Central .State 
College, Wiltierforce, Ohio, with 
an L.L.B. degree from Ohio 
State University, Shoecraft was 
engaged in the private practice 


of law and as assistant prose- 
cuting- attorney for Greene 
County. Ohio, prior to bis serv- 
ice in the Pacific. He served in 
the Air Force for five years. 
1942-17. 

! The Trust Territory of the Pn- 
, cific Islands was captured from 
I Japanese forces during t World 
I War II and is administered bv 
the United States under a trust- 
eeship agreement witfr the Uni- 
ted Nations Security Council. 


Talks to Wife, Dies | 

Foster A. Tucker. H3. whoi 
lived at 334.3 S. .\scot avenue. I 
died of an ripparcnr heart attack 
last Friday eve.ning. 

He was talking to his wile. 
Mamie Tucker, who said tha,t 
he had been ill for 14 years. 
Then he turne^i over on his sidi\ 
in the bed where he was lyini; 
and died. 


.M.\RTVS-lIis plus now mt- 
cial club h.'^ll at 58th and Bioad- 
way is called one of the most 
modern in the city and l>etter 
still, it will be rent free jo the 
groups : « , 


Oper(|tioh Hondclasp Needs Books 


There is ah urgent sneed of I 
tcxtbixiks in the Philiijpine Is- 
lands. The Boj;s I^IaJkets in 
Lakewood and Long Beach are 
collO('tin{rtext books of all kinds 
for the entire mnnth of Decem- 
ber. ■ V 

They will pe deliveiecf to the 
LuMK .Beach .\;ual Base by 
Boys Matkf'i, trucks. Chaplain 
Aiidicvvs at the .Naval B;^.--p.' 

who is ill charge of "OPFIR^- 
TION HANDCLASP" will .see 
that they are delivered lo the 


schools in the Philippines some- 
time in January. 

Anyone, who has an.v of these 
books that are no longer being 
used, such as elementary, high 
school or college textbooks; or 
library books may leave them 
in the white paintqd barrels 
provided at the entrance ! of 
cither 'i*he Boys .Market ■ in 
Lakewood Center or The B(|iys 
Market at 3750 E. Anaheiin[in 
Long Beach. i 

Help youi- nei:,'hbor.s. acn.iss 
ilje sea by turning in your books 
nbw-. At the present time, due 


,to shortai^e of text b6oks. in 
imany schools, sts' many as five 
or six children may have to use 
jone book. Get in the New Year 
spirit by giving your unused 
books and h?lp thousands of 
i children toward an education. 


All WESTSIDE ROADS 
LEAD TO 

Those Cotton 
Boys Liquors 

Wettem Ave. at 35th Plae* 
RE. 1-1320 


XHAZr I 

(Continued fror^i Page 10^ | 
cans?" and that he promised 
to come over personally and 
empty them. Oh well, it's sor- 
tuve maddening p.'tting toceth- 
. er a column on the morning 
L after. 1 

Received a nice New Year's 
card and hieeyy let'cr frgm our 
towns JON KI.LA STARKS. 
who is now in .N'Yawk town. 
Sajs she keeps up with the news 
by borrow inK PHIL CORDON'S 
Eagle. 40N ETTA h(\s a swing- 
ing vocal career sliaplnr; up for 
her in Gotham. Says .she loves 
the city and its sub%vays and 
especially the subways now that 
she kno\vs where she's going on 
them. . ■ 

Card in the morning mail 
from HELEN HUHIES who 
sashayed off to HONOLULU 
and going over very lal-ge at a 
swank Traite there. Closing 
thought: Is there anything re- 
ally new under the sun. F'rin- 
stance, do you remember that 
years ago there was a song that 
had the lyrics: Mama, Mama, 
look at Sis. She's out in back 
twisting like this . . . this is 
thirty. 


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SIX CHARGED WITH RiOTJNii 


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-Tell of County Bias — 


Hundreds 
Fight with 
Policemen 

Five men and one woman 

v\ ere fDed on Tuesday on 

charges of riot growing out 

of a wild, swinging, rock- 
hurling melee in Venice Sun- 
day jiight. 
An attempt liy offirrrs to 

hiindi-uff and ani^st luo youns 

men sotjn llaied up into a giant 

nei^hborhood-uide scramble, 

with hundred* of Negroes 

ranged against some 45 hastily 

summoned pollremeii. 

SI SPECTS ES< APK 
?c)meiine in the milling ci-owd 
■ ipfxji-iedly shouted. "Dirty 

t(ips!" and the fight was on. 

Refore the t.nngle was un- 
, .<:i rambled, throe officers re- 

<ei\Td minor injuries, several", 

police cars were dented, the 

windshields of some of the cars 

uei'e smashed by rocks and Ihc 

two handcuffed suspects hiwi 

niade their escape. 

Police Chief William Parker 
v^as quick to stale Ihai a ">.iale 
of anarchy" existed, during the 
hour-long battle. 

CH.\Kr.ED WITH RIOT 

Charged \v?th riot were 
Jackie Charles Shepard. 20. ^of 
675 San Juan place, Venice, son 
of the Rev. S. L. Shepard, pastor 
of the Church of God in Christ; 
Oti!! Todd. •JJ, of 6724 Indiana! 
a\enue; Ernest C. Smith, If),! t,, . 

1219 Broadway: Clarence Carl- '"^ .U'ty l" ^llP t''^' "f 

lei. 19. Hin Indiana a\rnue; reached 110 deci.^ign Tuesday ni 

Charles Sidney .Mass. 18. of Tu8 Since mid-morning on one of the longest misdemeanor 
Indiana avenue; and Mr.-. .Mane cases in recent Lcs Angeies history . 
Ledbetter, ■—■ ■ „ . _. 

a\enue. 
All si\' wej-e 



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End Job Bias in 90 



IHURSDAY. 


I'rci<liu«'d in a 
JAN. 1 I, 1962- 


L'nirm Shup l,y M'iiil.or-< of I,MPiil« N.f' 171. 
2101 WEST VERNON AVE , I A. 8, CALIF. 


.N<i. :,v, 


VOL. 


LXXXI Mr 


Phone: 

AX. 5-3135 



Out-of-Town 


15c 


B.\KE COUNTY' BI.4S — Johi/Bu>::gs, left, wa.s 
one of a three member committed that [)robed Coun- 
ty departments and found evidv nee df uide-spreati 
bias. George Thomas, riglit. (.rilici/.ed fei^ort at" 
Su[)er'visois meeting Tiiesda\ lor not providing 
remedy. (Adams). 


JFK Delays 
Order to End 
Housing Bias 


ftSk 


Jury Weighs Facts 
In Boags Bros. Trial 


the Boaus brothers 
rht, aft<'i' 


\V\.nHIXC,T0X Hopes '.-r .i;t 
■\eculi\p order banning di.s- 
ciiminalion m federally assist-; 
od housinc were dampened ihi.s 
\' eek as adminisirnlion support- 
er leaked (nit v. oid thai the 
pre--ideni uoi-.'t ai t until Con- 
■.;re-.,^ adioiinis some time ne.\t 

had I'ai: 


deliberating 


)9, of" 632 Brooks The trial coir.menced i.isi 
Dec. 11 of diaries I>)n,-5lii 
charged withBoasrs, .12. deput,\' piblic de- 


(Continued on Page 4 1 


Oxnard Walter 
Kills Himself in 
Friend's Home 


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fender, and .\t'\-. Rob. rl B(>at;s, 
■'..i. on li\e counts each inxDlvmu; 
drunkenness. disiur uiig the 
peace, intcrfenni; wili an ofl:- 
rev and two c.rtnt--. i.f liii:' i;.-. 
On the stand this p;i.-:: \>. rek 
borh Boa.;-; I;i\.;iicr: dcti.cd ali 
charges anfijn-' addit'j.n d"i,!:led 
a list of l)e;ilin"s t'v; ■•• .t ue.-e 
administered to them by ar, 
resting <itfirers h.:,' oihcr nffi- 
ceis at V.'ilsliMe >:at;i.ii. 

C'lnrir*.::^! e-i of p r t of,- 'he 
bti.talily testimony on)'' ii.iin 
'd hf <nvfh. K-,. of 1227 Waich Cnmmandr>,- <•.;;. Iv.hlcr. 
; sii,-c!, 0.\nai-d. V-. .s found v. ho te-tifiod th-^t he ,uid R-b- 
i".Td in tl-.p home :of a Jr. end ert- F.nags' a:i'-i.ne;, . (■!:(iide 
n Santa Barbara about « VVorrell. open"d \'r.e drm;- to a 
■■ m. Friday, sh6t" through the room at the st;u:rn v.hcre tney 
f'"n'^- .- b.enVd a loud co;iiriot-ion. 

Police listed the death as sui- Szt,, K'.'hk-r said that he s.iw 
-"•^^^- D.inaid pea:;.-: d^;!ped -over a ta- 

Smith. who had been a waiter ble, bead down, and Robert 
at the Colonial House in O.xnardiEoags on the fioo/, wish one offi- 
for the past 10 years, was the cer choking him and another of- 
husband of Frankie Xash Smith, ficer, B. F. Shaw, punching him 
Eagle correspondent. in the stuir.ach. '< 

.Mr."!. Smith was_unable to shed' He testiiied ti:.-\t he issued an 

any light as to the impnediate ordf^r. "Shaw, stop'" 

rau.se of her husband's tragic '^Voviell corroborated tlie -;er- 

action, hut said that he has been ge.-ints statements. 

despondent for some n)')nths. Don:ilil Boags denied that 

He had been living in; Oxnard he was di-uiik , or disorderly, 

for the past eight yea s and was and"^ claimed thai on the 

named to Frankie Nash three jvay to the station the arresting 

jear^ ago. oil".' s .str:;^ k him on ,ttie side 

Tlie funeral , was held '^V^fliies- uitli I'je arrest book. In the sta- 

' day morning at S.a.ni.. wiih tjie tinn. he -aid, lie was sliin.-. onto 

Metropolitan Funfial -IJnnie "in iite- ;;ihii^ and :h.il all he re- 

iriei"nher> u,iS that he was;l;einK 
beaten, i'.'^ .-'.id his head hurt 
<o badly thii' lie could not re- 
call .just what happened. ; 

.'Mty. Cera Id Lenoir, who 

; represpnted Dprrald Boags, said 

■that if the verdict goes apainst 

his client he Will most certainly 

appeal. I 


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The n\, Mse for in.irtion is the 
<.iM'f a'; that olleied last \eai ■ 
•^le adminislration can't afford 
to^otlend southern' Demoi ratir 
cnneressmen whose support it 
needs fr^r pa-,sai:e of olher do- 
mestii- ibcislation. 

In .'\u',^isi 19f)f) Preside, It Ken- 
nedv. il>pii a i andidaie fur the 
office he nos\ liolilv. pointed nui 
that the Civil Rirhls Comini.s.sior 
h.Td urgjd the jissuanre of such 
an order elevetl months '•ar-lier. 
lie railed atteJition to the fart 
that President i f'isenhower had 
ienored the Commission recom- 
nniidation. 

\i'". KetiiieH.v- wen' on 'o s»v 
hi^il;- I>-io(>ii.iii; pain ,\.li- 
for n cpM'h) for •^^jch an order 
and s^id rtiat housuip disciim- 
Kid has iiv.'d llieip. or nearip.,,„,n roiild he ended ' "by a 
heie, all u\ his hte .\ify man stroke of the pr-Mdential pen." 
^.i'.o >p(Tid'; a litctiinJ> in .lack-'ip would he said, issue such 
.-on :s enlrlled to a (Cilain ;,„ order as .s.^m as he be < a me 
arrOLii! of cfdilin the declm- p-psidenf 
aii; ><.\us (it his life. 1 know: I 
. [Knt iliiee weeks there one 
aricrni'ion. In the next place. Mr. 
Smith h.is reared nine children 
and as Ibe bedr.iKK'*^* father of ,|^ 
iwo I can testify that' he has 


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THK YK.\R 

Tiie Ye.ir."" is ; 

•• - e ,' Robe; 
I-n the fit St place 
iksiin. Mis.^i-Mnni 


.-Ml lib. 
c; m .l;i 
has \\\f".\ l!ieip, or 
. all (if his lite \i\\ 



Extensive 
Prejudice 
Disclosed 


Sixteen county depart- 
ments -Tuesday were given 
9(') da\-s tq "clean house" of 
prejudice and re)K*t back to 
the Board «Qf ^u[*rvi.sors 
lollowinK the presentation of an 
r .Mcnsive piohe tnal disclosed i 
ill theVcjunly's 
pi omotion.il fvjluies'. 
'A'h;!e tiic in dep;.' 
e >:;r-!ed 


u I'li^spreart ihi 
iiii'ii!:; and - 


lii dep;.' iijienfs 
0111 for 1 ; ilicism, 
.1 r,tiii!ie> ■■' o ii( :■ de[);f ■ll!'•entS■ 
■^ ' ' e I'Miiil 1.1 pr;n::iie iiKire 

--'.'l:!.' r.i:,!-: c.f- (1;-. 1 iMlinnlion. 

MOTION V,\ HAHN 

Vw.'A 111. (•,'):] cif S;iiici\ isor 
Kf,;ii(lil ll.iilj,. fo!|.)\'.^lL,'' a 4')- 
miiiuic lieariii.u. ihcvBuard of 
SuM(-j \ :,-,;'!-, appj-ovcd the report 


with tile additional 
iliii I] I 'h'e 111 depar 
'o report b.uk lo 0e"- 
w-ilhin 91) d.-j.^s: l^i • 
'ieparimciiK ai c iT: '.;:• 
■('"'e s"i \ urs ,,, of thr 


provisions 
nients ai'^ 
■'.iTi.f I vas')rs 
lu- ijari'iij^; 
d 'til iitili/e 
Coun'v's 


Hi!:: 


an Rel;.;y,i 
'■va.'V'j) thri: 


>"«. ('''ifniinission 


charge of arransemenis. 

Neck Broken in 
Christmas Eve 
Fight, Man Dies 


.all of duly. All of that 

window dressint;. 
The real reason I have named 
.Mr. Smith .Man 
of The Year is 
that he has de- 
cided to run for 
Congress. H e 
wont be elected 
bur it's time 
Mississippi had 
a chance to le- 
t u r n to its 
proud iradi- 
iion.s'. .After all. 
slate that ever 
Uvo of them in, 
to the Senate. It's quite a 



PKKFTT P.\R.\MOrNT — I^ by 

Caleb Peterson, president of the Ho!-, 
Iv-wixid Race Relation.s Bureau, pickel.s' 
matched ouLside Paramount Studios 
in Hollywood Iroin 12 noon to 1 p.m. 


White I!ou.;e ^oui ces no.-, say 

ih.ll the presidenr is determined 

to^ add a department of urban 

aflairs to the cabinet and that 

new nost will he filled bv 

can testily tnal' ne nas j^,,^^^, Weaver. Kennedv-np- 

re^ponded above and beyond the ^,j„,p,, ,,^.^^ „f ,|,^ Housini;' anH 

'^ ^ Home |"inance Asency. II is ar- 
enied lllkt issuan «* of the execii- 
ti\e oijder on hotising wQuld 
rouse shulhern opposition to the 
proposed iiabmet department as 
nell as.; .ifopardize the adminis- 
tration's leuislativp program. 

The hrsiiment goes that pro- 
ponenls of the hou-iir.: oid<'r 
should be uillinc 'o v\ait until 
Cont;ie<s BdiiKiin-^ By that 
time Ki-nni>dv spokesmen say. 
Ibe president will have pushed 

mo^l nf his lesislati\e prosram '"^ Holl\^ood Race Relations Bureau, wilh its 

tbioush Congress. uTll have es- president, Caleb Peter.son. at the head of tlie line. One 
tablished the cabinet depart- picketed Paramount Studios Monday. Last Thursdav they' '^^^"pi' 
ment and will have named the i picketed MGM and Columbia. Saturday nighy. they 


policies'; -anci 
'•'.I liioC'ivi! Servui' (.-^i.nmis- 
.^i'lii is t.> re\ ifu' iffc pr(-<*(>dLQes 
oj; imin.;,' puhcies i^ arijzds un- 

deif I's ( i*nti ol. 

IB.iJm s piijixisal.; v.eie iKade 
f ', ■ k- 1 . 1 w i n K presefii .I'ti.iins *by 
'a()i.;e Thomas, on beha!^,_of 
tile t'ciiiimunity Reiajions.^Com- 
ni 11 tec. will) cii-iici/ed the probe 
t(ir noi t;*;inc; {:i\- (^nuii-h and for 
not pro\iding remedies: ■•>Iax 
.■Mtiiii. area director of th 
■lewish Labor Commiitee, jvho 
drew special aitenlion lo civlj 
-ci-\i,e p/actices:-. and 'Morcan 
Ai. .Moteii. of the .\.-\ACP. wbc' 
iContinued *on Pa:;e 4> 


Loren Miller 
Won'f Enter 
Race in 21st 


Monday. The bureau is deniandihg rej- 
I .sentation of Negroes in moviqs on a 
nue-to-hfc basis as doctors, lawyers, 
students, firemen and . in all otlier 
spheres of activity. (Adams I 


J do noi 
Lnt ■a npni- 


. ;>re 
it: 


1 .Mill 
e f(.;i 


NAACP Frowns on 
Hollywod Piclcets 


the only 
a Nej,'ro 


descent from a Negro senator 
to James O. f^astland but things 
have been Koing downhill in the 
state for many years. The la.st 
Xe-^ro to hold the seat lo which 
Willie H. Martin. .Ti, of IT'JI \/-*p_ Oanictrntinn ■^'' •'"''"''h aspires was a fellow 

K, 102nd street,„died at General *"^^f RegiSTrOTian ,^^, ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ ,^,,^ ^ Lynch.. 

Hospital last Thursday as a re- DriVe Set by NAACP VICTORY BY HA KK 

suit of injuries received in a Lionel C'de of the Coinplon Lvm h won his last election in 
fl^ With a man known as nja.VCP and Ted Wriglit of the LSTrv. by a fluke of sorts. The 
"VV^sh" on Dec. 24. " Los Anceics branch of the as- Oemociats were busy driving 

Hospital diagnosticians re- sociation announced ihe openin':; the Republicans out of power by 
''ported the man was sufferins of a voter ret.';istration drive in kecpniL; the N'esroes away from 
from a fractured neck and a Comptu:' SiUi-riay. Jan. \?, and 'be 
twisted back when he was ad- jn I>os .Xngeles a week later on by 


first Negro to a cabinet post. 


I 


Miss. House 
Bars Negro 
Spectators 


New Orleans 

To Segregate 
Mixed School 


milted to the hospital. Saturday, Jan. 20. _ . 

.Mrs. Grace Martin, wife of The drives nii ; at lesistenn;^ judues ucre simply told how 7^^?^"*"^ from sitting 
the dead rnan, told police that every eligible voter in Lxjs .\n- many' votes they needed in cer-;'-^'''''^^ galleries. 


JACK.SON, Miss The Mi>- 

rKiHs through violen.e and '"^^iPP' House of Representa- 
dehncrate vote (i(,unlinu ''^''•\ Passed a resolution Thur-<- 

effectively bar 
in the leg- 


frauds. Democratic election ''■''-''' "''*' would 


her husband had been knocked geies County 

down and stomped by' a man in ~ " 

front of 1721 E. 102nd street 
about ?t p.m. on Dec. 24. She 
said she took hiin to General 
Hospital that same night. 


I Continued on Page 4> 


I The motion, passed apparently 
'without dissent, provides that no 
person shall be admitted lo the 
gallery unless he has a ' card 
<i::ned by a legislator. 

The motion was a liltl^ too 
raw even for Mississippi sena- 


Shuttlesworth 
Denied Appeal 
By High Court 


U. S. Soldiers Said 
Fighting in Viet-Nam 

Although no war has bicn declaied and althomgh 
the official position of the State Defiartment i.s that 
American combat troops are not needed, uniformea 
|.\merican troops, commanded by American officers, are he thinks its "a disgrace if we 


the 

from 

M. 


t'li^. .V similar motion in 
S<^nale iiiel Opposition 
several sources. Sen. W. 
.lones obje< ted on the grpunds 
;tbal while he doesn't see any- 
thing wrong about segregation 


marched outside Grauman s Chinese Theater. 

The picketing, said Peterson, 
is designed tor pressure the stu- 
dios into casting .Negroes in 
roles as doctors, law\ers, t lerks 
shoppers. sludeiiN. . f a c l (> i -y 
workers in fact, as they ap- 
pear 111 life. 

INITIAL Sl(( KSS 

Tliis IS the same demand llie 
NAACP and its Hollywood Ai li- 
Mli(\s Committee, headed by 
-Mrs. Mag.L;ie Hathaway, h.is 
been working on for months in 
a struggle in whuli Ihej- have 
alread\- chalked lip inili.il suc- 
cesses and the .N.A.XC'P lakes 
sharp is.^ue with, the bureaus 
■ activilN, 

' In a .^lalement issued "_ o\er 
the signatures of Pros. Ldward 
O. W.irren and Mrs. Ilalhaway. 
Ihe .NA.-\CP repudiaitd the 
picketini: 

"We do niil enddisi- ihe ,ic- 
ti\ities of Caleb Pcier>on or his 
organi/ation. ' said the state- 
ment. "For se\eral nvintlis we 
ha\e lieen working uilli repre- 
scnlalives of tlie llollxwood mo- 
tion picture ;lnd 


T' 


NKW ORLi:.\NS One of the 
--ix New Oiietins schools that 
uas desegregateti amuj hate and ley. -11. of 
noting last >(',ir' is about to lie pla<-e. as hi 
segreg. il(~d oiu c more. 

Tlie New pi l.'an.-^ Paii.^li 
S( liool biiard. on the rueteM th.il 
Negro, schools are oveicniwded. 
has ruled thai on J.in 2-1 Mc- ing 
Donogh No. 10. where this' year 
f'\e N<'grncs attended ( 1,-is.ses 
along v\ilh l.'i uhiles, will be- 
<ome all-Negro. 


Bar Owner, 
Bouncer Cut 
By Drinker 

>f tlie bartenders and the 
of the PrettN" Girl Bar. 
I.ili2 W. Adams bhd.. were 
seserely cut, early -Sundax' inorn-j 
iiig by a customer who had 
been drinking beer all da.v and 

all nigiit. ! 

i 

Johnny Bel.iski. tS, the bar 
iixyncT. uas found b.v poli< e ly- 
ing (ill the sidewalk outside his 
est.iblishn"ient. bleeding profuse- 
l.v from a cut in the abdomen. 
lie named Sherman Pierce Mo.s-^ 


2ii:m'^s, 


Youth Sees 
Officer Beat 
3 \r\ Faitiily 


Hotels Begin Hiring 
Negroes as Waiter^ 


fighting in the front 1 nes of the guerrilla warfare in don' i have a place 

South Viet-Nam's jungles ac- ' ~ 

Far Viet-Nam » have told me we 


them." f'"^""i<'s on the 


\V.4SHINf;T0N, D. C. - 
Fred Shuttleworth and 
Pliifer lost their appeal before , Eastern foreign correspondent. must win this war even 
the Supreme Court this week. ^for the National Broadcasting 
The two ministers were arrested Co. 

in! 1958 for not moving to thej "Like it or not — admit it or 
balck of a Birmingham bus. and {not — we "are involved in a 


Revs. South Viet-i\am s jungles 

J. S. cording to James Robinson 

if we 
have to militarily attack North 
Viet-Nam" 

^..,,,^. ...... ,j^o. „.... :~ — - On-^unday an American en- 

had been found guilty of disord-Jshooting ^ai" . in Soutiieast gineer. Clyde F. Summers, of 
eriy conduct by the state courts, j Asia, " he stated on the NBC-TV j El Monte, died in. Saigon fol- 
City Atty. J.jM. Breckinridge show Friday night in. New York lowing wounds inOicted by 


of Bn:mingham:said that the ap- 
peals to both the federal and 
state courts were filed too late 
lo comply with court rules. The 
Supreme Court denied the ap- 
.|[Kl1 without comment. 


featuring annual reports from members of the Vict-Cong. rebel 
correspondents around the fighters in .South Viet-Nam. 
world. i The A.ssociated Press story 

.MAY ATTACK stated that Summers was shot 

He also stated that "I'nlted from ambush Saturday 12 miles 
States officials there tin South I (Contmued on Page 4) 


Featured 
in fhe Eagle 

Church Activities 5 

E«iitorials k....-4 

Bill Sioallwood 7 

^rts 6 


Social „.7 

^how Business 9 

Peopk . : _ 9 

Chazz Crawford 10 

Oxnard 8 


Irayal of 
ployment 
NAACP feels 


The intruclcrs were 

Althou-h thl»re ha.s been no beating of the drums, l':^" '" Y- ^''^'''''"\%„ 
. 1 - - , 1 r ii -i • u . 1 I, u ■ ^1 u- • -VT deorge .s friends a little 

television in- Several of the city s hoteks have been qiiietly hiring Negro 'jj^j^^„j,,p^j|.pp^ ^^^^^ ^^ 

ibject of por- waiters during the past two months, as a result of the te,.npted to go to his assistance 
Negroes and the em- fjght spearheaded by the Labor and Industry Commit- 1 His mother held him to keep. 
ol ^PR'oes- T^'i'? tec of the Los Angeles -Branch of the NAACP. .him from getting involved 

. . that the coopeia- jjoteis that have placed : ,: Off i(?lrs came up at this time 

tive basis ot our reiationstiip,^,^^^.^,^. ^^ ^^^^^^ regular slaffs^ets regularly serving banquets; ^and, aiccording to Nathanael S, 
with the entertainment industry ^^^ ^^^ Billmoie. the Amlias.sa-Uhe Ambassador has hired one|smith,'' a Dorsey High student 
■in ^^ollJ^vood is the proper ap- j^j. „^p Alexandria and- the in each category; the Alexan- who witnessed the 
proach to any problerr>s that 
exist in this field. 


category; the Alexan- who witnessed the incident, 

Reverly Hilton, in addition, the dria, eight permanent waiters; 'beat fhe mother, son and daugh- 

Santa Ani4a Race Track Turf and the Beverly Hilton one ter on the head, neck and body. 

REACH L'>'DERST.\>'DING Club has hired several Negro room service man, one'perma-l George was then reportedly 

"Last Nov. 17 we participated wi'iters. ' ineni and tv^o regular banquet 'dragged into a fwlice car and 

in a meeting of -industr.v loaders Accordini^ to .Icsjse D. Scott waiters. icarted off. Leona ran into the 

called by Charles Bonn, exccu- and Ike .\danis. chiiiiman and S<j«)lt and Adams said theyjhouse. screaming after she got 

tive vice-piTSident of the Asso<i- co-chairman ot the NAACP were encouraged at these de- up from the ground. .An offi- 

alion of Motion Picture Pro- commiltee. the Bilimore has velboments but "v\e- are cer- cer followed her. twisled her 

ducers. At that meeting a" gen- given emplo\ment to two per- tainly not satisfiecl with token jarm, and then handcuffed her 

(Continued on Page 4i imaiienl waiters and fi\e Wait-i (Continued on Page 4) \ (Continued on Page 4J 


I pni- not seeking,,' 
want bnd will not ai 1 1 lot 
inaiKin h.r Congrcs's,'' 
, \^■ith those words 
r hiiued out of i,-ip 

re-- in 'the I'lst d -irict.-Hf 
Iniiday tr 
soiigin K- 


( Ml 

■m-uie the st.atement 
a cnmmiiiee that hndl 
draft him Jor ihe contest. 

■ Miller assighed "peisfinal rea 
sons" for his decllnai;.i!i and 
expre.ssed gratitude and tha-nkf 
'o members of the c.iir.miitef "' 
thai sciu£;ht ii, drafi hiiii, lU i 
s.-iid that he uoiild r|>,vain' ac- 
lue.in comiiumiix affairs. 

.\\owed cundidatcj lor \(thf ■ 
_'Nt (oiii^iessiuiial diii.tii<-t racti ' 
are .Assemblyman Atigiisius F" 
Ifaukins and -Atty,, Kverett*^ 
Porter. 


Van Buren Although Newton Street .Tuve- 
assailant. Belaski ^le j,,^ „^ ,.p^.^,,^ ^^ ^_^^. 
uas taken to (.eneral Hospital ,,,,,3,^ incident about 10' pm 

111' criticil condition.^ lo,-. <..»,, .-Hc,, „;„u. .i ,- ', * 

.^ lasi .>diuiaay njght.- the Lagle 

A I --o slashed was Joe Ballard., was infornied that police 'offt-- 

bwK^ndcr, who had been work- cevs lieat up fc?fo teenagers and 


who had been work- 
is a •flxmncer. " He was ihoir piother ifilthe neighborhood 
itablifd on fhe forehead and in ot 2.=ith street aiid Naomi avenue' 
the -abdomcii. so badly that: all three were 

p.allai'd siiid, he was cut as knocked to the pavement. 

(Cj^tityted on Page 4t- ; Qcovse .Icfferson. 3,-,. and hie. 

sister Leona. 17. were holding a _ 
j^arly ii/their home wheji some 
outsiders barged in and started 
,-0 fight. The children's mother,. 
Mrs, .Teffer.son. told them the 
party was over and put Ihem all 

lOUl. ^ 

said b.v 

one of 

eorge'.s friends a little way 

orge at- 


\ 



/ , 


CHARGED WITH RIOTING 


h!f 


Hundreds 
Fight with 
Policemen 


--Tell of County Bias- 



Ffve men and one woman 
w^re filed on Tuesday on 
charges of riot growing out 
of a wild, swinging, rock- 
hurling melee irt Venice Sun- 
day night. 

An attempt by officers to 
handcuff ;inct ancst tuo young 
men soon flared up into a giant 
neigliborhix)d-\vide scramble, 
with hundreds of Negroes 
lani^ed against some 45 hastily 
^summoned policemen. 

SISPECT* ESCAPE 

Someone in the milling crowd 
iP[)oiledly shouted. "Dirty 
cops!' anrt the fight wa."; on. 

Before the tangle was un- 
Si rambled, three officers re- 
ceived minor injuries, several 
police cars were dented, the 
w indshields of some of the car.s 
were smashed by rocks and the 
tvvo handcuffed suspects had 
made their t^cape. 

Police Chief Willi.Tm Parker 
was quiik to state thai a "stale 
of anarchy" existed durmg the 
hour-long battle. 

^ CH.\KGED WITH RIOT 

Charged with, riot were 
Jackie Charles Shepard, 20. of 
675 San Juan place, Venice, son 
of the Rev. S. L. Shepard. p.astor. 
of the Church of God in Christ: 
Otis Todd, •::', of 672'-= Indiana* 
avenue; Ernest C. Smith, 19,! . ; . 

1219 Broadway: Clarence Carl- ^^^ .l^fV i" til? trial of 

lei, 19. MO Indiana a\rniie: I'f^aclied no deci.-ion Tuesday 

Charles Sidney .Mass. 18. of TU8 Since mid-morning on one of the longest misdemeanor 
Indiana avenue; and .Mrs. /Marie cases m recent Lcs Angcit'S history . 

Ledhetter, 39, of 632 Brooks The tiial commenced last, - " - 

avenue.' . Dec. H of Charles Don.Th ' 

All six were charged with FJoacs. .';2. deput.v pihlic de- 


16 County 

End Job Bias in 


t-5 


S3'liL 
QHVO'UH 



w Tola 




I'rcKlui-ed in 
THURSDAY. JAN. II, 1962 


I'TlM.n Sh'>p l.y Mc!i\liPrs nf I.uchIs X.r IT',. 

-2101 WEST VERNON AVE , LA. 8, CAEIE. 


Phone: 

AX. 5-3135 



Ouf-of-Town 


15c 


Extensive 
Prejudice 
Disclosed 


iiy BiKTE 


B.\RE COIJNTI' BI.\S — .Johiy'BuVgs. left, was 
one of a three membtn- committed that [)robed Coun- 
ty departments and found cvidc nee of wide-s})iead 
bias. George Thoma.'^. liglit. crilici/.rd re[K)it at 
Superv'isoi s meeting Tuesday lor nut providing 
remedy. (Adams). 


JFK Delays 
Order to End 
Housing Bias 


Jury ' Weighs Facts 
In Boags Bros. Trial 


WA.^HINOTOX Hopes f..r'nii 
•\e. utne order ha.Tiiing d:s- 
. inninalion in federally assist- 
ed h.iusine were dampened ihi.s 
\' eek as administration suppoil- 
c'=; leaked out v.oid that the 
president uon't art until Con- 
urr-s adiounis some time next 

the -Boap;s brothers had fall 

ni^hl, aft'M- deliberating 


iCpniinued on Page 4' 

Oxnard Walter 
Kills Himself in 
Friend's Home 


fender, and .\t!v. Rohi rl Hoai^-s, 
.■').5, on fue counts each involving 
drunkenness. . rti>tur')in'.^ the 
peace, interfering; W'lli an offi- 
cer, .and two ClVint.^, nf liilli'MV. ; 

! On th^e stand this p:i.-' week 
both Boaijs l:ri:lhcr dcri.'-d alj 
charges and in addition (l'<i;'!lcd 
a list of l>>;itin"s th"; :.,■.( were 
administered to them by arr 
resting ofttrers a::r' oilier offi- 
cers at Wilshlrc statn,n. 

Confir'nal ic'i of p rt of, 'he 

brutality lestinionv came imiih 

Rithcd Fl "^mitli, rr,, at 1227\v,iich Commandn- S-;. W,Mry. 

• , ■-tif^ri Oxnard. \\:;.s found who testified th^^t h^ and r.,:h- 

■^■■id in rh.e home of a friend p.-t Koags' ai!.-,. ne;. . Climrie 

Santa Barbara about fiworre!!. opened I'-.edoo;- t,, a 


THcCk 


n 


7111. Friday, 
cmple. 

Bt)lice listed the death as 
Lide. 


M\.\ OK THK \E.\B 

M,\ Man i;f The Year, is a 
f>.l!()v. ';:, ' '.r --pp 1' Robert 
L. T. .^'Hith. l-n the first place. 
It! h\c<: in .laikson. Mis.si>,sippi. 
and has lived tlierp, or 
thci e. all of his life .\ny 
i.ho spends a liletime in 
hot through the ,-nom at the st:u;rn uhcre tney Mm :s entitled to 
..' lienrd a !'>ud commotion. aniouni of o'cdit in 

^ui- Sri. K.-'hler sa:d that he s.iw '"^ >cais of his life." I know; I 
D-naM r.cM-..- d-sped over a la- --Peni thiee weeks there one 
Smith, who had Ix-en a waiter ble, head down, and Robert -^fternfion. In the next place. Mr. 
at the Colonial House in 0.\nardiK(^.gs on the fioor, with one offi- 
for me past 10 years, was thelcer choking him and another of- 
husband of Frankie Nash Smilh.lficer, B. f". Sha'.v. punch:. 1,^ him 
Eagle correspondent. , in the ston;ach. 

Mrs. Smith w.as unable to shed He testifie;! t;;at he i.-.siied "an 
any light as to the immediate order, "Sha\'.., .slop'" 
cau.se of her husband's tragic: XVQiiell corroborated the ser- 
geants .statements. 
Don'iM Boags denied that 
n Oxnard he was drunk or dis(»rderly, 
^ and v.a.s and claimed thai on the 


action, hut said that he has been 
despondent for som.e m^intlis. 

He had been living 
for the past eiirht yea 
married to Frankie -Nash th:ee 
jears ago. 

The funeral was held \Vfdne>- 
day mornifl?; at 9 a.m.. ,\ith 'ne t 
Merropolita'n Funeral Home in 
charge of arrangements. 


Neck Broken in 
Christmas Eve 
Fight, Man Dies 


•Aa\' to the station the arrestin^l 
oft .' s s;i;;. !< him on t!>e side' 
with t:ip arrest hook. In the .sia^' 
lie -aid. he was s'lin,; onto 
•|ie table and that alf he re-^ 
;';Ci"bers was that he «Vas bemKJ 
bea'cn. ]'." .-aid his head hin't ; 
<o baiily that he could not re- 
pair |ust what happened. 

W\\. (ierald l.^enoii , who 
represented Donald Bbags, said 
that if, the verdict goes aRainst 
his client he will most certainly 
appeal. 


■' Willie H, Martin. ?>2, of: 1721 v«x„, D««:ctr«»:«r. 

K. 102nd street, died at (renerai ^oter Registration 

Hospital last Thursday as a re- Drive Set by NAACP . 

suit of injuries receive* in a Lionel C uie of the Complon 
fight with a man known asxAACP'and Ted Wright of the 
"Wash" on Dec. 24. .^ Los Anccies branch of the as- 

. Hospital diagnosticians _ .re- soc-iation announced the oponin- . . . ., . , 

ported the man was suffering of a vi-ifer reeistration drive in keepin<: the Xcs'roes away from' JACK.SOX, Miss, - - The Mis- 
from a fractured neck and a Compfi-:i Si'ii'-day. Jan. 13. and the polls ihrouch violence and ^.'^^'PP' •'ou-'^p of Repre.senta- 
twisted.back when he was ad- in Los .-Nn.^cles a week later on by,' deliberate vote counting'' ''^'f"^ pas.sed a resolution Tliurs- 
mitted to the hospital. .Saturday. .Jan. 2ii. 

„.Mrs. Grace Martin, wife of The drives aim at registering; .jU^lucs were simply told 
the dead man, tofd police that every eligible voter in Los An- many votes they needed in cer-j'^'^''^'^ galleries. 


Smith has reared nine children 
and as the bedraggled father of 
two I can testify that he has 
responded above and beyond the 
rail of duty. All of that 
uindow dressing. 
Ihe real rea.son I have named 
.Mr. Smith Man 
of The Year is 
that he has de- 
cided to run for 
ConRre'fS. H e 
wont l)e elected 
bur it!*' time 
Mississippi had 
a chance to le- 
'turn to its 
.proud iradi- 
■ tions. .\tler all. 
It is the only slate that ever 
seat a Ne'_;ro -.two of them in 
fact— to the Senate. It's quite a .. 
descent from a Negro senator I "^'^ 
to James O. Kastland but thing.sl 
have been Koin?: downhill in thel 
slate for many years. The last 
XeL,'ro to hold the seat to which 1 
.Mr Smith aspires was a fellow 
by llie name of John R. Lynch. 
VICTORY BY FXl KK 
l.viK h won his last election in 
1875. by a tluke of sorts. The; 
Democrats were busy dl-ivJnKi 
the Republicans out of power byi 


The c\i Msc '6r iii.iction is tlie 
s;i'iie a<: thai olfered last yeai ■ 
the administration can't afford 
to oflend southern Demoi ^atie 
congressmen whose support it 
needs for passage of other do- 
mestic lecislation. 

In .August 1960. Pre.sident Ken- 
nedy, then a candidate for the 
office Jie now holds, poiivled out 
that the Civil Ri'jhts Commis.sioti 
had urged the issuance of such 
an order eleven months earlier. 
He called attention to the fart 
that President Fi.senhower had 
ignored ifle Commission recom- 
mendation. 

M''. Kenned.v \> ent on lo say 
h.i^ \\v- I>>iiii»ii.t'i. pain ;S4.ii- 
forti called for such an order 
and said that hoiisinp disi rim- 
near iii.ition could be ended "by a 
man stroke of the prfsidential pen." 
.lack- Up would, he said, issue such 
a lertain n,i- order as soon as he became 
the declin- president 

White Hoii'^e sources now say 
thai the president is determined 
to add a department (^f urban 



the new tx)st will he filled by 
Robert Weaver. Kennedy-ap- 
nointed head of the Housini; and 
is just {-fgn^p Finance Aeency. It is ar-: 
cued that issuance oX the exeeii-| 
tive order on housing - would 
rouse southern opposition to the 
proposed cabinet depattmenj as 
well as jeopardize the adminis- 
tration's leRislativf pfo?ram. 

The argument eoes that pro-' 
ponents of the lousing otder 
should he willinc 'o vvait until 
Congress aduMiin< By that 
time Kennedy spokesmen sa\. 
the president will have pushed 
most of his legi'slatixe program 



Sixteen county depart- 
ments, Tuesday were; [given 
90 days to "clean house" of 
prejudice and reiwrt back to 
the Board of Supervisors 
I'oltowinK the pi-esentalionj of an 
c.xiensive p.cihe thai di.-!closcd 
widespread bias in llie cclunty's 
iiinnt; and pioinniiooal p<j)!icies. 
Winle nil- 11; ' !tep;'it|menls 
>■.• cLsi.'ii'icd out for riiticism, 
,^.i ininiho' m! ():hi:- (Jep.,arioMJn1s 
' .V ' ! e, f'liir.d i.i pr.-ii'iire liiore 
-'.111 !l' r.ii i! s ..f (ti=. I iiiiin.-iiion. 
j SlOtlON B^ HAHN 
V^•<^■.<^ n,.:.^j;i ui Sii.po'i \ isdc 
Kt-i:iiciii Ihiiiii. f()lli;winL,".a 45- 
mlHiiic liediuiL;. ihe Board o? 
.sunnv :.s,;i s ajiprovcd the -i-eport 
with the additional provisions 
ih{ii 111 'Ke lb departments ,are- 
■o itepoit birk lo the suiK-rvi.sors 
•.Vitilin-4U. du.^ s: i2i the variius" 
depanmcni. aic iii-.qc.l- to iitili/e 
Vi^e sc!\i/cy (if jhc County's 
niimaii Hpla!i,,iis CompTission^ 
to ic\,inip their policies; and 
i"?! the Ci\il .Service Commis- 
sion is to rp\ iev\- it-- pKu edures 
01; iiirini; piihcies in areas un- 

licr I'-S rcntlOl. 

ll.iiins r>rinK)sal.,- were made 
follow inr; present, -u ions by 
I icorie Thomas, on behalf of 
..the Community Relations Com- 
mittee, who cri'iici/edjthe probe 
for'not yoins; tar enou.i;h and for , 
not providing remedies; :Max 
.Mont, area directar of tJi 
Jewish Labor Coin.miltee, who 
•drew special attention to civil 
seiMie practices; and Moican 
AL Mijten, of the N.A.^CP. whc 
iCrintinued on Pac;e 4) 


Loren Miller 
Won'tEiiter 
Race in 21st 


o not 
nom- 


PICKFH' PAR.\MOl NT -^ Led by 

Caleb Peterson.- iiresident of the Hol- 
lywood Race Relations Bureau, picket.^ 
matched" outside Paramount Studios 
in Holl\AVood from 12 noon lo 1 p.ni. 


Monday. The bureau is demanding rej- 
.sentation of Negroes in movies on a 
; rue-to-life basis as doctors, lawyers, 
.students, firerrien ^and 'in all other 
spheres of activity. (Adams I 


NAACP Frowns on 
Hollywod Pickets 


The Holh'wood Raci 


t 


Relations Bureau, with its 
^hroush Congress, will have es- president, Caleb Peterson, at the head of the ime. 
tablished the cabinet depart- picketed Paramount Studios Monday. La.st Thin sday they 
ment and will ha\e named the .picketed MGM and Columbia. Saturday night 
Negro to a cabinet post '" ■- — 


Bar Owner, 
Bouncer CUt 
By Drinker 


Miss. House 
Bars Negro 
Spectators 


as doctors 
• [ 
shoppers, fsludent: 

workers in fact 


New Orleans 

To Segregat'e 
Mixed School 


fiiauds.' Democratic e!eclioni^''>' "i"' would effectively bar 

,j,P^^. I XepToes from .sitting in the lej.;- 


marched outside Grauman's Chinese Theaterl 

The pickeliiiK. s.iid Peterson,. 
is designed to pressure the stu- 
dios into casting .Xegnx^s in 
roles as doctors, lawyers, i lerks 
[act o r y 
in lacl, as they ap- 
pear til life. 

IMTl.VI, Sl'(.-< KS.S 

Tliis-..is the same dem.uid the 
X..\ACP and its Hollywood .Aili- 
Mties Committee, heade<l hy 
.Mrs. Ma<;L;ie__ Hathaway, h.is 
been workinc on fei" months in 
a sn ui^tile in whuh they have 
already chalked up initiil sue - 


One 
)w iier 

they i-">-', w 

se\ erely 
-— mc bv 


i' 'aiie haiieiiiders and the 

i»fi the Prcjtts- Cirl Bar. 

I .,.,...... .,1. ,, ., .. pj.p 

morn- 


Adams hl\d 
cu; early Sund 
■a customer who 


d.l w 
la\^mc 


hadi 


'jl .am not .s^ekin?. I 
waVii and Will not aciepl 
inalion lof ConrnT-ss.'-' 
u With tho.-e wojds. ^Loreii Mill 
er bowed out nf tner:^ce tia 
Con-Ve-s in' the 21st idi-trict. Hf 
made the statement Monday lr 
a comminee- that had sou.^hi Hi 
lirafi him lor llie con'tes|. 

-Miller assigned "fjersonal r^.t 
<ons" for his declination anr^ 
e,\pressed graiinide and ihank? 
'o members of the cominiltef 
that s(.ut;ht to draft him, Hf 
sjini that he would remain ac- 
tive in cGinmunitv affairs. 

.\\()we(l candidates lor thf 
21st (onyressioiial district rac* 
are Assembl.vman Au.gustus Y 
Hawkins and .Atty. Lveretls 
Porter, j 


XKW oiu.i:axs 

;\ .New Qiieans 


cesses 


her husband had been knocked geies County 
down and stomped by a man in 
front of 1721 E. 102nd street 
about 9 p.m. on Dec. 24. She 
-said she took him to General 
Hospital that same nisht. 


I Continued oh Page 4) 


Shuttlesworth 
Denied Appeal 
By High Court 


The motion, passed apparently ,„.,i^.j,^ 
without dissent, provides that no, 
person shall be admitted to the 
gallery unless he has a card 
signed by a lecislator. 

The motion was a little loo 
raw even for Mississippi sena- 
'ois. .\ similar motion in the 
Senate met opposition from 
, , , , ,,, , !^c\eral sources, .Sen. W. M. 

no war has been declared and although j„,,^, ob,e<ted on the grounds' 
jthe offfcial (losition , of the State Department is that that while he doo.sn't see any- 
I American combat troops are not needed, uniformed "thintr wrong about segregation,: 
i American troops, commanded by American officers, are he thinks it's "a disgrace if we 
fighting in the front lines of the guerrilla warfare in flon't have a place for them " 
C. — Revs. South Viet-Nam's 


U.S. Soldiers Said 
Fighting in Viet-Nam 


Youth Sebs 
Officer Beat 
3 in Family 

.•\Itiiou.£;h Xewton Street Juve- 
nile had no record of any' uh- 
Hospital jy^Vard incideijt about lu'p.m. 
"last ."Saturday' iiiffht. the lia'Tle 
s. hool bii.ird. on t|ie !)iete\t th.it .'Mso slashed was Joe Ballard, was inform.ed that police offi- 
.\c'.^io .<clicKils aid over<i"wded. bartender, who had beep work- ceis beat up two teenagers and 
and the X.-\ACP takes '''"''^ '''j''"<' ^'■'"' "P •'<'" -^ IMc- ing as a "bouncer." He was their mother in the neighborhood 
Donogh Xp. 19. wihere this year stabl)ed on the forehead jand in of 2.ith street and Naomi 4veniie 
five .Xe^nx-s attended (lassesjthe abdomen, >o tadly ;that all three i 

along with l.'i w;hiles. will be-| Ballard said he was :cut as knocked to the pavejilent.i 


lieen di inking becjr all day and 
all limht. 

.'ithnny Relaski. l.s, the tar 
■ iwne.r. v\as found h.\' police ly- 
ing iHi. the sidewalk outo^ide ihis 
csi;ihlishnient. bleeding pi ofiSse- 
f\'v of 'lie h' from a itit in the abdomen. 
si-ho.ils ihat He named Sherman Pierce Mos- 
ilesegi eualedjSamid hate .ind fey. ''I. of 2()39 S. Van Buren 
noting la-'t year -is alOTut lo he pl.'ice. a-j his assailant". Belaski 
segregated oiueimoic. was taken to Ceneral 

Tlie Xcw- Oilcans Parish '" ''''dif'"' condition. 


sharp issue with the bureau's 


were 


Although 


ha.s 


In a st.ilemcnl issued o\er 
the signatures of Prcs. Fdward 
D. W.uTcn and Mrs. Hathaway, 
llie XA.-\CP repudiated the 
picketing 

"\Sp'e do not endorse the .ic- 
ti\-ilics (rf Caleb P.-ter-on or his 
organi/alion." said the sla'e- 
ment. "For several months we 
ha\e been working v\ilh repre- 
sentatives of 'he Holl\A\ood mo- 


«ome all-Negro. 


(Continued on 


P.aKei4( 
i - 


Hotels Begin Hiring 
Negroes as Waiters 


Although there has been no beating of the drums, ,,„ _ . 
lion picture and television in- several of 44ie city's hotels have been quietly hiring Negro^^^^.j^ ^^^ 
dustnes on Ihe subject of ... . ... 


George Jefferson, I,"), ai)d his 
sister Leona. 17. were holtjing a 
party in their home when som? 
outsiders barged in and started 
.■> fight. The children's mother; 
■*.Irs Jefierson. told them the 
party was over and put thern all 
(>,it. 

The intruders were said b.v 
' .en to be attacking on^ of 


jungles, ac- 


WASHIXGTON. D 

Fred Shuttleworth and J. S. 'cording to James Robinson, Far 'Viet-N*am> have told me we 
Phifer lust their appeal before ; Eastern foreign correspondent, must win this war even if we 
the i Supreme Court this week. 'for the National Broadcasting 
The two ministers were arresJedjCo. 

in 1958 for not moving to the "Like it or not — adm.it it or 
back of a Birmingham bus and not — we are involved in a 
had been found guilty of disord-. 


erly conduct by the state courts. 
; City Atty. J. M. Breckinridge 


have to militarily attack North 

Viet-Xam." 
On Sunday an "American en- 
shooting war! in Southeast gineer, Clyde F. Summers, of 
Asia," he stated on the NBC-TVJEl Monte, died in Saigon fol- 
show Friday night in New York i lowing wounds inflicted by 


of Binninghara said that the ap-peaturing annual reports from members of the Viet-Cong. rebel 

peals to both the federal ^d 

state courts were filed top late 

lo comply with court rules. The 

Supreme Court denied the ap- 

1^ without comment. 


correspondents around the fighters in South "Viet-Nam 
world. The A.ssociated Press story 

MAY ATT.-\CK .slated that Summers was shot I 

He at ') stated that "t'nited from ambush Saturday 12 miles 
States olficials there tin South! (Continued on Page 4) 


Featured 

in the Eagle 

Church Activities „. ..5 

Editorials „! 4 

Bill SraaDwood .. 7 

^>orts 6 

Social „.7 

^how Business ....'. ...9 

Peopk ...„' _ 9 

Chazz Crawford 10 

Oxnard :^ 8 


friends a li-ltle way 

, , .. -• . — - street and Georg?, at- 

P*^''- waiters during the past two months, as a result of the <e,T,pije(i i^ go to his assistalnce 
irayal of Negroes and the em- fjght spearheaded bv the Labor and Industry Conunit-i His-^other held him lo keep 
k'?*^'^^', ot xegroes. The ^^^ ^j ^^^ ^og Angeles Branch of the NAACP. .Mm from getting involved. 

X.AACP feels that, the coopera- „,„p,^ ,,,3, j,^,^ placed"" -^ — Officers cam^ up at. this time 

tive basis of our relationship >;pgp^u ^ ,^p-^ regular staffs ers regularly serving banquets; and. according |to Nathanael S. 
with the enlei-tainment industry .^^^ ^^^ Bilimore. the Ambassa- the Ambassador has hired onejShiith, a Dorsey High -student 
m Hollywood is the proper ap- ^^^^ ^^^^ .\lexandria and .the in each category; the Alexan-^ 


that 


who w itnessed the incident, 
beat the mother, ^on and daugh- 


proach to any problems inai j^^^.g^jy Hilton In addition; the dria, eight permanent waiters; 

exLst in this field. ^ SdMa Anita Race Track Turf and the Beverly Hilton one ter on the head, neck and body. 

REACH L'N1>ERST.\NDING Club has hired several Negro- roonv service man, one perma-l George was then reportedly 
"Last Nov. 17 we participated waiters. • Ifleni and two regular banquet dragged into a police car and 

in a meeting of industry leaders According to Jesse D. Scott wa\ters. Icarted off. Leona ran into the 

called by Charles Borcn, exccu- and Ike .\dams, chanman afid %>«h and , Adams said theyjhouse. screaming after she got 
tive vice-president of the Associ- co-chairman of the XA.ACP Aj."ere encouraged at these de- up from the ground. An offi- 
ation of ■ Motion P'icture Pro- roriimiltee, the Biltmore. has v^elopments but "we are cer-'cer followed her, twi.sled her 
ducers. At that meeting a gen- given employmenf to two (ier- tainly not satisfied with tokenjarm. and then handcuffed her 
(Contuiued on Page 4) imaneni waiters ."uid fivp wait-i iContinued on Page 4) 


(Continued on Page i) 


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PARTICIPANTS— Participants of Val Love's Hair- 
line \'i€ws of '62" are shown during the happy 
finale of their presentation. This tl)ird annual af- 


fair, produced by Miss Love, shown center, was 
sjx)nsored by the Lovelyettes. 



Seek to Put 
Health Plan 
On Ballot 


CORE Issues ! 
Warning on 
ilFund Seekers 


- I Hfnry Ilodm-. nationiil vire- 

, cliairnian of CORE, warned the 

^j public 10 "beware of organiza- 

~ tions and individua's \vhj> desire 

to exploit •■ the Kreedom Ride 

movement in a statement re- 

lensod Tiiesdny. 

He s.iid "an or^ani/.Ttion 
frilled the Talifornia Freedom 
liide Comniitlee" lins been or- 
I'.'.ni/ed in I.os Angeles for the 
nllesod ■ piiriH'^e of collerlinw 
funds to hein tlie Kreertom Ride 
iii>\ement To^da'e. neither the 
Kreeiiom Rulers nor T, A CORK 
li.is received any of the innnies 
I oHected b\' this roniriiittep We 
.ire not alije to sa\' \\heve the 


i The Cahfcrtna Eagle Thursday, January 11, 1962 



•nuney has <Ton(- i)r for v. i 
piise it has been used.' 

A letter dated Jan. 
seel-cin.' endfirsement 
•^nhfornia Freedom Rid 
Mi'.itee plans and finant 


i:M pur- ■ 
i 
", 1%2 
.^r the; 
e Com- 
lal ern- 
■ Inhutions has been circulated 
A proposed State Constituticinal |„ the eomnmnily. Amoni the 
I \i;iendment to provide strMc fi- .i:,,,,,.s ,,f officers on the mm- 
nanced ciie to all Californi.ans niiitee <l;:tionei v are R"v. 
'was ,li!,-d v.i'h the Attorn. -y- C'. hi, le r:v,.ns. .hnirman. advis- 
ory ■ conniuitec; Woodrow Cole- 
:r,:ii!: an I Viiiett Ilartsf Lelil. 


AKRAN(iE SPKAKER'S. DATE — 

Harold L: Williams, program chair- 
man of the Talladega College Alumni 
Club, i.*^ shown arranging for a ."^peak- 
er for his group's Jan. 7 meeting' with- 


representatives of the Speakers' Bu- 
reau of the Family Savings and Loan 
Ass'n. From lcft:jMrs. Aberdeen Daw- 
son and Mrs. Cifrdciia Witt,' -associa- 
tion officers, and Williams. (Adams) 


BEAUTY CI LTl RE AW.ARDS — 

Evelyn Jackson, center, state pi-csi- 
dent of Alpha Chi Pi Omega, and Mary 
\'. Batiste, second from right, state 
Cosmetology Board cxj^irter, aie 
shown receiving awards at the \'al 
Love stvle show. From left: Hilda 


Spragin, co-chairman of the LoveT\'- 
ettes who sponsored tlie awards: Ruth 
Cunningham, of the National Council 
of Negro Women who made the pres- 
entation; Mrs. Jackson; Mrs. Batiste; 
and Mickey Whitfield, co-chairman of 
the award sponsors. 


denertfl last Fi'id.iy by the 
Committee for Health ui Cali- 
f irnia U'UK'i as the fnvi >icp 
111 its ciiiipamn to put-this f|iies- 
tion .on the 19«^.' ballot. 

CHIC's (hairman. .lohn Ham- 
mond of I'T'.'S' Canuilos Place. 
:sl;iied that "CHIC .volunteers 


si:m> to corf: 

r..'\ I A.ins said ' f don't 
kii"W a;ulhi;ii: aliout this let- 
!rr' I'm not irvf.Kerl .-mil ! know 
li.'h IV' of x\liat IS hanpenin'.^. 
If :'iivnil,' ■ has cor.tiihutions to 
jwill start circulatinc: petitions n: ike. send the'" to CO!lK." in 
Iwilhin the next two weeks. Near- an intei-view \\ii!i the T:\(;I,K. 
|ly h;r!f a millnin .si:;na!ures will C^lenian said he "rrvnr pave 
il)e need.-il. c m-ent for anyone to use his 

. Hammond .-idded that "..n the '^""i"' ^'^ '' I'^'ierhl^ad." Cole- 
t;a>is of various informal sur- 
vevs we feel' th-H ov.r- 


Lithographic 
Press Given 
To Trade-Tech 


Judge Finds 21 Youths 
Too Noisy, Sentences All 


\\ helmmt:, nia lonty of the pt'o- 
ple are in favor at ju--t sik h a 
ba^.c rhjiipe in the piesont f:- 


Tolladegans 
Hear Talk 
On Taxes 

Mciiibeis of the Talladepa 
CnlloL-e .Munmi IClub at their 
.'an. 7 meeiini; heard Cornell 
Kirkland. auditor and tax e.\- 
I'':!. t;r>e a l.u-l-filied talk on 
111" best wavs of handling ta.\ 
reiiirn.s for the rfia.ximum fir.an- 
rid advnntaL'.e. 

Kukland wis n p 1 e r 1 e d, 
il!ron_h ih,e as-.-'jaii'-e of the 
.'^'l eakei's' Ilurcau Of the i'"aniilv 
S-'vii:c:s and I.oanlAssn by 
H irnid I,. Willinnis, the eli.4'-- 
f':"-:! im < iiiiMiian, .;v. ho intri)- 
diiiid tire .■~pi\-iki'i-. Ijr. (Jeorj^e 
l-a.ithi^rs presided. 
• 'llie club, v\!iich niei,-*s the 
la -I .^un<!a.v of c.k ji month 


first organization to use the 
i newly established speakers' Eu- 
I reau of Faimily Savings. The 

seryiee Is offered at no charge! 
Mo citib f^icups intcrcst-cd in', 
i-MetariFiE; e.\prrts in such fields 
I as bpnkifi-.:. architecture, inte-, 

rior idecoralin-.:, i insurance and 

, . .1 : 

■politics. ; 


Whatever Ypu Have to Do 

Do It On 
Western Avenue 

' SEE THOSE 
.COTTON BOYS LIQUORS 
. : RE. 1-1320 : 


AIDS 

tor of \j 
senLs th 
the Cor 
donatioj 
voters 


■■f :■ 


'■'■'•'■K >*■!■w^''OK•:;*l^?^K■^^XK■^^t?x■;■N 


Wholeiale Dairy & Ice Credm 
Drivers Local No. 306 

1616 W. 9th ST., LOS ANGELES •! 
John .G. Marshall, Sec. 


'1 


me-dical economics." 
'The proposed amendment 

Twenty-one young men and wom.en students and ^'•'f"'''/''^^''' « demoeraticaliv 
'\ Hams L.<N' lathographi.-.formei' Students charged with disturbing the peace last 

'^^ Nov. 19 at an integrated party at the home of Levi 

Mon- 


Press has been don:!;cii i-y 
-Sunset Printint; In!c C'-.rnpanv 

to Los .\n';cl 's Ti a'lc-Tec hni- . • t-i- ■ ■ oi • .u i- /-. 

ral-.Collr^.e s Prmtin.- D^.pari- ^" • "^ ^■^'- '°" -■ "' ^^^ ^■ul)er.or Court 
ment. accoj-dur.; to .^:-- 'I't (;. 
.Johnston. ((XJidinator of t'le de- 
partment. 

The prcs.s is boin':: used for ., , ., ... 

the na7i;rs of those present and duct on the part nf the prosecu- 

thev were subsequently serveri tion " 

witli warrants for their arrest 

FI.XF.. PROIJ.\lI()\ 


King^ion. cne of the defendents. were found guilty 


Th" c-.rl.v m'irnu'i; party at, ^ ' 

■J7:'l) W Till s.rcet -' Was raidedi'The verthct," he said, "is con 
aficr a neiyhlxjr romplameditiMihctorv to the la-.v involved.' 
of tlie noi.s?. Police took downaddini: that 'there was miscon 


demonstration purposes m 
"Lithograpbie Presswoik I" 
classes. lau.£;ht .Monday and 
Wednesday eveninc;s from ^\:'M) 
to 9:30 h> Itie sci-iools cvahir^ 
division instructor Ted Stanford. 


24 HOUR SERVICE AT.. 

Tommy Tucker's 


Kivea three weeks suspended rest warrants on disturbance of 
R sentenc es. fined S2."> eacti plus the [)eace oavs after the al- 
court rosis and put on psobation leged offense - as v,as done — 
for a }car. is hiqhly unusual. ' 

De'-^n.-e Atty. Herl)ert Porter One v-eteran officer with 
said he would appeal the ca.se. vear 



Traffic Engineers 
Sought by City 


Tt 

aff 

.• K 

nm 

leei inc 

.Vssisi- 

aiils 

:■[ 

ner 

■led 

by the 

Ciiy of 

l.< .s 

.\i 

■ -p!"s 

to 

assist 

in solv- 


administered .state He.tith .Sc- 
vice which would guarantee .-I'l 
i:"( essary heal'h care to a:| 
Californians. iet:ard!e-NS of lac e, 
color, crerd ,n- ecjiiomic cir- 
cumst.inces. 

It would cuar;iniee the pa- 

lienfs free choice of doctor and 

hospit;il as well as the riKJifto 

oli'ain health care outside ihe 

.Service. DcK-toi s' 

in the serv M •^ 

>n.il. 

Hea'Iiii .Sotvicc 
through existing 
j;ove'rnment acencies but would 
retain supervisory respon.sibji- 
ty. Preventive niednine would 
be einphasi/ei! 
The co.-it would lie pijPpaid' 
on the force -sai.1- on the throus)! an income tax. irnia- 
stand he had never he,,rd or ,1,.^,^ r,,imated at al>,ut 1'. 
known of such a procedure be- pp^ cent in addition to federal. 
ini; followed. ^,.„p 3,,^ i^,.,,, f,,,^^,^ current- 

Deputy C-,ty .\itv. Karl Han- ,,. ^p,„,^ „,,,j^ available. 
son maintained that the only 
issue in tlie case involved the 
excels n'" e and rowdinoss of 
the d'^tcndanls. Porter counter- 


:--an oflue m.ina'.er nf l'..\ 
Cfji;!-:. broiii;hl the letlei .to the 

ittention of the T-'.NCI.K. He r.nid 
h" .had w Diked vvitli Mabuel 

Toillev. lifted on the letter as 
natifiallv riisa.strous system i,i '■•^<^^-»nyo d, re-tor of the com- <lecl.td Mi s. Vida V.KIdii unJ- 

n-itiee. in the p.ist lo ^et pefipl*' :in;inc;al .secretarv and nam^d 
.ntej-csteri in the Freedom Ride Orpheus Jones, vice pre^>lde^lt.. 
m'Aement. ''"^ (-h.iirman of iho W'.iys and 

.\ttoi-nev Trnett Trii'<^f'eM -^b-ans (■o-imilice. which iwas 
>; itr 1 tli.it he allowed ^^•lnuel 
Taljcv to ose his name '-when 
I Ih' uehi this W.-I.S-- the same or- 
",-ini'afion as the croup soon^or- 

11',' the Freedom Rides. When T 
fiMind th.-it the t^ponsorinc: trroup 
w is CORK. I wiote Tallcv a let- 


:^;X-:;:#;V«B^?5:v3S"Kr^-^':: 



chirced vvilh the task of braii;- 

:'i re, ■n'>e'iilaiions for an 
.-i-iiiual fiind-raiMn^ affair' at the 
l-'c' ■! .i:;!'\ n''cc' m •. 

-Mciv.licrs of .I<ines' con''mittee 
■ ire .M!.s. Annie Laurie .Ad.-ims. 
Mrs. Sunoia Johnson a'lid Dud- 


May The California Eagle Continue 
I In Its Good Work 

With Very Best V/isHei 

Communication Workers 
of America 

LOCAL NO. 9505 ALHAMBRA 


^T 


.State Health 
P.. lice i.'i court admitted- under participation 
ith Iliat they had not knocked would be opt 
Tii\\ uill be' f+.i.-irailv sen- before en'eriP!^ Kin','stoM's apaiM- ji,p' ^,.,,p 
ic.i. ed .Ian. ^'^i. but all were ment and that the servuiR of ar- would work 


W'!- a-ki.'i'.' wii.v there were two 'ey loney. -- 

'-.'roups. He never answered """^ Hostess Ccmmittee. head- 
m.e ■' ■ ed by Mrs. Ruthdiro'her.s lien y 

and includin'^ Mrs. .\dnms. Dr. 
and Mrs. Hrolhcrs ar.d Mrs 
CainPlia T-'.arnes served re- 
I freshmcnts loilo-v'.inj; the busi- 
I ness session. 
i The Tallede; 


1: 


Polio Clinics Open 
Each 2nd Thursday 

Tiie luw- rost Poliomyelitis- 
Tetanus Immuniz.-ilion Clinics 
of the Southwest Health Coiin- 
• li. v^ ill )>e held the .'fpcond 
Tnursdny of eaih monlb, with 
the fust scheduled this vear at 
:'.S\\ .S. Western avenue, at 6-8 
[■,m. toda.y, Jan. ]L ' 


riub was the 


Best Wishes To My Many Friends t 

Beacon Appliance Service 

All Makes of Appliances 


608 NORTH McCLAY 


SAN FERNANDO 


EM 1-5145 


f ANTASTIC SALEl 

SELLING!! 


^'. 


inc; man.v of the complex traffic ed with tlie claim that the- main (i,.,-,i 
problcrr.s. bcln current and fu- issue m the case was sei;rc-^:a- 
turc. acrordi.iy^ to Joseph W tion. "N ::-e was a collateral- 
Hawthorne. Kcneral manaf^er issue." he sa.id. "The younR 
of the Civil Set vice Department, people were disiurbinr; the peace 


H.-inimond cm[)hasi/ed tiiat "~ 

"tiie experience of ii9 countries medical system and shoulc! he 
around the world has shown ii.-iiionw i ie. CHICs 1 a;-;ip.-iiLn is 
that such a system is b<ith prac- the first sto in t!ii« ;<chicvp- 


and a v.'isl in-inrov emcnt men' of a 
o'.er the present fee-for-service v u e for a! 


X.itii.nal Heaitli Ser- 
I Ameraans." 


BAIL BONDS 
5113 W. Pico 

(WEST OF REDONbO BLVD.) 

WE 7-3766 

JERI DUNN 

JOHN KIGH 

TOMMY TUCKER 


BOAXE REPAIRING 
MOTOR TUNE-UP 

JORDAN'S 
AUTO SERVICE 

Specializing in 
Foreign and American Repair* 

ADELL W. JORDAN - 

. WEbster 9-6594 

5163 W.Adams Blvd. 

Los Angeles 16, Calif. 


the peace of mind of the sejj- 
re';alioaists -' 

Afti ;- be.irin'^' tesumony in the 
three-(la\ tri.il. Jud:;e Kathleen 
Parker tound all defend.ints 
L'uiltv. 


BAKED FRESH DAILY ' 
BOWIE PIES 
LEADING PIE MAKERS IN THE WEST 


Pies, Cakes, Donuls, Coffee Cakes, Decorated Cakes 
for all Occasions — Restaurants, Grocers, InstitufiSns 

4607 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES 


AD 1-1138 


ED GAITHER SEZ: 

"Today You Caij Buy ... ^ 

the Low, Easy Bank Way at 

MANSION HOUSE 

3601 SO. VERMONT RE 1-2379 

Open Daily: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


CLOTHtERS 


MEN'S GLOTHJV^G STOCK 
AT SAVINGS UP TO 70% 

ALL OUT SALE ! \ 

FINAL REDUCTION 


the .^i 

JVooc: 1 
,0th .q 
is the 

'To! 

Wol 

--A 

of the :■>] 
of.Tc.'-. 
at Cat-n 
Tne i- ■' 
r)r. iifi 
r. ;hc ill 

- -f 1 he 

al Chuicl 
\.ci siiA ; 

T^ic.:;r 
'■Hlii.^; 
j,ow . ' ) i| 
C. -'.T;:^ 

>Ten of 
pa.e c; :| 

ing -i' 
- Nornsr. 
tbat "liip 


nick 




SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCL\riON 


2512 «CUTH CENTRAL AVtNuE 
LOS ANGELES II. C ALt FOR N I A 

ADams i-8|ia 'i 


CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITIO^. 
as of December 31, 1961 


We must sell this tremendous stock of domestic and imported 
men's cloithing and haberdastiery at give away prices. Our 
loss so your gain. 

Open Every Night 'til 9, Sunday 10 to 5:30 

Choose from thousands of qartnents . . . domestic and imporied fabrics. Ail- 
wool worsteds, gabardines, sharkskins, flannels, wool and mohair dacron 
polyester and wool, wool and silk mixtures, tweeds. CONVENTIONAL, CON- 
SERVATIVE and CONTINENTAL MODELS. Regulars, shorts, longs;' stouts, 
lonq-sfouts an d short-s tout s. Sizes 36 to 60. OPEN TH IS SUNDAY 10 to 5:30 


m 



ASSETS 

First Mortgage Loan ' . 

Other Loans 

Real Estate Owned 

U.S. Bonds and Stocks in FHLB 

Cash in Bank and on hand 

Office-iBuilding and Equipment (Net) 

Deferred Charges and Other Assets 


TOTAL ASSETS 


AU THAT IS NEWEST IN DESIGN is evident in »hi* elegant 
group that features graceful curved line* of Gleaming Brat* 
-and Deft Filigree Details, accentuated with Glittering MuKi- 
Colered Jewels at the MANSION HOUSE, 3601 South Vermont 
Avenue. , 

BUY IT TODAY . . .ENJOY IT IN EVERV WAYI 


LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL 


S^^vinqs Account 
Advances from F.H.L.B. 
Other Liabilities 
Deferred Credits 
Guarantee Capital Stock 
Reserves and Undivided Profit 


$13,577,079.80 

104,527.47 

182,769.20' 

;.V, 102,559. 18 

946,310.43 

81,868.28 

8,828.29 

$16,003,942.65 


13,011,766 87 

750,000.00 

246377.05 

90,446-46 

28,000-00 

1,877,352.27 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $S0-$55 
NOW 


NONE HIGHER 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $75 

*30 

NONE HIGHER 


ANY SUIT 
IN^ THE HOUSE 

'Reg. $95-$110 
^ NOW 


NONE HIGf^ER 


LEl 

IN 

Elec 
Grocl 

CdshI 
PBX 
IBM 
Offset 
Day j 

TRAir 
Ma| 

FREE 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg^ $125-$! 35 


NOW 


NONE HIGHER 


Any Sport Coat 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $25-$30 
NOW ^lU 

Any Reg. $45-$50-$60 
NOW ^20 

NONE HIGHER 


SUITS 
TOPCOATS 

From Regular 
Stock 

NOW ONLY 

'10 


TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $16,003,942.65 

Interest rates just raised to 4.6% ,per annum, compounded quarterly. 


$4.50 
ARROW 
SHIRTS 

Incl. White 

M.89 


T 


ANY SLACKS 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $10-$12.50 

NOW ^3 
Reg $14-59 fo $19.50 

NOW . ^8 
NONE HIGHER 


SHIRTS] 

3.95 VALUE 

ODD LOTS 

AS IS 

$100 


I for 


■*■ 


MEN'S 

DRES§ 
PANTS ' 
Value to 7-95 

r; M.98 


. HATS 

,VAIUE 
a TO 2-95 


. 


fREE INFORMATION . . . 


BAIL BONDS 


Contact "CELES" KING, III 

4233 CENTRAL 

AD. 3-6161 
24 Hr. Service 


Any Sport 
SHIRT 

In the House 

Value to'SS.SS 

NOW 

M.89 


$6.95 KNIT 
Sportshirts 
NOW . 

^3.49 


SPORT 
SHIRTS 

Any Seg. to 
$8-95 NOW- 

^3.89 

NOW 
Noive Hinhep 


Regular to 

$32.50 

SLACKS 

NOW 

n4.oo 


$12.95 

SWEAtERS 

NOW 

^6.89 


USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD OR INTEftNATIONAL CHARGE 

326 SO. BROADWAY 


DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES 


Fr** Parking at John's Auto Park 2 Doors North 


f 


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48( 


. I 


o 


1, 1962 


■Bu- 
Loan 
Daw- 

30cia- 

3) 


i 


-5145 



2 Angelenos in 
Miss. Jail Say 
Mail Held Uo 



AIDS RECALL — The Rev. Edward V. JTill, pas- 
tor of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, left, pre- 
sents the Rev. H. Hartford Brookins, chairman of 
the Committee for the 10th District Recall, with a 
donation to help "protect and maintain the right of 
voters to express their choice of leadership." 


Alf- 
jcron 

:;gn-^ 

[outs' 
[5:30. 


SE 


S 
SE 


rs 

1.95 


.00 


North 



Freedom Ruicis Ai ihui 
Bi.....;, .ird llerln'ii Mann, An- 
gelenos uho are in j;ul in Jark- 
son. Miss., stalcrt !hi.s ueek ^h^^ 
their mail i.s beint: tampered 
uith. 1 

In a li'iUT lo .\Ir.v Tloe* a 
Ranil. \ irf-rhaiinijin of 1. ..\. 
CORK. .Mann said tliat he and 
Brooks "aie kepi ineiinununi- 
cado . ... 11 sro:ns as Ilv«ii;h all 
news iia.-; .stopped cnniin.; here 
. . .' Theii mail i.4 checkt-d as 
i' enlers and as it i.n sen) m.l ol 
the jail, iie said. 

He asked that ' n leilei U 

sent , to the Postir.asler (.crcrai 

in \\ashmL;lon. «ilh a copy i ■ 

the postmaster in .laiksun. ad- 

; vls;n<: them of the postal \iola- 

iribns" in Hinds County Jail. 

These two Freedom Rider.-- 
' ohose to remain in jail for six 
months rather iijan come out 
[on ^^^^- b) buy Lucky l.a^^er were dis- 

L,A. CORK nienihers write iril^ted in fp.til of Hahan's 
them often. .M-.s. Rind said, but Market y,i\9 \V. Adams blvd 
they receive little oth.T m.iil |;,.-tj Friday afioin<Mjn as the .s. 
.Stje asked uiher iiileiested le.^.- leitive biiyin- pri)i:iaiii enierei 
deiHs to write lo .Xithuf Bt.Kiks ,is funth week, 
and Herlieit M.mn.-Hinds C.>u 
IV Jail. Jack.siin. .Miss 


Cranston to 
Pay Visit to 
Local Groups 

.state C..:it:,illcr .M, ]. ("ran- 

'Slon will \i-it the West Adams 

' cnivirmrfity lonion i)\'.\ il-'riday, 

Jan. iL'i. lie will spend the day 

cuiifen .;r; v. iih r ii m m unit y 

leaders .i.nd '.imip-; [viini-. nj, :ii- 

terc>i in tlie .IinIim; 

. .\ltc|- ,(11 kiI.hiimI : 111.'; 'I'll I.; 


Thursday, J-jtiuary 11, 1962 The California Eaqle— 3 


AI.AN CR.A.NSTON 

'Don't Buy' 
Drive Shifts 
To New Site 

I.e. diets a^k:!!.; the public 'not 


u ilh 111'' ( oiiiiiiliii!l\ pi e>,^. til 
be he'd ai the If.iiiw.-iv I-.-, now 
Oliice. I'i aiisl'iiv \mII luni h wiUij 
.1 small mnup !•[ Ini-iiie.-s and! 
. i\ ii Ic.nici s .It live Watkins, 
ilolel. d.s( 11S.-.111,,. with them hi.^ 
duties .IS st.ite coniiollei and 
iii.i'ii-rs 1.1 iiUi'icsi III ir.'i . iiir.- 
mu.'i.ix. ■ I 

\'i^l!s In till' (, hll ill II ■- Iliillll 
.s^M-iet\, till' Siiuliiwi's' .Medic.i' 
Center, liie .hiii.in r.i>R.s .Medica 
liuilduT.: and tiie Con.solid.'ited' 
.Re ilt\ Bii.ud will be rap;>ed b> i 
,1 co:n!nunii> receiition at the' 



Bid; LK.-\(irKli.S— Pnilr.s.^u.nal ba.sV-- 
ball players' ffoin an.i.s the nalion 
camo to (■on:.j!aUi!;i1.e aiul support tiic 
Gullivor Travel. A,Q;(.ncy at its rcrtont 
fjrand oiirninp; at L'GUi S. WoKlmi 
avcn^o. Shown from I'.fl aic: Jim 


A^lialiM' 


500 HaSp Gulliver 
Start Hbs Travels 


Tenants Not 
Concerned; 
Manager Is 


.-\fter the manai;ement said, ''i continue 


Wilfandel Club. li(.st(^d by Mr. 
ind Mr-., (k-niu'e Thomas and 
Mr. and Mis Wilkam .•^Jlalnn 
Ir 

if CihliiinM .1 111 
ll biisitfcssi'i.in, I "1 :.:<■ 
ficke's \uil rd>'i irf> l>"sted St ,n bi in.;s tn iiie oili. e nf Cnn- 
this'.wecft. a -pi ik. '-.in.-, 11 'l,,r the ,i,,l|ei' ;, i|ee[> u.i'lei -Mndin'^ ni 
Caiifiiiiua Nei,To I'.usmes- 'iieii .- n,,. m,|,ien state and nl laii'ii!.' 
■\~-~ n st.iled. ni. liters After ■.;i Adualum li.iu Mnti" lilan .'ilHt linileii pi opli- .'su-umped ihr (I'alllVii 

Another itn it' n ■ ,i.le will cn -^'anfoi d J FniMM sit\ , ij .iiivi.iii jjavcl As» ncv .soffi' (' at L'tilH .S. Western Ave. at the 
thruii-h 'he fomifainiiy .m ,sat- served a-j a toreiirn < oiiv-pi.nd- „,.j^,^(j ()[.enin'; U the auemA' Friday from three in the 
iinbi\-. It was repotted ent in l.ui nfie- and .All n .i iltenioon on " 

A tu;sl-danre will !«• qiven at •'^ ='«''^ J'''""^ ••'^" "^ [-Mn'O-Po" ,. ,,,,. ,, ^ .,; ,.,.,,,^,, ,,, .,,,(;. 
the Caya Manana, ini \V. .Man- •' l*'<iei.il elrnu.ns a^eii. \ to in- 
che-ter, Jan. L'9 t.i ruse funds ^'"''" """ ^■""' ' "" ■'" '•'i-'"'"-'-- 
the l,iirk\- 1 -rcnr The recent rfci.iiimciid.itio'is ol 


Bryant, Cincinnati Reds: Snliy Drake, 
PhilaJeiiihia Thiljics: To'ii Davi.s. Los 
Anf^eles Dodjiiers; Bonnie Daniels, 
Xyashirsitnn ;-;. n.^'iors: and John Rose- 
boro. Los Aivj;ele;'! Drid:^( rs^ and co- 
ownei' of the tiavel as^ency. 


Kv ( . .M AKIi: m (illKS 



,-^L;er 


If Ilie iMJc 

\\i>liers in h.'.lCc i 111 a'ly w.iy 
ilie f'a'in e - s-i, .■•■-s of i.he busi- 
ness, the :r-ri;f\ \\]\\ soon 1ia\e 


LAWYERS HFXP — Jy n E. Wooden, -member of 
the Sunset Strip law firm of Tolbeit. Wank and 
Wooden, left, gives a donation from the firm to the 
10th District Recall m.ovement. Accoptlnf?: the check 
is the Rev. H. Hartford Brookins, chairman. 

'Tomorrow' Men to Hold 
Workshop Encampment 


,. , , fi! -t inierrai i.il dcvi !')0!i.e'it. , 
"f r< till ,, , . i , , 1 1" 

Me .s Ilie Ill's' I >cttiii( I .i' to hdid 

the . .:i. c 111 ( 'iiiit; iillcr .11 i;c,ii |_\ 

T."i \e. : s. 


Revs. Branham, 
Altered $2 Bill ^^^^^o Support 


Passed for $20 


Everette Porter 


a;.' 


a 1 ; man 
-!s ainoBi; 


Store 

1 c !:"%■ .'i :i :. 
;• .- .^ "f s I'-i 

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l!."i ' 

r 1 ■ ' ' ■ 1 . ■ 

C!li".-t 

man. e j 

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ljL\-|'.'- 

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i.;s^ ,,; 117) 

r"e .M I', , Ic;- 1. 

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1 p.:lc e' th.'lt 

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c wiih aimat 

, .Xcn'iuiii eriV'Mi ot i 

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.■■The tenants micht not like a battle. 'Joe Ad. mis an-l, Johnny ' "i*^ ^ ^ *''" J''-"'-^ v...iii.ni>- ^^^ exnan'i : 
■Negro hvjntj here." the houstns,' Otis will. work on entertainment, '^""' > 'nt.ened a seiidar I""" .^,„,,,f., ,^'-3, 

committee of L.A. CORK con- and Ar.hie M(«-iie will he pre.s-.P"^'''' ^^'T'" '" '■'"' "' '' ^^'•"'" p. ,-i| public ' 
.ducted a siirvev of residents of ont, ' said J-:d-,ir Charles oi the 'x'^'i''^^. Cranston \>as m.iiu 

an SO-unit huil'dinj at '.lOW \V businessmens '.^mip. ' mental in Hie cieati.a iT? tin 

Venice hivd. last Thui-.sday CNC- c'l'ia: ies als- s'.ve'd I brrc '"''" '''""' ''"■■"'• '''"'' ■^'' " 

'^■■''"' '.vi-iiid be a nie. 

Ti'.p checkers f'lnnd S7 pe>' i,,,,, ,■ .,i,,ie <<-.'. ::,'. s..,' .M't't-j's. 

cent of the ten.mts f.\..r,i'le 1,1 -,7;;, ^ i;',c;d". c. . -W c hic-ii i\ . 

ha'.i.!-,^,' .\e-rucs' as lei:,.w un- .l,;n !7. ,:' 7 :•< p ■; \ i. \ \ Jl 
.•"■'^' liisiiis- ti:c 'si ". :i\e bii.wa 

f-Iuh.-'id .li'iins, ihiiimai i-.f c,i:. p ,,_ti. i-e s.iab 

CORf; ll'Ml-in?' c ■■niiii'tce. said 
■ We called up ili'> t-"-, mts t 

•;ei taeir up n:ic> We aNn 

''s.k'hI the:Ti to r-^pre^s thcii 

sci'ii'iirnts 1.1 the nvei i-'er 

!v,'hty-se\ea per 1 enl lespmd- 

t -V f,i\iii'.ihl\ " J . 

The sii:\e\' w is ':• I'ic a''er a i^ 
->■ .4. 

A weekend conference on "Pioblem^ and Pro-^p-'cts >"'>^r'!n;-i' wis m i.i.- !.\ ^ xe- 
of the Negro in Los An-eles." will be h^ld by the .Men ;'^^ '""''^^ wh., s,,,! h,.^ , , ,ent A 
of Tc.v.oi row on L^aturdav and Sunday, Jan.' 13 and 1-1, l'\ ^■■''"'"^'"'^^ ■■■ ' ■■" I'.nc, n L' 

. ,-, TT T- ■ A f I'L. " .''lins ^.O'l ■ the ::)aitn.eri \'.as r '^ 

ai Camp Hess Kramer near !Ma!ibu. , , , ., , , , , 

_, , i , . av.ailab.e o\er ilv- phi.ne. hut cv b.-^t' 1 

Tne kcviio'e speaKor ■.'. ill i>" 

Dr. Herman H. LmiK, director to mcmb'^is. 

cf the Race Relations di\ir-i:jn Retiiin^ i'oaid c 

of -the .American .Xlissioiiairy [..'.wrencf n^Wilsoa 

.Associ.iii'v: 'if 'lie Con'J'e ; 't :on- ;ae pineii^ts and v.orksh'.ip 

al Church iocaled al ir'isi-; L.ii- ::;drs the f. !lo'.\'i:i-. : John 

\-e4-iitjv. i''i!,,':.;s, pr.i;',.'ara chnirrnun; Wil- 

KXTKCT 10i» i..-:-,i P. )pnc. I^ircn Miller, 

T'nenie .; tn? i . ■i--'.Tn''e is Taoma.s <".. Neusom. Lorenzo 

"Blucirci: I ir a Bc;ter 'I'.-ir. a-.Trpylor. V.'illi.'im Riles, Wc.-iey 

tow.'' Co- i;-:::]; :e. .'iic .s-ielnnii i;ra.::ier. .V.'illiam T. White, 

C. .^la\s.n:-■i 01:.; ri Nr. . . ••\ I.'^iirv P. Ta'hc:'. G?o. ge T'-.imi- 

Mor,-^ tl. :n i'lj r.;c .■ . ^ ■'.' the a_'- an 1 L^.-lie sl-ia'A-. 

j "Men of Tomc!, r 'W wdl p-utici- WORKSHOPS 

pate in ti-" ic-' cr.;. .. ; ^.,^\. ^-^^ _ Lommitteo ci-.;.ir;iieii: 

ing To particip-.r: n eh .i: m;,n j,„.;,.^ La.ster is in charge of c.^ntinued. 

N'ornan O. Houston, who states registration; Robert Williams, . 

that t he sessions are restricted entertainment; Re^'iiiaii Drew, q I I J* 

^ sr;an.^ements; and. Jay Wil- " OrtUgC|-|-ln€J IQ 

ii 'mf. ii'ubl-ii n\ .. 
W" K.-h'ips will bp ic'id i.n 

-'U..ni:,i,s,nimn,i.i ,1. u, . /^[rQfj Qf ForUfll 

...aiiiai i:i eniplo:- m.-'O.. \.o:'i;ing •■■*»><• *« • ■ «^ia«iii 

I ipital tnd mvestaiec.t oijpor- The niea-iinr nf I'le I'lrlia- 

•;.. lilies, liiscnmmaiory prac- f' rtuKal dispute will be e\- 

tices in eu'jcalional institutions, amined by William V.'intei'. \et- 

social and cultural m:a!adjust- Pi"a» newsman, when he speaks 

mcnt. increasing population of a' "h? fi'"^' Unitiirian c:.— '!!, 

lew socioeconomic back.?round, 20.36 W. Eic^th street, on f'n- 

^lowiiig juvenile and adult de- day. Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. 

Imqiiencv', and tartionalismi His talk,- ■'Asia and ihe West" 

c. i'hin the Xe^'io c, munity. ' ''"^ '>cin'-: presented by the Cni- 
1-; . ■ ,\ .membei.-;' - '. ~ '■ \ I i^t 

•>'- ~L'A '.'.'?ie; L."'.'. le;. e 1'-. V. li- 

si n, X'lin.'in O H'i'j:to:i and 

Sr'c ;. n C. .Ma;..- f") '.; ee-year 

:■ ;:s: .Tames ."'^. l.isii^c and 

i;-. H. H. Brr';:;ins '.-.- f.vo 

' e'l-- i-^rnis; and .ja^ie , WitixIs 

: nd Olin K. News'.r'ie f'^r onc- 

'i'^ar ferm.s. Petc" \\'. r>.''iit^rive 

and Kenneth A. -^'o.■l .s were re.- 


cjiii"^- and pcr- 
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w :ien tiie wcnc-m wcit 1,, sf-e \'i!':e I.ec >':'■. 
!he apartnicnt. it w.is 1, ,t <hi>wn 1", 7'lst strec". ■■■ 
to liCi. It w IS s'ipj)<ise.l!\' ren»- she wn- \ei\ bn 

<fd. btit sjie (elt it w I-- s |i! a\.iil- er it iiist'inuis in 'ae .Sheiman '"..i; made In- l',.Mei- ,\; a hieiK- 
ibie. Vacancy sicns weie stiii I.iqui.r slnre at :;.'il S, (""lit' al ! i-.r nicic:.'-- ■.; \'ieiiiiy Hioiivt 
up. " iveiiue S.i'ii!ili\ \\\ cv '',\o Mi[nila\ niuiiiiP-. ilii.ffi' \-\ 'be 

The nianagement stared iliere men \'.,i!ked m .oid Vcjci led a l.n\ W II. V\'illord_ of He:han\' 
IS no 'discpimiratc.y r->ih v in half put bottle <:' wme .Mi-^ineary IVipt.si. 

the huildipc. yet It 1m, been! ,'^i".e accepted a hill w.ir h ap- S;«^akers a' the niceim.; in- 
iion-Cii-'tmiiial alviiit reriim,' fn pe.-ired t'l be ;i 'v.'il 11! a-d -.^.'ixe clui'.e 1 liie f;c^ . W 1. V^^.w- 
a XcLro. a CORK member s lid. the :nc:i ch.iP'.-c .\;'c" thev left, v..i| i;r\. ^,' .1. ]>; ...;,,,'; u«f; ' •' 
■■The\ have nut saiil ttiev ■.'..in I vhe 1 !:ci krd ■''■■>■ ■': 'i'\ and I.nr i'. nh, lbs I! 1'. Ci: o ic- 
iT'T t.) h'"-. ^■e' ihey h.'i\en't foiin'i 1' .to be a 1:: k l>:ll wh'cl-i \\r\ .\i I., s ■■. I;.",. !' !> 
r-c.-itei to lier. This 'n.-is f^i'iie ,,n Ivid been .••:'e;:ei t . i-..k like ' Fi" ; eil ."i.'ibi 1' -• ■;' ' . o l..i''c. 
,ir a month," the spoke.sj.i-.an S.'n. It h.id 5.''i ;n-ied ( -.y ,'ilb Don De. ricks .'■ '.rd I ' -i: ,. i' c,.;-- 

four corners en luithside^ of a did; te. \\k\ . Hill and Ri.'\. I'.i 1:, 

IV o-diill;ir bill. Ihaie. 


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BEST WISHES 

7' -:> Larq-jSt L'r, en bi le - 

JAMES "B. CAREY, PrG^icIont, 

AL HARTNE7T, SGcreiary- froa? j'rer 

JAMES W. CLICK, District P.-^esid^nt 

BilL DROHAN, Regional Dtector 

'terii3t''0"al Union of Eiectii':a' Paoio a:id- 
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VICTOR CLOTHiNG CO. 

214 SO. BROADWAY MA 4-0801 


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LEARN A TRADE 
IN 21% TO 6 WEEKS 

Elycfronic Assemblers 

Grocery Checkers 

Cashiers — Clerks 

PBX Reception sts 

IBM Key Pun- a 
Offset Printer!: (3 to 6 month:) 
D«y i> Eve. Clasi— tZ Terms 
TRAIN NOW - PAY LATER 

Many Local Openings 
fREE PLACEMENT SERVICE 

WEST COAST 

TRADE SCHOOLS 

8805 S. WESTERN 

PL 3-3251 


tarian Put'hc Forum. 



elected secretary and treasurer | 
respe.^tiyely, ' > 


DON MAR CLEANERS 

WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT 

MIX IM UP 
SFECIAL 



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FAMILY SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 


CONDENSfD STATEMENT OF CONDITION 
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1961 


SKIRTS 

PLAIN 
^OOL 


SWEATERS 

GENTS' & LADIES' 


WHITES EXTRA 

CLEANED & PRESSED 

-THIS pFFER GOOD AT THESE 3 LOCATIONS- 

DON MAR CLEANERS 

1483 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. atMORMANDIE 

4800 W. WASHINGTOM BLVD>t RIMPAl> 

4630 W. ADAMS at WEST BLVD. 

J^AST SERVICE • WE GIVE° BLUE CHIP STAMPS 


ASSETS 

Cash on Hand and in Banks 

IJiired Stales Bonds and Treasury Certificates 

Cerli?ic3t8s of Other Associations 

Fsderai Home Loan Bank Stock j 

Loans on Real Estate .. . 

Loans Secured by Own Certificates 

Interest Earned but Uncollected 

Real Estate Owned 

Association Fremir-^s — Less Depreci?t;on 

Orfice Fixtures and Equipment — Less Depreciation 

TOTAL . 

LIABILITIES 

Investment Certificates 

Dividends Declared and Unpaid on Capital Stock 

Incomplete Loans , 

Incomplete Buildjng Account 

Advance Payments by Borrowers For Taxes and Insurance 

Advances from Federal Heme Loan Ban|c 

Reserve! for Uncollected Interest . 

Other Liabilities ^. 


$ 1,645,049.71 

144,890.63 

100,000.00 

225,800.00 

14,256,023.63 

60,171.76 

42,015.49 

.S?,091.76 

531, 147.129 

1 6 056.95 

517,110,247.22 


$13,288,226.19 

9,000.00 

170,896.60 

'■. 379,212.50 

2,011.10 

. 1 ,685,000.00 

42,015.49 

14,728.98 



NET WORTH, 

Reserves, Surplus and Capital Stock .', 1,519,156.36 




'Pay cash cr as little as S3 a v er- ca-.s tor S 1 00/ 
v.orllt of clothes, siioes and 


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1644 EAST r03RD STREET 
LOrain 7-8836 


CURRENT ANNUAL RATE 4.6^; 
DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY 


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Dear Friends: 

Buy your r'tvj clothes and acccS'0r;e5 NOW during ,■ 
our B'Q Sale of the Year and 5AVEi " / 

ash or 
clothes 
Eov.s of all Aqes. 

'■ Di'rin.q the ne».t 30 days ' 

All $40 su!*5 and ten ^05t', 

A'l S50 suits and -top coats 

A!| S60 suits -and topccais 

AH $70 surts and top cca*^ 
i All $30 .suits and- t,~,n coals. 

AM S^O suits and too coats 

All Si 09 suits af-id top coats 

Buy any suit or. tec coat r■)!^^^ o«-| "S Si 5 sv. c'ai-'T or 
cvSI5 Hat or a' 515 pair of Trousers cr a Si5 pair of 
Snoes FREE! ' \ 

Mo'A' IS the tinYe- to qet a new conio'eie oi.;t 
save. 

leather Jackets — Lealiier Coat.. - S.'?de Jac 
Suede Coa's - Car Coats - Rain Ccars — TVe,-ch Co.=tis — 
Snoes — Shirts — Ties — Sox — Und'erwecr — Belts — 
Su5p,ender5'— Handi<erchiefs — Tuxedos — Trousers — 
Sport Coats, etc. • • 


■ CONTINENTAL -IVY LEAGUE HEADQUARTERS 

VC-U NA/'/'E IT, V. E HAVE iT! Bnnr^.m all your ft. ends, iou 
> q^! a '"t; ,cr each cne vou S'-nd or orinq in. 

Vve c.<n tit \oj - ■ Sues up to 50. Evor\ titina for boys aqe 
2 to 22. See trie new One, Two and Three buttpn Continental 
suits - Ivy Leaque suits - Reqular suits - All the new colors 
and styles. ■ ■ 

DRESS UP • GO PLACES ■ • ENJOY LIFE in qood lookinq 
BRONSON clothes. Makers of hine Colthes for over 40 years. 

If It IS new \ye have iti Watches'for mer;, women and boys. 
Buy one suit and gel S30 off the- price of the 2nd suit 
during this SALE only! 

AMPLE FREE PARKING 

■ PARK FREE NEXT DOOR while you select your new clothes. 
A Union Crew to serve you better - We cater to you, and 
we do mean YOU! Come in in your working clothes. ^ 

Store Hours: 9:30 to 6:00 
Open Every Saturday Night Until 8:00 , 

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lEO S. FON-A-ROW AND STAFF AT 

THE VICTOR CLOTHING CO. 

We Cater to California Eagle Readers 
, 214 South Broadway — Powntown Los Angeles 



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4— The California Eagle Thursday, January 11, 1962 



County DeptS. told Six Charged 

To Revamp Policies )^'vj^^e"^ 


California Eagle 

ioren Miller, Publisher 

The California Eagle stands for complete integration of Negroe<i 
into* every phase of American Kfe through the democratic processes. 

We favor: | 

1 . FEPC on local, state and national levels. 

2. Decent housing for ail Americans. 
I 3. Representation \n Government. 

' 4. Adequate old age pensions and social security. ' 

5. Collective bargaining rights for all workmen. 

6. Development and encouragement of Negro business. 

We oppose: 

1. Jim Crow in all forms. / 

2. Communists and all other enemies of democracy. 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR OVER 81 YEARS 
2101 West Vernon, Corner of Van Ness AXminster 5-3135 


LA. County Discrimination 


It is shocking to learn that an 
official investigation uncovered evi- 
dence of overt discrimination in six- 
teen out of 58 departments of coun- 
ty government. Presumably condi- 
tions were better in the other 42 de- 
partments but for reasons of their 
owTi. the Supcn-isors did not dis- • 
close that information. 

The Supcrvi?; ;-; deserve creJit 
For ordering; the investigation alter^ 
1 request firm the CommuniLy Re-* 
lation^ Conference and we hope 
Jiat (Remedial measures will follow. 

Tn^re is no easy cure for a situa- 
:ion t\at has dovplotied over a long 
n{'riod;V)f timf in a civil .service 
.5trurtui\. Pel sons euvrentiy hold- 
ing jobs hpve well established right;!? 
ind cannot be displaced arbit'ranly 
in order to admit membere of the 
2:roups which have, been discrimi- 
■ nated agsin.'^t. 

On the other hand no good W'il 
come out of the survey unless the 
Supervisors overhaul the machinery 
which eventuated in the discrimina- 
tion. Our own estimate is that de- 
partm.ent heads share the blame 
with the Civil Service Commission. 

Certam department heads, .such 
as County Counsel Harold Kennedy, 
have defied th-e letter and the spirit 
of the law and public policy for 
many yeais. Everybody with eyes 
to see has known what they weie 
doing. Mr. Kennedy's dereli •■. ion is 
particularly reprehensible because 
he is head of the county's law dp-~ 
partment. 

Members of the Civil Service 


Commission and its administrative 
heads have heard numerous com- 
plaints against the erring depait- 
ment heads for many years but 
they've never taken anv corrective 
measures. They've hidden behind 
the pietext that the letter of the 
law was beins; followed and have 
pict'ppsed an i^inbility to inteifne. 

That inabilitv ^vas always mote 
apparent than real. .V Civil .Service 
r immission jjenuiuely dev<ited to a 
discharore of the function for which 
it was created can. and should, m- 
Sist on enualily in both hiring and 
upgradin?: ip all county depart- 
ment.'^. If the present Commis.sinn 
I? unequal to that task its membeis 
should be H'luoved and replaced 
with men and women who can do 
the job. 

Deparlnieir, heads wiio loleiaie 
■)i- encoiu'age discriiniiialion violate 
their Inist and are as liable to dis- 
cipline for that kiiid of conduct as 
thev would be for anv other acts of 
omission or commission in violation 
af lav.-. 

In the final analysis, resj^on.-^i- 
biliiy for curative steps belongs to 
the members of the Board of Su- 
fK^rvisors. As elected heads of coun- 
ty government they must find the 
means, and the courage, to comjiel 
compliance with the laws of the 
state and the nation. Now that the 
Sunervi.sors know what Negroes 
have know foi- a long time we hope 
that they will take immediate .steps 
to put an end to a .situation that is 
a disgrace to Los Angeles county. 


Kennedy Breaks a Promise 


Latest word from Washington is 
'.hat President Kennedy will "delay" 
'ssuance of an executive order ban- 
ning discrimination in all federally 
assisted housing until next summer 
3r next fall. 

The excuse for the delay is the 
usual one. It is said that issuance 
of any such order at this time would 
?ndanger the president's 1 -gislatii'e 
program becau.se it would invite the 
wrath of southern congre.s.-inien and 
senators. 

That same exeii.i" was ofleied 
la.st year. The New Froiuieisr.'n 
told eve'-ybody who would listen 
that the Kennedy adniini-straf'on 
simply had to have southern sup- 
port for its ambitious legi.-'ative 
program and argued , that if tiie 
housing f)ider wa.^ jins-'-'d o\cv for 
the time b'^ing the iiassage of 
needed laws in the areas of educa- 
tion, medical aid for the aged and 
like m.casures could be a::.ured. No 
such thing happened. 

The president's 1961 program fell 
flat on its face, with a few exct-p- 
tions. Southerners knifed it with' 


Devil and Deep Blue Sea 


Consolidation of Los Angeles 
newspapcii; with the morning field 
.^ccupied exclusively by the Chand- 
ler-own"d Time.s and the evening 
field pifcuiiitcd by the Hearst- 
-1.'. iK'd Herald-Expre.ss is unfortu- 
nate fcr Negro residents of the city. 

Of eour.se the Mirror was also 
Cl'andlcr-owncd but it pursued a 
fa'riy liberal policy in the area of 
civil rights and did a fair i-eporting 
job as far as Negroes were con- 
cerned. The Times treats Negroes 
with a particular brand of con- 
tempt; their activities are beneath 
its news "notice and it has neither 
compassion for, nor understanding 
of, minority group i^roblems. In na- 
t'onal affairs it is the organ o'f the 
R; publican reactionaries who gang 
up with the Dixiecrats to defeat all 
civil rights legislation. 

^The Examiner changed its poh- 
cies a few y^rs ago and at * least 


-(Omiinued h-ora PHi;e 1 1 pair to find employment in 

tilled laniPs bnoflywiih Couiiiv .eeunly serv)cd> in num'^bers-ihat (Conlinued from Page 1) 

M n)un-;p| llarotci Kennedy. \\h„.-e exceod their ratio to total pop- various other 'offenses; some 

^ . = (irtfi,iiiment w;is one of the IG u'ution." jT said that "■:;ross ^vere accu.sed of carrying con- 

= D/ITTV CA V17 /* DD 17 A Pi = a"ii'-''d <>f bi.> employmerit fiqurcs indicate (.paled weapons; others of in- 

= D/\ I 1 'LiLLHA.Lj Or DlxCriU ^ }-A:den<e ef diserimination in that the d(X)rs of county employ- ,p,,fprjnj, vvhh an-officer" in 

IJ^ empluympnt i,nd tipL-radin- poi- ""'"* are open to members" Df making an arre.st. 

'"'•" HIPS in It; out; .)! "iS depaitments all^ gi'ou.ps. XAKCOTIGS 

A\~i-i arrested aiid bookrrt 


By Lester B. Granger ill 


Hi<.-k in .New York C'liv v^ ,u, reason for tlyin-.; to tne de- '>! '-"^ Ant;e|Ps rountv^ ...set-n- 

t,n,e t., observe Chnsim.o eve- |pn..p of .lames B.Om;.i,t,whu.e m<^nt was laifl hel,np itie I,.,a,d r ,.,e Morris Alkins 19.Wood- 

nm_- u.lJi'mv lafnilv and record as a d,;tinuu,>i,e,t e,lu- "1 ^"P'-' V^"'-f ruesd.iVM,. a re- y ^^^ ^olClierS " ' 

hUnd. 1 alM, ha.l time' l.ef^ .. e ,:,l.,r uould he very luod u, !"»'^' niade l,|- an oil,,-, ,1 . am- 

N,-v. Years Dav t.,-m,,ke ntv bm.ilisll- oven if I should u.,n! '"•"^■'' "h"'' M-ent „:.,re man 

t. do so. Neither am I ir,-pHle.l '"1^^ "■""^'"^ '''•-■■'"- "I' f'' ' ' 


dson. 19, And Leonard ^ 
20. These three were 


:he -saine zeal tiiat could have been 
expected from them had the piesi- 
dent issued the housing order. 

The d^lay of the housing oidei - - 
if indeed it is a mere delay and not 
an abandonment of platform and 
rampaisn promi.ses — will not le- 
.'-elt in pa.s.sage of administration 
backed domestic legislation. The 
M-epident will get no more than the 
.r")ixiecrat - Rcnublican combination 
".' Mits biiu to l-.ave and their wants 
uill not be afierted by the fate of 
.t;'!" )iou oig order. 

The president's uro.'r.i.-^e to issue 
an e'^ ccutive order banning hou.sing 
di.scnmination was plain and un- 
equivocal. He berated Ei.scnhower 
for his failure in th.it regard and 
>a.:d in so many voids that he 
would i.ssue such an order without 
delav. 

The promise now is that the order 
will be issued a.t .«ome indefinite 
time in the future. Even the [)jesi- 
lent's most ardent sui)fx)rtci-s can 
hardly blame us if we take that new 
promi.se with several grains of s;ilt 
in light of the ease v'th v hich- the 
prior' promise was disregai ded. 


, )c~..luii.m for 1%J. II vv.e- till- t ) do so. .\eitner am 1 imp-lie.i -^ ^. .^.^ - - '^^,^^ . trv's cawital. -aiUi trial .set for Jr 

thai are unn-cessai v . and.n,.t ■• otmdal.on u ha-h hnan. ed :,e ^ .,.,-„.,,„„,„,„„ i^,,^.,,,^ „, .Av.Le/ Ilarrm^.an. aSM,-ta,il ,„„, ^,„j ..^rvin^ " 
to ,nakP the ,.lhcc fPll.ns . .C..M1. C.nant ..udv ,n,d un.C Ics ' ;J „,„„,„,„. Super- -c.cary lor , Far KaMern af- ,,,„^,n ivas Dallas 


'iiis.-ed the ho.U on i.nial ni.il- "'^' 


ni'. own onlc-, it ii'all.v i 

^fl.v T Mie t„ c aiisr I io-e tci ^ -o ojten a> to m.ike it seem 

enoM -h teeth in rn> ou a li.,h'> ! dclilKM .Me jxiln > Hul I think 

no: 'o l;o tioi I ow in.; Loiilii^ lu^l Mial the Onant woik is Icki i,r- r.l\M.I> l)l.l'l>. 

foi 'ill! • iioiiani to all of os for it to l.c .si-.J.-.i oir iimI .'mi^cI 


icA ntn 
iC'oniiniiPd liom PaiiP 1' D.avidson. 

northpast of Saif^on, the i oun- booked on narrotles violation, 

•A nil trial .spt for January 31. 
cptics viola- 
a ronccaled 
Hamm, '22. 

OUiers arrpstpd fct the tim^ 

of 'h" lia('-as hut against whom 

i.o h;'ii'-'cs had, been fitod Ky 

Cii , " '"/" ,.,.,. . I'" 'ij-i let atiornffy a: press 

|\cri- .lames Holle.V, :?.">; 


f)er- , 
!' 1 ><'hs l.i-l \ii- '"'''"^ '" "^"^ Stale Department. 
i;citeiatpd ' t'nc dPTiartniPiit s 


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KII.I.F.I) A.M> KII.I.I.V4. 

Ih i i.H>iii 'lA' fiio.'i.iir. : 
W.il ihcM ,,.•.• .Mil' I.. »,.• dismis.pd l.y liip -;.,n,l i a piciirc ten irnlc- ,ic ■ .■. i,,| ^.^^^| ,,^^, ^^ ,^^ |^, ._,„„ |7,,„ ^, „, 

so,,,,. uhoa..UM. me of hie.ik- .'"'■'hod of tauum^ the auloo-- oi^-, inim.icn v e, c i he , Ic k o. ^•„,.,,„„„^,. i,.,;^ |,^,,,„ „.,„,„„,) -'"— ■■ - ' 

m. tnv .e.olmion hetote this a. -.unoi-anf and '■h, .sed - 'He .:oaMM.. mi,.cm,.„v, .oun- ,^^. ,.., ,„,„,,,„^,., ,,„ . „i,ic,l ';;;;;j': '.'';;;": u, ...^^^d Dolite- 

■\ counsel ioiite\ en.incei. ., , .,,, .. , .. „ ,. .^iicji i|,| ,ii,pi ne osqapea ponce. 

I„..t uePk ol ihe Neu Near NOT .A IU(.OT . ,,„.„, ,,,„. ,,„„,,,,(,,, ,,„„'"-" '';'^ , \;'^'-^'7*'^'\^. ' ' cailhrl- H. f>a> ne, Jt ; t.vo juve- 

'^ -'""'■ !•"' -Ihe n,voff to much of e,.. ,v.,ch t i,.„..,al llo.p-al, m.in. - " -i v- i^h' ihem.eKe. U ha. „,;^ .._,|.,, ^nd two juvenile boys. 

, , .1 ■ , ,, , ihev need ,s ofiuipmenr ind ivelji I ' - -1 

iiucism IS that M appeared the ,,,,,1 ,-,,iiiis .a \^<v^z Lculi. ,^ ; , , ,,;,,„„„„, ,, .i,^-. , .All|-rt>u.ii stones i as to ,1u.>;t 

i.iv alter the volume v\.as re- Comiii,,!!. ■ ;,iiii Pa-nicn.i. tin 


here 1 .ijn liut- 
tinc into the 
hi i>k p 11 li I 1 ( 
sci .ip , in.it h.c 
li c . I,' s\ mill'!, 

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di^v- U > - 1 o ■! ol 

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Ihey need'is (^(juipmpnr .md helji 
,in a number ol .differeill wavs ' 

He s,.,d there iVas bpeii no di>- ^^ 'i'" h-l'P'^ned dlf:lpred. police 
"'■■" ;■'-"■ .u-Mon -of oulMde.tn.ip^/- "■l-^-" "^''.^ '.vere -failed to a 
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;o, l!o.d coiiii..!. lii~loi\ and ,.,,,' I,\ , iic^hi")'', on roinplaint, . 

:ii'' loMuwiim ■ .' ' 

' d. ,,.,i,,i:ct" ic.,1 .-laic . .^ ,„■,.,„,„. .,, t, ,,,!.. liii'- a M'l^v p.uty was in prog- 


moved far enough to support fair 
employment legislation in the ]9n!» 
legislature. Its reporting of news 
events reflected its change in edi- 
corial p<'licy and it gave some space 
to a reporting of news vitally af- 
fecting Negroes. The Herald-E.x- 
press, on the other hand, has in- 
rreasinglybecome the oi^an of the 
far right extremists with tons of 
space and praise for tho.se who 
would turn back the clock in race 
relations. 

We can expect little from either 
the m0ming Times nor the new eve- 
ning Herald-Examiner by way of 
idequate reporting or editorial un- 
derstanding for the city's ever in- 
creasing problems in race relations. 
To put it in the language of the 
homely parable, Los Angeles Ne- 
groes are caught between the devil 
ind the deep blue sea as far as daily 
newspapers are concerned. 


HlMll, 


iff: llie .it i;nmenl is in 


.lewed iivlhe n.ation v pre-.v and_ i,,,,..,,., .,„i| | 
n,i~ liasrfil. not upon the l..«.k 
li'.t ij|ion the |i,c~N • uniMi.e v ol' 

,Ce HlllilOl ^ 111, dm.;-. I' 'hl~ ,,, , ,,.,,.:,mo.. -.,... , , ,,, 

, . ' , .\:c,ei ic.iii troops :ii ti.iit , 

,>,„. ol ,,,tMM„ iMd iK.cM .,|.^ ,„,r,a_c,ncnt ,c,,,c. of uc,,ni^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ fully a. med. at e ben. r—. Tiicu- nere aiwut Id younc 

p|„-..,l I., ;vorks piodiued by ,,nd measure. ,,i,d me , omity .^ j^^^i^^^j ,-^ ^^^^ killni" Comn.n- l-'ople tIipi e and Officer.'^ .J. W. 

.lames Wcldon .lohnv, ,11 Dulloi-. ,l,ief .idmiiu-li aliv e olthe. ' n-i-led i el.els in .-^.uih Vici- e--i-ii ^^■'^ D- 0. -Tudor at- 

.Ven.'.Vmencan ofu'cers are m '•■-iiPted to anes, .and handcuff 
, , , ,, „ „ , fui! .ommand aullioritv of im- >n^'P'-rl and- To,id. _, , 

l>reponents ol Neuio .ulv.'mie- i,;!;,|ci. at rv P. Peliie, se.rp- ^, . ■ , ■ , 
' ' ,, , . n . J V , . , ■ ,. poriiHit militurv operalioiis 

meiit vMiiild h.ive been how i en i.uy of llip i lul >eivi<p ( om- 


W.iller While and C"!ia''le> .'^ I lie Tt>[Kiit >ijned b\- -I. S 

.lohn.son ihe~c- di-liii.;iii>tvd Holtn ,ei . • met admmi^li at i\ i 


OFFICKKS IN.JlKKD 


I lie ciou I 


i iiir'.jf'd out into thp 


, ,. , ,,,,,,, thcie. .\nd oui- active militarv 

)Ut of the arena 'of public de- ;iiivt,o,i; nnd ,n>iin .A. buj_s, . , 

me public d..main. It ciuenis ,^^,^^ ^^,, ,^p American people Pxecnive of -he Human P.pla- j' "1" 'Pation in this war is on si,,et., whereupon .they were 

UP lo.; p,icple>s con- i;.ns Conma^Mon - utced ih.- i""' '""'l'"''^'';- , , . :o,!ied bv hund.cis of others, 

h ., , ■ 1^ ii.iili ..«.;. .H io 1 111 lilv . , , J . ■ Uur mvcvPinent ^ten\.; iio.n. p,,i,, ,i r.iyl-npd 'rh^t spvpra? of 

hoo^ ,., an.tiis.Md to a iiuniv „ ,i„„„„,. Boa' d to 't.ake immediate stens ; ,,,-,,. i on. c riaimen m.-iT several or 

1 11 V\c lad that the South \ lei- ,,^,,<„ Mire^ted aitpmritpd to 

^oniP lo in-uip in.it fuiuie hirin:: vmH ; . i.o-e aiie^iea aiicmpiLa lo 


• ■=! n.iip and 

;i~of u.| bpi .1U--P the I'onani ,, ,„,]ri h; 

ooK 1. i,ddies.sed to a hi-bly „,,,^,„.„i^ 

[ rompli'-ned pioblem that l^ not , ,^,^, ^,^j, „^,„,„^ ,„, ,^„,,^ „,„,.>„,.,,„,, ,u.u,^ , , . n ,, 

-ttttt^tndeis,„.d by mote 'h.m ,,„„,,,, ^,„„. ,., .„,,,K.se the l„. ..n'lrelv tree ol disc, i:n;na- ^■*'"''~*' ■''"' unable, and . in „,,;,, ch their two prrsonersfroTii 

a nnni.cule pioj.Mtion of th.,>e ;.,,,^^,,. ^.„.,^ ,,„^„ ,„; ^,.,,„,. ' ,,.. ,„..,,,,„ ■ Ho!|,n;;er heads "■^"'^ mstancps unwilhn_-. to ;,„„_ j,, ,;,^ batthne that fol- 

v^i"' ' -"< >a .' „ ,,f ,,„,„,, ., :„„7T^,.i„„„,.. „„: c,,;,:, ,\d nini-ti ative OUiee ^I'^'ke necessary -acnfice. ■ to ,,,,,,,,5^ officers KpMt^n and R. 


DT'sn TK \ \y.\\^ 


M .III' 'n .ind ^' 
'.d,i r \> oid-. 


VoKo'i 

■.-.hole K 


after h.e. ii 
k. !;• . .eiv, 


\ , [ lei Mle h ,-lcn -o C.'CII 

,i: c V.eu .1 iioir; the .,1 ea: ai.i- 

].'),,> 1 an .; .1 .' I'cd c '. ue 

r.'C- .) -. hool .id i-in:>ti .,io, . 

, , , 1 , Ii'itier >un':n.ir> 

1 1'. II 11 I txlMV .1 -\.-A\ d. 'I I ' 
.!,., 'llolC 'ii.lll ..'osl ■ .dloUl ''.e 

e. ',n...;i:. -i .ilui lile [i-\ . hoj.; V 
(if ~;a;'i liv m .. I ;n ike il'i p e. 
lei'M Ci !l:, li ■.'. i-d 1,11 "ii ti." 
(I 1,^1 1' 111 ol' « ''.It t 1 d' I ,i1h 111" 


I, ).d vai'i'^ 
fi'ini 'the 


-.emd- 


^ 11 
\ 


I 


.„,,t ,,| ,j,,, ,i,'j,,,;. -..ooieii idim iioMi ^„o;H:Ilu.lJ>l p_. \\p,^,,i reportedly were in- 

i''n.d'in die ',,■;. '1'^ ■■".'■'^"^'■'■•■\ -■ , . jiiNd. 

■OIK (.1:01 r*S , - '' ' .^"tiepaid and Todd|(;vaded ttip 

•1.0.; .',,1 ih.i me .-,s .... ^r^n r n.laeShep.nd .L-ave himself up 

f^AACr rrowns '■■" '1'"'"- '"'^■■. a'^'J T"dd was. 


lie .!> 
well' dl- 


1 111. 

""■'■ ■■ ..,.'> di II. II injcrr 

'■ -'■'■•'•' '■^- \id. 't n n. ,',iC .'I'liin, lii'iiifil . ' i ■ .nlinued f,,cn Pcjeli 

. erptcd 1 li.atite; ■ .cf po-ibl V do - „-,^ . ,^ . , j ,., ,!,.. 'p ie-(i,.y >ep,n!. ,,^ ., ,in.lei .-i.mdinj v. u e,,un, i- 

I'i-d, c 'o wa.it !•; ,. .;_ieti!ili( 'i|- s., -..s , o.i p.i-ed o; dep.i, fiieni ^ ,,,,'ij ,•,, 'a|ii,|, ;he iiidu.-ir\ eoiii- 

l\ e\h.ni--live esmnniiinn i'! .i •■,!, v^:,, i, dii' i.i'io il nnnoiiiv i..in,.'| !i~, I! to a- [loii. \ ot co,:- 

d.-epl> imrviM.int pulilii- T>'oii- m .>Mp ecfio-' i-e- . . . i- l.m \'.<'- ... loti-lv .sliiviriL' ', pr. -eni The 

I)i (.■',i.,i!ii iMit i.aiorant i,,.,., Hj,. ,, , n.,,, ;,, ..ihc; de,. ,i i-_ Xei,-, ;, he ^pnc ir- ;n .\meii- 


ibi' cdniim-f e' i'>n o' < h'» 'i*- in 

,1 !i.:" -'iin' e 1 .1- 1 IH .\ e 1 il 1-- 

...'1 ,;ie .^illoe. 1 .1^ all ol e 

^h" lid :l,i\ . Iiat \' nea. > • I 

plopound tr.eo' plltlll. i> V. le 
ol'C . oMle... .il' 'CJ W ,111 >oine 'p- 

p.n ,'iir> c.ni. ,,di. im ; I e '- 
\'., :. h nnik.- . .v -o o,; ..n., e\- 
aii lue mv i.le.i^ .1 I. 'lie n " e 
1- : eliidv . I \-r <\ -M.l h'-inj "il'o 
,• \ ,dc i~, i'lC I ki • II in nni-'ii 
t'l :! •i.;._\ ,,: ,. ii'M ,,, , ,.v- o US' 
t.le |;i-t U'.l d on the su,)1.-, I 

This 1 onii ibiiti- to ,vh I' 1^ 

kii...vn as "viatile deh.ili 
detiaip ■ ,11 I led on in ^ucii ,i u.i\ 
a^ I > makp po>.-ii'le ..n li.',ie-i 
and constructive i oiii lu^:oi!, 

Tne Conant book i-n't ilx'it^ 
th.' '-.M (• que-i .in .1.-. 
Miv e i! de.d^ \' i'b 


,ind in iihi r I- hi' bi.ised 

i !e i< .1 ^iii Me-nunded eda- 
. ii.i, \\ h 1 b.i^ pMl>ued lii~ '!,- 
'•'. , ,\ e M'l !oi 111 in bi< ^'iidv -o 
'e,,.,,.|\ Ih.il he n ■ : \\\' d to de d 

\ illi 'iie 111! 11,' e^ I ,i : n i.,l ,i"li- 

■:,', > n-i; or .1.- .in>i tl'ie Ne^- . 

i ', . IS , 111. v.'akiie.~ M he 
'i -jilaved b\- .ii:\ ^^ i I'er . ', ■- 
I ■■; ned '.\ n'l a [in ililem ^o ileep- 

\ inifi fi na'' d In r i. lal ' c - 
1 ', s I, III ii doe- ii'ii make liie 

e, ;■ .1" an te;ioi iir.u- no: .i 


i',1 .,'> " 1 ,1 ouii J 1- I onlpo.'-ed ot 
den I, 'n eiil>- in v lii. Il the /iian;- 


■4J' 

call' hie Siiii e the me. ijn,- mi 
pel i.ini proures^ n 


.iir.'>i'd rn .in apa,rtmpn'l near 
ihe -ieep of 'he fiL'ht 

The ,ir.a in whi. h the battle 
.1, .Lui'il - Iii'iiana avenue^in- 
die nei_!d)orh<»c.d of iith and 7lh 
viieeis - - IS oije. of mountini; 
t.-n^ion- an .area that is almost. 
S'llidK \c-i'o and where hosliu- 
u.iin-i- the police has bepii 
up -t'.adily for some time, 
hat 


'■,■ of 'iMil'ititv .l..llIi'<'nipioves "X],. _|i„-oii ,-;illed a m.^elillL- ' -^ 

I s "I'C . I,is~li u alloP'; 1.-/ lii'l.ivs ,,f' -,,■,.', iillj: diie. 'o,< -.ind '■■[Jle- 

•I'd'..! .ooup :; IS . / :v.-, „.„..,:,,,^-„^ .■a-ine.au.'n. le- nv ^^■■^''"- "^ '"^ '■'^''^ ^'^"^^ "? 

; ,„p.cim,.m^ m Ala. i,V""no- i,,i:,;.. ,,„'„, ^„. P'liicv W ;MMve V^ " '''^ ''"-^'^ '''"'T^' -^ '^ " > 

lon.'l -pi.eli..- ^.a.' lO'iii't -o ^;,,, , i,,.,!,,,. ,'^1]'^ o! t.i> .■:- f"'"' ^'J'^'"'" "'?'" ^■' ™"^ 

e ,,, ' ,u M;uid nd whd./ 1.1 'Till ,,„;,; ,, ,,.„. pi, .ni, ■■.lion,. W - >i"';'l^^- - ■'"'1 use knsultem rac 

.. '.-pos,.,. , ■ (I'ep.n.Mnenw x],|._.,,„ 


he 11 th. !>■ ■': 
1. . n' iiidii .it I 
Ion 


h 


■|t 


V w 


'111, .Mi'r 


1 .'.siHin-.itile f.",i 'I* ' . |.,,,,, 

ti.in of io|,i,ed et,,|dicM 111 <l,rn 


i\ e I). .'U c.'-i il- s,', . 

n.i ■i.'.mil.v i-J., ,|,|.s III ,an_o!li, I' -. e,a. 

»l di-,'i 1,1,- Scieen uii'.-i- an.i. dn, ',■..•' -. 

' .IS wjdl ,,. TV n.'i.voiks. ire..' 

:e.o,e.-i|i! o|i| liir F.o.'iid ,.,1^,., 1,,,,, aiipro.i. n.'d. tne 

ni'.i.. M;-' Il will n \:v 1 ec,,,mm.'nl;a- XaaCI' -.id. -^''.w iiidmj. the 

J w.iiild e.! Si.'sii;. I .-, ,.n>',n. n.d.j i|,,,,s ;u to I'ir .uf's I.' and '.', s,.ji,.!ni.,:i ,is>ri l,-"'d 

ll'.ii some ol die l.M, lieis .md 'wiihii. 'ill 'i,i\s, in' IdilinL; !<■- l|i( Ki;TIN<; (OVTiM K"« . 

so, i',|o'.;ists ;md psw ii,iloji-'s ,..,iii.,,(.iiii .. .,,;,s I,,,- .union 'The ' ij\,,. 4^:^.1 that ail 'l'n\-.' .n-iims 

..ind s.. I'll W'.ikeis who h.iv.' V.A^\r w.is ut-it-ile I.) li.iin h'lw h.ivf ■ Liaf a soue.ii ;ir, .u.'.duoik 

h.'iT, h e '1 t <• li I V . ondemnau ic.-mv dep,-,i Imeni s liljl in the p,,- |,,:.,|| pi-ojre-s ba.scd 0,1 iin- 

■ -.aiies an.l Siiliu. os" tw" ! Ji- i ;, , ,,,p :' m.,,) :; , .iie,-o. ils o, the .in -|i;,.n(!in'.: .uid , oop," .a-tcn iio- 

) nan-cs ,,( in,.se d, p.arl'nieni.; i\'.e*H ,es|N,nsible repies.'U'a- _ - . 

■ ii'.wc-,.M- tiin.i' jii'i u i!-.ii i„4 ,.r ,i,p Ne.ioes ■ ,',r.d 'b,' • Rgport Vioience 

Y mill, tit 1 n.a, .„ >, ,\s,i ,. .-s , ,r,i\- . U i, :* ■■'',,. 1 lie 1 I lin.'Iv" s. .)S 1 ] ., .... -1 .,.,,......., ),.,. • 

11,1 i::ve til' niselxcs si.\ 


ppnh.'ns and name eaiiin 

Tile -;,-!ni,a Monica N.^ACFTp- ", 
]vi\:< d-i.ii thev have renealedS.'.' 
n.^encdled ini.i> the -area be- 
,aii,se I-,! me hosiilaies tliat.have- 
: I.T'i-n en^TRiierod • ' ^ 

\ It is a dens!\- nv .'r-f)^>pula;e.,i 
an.'... wdieve f .1 m i I 1 e s are 
■ I'.iwried 10 10 !-' 1,1 aiii'iuse 01 
ip.artment aii.f where mcomps 
are Irequcnily low. ; 


I'im.. it>; .iiililo- ' :inii-Ne.'r, 
'"' 1.-. ih..ii iml.la- 1:1)1 .ail, '- 
■'/"'•'' ■""' ^■""' "' • "'■■ be-'er Mill, to lii.ai tio,.!xs,,,.,-s ,„;iy ,}>,,,:■ jj ,,. ,;„' ,,iun-ivs,:,s j j.,i,v\^., ,d .-nte. tamment in. la 
r.n i.il h'l'.r I i.n t- p::ii,e'.diy „,, ,,.^,. thnisehes s,.\e!:il , |, ',,,,' i..^... • , , , -. i _vd ' \Mdi a 


: l.'.is, I.) -lii'iv the 
lUin'.i s p:in.-ii..il thesis :,nd 
,1! ncai-sjum ui-oan neiejil.,!- |,,, . ,,jn,,,, < ,i,-.-,he.c 'on miliii ■ 
(,K,d< II w:,< in-'Mt.dii.- tb:i' Dr. ^, , ,|,.,,, ^^,;|, ,.,,,,-,1 f:,,;,..' 
<••,;. lilt sli,„il,i Hii.i li.:esell in- rrh.-n. .'n,! not unUl 'ben , ;m v- e 
\',|..e,l m Violent inid .ii:,ii. ,,,.,.,!,,,, v, ,1 le d. li.'e ■ '11..- 


i'..ni even b<|..,e his liook h.id 


v\ ; 1 1 r 1 \ e Us :i , 1 1 . 1 1 . ■ ■ ■ 
..'■'•'■a- l: e n e . ,llv d.si, ii,i|i,-.i i|,.,,„. ,|„. ^,.,„',,|i pun 
a: .m; die n:.l foiiobrin li.i.,k- .',,,,,,,, ,,, .1,,:,.,.- |-; i 
^.s ',,p. o' ii,e 11 ,1.'.:, Ac'l ,'veiv- .,.,,1,,., And a b\ -n: • .,ii.'-i 
> nel , bi- ll.ls lie. '11 , I ml I o!l'c:| 


llel|l 


f.Ml'l.t)\ K < IH.< K 

,• , .ciimi'le,- IIMOC 1 
;.' ii ion !'■• 1 ,''(pin 111- 

He, ; t 'M' :,i 

k ,c emploVCs' '.I liele, e'ine 


ti>'. il \'-.Miki lie ,inloiii.i:i,.;e if 
lib i,iv i.sed a, tiv ;' ics o;. .nu ,n- 
iln.uiu.i's \'.,'re ;illi)wed to h.rn- 
i:;- p. " co'i'irtuinc iiro^ress "N . 


'(■i.n'ir.ufil f ■em Pa'je D 
.ind i"ok Iier ;e\ay fn the pfilicr 
cjir. .S:',T*iii said. '- 


I , 


ni.;1i 


lid 'h,' nfiicpis wpiF 


it :f!3.. pickemiL' IS .■.intinum-. :.i,ijhm- am.oim thpinselves and / 
v.ike a li',iv.\e!\ .md aiip.aiently E;:iin- ,:,i,f.,,hnc the speech of . Mrs. / 

etprsoti .,' ■ 


.iv.ii-.ihle iespon.se. (leoi ;: 


., 1:..:' I.. 

:e,,|ii , , And a b\- 
ti'is e\i II' sjoii 11. to 111.. :i. e.i 


b' -,» '1. n\ p'lml.iv.'s III. Tp w, ■!■('. .I,,ni*'s. ,,n.. of the pukcls m l,-, .ni I.ec.na repor'ediy w as eventji- / 

b ■■■ '".ms u, :,■ '-N •j:,.e.> ^Oii- ,,| idairmiiis ("iiin^'sc Tiieat.i :dly i.ik. n '.> (.;p,ii e,a Receivins 

en-:. Is. M.'M- :e'-.\in.-! M eis ":,n,l Lis- Sem.iiv. said I ;' I'.v ,n-\ .'.ne H,,..p,,al tor ueatmenl. 

, iIihT p, 'ii-w lilt' s " In l.s 1 epo, ' w:is s\ ,i,p.,i;iei:, . Pe,)p!e W(\-e 

if - ,:.i that lh( itit'. his :i t.- mierested m \'.ii.it \vt' \\ei'i> pio- ' ■■ ■ 

■i! .• 1717 Ni'i,. .■niploves ".ir i.-shii.." m.,,,^ iliafi I th,>U4nl 

<.,| ,i| .'.ibSlD. The [)ei.i 1) - UlP.v woul.l he, 

Neei'., s is Jl .Ti^ while liie 'VU^. sIoia- ,1 il„s 


ol 


p 'Pub' 


,: ^\v' 


.111 V .vl-., 


hC'ii 


.1 o 111, 


.w 


piop^sl h:is 

,s: on lb.. 

..\er CT^s; 


l.\ ;ei.:\- .N.jio d.-i>uMnts 'Ah'. ^, ,, ^^ , e.i.i.iiL 'w ill be ,.ui ov n 

'1 •■■-'■'" '*'<■ ei.i:... V .ami -vci , _, ^, ,| ,in,lersi<»m,iiii-4 ol ■■ hv 

eie ii,.,ipsi_v ,,| ,h.. airn.ii - .■ m\ , , t 1, ,,1 •n,', ,■ eli.m, "s .n 

''l'*!''-- .'l:. |Li-t. Thai :v 1' «.■ ,e i e div 

\'<\\ ,is I ii.o.e s,,-.,| i s. e i.|i..|es!ed \n kn"y..ne, • ,^ ..|i|,ro\im'a!i^!v T.i,4 \h'\- cent. K.dph Smiev sh' 

Tlie overw hi'bnitiu maioi'ilv, Pelei son said. 
1.'7 .'.i! ot coiintv empl, c>es weri" 
1 lassitied .is (biii.a.si.m The ' i' 

(o'limittee foun.l 17sl . M. \a .ms. 
'.',S, (Jneiitals c-i ",:'.ii MthPi 
r >:'iiti... ,1 lo.'ii I'.;,. ' T i'\ ,■■ ol',.,p i„,l,li,s ,.1 .,n , .-e n '11 villi, -s' ., i.ie.oiimc odis " u'.inlinued lr,.ni P.:.;,' 1' 


Waiters Hired 


Loren Miller Says . 


Bar Owner 


d", m' ; lined from Pa^e 1> 

iiiiiiij of Xe;:roes at eslahlish- 
:n.'nts '.v iiere Xecroes spend 
tlious..iid< ,)f dollars annuall.v.'" 

They iirepd N"e£;ro organiza- 
tions to c.oniinue' the drive. 
"Tbis ,',in best be done." they 

,id, ■ in sp,'i>dinc: our money 


1 


ja e.'in, 's t, 


le ill. 


t,-.. 7.' couiiUe-; dim ur-,' I iie ie;."i: o i ,01 .;.-v lion h.' u :i.s .-nje'ripUne I,, nut Mosley ,„,|y ai 'ii-' eMtillli.shments tak- 

l:,'t)ub|., .m t. ',ds ,.:„i ihi'v .I'l- .IlsIi .111, i,;s(.(i not l-e.ansp Miev "■ im o! the Ne_ 1 ,.,-s emplovci out ,.,• thp hat b.'i :ms,. h,' was ,„._, p,,^,,,^,. steps to end disci i- 

ii'iin, 1,1 I!'.' n(i"ss.i:\ num.! it ,|, . inn.ited. or lb' ea!i-i'i>,) '•> i'> 'b.,'; r.iim-. n-,' i;t Iovmm; fitiink. Aliir iii> w.is iniure,!. mmat ,011 in their eniploymen; 

qii.ip with.,ut Hileii'ii.p to 111.' d.i, innate. Mis^issi.iipi but be- Iv.oket . ipi i, d io'k n, .r h,iw - Kall_ard i.ild l-lid.iski nlrii had p, :i,.i;,'ps ' Thp> al^o• uf-ged 

:.'.d liiuni' r.v s,,.i,(. i|ii,,k . .uisp the ppnpip vvb.i i.m tiip m:,n\ aie' pni;iio>e,l in m.'ni.d hapiMaied. qu.iUlied \,^L;i-,)es to continue to 

l.vi.hs iioie,. ,'<,un V \'.:is ibe -i.ue v\.'ie d.-'ernnned I,i de- [>, -liioiis in 'b.' .enn'.v deii.e'- Heliski vven; oni !!",> the spi^k 'emiilov mpiit in al' capari- 

l:.s, d,, (oiint lis Icdi.'is ,11 ih,. pi.\e tii.'m ,i| .ill [)aitinp:iti,,n ni.nf- Tiie fi.ii! cs ;is siilnniitct slreei to 't.ilk to Moslev aiiduas ti,,s- .it the city's . hotels .and 

is:... il(-, 11, n. n ,,.vei nmer.i. 'I !mr:s liavei t m 'be i'upsdav ;,'i>,.rl ,b,l n,>i atta, ked himsel! ._ I'pst.aurantN. 

Iiin,pil mil. b since ihii time, vwieiiiliie pei.'.ac, .• .^'tN.i;!.! P,.li,,. ,11 r.^sied iiu' Sn,,i,t- . ., 

vM-.iU- ,oll:ir enipl,';. es as fi>b ' ,il' his home. W l\i>\ iie 

Tl KNK.I) RKSI'KCTAIU.K ijaiiist whii.'s m ilip s.m,.^ ^.ilp- d, iia-d that he had b.au ,11 the 

...nnt\ bv n.a m.np thin IJini ^'''''" ''"'-^ ''"' '"'''" "'"m"- uoi > n.ir' cunp.iie the numb.n- Pretty ^;irl I5ai-. He h.id Iv.m 

declioJis bv- tbidi and v lol, ii< e of N. ■.;.■(> l.iU.ii-is wiib nb'ic's .-(t home .ill day. be s.iid. Latpr 


1 i.'mo. I :it 1.' idei ; i..,, |. ,l:'.'s in 
olhe,-. counties wei.' a.ssiiip.l t|,.,i 
l.vn. h woiild v- in his li.'.mi- 


T!ie\ announced .a tot:il 


l.ir .1 nnmbei ol v.'ais the Deot- m tli.il s:ime , bissifi, .itieii 


' oir in The other count,, s ne< es- 
s:ii > to (w.'i ( .inip stall a m.i- 
101 iiv but I.v'ich ttirnt-d np -.\|ib 
.111 ispii ni.ii.rily in li:s home 
I' an;\ ;i?id \v.is pIpiUc,! Iiv H.imi' 
L'on vole.s stice the Dem.ici:,!- "■'""" ""'' ^'■""•-' P^v .k-es 1 


he admillpd hp h.id bpen dimk- 


CALIFORNIA 
EAGLE 


o. I. Its dr'cided lo ttiin lespcci,' 
ble. TIk'V , ,illed A lonsiiluliot 
.-,1 .-onv-enlion m ls;)il .-md uispi 1 
.'.I 111.' c'aiise th.it d.-nieil 1 .-i;'- 


Til,' P.,. .I'd w IS :,sb:ed lo ml hil; all day at the Prptlv- Cirl. 

- siiiict hcaiN ol the Iti den.ni- lie was un;ible to e\pl'im 

- m.'.as t'l .], -■:-{■,, ,ev\- Ib.Mr .sc- blo.rd si.iins on iii< ro.ii 

- 1.', lion [iioie-s.'s- ly oni.M- 1.0 \\ iien oiri.cis aliem|)led t.i 
> pl.i. e mi'inbers " o! ininof.:iv Itandcuif him, lie tripped and 


2101 W. Vernon Ave. 

Los Angeles 8, Calif. 

AXminsJer 5-3 T 35 

LOREN IVtlLLER 
Publistier 


,,,,,|,l,ii ,,,, |..|,.j^ .,|,,j ,),,,,,. anv pei.s.m vv-ho <'oiild n.il under- emnps in :ill , i.is-.-< ol loli--. leil. sttiknic: his Ijea.i on Ibn 

li'.'ir t.-il.i|s Thev nevir mad.- -'''nd and -.nlerrn el Hie i-onsliln- c.'. iHib/e mmor'iiv 'jioiin em- floor. p.ili.e sai.i He n i> 

ib.n sa-np'n.,is;:ikp aeain. ' '"" "^ "i"' s,-.tislaeIion of Ihp plov... m ]» 

vdtinL; i-p.^istrai 

P(>ril.\K M1TII ,-,iursiv Th.-n <l:ni-ip iust barplv nipi-ilal proinolioi. p.iluies and 

(a>ntrary to tne. ,aieliillv s(|i;eaked by and w,iuld have ■fpttel out .irTy elements ihal f, 

ii'iiuished jiopulm- m\ih. Ne- ben d'deuipd if it hadiif won Ipnd tiipm.-.plv-ps to a paltPin of 


Thursday, Jan. 11, 1962 
Vol. LXXXI ' No. 43 


i:d , :ip:ici- boiikpd lot assault with a deadly 
wjiitp of tips and a:;. iiiv(^sti_;aip d,^p:irt- vve,i7)on. grace si 

F.. p. WAL 

EDWARD -ABIE-" ROBINSON 

Circulation Mgr. 
SS Office' Mgr>s^ 


ifVIONS Executive Editor/ 
^LLER. Jr Arfv. Mgr^ 


■^I'.K's ii(.\e, ilomin'tPii si.il,. ihi. MiiiiH)]! ol .1 N.'i'ro dele- disi limin.ition." 

•^.iM'rii'nPii' ui -Mis .ssippi al- '^ii,-' F.,r whit it s woith, it i>; The ornjinal i-eijucst lor the ; 

th,'ii'.:h thev were a majoii'y ol mlei ,-si in,,^ io ii,ile tint that \e- invesiieajlo-.i w:is made by the {, ^ 

Ihe pojiulalie'i The ;>iv tii is k.'iii :;r'i h.'id beia-t :i p.'i sonal servant Cimmnnitv P.elatmns C.nler- ]) / L\^ rl /ll-f/^f 

alive as an escusp lor tlip mi- to .lefler.-ion Davis. piicp beaded 'bv Ciemue Thomas, j({ ■* /fC L-jU ILiJl 

tial and eonlaiued disliiinclnse- 


Alier the (iinsiiiulion miU<ers '" i' 


ment of .\ei;r.) volers. No Np'no i,.,,) t.oniplpiod their i-i.;L:Pd doe- pptvisor Debs m:iilp the motion 
i-i)se alKive the rank ol ,justi-p ol uniptil there was .mi much opjx)- vvhicli 
the peace in the judicial sjslein. j,,,,,,^ ,hat they dared not sulv 'he < 


)oiisp to thal| t-pqupst. Ml- 



Letters to 



)) C A L IVI E R U S 


BAY AREA REPRESENTATIVE 

E. G. Allen . .1512 ,-!6«h Si. 

Phone EXbrook 5-1591 
',;'■' STA MONICA BRANCH OFFICE 
\l 190' ;Oth street (Upstairs) 


°hone EXbrook 4-8033 


==J 


Ipd to liip form.-ition ol Ijlear Miss Simons - 
Inniittee Thank vou foi- the ekcelleiiT 


SUBSCRIBE NOW! 


Two Ne'jroes .sen-ed as secrp- ,„„ j, ,,, ., p.jpui;,,- vote. Thpy WOKKKKS NOT I.ISTKU 


tarv of state, one as lieuienanf 


$4 00 for 1 Year 

st,)rv- on mv- nnfk .ompaiiy -T $2.50 for 6 monthCi 

solved Vhat minor problem by In ns tPix.i-t ihp conn-nittpe opening,' lip npw fields o) emplov- AdjudfcVt^dn !?e^r«'N°"t!!ber 

governor and another as slat*, (ie.idinc that thev had the did iiol list the number of mi- nienf lor Negroes, publishpii in 123228 

superinlendent of eduealion. ,, .,,or 10 proclaim it as the fun- nority umoup employes in the Hi the December L'Sih edition of the °'^*^b''i*si^ed"et'"y'Thur"sday by'^ 

One Neero served as senator for damenlal law vviihoul uettinu offondin-.; eounlv departments Californiti Kagle. ' 

■ less than a year and another for appioval from the voters. .Mis- nor did it piesont anv tabulation -M.a^sJ lake this opixntuniiy to J^%foV'w«t^vfrnon /venue*)'" 

a si.\ year lerm. There was only sissippi has been operalinK un- of those holchrit: hieher or pro- e.xpress my consjralulations to v.in Ness, Los Angeles 8, Calif, 

one Ne-ro conKTe.ssman oul of ^pr that basie document ever fessional jobs. 'novveveV that in- you fnr the consistently fine job Ente^red^ as _ Second ^^"'^^Matter 

SIX al any siven time. since. Any man who - has Ihe formation was , secured and is you are doing with your pajxM. off.ce at Los Angeles, California, - 

.\I the liPi£:ht of Reconslrue- cura-;? to buck that kind of ki-i.-wn to be in the committee's .Mso. plea.se extend my thanks under the Act of Marcti 3, I87t . 

Hon in 1S73 there were 40 Ne- history is entitled to reco,:nition. b:m<is. Tbeie vveie n,) indica- lo your repoiter, P.otieil Far-' represented NATIONALLY 

Uroes out of n.T membrrs in If you know a Iwtler nominpp ti,,iis jistowbpn. if pver, at will rell.-nvho coveied the story so by CONSOLIDATED j, 

the lower liouse and seven out for Man of The Ve.ir po ahead be released. ' } well, 

of .■5."> inetnDers of Ihe stale sen- and name him I il sliik to Pvob- Thtf poinmillee sairl that "on 

ale. .Negroes never had a major- ert L. T. Smith. ** Uie whole, ntinoiiij groups ap- 


Churi 
of us 
Christ 

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Rev 
Bible 


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and I 


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.■Vich'ie .MoOrp Milk Co. 
Aii'hie Moorp, Pies. 


publishers INCORPORATEt 

.545 Fifth Avenu* 
New York 17, New York 


I 


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4-. 


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irged 
jioting 
lice 

Im Page 1^ 
[fenses: some 
carrying con- 
others of in- 
officer in 

rjcs 

and booked 

|r.s, 19. Wood- 

and Leonard 

|?ie three wrre 

ics violation, 

'anuary 31. 

ircotics viola- 

a roncealrd 

-; Hamni. '2'2. 

at the time 

|p gainst uhom 

f'=en filed by 

Tpy at press 

HoUey. STi; 

'is. of fi40 In- 

allegedly hid 

iraped police; 

'_'4; two .iuve-i 

rivenile boys. 

as lo just 

Jfle'red. pohce 

called 10 a 

laiajia ■avt'nue 

|v! complaint 

-yas i.T ptiir;- 

|i>iui 111 yoiinK 
y.ficeis "l. \V. 
Tudor at- 
I'.^nd •naiidriiff 

JiKFn 

Id our mio the 
The> UP re 
l'.'! of ofhe;>. 

if several of 
^t'emplcd ^ to 

risoneis from 
iJing that fol- 
<ign and R. 
Idly upre in- 

|id evaded H'e , 
c himself np 
|:id Todd v^ ;<*■ 
Mrtment nr^c 

l^rht 

h .the. bflii'e 

|.a axefuie in 

hth and Tih 

of niouritini; 
I'iRt ii!; almost 

'here/ hosiiii- 
|.'e hiis hpcri 
sorne time. 
:a clsim th;i! 
I'.n. S luo \ e 
'n t'> rui^n 
[-■"-ulTiirm lai c 

\: NA.JtCF '^- 

inra'-:''- 

Hie '1:0.1 hp- 

;e>.i4! ii hnv e 

'i.t;r-ryipnia'f'd 
fci i 1 i p s are 
f.i ft n')i:se .)■ 
[ere uKdnn'^ 


»ience 

pAi-e 1i 
n ihe p<ilicp 

[fflCPlS Hfp 

■nsel\ps snH 
'CH of Mrs. 

>.\a> p\fn':\- 
a Receiving 
"ent. 


ired 


'a:;e T- 

[ 10 eslahli^h- 

l roes sp* nd 

annually" 

.o i)rc;ani/a- 

;he drive. 

done," Ih' V 

our- nionev 

llunrni^; tnk- 

> eiKl liisi I i- 

[ empliivrrTni 

aNo lirrpd 

continue lo 

all I ,,pa.- - 

hotel- fliiri 


KIA 
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an Ave. 
Calif. 
1-3 1 35^ 

lLER 


|11, 1962 
No. 43 

^cuttve Editor 
Adv. Mgr. 

Robinson 

Eiylation Mgr, 

'Off.ce Mqr. 

ESENTATIVE 

1312 .-6th 8.. 

■ i:9' 
'.QH OFFIGF 
UpStSirt) 

4.go:r 

I NOW! 

Year 

months 

months 

\:t Number 

July 1, 1923 
nursday by 

Publistitng 
AveAiie, at 
eles 8, Calif, 
lass Matter 
at the Post 
California, 
rch 5. 187» 

i.TIONALLV 
3ATED 

jrporXteo 

^enuc 
lew York 


♦>. 


) 


.f 


Chrisfian Answer 

By REV. MAURICE A. DAWKiNS 


i-SANTA- 

M@NICA 

NEWS 


The Third A.ssombly of The World Council of 
Qiurches came, to a dramatic close recently, and those 
of us who were jirivilejjed to witness the making of ijov. C. Baker Pearle. pastor 
Christian historj^ could readily agree with Time Maga- of Fiist .\.MK church-b>-the- 
7Jne which labc!f-d the conference the iaeginning of "The --^ca. h,is been asked to take 
.ShiCON'O RKFORM.NTION '■ '" ' " '" '~ cliarqe of the •'Karly Morning 

A new era in the life of ihc;.-,[i;rit of zeal ftom these W.ilk with Ciod," a praver .serv- 
lifo of Iho Clirisii.n Ch.ur'h w a's riu«c lies v\ui!ld chaiv^e the ne, duiin^ the ■■Feeding:: of .the 
t>>rii at .New Dfll;!, The hla. k, uhcle appniai !i of ' mis.-.!on,ir.v f-"ive Thousand" <M\nferenc-e in 
h:o\vn. and yeiloA men of ihework. indeed it siH'mcii as Deiner. on .lu!y IS- 111', lU.shop 
world in ilie so . alli'd "\i)uni;er|Ilinu!;h missionaries would he !I, Tl;omas I'lamm has sched- 
clmrilies" were iitiva>usly sei/-|( omiii;,; fnim Alii.a an I A-..i to nied the di-tnct conference and 
, IHK a historic 'opiiortnniry and laiiope and .Xniema. The C'o.in- h,is <h. -icn several ministers to 
.^ivinc new meannij; to the old cil retlected these f.i. is ;n its (.anv ciui [vntions of the pro- 
ideas i»f .Ii'sus. -.u ;ion elci ii 

One m.irvelei.1 .it ihi^ .-pcitacu- of uhoni V. 
lar acheivomenis oi the ('hurch Ir.dia. ami .<i 
of South Indi.a .^ liei-e ail ,\liii i icpic 
Protestant Denmn; ),i!:ons com- pC'.ple of the 
bine then' effoits to produci- a 
united niihtant Chan li ,,f Christ. 


Church News 

BARBARA MOUNTS, CHURCH EDITOR^ 



- ,-~i\ prc-;flonis 

r^avid M 'srs of 

Vl ,i!ui': Ih, iT. of 

.•ijt' Wm^ ilirkei 

u-..rl.l 

The lOil-nrip ("en'r.il C.'maut- 
lec im luded L'"* A-i :ns .and .\(- 


•.;r.i:n. 

.Mc: 
,1 Mi-no 
Fk>.; 
on N 

;!lo.^c 


aiid tlie tnior! i-'htii 

Ion, vvhcie a luiiied 

Christ is t'rowii:.; !i_v 

txiunds. One woiidc 

future would hi .i '.\ hen Ihe .Ml tion- 

.■\frica Cunforence of Chiistian >ion.- 

Churches nice'- m l.'i'i-'. -'i'ne m oi 

Hkwxl tran';fu>. m ■'■mi'm f:oiri 

■1.") Asi.tn agd '.'•. .Minan Chur. h 

iKidies and thc.r v\i;nc.-s fo; 

(Christ in the ho.!-, of itie Church 

I'niversa! v.as nakmi; s^rcnt 

chan<-;e<. 

It seemed (luilc clear Ihal a 


1 m Cev-'rnans ai.il .\mei i. ,m 
i rhiiTih of leailerslup m the North 
v leans -and can repn .-cnt.i'ion. .X 
ed what Ihe ciuss sci !i n of cultures 


111 


ou^ 


m, tn 
Mdlcr 
Mr.. 
i;;anv 

The 
:'(•! cm 


Neyro 

.•\miMi- 

;enuine 

n.i- 

iiCivnls and c\pic.s- 

tiiMh v^.trkin;; to;cthcr 

iiie arroid m.ide it possible 

e.ivc Ni~u Delhi convii;ceil -'^''~ 

t li.d -1:11 wor::^ m m.v s;en- 

\v.us. and that the L'nilv ue 

.v.i: m Km :ilom liUildiii.; was 

.,t la>f cli in ;i;-.j iidni pie m the 

-'■v to Hie. id of Lilc (iU the 

i.ii'Us oi n'.cn. 


liio'-^ of the community 
cA the opfn house at the 

.\MI-: Church-hy-the-.Sea 

cv\ V'-ar .-. d;i.v , , .\mont; 

ilom,; a veoman s job dur- 

:■ inlerv.al ucie .Mrs. Katie 

Mrs. Cledonia Walker. 

.lacquclvn John.-<on and 
others 


BISHOP JOKD.A.N 


Testimonial for 
Bishop Jordan 
Helps Students 


Dallas Visitor 
Notes Changes 

Charles R. Gray-s of PaUas, 
Texas has visited in California 
many limes, he told the Eacle 
last week, but the changes in the 
Uca Angeles and Santa Monica 
areas ir|.lho la.s1 few years are 
far reacnin^. 
' flrafTL's. a miliianl fiditer for 
the votinK and human rights of 
.N'et;ioes in the ,south. has been 
active fn N.\ACP and other 
iivil ritjiits seekjnc: ^■loups for 
many years. He Was one of the 
charter members of Ihe Dallas 
NAACP and still serves as an 



VI.SITOR— Charles R. GraRj^s 
of Dall.is, Te.xas, is visiti^it; 
relatives in Santa Monica and 
enjoyiri;; the California sun- 
shine. 

Federation 
Workshop Scf 
Af First Baptist 


Thursday, Januaryll, 1962 The California Eagle-S 

L. A. District Assn. 

^ ' ' . ' ■ 

To Meet at Magnolia 

The Magnolia Baptist Church and Pastor G. C. Wil- 
son will host the second quarterly session of the Los- 
Angeles District Association Wednesday and Tliursday, 
Jan. 17-18, at 216 E. 31st street. 

Under the leadership of 
moderator P. J. Ellis, one of ^^^* of missions,' v.-ith Mrs. 
the outstanding: features vvrl be "-^^^ L. Adams, president, will 
the establishment of a fund for 'f '" ses-inn at 2 p.m. Mrs. 
mission church support. '^'■^■'^' J'" McXiel will speak. 

KFFh:(TIVE .■VII.MSTKY Thursday evenmc;, 7 p.m., the 

Gn Wednesday, Jan. 17, the young p.eople'.s department of 
ipastors conference will nicet ■'"'-^sions. ?>Ii,= . Curtis . .Entwine 
iat 2 p.m. with Rev. Whalen s. '"'-ecfor. wiil-c^ose the session 
Jones, president, leading: pas-' ■'^•^h R°v. \Vh-"len S! .Tones as 
lors in the theme, "Seeki-'ft; an ''^'' ^^peaker. Several choirs 6t 
Kffective Pastorial Ministry." 'he district will sm^.. , 
' Wednesday at 7 p.m., Ralph 
r^avis and the laymen vxiil he 
in sessn.'ii with Ike .Xdair.s 
spcakin.::. The mens thorus oi 
Cethsemane and Kaitiilul Ccn- 
Ira. Churches w„. .s.n.: A, «AMEChurch 


Simpkins to Sing 
Concert- a^ First 


(p.m. 


the usiiei 


department 


.-Mjulhci II C.iiiforni.a Con- 

1' la'anch of the Women's 

n.iiv S iclv of ili(> .\MK 

h s ]■' !',:raiion.al Deparl- 

and the Promcilon and 

iMo:: Co::vn;nee. -,■. i|| hold 

;v annual institute at the I'irst 

\Mi: Chmch of I'as.idena. lllj 

a' Vc; IV :i, at 10 a m. tiMlny, 


Campl>ell Collet;e Chancellor 


Cho'i 
nii-nt 
1 iii.ic: 


Science Sermon to TeSI 
Need of Unselfish Life 

A comminiion si"'V:ce entitjled "Sacrament" will be 
held on SunxLay in ail Qiii.-.t;an ."■"cionrc churches. The 
Ajwstle Paul's advice to Timothy (I Tim. AA'2\ consti- 
tutes the Goldi^n Tr::t.. "Be thoy an example ot the be- 
lievers, in word. 111 convor.sation, in charity, in .spirit.. in 
faiih. in pnr:t.' 


hii!.- 


U.ill.-M 

I It:' 

. ;''n.: 

•' Chii 


[■. 


vi n 


'n cle,- 


las Of. 
f the 
i( Calv ai V B.ip- 


e.xciutive officer. #%l rirsi UUpFISir Jinder the presidency of Mrs. Arthur l.ce Simpkin.-, dramn- 

Aside from his church and The First Haptist Church. 7f,(f Clara Eva Tivis, -vill hear .'i tic baiitone ariist v.;ll sing at 
\A.\CP work. .Mr. (Iras.-s said .s. Wesimoreland avenue, is the mes.sage by Rev. C. .lackson, l-'irst AMI: Cburrii, pib. and 
that he has written "Open I.et-\rt,,n.; for the 1W_' Worksho.n pastor of Gethscm.-ine Baptist Towne, Sun lay'momin- Jan. 14 
teis to the Ccneral Public.''' >er:cs -of the Department (if cjiurch. , at the li) . J.') a.m. seivicc. 

I'.ishop Frederick I). Jordan and which have been reprinted in christian Education of Ihf' MISSIONS ] Simpkins^ vvliw has endorsed 

his wife. Dr. Artishia Wilkerson leaflet form and 'wiilely distii- c[,urcli Fojleraiion of \j>n An-' .The Sunday .Schi^.l anl H.ip- the buili'.in- proc;rafn and relo- 
.rirdan. vvere honored at a din- huted. His arlich s appear in the «olcs. Rev' Robert J. Arnett is list Training Union v.iili ,(,n- cation of his historic'-xhurcli ac- 
nor planned by Sidney Schall-,i)H||;,s .News, and Dallas I'lmes the Iwst pastor, vene on Thursday, with Mrs. cording to Dr. If. Hartford 

mann last Saturday evenin-. Urr.ald. , The workshop is for .•>1! work- Amy Ihompson. president, pie-, Prookins. minister, \\ ill later in 

S.ime ?A) guests wlio repi e>ent- in ailditioii to his liter. irv r, .s In Christian Education, suiiiiK and Dr. Horace S". Mavs ^he year Rive a benefit concert 
cd m.iny uf the nia|or cnurches work. (hauu.N is s.ud to be an Chun h SchooK-, Administration, diroi lor of christian edar-ali.,n, for the pro.ject. 

in the arcT heaid Ihe story (if jiuihority on pamiinirs. He has .md Pare.?if and -Youth .uroups. feaiurin>? the work^, of t'ne.-,e dc- - ■-- ^ 

hie iih.qht of more than bio llii;h spent many years sludyini; the Amoni: tho>e lakini: ;m .Tctive [jarlinents. Rev. Joe H. Haid- "Want of Uniform justice is 
-^ h.xil voLin::,^tcrs in .M.-Comb, i-.,^t.!rv ,ind legends of the i,.irl in the condu.i r.f tho ses-wick. pas'.or of the Praises oi a crying- evil caused by the sel- 


'••dXl^l ,„.iled 


Mi~s These sludeins were 


C-non 

h. 
ic I'lannn'.^; CJommiiiee of 

i i .i.eroinin'.; e\erri<es at 
lips Ch.apeL- C.Mf; Chun h. 

at the home of .Mr. and 
, .\. .Icfl. 1 -.,,n 


pas'tor ol the Fraises oi a crying- 
c\- uorld s £;rcat an works and has sions which he^an Tuesday are, Zion Baptist Church, wij^ speak lishness aiid inhumanity 
fro n Ml Comb H i t; h i,.,.tuicd to Mudenis and or^ani- P,ev, Riv L. Thomp-on of 
<.! and blackbailled from en- y,it„,ns on the e.\hibils he has i|Manchester Avenue 


of 


lerini; any public Si h.o-il m the 


ilie at ■ noon 
P.aptisl 


The l.e.~snn-Set mon \\.i! lay 
special en'[)h.is;- on lo;:- ir'ni.v- 
rating the unsellish life of Christ 
Je^us by follo'>\ i!!::; his e.\.intple 
as lie pointed nui in .h.-'iirs ( eis- 


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MC i),'.~Si)Vcr. 
disciples' feet', 
tniin. "Know 
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..\t Ihe fe.i^i of 
liicr w.ishine liie 

Jesus said unto 
ve what 1 have 


WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2230 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. REpubllc 4-1566 


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Rev 11 

Fii'h in C.i 

■ iii'd God ~ 

Mrs Gerv. 

■ ^n h.as re 
;,'eii.iirv the 
;^ er. Mrs j 


.1 .).'hn~"n vavs. 
d uives ihe ,i:ahly 
r'l-.uii.. " 

v>e i;n!e.v. of Clii- 
nirned IxMiie after 

hi :..! i\ < w ith her 
-'l.ini lie Cai Icr and 


iri 1. 
C.inipliell C 

c|C(li!e.| sch'>>l 

f;om hich >;ch 
ie -c, ujiened it-- 

icii!-. r.i.~ii..o 

:.i .M.--sis-;ippi 
ill thc^ .Ne^rl) 


ollc'.^e. .a.i ,ae- 

offiaanj i i.is>es 

fjol tin .ir.;h Col- 

door.-- to tlie StlJ- 
loni.in ■-.lid th.it 
less than h.ilf of 
^IUlicnIs who en- 


n- hit;ii school are able to Ini^h 
I ho> J be, .lu^e oi ( -on .n ic 
•c---ii-es. M.iiu of the 


-eeji tbrouidi tile yea!< .ichiirch and Mrs. \>lva Hen Icr- 

He l.dl ilip l-;,ic!e that be has son. v\ ho aNo serve on the 

icicivcd hundrcils of letten- Steeiiji^ Committee. Rev. 

liom all paits of the rountrv Thumtnon is dean of the vvork- 

.'or his stand iih the ii:Oi's of shop, 

.ill humai.ilv-, die is fuirently The sei les will convene a:;ain 

visjini; rcl.itives .it :j1j1 Vu- on .' .n. bi-.'p and T,t) Ironi 7-9:3u 

101,1 aven-.ie in.- S.inla .Monn a vvork he[i siis^mns 

Elder Stieward at St. Joseph 


he- bro'her-m-law, P.ev. W P. 
Cirtei-. .^he v., In ciVei tained 'b\ 
■:• til:ve,.i ,mi I friends in Le~ .\n- 
.-. Ics aed S,m;'.i Mo'iii a. .Mrs. 
r.i ilcv n an ai'ivo niemfer ol 
•he Herean Eaf-li^t Chuia h and 
Youth DirecioTl. in Chica.tio. 


Jdder J. I-:. Sti'ward of the SI lien 
''■"*■"'■" .los'-ph Tcnple Chun h i-f God 
of imse s-.udcnis m .\KCon = b,^ (.,^,.,„_ .,,,,,^ Corrpton 
ha\e lust tncir johs since 111 
: i,.iver on the Cit> Hall .tops. „.„. „„^^, ,„„,,.,, ,.^ ^, ,„^ was 


Bowen Memorial Methodist Church 

East 36th »nd Trinity Streets — Rev. D. Dewitt Turpsau, Jr , Min 

Worship S-.-vices 8:30 and 11 A.M. 

Church School, 9:30 A,M. 

Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. 


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Leonard ' C 

'•'iiiied home 

ii'er visiiinR 

i Mor.;an, 

st.iM in'cii at M iiah .\ir 

'.ise m Rivi^r>ide. 


-Mr and -M 
Ciemenl. hav-if 
ire'ii l'.:vci.-~.'|e. a 
their jiephcw , jWinl 
.', no I 
Fnree 


HAMILTON METHODIST CHURCH 


REV J C H sj 


DOGCETT. JR , PASTOR 


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6330 SO. 


6 30 p m — Metnodi-st Youth Fellowstiip 
FICUEROA ST. PLeas.int 3-1535 


Ml- and M'- (TMcnee Car- 
et I l.iT I'i'b sii i-v' h.ive 
'tijiied home after an airfilane 
p't,, .-md :re:n D.ll.i-, Tjv.is. 
i-.';nq relative^ and [riends. . 


ISTl W. .36th 


■L A.M.E. cnmcH 


reet , Dr. Fred E. Stephens, Minister 

8 a.m. - "What Faith Can Do " 
n a rr.. — "Our Spiritual Front Page" 
S p.m Vssper Service) — Youth Communion 
WED. 8.00 PiM.-JMID-WEEK SERVICE 



M < ri,/:iheih Terrell, of .mi:'?. 
Pi :ni e sheet in compan.v with 
.M'N l-'oiiiie .Iimn.e.-.(kn. re- 
tiir.. d hiinv after spendin.: the 

'■ i'..l:i\ N V i^.'-.r.j i-c--|ti\ cs attd 
Dietiiis in O.iki mrl. lieikeley 
.in ! S.in Frane!-.eo 


-teps. 
'I; an^pfirLition of the Niii.-.ents 
fiom M(C'oini) to J.iek^ >ii by 
iui< bci-a.':e a lia/.o ,lou-. t.i^k. 
Police weie ho.-,iile and other 
factors made it ,iiecessaiy for 
il:e .•.Indents t,> reieam .at the 
iOilo:,'e, as bo.irdin.; .>ludenis. 
The estii-tiaied cost per student 

-for the se;iiesicr i< S.='O0 

.\ -oi't.iy cave ^jooo and 
odicf v.rl\ \vi.-,hcis Kave lood 
T ii- tiie uirdef. One s\mpathi/.er 
divnated 2U[) jiounds ol iice. The 
n;--,vs of Ihe need for assislance 
his siirc.id ai lo-s ihe nalion,' 
.inrl .oc.ordinL: to Sch.illmann, it 

■i- for tho-e who have the p'eas- 
uiifjif conifort ■ and a measure 
of/liecdom to help ir| the crisis. 
He presented ,» chedk lor SL'OX) 
to Pishop .Iiii'dan, for the Mc- 
Comb Schel.ii ship Student Aid 
hiind. Henry P. Ix-sler £:a\e 
■^'ofj and A'iy. Phillip I,. J^chiil/, 
S."v) and Gi oi'^e Harris. SL'O. 


hull b 
Re[>o 

Old that 


nsii .'-ii ions of the healing 
-hAvci- of Ihe H'llv Spirit have 
U'cn w iinc^^e.-i, .\;!v,|ijj them 

a wo:n;in whose nei.vous. 
t 

throueh .Ian, 10 eonddjon ,nf Iv^elve ve,-;-.; siand- 

ts iroin tho>e attendiiv.; in;; \\,-is icporiedly roi>iriletely 


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The women's dcijart- n;an,''— Maiy Baker Eddy.' 

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. bereavement is a fsn-;i'/ lois and we wanted their 
''/ to ta-e carefof our beioved — v.-e are very thankful." 


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M. D. HILGENF^LD, President 

1920 MARENGO, LOS ANGELES CA. 


1-2144 


' SECOND FREE METHODIST CHURCH 

(fcORNER OF 54TH AND CIMARROIn) 
Rev. Gerald IVIikels. Pastor '' 

Sunday School .. , 10 a,m. Chu'cti Services _ 11 a.m. 

1 Hour Sunday Evening Worship 7 to 8 p.m. Praytr 

Meetings Every Vi/ednesday Evening — 7:30 p.m. 
EVERYONE IS Vi/ELCOME TO WORSHIP WITH US 


NEED HELP???? 

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Phone RE 1-4005 


Science Shrinks Piles 
New Way Without Surgery \ 
Stops Itch— Relieves Pain 


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Mi=, Fr.-ink Mm hell. 
;n s'rej-t. en'crt.-iuied 
incvis on 'New '^'ear's 
I iKiuffct luncheon. 


New >ork.. N. Y. (Sperial) — 

For t.ae first time science has 
(Jthers pledged contributions in found a new hralinir substance 
v.iryiiT.: amounts. with tiie a>ton,shing ability to 

i'lish-ip .Ionian s.iid that be- shrink hemorrhoid'^, stop itch- 
iweeii 3.i and S-KMiOD w,U be '"^- ^""^ '"''''^''''^ f'^'" " '^''^'■o"'- 
iH.eded by die college to suF> In one hemorrhoid case after 
port the.se students next seines- anothrr."very strikinpimprove- 


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Where No One Is Ever A Stranger. 6612 S. Western Avenua 
J. Terrell Ste-.vjrt, D.D,, Pastor E. V. Fislds, Church Cleric 

9 15— Scin.'ay School; 10:45— Morning Worship; 
S:15-Baptist Train!:, g Union; 7:30 PM-Wedne$day Prayer Service 


4 
REV. MADAME PEARL SMALL— One of Louisiana's Best Psychic 


MeOjunis. Siie can help you. she tells the truth in all matters per- 


taining to business. love and money. Varying donations, Re.-idinga 


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10:45 am, to 9:30 p ai. 


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Pasadena Rites 

r J X A I ^^^ Honors 
i^OndUCted tor Mrs. Bames 

Julia Phillips 


ter and those intercsled in lend- ment" was reported and ven- 
ule a helpinr; hand should ad- ^'^'] ^V * doctor's observation-s. 
dress Ctiinpbell 
son. .Mi^s. 


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GOSPEL CHURCH 


HOOPER AVENUE 

1318 E. Vernon Avenue 

Weekday Services Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 P M. 

Sunday School 9 30 A.M. Preaching at 11 A.M. and 7:45 P M. 

Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Toliver, Ministers PL 1-6907 

Bible School open to all 4 nights a week— Rev. Pearl Toliver, Dean 



MO.>n<:\TS OF DECISION — .John and Vermya Phil- 
lips will enhance early moining spiritual listening with 
their Moments of Decision broadcast each Sunday at 
6 30 til 7:.3() a.m. over radio stations KTYM, 1460 on 

AM. or KTYM-Py, radio 103.9 on the dial. To gain „,,, ,,,„, , „,,„,„„„ „. ,„,,, 
m msiiiration bsten regularly for music, philosophy , he ,iav a happv one n. a fel- 

andnews. * (Adams) ||ow-creature.' .Sidney Smith. 


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Pain was relieved promptly 
And, while penlly relieving 
pain, aitaal reduction or re- 
traction ( shrinking) took plafe. 

.And nio-'t amazing of all — 
th:s improvement wa.s main- 
tained in cases 'where a doctor's 
observations were continued 

Tiie M, Cany Menu.rial Chris- ""^'Y 'i P^""""* "/ '"''"*' '"""ths! 
• n., r-i,,,,. 1, jir.i II- « J '" '"''*• result.s were so thor- 

■ lan Chuich. 4U»1 U. .Adams ^^^^ j^at sufferers were able 
hlvd . IS having a tea honorini; to make such astonishing .state- 
.Nlis Anderson B Barnes. ll.'J02 i — ^i^^— ^^— ^^.^— 

S .Maple blvd . on Sunday, Jan, 
Memoiial services ueie con- jj from ?, to :-> p,m. '• 

ducted last Saturday for .Mrs. Mj.^ Barnes has recently 

.luha Phillips, of :^."> \V. Moun- t^^ri elected to the post of first 

tain avenue, who died on Thurs- vu-e president of the Intema- 

day, Jan, -4. The services were ,„^n.,i Convention of Christiah 

L-ondu. ted by Father Norman at chur-ches to l)e held in Los An- 

the Si. l-;,iinabas bipiscopal gpipj^ j„ -[c^^j^ 

Churi,h, ■ - ,. - ^^ - r - 

p » » T ^ T ^ 1» » » W ^ 

.\Irs, P|-Mlilp>^ uas Ihe widow 
of .\ltv, .I.tmcs T. Phillips, who 
died tv.o ye:irs a^o. The family 
moved lo Pasadena la P'-h Iroin 
Petersburg, Va. and became ac- 
tive in the iivn- tind sunal life 
of— ibe community. 

^Irs. Phillips IS suivivcd by 
hi^r three children, Strothcr I^, 
Phillips and Eilda P liramim 
of Pasadena and James 1 PIhI- 
ps 'Jr. of Los .■AiiL;eies, There 
;ire three t;i .indchiidren and 
'.wo s.stcrs and. a hiolher in 
Hempstead. Loo- Island. N Y. 
also surviviny They are Lillian 
Hunt and .Soan .lord.in and 
Lawrence I^itier. 

Inlet nient u.i-s iii .Mounlain 
View Ceinclery with the WihkI, 
Valentine .Mortuary in (JiarL;e 
of the arransemenis. 


mcnl.si^s'irneshavecea.'pd to be 
a problem!" .And amonjr these 
sutTerers were a very wide va- 
riety of hemorrhoid conditions, 
.some of 10 to 20 years' siandinp. 

-AM this, without the use of 
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin- 
gents of any kind. The secret is 
a new healing sub^tance (Bio- 
Dyne*)- the discovery of a 
world-famous research institu- 
tion. .Already, Bio-l\vnc is in 
■wide u-^c for healing iniured 
ti.-sue on all part's of the l>ody. 

This new healing substance 
is otTcred in .'/'ppc-n-nr;/ or oicf- 
nic/tf f'lryh called I'rrparaUon 
//* .A^k for individually sealed 
convenient Preparation H Sup- 
positories or Preparation H 
Ointment with special appli- 
cator. Preparation H is sold at 
all drug coi^nters. 


NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH 
47th PLACE AND SAN PEDRO STREET 

THE CHURCH IS THE MOTHER OP DEMOCRACY 

Rev. H. Mansfield Collins, Minister 

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 


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Dr. Carlyie Stewart 

of Detroit 

Will be presented in a Preaching Mission 

At People's Independent Church, 1025 E. 18th Street 

Gospel Singing, Testimonials and Preaching will be featured 

during the Mission. 

On Thursday and Friday, Jan. 11-12 at 7:30 p.m. 

And on Sunday, Jan. 14, at 6:30 p.m. 

People's Independent Church, 1025 E. 18th Street at Paloma 



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6— The California Eagle Thursday, January 17, 1962 



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Now lliat u-p have cUhciI tlie 
p.T^cs on the 19H1, \ci\r Book 
Irr's look back and sec if u.-- Sons 
of Ham lKi\e born uionc: in de- 
manding: roinpicie into;^ra!ion in 
sports. 19l)l_oi)onr(! with Georsjp 
Fleming of \Va.--lTin.;ton leading 
Wasliiii^ton to a thnllinc; 17 to 
7 win over Minnesota and 
amonc; otlier thin'^s kifkinc ,i !-l 
yard field £:oa!, the Ion.':est ev- 
er for T Rose Boui ganic. 

.1961. The Glendale Touchdown 
Club atitinpted tc- sloani roll Al- 
abaina into the Rose Bowl and 
every dountown spoils uiiic, 
but one went for the h.iLl. but 
the liTtle old CaHfornui h! li.'K 
enibaras?;cd the ell oi't of 'e\T. 
and ue .coi Saml.v .-"i'^nhot>< and 
■Company instead. ^%\, (u>or.'r 
Preston Mar:--ba!l. tltc (inK- b'--- 
ot in tiie National Frx;l!ial! 
I.ea.sue showed on a' t!;" ('oli- 
seum-with his Washin-^'on Wliite- 
si;ins iRci!sk-;n.--i and a \ .^r>- 
effective picket br.e ^"ccird hl-r! 
and a.cain the ri'-\\at'^'\n spoits 
writers, all but one. were- "^ni- 
ha'"assrd. 

1961, Cameron .\::;i'-s in the 
Junior Rose Hi ■«! i;a le sur- 
prised the locals and liv div. n- 
tawTi pen pu.'JhcTs \", :!h a ('andy 
Negro quarterback who.icd tiiem 
to a vict.>ry. 

1961, Profcssionat Golf .Associa- 
tion admits Ch?rlip Sifford as 
a member. Not too many mum- 
bling words from the Sprin-::; 
Sfieet set. 

1961. Irv Kaze. .kneels dapper 
publicity director prnitdb- en- 


tertained ]-:\-president Eisen- 
hower at the Spring camp in 
Paltn Springs, but he also ar- 
ran.^ed the best luncheons ever 
for v\ estco'a.st newsmen : 
1961. Jim Gilliam, sifted I>>d- 
zrr. had this .said of hiin by 
Wait Alston. "If I had eight (Jil- 
liams in tlie lineup -there 
woitldn't 'ever be any ne'od to-' 
riash a sisai." 

1%]. Kiank Hudd, R.-.![)li R..-,-.' 
ion. Otis Da\is and Wibii.-i l:ir- 
dolph dominated ihe track 
workl. 

1961. .\ m f r ! c a n Basketball 
Lea.^ue Ijowcd in l...\:'*and v:ot 
frozen out of die ^p.>its Arena.: 
1961. .St. Louis Cardmaks Base- ' 
ball Club came up \Mlh the fin-'" 
est laile on se',reCation of base^. 




Ifeeiiaie' 


- WITH - 


Moggie Hathowoy 

California Eagle Golf Editor 



S1<..NKI» .\ivhie .Moore, 

l.:;lit - heavjwei^hl kin:;|P!n, 
and Ar;4entme Alciandri> L.i- 
\oi-anie w dl meet m a . !0- 
rtS^l hea\>\\ci;;lil bout a' liie 
Sjioiis .\rena ni late Mairh. 
Mi'ii hm.ikei (ieoii;e Parn.i-- 
sus announi ed l.'us :i.s one nf 
Ills lit.',_c-t bouts si:i, e the 
double ;itle fit;lii al the Coli- 
seum 111 1960 


To-day we finished witnessjni.;.Ianuar\ s caddy last veai- when 

the :;6th .annual l>os .Vntjeles Ikm made SaO.DDO for a hole in 

Op«>ii and it was packed, wild, one. Don gave Billy S!?UO. 

coloitui a.id the Ihe most c\-< ;„ ,,.. -. . i„ . •.,„ i '. ^, I^ 

, , ,, J-sillv IS lea\ me for >)an l):et:o 

citmt; tt>uiiiamrnt of them a I . ,'„ ,' ... ,„ ; , o j ,, 

iiilnoiTow to join Hodceis; then 

Foi- the fust time thai we can he will caddy ne.\t (in San Fran- 
lemember Ae actually saw the ciscoi for the South .Miican 
fans run o\ci the players to see Gaiy Plavei 
whcje their shots ueie lan(iin<;. Speakln^,' of Pla\ci- '.ve'liad a 

I'.i.l i{od.;cis won ihe tcjiirna- ''la'iif" '" cliai with hi.ii af;ain. 
:i,ciit sMib a record breakmi;. \\<' '"><' "Uf first chat la.,t year 
shiierm:: »:' bui he vvas iH)t the -T ''if Cfosbv Pebble I^ath In- 
.?']> si.!'. Tlie newspaper re- viiationafi and be informed us 
li.rrliis luslied to 15i!l>. Bishop 


ball players. Tliere . tSBsfH. 'i*"'^ . •*• 

any. and if .\ ou donljflfke it take I GnillS I OUmCV 

\inir bat and balls an t;o to Ala- - ■ 

I^ama. 

1961, .\merir-.aii FtKitl all Leacrue 
and pariicularly the San Die^o 
Ciiar'-i"';s Jiad a chai re tti en- 
clear t:i"ni ;oh.i'-, but tliey pla.v- 
rd bei'.ae thr.t srpernted but un- 
■'e,'-al 1 ')-.-.d in Hc.uston. Tex. 

1962. Pr.hi:'s. th'^ dnvnlc.-. n 
bovs \. ill Slop awndms; the 
toueii\ race jsqie tmd fi./ait (Ml 
the evils of it befrrre tl'e Brock- 
enber;A>,. P.vrs ar.d A'-.,es. Tiien 
they can settle fftck on their old 
age pension and sa.V we have 
done a <;ood ,iob for .-Xmerica 
and sports. 

19512. Oh .\es incidentally, what 
about the L..\. C ■; -eu:n Press 
Box tickets, Vie Kelly? 


DouMes action m the Ui.h an- 
nual Los Ani;eles .Metropolitan 
ren;iis ( liampionships wdl ;;e! 
und'T wa\ Saturday and Siiii- 
d.iy i.lamiar.v l.Mli on the (Jrif- 
lith P!a.\ '.ground Tennis Cnl'-r's 
I ouc.s. 1 i'.e r ■ 1; 
F.uk I'cpai tnieni anj the .Mii- 
niiajial Tenuis A.ssociation, co- 
sixmsoi s. 


\ :;i> I addled lor Rod ;ers. to i;el 
iiie fai IS Oil how Rodfers shot 
sui h a bhstei mu jame 

U e had sal in ibe prcs^ loom 
(>li>er\in<; Ihe cadd> iBisho[)' 
.id\:sin;,' RiHl^ers on e\ei% tee. 
< hip and pull So n<ine ot us were 
surprised when the caddy re 
\eali-d lii.M he 
Rod ;<.'is on eveiv 


that the co\ej-s on his clubs aie 
all mink; - wl>:ie, ranch and 
wild They were fabulous. / 

Charles Siffoid ilid ni/ s,-,,re 
so well* this year. lie shot Tl-T.V 
T.-j which was not wod enough 
and he was lul out o^t the third 
day. Ray Btills also shot out 
and .1 new .Nemo professional 

bad ad\ised'''y ''i*' name of Roosevelt Nich- 

shot for foui ol'^ •'h'" ■'t'-'f' 


siriujlit class. Billy is a par_ Pat I>ott. i addv inastei-, pre- 
shoolr/ wiihoiii a handican nni' .sented iis with a t;ifl from the 
- a memliei of the Postal (k)lf c-adilies tK'caiise we v^eie helpful 
!iii>. He quil ihe Post Ollue in -elliir.; the I..\.l("s to hire 
seiHUse iie . i.uKl make inoie him as the (nsl Neuro caddy 
.noney cadiKpv.;. He was Don.inaster in the I,.\. Oikmi. 


Boston Elects 
First Negro 
Grid Coptoin 

BO.STON"'' - Charlie "CiUKj 
Choo" Meadows. Boston I.' niver- 
Sity's 2().Vpound ramming full- 
back from Newark. N. J., bc- 
came the l'ni\ersit.\ 's fii .st Ne- 
2ro co-caplain in 77 years ol 
colle-i.ile lo(]tba!! litis week. 
.The fiir.ner West Side ll:t;h 
Scltool slar w.as chosen .\I1-New- 
;irk, AII-Count.\, and .Ml-Slate 
dunng his scholastic days. His 
icllir.s c(.>-( aptam for the 1961.' 

.season is Tom Daiilmey, former 
hiuh school .Ml-.Xmerican quar- 
l<'i hack from Tiinav. .ind.i. N. Y. 
.\n .\ll-R(i.slon pn k as ihe lop 
colleue Iiillbac l-: in the lluiv for 
I'Md. Ch.iVlje L;ained u co;;niHon 
earlier this .\e,ar as Bl's "Mop- 
sli'r. ' .\ standoui on dcleiise. 
Cliai lie was li i : 1 i /. e d as ;i 
"roaniint; ambassador" whose 
res[X)nsibilil.v was <lo '"key" on 
the opposition s bij^^esl I'unjiin.u 
threat 

On oflen.'^e. Charlie becami 
the workhorse of Ihe Boston 
backfield. lugcini; the pigskin 
79 times for 31S >ards dui ini- 
the season an impressive 4.(1 
averaue lhrou:;h the center of 
the line. On Iwo occasions. 
Meadows was called upon to ;;o 
the full 60 minutes on 'offense 
and defense. 


g-i RACING 



WITH 


George Ramsey 


RAMSEY 


Compton Lad Clicking 
On Fresno Cage. Squad 


Tonv Burr, a 6-" 


inch! and fo-f-waid. Burr has averaged 


Rophocpore ft om. C 
plasinc a krv i > 
Stale Colleges 1961 
ball fortunes. 


";. is 15.1 points rx-r j;ame to date and 

'icsro is tlie Biilidogs' No. _' rebound- 

asket- pr. His best f;ame so far \>as| 

a,q;ainst Orair;;e County State' 

Alternating bet-.veen renter ^^'hen he hit 10 out of IS field; 

goal attempts and finished with' 
a total of 22 point5 and 10 re- 
Ixtunds. 

Burr is one of three Negroes., 
.^ on the FSC squad. The others 


Chunk 
Tuna 

Light ni««f flik. 
For i«I«dt. t«ndwicnttt 

4 '^ 89' 


-Busy Bofcer— 

Assorted 
Cook'^s 

Yobr ckotct of nif»€ 
detiCiOm v«rieti«t 

3 li: 1 


-Huck Rf 

Dog 
Food 


Ba!«nc«d p*t ration wtth 
•«i«nti«t vit«rrv<nx and minarjli 


U-OL 

can 


5 


: — Heavy Duty — r- 

Rinso Blue 
Detergent 

wiHi NEW Blue Magic Whit*ner 
Prica inctodfli 25c off Ubal 

5^ 99^ 


SANTA ANITA — .\gain Anita 
offers two big ^stakes for the 
fans, on Tliursdayi ..Ian. 11 the. 
Sania Monica Handicap will, be 
Ihe featured event at 7 fuilon.j;?. 
It caiiies an added value ol. 
S20.000 the distance will prove 
the best older fillies and mares 
en the oval. 

On Saturday. ..Ian: 1?.. (he SoO,- 
1)00 San l-'einando Slakes for 4- 
.vi'ar-olds is scheduled, lookinl; 
toward lo the <'siimaied S170,- 
(100 S.ania .Anita Maturity on 
,Ian, 2T. 

Prove li. w |;o lai'f won bolh 
the Mittuiit,\- and Saiv.a Anita 
ll.mdicai), scoi-ed his lust slakes 
suciv.ss in the 19ol S.in Fernan- 
do, holdir.g off Tompion in the 
st-relch run. 

bKACTIKlT. C.\L11-:NTK IN 
OLD MH.KICO: it was a" lucky 
day f()r the si.\ pcrson.s who 
selected number 8 on the 5-10 
Last Saturday at Caliente Race 
Ti'ack. 

l!acl', picked si.\ wiiineis and 
co.ilecied ^^i.217. 

It requited perfect raids ol 
the si.x winners to share in the 
iini,jor award of the pool of S7S,- 
020, Ki:;hi ticket holders man- 

— Harvest Blossonrn 

Enriched 
Flour 

WSite flowr, milled exprestiy 
ir' foe «f1 koWt* baking uses. 

10^69- 


another 341 ( ticketholders and 

eaih of the corisolaiion ducal* 

wcie redeemable ■ for S48.60. 

Winniitj; numbeis were 6-7-6-6-6- 

9, 

(HORSES TO WATCH THAT 
ARE FtT AND READY 

S.iTiia .\!,ir;!, Gorkijn. TV»tch out' 

M"e; Iti'Tiii^r. .^I.v S|jc-, lat. 
\'.'i.s« KI'.--:'i;.ii,, A If l.q--!i'.t. 
%''i!--v \\'.i'--..r. s.ive It firr Iihk otia 
'■"■■*■** K a Tiiis oi:e nan ^ly. 
-'•'■'' ^'•'•' * w'TS r,!i thi« one, 
'■ " •' i'l:!' : In sMiari lif"n.li«, 

' '► ■' '. . .spr'*-a Tr» h, I' r. 

i ■ I '■' 'i' '• f A I p il K^-iriK*. 
\n~ J^p.^p ri'-.. k'-rs KOod'i".^' 

^ ■ ^ . y]'<\- never look hArk. 
CALIENTE. 

"'■' ^ '... !;• a'i.v fiT Thp r-iapnied 

I', t... ■.. VI- ■:•.' ^ ■ • ■ 

'■' 'CI III-. 1 . . L.'in\ir\y ^.r li >^ fiii*^. 

-V ." ' M V' •'" slujii .a.'it oai. Go. 

.i:iiz, .\. Ill f;'.i'nhl<" !!=• (.lit. 

'■•■1,1. (■;. I";^"ip bt t-:ioIlP»:. ._ 

7. .'.: \ |.rir--br,t ' i,. 

!. !■'!•' .\1-. -:. . Ileiter ' v;^'n rai^-l. 

•■ y :■■' A i'i<-;i'y h' r.s'p, 
' ■' *■,•' I. ;■;., -'riti' tf'if- ,^'-'- a.-tirm 
!>• -' I- 'i;;; , Kl"inp-;i-- ')ia:'l on thin 

I'r I V.'r<h. nrafl\-':f'i'v a l-.illinE. 

I-,.-;. ''1- .■n!iurM fri''.,'^'if Iberr^''- 
.■ :• ^ i- .-rily ;o,.-^. . r - ■ ill 'W.» 
' ., ■' : .4 K.ti-I'' -ou* i'' .i rtn=v^ir 
•!. .\s- , m| ..■ ..r\- r.i 1 . i a:",.v..' I^'ir 
■• >■ i^.-i in lie- s)i'. • uP»iMgs il'« 
; •• is, 1 1 (■,,,„,., Kai;l. 


—Vacuum packed — 

Edwards 
Coffee 

(legutar, drip 6f ftfte grind 
Prica mclu^s 5c off label 


Mb. 
can 


55 



Why Pay More? -Shop Sai^ay! 


BEAUTIFUL 


4A 


4A 


are liddie and Johnny Greene, 
twin sophomoie guards from Kli 
Sobrante. Eddie is also a starter' 
while .Johnny ;s one of the Bull-' 
doE;s' lop resei \.'es. | 

'^ Kcfore romin'^ lo F'esno! 
.st"te. Buir starred at bothf 
Compton His;h School and! 
Comnton Collej^c. He was an, 

SATURP.^Y and SUNDAY "^ ^''"^T* ^f''"^ 'n',';'^!2 ""'^ T 

WIT,^ THE 5-10 Vy :-\ ,: , Aiiv%ps-iern 

EACH DAY .-tates (.\)rferencp and third \ 

■ - .earn. .iC .\ll-..\meiican pick at 5 

THOROUGHBRED 


» aumn 


ifi 


IN OLD MEXrcO 



Mrs. Wrkiht's . 

Angel Food 

Cake 

Not Iced 


Western Forms 

Bread 

1 




to.:; 9r 


tt HoM*« 
ll«a( lSc> 


3 


221- 



II RACES EVERY 
^ ■ SAT..* SUN. 

POST TIME 11:30 A.M 


Com.pton ColleRe. 

Exciting Boxer 
]] Bows At- Olympic 


^-Oiir G w uruii tt e 

t-fv* r* y«vT f««or.t* way. If it )*«~^ p*ritc"y 

Ir W« Na* Cot* Ym A Cmt 


'■ * -,„| ((.,(), .,„,l. Hi.. 
> •»<« Axqtl foed C«k« 1<»J 

I Regular 4Sc 

12-oz. Coke 


29 


Coffee Cake 
Loot 


Sr.ced 

Eic«'l*>«» !&!.«(. 

»e«i**d lai«f 


29 


Loir Every Day Price* at Safi^j€ry 


Cane Sugar 
Biscuit Mix 
Meat Soups 
Baby Foods 
Wesson Oil 
Crisco 
MJB Coffee 
instant MJB toffee 
Pet MiK cox^ 
NuMade Mayonnaise 


H«,«r 
>tr«i(ieJ r 

For t«l«d» 
Of ccokin^ - 

Pric« l<»c'«d«l Sc O^ 



Listerine 
Antiseptic 

Kills Germs By 
The Millions 
On Confacf 


Large Size 

(S«9.89c) ........ Eocli^ 

Medium Shw (R*^. S9c) toch 39e 


59 


Be++y Crocker Frosting h>A\xa^^f'^ulf^iu°oz pk. 


35* 


Lucerne Ice Mflk 


Hailed as the most cxcilini; 
bo.'ser in the rin.c; toda.v, Ulti- C Ji— ^M mA^ »^^%— —■ ^^^» 
ifiinio iS'jt;ar) Ramo.s of Cuba. ^Tl^Q VV DwKI I w3 
and Me.xico C'Ay, make"! his_, 
US.-^ debut Friday night al the* 
Ol.vinpie Auditorium. 

The 22-year-old puneher will * - ^^ . 

face fiicced Kddie Carcja of l^ll %A#^|| ■m^|#I|4|MC 
On All Major Tracks ^ Denver in the 10 round main ■#wll" Vv dl \ywl%iTlllO 
*^ GREYHOUNDS evejii^ 

. Will Resume Racing .j. Ran!n..J. lanked as Ihe number 

Jan. 5fh 3 Nlte$ Weekly ""^ featner.veishr eontender, 

■ FRIDAY-SAT. -SUNDAY .^ has 3t wins against three draws. 

49th en SAT. t SUN. 


«V DAIIY DOUBIE AND 
QUINELA 

^ BOOKS « MUTI/AIS 

M- FANTASTIC RETURNS 
For Your Wtwer 

Foreign Book Open\ Daily 


Bfl-ctr Slietd. Ftoimi 
Generous fKick sUc*s 
of prtmium b«rri«t. 

VanilU, Chocolat*. 
S*r«wbtrry 
or Natpoli*** - 

Your cKoic* of eigHt 
«t»orfod fruit fl«vort 


I pkq*. 

eta. 


I*«- 


JOHN S. ALESSIO 

Executive Director 


Ifs Koel, Man! 

Drinks from 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

Wettern Ave. tf 35»h Wace 
R£. M320 


Ground Black Pepper 
Dry Soup Mixes 
Von Brode Cereals 
Lucerne Butter 


or Garlic S«H 161', .oi.) 
Crown Colony 
Ground Spices 

Knoori-Cr*«mtd Lealit, Cklclion ^4oodU, 
VaqttabI*, B««f-Noodle, Onian, 
Crejm of MOThroom or Gratn Pea 




Individually Packed 

in FrasK-Saaled 

Carfons 


10 


Fird Quality Gradt AA 

Churnod fraih daily— 

Safaway Guaranttad Product 


Ctn. 
fhg. 

eta. 


39: 


29 
39 
29 
69 


wmwm- 

Dole's 

Pineapple jJuice 


Gnpefrait Jeica 

Tangy tnJ Ratrashing 

Bel^ Green Beas 
Bnissei Sprouts 
Peas&CaiTots 
Frendi Fries 
Apple or Chernr Pies 


I.I .» ,^ L ♦-ot Jl 


QnlKr 
• •l.xr 
trii Urn 
>.l->ir 
Full •< R«<*r 


Sou«< 
Datck 


^ 



n-oLboflte 

R*9. SI .00 Sin 


Jergen's 
Lotion 

Now richer 
and creamiee. 

Nevef sticky. 

Delightful 
new {regrance. . 

67' 


Macnish 
VL 


/f'T^. 



SCOTCH WHISKY 

^'ery Ught) . .yery I u :( uric us 



PUfKT EATme CUMUNTK ^^^ 

, E*«ry c«^ et fin* S«f«w«y m««l 

•1 ui»co«»dltto«i«lIy 4w«r«ft(««d. If 

V»u den* aqr^m it'l abtolutvly I 

; d#Iiei»»t •« •♦•ry w«y >•«' ^ 

; f*t«n«v wril b« cotiHveutly r«- > 

funded. 


Sofewoy U.S.D.A. Choice Beef 

Chuck 
Roast 

45' 


Blade 
Cut 


^ BtemM ft Boflled by Robert McNisliSCs..lW.,eiM|Mr.ScaRairf 
86 Pnof-Wcbstcr iataraatieMl liiiports.|jOsAac*i*s«Soie/ 



For 24-Hour Service 
CALL PL. 6-8347 - PL 6-0997 

,1 POWELL BAIL BONDS 

Joel A. Powell-John A. Echels-Hugh R. Cobb 

10951-53 SO. MAIN, LA. 61 

FREE BAIL INFORMATION 


Go-Together Feature/ 

Sliced Beef 
Bacon Liver 


PAY AS YOU DRIVE - SMALL MONTHLY PYMTS. 

COMPLETE AUTO INSURANCE 
LOW AS $70 If Good Driving Record 

FIRE — THEFT — LIABILITY — COLLISION — LIFE HOSPITAL 
PLAN _ RISKS — DRIVERS WHO HAVE BEEN CANCELLED - 
FILING UNDER AGE AND OVER AGE DRIVERS — HARD TO 
PLACE — MADE FOR THOSE WHO HAD LICENSE REVOKED 
OR SUSPENDED. 

CAL-SALES INSURANCE CORPORATION 

3933 South Vermont Avenu* REpublic ,1-2106 

Opposite Coliseum 

Open Dally 9 a.m. • & p.m. — Sat. 'til S p.m. 


Crad* "A" Frtsh 

Frymg Chicken 

Fryer Dnnstkks ». 59* 

Fry^ TMghs » 59' 

Whole Breasts »69' 

FiyerWings »29* 

Bads&NedB ^69* 


Center Cut 

Salmon 

Staakt ta Broil 
or Pi.c.< ta Balta 

lb. 69* 


Seven Bone Roast 
Rolled Beef Roost 
Lean Stewing Beef 
Beef Rib Roost 
Beef Rib Steoks 
Spencer Steak 
Ground Chuck 
Ground Round 
Veal Drumsticks 
All Meat Franks 
Sliced Bokgna 


SKould.r Cut 

ilSOA Choic. Ba.( 

Bonalcts Shoulder 
Clod— RolUd t Tied 

Bon.l.si 
Cubat 


From Firj» S Rib« 
USDA Choic. B..( 

USDA 
Oioica B«a( 

Ben.l.K Ba«( 
Ey. of Rib 

FrtsKly mad* 
from laan baaf 

Fr.thly mad. 
Eatra laaa baa( 

Mock Ckickan laqi 
Si( !■ Package 

Wiltan't Crtifiad 
or Saf.w.y brand 

Safaway 
Lar9a 


-49^ 
^89- 
.^79* 
^89" 
-89^ 

-59- 

-69- 

59- 

■;t49' 

:i59- 


Lucerne Topping 

- 49" 

T "1 

$ Dollar Buys $— 


R.al Cr.am Daw.rt Top- 
ping— Guarante.d to tfay 
{raid in the eontainer. 



Coffee 
Mugs 


• Anckor Glass 


i SlicM 


••mIW 


Appletime Ap|i^ Juke 
LaianiSGced Pineapple 
Town House Green Peas 'x::^. 
Andersen's Spilt Pea Soup 

for*! 


14.M. 
caa 

I7.M. 

I7.M. 


Year 
Ch^e 


5 


SandaKveod. 

Yellow, Coral 

Stediapvaiw! 


19e 


9 


Name Frame Paper 

7&-Count Loom It9«tar lO* 

Leaf RIIm- Paper 49c Nmt IT 


ENCYCLOPEDIA 

VoL 1 Al OHwrt V«ii 

S1^ da 


-J *^ 


Safeway Produce '•**Fresh€St*' in Jw^' 

Bosc Pears 


U.S. No. I Quality 

Exquisite Flavor 

Eat Fresh— Delicious Baked 


9 


Oranges 

Head Lettuce 


Calitornia 
Extra Larga 
Fancy Navak 


lb. 
7.98* 


•lANVAtT. 


GARDEN SPECIALS 

LiquidFerliizer ^ OOc 

s»«<«. AH .(rvM. Ne ' ' 

Garden Hose ^^ $199 

I- It*, f y. &<<•'■ ^a** ' * 

Camellias eaL^Sl^f 

Sturdy 2 T*«' "W •••"•• •^ ■ 

All* Nitr* F«r44iit(.'f*«<! Sua' Fm4 * 


ap#cMH Inwiiw 

iMfl.* Frioa Sit-« «VB«« 
11. 12. 13. M. IMS 


Naw Crop — 
Imparfal Yallor 


12.ee. 


Fuerte Avocados ^'-"• 


Buttffry-Rick j£ Iv JC9 


A^pUmW* Imm «olUctW 



tlw« chip Stoatps 
f««Mi wiA vadi 
pwrckas* asctpt 

c>q«reHti. tobacco. 

•Icoltelic bpv«r«qci 

•r wa^at'R**- 


HUH 


nta aae/oe 'wi MHw«TSi««aiiiC0«m*n» 


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Thursday, January 11, 1962 The California Eanle— 7 



• CLUBS 



FASHIONS 


SILVER BELLES— Some of the gifls shown admiring the many 
silver gifts received when Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Logan celebiated 
their silver wedding anniversary are from left: Elnora Banks, 


Theresa Hardon. Fannie Ozier, Lovie Perry, Charlotte Logan, Jo- 
hanna Hafer, Mamie \'aiighn, Marilyn lieed, Evelyn Foley and 
Shuloy Mc-Quillon. (Adams) 


Officers 
Of Club 
Installed 


'\n i:npi'pssi\e iris* i li.'iian 
Tiui riiikt-iil puiiy iK'lii in ih.^ 
lo/y home of Mr. an<l Mi's. 
William ("iipi-n endod ihp ( lub 
ralondar ypir for iho Sfiphis- 
tii-ates Social ahd Charitv 
Chih. 

The (uo-\er!i'-nld orL:aiii/..i- 
tion has ijcen \rry a^tivp in 
suppoiiini; conini'iiiiiN pro- 
ieit>. l5ist \oar tho> uaxo fi- 
nan.ial support to the Imild- 
;n? fund of the Kxceptional 
Children s home: thi-i year 
thry ha\x' rhoseii tho Cirrlc R. 
riiiii> ,1^ their pi-o|.^it. The 
caittp i< under the diroi imn of 
ftavid W. Aihor anti entertatns 
many youni^sters dm hil; tli'^ 
simiiTier season. 

Lorraine Mikey ser\ed as 
-liiiia! hostess foi' the affair at 
\vhii li the follow ini: (>ffiiers 
urie ii)^:-ailed: Inez Le.vis, 
prt'-ide.'it ; t!li/,1he;h Orren- 
vvood. \ !• e president: Verna 
r,a:niiert. ( one.- pond i./: secre- 
tary: Mar:;.'iret .Mm ra\ . re- 
foiti.ni; secret uy : "*FV!\anna 
.MorJ^'omery. finani'ial secre- 
tary; I.otlie flyman, treasurer: 




HEADS TCKiETIIER — Mr, and 

Mrs. Alfred B. Lugan celebrate;! 

thfir silvei; anniversary last Sunday 
i\(.iiiiicr in their beautiful Don 


Diablo drive home. The touple were 
married in New York City on Jan. 

2^. .V.)?>~. (Adams) 

- 9 


M^ and Mrs. Alfred B. Lo^an 
Honored on Silver Anniversary 


Naltelle Wor;d. 
am:-: M;:: :e 7.^ 

s.' -e.-int-a'- 
r( !i^r. h;-- 

o-^-s n- ina:er; >." 
' ■' . reri. Tm ; 
Fi-!d-.. Ct.lr ^ 
Ch.iri.itte hi-v 
•^^.e:nl')e:-. ^t;.!"»': ;.' 
Wood ulio \\ ;:.~ o 
iCin'iru'^d on 

■■■,/!'■; V.tui- 
01 1 .\de,S( 

r.f . or'f t:- ■ 
1' r !s"!)e!''-' 
;!'.;''e. lo a;- 
i'.i^e.s. 

(srr pi'Hire on 

I'aje ^' 

Summ 

t' 


Schedules 
Hair Show 

?iimniit L.".bo!'nto; ios ■•.hi'.-'i 
niann[.ict;j-e the s'^C'S-, lona! 
[ilodiKt c-'led I\i-"e' Vr.n-. f'ss 
f'.e\fM.>e [''■••maei'tT hi.'- ;• 'o- 
doci V :'l fii-e-,e".t -a :r ',-: m:.- 
iisual -.lio.v on So'i.d o .1 in. 1 ' 


voni h p 


111 f. ,■; 


Hare= Hall, la.'S .\ .Vit; ;ont. 
near ..■^U';-et — 

It \\ ill iip a -;:i:--v --.y • ' 
^ea'lt•l'ians an') .' ■! ""n .1.'.' - 
p-ted in i'^.rniii'^ th"' e, ■■• ■ (,( 
thp in; n.'.' >'.ond<^rliil us.-> ri 
•If H'".-.' h-'or p!-'.<iii< '. 

Pa'rii ia Harris .-ind M o '. 
Batisie. t'.-.o well know :: ' F>f" - 
jona!i»]os. :n the field of Iva';- 
ty. are uorkiny np ideas fur 
the SO'-'.', ■' liif It ■•■. i'l tak^^ i''-^- 
form of a yonrt:.: ladj's d.'e.-o-. 

Mrs. ff.o' IS and Mis, ('.-■- 
tisfP .ll-P on tiie .i-iff of .sijfii- 
mit Lahoratrine- as tec-iiiiii-i:in 
counsellors. Tlie .v:v>'/. \\ill >:i_- 
Eest ua>s i:r.\\lurh the no-' 
product AM:ks v.omler- '\h'!" 
you are sw f.-ri-at^. Ia':ini; a 

.iContinued on Pa^e Si 

(See picture "P P:-'_'e H« 

Harmony Club 
Seeks Novice 
Bridge Players, 

The Harmony Duplicate 
Bridse Clul) followini: the an- 
nual holid.iy parly at th" • Inl) 
hou.se at Sojoiimer Trui'.i 
HoiTlP. has jeiieued its eiforls 
'o extend intere.sf in brui'<e 
in the New Year. 

Robert Horton %Oio has kca; 
diiing; an estcllenl job of di- 
lecting the (lob's ucekK 
uames, announced that special 
f^iforl.s will be made this yeai- 
'o attract more noyice and ju- 
nior players. 

riames are conducted every 
Thursday eveninf: from _8:30 
p.m. at the group's clubhouse, 
:')S1 W. Adams bivd.AU new- 
comers are welcome. 

McKinley Nelson is president 
ef the club. Last week's bridge 
'.'-mners as recorded by Ger- 
iiude Settles, club secretary. 
aie as follows: North .and 
South, T. Burfesand and Mrs. 
M, Swanson: I\ast and West. 
r Hudgins and Mrs. .\,- Nit-k- 
•rson. 


(.\KE NO. 25— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Logan. 
third from l^ft, are about to cut their twenty-fifth 
wedJinff anniveisary rake, when they celebrated 
th'ir silver anniveraarv la.st Simdav.- Picturf^d from 


Game Benefits 
Area Boys Club 

.\ r.'L:ulai- st'nediiicd l;,' ne 
'■ei ',■..->;) the Lakei^ .md the 
;<!!;' ke'boikers F:uli> niL,-li'. 
,';;•! l:t, ai th.e .Sp..r:s .\iena. 
v i'l heoefit tile S^Miifi'in Area 
i'...v' C.'liifr The cl.ib will re- 
c c;\e riO [)er-ccnt of the sales 
from tr kefs they sell between 
n •'.'. and .J.m, IT, " 

Tilts mammoth benelit for 
'he' Iv,}s' Club will feature 
also in a '>! eliinin •: \ ■•ame 
? (arfii;c,s Hones' H .i r I e tn 
.%;,! -K i'n.- .ind the I. .\ !; mis 
.\II-,S:..is, 

i'-'. -on- dcvaaim li l:c; .. 'i'a\ 

'■iiJ:i,m' ;,:o ,SoirlUTU ,\'c:i 

I"...-, Clul). i:;"'! C Until 
A:;- ..■■ oi.c.- (a:! 1.0 'i-JJTS 
hi' a, th"r p- . licui' : V 

]\ '■ iv.-e ,1- -.eke;, t. , -ii's 

■ 1- ■4,:.r'- \\ ;M jielp liie 

i> C'u'o (oitlinae i1« •-;i>od 

■ '. ; of hii.'rlin ' hi^-^niie 

in the ." .a'h end fji 


left: Johanna Hayes, George Hayes, Ruth Willis- 
ton, Charlotte and Al Logan, Deloi-es Rriscoe; Don 
Briscix^ and Lois Can'. (Adams) 


r W.I- |a \f;y li,i;.p\ L',)!il 

wediiim,' aniii\ci -,i; \ for Mr. 

and .Mrs .\llred 1',. l,u-;an Sun- 
day, t 

The recejition unen in tile 
couple's beaulitul panuianur 
\ jcw I^,alii'i\in Hills home at 
'■ .'L' !- n D.ablo dr ■• • ■>.- ..ni-. 


a ^ay s',11 1 To Ml . ati' 
Loi;an'--' ne\t .(juaite. 


l>n. I'm \ 

tile 1 it\. 


Unity Council 
Plans Reception 

W.lhp O'R.-e, l,.\. P.lirlc- 
! ■■ ;,;i.\ .star .ind f;i -i Ne .-ro 
'•.•^niiior of tile X.ni'in.il be 
I,'-,-: ..Uf. y. ill he Ir .o'.' od .'.'. a 
I (vnfiti.in and tea .<rnd.i\. .!,ip 
ll,T;o;n 1 p.m u;i' I 7 ii :n .c 
lite home of (■oI.'..,ir. j-p,. i\\ 
iJ'n S. .Vrhnu'on 

Th-> public :s i;n III d to ,;l- 
icnii .and mocl th<^ te: i: m- 
_pi-.-r. 

T'e rvr.'opiion is -jMipso; ( d 
b,\ the 1„A. I'nily Coumil. 

B. \A./. Woods Visit 
From Redwcocf City 

B. Wuf ds. of P.eduiHid (My. 
has been the hou.sc suest of 
-Mr, ai'.fl Mr.--, Cairo Tollin-. 
of 1 lilT W, ITth street 

Mr. \V-«id- is a prommcn: 
member of the Masons at Red- 
uood and sei yes as a deai on 
in his church. 

'He is a (ousin of Mi' ('{illins 
and while in the < \'y he. h-is 
Iven shown nuanx- (ourtesie- 
hy the members of the Tem- 
pelitp Club uf v\ Inch "Mr. Col- 
lins i.s a member 

While in the <-iiy lie also 
visited with Mrs. Fay Wilson, 
sister of Mr, Collins who re- 
sides in Compton. 



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Mrs 

ccniuiA of mania;.;e." hut it 

u.is also the first lar.qe social 

e\enl since New Year's Da\ . 

The popular couple in\iled 
s.ime 12.") miests to, u.ather in 
il;ei.r home and hel[> them ret- 
ehtali' ,a qu.irteij cenfiir,\' of 
noiiiia.iie llial" col siai'ed m 
.\eu' York Cii\ 

The couple moM'd )o ("ali- 
foi in;, la years at;_o. M' , l.<r;an 
1- a sales represenl.ativ e lor 
•iie l.ancefield "Comjp.in.\ and Com[);M3> : Mu- 
Mrs. !.<j-;an IS on tlie l^is .\n- Tom.Yelier. p'aitnie R'liiih-ori, 
geics school sNslein's nuisin^ Ro^a!le a.nd Les- Scir,\eit. Mr. 

^^''''^ ^ and Mrs. P. C, \V,i.-iiiiv:inn, 

Mis. I,ou.an \va,'ii exqui-ite m ^jj.. and MJis, Ton> Valincia 


tree, ira>s,-\a-e aMij^lnircer 
ous oilier pr"se:its ^ ! 

The coui)le aie paicji's of 
a iauchtei . Caiol .Inn who is 
JT' . ■ ' ~- 

.Sonip of liie 2iif».is \'; 't e : 
I.i'Uise .\rnoid lusi 'li;!. l{ fi ofn 
her ei';hl -ni.'/ah avii-'in'-lhe- • 
world trip. l.;eoiuc and .h,}. "iia 

Ha\es., y,v, and .Mis, i' ed 

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Kin-. tl.c,-ler S. h.Mit s-h.-i; 

:nanac:er for Ihe LiniotjoJd 


,Iii\- Yetier, 


while as shp greeted her many 
friemis while her husband se- 
lected a midniulit bjue silk 

suit. 

'.Mn\ Rr>ie, iMlerer. aiiii ins 

e;i[),ible statf handUni, the .if- 

f.iir expert l\. It fe^ttured a 

coittinuoush" ninnin.; .iham- 

. paitne fountain and a \,i! iiM\' 


^h■. and Mrs, I-id Da\ -. .Nellie 
tiilchrist. I-ucille p'lsk Lev.i.s, 
Dr. and Mrs. Cltarfcs --O/ier,- 
l>r. and Mqs, n.anjon ^.eo .Ir,, 
Oj-. ahd .Mrs. \V H, Coc!;relI, 
yiv. and Mrs, ,stewart .loncs-, ■■ 
Mr, ,ind Mrs, Henna :•(» f-ixatis* 
.\i'.\, and Mis. WiUard V^'oods, ' 
M: and .AJis. Ciil La.sjvan. 
uf hois d'oeu\ies uhuh m- .Ahs, I.oiiis Pe; r\ ^!; . anVi 
( liidcd a lobsici lii-h., T-u|i bis- Mrs. Vi^ erett Fnley, ^il', and 
ci-'ii-. squab lei:s and lion Mis. P.amh !.onii\,:.Mi and 

'iue-is came bearirm jlts in Mrs. .sieiilinc \\ai:ner ajid Mi;. 
silvr ini ludir.s a siher dollar and Mrs. I.ui;:7.i. 


Bill Smallwood 


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< HA.^lFAdNE FLOWS— Max Bryce, well known 

caterer, i? shown filling up for guests attending the 
Iwenty-fifin we<iding anniversary reception of Al- 
lied and Mrs. Logan last Sunday. From left; Mr. 


Biyce. A'ince Liuzzi, Charlotte Logan. Mane Liu/zi, 
.lohniiy Liberto, Lucy Liberto and AH led Logan. 
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Senior Girl 
Scout Meet 
Slated Fri. 


ri-.e 


.Xnireles Council 


.Simior (iir! .Scouts will partiei- 
fiato in the fiist- futl-sc.ale sen- 
ior conference since ID.'if) at 
llio .\mba--adoi- Hotel on .Ian, 
12 and v.) 

■'Honor the Pas! and .<erve 
ii; ■ Kii 111 e " IS the liieme of 
liiis knij conference The 
tlicpie will be .accompanied by 
Ills. u-sii>n Looups based on the 
Kovei ftment's Naliontil Pur- 
pose Project The groufis will 
disii/-,- pohlii al. economic, 
human relations and world rf 
!JP"nsibilily fields, 

.Mari;ee Leshin. senior board 
president, will preside. 

The.sirls helping to carry 
out the two-day event are 
C;erri Moore, Arlene Kpstcin, 
flail 'Coulson. Joan Hieken- 
botham. Bess Rosenblum and 
Jane de la Pena, 


Election Scheduled 

Fgns olj. Gaiety club held 
their first meeting since their 
gay Christmas party last -Sun- ' ' 

day in the home of Beatrice ".^rsrtit' this girl you \vanf to 
Moman, marry liis she gooCl connec- 

Members discussed their up- tions ' ' a-ked a proud molheiv 
<-omini election v'.hn-h i.s "Wetl, -he iiexrr came ap.arl 
scheduled for Sundas , .Ian, 14, wlv-n 1 was wiih her," replied 
in the h(jme of Marion Roman, the sun, ■ 



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■\lau\ oie\ene' ("arpenier sim fjiowtn. l->i kele,\ 

isn't, nuile re;Hh to skip rope' -, , , . ,* °, , ,-. i, 

' ■ ' ' -.\laili(l I sues a rlihii..'; oiinn- , 

\et;, P.osalie .•ind'Tom Hawkins •■ / , , " • i, ^ , . - 

. , "„ „ I, , " i 1 .„ (loniist and lt\ ed t^me hi .ofh 1 

tuji\ h.ive a Pasadena address. ,, . , , .c • 

The >tia-.in Alumni Club \'■•'^•^ n ''iwn w I'h he- ij'. .'oer, 

visitii'L:, I,t. Col, ,ro'.) ■^i^S. 

.lei'one Hsyanl ''iV'''s j-i 'cn- 

rxi IP .s.'.n ,\n;i}ti'oi., 'V' (i- -'le 

Ir ii-euur-.s of , Iri^' .'in^i Till 

.^pi:enor: Ida an.! ,ie. • ■^ rvc 

si-er a\l lirolite;-. . -' -' 

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liirihd.'^ -C'-oiT''^! oi l~)r, rwd 
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ONK FOR THE LADY— Friends jamtned'up on 
Mr. and Mrs. Al Logan and toas*ed the couple when 
they celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniver- 


sarv last Sunday. They are: Fred King, Helen Cr?.>-- 
son.' Bud Cray.'^on, Charlotte and Al Logan and 
Corine King. (Adams) / 


e\peri. is stationed m i-or'iiord 
(^^lif, Louise ,"m nohi i.^ iionijc 
from lier world ira\ol.-. , 

BIRTHDAY Hl'CS 
Bess Crtnl, ho.-nc lioir. a'le- 
lurn nip to i,he hospiiai, ci;n- 
tinues lo do nicely. Theie was 
an illuminating feature arti- 
cle on Mil Biount in a recent 
i-,si;e of Hhe Christian .Sc:.?nce 
Monitor, The Teticup Club 
,ii)uriieyed '"'■ i!ie I;i!.s'''»r<> 
home of r; p.:' Rette for ihei 
mee.iiv: la>ir Sat, Lv-ry Scot 
-els liri!-il-,da,\' h',:_s i,on:.>rrnv 
ill I. ■rvo'. Hill- i; ..>(• ni lia 
wh-^el •:. t:'-.I .sp'uki;,' iW' 
iContii'.ucd on'.i'ajc 8) 


8— The California Eagle Thursday, January 11, 1962 


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CHECKING PROGRAM— Mary Ba- 
tiste and Patricia Harris, staff mem- 
bers for the Summit Laboratories. 
are co-ordinators for the Pastel 


Princess show which will present 
now concepts in reverse permanents 
and hair styling during their Jan. 
14 show at Baces Hall. (Adams I 



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KE(:ErV'ING CLUB CHECK— Busi- 
ness manager Beatrice Green, cen- 
ter, is shown presenting Circle R. 
Camp director, David W. Arbor, 


left, with a check to assure somt' 
community youngsters a trip to 
summer camp this year. Looking on 
from left is Mrs. Arbor. (Adams) 


Oxnard and Ventura 
County Happenings 


By Frankie Nash Smith 


.-\ddinr; gaiety to Chri";tm'!s 
week relenraiions were the S, 
L. Le-;i;hts, who entprlriirT^'l 
last Saturday nitrhl with c-h:^- 
lails. Some of the :;upf = rn- 
joyiji? their h<)snit;;iiiy \<. ,-.r: 
the (.;Ubert Cn lhou!i^, .Ti;hn 
MacJtp, (iweniiolyn luuit, ilie 
Jim Rppd;;. C.loria Thomas. 
Jfrri Mantooiii. the (Tintoti 
Tatun^«^ and ni;!ny out-of-toun 
guests. --* 

Both to .larkjp ajiid Clifton. 
Tatum on Dec. '22' a son an- 
' swering to the namtr of Luriu' 
Gray. The Tatums for sever.Tl 
years had received guests on 
.New Year's Kve, so friends in 
keepin;:? v.ilh tradition, sur- 
prised them with a p;uty in 
their home. 

They brought _r'".;notr ;;■ i 
fill 'that !;ocs \v;,n it. Th"^'" 
responsible were the Ham ' 
Browns, Hairy .MIi .cis, th" 
Harmons. Cirol Cl^ys and 
Mi Idred Goew ens . 

.John Hunt, huhliy of (iwen- 
dol\-n. planed into 0\naTfi l-ist 
week to wind up the hilid'.vs 
with his fan.'ly. Joli.i is a 
member of the Ray Ch.ules 
Band. He and (jv-.en mutored 
to Los .Nnpeirs New Year-. 
Kve for the Ray Chatlcs Con- 
cert ?;ven in the Sports .Arena; 

Also attendinp; the Arena af- 
fair were the Fred Jones. .Al- 
ice Glisby. Claudia Kdwanis. 
I.. M. .Sfrozer. Kvelvn Harvey. 
Delia May Har\ey and the 
Jolin Harrisons. 

Sure hnppv to know .Mna 
(Tuley I Jones was a'oie to at- 
tend the Ray diaries Concert 
after missins; most of the holi- 
days' activity on account of 
Ihe flu. Also on the sick list is 


All WESTSIDE ROAOS 4 
\ ;^.L£AD. TO ■ J 

i;l)pse tbtton •' 
^'^Bt>y$ LiqUori '^ 

Weifern Ave *t 35th Plac*.*' 
■*r Rf. 1-1320 


Mrs. I^'la I?Umlon, molhir of 

Aln.i. 

'i>mf)e^t Hollow a\- is cm- 
vale.xinj; a' home alif; a sr->- 
'sion at St. John's Hospital. 
(]'PC;ory and Denni-; i l-.'a<,'le 
fiewslx)ysi were happy to ha\e 
trieir mother home for the hol- 
idays, as were other members 
of the family and friends. 

Sunday ni<;ht fnuiid our 
rif^Mns open to nei-jhljors and 
friends to sa>' "Happy New 
■^'ear" and to enjoy the trarli- 
tional rep.! St of hos^shCad and 
peas, cliased down with my 
speetil recipe for egsjnog. 

^'al i ne Haroer and son. 

^.w'jo sj-ent Christmas holidays 

in t'leir home town. New Or- 

li:.:i-... Wi'l Si, ,11 he returni.'i'T 

to hu'.i.v .Mion. 

7" 1 e NA.\CP ineiTibersliin 
il i.' •.' had lis annual kukuif 
1 -M week, which will l,;sl 
thi'iuiii the rnonliis of Janu- 
ary and February. If your 
Di'.ni lie-, ship i s delinquent, 
c'.ntact Barnard Brown, mem- 
bership chairman, or Charles 
Jenkir«. picsidenl. 

T)on't foie;et Bethel A.M.K 
and Trinity Baptist are still 
in joint revival services. They 
will he (inducted at Trinity 
Baptist this week. Rev. H. W 
Washington i."! pastor; Re\ 
Loe Henderson will bring the 
message. 

I e.xpect your news B"xt 
week and every week. - HU 
6-582.). 

38th Weddinq Fete 

Slated for Couple 

The M. W. .St. Anthony 
Grand Lodge A.F.&A.M.'. Inc. 
and the Queen Ksther Grand 
Chapter of the Order of the 
Eastern Star will, honor Mr. 
and Mrs. Joe Johnson on their 
38th vvedding anniver.^ary on 
Sunday, Jan. 14, from .5 p.m. 
until 9 a.m. at 471 VV. 41st 
place. 

Mr. Johnson is grand master 
of the Grand Lodge. 


Breakfast Set 

Kdna Humphrey was hostesi? 
for the regular meeting nf the 
Ladies of Paradise Club last 
week. 

Opal Richard.son. vice pre.s- 
irlerit, presided in the absence 
of Helen Sprow. president.'^ 
who 4S visiting in Houston, 
Texas. 

Plans were put in motion 
for the ( lul) s annual breakfast 
whuh is scheduled in F^ebru- 
ary in Ihe new Candelabra 
Hall, newest addition to the 
popular Many s Cocktail 
Lounge at 58th and Broadway, 

Officers 

iConlinued from Page 7i 
tend the installation ceremo- 
nies. 

Members are Marion New- 
ton, Julia Dickey and Lorraine 
Makey. 

Future activities of the club 
include a musical extravagan- 
za lo raise Imins tor Ihe (lab's 
huilduik; pio.iec t. 

(iiiesis attending the inslal- 
l.iiMii and iiKklad parly in- 
cluded .Mr. and Mrs. David W. 
.Arixr who accepted a c'leck 
troiii the club in behalf of the 
('ircle li. Camf). 

Minnie Hampton 
To Sing 

Minnie Albntton .Hampton, 
direclor of Hollyw'oixl Bowl Con- 
certs for 2'seasons; chorister at 
the Phillips Temple CMK 
Cnurch for the past 15 years, 
naliofially known soprano, will 
sing at the Discussion Grogp's 
■Itli Annual Festivities; Sunday, 
.ian. 14 at 4 p.m. at 10924 S. 
Com pi on avenue. 

Other well known musicians, 
including Dodge Bolton at the 
organ, will make this affair an 
outstanding event of the sea.son. 
"hev-^Gertha McCail Wheeler 
will speak on: "Atomic Faith 
for an Atomic Age." 

Dr. and Mrs Herbert Sullivan, 
ministers of Universal Church, 
extend a hearty welcome and 
suggest that everyone h% seated 
by 3:30 o'clock. 

Mrs. Lola Wynn, wife of Big 
Jim Wynn, popular bandleader, 
heada the program. 


Summit 

iCunliiiued from Pace 7> 
bath or caught out In lainy 
weather • 

Henry 1-iiindles. from Indi- 
anapolis . \ice president of 
Summit LatKirytories. will be 
on hand foi' the show , follow- 
ing which one rf the several 
\()uni,' models will tie crowned 
princess 

.\ champagne hour and dan- 
( in'.,' will precede the show. A 
iepie.>eniati\e group of hair 
stylists will fashion dazzling 
< realions using Pastel Princess 
Reverse Permanent. In mldi- 
ton. the .Society Traubadours 
will [inuide dance music and 
a special show A capacity 
crowd IS expected to attend 
lie affair that w'lll feature the 
works of' some of the city's top 
hairsyiists. 

Smallwood 

(Continued from Page 7i 

< ar Happiest . pt)st-convales- 
rfV in town is han H.ir.ild 
liniwnirii: si.;i( e h.is dodor 
ok'i\eil him drivin.,' ni;ain. 
Ililio r.ctlv ,l()nf<. who was a 
p; ,':i\ silk :ii I f'lr a".', hilc 
Ton.x Hill is in Chi< .i. 

Cirl Jonrs ki.--ed his Doris 
and Iheir k:ds adieu and flew 
hack to Hiinolulu alter '.*;pend- 
in.,' Ihe holidays here: he 11 he ' 
lirre again in March. Mrs. .Mo- 
Imda Crozier birthdays on the 
i7lh; her daughter. Berni, 
and her son. Hickey (he's 
tieen working here' drove Ihe 
latlei s family 'II"len and 
ineir kidsi back to Vegas pf- 
ler the holida\s here Hickey 
plans to rejoin them shortly, 
S. F. };NniANT:vH:NT 

Ne.\ ^lIkcl■ H.-ury Ruber- 
siiti. who li,-i(l himself one con- 
t luious ball of ,1 ime whiie 
Msiiin^ here. t.Kjk-O!.' for S. F. 
to .s;niipie that i iiy's endiant- 
iiienl.-He Aas liousei;ue.sI here 
of Rev. W J l-!i.\ant 

I'lMKi and H>ii'n Uclili ha\e 
hs s|s:or.in-r"\-. . .luanil:i i ^.ol)- 
l cc i l.MPe, \;-iIiiii: them Irom 
(icrmain. \si'\e her hu.soand 
> s!,riiiiied . her iv,o:he:-, who 
li\cs in .\nr.hcim, .s ill. iUrcn 
\>;is all set to check out've 
.^,i\\ telle wh^-n \\i%. medics 
shook their heads, but he'll 
tinally make hnme any .mo- 
!• cut niiv\ iXiia MclXinald, 
I \rr her jire-'v l.d.iy \irus. is 
liking It oh. so ea;;-. M I'Urine 
l.:Kii.i.n is si.qicd for a rc- 
int n '1 ip 1i> the hosp!t-al. 

Alpha Delta ( hnpter of Gain- 
ma I'iii liella met Sun. w;th 
Ellie B. WiUiams Mon. 1« a 
hirlhday for Mrs Rose (I.ariuv 
fif P;i.s;iden,i. Dii'olhy Watson 
t'lrthdayed lasi ueek and iusi 
about all of her skillion rela- 
'ive> were on hand to hug her. 
Ihe biggest bear hug canunL' 
fi.'m her .son, Bill, home on 
furlough. 


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KATF:ST TREND— HairslVlist Thomas Cozail, cen- 
ter, is shown demonstrating new points of the Pastel 
Princess Reverse Permanent, a new concept in haii- 
styling and color. Looking on from left arc : Patricia 


Harris, Mary Batiste. Lucille Smith, Ruby Dollar^ 
hide, Virgin Huddleston and Claire .Jono^. The show 
will be held Sunday afternoon, Jan. 1 1, at iBaceS 
Hall. (Adams) \ _ 



INSTAl.l-ATION P.VKTV— Members of the Sophi.s- 
ticates Social and Chaiity Club are ?hown following 
installation of new club officers in tjhe home of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Green. Pictured seated from left: 
Elizabeth Greenwood, vice president; Inez I^wis, 
president; \'erna Lambert, corresponding secretary; 
and Margaret Murray, recording secretary. Stand- 


ing are: Roxanna Montgoinery, financial secretary; 
Lottie Hyman. trea.'^urer ; Charoleite Gist, standing- 
in for isabelle Wood, sergeant-at arms: Marie 
Zuercher, historian; Beatrice Green, business mana- 
ger; Novejlla WTiitlow, reporter; and Adcssa Fields, 
Clitic. Meinbers are Marion Newton and Julia 
Dicker. (Adams) , 




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as big as 
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...the free work! he fr»es m wiB be 
dshh; almost a niiMk>n gaikMts «f 
petroieom every tnmale. 

That** aboyt 60% more dtan it ma 

today— by 1971. 

Where wtH it all crwne fronT? 

From hnndrcds of places on earth 
you might never expect oi! to exist. 
Ri'&ht now, for example. Standard's 
exploration teams arc probing tpe 
ocean floor many miles out to sea 
. . . trekking across Arabian deserts, 
marked "inaccessible" on laap;;. 

Others tare climbing over glaciers in 
Alaska, pushing through the snow 
into the frozen interior of Canada, 
slogging. through the jungles of Latin 
Arrierica. 

In the last ten years, geologists from 
Standard and its affiliates explored 
in 47 countries on six- continents. 

Is the search paying off? 
Yes. In the United States alone, we 
found two hew barrels of oil foreveiry 
barrel we took out of the ground. 

The search will continue ^o help 
make certain that Jimmy and his 
generation will have the oil they 
need for an ever-expanding numbw 
of homes, cars, mechanized farms and 
industri^ . . . and provide chemicals 
from petroleum, that will help make 
possible more exciting new produEts. 

planning ahead to serve you batter 

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'Mom' Mabley 
At the Shrine 
On February 9 

A rollicking, all-star jazz show 
has been booked for Keb. 9 at 
the Shrine Auditorium, by Con- 
certs. Inc. 

Headliners u ill be the great 
George Shearing and his Quin- 
tet, the niulti-talentcfi Four 
Freshmen, jazz-pops songstress 
Nancy Wilson, and fresh from 
the Playboy Club circuit, hilai^ 
ious Jackie "Moms" Mabley. 

Tickets for this 'Jazz Al The 
Pacific" roncert. will he avail- 
able at Southern Calif, Music 
Co., all .Mutual Agencies, House 
of Sight & Sound, Van Nuys, 
Music City Stores and .Sam's 
Record Shop, Los Angeles. 



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•COKE" DATES— Pretty "Miss C.hana," was one of 
eix African lassies selected to grace 1962 calendars 
produced by The Coca-Cola Export Corporation. The 
young ladies were chosen from winners in "Miss 
Africa" contest promoted by Bottlers of Coca-Cola 
.with the assistance of Drum Magazine of South 
Africa. 


MOWN • OOC UBMR Pi« 


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SIATS NOW! 

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HO 2-1259 


"Devil's Hand" 
In Southland 
Theatres Now 


Two h'Mior films. '■ The I>ev-I 
il s ll.md" ,-ind 'Ml'iodln^!." now 
plajing at l.i ihealres and drue-' 
irf^, including the Stale Dos\n-j 
town. Ills. IIol!\\\.H>(l and 
'.Southgalp and San \'al I)ii\e- 
Ins. 

Linda Chn-lian and Rot)enj 
.\lda st.ir in ' Tlic Devils Hand"' 
uhich lelli the itory o( a votxlooj 
worship rult secretly operating 
in a big city. The seductne Miss 
Christian, a devour meilvhcr of 
the cult. -lures Aldo ifito the- 
(Continued on Pagg 10 1 


YOUU S'fflV£Z^\^^ DOUBLE f}^mi^ 



STATE 


IRIS 


NOW 

SHOWING 


KMMCHtSTER EBWJWDS STAIUTt SEPULVtDIl SMVH 

PL ; it;<. 11 Otrvi-IN I oirvt-iH . OKVI-iM onvl-w 


^__rAcinc Diivt-iNS. 
SWrn GATt aORAL 

0ITV£-1N OJlVt.iN 

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PL 3-1341 


Manchester Jheatre 

3 22 W. MANCHESTER at BROADWAY 

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Hudson Shoes 
Opens Stores 
In Community 

Seif-Ser\ ire is nst one of 
many rpa';"ii'- \\ hy HikLsohs 
Shoe Stores can fhaji^f drama- 
tically !i>\'. pi irps and .'^'ill slay' 
in busiiic-s. accordinc to Hon-' 
ry Fischer and Kmeric "Mike" 
Plotter, mana'.'cr"; respectively of I 
the t%vo new Hudson spI[-^ci-mi e 
shoe stores v..'iirh oprncd 'his 
week at H'J'Ki .'ioijth Broad\.-ay 
and ."i955 .'souiii Ho<'pcr. ' 

Perhaps ilic oiip b'^i,'^^^' re.n- 
son is the fTf t Hudson's has 
been in hu.-inc~s fur o\.cr half 
a centur.%'. N -t only is the .V)- 
store chain al)lc to buy out 
bankrupt, closenut and other 
special incirhimdisp 'Smni f.'ic- 
tories and other nutlets, but if 
knows r\acily wh.-it iienis to 
lake, uhn* othei'^ to pa^s up, 
ind nbovp <t!1, what to pay so 
thnt ina.Mmuni Talue for lowest 
l>rue miy !•" pa.^sed along to 
its ru^'oniers 

Fischrr and Rotter, both long- 
tiiiie s luiiil.ind residents, look 
for,'. ,n-d to makinR many new- 
friends in this area. 



; Thursdav;, January 11, 1962 The California jEaqie— 9 . 



JKWT.L BOX REM K — Currently 
starring on stage of the Kl Capitan 
Theatre on North \"ine street in the 
heart of HoUj-woixi are 26 of the 


world's greatest impersonatut .s in an 
action-packed 2' j hour show which 
you must siv to beliovr. T'opulaiiy 
priced: easily reached by car or Tsus. 


LKO.NTVNE KING— Vivacious 
receptionist witii the .Angelas 
Funeral Hoine and member nf 
jL-.A. I.ilirary fV)mmission is 
pushini; for a S10,(KM( improve- 
ment of the old \'ern<)n Library 
on Central .Aveniinol 

SHIRLLES— All-Rirl foursome 
' hospn as 61's top pop rhythm 
and blues outfits sold more thnn 
nine million records durin;; liioii- 
fi\'e \par career. Doris Kenrr-r. 
Shirks: O-.'.nens. Hoverly, I-ee 
and Micki Hams make up the 
crAup' 

BKlUn «;OKI)V .IR,— ,Smn 
'iiiAP his plu.-h. Derloit o(!ice 
liiiilduvr reads "Husville. I'.^.A." 
IIi^ owns the T-unla and Mo 
lov a r(".-.:rilin<; hnns and <'(j.)ly 
HirnoJ down a ''~'i'.)'V':'d i ffcr fur 
:iis firm ' 

JKRI WOODS— !;:ain.\ Delta 
^nri'Mtt n.it'onal ofi'cer ■/.,])]v.n", 
■liwn V.'.ishinKton after pirkiti-: 
op her tepp-i:-;er frotn st ho';l and' 

ivin<.:r a \\\\c\ reason why Hie/' 
say the Cadillac is the car oF 
distinction! 

l'f{0(iKKSS— That 2(;-ycar-o'H 
Central A\eniio biiildiiy^ v.Jiic-i 

w 'S op. e the !i-;r;'c,a fol' ,11! top 
,,if,|;-s]r"\e,- li-'d I'lat ihe\- nir' s;, 
•-(« 1! I ilr fiitiils 1b,ov (■. n'l ;i{!' lyi 
\.t 1 '■:;!' 'del liip (.>!d v|!f ' 

\i<K l.\H— The Ik.vs on '1h> 
-ircr' s.iy the. lesiirlint; piirii 
•.'.as i,rr::t'y dirp<-ted at Ne'^;! ofs 
\\;ih M(riii roir.pariion.s ! 

(ilX)RIA «iARI)NKR— She i> 

.\tty. H. Clay Jnck's iprofieient 
*serretary who went up in orbit 
onXmas morning' when she dis- 
covered Sahta had filled her 
istorkint: with a mink coal I 

LII> CI:MRER— Theatrical ac- 
ent and columnist who has been 
on the westcoast so loni; new- 
romers lake her for a native hut 
lis really a fbrmcr Texan, is in- 
• \i;in:.: all her "!">.'p;> in the 
Hc.aM." friends to a v.iirl A\h 
Ward Texas .\itp, at 'the Inter- 
niissinn P^ooni. conie M(rn. Jan. 


15. Watch a|l the Californians 
show up ! S 

>IARTY ZINK.A-He isn t 

broadcastini: jit but Social Clubs 
planning -affajirs and in need of 
a hall ou.tihtj to know that his 
Candciarha ffall. which is one 
of the smarte.-t in ihe <'ity is 
available for Jicc. Rut the word 
is tlie i;n.^le and -.Nvalon Com- 
nuinii\- Centi r ^tnt .miu' ^ 

.lOIINKTTA KKI-SO-iiiri v.ed- 
uiiiL; wimti w;.s leiioriedl in thii 
bill 


'Coijtimied Oil Pace 


"Point Blank" 


"p*?. 


ICremsr h 


Willi- 


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One i;f ilie ."-us! .sen^.itic'.nal .' 
scenes iii "Point Blank." Stan- 
I y Kramer's 'lafes. mr.iion pie- 
tuiP. v,hi(h co-y;ais S!dr,':\ Poi- 
!,<■)■ .-"id HimIa- 1 )a: in. i . \.,l\es 
' I'i.'LintI til -iar-li '■. .a 'T'lc kids' 
:• •T" [)!i! to a-.e 11.. kid ^ cmt 
d; e.amr.i "'^ ! 

In ■To./l rij.iiik ■ r-oilM r j^ a 
;'s\i hi.iiii.s't in -a i-"ed"rHl prni- 
U'nlrti"." and f)a; oi ;v \\',< p^- 
'MTU, ,an .\n-erii-an Nj/.i Rund- 
eadcr. In llvs pariieular sceup, 
\'. Iii'h does not inrlude Poitipr, 
D.irijrand seVeral of his vouch-..' 
neck assiociates are seen drunk 
:n a bar. 

A MOST 

Their idle, devilish mintis fin- 
ally lead thcni into a game of 
tic-tac-loe, carved into the bar 
with an ice-pick. Before the 
'.:ame ends, the drunken rou^h- 
iict ks slisii and paint tir-tac-toe 
;ill over liie (loor. walls, niirior 

.and end un p.'-in'in'.; ti(-iac-lo<» 
on liiH h.ack r.f the tr:t;htenrd 
liarlendeis wile. 


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your host - CLAUDE DUKE 

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Breakfast Served All Day with Hot Biscuits 
Dinners — Plenty of Food Reasonably Priced 


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PRESENTING FINEST MUSIC NITELY 9 P.M. TO 2 P.M. 
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^JANUARY 22-'S0^^^ir CR!S 

SWINGING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 

Marvin Jenkins 




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DELICIOUS FAMILY DINNERS -I ENJOY XMAS DINNER WITH US 
IT'S ALWAYS FUN FOR EVERYONE AT BILL WATKINS' 

RUBAIYAT ROOM in ihe 

HOTEL WATKINS Rn, ? ?in 

ADAMS AT MANHATTAN PLACE |aNg^^l: » » tli>i^ v 


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,^:Jk«— ine&»»Tfemia fag^e.,. -^tfrsday, January II, 1962 



RAGSDaIe PR()(^I'1SSKS. a new home office 
buiiding of the V;illev Lite Insutance Company at 
nin East VV;'.sliin<;ti'n Fu\rt. Phoenix, Arizona was 
dix!ic-ated i(>tviitly a'l i tl'.c fO!n.or.~t<;ne laid. S(jme 
101)0 peirons v..s;Ud l! .• new buildiug during thr 
open house. A v;s);(jr during the event was James 
^i. Woods, tna. urer. ^^afet}' Savings and Loan As- 
sociation oi 26'')6 Soutii Wostei'n Avenue, just South 
of AdaiV.s Boiilevaid in Los Angeles who reei^ived 
SoOOO check tor Valley L:le's savings while in Phoe- 
nix for Safety Sax'ings. William D. Dickey, Jr., St>c- 


r. taiy-Treasurer of the \'alley Life, piescnted the 
chtck to James Wood, officer and «liioctor of 
Safi'.y Savings and Loan Association. Kiom left to 
light: Attorney Amos T. Hall jiresidenL of Ciand 
Masters Council of Prince Hall Masons, dedication 
speaker: Dr. William H. Hale, president of I^ing.ston 
Cniversily. dedication speaker; William D. Dickey, 
J.'.: James Woods: Lincoln J. Kagsdale. piesident 
ul \'alley Life In.surance ('ompaiiy; Reverend S. M. 
LiKl;ridge. j.-astor of CaJvaiy Baptist Church, San 
Di gii. ('alifornia. 


("Devil's Hand" 

iCuiUinued from Pai;e 9> 

j niy.slprious sect in e.xchaniiP for 
her love. 

Neal H;iriiiliMH, pl;i\inL; liio 
lole of hi.:h |)ri(\sl. holds ;)i<" 
jxnvcr of lite .'incJ dcalh o\cr lii.s 
[ollowors. ap[)( .isiiit; his devil 
sod with huni;in ,s;u ■ di( ''.s. 

"Hloodhisl" is ihc ;)r-,ii.' iv. 
tale of a cra/iCd doi inr \\ h(j 
hum.s and kills hiiiti;iii iii^wii^s 
tor the sho'i- joy of killin'4. It 
slar.> veteran jiior Wilton (IihIi 
,^s the diaholii-.-'l Dr. l^nlliNiu 
■md Ihroe of llollyw(^i(rs loji 
soun.; sl.Ts. .Iiuie Kcmn . (Jen'' 
Poii'.-on and I'wohcii Hci>d. 

.\ddii iiiU.il tli(Mi!i's S' i> "T.in'.' 
ilie films .!ic ('(Miiiv\ l-.:i>i I.os 
An -olcs. \'. .i;u<'. .md I'.ii.ifn 
PiiVc-lBs' l-:di;c>\ii.Hi. SlarlilP. 
Sc|niivrd.i and San X'a 





"SOUNDTRACK" I 




, BY 


V.^AT.WVWi'^ 


CHAZZ" CRAWFORD ii 

KKDD P'OXX liad the Summit crowd twisted with 
laughter on the opening Friday night and! made several 
choice dig.'^ at this scribe thai had us all liowling. Look 
out there. 1^ d. they'll he calling you ti|ie ]3eige DON 
KICKLKS if \-ou're ii(,t careful ... . bulj the twisting 

iw i.~l"iK Milt 1 .1 !ii s' i; _nli'i . 
■;\ lal in--'. \:k,' l!i''i ■■ 'a ;i- i:.i plan' 


I- II. I .-• TWJStKK. This was a 

MS Si-| iiii 'il :■ i^ 

I '" line oi hi>r danrors in 

id AOi v,a V. antf'd 


lo L'li tin .1 1' ' ■ I I !!'(■ niiM (■ "' ■ "S! ' 

^■. iM' !rd hv NOir' \ ■Mll.l.'i:!;. "'' ' 7 

,.,,-; ■! * . ., '•'" li'^M';::. aiiii .\o, v,a v.anifi 

aim Av .1 .1,1.-, n.'M 1 .''/s- ■ I'lti ■ 

; ' l . ■'.: ,-'•,. Ill -.,■ .nil iia-'i i^:' I; i! 

1 .«\(Kii-: ••M(^)Ms" M \m.i:v 

uliiiii--,' I v.^tv)-::) 111 iiii 


iCuniinuPii from Page 9) 
pihiir Rip Van Winkle years 
auo siiook uji many of her west- 
coast friend^ ! 

. FlSiKl FFS — Thai piei-^ix 
hr.ivKl in\.f)i\ int; , two Dept. of 
Wai.nr and Power employees in 
iho lalinlntion serlion shook up 
the iitliic Friday ; when the 
l-;lon(ie ar.d hrunelic traded 
nlous; it .s nt'in'j. hashed up by 
I he Dcni ' 

M.\<iMFK KNT 12 - .\n ajll- 
•■• ( r.i<^n social rluli is .-ot to how." 
•lii'.liiilv j.:i)ii.i. .loininc; {co^ ate 
:.-]:)[l and It ;(Kiks like the Rid.s ■ 
ai;' uoinji; a)i •ilic '_;roup bc<ai;>p 
j'lcre .ai';> (jiii;. t\\,i more appii- 

tion< H\ aT;;,:)ir ' 

t i.\i^1):;ttf; kobinson — 

iConlinucd u.} Page ll-'tj 



DEDICATION CKKEMONIES — Wesley Bolin. 

Secretary of State of Arizona, pauses before cuttinj; 
ribbon at the dedication and cornei-stone unveiling 
of the Valley Life Insurance Company's new horoe 
office building at ILU t^st Washington Street. 
Phoenix. Anozna. At least LOOO persons toured ard 
viewed the new edifice during the open house aitd 
dKlication. Attorney Am.os T. Hall, president of the 
(irand Ma.,Lcis Council of Prince Hall Masons, and 
Dr. \\iiiliam H. Hale, president of Langston Uni- 


ver.sity, I.^ng.ston. Oklahoma, were the main sjvak- 
er.-^. Reverend S. M. Loikridge of the Calvary Baf)- 
tist Church of San Diego. California, gave the dedi- 
catoriat prayer. From l<'ft to right: J. W. Reddix. 
Shreveport. l.,ouisiana: F.dward R. Thomas. Crahd 
Master' of Arizona JuiisdicatKjn of Prii^e Hall Ma- 
sons: Wesley Bolm. Secietarv of State: Attomev 
Amos T. Hafl: Dr. William H. Hale. Lincohi J. Rags- 
dale president of the X'alley Life Insurance Cohi- 
pany: E. R. Walker and J. Daugherty. 



ACTION-P.\CKED 'The Devil's Hand" and 

"Bloodlusf are ctrriently screening at the Manches- 
ter and Broadway hK-ation plus 15 other theatres 


Phil Gordon Makes the- 


New York Scene 


and di ive-ins. See this [)air of pics guaranteed lo 
scare the "yeU' out of you. 


COUGHS? COLDS? 
ASTHMA? BRONCHITIS? 


Every tim.e I go to Detroit, be it for pleasure or busi- 
ness, they try to mp.ke n.e hurt myself by showing me 
such royal hospitalit^', so they did not let me down on _my 
most recent weekend there. On arrival P"'riday night, 
of several delicious dinners, this one 
rharm- 


there was the first 
at the home of t'le vPi' 
■irig Mrs. Katheriiie Banks (whi. 
served yummy T-^'.onjp .steaks'. 
and with my hostess, ijeorgia 
Saw ver, imion or^-'.ini/.cr lylncciln 
Gordon, .\lin:i and Bonny Parks 
all fornime tiie nui'ons [(t earh 
nishr ol stmuilalui? <'on\prsa- 
tion 


.M.illT TIMK — RKiHT TIMK 

.-^aiuiday nii;hl it was Chinese 
food with pretty Sylvia and 
iiandsome Henri King doini: the 
iionms. ard \\ iili Bunn\. .fiine 
ard the h «by, the King chil- 
dren at^d ("aptani Bill Shellon 
I Continued on Paue IIM 


Best Wishes from 
LOCAL S87 

UNITED AUTO 
WORKERS 

JACK HURST, President 
CARTER M. PAINE, iFnancial Secretary-Treasurer 



aids in relieving 
paroxysmt of 
ASTHMA AND 
HAY FEVER... 
Symptomt of 
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MINOR COUGHS 
AND BRONCHIAL 

CONDITIONS 

• 

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PUBLIC NOnCB I PUBLIC NOTICE 

66540 ^ [ness at 5108 South Main Street, 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS iCity of Los Angeles. County of 

No. 449-648 Los Angeles. State of California 


PUBUO NOTICE 


MONEY TO LOAN 


Said County and State. My 
Commission Expires July 11,1 
196.5 I 


In the ."Superior Couit of the "''"^^'' *'"^ fictitious firm name' Published in California Eagle 

!;tnte of Cnlifornia, in and for "f [ January 4-1 1/18 25. 19ti2 

OASIS RKSTAURANT 


RELIABLE 

lST$-2NDs-3RD$ 


NEAR NEW AUTO^ FORSALI 


the County of Los Angeles. In^ 
the Matter of the Kstate of' -''108 South Main Street I 

ADA GO.RDOX, also knou n as and that said firm is (joni[)o,->ed 
ADA I. (iOIlDON, also known :of the followini; persims, whose 


Late model CADILLACS 
-1959-1960-1961 
ALL MODELS-Bank fi- 


DIG! 


THOSE COTTON BOYS 
LIQUORS 

Wetfern Ave. jt 35th Pl«c» 
RE. M320 


Thursday, January 11, 1962 The California Eagfe— 11 


-$500 to 550,000 


De- itames and addresses are as fol 


low 


as ADA lONl-: GOPJXiN 

cciised. i 
'Notice i.-! horchy gi\en to' 
creditors hasing clamis against 
the said derrdent to fiie said 
ch'.ims in the office of the clerk 
of the aforesaid court dp to pre- 
sent them to the ur/'i»r-.!t'ned 
pt the office of Miller Jt»Maloi-.? 
2S^4 South Western .\\ciiuo in 
the City ol Los Ani;i'!cs. in ih": 
aft>resaid County, ultn h l.iiter! 
nffice is the pl:ic£. ol ikishioss 
of the undersigned m all mat- 
ters ^pertaiiniit; to ^.i. ! r--.tate. ..„--. 

S**chiclaims uilh the nc ^-sarvlCountv of Los Armeies - ss. ^^■'■" '^ l^'""' '^'i"*- '^ '^e place 

Siiciiers must he lilcd .,v pre-l 0\ TIILS LSth day of Decem-"' i'^i^'""-^ "' "'^^ u.idersigned OFFICE OR HOME SERVICE 

55itfjd as aioresail v.nlrii si.s tier .\.D,. l;)41. beloio me' Mary '" 

ttS'ntili.'; after the lii ^; iiabiica- Tlionipson a Notary I'uiilic in 


tivuit : 

Mamie McCully 
!ii:',2 West Adams RKd. 
Los .\ngeles. California 
Barbara Green 
I.IOfi .South Kemp 
('oiVipton. Califiirnia 
V.rr.NK.'^-S my hand this 
I,,'. ..I Liecem'ber. 19H1 
.M..\.MIKMcCL"LLY 
Mrs: \V. Adams Blvd. 
BARBARA GRKKNK 
I'llK'i So. Kemp .\\e.. iroinptori 
-late of California i 


Ht;24L' 

NOTKF. TO CREDITORS nancing— 36 months to v.-vc.ant— 2 bdrm. Nr. Man 

No. 4»9-i!)9 -CALL MON.-CASH THUR. thestcr & Fiaueroa. Hdwd. 

In the Superior Court of the, WITH GOOD TITLE P^Y- Down payment OS firs.; well landscaped. Only 

I ST50 


State of California, in and fori 
.the County of Los .\ngeles. Inj 

the .Matter 'of the Kstate of, 

jriJA NOLAN, Deceased. ! 

i Notice' is hereby given to 

creditors haMns: claims against 
- the said decedent to file s 
J,,., claims m the office of the clerk 

of 'he afoie>aid court or to pre- 
pcn! them to the under.>igned 
lat the office of .Sianley R Ma- 
'i;.ni\ .Ir. L'S'Jl S ulh Western 

.\\,'-'.ue I'l the City of Los An- 

jtc'cs in the aforesaid Countv. 


-CASH FOR ANY REASON |ovy qj $499. 

-COMBINE ALL DEBTS 
-1 LOAN-1 LOW PYMT 
;7; -3 & 5-YEAR 2ND's 
TRUST DEED LOANS 

* 6.6% Ist's 
24 Yrs. • 

-ANY AREA- 


PL 


dn., bal. like 
-7191 'til 7 p.m. 


rent. 


tjgni^f this notii e. 
i)ated Dec. L'S. );t;i . 

: PAiT.FNi: HLin.i.r 
JExecutri\ ot liic w lil c 
jlecedent 

-Miller & Maloiip 

.\*>ornpys-iit-l,aw 

28&J South Mesterii Avenue 

I^s .\pgeles, ( alifornin.. 

Pfiblished m Caliiornia Lai;! 

Jfen.'4. IL l><. -.'). Llil' 


months 
publication ot th.is 


af-ier the tirst 
notice. 


CERTIFIC'ATK OK 
IJ-ICTITIOl S KI.'JM NAMK 

'■^'H K rXi)i:;R.SIGM-:i> do 
hereby certify that thc> are 
cwiducting a Rcsiauram liusl- 


!l matters pertaining to 
said estal'\ S^ich claims withi? a in. -9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat 
nd for >aid Countv and .^tate. I'll*" "tcessary vy^uchers must he' 
irevi.lmt: ihereiti duly . omini.s-;"'"'!. " P">''ii'<'fl '^^ aforesaid 
l-.i.ncd, aiid swiirn. p'vson.illy ap- witmn ^iv 
ni.i ""-^•""■•<1 Mamie McCully am 

liarbara tJieene kni>w,n to m<' Bated DO' Jt'i. IDtil 
to be the persons whose names' LORh.N MILLI^R 

are subscribed to the within In-' K\e. uior of the will of saidi 
strument. and acknowledged to decedent. i 

nie that they eN;ccute(l the same, sianiev II. Malone. -Ir. | 

; IN WITNKS.S WilKRKOK. I Atlorii.-x aM-nu \ 

|ha\e hereunto sot niy hand and'-jS'Jt Soiitli Uc^lcrn .\\enu« 
i,:Ki\eii my official seal the (\ii\ Los .Angeles, ( aliturnla. 
l5rsi\KSS,ij,d year ai this certificate first pui,i,<;hed in California Lagle 

Jan. 4, n. LS. •-'.■>. 19<v' 


iho\e \\ rilien. 

Mary tiio.mp.^on, 

■'iSKALi ' 

N(itai\ Public in and for: 


WE 3-9511 
RELIABLE 

MORTGAGE CO. 
7301 Beverly Blvd., L A. 36 

We A-iange Pi.vate & Inst Loai^s 


FOR RENT - APARTMENTS 


SERVICE TO I.ANDIXIRDS 

FREE LisTiN<;s::: 


WEARLEY 
Motors Co. 

13328 Ventura Blvd. 
Sherman Qaks 

TR. 3-6576 

TR. 8-3835 

HAVES 

MOTEL 

The People's Choice 

960 E. JEFFERSON 

AD 3-9295 
3700 S. WESTERN 


NO D.N, >ETS ♦ Choice of 2 t 
I .■'. bdim stucco's, haitlwd. & 
tile. Many extras!, PL A-2S21 
! 'til 7 p.m. 


CAU VERNON STRANGE -RE. 1-2321 


FOR 24 HOUR 

BAIL BONDS 


SERVICE 

4700 W. ADAMS at HILLCREST 
RE. l-23il 



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1'4'r (, I. 3 bdrms., F* baths. 
I built-ins vV ' carpets. SH.lilK; 
I F.F. Ia) dn. %'M mo. includes 
! ta-ves. NA 6-(iOjO. J113 Moun- 
' thin .Ave. N.F:. Pomona. 


I-, BUHs — »r»oo down: 

Cho.re :; bedrm . \\ of West- 
ern. Many p\l'-.as. Lo^^ pric e 
PL 1-11 JI. 


BARiiAIN 

bdrm 

HO -i-^;;:! 


Vac. liOW «dn. 
rcT) W. M'h St. Owner 


* BRAKES * tUNE-UP ' BODY WORK 
'REPAIRING 

SERVICE FROM 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. 

J. BLOHN AUTO REPAIR 

RICHFIELD LUBRICATION AND GAS 

6901 S. VERMONT PL 0-1769 


<;. L RKNT u -option to buy. 1' 
111 . slue, pa'io. PI, 7-4iri:; 

(, I. .Nt» DN. 'J-lKlrin Onl> 

$.").■> tuo . nr. everything. 

PL ■j--\m. 


|s:<0<H( DN.— staggered dbl 11' vr 
old. Own. apt. ;i hdr. I't ba 
other lin 5 rm. J h<ir. C hi 
air con. Wet liar. ?. gar. L .\ 
Hi. d,-t. RK 1-Jll!^ 


;.'iO D.N. deluxe 2 iHlrm. stm 
Ue. ,li\ & dm. rm. ; lots o! 
tile; stall shower, frpic : clo^e 
in. PL 1-'-'M_'7 til 7 p.m. 


BIG FASHION NEWS 


HI-BOY SHIRT 

''Catering To Th« Man With Fine T«»fe" 

Ben and Jerome 

HABERDASHERS 

26 1 8 Crenshaw RE 1 -9029 



AX 1-5022 



24-HOUR SERVICE AX 4-3661 

KEYS OF ALL KINDS MADE 
LOCKS CHANGED & INSTALLED 

• ANYWHERE • ANYTIME •ANYPLACE 

McGEE'S MOTORIZED 
-LOCK & KEY SERVICE 

Registered Key and locksmith Expert 
4405 S. WESTERN AVE. J. S. McGee 


$75 & UP-Cherie-Terij^^,^p^^„p^ L.^,^„^,p,..^^. 
apartments - modern' i'^' ^ocr vacancies 

~ WITH U.S . . . phone us .vour 

furnished 1 bedroom — fu-mished and unfurnished| 

I J' I house 5. duplexes, doubles' 

heated pool — disposal, jipartments and sing 

B . \Al L- » - CHARCIL.S UHATSOI- 

Between Washington 

.v.D.ims .T-.'>171 

1630 Arapahoe Street caii iioihs uenttl Now 


Electrical Repairing 
HOOKS ELECTRIC CO. 


^les NO "All Tyoes Wiring 

No Job Too Smal 


APARTMENT FOR RENT 


STOP 

Your Rental Search Is Over! 


$60 UP 


FURNISHED 
SINGLES 




and Vernon. 

Rl. 7-3470 


HELf WANTED 

17 to 70 Years 


AX 2-0905 


i, 


Besf Wishes 
from 

Arthur J. Hess 
Heat 8t Power 

3530 Sunset Blvd. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

NO 3-3265 



NEW METHOD! 
Phone DU 8-7048 

Dnnary, Personal Problems, 
G'andi and a'l C'if^icjl Mat 
tars Yoj'^g Dr. invite". bnL;S- 
ual caier. ' 

— RESULTS — 

Consultation Confidential! 

3156 Wilshire Blvd. Room 12 


MALE AND FEMALE 

Work in civil service NO EXPER- 


IM..ANTATIO\ HOTEI- 

S'< 00 wfcW anii up. Neuly dei iv 
i.ited rooms, hot and rnid water 
m all rooms, .^ome wi.th prix.i'e 

lENCE NECESSARY, GRAMMAR ,;,„,, p,, p,,}.,.; PARKINd 110! 

SCHOOL EDUCATION USUALLY k. .,o,h Pi. Corner Central Ave- 

SUFFICIENT. Train now for jobs mp AD .'".-IIS^S. 

with lecorify. Send name, ad- ~ 

dress, phone number to national *"'*' " "^ 

training service, P.O. Box 140, 

Culver City, Calif. 


:pec.a i.'mg m a 


4-7149 ^' 

* 

* 
me^ o< Beavty Ci.lt„re Hair S^yl.ng & Ti'Vpg « 


NANCY SKILLMAN HARPER 


!l \ V Furnished apt. 
lor rent he.mtifull.v deeoiat-; 
ed single and douhle apts. AIT 
utih'ies paid. }-!x(ellent trans- 
port,! 'ion. 

I.ORKTT.V .\I>.\RTMKNTS | 
lis \V. :'lst Street 1 


SERVICE WITH A SMILE" 
1769 WEST JEFFERSON BLVD. 


* MF.N AM) WOMK.N 


nailv 


=:- 1t kk k kt lii H k*k1 HH i» mi 1i*ii*t1 H i*k*1 f k*1flHfk****-lfk*-IHrlf 


pay — Sell ( olenian's I'md- 
iKts. .-.<)lll \V. ,Mst. WK .'■> I.V>ol 


ir Newly Decorated 

ir Elevator 

ir Large Apartments 
XInt Shopping 
Good Transportation 
Doubles also Avialable 
AdulU Only 

1909 S. Union 

(at Washington) 
Richmond 8-3536 


Those Cotton 
- Boys Liquors 

0|Sen Oaily 6 ».m.-7 am. 
Weitern Ave. at 35th P(. 
.. - RE: 1-1320 


Patronize LAWRENCE RHONE and VIRGINIA GAY 

New owners of tbVSSth^ & Main 

5 Min. Car Wash 990 


5 Minute 

CAR 
WASH 


99 


Monday through Friday 
While you are enjoying a smoke 

• CAR V^ ASHED 

• UPWOLSTERY CLEANED 

• ASH TRAYS EMPTIED ./ 

• FLOORS VACUUMED 

• WHITEWALLS BLEACHED 
LIKE NEW ... 


Our Polish Jobs are the Finest 
3515 South MAIN STREET 


m 


. 


RUG CLEANING 

9x12 AXMINISTER or WILTON 

CARPETS CLEANED 

IN HOME -PER SQUAR? FOOT 

UPHOLSTERY CLEANED $|250 

2-PIECE SET STANDARD SIZE ■ "■ I 

■ WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS 

MONARCH CARPET CLEANERS 

TJelS' ' DU 8.756f1 


NEW HIGH RATE 

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st, 1962 


^ 


h 


J 


PER ANNUM 

DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY 
ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO slO.OOO 

FUNDS IN BY THE 10th EARN FROM THE 1st 

BROADWAY FEDERAL SAVINGS 

and LOAN ASSOCIATION 


BROADWAY at 45lh 


LOS ANGELES 37; CALIFORNIA 


ADams 2-4271 


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12— The California Eagle Thursday, January 1 1,- 1962 


'Safety' Rate is Increased 


'CHAZZ' CRAWFORD 


(Continued from Page 10 1 
world, is on her way to the 
coast to play the jazz bill with 
NANCY WILSON, the FRESH- 
MEN. GEORGE SHEARING, 
etc. Localites getting ready to 
be fractured . . . 

It's a hvisting TEXAS NIGHT 
on tap for Monday evening at 
the INTERMISSION with great 
stars and many surprises sched- 
uled. Holding down the bill 
nightly are peel artists HAN.\ 
CHAN (beige beaut with the 
Oriental flair) and MONTIKA 
(\\ ho really shakes "eiTi up) : 
This is the place, man. . . 

DOROTHY DANDRIDGf: will 


make her dramatic debut on 
I television with astarring role on 
the "Cain's 100" series. BOBBY 
JOHNSON had a strong role in 
the pilot film of "333 Montgom- 
ery Street" in a role that was 
made with no reference or im- 
plication of "race" . . . things 
are really pickiiig up in HoUy"- 
wood . . . review of TENNES- 
SEE WILLIAMS "Period of' Ad- 
justment" next issue . . . we 
make deadline early . . . 


N.Y. Scene 


(Continued from Page 10) 
added to the basic group. 

Then Sunday night, .Madame 
Sawyer personally did the cook- 
ing and serving of steaks, corn- 
bread, rolls, collard greens, etc. 
as the parting gourmet delight 
to a successful business and 
pleasure trip. 

Juanita Parnell and LaVerne 
Shuster dropped by to say "Hi" 
on Sunday, and early Monday 
morning I caught the ^same 
United Airlines plane that car- 
ried Wilt Chamberlain and the 
Philly Warriors, and ^arrived in 
Newark at 7 a.m., needless to 
say, tired but unbowed. I wanna 
thank them all. 

Nigw Year's Eve weekend was 
rnpst full, starting on Friday 
night at the beautiful New Ro- 
chelle home of Earle 4: .Alfreda 
Robinson, with a swinging 
party, attended by many lovely 
ladies and dapper gentlemen, 
•including Judges Tom Dickens 
and Amos Bowman and wives. 
Assemblyman Lloyd Dickens, 
former Olympic track stac John 
Woodruff, Izzy and Billy Rowe, 
I..a.ura Prescott. Ralph & Hazel 
Sharper, and many others. 

The food and drinks w-ere 
plentiful, and a good time was 
+iad by alL 

E>nLY JOHNSON FETED 

Saturday, Steve Gonzeles join- 
ed me at the laxury apt. of Miss 
31yrtle Parker, as she honored 
her guest from L.A., real estate 
lady Emily Johnson, with a 
cocktail party. There was an 
intimate, bright and charming 
group there, with Mr. and Mrs. 
Buddy Walker; teachers Eris 
Mattingly and Marcia Ro>waD 
among the invited. , 

RANDOLPH - WILLIAMS 
NUPTIALS 

Later that same night we add- 
ed two lovelies, Laura Prescott 
and Erlcne Collins to our forces 
and went to the Crystal Room of 
the Belmont Plaza Hotel for the 
V edding reception of the former 
>Iary Louise Randolph and her 
new spouse, Kiro Williams. 
Pink champagne, hot appetizers 
and doing the Twist were the 
orders of the eveni.ng, for the 
room filled with friends and rel- 
atives, and most charmingly 
hostessed by Mary Louise's 
clubmembers, The Drifters. 
WELL ATTENTJED 

Mrs. Randolph, mother of the 
brid?, had come in from Cleve- 
land, as had Berthina Parks, 
and Bettie Jayne Everett from 
Chicago's Urban League, joined 
th? fun seekers for a gala time. 

Sunday afternoon ' Bermuda's 
tall, model - mother, .Marlene 
Butterfield, invited me to dinner 
with her hostes.s, Mrs. Blanche 
Taylor King, in .Jamaica, and 
the food was choice. 

Pinu GORDON 


HELP WANTED— MALE 
YO&NG M.VN to assist mer- 
chandise manager of retail 
chain. College back^ound or 
equivalent. Send particulars 
to Box 100, 210 W. 'Vernon Ave. 
at Van Ness, LA. 8, Calif. 
HEL P'WAN'TEDr^MAlE ^ 

MACHINISTS 

Top rates, steady emoloyment 
FOR QUALIFIED MEN 
MILLING MACHINES 
PRECISION GRINDERS 
ENGINE LATHES ' 
BOREMATICS 
GEAR MACHINISTS 
ENGINE TRACER LATHES 
HARDINGE CHUCKERS 
TURRET LATHES 

5 years' recent experience 
Tools and setup required 

WESTERN GEAR 

2600 E. Imp«rial Hwy., Lynwood 
An Equal Opportunity Employer 


HELP WANTED 
Mole cr Femde 

Ov«r 21 Years of Age 

The West's leading mutual fund 
specialist expanding in this 
area. Ground floor opportun- 
ity to enter dignified profes* 
sion full or part time. Experi- 
unce not necessary. We train. 
Additional district managers 
to b« appointed In 1962. 

Call BILL MEYER 

DU. 5-6237 

or write Mutual Funds 
AMociated Incorporated 

3837 Wilshire Blvd. 
Los Angeles, S, California 


The annual interest rate on all] 
savings, effective the current | 
quarter, at Safety pavings and! 
Loan Association is 4.6 per cent 
This announcement: was niadoi 
Monday by Wesley R. Brazier.' 
president' of the associ;ition. 

.Safety Savings has always 
paitf an interest rate consistent! 
with th§ prevailing rate in the| 
Los Angeles community, the a.s- 

sociation president stated. 

I 

In addition, the association is! 

interest on fully paid fii-counts.i 

Funds for fully paid accounts 

begin Earning on the day re- 


cei\rd. c\cn on money received! 
.Tfier the lOih of the month when': 
these funds remain through the 
end of the quaitoi". Brazier said. 
Funds received or postmarked | 
by the lUth continue to earn in-' 
tctest from the 1st of the month. 
In the Deecm'oer 31, 1961 re-i 
port not yet released, Safety! 
.Savings will show assets ex- 
ceeding SLtl.OOO^oaO. Other mem- 
bers of the Ix'jard. in addition to 
Brazier are L. C. Moore, vice 
president: Mitchell Miles, sec- 
retary; James .VI. Woods. tre:)>- 
urer; and Judge Bernard S. Jef- 
ferson ; '■ 
r 


PEOPLE 



(Continued from Page 10 1 
She sings with the sensational 
Miracles quartet. Her operation 
in Detroit cost the group 1.'' 
gi'liiul because they canceled out 
several theatre and one-niuhi 
dates rather than work without 
her. But the group didn t sit 
idly by, instead they apiH.^ied 
before youth groups, visited hos- 
pital patients, while Chiudette 
recuporalod! 

<;i,0 H.\LL — Talented hair- 
stylist. The secret to lier youth- 
ful beauty is a minimum of this 


.) 


PLACES 




.and a ihnximuin of that I 
I STAR LITKK.S— In their first 
■chil) meeting in the home of 
Barbara January they adopted 
the slogan, "fun in '01. loot in 

(;K0K(;K PKKUV — Dappei 
Internal tonal Airport employe-:- 
is bu.--y decuraliiig his new 
Viewpaik A[)t : 

JOE LKWIS— In addition 1o 

running the South Park play- 
ground, he spends tune with the 
Avalon Community Center, Wel- 
fare Planning Council and a 


number of community prpjeols., LKWV MOORE— Mr Half- 
is saying that if you're inlerest-l,,,, ^ ,„ ,„,,.„ f^^ the PrQ-Bovvl 
ed ill community betterment. . .•, ,. 
you work, at it! '^ National representative of a 

J.ACKIE SNE.\D-Busy Delta '^'"'""'■''■'*' °of"Paf?y i^ showing 
and a top school teacher oun'^'"'' ''^^ ''""'*d df our to^^Ti: 
south strolled into the MDBA 
formal with a snug fitting white 
formal gown and every male 
wanted to, become her pupil! 

JI.MMY WHITERSPOON— He 
suddenly checked out of his 
Rimpau Street pad and Santa 
Claus was madder than e'll, he-! 
cau.se he had a turkey for him!| 


MAN THIS MUST 6E 
TKE PIACEI 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 
LIQUORS 

Western Ave. at 3£th Place 
RE. 1^1320 


VAN DE K AMP'S 


THURS.. m., SAT.. SUN.. JAN. IMMS-H 


KHJ RADIO 93-NEWS HOUR 



CAMPBELL'S 

SOUPS 



U.S.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" TABLE TRIMMED OF EXCESS FAT AND WASTE 

STEAK SALE 


"TENDER. JUICY AND PROPERLY AGED" 


CLU 



CUBE 


(amp^ll^ 


<'KEEN PEA 
>?OUP 


GREEN PEA, BEAN with BACON, 

CREAM of ASPARAGUS, VEGETABLE, 

PEPPER POT, CREAM off VEGETABLE, 

CREAM off CELERY, TQMATO RICE, 

VEGETARIAN VEGETABLE - 



1 0Va-oZo 
TINS 


YOUR 
CHOICE 




T-BONE 



THIN RAKE SALTINE 


CRACKERS 

C 



«ATH'S FROZEN t KOtO KIST FROZEN • fdOZEN NORTHERN 
(EEF.PORK-VEAL ■ BEEF \ SLICED 

CHOP-ETTES I STEAKS ; HALIBUT 

8-02. ^^« ■■n 2-or. »|00; KA* 

BONELESS BRISKET 

CORNED BEEF 


MILD AND 
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POUCE WRECK lATr 

High Cost of Towing Impounded Cars Being Probed 



—The 'Law' Was Here — 




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THUKL^DAY, J>:.N. IR, 1V62 2101 WtSI VERNON' AVE , L A f<,CAll; 

Fire Chief Pledges 
To End Segregation 
En Dept/Right Away' 

B\ <;K.\( K K. SIMONS 

.^■<-:4H\L;.it 11)11 HI ratine: an;; suviiin<r a: i an^cinr nts 
in ihf L.iis Anijt'les City Kiif Dt-paitmont is lo conu' to 
an fiiJ .liinuaiy M. the Bnaid of Fire Coinniissioncis 
ruk'd Thuisday. in a siTit-s of niolidns thai ofricially 
S})0lled out the integrated jifiliey ^nd how it is to be [uil 

in'o elfet'i. 

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VOL. LXXXI - r,o. J4 


Phone; 

AX. 5-3135 



Out-of-Town t 


Pro-Southern 
Bias in Calif. 
Texts Charged 


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AFTER THK WKKCKIN(; CKKW 

Offirers raiding an aftei-houis spot 
eariy Sunday morning -left the house 
^ .shsmbk'.s. Results of the sledgo- 
lammer tactic? aiT pointed out to 
Jagle's Abie Robinson by Ora Mc- 
Clain, uiv) was present when the 


'.viecker.- swept thiough. The piece of 
urnituie, a few hours eailk!', was a 
i'V set. Bedclothing. drajics, clothes 
are .mrewn around flour. The eliande- 
lier was ripped down, windows were 
bi'oken. holes punched in \sall?. 
I Smith 1 


Fees Exceeding Does Lumumba's [ 
$8 RsGorted in Fate Await Gizenga? 

HeWtoii Area 


By GRAf't K. SIMONS 

Does the same fate await Antoine Gizenga. vice 
firemicr in the Congo government, as that which befell 
his former chief. Patrice Lumumba, who was assassi- 


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W'.i.shinutiin I.; Mr.ih.iin l.ilinili; ,.,. 
utiilo It (,i-'> .i>;|)('. -11)11- 'in r^cn- 
,.u>y Chii'i'- .~si:ni!i('r jnl Cim- 
'_'r''-;S:'naii '1' h .-Icioiis .siv'-ni"- 
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Wrecking 
Crew Hits 
Late Spot 


Si.x persons. including 
well kno\Mi Alt red L. ''AV' 
Tiic<-. were arraigned 
._;' Wednesday on]^chaiges or 
felony consjiiraPy to corrupt 
ipublic morals. ■ 

Tiirx h;ili Ih-i'll .1! M'-''-.! .'.II 1\' 

.sii.ii.r;. ir.iiiiuim hi luo n; ihc 

;i:.,s' ilcs;i lirli . •■ i;,iit.~ . \ .'r 

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ill' -^ i;;l liiei I' ■'. I 'ii;<i 111' .< 
imnlfi'.iir I rf<ii-..;.Hni/.-il 11)11 ul 
1 .) ;,"..>lli)< uu-rilM'^ jim^iii 

ii(il p.MpIp mo mill)'.: 1i> I'omc 
111 ^ i.ih .11 ..cither tn-.i l,.«,k ,,, ,p.,|,^,, ,hr,e ,s an aullliiiiv 
(111 liisl,i;>, C-i,llr> iriinied (Ml,,, ,,^p dopiitiiirni •' llo .iiidodd 
;:,.! C'.':i|.'flr;;iii' ln-ip.-; air .il- ,i,-,t ii„,.,p ■•modrralc . h;iiii;rs' 


■.\a\s O'lcried lu in \ n y I'lirnii- ,\,,iiid 'itc lur "'hn tir>i mif'if'-i ' 

. nated in Katanga Province bv his (loliticid enemies just en'ti..-, \ ^■i:v.^ ,.ii.i dosii iiw.l a- ,„• .,i| ,,,n,rino.t 


»ne \-ear ago 


"ill :,\r ' .'. •■li;iri|\ ' ni ' Ivu d 
I ;hiin. ' \\|iilr uni in ti'.iii;i~ ::• c 
'lepi' ii-.i .1- .iiitir s. n.i m.ii. h I'll 
.h'li snuilif;!.'! r\,,;s 

TK.MTOR l»KHNhl> 


.\li^ r 'ill' I liie!"- s;;iT:r..'i! 
t". ninii>-iiin Pi .:\-.idi'ni Fred W" 
I\ii:ir' rrllU'iTlbd IhP ilcvs i.i.i.xi 
111' riKipei ;it 11)11 hy a^surins; .Mil- 


A pi eh*'* iios been insti- 
futed hy the f^olice Commis- ^ ,.„^,,„ .,.^,^, ,,^,. (.,,, j • |/^-,.,-*f -, 

sion mto alleged o v e r- ,_.„„,,,„ ,„-,,„,,,_,, ,;,,,,„_^_,.^ _,„,JOmO iVCnyOttO 
charges bv the Shnford and ,.,i;„i bodysuanf .ipnaicntly hisl. . . 

Huntley Garage. 6ol S. Ce- cmiy imjps in the .sianlcy\iiip,.NaiTIGd frO KenVO 

res s'rect. on V '■:: fh;'r<,'f'.s on area — were set upon and routed ' 

i.mpounded car.s. arcoidim: !■: bv a joint action nf P:emipr n I* ^ •! ., i t .i i u . i i i.u, „ „ „. , 

T . T. ._ TT- , 1 <• ■ ^-' 11 * 1 , . , ,• . Klllinn ( mtnnt fl-.v \\i'li ••» membei of tlie .lohn unit barks \iiu lOd per rem 

Lt. Hueh V.ard, chief in\e.s;i- (vriile .Adoula s .soldier.- and IxUlinu VtfUUllWII ,-,. ... ^- ,. j 

gatinr; oifircr. Lniied NatKias iorce.;. . i ,, , i ', ,, ,^ , 

^ I \ \rP()I"' K'-i' 1 I,-, -,,, ad:r.:s-i..n tli.it h:-!.i\ irMvpf.-,., p.,|i,\. tint 

The .^ar.f.)rd and Tbinlloy f.a- HOI SK .\KKK.ST i,.,,,,,! ,„,, „|, ii^,. p,,,^,, •Jiully ol |„i.,mhi in liv ilie 

ra'_'P ha< a- .■onT.'. l uiih th.- fii/er.'.';. w.'i.s th.-n pl.i. i-'.! uii- .■.■'ii' a: i.i .1. ' c "-.'.iiri i,^' 
'Bilue Cmriir.issi.in to reir'nc di'i- hou-.- ariC:-i. wii.le a ui,: 
.such cats froin the >ircois f.ii ■■^''■■^-'''H ' ', y deputies ■..e.e i 
the Nc'vMon .str^-t .S t a I i o n. poi'lffl ah-en.i of Adoula- ti.i: - ;« i-'i >■ i .' 'ne . lie. ;ii: "f il 


-Earl Grant, })op- 
ular entertainer, gives his views on the relation be- 
iwe' n TV. critic and ju\cnile delinquency. 

Earl Grant Tells of 

r 

TV, Crime, Children 


Congress Told 
Federal FEP 
Is Necessary 


' ^ 


DOKS TV MAKE CKIMINAIJN ,„, 

lur ,.n1^>.-tQinr>r <.iv..= Viic ,.i»,.-c, ,,., tW„ ^^lo.i..,, K,._ \V.\sl 1 tN( i'l ON 1 ^K- !ale of 

'iiif 'MipliiN niei'.i piaclli-es le-c;- 
i-lati'in depends in iaiije iiie.'is- 
.ae.iip.-n liie. :iilitiide "f die 
While ll.iuse.- 1! e.P li e r i liill, 
\.\.\C'I' iaiiiir -•', lelny. said in 
•i'-liniiiii\ .-i' H heaium lie'ore 
■\)f H-Hi-e }-:.di!i ,ilKin a'ld l,aU>r 
','.'n^!'ii"i'e til" e Mum! ';.'. 

' Il i< rvidi'ii!.' Ililj s.ifd, 
■■|i-Mi supftii'] .'!■ n.ii->iipi»"rt 
;r. >;ii '<^o White }!.';j-e .an be 
il-.e decisive {a. ti 


H\ EAKL (ilJANT 

To discourse on "Television as J See It" is. to mv 


in 'leiei'niti- 


which has nn inifKiund p.ii'k 
lot of I'.s o-\n. 'he Ka'.'ie x^.i- 
formed. 

\ s; I OR .AIR 

Th«> recrul :';in fet- f.ji- ^s 
hajlaze is .S''^, .\ii add'!,' 
<-har_-p i.s p^'i rtiijt.'d jf tiic ti .ul- i 


lianie:-' in i .ec;p<^ildvill>' p:i--»'d t 
.1 tnolii>n !•' censine a'..;auis 
i'.ini. KT-1, wiiii 'oUl' ah-tf|i; univ. 
L'/ii-i';-: !' .e.-(]f on tin- 'niron. 
ni.in- 


'-I the 


1 M.1II-. 


i'ric fakes •note than one h.n;:- o> 
If he,i\\' f-'iiiip.^etil IS ii-'in. >.'i 
C'.i;tH'i-i.-'"^ h.'tee- bri-u !■■-- 
f'^ix'ed fii.in ncr'-is lixirj j 


.\iioii!;. - iV' ;.f,r .C'l ;■> 

r.\n'j. :•! sii in '■ '•■.^'siW.i •■ In 

\ a i'-[)i enii'M'-iiip, liius .'nihil 

ri: 'mien*;!! > en.i.i'nilN . I 


pii. ' iiini und...' 1 .; ni d an -'-i 

::m,! 'ill iii'in:: i :!ii b.ick u'lder 
•_-ii:iiii :ii I.copoldville. 

\''h.'e uili happen to it 'i rrvii -^< 


•• ai ..i.-i 111.- .'.i.Ti M.1I1-. ,„,, ji, ,,„ 
.ind wii.i 'a- le. en'l\- I'-h'.iseii liaiair. 
trout h.'ii-.' .e'c^'. v.,i< I'le, led (.■.l.f"rt 
:>i I'.f .K.-n'. I I ..' ;i-laii\ e ('lan 
1 il la I ",-.'k. 

1^' T' iili.i u .- nil. ipp. i>i'i' : . 
di.' r.irih.dl -,i\r 


Inu.n- the ,-wurse of h -olio ler that ■■tlie commission as a mmdj' somewhat akin lo sitting on top of a mountain ;^J!^pN!|''ien; 'p,,!,'i!!'el 'le-isl^ 

and ifnaking pronouncements. I do not like high altitudes ,i,,n 
Tlie mothiiis emlxidvmt; till' a|.,j fji .,,.,,',, I, j^.,.|y unqualified to make pronouncements ■ n a'.,-vc ,• 'le .....nnued, 
.'^'.'.': '"'" on anything other, than the state of, my health and the ■the:.' is „i-.i a .inc.' piiv le- 
■coluil.if led roses, and music, of coui.se,, ■^p i)i-!ii:nt> ;..: e.'tl; •". . .d- 

III. -A IM, 111 .a- I fi'el 11 iii.A LTi.ii|i- " ina-i'i:!, h ■•- !>."-. i .ne 

Mii'd ,'d 1,1 --Ipp >1 1 .'I ic. -ill "11 
(i If c-(p;.il loll- i.iio.rt nmii '. . 

K^;^^^:l)^ (-itkd 

I i;.'. :iiiinu }'t(-;,i. :r ■ k ■. ..e- 
<1\ s s,i|i;vi. t ,1- F' .W 


iii".nii.--i. 'I 
rii'isiiii. W neii dt.' I.c.wci \Min hai.l-uni kiiv.^ per.-„.nii,'i ..'ii 
n- I :ree:;-.-;i; ili.ii li'luinc a .un-i mh!".!' made up u! c""ni'nis- m 
llie n.i ;i,ii e ,1- 
ivkeii s' I'c'iii'r ( 


e.is.iit' he CI- iiiiiii Odiiv.iic atid Hcrhcit. 
i' I.ce didlda-cr. in ell,,! tutu ihetdilcs 


a--.r dciiiution 


V. 1 III' 

P'lit.'"'! 
-,,il: I I'- 


a on , .iiiiiiti'.nf lit. it ha\e esi-lcd 

.ip t,, ,:.,-. 

• '.'\i- . t,i.''\ iici;- 1 let c'l,;,,; e \e_ro tccnu'ii 

, ..'lO il'.ii i.i.-; .,1 \.'i;i .h.i\c ii."i! lihtud a'..-- 1,> til.' 

I die ( i\il \\ n . ('.,ll.-\. ,(inii iii\- ir.<"'-- .iiiij h,i\c ii.id lo 

I I' !i»' < : I'd 1.1 ■.;inai fe.ut l.ii' 'h'' "l-cK i-s. iiii". ill'.; 

"- .'- .iii'n-'iiiv ii'i- 111.' fa. I. the. r ,i\r. '.f,.d. , ,i,.ki:i'.; ■ it f.ir 

( 'iir.Mr.iie'l i.n' I'l ■.' li ■ I ■or.tiiril.'d ,in I'a'.,e '',• 




ili.'ii - -, .rtiW'tliin-j ei-c a.;.-,iii. 
T.'lc\ .-Mil. lik"P aii\ otli.'i- iTiean- 
of ( ,.i'!niuni,;tlion, le.ii. li( s u- 
eiTiiitiiiii.ilK . 


thf CeT.'~;d avenue .•iiea ;'n;it ;s aitvlxi'dv s ;_'i.if^b;. 
when ,thf'!'- c.it-s ha\e hern lleason for ^ the aila.k on 
toued av, ay 'liey ha\'e o'^en l.nmurr.ba's fat liter deputy pre- 
eh.uced 51<i. .^12 .inr! as lii'jhjas mie;- ua.s at iirst s^id to he 
SI."!, instead of the ir-;iil-itJon that he v.-ns leacbn:^ a seccs.-ion- 
fianic. i-i nio\P!Tien1, Rcpoiis ptinfeJ 

.Son p f'f 'ii^ '-es \ I' . ; f..' here f,ive no indiep.iion liiaf h^ 
wh'ch -pel la! < ri;'i _:es Y:.'\>-' ,-n-\\:is in f'^t en--;af;P(i in such ac- 
lecpril.'.' t)een nn-ide, ihe i-ii \\c livit}. This was chan,':^'fi Tues- 
\" as inrMi.mcfi. i n elude -iicti d.ay to a stalement that the ac- 
!ten-.s as *■-' I'l' putiinL; a-r m a Hon v.as taken because Oi/enKa 
tne. S2 for utdnrkin'.' a car, S2 '^as pl.annin'^ a febellion ;iL,'ainst 
for sweep ill,- die str-ee; and S2 'he Centra! (Jin ernnieni .•- ■-■■ 
(Continued on P i-e \\ NO LKG XL CH.^RCil^S 

. . .Sii fat- ;is is; known here, ho\v= 

ever, no le;;al char,i;es have 
I mJi^C of LOVG been placed a;:ainst him. nor 

has he been legally accused of 
any wron^-doing, much less 
convicted of any crime. 

The only active secp.ssioiiisl 
in thp ConKo, accordint; to di.s- 
Two ladiesiof the nis:ht were P^^ches during the pa.st months 


Joiled for Lifting 
Guest's $1700 


held for trial Tui'sday on a 


is Moise Tshombe who foujiht 


charKP of hilkin'j 


an unwarv ^ pitched battle with l'..\' troops 
~ apiial, 


in Elisabfthvillp. his 
i-ash. mone>- h" had '.gotten from several weeks a^o. 


the sale of a h'.ns'-. 
The two. Mai iiaia .Jo, in. Blan- 


Ts horn be has consislcnlly 
Ihumbed his nose at both Leo- 
ton and Id.i Hc'.i-Mn, were ac- f'"lJ^-'"f a"^^ '^c U .N. ever 
cused of puliinc: the neat si.'i-ht- ^'"ce « f*!^^' "fe^s after the 
pf-hand last Ik c. 1'-, on Louis Con-o was declared independent 
Heimbuecher, ..f r,12n Indiana '■'"•'""'? ^O. 19^.0, and apparently 
avenue, X. I.oiv^ IJeach. a 's still doinf; it. 
superintendent at the Rus.scll L.ABKLKD A "RKD • 

Bolt Co. SDO E. fiiue avenue.^ >>''?^^^ ''''P''''^ '^^^ ""' "i^" ate 

Mis- i-.lanton and Miss Hous- ■Continued on Paye H 

t<in inii-t stand trial for grand 
theft pel- '11. and are to appear 
irt Dept. IbO on .Ian. 22 at which 
time the trial date will be set. 

Charges a-cainst Charles Ben- 
ny Wilson, accused along with 
the two young women, were 
dropped. ' 

All three w ere represented by 
Atty. Theodore Schaeffer. 

Barbara .lean Blanton re- 
portedly ot;i,ded the hapless „___,_ „ i 
Heimbuecher as he was stroll- 
ing down c:eiitral avenue and 
look him to a house at 68th an'd 
{CJontiriued on Page -4) 


Featured 

in the Eagle 

Church Activities .„ 5 

Editorials ., 4 

Bill SmaUwood 7 

Sports 6 

Social 7 

5how Bosiness ., 9 

Peopk . _ _ 9 

Chazz Chiwiord 10 

Oxnard 8 



<Ul^i^ . , , 


THK MMBKKS <. A'MK 


IN irrn im.a( k 

i;;noi ii.n,il|\ . telex i-i,ui is sup- 
posed to ,iffe,t fhlldren. Slate 
lomiiiillee- wciP at wi.iik for 
!iie p.i-t .\e,ir iiiakiii'^ n-, om- 
mcndatmns Of soni.-- 4(1 sijb- 


- a 

ir.i'irli,.'- ,i| C'itv-;r."'-- m;.; ,,- a 
,' andid lie' U-v I'l cs 'ieni. 1 Ijd 
.s;,i'i' "We i,in..ir;\ iiopc that 
Pii'-iilcp' K.'nn.viv h 's r'.i l-ir- 
• roi'en tlic pii>ini-es ,'! .■^.■iiHior 
ItCi'nn.'dN 


He, I use 


the 


I ,-11 .il.iif., \\ ilh 
as and odier sjv 


CeiiiL:c Thoni 


ictis siiliiniUeiT. iu\ende delin- ii"*--!- 
t)ueni > Ivaded tht* list. In 27tli 'niite'i 


iif t!'c Pf.-si.lciT - i".i n- 
111 i-:nii,il hiiiipl, '\ niT^'it 


cstiien ;,M- ibe p|;,f,(, „ ,„ ,hp effects of lelevi- ()piK.riuni1\ . Coir^ressiunai ar- 

Commuiuly Keliilions C'nnler- ^1,,^ ,„, , jnldren. i il"ti in ti>:s are.i is lequiied. dip 

ence. and ihe NA.U'P, th;.t fi.u- j ,j„|,., ^„^^^, gi,,,,,',,,^ pf,,.,,. N.N.U'p. si>okesm:,n -aid N -t- 

ures shouni. that Nc.;i-oes holdi^^^ tele'vision on cllildren, cM-ept bas, the need been niei bs local 

more Ih.m 21 per .-ent ot the ,|.|,,, j, ^^^^ j,, ^iih place and s"'' siaie-KKPC law-. 

eouni\- s ,i\i| >cr\i.'.' >.lis w hile ,1^,^,^ .iimaientlv not a ma-it,'r of '^'^v Co'iimittce':- ce punted 

llie\ .onsiiiuie only about si\ m,, .,p,, rleatll. I do ki.ow.lhal out, i.perates with.iui -i.itul'iry 

, per cent of the .•..uni>' [K-il)iila- p^,,|.y )pi,n-i.sion set I ha\ee\er .luihoiily. "Thus, iis iiiuinipiice 

I tii'ii dor, I pro\e \er.\ much, il <pp,i i,r,s a little .in-oft knob, becomes r\ ideht when onlnHil- 

anMhiiij. I'll vmIIuil; to lake When \ou Uini it the ri'jht way. ' iCor.Tinued on Paue U 
tile si;, lid .md lcsti!> that the ;h,' set ;^oes olf. 

[ siati-ti, - are douniiL'hl nil- Ti„s. it would seem lo nie. is , -i^-l' 

; leadtti: •;, ;,,„„| ,|f,.,| niore effective ihan I #« 1 1 I M l*AO 
In lli'i fust jilace. iih and trying t-; hide a news,iaper ora"'*""" ' ■■■**** 
upp'T mid, lie cl.iss iierson- mat;a/-inp or a book. When an 
d<in I 'j,i 111 liir <i\d service p\- unsuitable i if tbal's the w ord i 

cepi 111 od',1 c;ises. The price program is over, it's o\ei. It ^ 

isn t right and can't-, like a lot of books I used A fr lv LI fl IH > 


In Robbery 



tlie chances for '" '■e^i'i. be bootlegged with the 
aid of ^a flashlight liiider the 
I Continued on Page -D 


distinclion are 
n o t .g r e a I 
rnoU!;h. That 
e \ c 1 ti d e s a 
g real many 
whites. On Ihe 
o I b c r* hand, 
most NemxK's 
belong to social and economic w \SIIlN(irON 


Progress of i 
Capital Club 
Strikes a Snag 


|g.oups whi.h do seek ciMl serv- j-,,,,,^ ,1^^^ created a bit .it a T. 
icP careers. RAcial compaii.sons ^,j,. |^^, ^^.j,^^. ^^.,^^,„ j, refused cut 
on the basis ot lof.al rH)pi41ation,,,, .^^j,,^-, j^.y,., -,. R,„van, depute and lefl a trail ot bio -d belund 


Tiiree '.ouivj men ■.-. cip ar- 
lesU'd last Krufa\ ahoul 1 a. til. 
and a,cn.-ed of sniashmL: the 
friint wuidev.s ."t the Kunin Kur- 
niiiirc C.I.. ITiiil .'^. Central ave- 
:1uc. w ith a h-ick and a tv ';e .if 
■ ■ell, rele wianp'id in iiew-- 

nape;-, and nakini; oil willi an 
'ssoninenv ot raihn- and a TV 
The Cosmo- .-et. _ 

oi ihcni. hii\- i'-,,-i. wei(* 
the la ,-'^ed windc'. :.;l.ass 


figures aren't realislu. tt I'l' 


>sislanl secretary of stale, was ihe.n 


ihe\ junipe'l 


Iciice 


LINKS AID RECALL^Mrs. Dorothy 
Rowland, left, treasurer of the Links, 
presents her organizations' $100 con- 
tribution to aid the 10th District Re- 


call Movement to Mrs. Geraldyne 
Scott Smith, the Recall Committee's 
assistant cdordinator. 

(Charles VVilliams) 


percenlage ot Negroes is to be ,.,kj„j, !^ „'e„. fo^k at its anli- 'iid ran jdo« n Mi Kiii'es •,. Kidv 
compared to that ol white i\ : - xj^jjj.f, pohey street. T^he trail snipped ni the 

sons the comparison ought to be ' ^,^^^y^ | members Monda\- re- rear of 71)2 h'. Kith sire I ^ 
made as between tfiember.s ol ^^j^.^^ ,].,^j henceforth e\clu- Police followed I'lp trad and 
the same economic and social ^.j^^^ becljuse of race is against were admitted to the Jioese by 
groups in Iwth races. Even u -^^ principles But there's a the father of Donald King, 23, 
that were done I suspect the ^,.j,pj^ j^ it-this twaddle about of that address. 
figures would be disparate, with p,.incipies jsn't binding on the When called, he <-ame csut )f 
Negroes holding a total numlx-r;^.]^^^.^ idmission' committee, the bathroom limping from a 
of jobs out of proportion to the After Rowan was blackballed, .fresh cut on his ankle. Police 
population. Ambassiidor to India J. Kenneth found a einslsior radio in bis 

CONSTITl'TIONAI, FKP r;albraith resigned. C^.albraith. bedroom, a portable TV and two 
Many Xe -rocs w ind up in civil had spon.sored ' Pres. Kennedy, other radios under the bed. i 

service because thev are e.\- who said be didn't w ant to be- Officers checked the Iiathroom 
eluded from positioivs in privatedong either. USIA Director- Ed-land tlieic Jound ^l.ee ^^-^^r^^^'^ 
industry. Through exerdon of|ward R. Murrow followed suit JThumas. 


of 11 1^ K .'"iPth 


|)olitical p<jwpr and pressureinnd withdrew his me.mbersliipjstreci. who said he 'didn'; Kntiw 
iContinued on Page i) 'applicaUon. »' I lOmtinued on Pa.ge U 


f . — .r?.«, ' . A « 


2— Th« California Eagle 


Thursday, Jan. }8, 1962 



Archie Moore 
To be Honored 
At Testimonial 


ucit'lit ( liaminnii of ihf> woihi, 
will lie c.lod at a testinu)ni;il 
ilinnor in his hunur iit be hold 
Friday. Frh \f,. in ttip Giniul 
.I'iillrcMini nf lh<' l'-'\c.-ly Ilillon 

]': ' ii'MlK'iil pel -un.ilil ;.'N m all 
fields Inmi ;ill ovfi- Ihe nalion 
will niiM't lo pay tnliiiii; in ihi- 
aL;olf>, w.Midcr of the Ihiwit; 

jwi.rld (or liK "MiiI>t;indiM',' c-.in- 
Ii'djiiiicn-; lo iiiank nd .-in a 
.spi'il-; h'.'urc. a^ a :.'nMt liiiniari- 
itari 111, an a :ii h a ^ ^ :i d o r nf 
'^o- d'Aill .and .1 ri'in n! tri'tmaid- 
uu< liii^inc'^s a. iiM'f:: 

I 0;i Ihi-.td-tcr (if sp''"'s' In !'<.'•'- 


BACK POKTKKS CAM)!!) AC V — 

Ministers shown above are a''iong lo- 
cal residents backing Atty. F]verettr 
M. Porter's candidacy for Congress 
from the 21st District. Seated from 
left: Rev. W. L. Robinson: Rev. J. H. 


Branham. campaign finance chair- 
man: Porter: and Rev. E. V. Hill, 
campaign manager. Standing: Revs. 
L. R. Bailey. A. A. Peters. N. J. Kirk- 
patrick of Long Beach, E. Burns and 
W. H. Wofford. .(Smith) 


Urban League 
Seeks Qualified 
Job Applicants 

Pia\Tc i:Vi;',.<!ry {< :i'''k'"i.- an 
iinusually hea\\ do.'i->id in: 
qualified \vo;rcn >:ono_;ra['!'( ' <. 
'-errptari'^^. i-a^h.'is and 1'!''^' 
iifferators .Ni^ >. laerc i - a i\v 
inynd ('ir .-ili l\ vc^ nf piv/iiitors 
accounta.ntv ;>,r!ti (iusini'<s :ra- 
rhinp (ipcT'a'"rs fnr num. the 
Uihan Lc:':u<' .•''<•.>'■-. 

Wornrn 'r.'.i-t r-i^ h h s 'i(>c.! 
.:;r,a(iilati^<. hav a ',y^' v.'.'^il-.v nf 
, iiiathfinri':. N. 'lO alV tn ■:■-'■ 
alnn.c y. nil pr"p!(', and !.:■ ■.■ II- 
:n£: to nr en' re- iv '^^li.'iiy 
Other disirai !e q.ialdu ::inn.-; 
are <;iK)d pf^-snnai appi'.'.r.Ti' I 
an flhility to count mnnp\ p^- 
curairly. a p''\-isant \'nh p !ni 
telpphone aid pp- --tiv! --pov-on 
I o.n\ t'l'.sation a:.d k'uod p;;arac- 
ipr. 

^rpn Sh-n'd -' 1 P .-n '^..-t :- 
'■'a> hpl<.ir. of :'."n p. li ■ ^.p''.!' of 
.^ripnr.e rolloce dpmcp tir it.s 
pquivalent, hp nf >.-iunl chaiac- 
ter and be v\illini; ;o av -p: re-, 
spon.'iibility. 


men-of-Tomorrow Meet 
Drafts Blueprint of Future 

In the rustic setting of Camp Hess Kramer, about 
nine miles north of Malibu. more than 100 members of 
the Men of Tomoi'ow attended a two-day conference Sat- 
urday and Sunday on "Problems and Prospects of the 
Negro in Los Angeles.", 


I',. 


nnlp speaker Dr. Hi 


man- 


N 


L^'ii '. dirpetnr 
• i,niun> Insiitntp 
. r.~ity. Nas!T\illp. 
Wliiip tlip u 
UM". ;■■.•■ s h. rv's':- 
-: iM the 
^i'.d there 
I .ar'nunl n! 


of thp l:-'ep 'hpr 
n-f Kisk fni- 'lira 
stated that. ki:i.: 


sa;d. 


has oniert;ed. hf»- 

,iiiint thp mtinn a tfrv. 
•( N'ecrn leadership, i^tjuri 


.' 1 I', 
iir,.r- 
'..i;c 
ier i:' 

' .t . a' 
■,oi-!.i. 


d is .u'a/in:: 

:. I f heart. 

r.-ntpr ef 

.s n. t a'l 

time |pf' 


al ip.tpllient. and more dai ane.. 


the 
•■IP 
im- 

tnr 


1 t.) |i;it its iin.ise in or- 


■Whil*^ 
needs stil 
Np.::ri> is 
li:ie,d St.) 
\wselv. ni 


re.isopahle penniinir 
I are inadequatp. .thp 
atiain:n_; a hiL'iiPr P"-[ 
us and if this -^ u^eil 


if th-- 


e\ils now 


\'.e a:p t-i hold thp nations prevalent may he rednced to a 




BKKAKFAST CUB HKLPS— Dr. H. 

C'.ailide Hudson, left, j) resident of 
Bi-oadway Federal Savmgs and Loan 
Ass'n who was principal speaker at. 
the first yearly meeting of the \Vo- 
menl's Sunday Morning Breakfast 
clulj. presents a check from the club 


to Dr. Leon Banks for the Sickle Cell 
Anemia Foundation. In center is Mrs. 
r.oidon Chavvnduka of Salisbury, 
."out hern Rhodesia, whose husband is 
■■I. Rockefeller Fellow r-tudving at 
rCLA. (Smith) . r 


25 Negro Bus 
Drivers Apply 
At Greyhound 

''T'.\Piit>-f)\e Np^roes 'have 
applipd for drivin<? jolis at Grey- 
hound 1(1 datp," said Richard 
Morri.s. .spokesman for the 
Teamsters Rank and File Com-, 
mittpp. SaturdaN', He said the 
company lnKiks are siiil open 
for pobitions ihat"^'il! be filled 

later this sprint;. 
, -The. hiK^t-^at Gre\ hound uere 
opened after a fi\e-\veek eam- 
paipn hv Ihp Te'amsters Com- 
mittpp CORP:. the N.\ACP. and 
:hp CnmmittPe for Rppresorila- 
live (;o\'t last fall. Picket lines 
.vere in.anned r.r.d Ipaflets were 
dis'rihutpri in frnnt of tiip fire\- 
hoiin;! doxvntown L.-i. terniii.al. 
It u as also ippi)r.tAi .'Saturday 
that L'niied Panel had hired 
Ni".:ro (ln\eis for tJip duration 
>f the Chns-'mas season, hut that 
'here uere nn,ni> so ei.iiployed at 
present. It was said that "Ne- 
■;ri>ps oil and \s a'sh thp trucks, 
.Mexicans load them from tlip 
docks, and \Nhites do all the 
Idfiviti;:." 

I The Tpa-Ti.stPrs O'lnimittee dis- 
' cussed pl.ms f.">r futurt- picketing 
land dis'ributinc of iliformation 
leaflets in frant of establish-' 
iinents - u-^inc the services of 
I'nitPd I'arcpl. 


.\sia and South .\rnpr- 
illips <jf Ihe western 


nnliii^ium as Nei^ro leadersliit 
as.^unlp.s creater responsiliih 
ties. ' 

Panel presentations and unrk- 


-ore Milk ('■. 
•. Wendell .1 
C."i:n:n,ander- 
n. t'..<. Na\\ 


>i tne '»•. ,ae 

:!![) in> . u 1 I he 

nns. ', f \\].,\; 

r>enni- I> Nel- 

iief of the 


Herbert Ward 
Elected to Head 
Machinist Body 

Ihil.iat C, W.iid. tru-tpp < 
lAM I1i.-?lal T..'7. v\as rlpcTpr: 
sl.itewnle iha:r:iiaii of the ?I:,i- 
( Inni^tsi Non-Parti^an Pniitica! 
I.n.a ■.u\ of C.dilorni.i iH Frcvno 
1.1^1 Saturday. 
Tiv- lra,'ue is tlm politn .al am'' 
' the lln'ernalinT- d .Xsvociati'M, 
Ml M.K^i.nists. .\F1.-CI0 in Cali- 

In'jlM 


fri. 


I. .\ 

r,i < 


.r.incii 

.an 
an 
Itv 


.Xrnied 
Ti'le\ .>;. vn 
aiilni.c of 
\n-ri ;ni.. 
Na\> <.d 
■i Ihe :,(.^ 
I I)ui->ta<:. 


Deliveries Stq/t 
at 6 A.M. 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

RE. 1 -1320 


iP 


MAKOINAI. 

As the s:.,tu-; vl the N'eero im- .shops were held on forces oper- I'ulilication 

p':)\.^?. he becomes more and atin:: outside the Neepo ccmimu- l|"f<p-> P.; 

■ray? a ' inartrinal n'.;in," de- nity that contrdniie tb a broad -'^'^i^ ' 

r';.:c 1 D. , Uir . '■an indiviiiaal rantje of soc;al and ecnnnm.c 

■,:■..) .^ en tiie eri . e of iv.o cul- dphililie-. ami nn foi ces oper- 

tiii-ps and !-.vo worlds which en- a tint; within the Nct,'ro eommu- 

nlilcs him to look in bjth direc-\nity that intensify and amplify 

tions at the .^ame time.' Thus.'thesc debilities, 

I PANKUSTS 

Panpl speakers included .At'y. 
l_^,rpn Miller, publisher of the P.i>l"r and meinl.ei- ..[ th.' Upst 
California i:.i-le uho spoke on p>'" Christian Ix-adcr.^hip Con 
revaiential se 'ree.iia-in ; Wesley 
Yi.'ii:'.:: Roller Lewis, of 1-432 Bra/ier. Leslie .Siiaw, Ho<iry 

W. Hih street, went into the 

bedrnoin of nis laliicr. .lacoi) 

I.e\'. ,>. .')!. an auto wrecker. 

.-'.hC)ui 7 .".!! a.m., last 'Hiursday 

to a-k for liin' h mmies. He 

fnui'.d ir^~ t.iiliej- lie-id. 


V,;ird 

hee.i .\ 


Found Dead in 
Bed by His Son 


■l:;t 
•he 

Zitl, spnris edilnr 

.\ni:elps Tines; M 

<p<.'r.ts editor nf llie !.< s .\nu;p- 

les Herald L.viminer: and Rev, 

y/V. Hill. Mt Zmn C'l-ir.h 


ferenee 



is enij,loyed at I.n, k- """"^"SlMi ^i> i^y ■ 

riiitrCo m r.uihink a- Hi;Ki5h:K'r t\.\i;i) 
1 ir. lihinist. In addition to l>e- 

tristee nf the district. ' he W/^^CP Will 


I' nor hoard .alternatp .and 
rm; 1 Con .'en tire dplPt:atP 


Macnish 
VL 

SCOTCH WHISKY 

Very Light. . . Very Luxurious 


-.■_■,-_■;:."•— J Blended & Bottled by Robert McNish S Co. ltd , Glasgow. Scott«4 
86 Proof'Wetoter InteVnatioul lmpcrU<UsAn£eles>Sole Aseott 


• •••••^^•••••••••••••••« •••*** ****** 


Meet Sunday 


\'. ai di Ii\es at \ti.,'> 5. ,siei I a 
C- n;ta jupriue. 


Tl-,e I n n n- :• ■ nUi,y :■:■•: iin • 

.ih.' NA \CP will fce held lllK • 

nd.i,N'. .Ian. L'l, nl 3 p.m. at 

I . .- _ .|jp I'.huia ii vf I':\i:iP Cilidancp, « 

' I Ap|-\' man who ohsi^r\es \i:;- of whuh the Rev. Clayton D. • 

il antiv find resoKes steadfastly Riisseil i.s pas! )r. • 

•-.a-nw > lull on^ci Misly into ^cni- 'I'lie ( hur h i^ inc r;U d at 1jT< * 

U-." rjdw.ird P.ulwer-Lyltnin.' .>. CiMnnmy jil.afp. , 

i _ _ . ^teeeeeeceeeeeseettavt************!* 



WHATS 
DOING 


7 • 


K. H. Quigley, your Telephone DisUict-Manager in Los Angeles, 


DON MAR CLEANERS 

WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT 


MIX 
SPEC 





SKIRTS 


SWEATERS 


T.aliierl 

. (;e 

nl ; 

•e Thomas 

, .lohn 

Rui:..;.-, 

I nir 

n.' 

) Tra> l<ir. AVilsiin 

Riles. 'Ihon- 

as 

.N'cusom and W'll- 

iK.m P- 

.one 




P. -.n 

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made 

,n\'a\ i: 

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IS ol n\er 

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m;init\- 

Ot !■ 

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n"d by ec 

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r.\ .V 

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cnts of ti 

p Far 

Ri.'ii!. 

r.i .'■ ' 

on 

ers •,.'-. ('' 

1 rpsi- 

■ lenK. 

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deii.nqnen, 

^- :in.d 

Clime : 

part 

ic. 

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•nv.ui- 

nity p 

rn,-r: 

:m 

s ■. f.iir p 

rnploy- 

ment , 

Did 

api :e",. iee-~lii 

) "~!n<H 

l;: a.nis; 

SOf-j 

al 

and ( ultur: 

d mal- 


adiiistnipiit and new bu-mess 
pndca\c):s. 

In sunMr.in-,: up tlie a. h.eve- 
ments i.f this initial eonlerencc 
of the .Men of Tfi;noiTow . tioard 
chairman, Notanan O. Rniivion. 
and pro'.;ram chairman, .tohn 
Husres. a:;reed th;it the or-Jani- 
/.ation considers this as Ihe first 
step in its determination to pro- 
vide for the N'ecTO community 
in Los .\n'.:eles the kind of d\- 
namic leadership that will re- 
sult' in the attainn^ent of fiist- 
cla.ss (itizenship. 


GENTS' & LADIES' 


PLAIN 
WOOL 

WHITES EXTRA 

CLEANED & PRESSED 

- THIS OFFER GOOD AT THESE 3 LOCATIONS - 

DON MAR CLEANERS 

1483 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. at NORMANDIE 

4800 W. WASHINGTON BLVD. at R!.V\PAU 

4630 W. ADAMS at WEST BLVD. 

FAST SERVICE • WE GIVE BLUE CHIP STAMPS 


Asthma Claims Life 
Of Eastside Man, 69 

I>aily Castile. 59, was found 
dead m his bed at I'JO W. -ITth 
street about 11 a.m. last Friday. 
Mr. Ci'-tle had suffered from an 
asthmatic condition for several 
Ncars and often slept in a fold- 
ini; chait, 

lbs son \aid that when he left 
for work aaout 7 a.m. his father 
appealed to he asleep. When 
Olivia M Ca'^le and her daueh- 
ter Frances returned horn** 
shortly after 11 a.m. they were 
unable to awaken him. 


for iron-clad protection. . . 



SAVE AT 
BANK OF 
AMERICA 


mail* rttOAL Sfpotn 


■ su»a%:i coiPOliriSB 


VICTOR CLOTHING CO 


214 SO. BROADWAY 


MA4-C801 



Dear FriendS: ^ j 

Buy your r :,.■ clot(-i..i cnid a:.eiciies f\,0\V duiirq 

our Biq Sale bf the Year and SAVE'! 

Pay cash or. as little as S3 a v.eek pays for $100 

worth cf clothes, shoes and accessories lor ^*cn and 

Boys of ail Aqes. 

Durinq the next 30 days: 

All S40 suits and top coats ^ .. $24.95 

All S50 suits and top coats .....-! $34.95 

All $60 suits and top coats $44.95 

All S70 suits and top ccfats $54.95 

Ail S80 suits and top coats $64.95 

All S90 suits and top coats , $74.95 

AH $100 suits and top coats v $84.95 

Buy any suit or top coat and qet a $15 sweater or 

a S15 Hat or a $15 pair of Trousers or a $15 pair of 

Shoes FREE! 

Now is the time to qet a new complete outfit and 

save. 

Leather Jackets — Leather Coats — Suede Jackets — 

Suede Coats — Car Coats — Rain Coats — Trench Coats — 

Sbioes — Shirts — Ties — Sox — Underwear — Belts — 

Suspenders —.Handkerchiefs — Tuxedos — Trousers — 

Sport Coats, .etc. [ 


CONTINENTAL ■ IVY LEAGUE HEADOUARTERS 

YOU NAME IT, WE HAVE IT! Bring in all your friends, i/ou 
get a gift for each one you send or bring in. 

We can fit you — Sizes up to 50. Everything for boys aqe 
2 to 22. See the new One, Two and Three button Continental 
suits — Ivy League- suits — Regular suits — All the new colors 
and styles. 

DRESS UP -, .- GO PLACES - - ENJOY LIFE in qood looking 
BRONSON clothes. Makers of Fine Colthes for over 40 years. 

If jt is new we have it! Watches for men, women and boys. 

Buy one suit and get $30 off the price of the 2nd suit 
durinq this SALE only! 

AMPLE FREE PARKING 

PARK FREE NEXT DOOR while you select your new clothes. 
A Union Crew to serve you better — We cater to you, and 
we do mean YOU! Come in in your working clothes. 




Store Hours: 9:30 to 6:00 
I Open Every Saturday Night Until 8:00 

1 

LEO S. FONXROW and STAFF AT 

THE ViaOR CLOTHING CO. 

We Cater to California Eagle Readers 
214 South Broadway — Downtown Los Angeles 



. < 


You wouldn't think so to 

look at it, bu.t your tele- 
phone is a really com- 
{jlex arrangcmpnt of 472 
separate precision parts. 
Spread out, they'd cover 
a desk top ! Yet teams of 
skilled people at Western 
Electric, manufacturer 
for the Bell System com- 
panies, can make a phone 
from scratch in just 
about 45 minutes. 

At Western Electric's 
main plant some 30,000 
telephones a day come 
off the assembly lines. 
This takes plenty of 
technical know-how. It 

al.=;o takes a constant search for new and more efficient 
processes, tools, and work methoda 

The result of this teamwork : keeping iip with Califor- 
nia's and the natijon's.fast-growing telephone needs with 
high quality products that help us ser\'e you better. "i 

* * • ♦ ♦ 

I've seen a number of ortl- 
cles lately on how to im- 
prove one's reading speed. 
Now that's something 
our Information opera- 
tors are very • interested 
in. So- they can give you 
quick, accurate informa- 
tion, they've tdken com- 
pany Rapid Reading 
courses, use special in- 
dexes and cross refer- 
ences. Three years ago," 
the average time spent 
on a request for a tele- 
phone number was thir- 
teen seconds longer than 
it is today. Learning to 
cut down the time it takes to give you theinformation ' 
you want has also made the job easier for our operators. 
This is another important way we have foTiind to help 
give you better telephone service. • 

• ♦ • * ♦ 

UnusMal uses for telephone books. One of the telephone com- 
pani'.'s received an order from a South American fruit 
company for 800 tele- 
phone books — Yellow 
Pages and all. Turn- 
ed out they were to 
bullet-proof a truck 
against bandits! 

It figures — when 
you need help, you'll 
find it fast in the Yel- 
low Pages ! 

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i?k ram- 

s Com- 

:P, and 

'resor-.ta- 
':et Vmoa 
1 rs v-.f.e 
:'" .-• ( ; .«si - 
r^-rminal. 
■'liurilay 

I hired 
i-iur^!!ii>n 

'lU! that 
ui.ypii at 
i::' ■■%>- 
■ trucks, 
: •>ni the 

ail the 

.;tep d.s- 

c^eiing 

•rmation 

-tahli^h- 

\\ ices of 


Ir.Scottantf 
oleAfieot* 


■ • • • • t 


Angeles* 


• • • • • 


'A 


balifor- 
Ids with 
Iter. 

t' 

of ortf. 

to im- 

f speed, 
fething 

opeira- 
lerested 
Bve you 
tforma- 
tn com- 
iading 
tial in- 

refer- 
rs ago, 
spent 
la tele- 
^s thir- 
?r than 
ning to 
lraa|ion 
rrators. 
p help 


lie com- 
fruit 



family of 6 in Dirty 
Apt. Face Hunger 


'Civil Rigiits 
Aid Promised 
By President 


\4an Admits 
He Got Gun 
To Kill Girl 

James Pierre. 41, of i54 \V. 

71st street, approached an of- 
ficer in the Hall of Justice last 

Thursday and said, "I read in 

the papers that I am 'armed and 

dar.^'erous.' I want tr> !;i\-e niy- 

seif >:p heca-.ise I dunt want to 

be -hit ■• 
The a-t,>ni<hr,! p,.li.-oni,an t«()k 

b: •] into inr-~!iidv. J 

I'ler.-e , s.'ii.d he liad ^ivx .in( 

loji'^d his ^11-] fruif,,! (;ii,.io Lr,. 

lewis, :;,"). I'r^p Ul,t.\ ti;'!i,ie, he- 

I ili~e she h.-^rrlicen ' l>i|.;;;in'-:'" 

1 m !..!■ aiiuui a _x,-;ir and ;! half. 

' I K''' tiroii of -4^ and b :u ;h' 1h" 

> in t ) take i .r.o ■.■' l;o.-. I went 

1 » Iicr jhon;e .-rid v..'.:vd fur her. 
'^ I.\ >IV \\ \V 
".^ho Was out w. .;h s.iine.mc 
else. When si.e t :r-.e an I shijt 

iter. She was ou: widi tliat other 

:,'uy, Arthur Sir- the :•. He soi 
in my wa.\-, s.:> I s:ial hiai ,1..n)." 
The sllfcH-:: t-r:,- j.-iace about 
M:3(J a,i?K on \\ eanesda >■. .Ir.r. 
v. at fa- I; ,:■ ,' ?,;:ss l.-'wi^' 
hou^e, id7 I-;. STiii s;;i.i:. .Mis^ 
L^wis was siiut m I:-p he.acl an(i 
killed as siia enured Ihe hou^f^ 
w |ih .<i i"l' ;,'•]•.- 

ArcoiaiinL; !o t'ae pohrr' i-e- 
port, tfip vdaif: \\>i.!',,it) iiad ieit 
her niothrr s iru-e ne\t d'lor 
and atten'pted to (-n^c: her cwn 
housW by the rear d'XT. ^he 
found it barricaded with a one- 
by-four and other oh, ects. .':;hei ,^ ,, , , o ,, ,. , ^ ^ , , ,, chddren w.-uld have a bedroom di^ciimination m emplovmeni 
called to Aaron Ald-rsey whoj (Continued from Page D nenceforth be made In tripli- ^.„,,i „.,j ^,^^-^ ,^ ^.^^p „^ ,j,g ^^^ 3,,, ,,hile be promis^^d further 

lived at the 915 E. 87th street themselves and eating separate- 'ih^r^e'commr^iorand'^o^he'^'"''"^ " '^'^-^ ^'^ "'^"- j ^^eutive action he did not say 

homt of her mother, to assist ,y ^ "^ |'^^ J"^^ Commission and to thoj ^^„ ,i,^ children would have 'whether or not he will issue an 

" ' KO DUPLICATE MESS T u is estimated that UBder the '" "'" !''"' ^f """''^ ^^, ^'^;^^Y^-^^'^^^ ^^^^^^ hanning dis- 

pn riecks and corn meal. Mrs. 'crimination in federally assisted ; 
Wilhiim said. She didn't have housing, i 

a dime and ber^husb.ind would rKKSIDKNT'S STATEMFNT 

iv>\ L'lM [Mid until -Monday. ! 'Hie presidet-.i's cimmcnl o: 
In a,li. •,..!, !,, the tnr.'O, Mr-s ,i;,|| iidrs fallows- 


Tliursdov, Jan. 13, 1962 


The C^^Iifornia Eagle— 3 


Four young children and two adults were found 
.^[ I Thursday to be living in unbelievable squalor in a one- 
~* 'bedroom apartment at 3777 S. Menlo avenue. Police, in- 
vestigating a report that the children had been v.'ithout 

fond for two days, foimd filth and disorder in every room 

c'f the pi. 1(0. The onl.v foo<i on 

Ihe 1)1 (.'niisrs u,is luo Ixjnf^V' 

c biaki';i n.a ks in the refriiier- 

al'M . ailil a IimIp n -ii ni^al. 
In the licdi ' I 1:11. officers t'iniid 

Al.'\a:id.r \\;IImi:m, ,',1, rollin; 

an 1 nM.iM.in.: in .1 dninken 

■v^upm , hill iin, half <iff of ,in 

III, leihb'v dii !v I..- i Chah"- 

wnc slri'\\ii ,('1 i,\iT the pl.ire 

with lii-[i>ts .Mid dirt piled h'^li 

in I' '^1 ^ a|Mn.:-wiih iilbrr Idter. 
While 1, Hirers weif exafnin- 

in.: the iinsuiitary i-Mmiiiiai.s W ASl !1M ; rt)\ Much l:.i.- 

pyvailin.: m tli.^ .Tp.iriment, |,r,.„ ,!■ ,„■ .aiid nuirli icniains 

Mis. ,Ie an t". \\ dliurii. -S, ri'- ,11 ,, , , 

:iiiiieil wiih ihiea I'l the (hil- 

d). n. l-.:iiMt. u; i'l, rre, S and '--•■^- I'!''-'len! .h.bn F. Ken- 

J-.el.\i.i. :>. n(ily t-'.-| thf nation in hiS an- 

^lie t,4l iheoffi.ers that she "" '' ■'^'■"'' '^ '"•'' ^"i:i'"i '"''s- 


n.t 1)1'. ai pui' 


up \Min smu- 


sa ,e to ('.tni:iess last wi 


SKJMFIC.ANT ROLF — Fire Cummi.-;.-i.-,Mcr Hi nri 
O'Bryant, wito played a .sigiiific.qnt x^'lv ui drawing 
Uj) the ni.AV deparlment i-ogulation.-;] is shnwn. li I'l., 
vv'ith Chief Wilii;ini Miller who lia.s i'lcdgrd that llic 
now policy will be enforced. i 

Fire Deph Sets Jan. 31 
As New Policy Deadline 

(Continued from Page H 


i.blions jar se\eii yc.irs, ' ^^'i'!'' 'b'' pKsidcnl did mr 

ib-- ha-, all 1 ,■ m p.- S..,i) a uerk 'i~' ''Vi-laM-n on his pioL-r.im. 

a:. I li..::i Ihs b„ im\s lhi> Mil! '>" ''i'' '''.I C.in.;ie-s 'ihat bilN 

i:.l l;.\.- tiia- Jlu I .r bii.d. 'lb.. ii.J.v pi-ndm ; hit \..a . . 

. aaiiiiilar. --h,. ;,ii.!. ■■|i,' .sjiriids ■■>■' aiijir. .pi lale inrlbods t'.i 

11 \'\a;a w III. Ii be 1 op.,siinies .--I ' ena In :an ;" i \il ri bis. He 

A,i% a.' lb- -M^jis Ivaii.;., .I'M"- I tbat.llie-.. bii:- "b i\.- iju: 

!• • .iHvi la ,.r 11 II a;, .ind iisi"! il- 'a. I S'lpp. 1 1 ' .ui.i ~,.iid ib.ii f.'.r, - 

. I.I ii>. .Ill b..> I 1. (• . .11 Itir t |.).ii ' a' ]\ e di p.ii liiii'iiK will i . iMiniriii 

l-.ii i"..i de.s, sa<' till ! nl:!- '" 'ii''ai :n hill cl.a,ii! 
1 I-, sbe bid • iKiai ilv ibiJ.liei: ' 'i'" ['H'sidciil [uaiMiI 'bi^ e .'. 

ii'.il had b.-eu linjkmK fur B pi.'.\ireiit cianaiiiue fir. tin 

.ii_'er ap.irlir.ei-t wlure tbt' '-^.'I'k it has done hi erailiiatin. 



•.Vr.VV AY liO.MF' lOll lOTIl ^ Mt.'^ 
Mrs. Jim ."^cfitt. nir-iiibc!' of the Special 
.\'!:vilit .-• e'oiiiiiulii (■ of thi' lOlh. Dis- 
tru-t Kiaall tiiiivink-iU. .show.s VVillie 
O'llcf. first Xogro number of the Na- 
tional Ice Hockey U'ague, one of .")()iX) 


"' It ,Li '. g maikd foi the RccalJ 
' oinbmiUeo'.s '.Stay at Home Tm." 
' lu- L.'.\. Hladis' star was wolqumed 
tn Los Angc4es by the Unity. Council 
Sunday ni a reception at the home of 

Mr. and Mrs. Celeste King III, 


her. 


W.\LKI>G BY 


According to" ?trothor. who - ^'""•'' ^^'^^ ^ those _ white first of these provisions nine 


lives at S!7 E. 87th street, he 
was w.ilkina; past tlvj house .-'.nd 
stoppe.d to .ho'n ?.'! ;s [.r-,- ;, , 
-Ald-v>ey. V'ca i^ -^ ;■ ■ ' " 
I.cw is cn'e-a\! tly; ]'■:■■■' ■ I 
-Mn-d >a a .• ,. O.',. . ■ 
-naaiier i.i 'bo a: -. b. ■ , 
.-.•.ruck ii''" !,■ ,a 1 I'i :*-• ■, ,: 
■■.I'lian. ;-aa .vb , •- . a 
'ne p.)l\ il \\i;iaO aa; i : - 1 . 
iier. 

I'ob. e --.I ' V. V. <- I \- 

Low IS r.;iii I I . - 
past, \i\\r .aid ;1: i? - :.■ aa i :: 
; w I ) a ~ - . ■ '.',..;' ■ . ' : ■ ' \ 
.11 c a ■ . la; s a _ i a.-* i .■ 


15-Yeor Bcttia With 
Heart Disscss Lest 


firemen who are unwilling to Ne^oes will be elevated b) act- 


'Buy Where You Can 
Work' Campaign Grows 


j.jin an integrated moss wiio mj 
lib bo treated as unto'icliabbs 
ii^ >■ V. ai h'uo ;•) c.iok for til :.a 

a'--. '-, an i ca; i'v ih-ar- a' -> 


I aiitam. . 
"I'r.e sei.ind laiaacc in ru'e-- 
. as .1 '■ .•,)■;■ i t.i a'.ala' ii: a la •' 


\' 


\ .n,. 


si:av|s t 


p 


'lb 
( 


\M'!| 


., .„,,. I . 

a-la-. laa: 


:3'^s Ores. 


S' <!• 


f' v' J 1 3 


^§ ^ 


?P 


IGiH District 


NAACPGcts , 
$42,000 from 
Angefeno's Will 

sep.^tiyo buying campai.gn against Lucky Lagor'.ar.^o'^uminJ 1o "al^pr^xima^elv 
tcibn wc'rC ns the California Xcgro Business- '■■•-'.(tab m, sim-ks. boijids and 
•\- ib ■ ■;■ ' a "I'on't liuy Lucky" moiorcHde ■ - I'v. .-■ '.ar -...aiired ihi- w..ek 
ii I':'- [.--■ -I Sail'. C.imj''Lon r.nd Wat's Saiiiida\' '■ h- '^ w , a '-. e-.a, ai.v.. s.c-' 

■ '.. ■,;,•■■ NA.Ni ■;b ' 


By ROBERT FARREIX 


d li 


a \ 


SO 3 ''<?)''?' ^n-'* Knn-, 


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■ .' ' " 

. l!'.a- 


b .m- 

.?'■'■ 

■. la- 


Jar\ -s Ti akb'i. 
at l^.b2 K. a3;d s 
his bad Tbnrf- ■.- 
.■■ ndraaT •.'. iiicii iir 
f r la \ea,a. 


, ;. , a, f.a (V"T"I\S i' s ;■;) s .5 ill.' ; 

1 in 1 .\-:-" .■ r. 1 .-.I o.-a- .-. d !■ 
a ''^ar: :•> s' •■aa,. r.'.\;tics c' .idiic' ' 
endure 1 n l," '^ uM^: :- br. n'lses 
■■ i;di! : tile faiabbf^s (,: ihe ba' 


:i .:■■■■■ ., i ,,• \\. .a, . 
\'a 1 ■ • U: .b-'. I; . 

•a < a-d Cb.a: ii-- D n 


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He was i'. 
i-;e- .-■:.- Pi a a' 
•ticer.s 'b,a: s 


d by a nei dd'or P'' 
..:.. : : 1 ]-:\vc '.:- b'' 
nai.. ad ii:a; j\ :n.: ''■'''■ 


'.en' r.- I" 


1:1 b- d an \V. ia-.- 
b.e apr> irtaid;. lia :" :•. l 1 ' .a a U- 
his piasit.i n . ;i Tnu! ^bay siio 
sunimaiie.,! \'.':'.:\ 

Police saal Fiankia; !iad Ijeen 
dead about 21 h ■• ,. '. ' 1^ .-ir- 
Mved by J.,!in i ■ ■ ' ;" Jbj 

W. e.stii street. 


d tai I';.' ( 11- 
;.■. r- af die tb:pai lir.'ai'. m I'lo .'■ 
e I ' da' ■ .''"." >ah'ea: ta ;e.,'i- 
ai a-' b r:'.u- ' h" .ca; . led or. 

:. All : :. a/a'^ . : 'iia .! ■]■ ai- ■ 

a ■■;a"\:ba.a a . "b • -t-'r- i 

a. r.i ap.ira.' : e, ci .ikina' an.d a' 

vai: of lau 1 or c . . a s.aib 
'.'. a.a.lr:". .1 f~ ;ri --ila'n ll-e .as -; 

b)"arv ai-raa '.'- a 
A: "I- b, 1 dale .' 


mea s e\; 


UfsDbIt 
THOSE C0Tt6Ki6'ft 
LIQUORS 

Wc$fem Av«. •♦ 35th Mat* 
RE l.li20 


man 1 a' in . • < a:s ■, .• . •' i.n' 
.Tiess li.:-; b; ■•:! ili ■■ i!.:r."d 
"shall at b;nie ini'ute a n.in- 
e.Nc'Uiionary mess and siiall 
have the eon'inuin': resp- nsi- 


■■ lb'- 


-t. 


: ■• ;;a- lb A. 11. Ha;i: .id ib..- k 

i"~. ''■"■■'•"''''►■•• ''"^'"'^i'' ■'' 11. at ;., ,i,,a.i ea,rli\-ne ,- 

IT till- laai li..:i.,- lloa dj He .,,,,,,„,; , ,„ .-.H Kr.l,-,;.| .a-oa, a\ 
^"■' i'' a-is'i-.i b> lae i;e\ ..,-.1 , , .ni'.a '. i - Tbe \b.aMbe.. - 
'■'■'''' ' .-'.a: neu!., pasa.i- nl ,!,.,■,;■- , ..niir.it'ae liius i i eatcd, 
r.,;bad A.Ml.. \Kh., wdl preside. ,,,,,, ,|.„.,, „,,,, a^ in.bidaa.- di ■ ' 
n.\idi-d b> liie \,,iin;ar\ ' pi.iiis- f, r' pmcress'' 
.<oudiern.,,p,,,i, , ..n .p,.„„T, ,,• ,h,p' 
1 lUiiiil- ,..,;n;;-.\. all- ;i,ave\in.^ .i qiiial 
I'U! sliikina su( 1 ess m njlenin;"', 
(iiciKi^.. fr.-ai the r.e\. Is.i- „|, ,,, ,.,|| ,..,, ,,^ „. w priilevMnn.il. 1 
I'..-. Ibe iiii'. f .a.id '■' ■"'''ba 1 .an. I -Ib.e \'j-\. K'-Wy su'xMAa-ni .\' .and other j..o .ip- 
P. ,aas .jub-v of ailei- '^' .^' "'" ''"^ lespi.nded In b\ 
ai, .,,, , f'5rr;- ij -tir b- '*'>■'■ I'.'i Hoibia-. one i'l the urii;- 
lal s.L'neis J 


^^ ^ Ee wis m ^' 


5 /^ P ^ I ^^3J^%£S?^ 


'1 a 1 . .:r.ia e 
1 II ar,- > jUii 


.' •■■ i 11 i\'.., . .a:,; 

rei: -• I-.- b 
I !aat 1;, .•,.,! ;,!,,. ,.• 
■bs .b. -ai b.ib-i r.o ..■ 
'■ '. a '- ba .a. : 1 -' aa • '.- 

' ..::,. -1- :•• \\ I'dl : ■ 

I' n of c\. I s-i ,p ii..a,|. 


>bi- .c W ill 11' 

Hrbiel (;.. ail .\Mi: 

' i!^--!! n. I ;. ii.ipli-' , 
a 1 ^'.ah. .b,i , b,,,i , 

il ceti 
ah .sri; 


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LEARN A TRADE 
IN 2 '2 TO 6 WEEKS 

Electronic Ass3rr.:;lers 

Grocery Checkers 

Cashiers — Clerks 

PBX Receptionisis 

IBM Key Punch 
Offset Printers (3 to 6 mca 
Day & Eve. Class— E2 Ter.aa; 
TRAIN NOW - PAY lATEP. 

Many local Opsnirgs 
FREE PLACEMENT SERViCE 

WEST COAST 

TRADE SCHOOLS 

8805 S. VVESTERN 

PL 3 3251 


[xa lumiies. 

- r.ui there Is inu. h mare li be-. 

I the load mstiu- ,i,,„p !,y tfi,.- |.M.,aili\e. by Ilia 

ra M -a ■■ a- Hi'^ liiina .>! the c;..'ir;s. ;.nd by lb.- (•.in,aa..>. 

•■■' I a'ai' n. \., ,p ■ ;|,,. i,|i|,; i,,,^,. p, .,,iip.. |,(.. 

i lu- ib\. ...i.n V. r>.i:.- •;; air !i,: ,. y m. ,,n which the e\ei uiivr 

:"b" 'a;- V • I.n a la'ai < auii! '' ''' --'^in.e a/a the r..:nmun:i> diiurlm. n:s_ -u ill (.,mincnt la 

f drii]^kenn<--s ■ >'ake m tlip re-adl efbirl. The detail, .an- .-ippnipi i ite mctjio l~ 

I>ina!d v., as f.nind -cuihy of mvixaiiion udl be rendered by\,f strenirlhenin^' these basua 

, .Tuu- drunk and of one cunt ''"^ ''f'-'- Herbert Vates of ■,.i._;hts Wt>.ch liave our lull ■ sup- 1 

'"''!.^ (?'"„ ! .i.,'^!l".'r."f"L'"„."' "f h'^"''0•. On the other battery I-ei.;hton Presbylerian Church. p„,t. The ri-ht to vole, for cx- 

ount find on rii-turbinr: •! ■'■'■ - - '-- ample, should no longer be ar- 

"^arn he uas found rot ea. lua AptS. Avollablo bitranly denied tbrou'-;h >uijil 


lad IT.'- I ouni I'f 
sr. .nb ...aai .,f 

vl'i. i,| bie ,-i;. 

'ir.d 11. a _aiib\ 
I.n a la' ai < auiil 


'uch nun-e-a I'jiLan.-iry mes.s. 
Tiiee shall be only on* oriaan- 
ized mess at each incal-tiin" 
any two or more mdi- 


md 


"he \:-v split i,;i the charge o,' 
I'ei.ciaa,; uah an off .er. 


Lav/ Enforcement 
Bias Critized 

'b'' - :^' aa -K.aa'a.a- 
..-il'-e rS tba Venice-.Ma 


viduals malanij mes.s arianu'e- 
aien's in comman shall < ansti- 
;u!e th-:t o.-aani/e.l iiip-.s." 
Kl LKS (HAN(.KS 

3. Ail as.-i'=;nnK'nis of b,.' i- 
I'.ci loikcis sh.all ia- made mi. 
:ni' l^asis of seni,'rib\'. 

In adiiition. tee (••mm:s.-iaa '■'""'"• -ai!;|,u C la'b.nalii 
al-o .approved i ii.in'.;es in bie lal at i!s;Uan. 11 nie. i a _■ e\ 
lUies and rei^ulaiioa..^ u.^i rcn.; i'-'' ■ ' I'- '-'r'e.a c-.a. en la.r' ib 
ti'.e department nr.ivib.in;; that t.at problem v.aich o.ctir;-.: 
.T.-;:,iiinmcn;s for relief riasitions rarendy i.a 'tbe \'(aiire loinma- 
are to be made from civil ser\- nity T.ii, nffirmeri it> convu- 
. e lists until tiie eii:;ibi!ity ban tiiat d: ■ laws protcctina hfr 

'at- iT'.ip t^if^n'T n\ai'iii.*ra. in.l in. I T.'iiri, i.a\.' inii.l Ko otiC iT'i'f 

t 1)1, r'r f^^iibiiPli's iti)i\li--- 


iniquitous l'>c;d de\ices as liier-i 

Sjii.id families uiih low in- .ic.v tests and poll ta.\es. .-Vs uei 

a. .me iii.i.\ find spai mus (^ne .ajipro.K h the lUUlh annivers.ar.\ i 

> md U\ o ix'dr.H.in apart. iienl> .it ■ ■] tbe laiii.ancipation ]'ro( l,am;i-| 

'jiiIn Jbi\\ 1 I'l affoid ,it Wd- lion, let the m t> of cvei s br.anc h j 

o'l Meal IbiiifN. i;;o'l N Car- of eoveiivnent ;ind evei>- (ita. 

(■,,;7i. ba.d ."^i . ,1-1 oil \. Main st/"i'et. /en [Kirlra.\' "die larhleousne.vs 

Vist.i bie 1! ii^iru; .\ii1lioi.'y ie|>..rl^. Ihat exaltelb a n.ilion." 

( "o'lll 


h%m'S CL07Hg^^G STOCK 

^ AT SAVB^:G5 UP TO 70% 

ALI, @m §Mi!! 

FSNAL REDUCTIONS 

We must sell this tremendous stock of domestic and imported 
men's clothing and haberdashery at give away prices. 

Open Every Night Ytl 9, Sunday 10 to 5:30 

Choose from thousands of garments . . . domestic and i.mportad fabrics. All woo! 
worsteds, gabardines, sharks'kins, ficnnels, wool and" mohair, dacron polyester ond 
wool, wool and s.ik mxtcres, twesds. CONVENTIONAL, CONSERVATIVE end CONTI- 
NENTAL MODELS. Regulars, shorts, longs, stouts, long-stouls and sriort-stouts. Sizes 36 
to 60 OPEN'THIS SUNDAY 'lO to 5:30. 


^j > i'^jti: <. 




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CONNER-JOHNSON 
CO., INC." BURIAL 
NSURANCE PLAN 

INSURING TO 
80 YEARS 

Phone Now ... 

AD. 4-9025 

WILL NOT PAY BILLS 


CHAS. PATHRSON 

MRS. S. P. JOHNSOr/ 

PRESIDENT 

i' 


\ OTHER FORMS OF 

\ LIFE INSURANCE AVAILABLE 

4700 SO. AVALON BLVD. 


# '«*s,«iia" 


ED GAITHER SEZ: 

"Today You Can Buy . . . 

the Low, Easy Bank Way at 

MANSION HOUSE 

3601 SO. VERMONT RE 1-2379 

Open Daily: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $50-$55 


NOW 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $75 
NOW 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $95-$nO 
NOW 


NONE HIGHER 



J t \ 


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ALL THAT IS NEWEST IN DESIGN it evidenl in this elegant 
group that features graceful curved lines of Gleanring Brass 
and Deft Filigree Details, accentuated with Gii^ering Multi- 
colored Jewels at the MANSION HOUSE, 3601 South Vermont 
Avenue. 

BUY IT TODAY . . . ENJOY IT IN EVERY WAY! 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE KOUSE 

Reg. $125-$135 
NOW 


Any Sport Coct 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $25-$30 

NOW ^10 

Any Reg. 
$45-$50-$60 

NOW .fisV 

NONS HIGHER 


o SUITS 
TOPCOATS 

From Regular Stock 

NOW ONLY 

'10 


ANY 
SLACKS 

In fhs HousR 

Reg. SlOSn.50 

NOW 

^5 

Any Sport 
SHIRT 

In the tlouse 

Value to SS.95 

NOW 

n.89 


$4.50 
ARROW 
SHIRTS 

Inc!. Wtiro 

^1.89 


SHIRTS 


$6.95 KNIT 
Sportshirts 

NOW 

^ZA9 


3.95 VALUE 

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4"The California Eagle 


Thursday, Jan. IS, 1962 



Earl Grant Tdks of 
TV and Delinquency 


California Eagle 

Loren Miller, Publ'tsher 

The California Eagle -stands for complete integration of Neqrce*. 
into every phase of American life through the democratic processes. 

We favor: 

1 . FEPC on local, state and national levels 

2. Decent hocusing for all Americans. * 

3. Representation in Government. 

4. Adequate old age pensions and social s'^cu-rity. 

5. Collective baraaining rights for all wori<m6n. 

6. Development and encouragement of Negro business 

We oppose: ^ 

1 . Jim Crow in all forms. 

2. Communists and all other enemies of derfi3cracy. | 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR OVEK 81 YEA5S 
2101 West Vernon, Corner of Van Ness AXir.inster 5 3 135 


Just Who Won 

tinct S('rvirr fur t'no people of Ihi.s 
>late la.st week when lie pdinted ouf 
the manner in which .school text 
book.s arc slanted toward the, south- 
ern view of the Cinl War. 

He called attention to ojie te.xt 
book in which Robert PI Lee gets 
more space than George Washing- 
ton or AlDrahani Lmcoln. No matter 
what di.stinction Lee. merits as a 
soldier or a genera! — and there is 
gro.~s e.xaggetation in that resiiect 
—the hard fact remains that he lent 
hi.s .services and talents to a rebel- 
lion that grr'vy out of the attempt to 
preservp and maintitin slaverv. 
. What .Ml. Cnljex- d!dii*t say', p.-'- 
haps b'xaifc h(^ didn't have tw.v:. 
IS thai Iter's opposite nnmbt r. Cfu 
r>ral I'.S. Hiant, gets no spccializfd 
mention in ilie t^'xt book which. 
glorifies "Lee ,ib()ve War4iington and 
Lincoln. Aflri- all. the hi.storical t.-ict 
i3 that (J:--! did f-"i!ly ove:' )m' 
Lee. 


the V/ar? 

T!'e !■ Xi ijiH.k s.om.-- .~>el.lli'l 
Ciiaik's Suniiv r .md ( 'migrc s^Triaii 
Thaddeiis ."^tev' iis, the chief archi- 
lects of the Civil War- Ainendiiients 
upon v.hich all Americans, white 
And Negro. dejK'nd so heavily fur 
[jreservation of their civil liberti(>s. 
IS well as civil rights. The student 
gets the impres.sion that the.se twn 
great Americans were ini'ompc-ients 
if best and e\-il ni-'ii at worst. 

It i.- t;"s .kiiid o\ ■I'di'catiiiii 

>.vhich ,:< i..'Mn.-:b'" for- thv la'-t - 

'tiat. ;■ - fi '.iiv.! bv a icL. u sui\f\-. 

\nv »-i';;iis v-rn p;i\.- he'd the beiii'- 

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The State of the Union 


President Kennedy'.- state-ment uf 
civil rights in his .State of the Union 
addi-ess was fine rs far as it went. 

He was correct m pointing out 
that his administration has taken 
forthright .steps at' e-:ei-utive and 
administrative le\-cis in trying to 
eliminate old and well established 
di.sci'iminatio'n. 

The mes.sage sTemed to .-ay that 
the administration will move for- 
ward on the legislative level — its 
most significanf failure thus far. Al- 
though the president diti not specify 
what legislatiot^' will be sought he 
;lid say that "among the bills now 
[tending . . . are appropriate meth- 
ods" of sti;;engthening basic rights. 

We hope that the pi-esident will 
seize an early opportunity to throw 
the full weight of the administra- 
tion behind legislative proposals 
that propose hard nosed remedies 
but we cannot escape the conclusion 
that no legislative {trogram can win 


-.- tlh till- 

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S'tiau'T";;;! a'ipro\'al r: 
buster- nil"- of tiu- 
tackled herd • n. 

■We also h ■. c that l!;.' niesidi'iit's 
praise of the go^id wo' '; which he 
says has been done by the CMial oi- 
fioitiini'y coi7Tmitie-,' foseshadows 
his i.ssuance of ;in cX' : utive or'dei 
banning d'sci !minat;on bv those 
uho avail, thenistMve.s of tiie bene- 
fits of federal housing legislation. 

We have thr im(-a.>\- fi cling that 
'he administration still cl.ngs to tlie 
■ orlorn hope that it can a[ipeasc tiu- 
.>outh b\- playing iIoaii a civil rights 
pi-ogram and keep its hold on Neg- 
ro voters b\' assuring them that 
changes are ii;sf around the corner. 

Sooner pr later the administration 
mu.st meet the prciblem head-on. 
Race r-elations are at a i-risis in the 
nation and t'nat cri.-is will not dis- 
appear or ju.-t go awa.y. It must 
be re.solved. Resolution cannot be 
found thruugh evasion, or- tempor- 
izing. 


Fire Department Orders 


The Board of P'ire Cohimission- 
rrs moved toward a definitive con- 
clusion of the long controversy over 
racial discrimination in its depart- 
ment last week when it adopted 
I'ules concerning eating facilities, 
the u.se of beds, lockers and other 
city proj'nty in stacion houses, and 
clarified seniority rules. 

The Riard did what the law re- 
f|uii es. I; ordered an end to sejwrate 
messes for-- white and Negro fire- 
men, it df (ireed that beds and lock- 
ers sKould Be assigned on a seniority 
basis, and it ruled that assignments 
must also be made in the order of 
seniortty. 

The.se are sensible rules arid Corn- 
mission intervention would not 
have been necessary except for the 
fact that the officer corps at the 
stations followed contrary practices 


in order' to hang on to the vestigr.-, 
of racial .scgi-egation. 

.■\s a .s.afegiiard, the Comnu.ssion 
also recnired that complaints about 
racial di.scrimination must be sub- 
mitted in ti-iplirate with one c(jpy 
going diri rtly to it. 

We hope that the ('ommission's 
latest action will; put an end to all 
segregatory and discriminatory 
practices in th.e dejiaitment. That*it 
lias b(fn [)lagucd with them for so 
long a time has been due to timidity 
of the Commission and to its fail- 
ure to take forthright steps. 

If the new rules arc enforced it 
won't be long until the firemen 
adapt- themselves to the require- 
ments. In a remarkably short time 
they will learn that there was no 
substance to the fears and hysteria 
that gripped them when the 
NAACP demanded an end to -racial 
segregation in their department. 


Make Figures Public 


Wp believe that the Board of Su- 
pervisors made a mistake when it 
I'-fusrd to make public the figures 
fi'garding the number of Negroes 
anlj the capacities in which they 
-ei\e in the sixteen county depart- 
ments in which an investigation 
cf)mmittee found evidences of racial 
discrimination. 

Some of the departments in- 
vo'yt'd. notably the county counsers 
office, draws a hard and fast color 
line and employ no Negroes in any 
caracity. 'Other departments employ 
Negroes at iion-professional levels 
while others clog up their promo- 
tional systefns with devices calcu- 
latf^-ci to keep non-whites in subordi- 
nate positions. 

We believe that the people of the 
County are entitled to the full in- 


formation ?'■> that tivy ran make 
heir own judgments as to the dr- 
gree of culiiability of th^ir public 
servants. 

More than that, ti'c publication 
^f the faits and figuns wouldi of fer 
1 basis for a judgment as to the 
speed and alacrity with which the 
department heads heed the oi-der of 
the supervisors to remedy condi- 
tions. 

There is no virtue in holding 
back information made available to 
the supervisors. The [x-onle have 
the same right to that information 
as their elective officials. 

We believe that public disclosure 
will aid the Board in reaching its 
objective of ab.«o!ute fairness in a'l 
rountv employmen' bc^.-iiise 't 
would focus at'^'^ntion on the offend- 
ing departments. 


Congo's Gizenga Placed 
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l-;.'ii I) .1 .' .('.Ill, ine.iinvllile. , ..i.T'ni'il 

, , . .\i ihi-i u I ll III.' 1 v.w I iini.ii' " 

h.id ajip l'enll\ p.i--i'il U'e nei' . ,'.,,,„ i „• 

, , ,, , 1 1 1 ill I he .-'He lliiiiiii' C 'imp liii 

h'lle mil ,11 111 I ll ."lid Ida , , i i 

\i. n, and -iiiin in he lelea.-eii 


i-te -••"1. ,i..'.\.".e ' 'Hi! n^W' ..n- 
1 Ill-Kill- li.'e e I.eiii diawn .is lo 
w li"ilinn '-: ii'ii - ,,11 ehai ces 
ncin iii-n;ied. He e\pro^>ed 
ini. \ii--,\- ih.ii 'lie .iniiHii'.i'; 11" 
n,,i -ecm 1(1 ii,-i\ e i n,i, hed an'v 
■ " Jii-ai iii,',uniii4'in ,ind added 
ih I' pii--'ihl.\ vvn-n '.vi- :ii'v'-l\ed 
'.■. IS ihal llir 'j.i: ,n;e had mil e<- 
I ihlislind eix'd [ll ,11 lines in ihp 
ke.-inii'.-. (if lei.ii.i- 

Ihe F;anlr '' i- il-e ii'Nil 'lied 
ih.ii a' Ce'iti ill, I nii\er-ii\' and 
TT'h'^neii I"ii\ i-ii'i'-, \si'eri> the 
dep.nimeiil h:i- !'< ivv\n iir.-_ 
pi.iindjnu '-.'11 1 e-. Ml orris m- 
lii'i ,iie ih,<' iin,\ livHii line per 
(■("11 li ihe vehnies .me eliai.ue'. 
nun 1' ih.Hi ihe n,i- n <;S fee. 


osmosis that lakes place the 
instant two people become par- 
ents. At that point they .sudden- 
]>• beeomp ■all-knouinc: in the 
\\a,\s of brin,ein'.i up and Kuidini: 
and leaeliinc; and inspiring chil- 
dren. We ttiink only of tpaeliint; 
children \Uieii artuall.v ue (.-aw 
and should learn from eliildren. 
Moi.KNf K i.v i.iff; 

("hiliineii are. T lliink. a LVimi 
deal more in'elli'jenl, -eii-ilile, 
anafMii .ll .md iiiidni.-l.indini; 
than we c;i\c iheni ,-iedil lor 
bein'.n If Mere, is' violem (\ im 
ti'lev isiiin, lijiere ai-o is Molfnue 
m life, ll is ;ii\' 'ji'.i'.XiiiL' sii— 
pi' lull 'n.il niu.si ( hildi en rnt 
linlv lyidei stand tin- hut ajJIiie- 
ei.ile liie -iijjlle dlflenence lie- 
tween •.liuMelhiK' aivi leahiv. 

i.^lii'.ikini; 111 -llii ytnlhil/, p..,..' 
n,.aii\ of 11-. .1- \ .iirn'.'s'er- u-- ,1 

In he i-h;]l,',l ami Ijn lilc't-lli ihe 

iii.iii'ox'i h\' soirie uhnie or iiei.'l'i- 
liKi' 111' 1- 1 up ciiun-rl. .'■ s'.Hih an 
.•(l.-oliile .■niiiiis i(ir leHin.L', ;.;llii-l 
-loiie- ,' I 

ll 's noi e,i- \ lo I oinvnunii aie 
w nil I liHiii I'll, ,-niipl\ ll. -. iij-,e 
Pill- i I ■' n- as .11 lull- .1. ,' 1. ,,) 
in,ni,:.-|i I' <.i,ii .i-V ,.,.i 

■ I iiuii',-!- i.ii ii'i-.i' il ■, ..'i . 1' ■'■. 
!"-(• inn I n-i . Chil.il .'II, 1, 1 liiiii,. 
>''i'i''ni/e ,in>l i;niic'i'-i,iii.i. m- 
-1111, ii'.ei\', \-\ h.ii I- I; nn a: i 
v^ hat 'i- nut ij ui>. '! h. > ai e i.nl 
(.imeint'ii unh Tiii lon.ili/inL; 
.-md- pii-iii.; 1)1-!, -'llie ihev (i'lii'.l 

ki;.i\\ n-il'ir ihn-n tllllll'-; H' ". 

The.', -nnplv iei.i^'ni;-e mem as 
belli.; mil I lie. 

I.N SAMK KKF, \II1 

Is :l ia ; , ol 6W'ii iniclil'ueilf, 
■i) poml InP finiier at tele\ision 
and ei',y out, '' l'ple,vi>ion is full 
of violein p and horror and is 
b.id lor our eiiddren','" 

.Unenile delinqueni y and tele- 
vi'^ion aie too o'len meniioned 
in the s.iir.e fireaih. I am tre- 
iiLientl.x ,'i-ke(i vsiia' t lilii.k 
ail I'ii III-, (iiile ili-i innu,'n,i-\- i.e- 
I lU-e i '\ ,'1--. I',ii-ei| .,11 Kansii"- 

( 'ii\ I'll,-' .ihi .'11 in 'he rnKldle of- 
PeiKiei :;.i-i . In.. . ami iii:- ap- 
[iiienil.v il iki- Pie an, r-sp, ;t 
1,11 ilie' -uiiini-i. 1 am n.ii an 
I \yiiA 1. I ii..ii 1 e, I'll kiiii'.'. th.ii 
1 am \',i ■'.■:•'[' ■• m.-d. 

I-;.,' ; ' '.ii-i,ir,i!y !i(','i- 't,e 
\\ 111 li " .:,m, " ,-n , i n 111- il' . ' line 
.1 ill, ' '. •'. 11 .1 1 '.a- ,' ■•,,-.-n,;hnr 
ii! .1 u,"!.: m i\''l,-.'i- (']'>■ -' a 

-.:,in. .'' Kills , ;,- .1 I.) -jei i... 
_i-ih.-i 1,1 mti'mc':, e ;\, , ,1-- III 
■'-iiei' 'iii-ri-' n..i-. ,1 -.111-- 'li k-ln- 
.■,|ii.r n- .1 -1. |i- ... ,,: m -I 1!', 
\', 1 1! , , !_■ I! I " '■,- jian .;i>n_ . .-n ; i.i 
I he 1 ' 11 li'.i- . .;" iiiei' inuii' h- 
! i-al i.iunn kid-. T- ida.v '.v e i, ,;, 
iliei-,1 iij\ernJe deliii'junii' - ! ■ 
,M.\' .on. !>■ ponu .s ih.ii n./ 'ail 
kids .u'e MiveiiiJe dehiiCiy.'ii'-, 
il'ii aiJ U'l'ii;- .-n'l' e\ \l. ;;■ n all 
ii-!i'\ i-iuii I- -.1 i.'i.; m i'liMii n I'll 

.'I '1 eillni liiliei -, ie'is' o! .d; 'his 
11. le dvv i-xpe' '.- i iiu 'lie -tihiecl. 


Congress Gets 
Rights Views 


u Diiiimi' ll 


n P 


Letters to the Editor 


I l"U-i.i.i. \' no -.lunii'i I'd <i!l 


.| 1 .111! piaviii'.: 


iliiun 'll ine i..rner pun '"' I'.'""'' ''' 

When hn ii'li/ed uhi. hid '"■" .M"' "■"' -^ ■ P''l"''- ^^'" 

h 1 p peiied , lleimbueiher i.- I'l'IP ""' ■" "'-^ ""''' 

ii!<'\ I'd V', li,i' iv» - let I of his P'l-- 1 .iiii -er\ III m i '■^ m.iiilh -eii- 

-e -iLii.^ and i in in 'iie -ame tcn.i c tun fni^iix. aiid/mii-l ai-o 

|i,,l), I . iii ihe p.iliii', -el\e IS nioillhs nil pain'e. 1 

Ida, 1- (Hill k '.MlP^d a- her i-nliul lie i elea-ed on paiule uii- 

Iriend. vvlnii -he <au lleini- nl I li'i\e uhlained :Miiiliil eiii- 

liiiei-her .-nil I Ih.' i .de. snijvped pluvmeiil .\- part of a P'U'iIe 

ih.i lelephune 'A in [(luL-r.im 1 .iin .-ei'kini; emplov- 

1,1,1, Pi II n.ii a .:ind W il-mi. n"'iit. 

!'■ -''■■'■- "■'■"■ I>iik'''l 111' I'v ^,,. ^i.-iii x,,ii"iii'lp nie ai this 

[iiihi-e three li i.\- liefoie fhri-l- j.^^^^, ^^^. ,._;, ^,„,,„ ,„„, „i„, v.iU 

mi- .mil thev^ ueie tiled .-il „,^,. ■.,„. 7, i,,,,- j am a uillinc; 

Dec. ■::. Thni.. uas no ,nm.-a- -^^_|^^._. ^^ ,^,, ,,,„,„^ _.,„,^. ,^„,, 

nun ,,: ulKit hnl happnned ,„ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^.,^^,^ _^^ ^,,.,^^,,, , ,^^;^ ,, 

' served most 111 my sentence at 

the Jlonor ("imp h.-c piitlimr 
(111 /nrest fires, and liiuc been 


Smlxlei, prisoner. 
If k(Ml enii put PI 
tl ijiinin one \'. ho 


Jail Three 

lie lo \( ork or 

u'untir.ierj Ir-m P.e.:.- li ^^,, J,,,,,,, ,,>pp' ,-, ho uill 'live in. 

m.'Inn' ahmi. nu hui -H,■^ , ' and - "'1' ^'^- ' f''"' ''^"•'"^ "^■" ^ 

-..i'leii'lin. lin had ,11-1 -e.ve-i . -u he oi; n .^meiid-uis serxi. e 'o 

IS mii.ihs m <o'edad; and I'U- >"" •'■!'' ■'''^"■"- '^'■' ■'>'-'' ' '"" 

•an,. !;;„|,,lp„ I..',.. -1, 1.1 in;; i:. ^' '^- ^mMmis i,> make ^i>."i oul 

:'.."ii|i -III e ,., I,,, (. ii.md " '- <-u'. "■ ■ '' 

,n a II 'U. he -aid. ^ M.\ ide'-e line - .ihi'iil ltd 

Kill',' -,'iid he ,ind hi- p ll- n'ere d >s ni and lii.it i- Kehiuarv' 

-irollinc rl'iun Cenlial when ITlli. ViiJ. Imt sir. I a^i eai;er 

ihey heard ihe bur'.;lai alarm to fi-.d gainful employmenl 

imd saw the Kunin wind')w al- as qunk as 1 can. An.v eon<idei- 

read> broken He said, '."-o I .alion you can pi-sibly e\tend 

lusi lielped i>i\>elf ! v ■ ill m in th.is rtitiiiiii vvill be \eiy hiu'h- 

and li'ok the television aiii'. ye.i, 1\ appreeiale<l. 

I pa— ed the .-.luff oui to the If you would like turiher in- 

Dthers. ■ formal ion alx^ul my eonriuct or 

The three were -een loilerm'.^ rehahilit.ilion. please lei me 

in the vi( mil\- of Kunins •nr«nil know as soon as pc-sihie. The 

til mmiit''- infore the liui d;u\. in- iiilutioii \\ill fo''v'.ai{i iiny in- 

.\ liii- d'lM' rep" led c'lif lu;- iial ion 1 h li you m:i\ rnouiie. 

then te ive Kiinin- th'u'l.il the It is m\' ll'ip'-i n^osl lii ^iic lo 

bi ■-■•■n w 11 . . i.niXiii-' 1 'di.-. !• >ihi!-'ale n-i, ,'' a.n.' in v' dk 

All wi.e I ,-\."l t' : : i.tjlaiy. llie p.iUl ol .L,.',id elii^.d-ilip ami 


lu be 111 ioil-nuiti\e sei - n e lo 
n:\ I uiiuminilv . 

1 am a Neeio A - . n, .m, ajp 
",:. and 111 es.ellein health, I ain 
a World Will' 11 \eiei,an with an 
honuKahlc (li-i li'ir^e irom the 
sei'Mi •\ 1 ha\ e a lenlh Ki'in'e 
ediuatioii .uid m\' (pialifK atinns 
aie as- folluws: 1 aiiT a' truek 
diixer uf h.,ih hi.i\,\»-and In, ht 
\ chicle-. ■ an pnli-her.. uas -la- 
tiuii ;illeiiii,iiii and a coihI luhn- 
I atioii man, ! iii very much 
piepaied lo do '.;eiie!,il labor ;is 
Well, .-mil ,n- |)urier work, rale, 
and ciiii-li'iict ion \mii k. 

Please ai eepl ni\ mosi deep- 
est thanks in ad'v aiii e for what- 
ever con-ider.ilinii .\uu ijive me 
III my behalt. I a,ii I'liclosms; a 
M'lf-addi'(>ssed stamped enve- 
lope for \oiir eonveilienre. 

NmiK; 'vv'ithheiri. Will he 
supp'jeii-. to anvone who 
ha- a iiili to offer this 
IPi'il.^ 

111 .\p. -,|is.s <l.MO\S 

i'hi- I- jusl a iiu'e lo tell vnii 
ihit I've been icidnii^ a '.zre'ai. 
deal (ll material m national 
maiia/mes and Ihe press t;enei- 
all.v ali.iul the Conno silualion, 
and the more I read the more 
confu.sed I've become. 

This mornin-,' I picked up .\'oui=i 
feature in Ihe I'-a^ie, and a> anl 
c.\-nev\spapet'man who sjionti 
many years in this profession. Ii 
would like to ( onnraUil.ale you' 
on a very- liu id and intelljtrent 
ar'ilv i- 

• ,'' i| l'l.^k I, I" ,:i'd lo tuiuie 
fct'ine.s under ■ uur hv line. 
ISKS IPvWiN 


e.l )i'.- Ihe p--'.ve 'i.i iimmi.id r-Vin 

► ■ 

p.illlh-.ii I. .I'l e- 

1 1,11 s le-i imuiiv iiiiich,,-d nff a 
-pii iiri) pi !:-u ,il ;,'\v '.vnh I>epi- 
iinr,'iis an,.i !'.ii-|niiilii .'in- e.ii h in- 
sistiii':: thai in-ponsihitiU' for 
the i,'ite o|, prn[xi-ed leii-l.ati(,n 
re-led wrii the i/her p,iiiy. 
RATKS TOI.I) 

In his ip-umnji.v. l.lill rhaiced 

ihai the ri'le nf NeL:io nnnir.- 

plij.vmenl was Iwo and, a half 

liiips ;;reater tliat ih;U for 

whites. He pointed l.i Detrmt 

where he -.iid Necroes cjinsii- 

liilp .-oine 1'' pel' cent, of the 

work liiice and ii count for HI 

[ler ceni u' the luUil uiiemplov- 

menl. Chii .n.:.) Ne-.Toes, in; said, 

ft 
foi m 1 1.T [ler cent or liie work 

fiiici^ and -i-i per ccjii ivl ihe iin- 

emploved. | 

.\ulomation a n d 'eihninal 

rhanpes arc ehmu.vninf: many 

inhs formerlv helii hv Ne^rom-. 

Hill said. He siid liiai these 

I hanye- are p;ii lieulailv harm- 
fill III .\eLiroesfi,lK'(,ause uf ','sen- 
eralions of (Mifon ed uver-cn-n- 
<entiatiun of Neni.ies in the un- 
skilled a, id 'Tiainittal -eniors of 
the indusirial econom.v 

W \R (.AINS LOST 

Hill al-u I ,led tuune- lo sh.uvv 
ih.al mati.v of ihe c;un- niaiie hv 
Ne 'I'oes in the jvan veais have 
been wiped oiii, lie reminded 
en!icie-smen Ih.il ilien' i- a di- 
rect relation-'hip beiweiii p,iv- 
prl.v and (jiseriminatiun and sai.i 
thai the well beiim o: iIk^ iiiiiiun 
requires the eliminaliuii of all 
racial di.-vnniinaiinn m iiid'.i-- 
tr.v , 

loirni'vj' III labor iiniuiis. Hill 
charueii th.ii ri.iiiv of ilunii snll 
practice discrimination. He i ;t- 
ed partieulariv- the Hriiihei'hn.'d 
of l-derti'ical Workers md i!-r 
Jtailwav Clerks and -nd 'Imt' 
an.v feder;il law- shoiil.d hni di-- 

II imiiiaiion ti\' unions as \i..-^ll as 
b.v empli'iyer-. 


Raid Tactics 
Draw ProtesI 
Probe Slated 

'Continued from Page 1) , , 

t L 

and sloshed potato salad on fhA ' 
floor. 

NO DRUGS BOOKINGS 

The nvo late spots atp'S 
lo. ,'ived at 147-1 \V. .•',7th place '. 
and Tifl.') ,•>. .Sycanirire .street. 
P.ea-on qiven for rippin;^ -liie 
two plaies apart was that the ' 
olfi((M's wGie lo.<kin,^ for nai- ' 
ritin-. Thrv claimed they •found 
three Slicks of niari.juana aatl - 
a 'iJ ealit>er revolver. ' 

r.pi none of the -n-; \« -re '.. 
bo'iked on n.iicotics ch.argcs, J, 

'I'm e told the Eaple -teat 
.liiiiut -I a :n. .'^un^iay when so ne 
-"i ir more people "V,ere at 'he 
hiiii-e on .T7ih place.. dOin<: 'ne 
■ T'.v isi .'.l-f (iffirers used slioo;;^ ■ 
liamniiM s fo sm.'fsh the ^shdins; 
lI,i-- dooi' of 'he liv inK room. 
Nn,;i(ie- ,ind wniies weip danc- 
ffi:, loL;elli(.;rT. 

Othen ofjineis- biuke open th«. 
!),n k iliiui J 

'I hi'V ui.li-ied p\iic,)ne, lh« 
n;ii..iit-v ol v'.liiiiii w,'rP wniie, 
1.) -1 i\ 'V iiere ihev vere, T. a.p 
'-.1,.!. Till v l(.yok 'he names r>f 
ihu-e" pre-eni and '..Id them i<i 
ll .'ve, e\i i>pt , tli.js*? they put 
iiniier anio.-l. ■ 
.•si-K.rX.K HAMMKR BLOWS 

'il '■ p siiid tiiH" a'on" svvin2ii.i; ■ 
llK'ir -lp(in.<> h.mi^ier- abouti 
.-mii-h.iiiu' miii im. -'.vindowsr 
fmiihuie. and ■ne i.^ilei tvj-.vl, 
pullniB down rt ape-, ran.sael<. 
inj Ine ri'jsei-. ihev grabbed a 
SHOO stereo ar.d tiiicv" it out into 
the suePt. 

Thpy took the vvhi^ey. They 
pui the two bafs ou'side, break- ' 
inK out the sliding class doors. 
They sma-hed an.^Ther stereo, i 
Trice ( ontmurd. then pinked up 
.a TV III 'iie retir ix-dioom an't 
lo--ed it uui. ■ ' . 

.\iis. Ora Ml ria.ii. of' run 

I'h .IVelVie. v\ :,,, .,.,.^j; ];1 Ij., , 

kill iien ai ih.e im-e, .>aid tii 
place vv a- .a . nmplete shambk- 
'"! IK V did'il have' to>- tear 'n"' 
ihe p! il e. ' sn.e' said." -"Th' , 
1 ■ 'liid n,-i\ e ."in.it* the ai re-' 
rney c,,i;|rl tnn.^.' searciied. B 
'ni-v didii ■ hi' .- I.) w-r'erk e\ ■'^i < 
Mnnj." ' *- -■ 

-he -i;-' ' I :" 'ne furni; , 
■" 10: ili»i-fi'ic- I o-l SSiniO H ' 
. ii'ii vm pmd' fur"' 
■ne Ttid at K;iI"i .•- .'^v. iir,.i .. 
■iieei '.vas- ni.-iiil" ai.Hind 3 .'; n 

• lima' an.hijiJi' netoi i"'^ die •\vr(^i,. 
lire ciew a I lived ai 'he 'u' 1 
pi, ice -p,)l The d ,maL;p ilici-- 
: n-iii.i leuly , ^\■as lilsl as ct ii - 
pi'"e. liLii tlie !4',inc- we;p.nn-i 
a- I \pcr,-i\'e 

Ai-'jii'd in, ,1 .c.e K'.i'i'i! 

,v 'Mix. :5i,, ,.: 1*;:,: k. <,;,'d 

-l-'-r'. ,iiid .Ta. k O <.'-ui', ?>■'. of 
."i.'il'l !-5!in kv'. niiin;- Airenl. 

.\;ii'-'i'd .'11 aTlh -ireoi. ahin> 
■\'.'-\\ T'-!c.n wein Anijie P Wii- 
-..n. -■! ll! . r.ii'ifi i'b.i.'i' street; 
sn V'-ii L, Gi'ah,i:ii, ;L', of bMIO 
I'll roll -Mee';oand Maiviii W. ' 
llii ker, J."',, oi J'.^l^ I'lllion ,, 

Sll-'el, ■ ' , ■ ■-' 

.\a V eie' I'l ii'.i-i^d. un SiVjO ', 
ha.il. p'M ept te .iha::^- ^^ ho had j 
10 m.ike- a -Sli.ii'H bund, ^— j 

Ll. Lairy W.ili.iu. 'aiio led 
the r.iid. coi^'imnnted^iitier the 
damrijerwas dmie ■■ ' I .tell badly 
aboui ,it vvhen we lell, hut it 
was lu-t one o! those things. 
We diiin't make ^'.v effort to 
s'lia-n pvei vthm.e. '-XVe .iusi had, 
lo make a thorough search, " 

Dudley Appoints- 
Richard Jones 
Office Manager 

Nr;w =VORK. -c Ruhard'P.: 

• nir-ies iif L'^'i.") Fiflh avenue .i 

nvemoer of the N.A.ACP Lesaf 

I" » 

P.edre-s roninuliee" has-been ap-i 

pointed to ihe-ix)st of e.vecu- 

iive manager of ihe-offnce of 

the Pre-ideiit of Ihe Borough ot 

.Manhattan' 

Kdward F!. Puviiev. piesidenti 

of ihn 1 'bproj.ic;h, announced' 

.Tones wjouid till ihe place of' 

r\iichael HliKim, who was^ re- ■ 

cpntly narued. "a^i-iani Com-,' 

nn-sioner of Boi'oLii:h Works. 

CALfFORNIA 
EAGLE 

2101 W.* Vernon Ave. _ 
Los Angeles 8, Calif. 
AXsiinsfer 5-3135 

LOREN MILLER ^.,- 

Publ.sher . ' 


School Books 

iConliniied fiom Pa-;n li 

that -101), (10(1 Ne.'.roes luir-ti! nil 
the Union side in the w iir and 
said thai one 'nut (if ever\' ten 
or uveKe iinioi, soldiers vvas 
Ne'.;ro al 'lie war' end. 

Colle.v, ,1 .Sa(n';imi i!.. lawvei. 
told tlip I-;acle 'thai in ,', ,,nl;i 
seek to fiiid mil'.', texj ixn.ks fen 
u^e in ("diloi'i'a -. in: .n..! 

i-ii.-n'^ed I'Mt I 'e erf i >• .i ,■ 
w I I'ten n 'h .•• '1 '\ e '.,,■ a:,; .i -- 
nil, iuulhern s.ile-. 


Thursday, Jan 18, 1962 
Vol. LXXXI NO. 44- 

GRACE SIMONS Executive Editor 
F, P. WALLER.' Ji, 'Adv. Mgr.' 
EDWARD ■■ABIE" ROBINSON 

Circilation Mgr, 
CALME RLSS Off.ce Mgr. 

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|8, 1962 
NO. 44 

|utive Editor 
Adv. Mgr, 

I 1 a 1 1 o n IW 3 r. 

Off'Ce Mg,. 

[■ENTATIVE . 

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Thursday, Jan. 18, 1962 


E.\ST .AFKIC.\ - The Ruha'i 
temple at Kampala. Uganda 
uas dedicated m January, 
1961. The Baha't leachinp.s 
point out the uay to siM-i.d 
and spiritual pro'jress through 
tlie>jwakening of man's per- 
ipption of the reahty nf the 
brotherhood of ni.iii and 'he 
fatlierhood of GihI 


MODKI, - The propo.sed mod- 
ern temple whirh the Bahais 
will nert near Frankfurt, 
Ciermany is shown above. 
Here will be '£;lii. along 
with the other aspects of the 
f.ii'h. that pre.judices wlicther 
i'iMis,'ious. racial, palriotic or 
[nihtical are destructive to liio 
foundations of human de\elot)- 
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.ASI.\ The Baha'i fcmple 
at Ishqabail, Turkestan, dedi- 
cated III I9-L'(l, advances the 
.Bahai World P^aith m iis 
sphere of influence by ils 
teachinf^s ronceriun,:; the unity 
of all mankind and the other 
lundameiil.il truths of the 
I-'tiiUi. 


.\l"STK.\I.I.\ The beautiful 
Baha'i temple which was 
iledicaled in .Sept. 19*il near 
Sidne\-, Australia, brings to 
fofjr the number of tenifiles 
dedicated to the teachings of 
Bahau'lah. Among the tenets 
of the K/iilh is that rcligiyii 
must be the soun e of Iclkiw- 
ship. 


BXIIAI TKMI'IJ'; This nine 
sided temple of the Baha'i 
World Kailh at Wilmette, 111., 
IS open to everyone interested 
111 111" knowledge of Go<i and 
the purpose of man. It was 
deilnaicd m 19.")3. 


Anniversary Week Set 
At Greater Mt. Calvary 

The Greater Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 6110 S. 
Main street, will celebrate its second anniversary begin- 
ning at 3 p.m. next Sunday, Jan. 21. Rev. Eddie Ray 
Thomas, pastor-founder of the church, announced this 
.week that the kick-off .ser\'ice will have Rev. C. E. 

^l-Jdwards, pastor of the Pcnie-' 

I costal Baptist <-hu'-ih. as tii» O ■ I I < A k. ^ C 

Iprincipal speaker. Ke\ . William : |5e 1 He I A AA t 
|.\dams. Jr. of- the Cireater .Mi 
Zion Churchwill also parlicipatc 


Christian Answer 

By REV. MAURICE A. DAWKINS 


Jesu.s prayed "That They All May Be One". Unity 
of God? Children wa.' His Dream and His Desire. Color, 
race, class, nation, creed, and all other barriers created 
by man to separate man from man should be transcended. 

ALL meant etery child of God. There was One chun h 

Fatlier and all (>f His ihildren 


-SANTA-n 

MONICA 

NEWS 


Bahais to CeSebrate 
World Religion Day 


m the servi( e. 
On -Monday 


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30. 


r.ev, Lloyd T. John.v-ii of llar- 
;nony l-lapti.^t Church. will 
preiih and Rev. .Sylvester li'ib- 
ijiins <if c'ahary llilj P^aptisi 
ICliurch. conducting the serviie. 
! On V.'ednesdax- evening. Rev.- 
|V. T. Ball, pastor of Sanit Re^t 
l>aptist Church, will [irc.-icii 
land conduct the lull sci\jc,'. 


Stewards 
Set Event 



were brothers, (iod's initiative 
was Fatherhood 'It is He that 
hath made us and not we our- 
selves." Man's response should 
be Brotherhood— Pra\- f>>r one 
another. I>o\e one aiKi'hei, Beai 
one another's burdens." 

('HALLKN<;iN(; 

The relighin of .Jesus ii.is no' 
been tried and found wantiirg 
... It has nc\er really been'did 
triedl Thercfoie an experience Let 


The \A.\CP will hold its reg- 
ular ineet!n,g at Calvary Bapti-t 
t might. Thursday, at 
S t> in. The problem of the po- on 

will l<o ( hairmnn 


ulalmg and challenging. In the hro and the youth of the com- 
wonls (jf Prolessor TUlich it munity will he discussed w ith a" 
gave we "The courage to be" offuial fn.m the Police depart- 
in an age when too many so nient as one of the speakers, 
called Christians are dehalins: ... 

"To Ix- or n'.'t to be. ' 

In the Words of Dr. Carhle 

.-Stewart it niiide one cry out 

from his irincrmost being "Oh 

Crod, do it again:' Do what you 

on the Da.v of Pentecost' 

Your Spirit rnove in the 


By BKTTY I LIl S 

A special program to commemorate World ReUgion while on Thursd.iy, the sfrvir<- 
Day will be pre.sentcd by the Baha'is of Los Angeles on will be comkuted by !i<\-. Leon i 
Sundav, Jan. 21. at 1 i.'il") p.m.. at the Baha'i Center, 'SM -'ack.son. associ^ie pastor of the 
S. New Hampshiie avenue. Miss Elena Allegro will speak ■^'- ■''"'hn -spiritual Chunh, ujll 

The Faith for an Evolving World." Llovd Havnes '""<'"' ' ""-^ scrvi.e w.-h lUv 

■ — ■ Dr. h.lrny L. Day, p.astnr o> 


and Mrs, Oiii- 
nie Sa.\cr izuesi soloist. The pulv 
Itc is iiiMtcd to attend. 


such as I had at 
C*ouncil of ChuEche: 
12W delegates , r'^'o; 
million Christ iani i 
er in spite of the'" 


iTie World hearts .and li\es of rnen. Lei 
; witnessing men catch fire with enthusiasm 
^son'ing 3,-)() -and dctenn'.nalion and convic- 
,ime logeth- lion. Cii.inge li\cs! Let Divine 
differences. Inspiration in human minds rc- 


Thosf persons wh.i are ini'er- 
■^s'cd m keeping the dons of 
the X.\.\CP office tipen should 
sei'd ill their contributions as 
soon as possible. The office is 
n-aintaiii'^l foi- the welfare ol 
c\cr.\one in the ronimunity. 
Your siippoit is urgently need- 
ed, acconimg to C. M. Garland, 
pi e^uicnl of ire bi .uu Ji. 


.\( wording to .\ n t b o n y F 
Lease, « h.urin.i-n .>f the local 
Sfiii lUi il .-Xssernbly in Lus .-Xn- 
geles, Haha'is believe that this 
IS the era in which is needed a 
trul;.' world-wide Faith, embrac- 
ing the tenets of all the reli- 
gions. Corning from every race 
and background. 'i\e million 
I'aha IS all over ib.e world have 
found in the te.ichmjs of their 
Prophft - f'>ui;r!er. P. di.iu'llah. 
i:ie spiritiril diiivtivcs nc.e>- 
si.\ for mankir.ii in tins ciilic.ii 


speak together wiih one voice suit in creative action by men 
and pray tntjc:he!- the pra%er of who will do justly, love mercy. 
Jesus "T!i:!' ihe\ all nviy be walk h.umbly and die gladiv, in 
one" was md-.-ed a :;■ 'Untain-top a continuous effort to .-hange 
experieiii e. conditions iiuni the way th.ev 

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IFUNERAL DIRECTORS- Serving All - With the Finest J 
1201 SOUTH HOPE STREET - Rl. 7-912 




EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE ADVENT 

4976 W Adams Blvd. Rev. Lewis P. Bohler, Jr , Rector 

Sunday, January 21, the Second -Sunday after Epiphany 

8 a.m. Holy Communion 9:15 am. Family Eucharist 
and Discussion 1 1 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon 


. The Mi---ionaiy .S n iety of the 
First WW. Cluiich-bv-thc-.^ea 
will .spiAo breakfast m the Fel- 
lowship House from S a.m. to 
la a.m. on .'^unday, Feb. 4. 

The Cathedr; 
bi'cakfast np\t 

Th.e past.)!- ,011! members and 
the choir nf Fiisi^aNiK Church- 
I\v-the.Sea. will cxifaduct services 
:it Monrovia at 3 p.m. i>n Sun- 
da v, Jan. 2*^. 


. ' lie- 
of Ills 
1 n d.' 
Their houses "f worship, jm five 
conlitien's. rtlleot these beliels 
Ninr-siiled. (I'liri-d, an.l facin-: 
(■ivvard Ifie II. ly Land, these 
temples are ojxrn to everyine 
In each. [)oople of every religi- 
ous, cultural, r.icial and .social 
bark_ioiiP!i are weloonK' to 
vvorshi[). The services consisr of 
Choir wilf serve readings fn,m the Old and .New 
unday morning. Testamenis. the K o r ;i n. tlm 
Bhaga\ad-( ilia, and B.diai writ- 
ings. There" .s r.o piofessiutial 
clerjry and no preai hing. 

•"Diversity fi religion should 

cease, and differences of race 

be: annulled . . . .\11 men must 

oe one kindred and iHie family." 

Baha'ullah. 


Second Sunday 
After Epiphany 
Rites Scheduled 

F..iher LcHvis P Bohler, Jr. 
roi tor of ihe Church of the Aii- 
veht. ■1171') W. .-NdamT; blvd. has 
scheduled holy communion 
thrice next .^siinday^ in observ- 
ance ol th'^ se( ond , .'^undiiy in 
f.'pinhany. The hours are S-H It 
an 1 n a ^' .\t t:r< .n m. there 
vvdl Ie a disc us.sion following 
!lv 1 looly 1 iuh;iri-t and a ser- 
iriii will follow the 11 a.m. com- 
mon,' III scrv ic e 

I'p jiiianv iv.eans ' nianifesla- 
ti'in ' or ' ppearanie." and the 
fpi-' ■! tills rime is in origin 
,:r. I c~-cnc'e a festival crlehi at- 
ing ihe manifestation of its Sav- 
ior and Hedeenicr t>) Ihe world 

In the fust centuries of the 
chiin l.'s birih. the feast was 
usoil [II imarily to rommemnra'e 
Ihe visit of the -Magi, or thre:" 
Wis,' Men, and subsequently, the 
in'r.idui tion of Christ to all the 
w 01 id. 

The po[Hil ir Fp-dis'i name fcjr 
this fcas! Is "Twelftii Day." It 
IS the IJih day from Christmas 
and conclude s the Cliristmas 
festivities. This is the reason 
many Episcopalians, Roman 
Catholics and other Liturgical- 
Christians ofien retain Christ- 


jPleasant C-'Ove P.aptist rhiirrh. 
preai hing the anniversary ser- 
111 on. 

SPKC.AI. MtSIC 

Dr Fllis Ross, pastor of New 
Life Baptist Church will jircadi 
111 Friday evening. On .Satur- 
day. Flev, D C. Ilewett. Sr. of 
fireater Welfare l?af)tist Giurch. 
will preach. 

At 3 p in. on Sunday, J;!n 2^. 
Bishop F M. Wilson, of .N.-v 
Canaan Church of Ch] in 
Christ jrvv ill speak and P.'V . .' 
II. Ilurton will ( oiiduc I 'ho sing- 
ing of the Holy Divine Choir 
.\lso assistiing will be Rov . C 
W. .lones of the Beatitudes Baji- 
list Church, 

St. John's 
Credit Union 

^ The nieml>ers of St Johns 
Methodist Church will hold the 
lUth annual rneetirjg of their 
credit union on S.iturcLay, Jan 
20 at 7:30 p.m. al! the church. 
1(1003 Wilmingtcan avenue. 

( luest speakers who have beer 
invited are: Charles Sheline. 
treasurer of the Methodist Mm- 


Suiiday .Tan L'l , I'll,.'. Be'hc! 
AMI-: Chinch, irdl W. .'iHth 
sin-i-l, will obsoi V e tiieir annual 
Su-wards and Class Leaders' 
Da.v, at Ixjih the M and 11 aiu 
services. 

I )r, I'rod K. S'cphons, paslor 
of Bethel will hri.TJ: the message 
for both services. His suh.jcct at, <■ 

S a 111. vvill l)e 'The (iod Who' r>v Robert J K-'-.v 
.\iiswcis Prayers." ..\t 11 a.m. of the Kirs' .Mcthoii>i 
liis sub|('ct will be "The Procjf'"f Redondci P,each w ill r^ 

ilr" 


KKV. KOI'.KKT KLliM.V . 

Rev. R. Kersey 
To Fill Pulpir 
At Hamilfon 


'i\ Failli.f 

The Stewards and Class Lead- ge't, Jr 
ers vviil participate in the order Church, 


pulpits with Hev. .lolin \ 
at Hamilton 3*I'M 
H(i06 .S. FiL'iK'ri 


p:i.s'or 
Chute li 
■ haiiile 
Dog. 

lilOlilst 

s'ree' ■ 


..f service. The Senior and flos- next Sunday. He 
pel Choirs will p|esen% a special t'le sub.jecl : "In 
musical progran 


c. ill pr-c-ar !-, fin 

Pursu,' of the 
tlie 


SM Pioneer 
Carter Dies; 
Services Set 

C iif.c :d Cahcr, 87, pjiiiiecr 
■s inl.i .Monican, died Saturday 
of a heart ailirient at the hoiiie 
'•f !i,s son and daughter-in-law. 
Mr. and'-Mifs. Boyd Carter, 19.'32 
l^ih street.' 

B"rn 111 Kontucfiy, Mr. Carter 
I an.e to Santa Monii-a in lS9,a 
and was .'i continuous resident. 
He was self employed and in 
business from his \-outh until 
his retirement in 19.V). 

His business included a plas- 
tering .fc.impany, teamster firm 
and several entenainirient en- 
terprises. In the early 192(Js and 
through the late 1930s. Mr. Car- 
tc^r held a cit.v contract for 
m.onlcnaiice and upkeep i-f va^ 


iChalle.'^ge.'' b a s e it on 
Scripture from 2nd Cor. -1 7-1?, 
■ :t both the 8 and 10 ).", a ni. s^^r- 
VI. -es. His choir and officers wul 

icciin.pany him. 

Rev, Kershv- has sn .q.-, rinia- 
hie record as a leader c.if .s. ;,- al 
:'"'f.irm an<i is at pros, m f:_.:-,t. 
ing n ciurt case He l;,n.s j-p. 
''I'M'd a iiun-ihcr of t'^rc-cis nn 
his hie because" or his s'.a^nd'on 
r("!ii:ious anc) r;o lal issiK-s Hn is 
said to lie .1 n^an v, ho would 
die for ihi> things he' beiioves'jn. 

-.He js chairir.an of a sj,..,.|al 
proiect on the study -cii-c^ie 
railed "Ciiristianitv 's Challonz'' 
to Crtmmiinism ' He serves e.\- 
tensiycly en panels on Christian 
Social ConccM-n am} is q^ive 
with youth and hii;h .schcx-)! stu- 
dent programs. 

Rev. Doggett will prea'rh at 
the P.edondo P.each church. The 
Capella Choir; and officers of 
Hamilton will join hi:n as he 
preachers on the topic,, ".\ D:''e 
With De.stinv.'' ' i 


Tea to Honor Woman 
From Church In India 


.mas decorations after Jan. 6. 


NEED HELP???? 

SISTER MARIA — Life Reader . . . Help, love, Marriage, Busi- 
ness, sock or troubled. Guaranteed help. 1819 West Adams. 
Phone RE 1-4005 


Duarte A'ME 

Homecoming Set ^L, I? ''^ '.??!?*; Parish Meeting 

Set Wednesday 


SECOND FREE METHODIST CHURCH 

(CORNER OF 5-»TH AND CIMARRON) 
Rev. Gerald Mikels, P.istor 

Suncjay School 10 a m. Church Services 11 a.m. 

1 Houir Sunday Evening Worship 7 to 8 p.m. Prayer 

Meetings Every Wednesday Evenrng — 7;30 p.m. 

EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO WO.RSHIP WITH US 


TI-,e fir 
arte wih 
i.'ay at Z 
.Ian. :;]. 
m.mio fli 

ing tr 
oas!., 

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.\Mf: Cl.urc h c^f Du- 
ohs'-:ve Homecoming 
'.(1 p 111 ne.\f Sun'iay, 
1 i's p;fn Santa Do- 
. o ; inc tuarv . arc^cii-fl- 

thf P.cv. C .\rihur Reed. 

o! thc^" I hiirc h. 

ig the riinisters who are 


d t. 


join 
Mill i: 

: i'.nv. 

-; !>v 

Pit. I 


in the serv ice 
. Kidd of Wal- 

C. M. C;irter, 
. R. I-:. P.road- 

s an'i many 


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HOOPER AVENUE 4 | | GOSPEL CHURCH 

1 T 1 8 E Vernon Avenue 

Weekday Services Tuesday and Thursday at 7;30 P M. 

Sunday School 9:30 AM Preaching at 11 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. 

Rev, and Mrs. W. A. Toliver, Ministers ' PL 1-6907 

Bible School open toi all 4 nights a week— Rev. Pearl Toliver, Dean 


expected 
•irc: Rev. 
kcr Tccr.pl 

■f St. .I.ir- 
<^r.. ' f St 

ither- 

Rpv. Reed ' ■ issued an in- 
■>itati.,n t) .lil .'IMI! ministers to 
i'liiuin tho H')!..e. . .mini,' service 
.\n oid-tash.'-ii'' 1 chnner will be 
served to all gucst.s of tiie 
church. 


REV. MADAME PEARL SMALL— One of 

Lou 

siana's 

Best Psy 

chic 

MedlurnB. 

She can help you. 

she tells 

the 

truth in 

all 

matter* 

per- 

tainina to 

b^jsiness, love an 

d money. 

Var 

ying 

donations 

Read 

ings 

by appoin 

ment only. Hours 

—8 DO am 

. to 

7:30 

p.m 

da 

ily 

; Sund 

ays. 

IO145 a.m. 

to 9:30 p.m. 









•55 EAST 

29TJH ST. — 4523 

AVALON 

BLVD. 




AD 4 

2219 


BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH 

1511 W. 36th Street Dr Fred E. Stephens, Minister 

8 a.m. — "The God Who Answers Prayers" 
11 a.m. - '-The Proof of Faith" 
WED. 8:00 P.M.-MID-WEEK SERVICE 


WELCOME TO THE MT. TABOR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wher* No One Is Ever A Stranger, 6612 S. Western Avenue 
J. Terrell Stewart, D.D., Pastor E. V. Fields, Church Clerk 

9:15— Sunday School; 10:45— Mornmg Worship; 
5:15-Baptist Training Union; 7:30 PM-Wednesday Prayer Service 


HAMILTON METHODIST CHURCH 


; a 


6330 SO. 


PASTOR 

ii;f- Firs' Mrtlinaipt 


REV. JOHN N. DOGGETT, JR., 

,c-.l Sp< .I'-'-i ll- •. 1: .1 1-Cc-rs. 

I "li-a-' ^ . f K'-.i"iiac> Hea' 
? li'i a.m. — cicnirii Sc'IkidI fr.r .\ll .\;;ps 
a 111 - I:e\. Kets..;. -i-i i'ur^uit '^r tl^- c "h.-ilUnKe" 

6:30 p.m. — Methodist Youth Fellowship 
FIGUEROA ST. PLeasant 3-4535 


fear 

months 

Tionths 

'Number 

uly 1. 1923 » 

rsday 'by 

Publishing 

Avenue, at 

es 8. Calcf. 

1.1 ss M.-itter 

tne Post 

Call-form? 

' 3,' 1E79 

n-ONALLY 

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(PORATED 

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NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH 
47th PLACE AND SAN PEDRO STREET 

THE CHURCH IS THE MOTHER OF DEMOCRACY 

Rev. H. Mansfield Collins, Minister 

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 



Bowen Memorial Methodist Churcli 

East 36th and Trinity Streets — Rev. D. Dewitt Turpeau, Jr., Min 

Worship Services 8:30 -and 11 A.M. 

Church School, 9:30 AM. 
Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. 


held at the Mt Tahor Mis.sion- 
ary H^ipii-^t Clvjrch. I>^1J .<=. 
Western avenue, nt 7 .'iU p.ni 
nn Monday, .lan.'L'L', F'.ev. B. O. 
!'..\rrl. pa.st^ir of New Ilcijie H.np- 
ii~t Church \'.iiri)e the in.stulla- 
iion spenker. 

Hev. .T, T. ?ie\v,Hrt, piistnr of 
the 'liurch annoiinced this week 
that anioiii; those to h<' instnlled 
,Tre: Vermy,T Phillips, ;rinoiinr- 
ini; clerk: Demon I>oren/o Hol- 
h.-;. c-hurrh Ire'a.'.urer; llihel 
r.i liner, prt'.Sideiit of the IViu-on 
\\'i\('<' Council: I.ovell .•Nd.drs. m. 
president vfif the .'V'nior Mi.s.sion- 
ai y .^nciet,!. ; .\i Ic^ne Pederson. 
president f'f th^" Cospel Clloir. 
and Ire^ie Brown, pie^idenl of 
Ihe I'sher Roard, , 

Liia .Monti;o:nery has heei|i 
appointed puhlir relations >ec-f 
rtary to the pastor. 

Texas Bishop 
At Saints Rest 


I .\ pot link Slipper '.\ill P''f- 
epde the annual Parish nieet- 
inc cif the Cliurrh of the Ad\ent. 
1-1976 W. Adams hlvd. on Wednes- 
day, Jan. 24 at fiiTO p ni . Ac - 
fcirdin:.; to I>\ . I.eui-; P. W'ix- 
ler, .Tr.. the annual parish nicet- 
inK is Ihe most import-ant simple 
nieetint; in the calendar \ear 
of an Fpisrnpal' Parish. I>ele- 
irates t'l the Dioresan Ccin\en- 
tion arc elected .and new inem- 
l>ers if the \esiry or rovernin:; 
iKiird are also eleiteri as well 
MS riji-iils inaile frmii all I'le 
mulcN an'l or.;ani/atii'ns ol the 
rhurrh 

The Man and Woiiian of the 
Year vv ill he announced. The 
.P.erior's .•\«ard will l)e made. 
These awards are made on the 
oasis of outslandiiiK individual 
' iwtrihution.s whic-li reflect* the 
spirit of tlie church throuch per- ^ 
sonal interest and initiative, i 


Bishop .M. G. Grady of .*^an ^ _ | 

Antonio, Texas will be the guest i Hear Ju.dge Griffith 

Bi.shop when I^ishop Uuiio M.j Judire Thoma.s L. Griffith, .Tr.. 
Driver holds Texas .\iuht on will address a nieetinc; of th" 
Wednesday, ,Ian. L'-l. at .Saints Los .\nseles Chapter of the 
Home Church of God in Clirist. Lutheran Human Relations As- 
All former Te.xan are expert;-, scx-iatioii, next .Sunday, Jan, L'l, 
ed to icime out and renew old ,nt 4 p.m The iiicetinK will con- 
friendships uhile enic)yin:.r a \ene in the Parish Hall at 3901 
very inspirational me.s.-aL;e by W. Adams hUd. All interested 
Bishop (irady. • iper.sons pre rxpertod to attend. 


cant property in Santa Monica, 
isters Federal Credit Union of In tlie entertainment field he 
the Southern California .-\ri/ona was responsible for many celeb- 
Meth^i|st jConference. Sheline rities being; presented in Santa 
:.s tHi^or-a .director of the Califor-Monica. 

nia' Cr^'dij I'nion League and 3; Rosary for Mr. Carter was' Los .Angeles O^vuncil L'niied 
Mfihoir' U the Southern Caliior-' recited in the chapel of Spald- Churcli Women will honor 'miss 
nil <^enifa\ Credit I'nion: El-,in,;,' Moruary with Requiem Renuka Mukerji. leader in Chris- 
mer '^;. ' Ward. ■ exaniiner with Mass celebrated in St. .-^nne'? tian Education from 'Madrns 
ih(? BiiVeau of FederAl Credit Catholic Church, Interment was India, \\■^\^ a tea ai liie fliuiih" 
I'niijViL'Wnrd is also direcujr o! iii Holy Cress Cemetery, Federatii-)n, 333il W. .-\danis blvd. 

Mus-tSji.snd Treasurer ir) the. Survivini; Mr. Carter, in addi- on Jan, 17. Miss 5l'.ikerii. v.iv) 
Church cif the Na/arene. .,t-ion to his son Boyd, who is a w ilj-speak .i-t 1 :3m p.m.. w as ho-n 

Oil Jan. ,"), IPaJ when the prufes!;ional football player, are m Luc know. UP., India Sft$ 
?roup received its charter as St. a sister. ^Irs. Annie Maxwell, was broucht up as an .Anuhcan 
.lohns MelhfKiist Federal Credit .Saiila Monica: two grandchild- but lator'became a meiiibrr of 
Union it'had 16 subscrilx-rs. each ren: fciur nieces and seven the Church of .South India, a 
pledsing to buy one ihiwo at Sa nephews, .broad UniiM ("nurch. 

eac h. At the close of this past r- ^ . 

year it had 409 members with . ... .. , , .. ._..._ ■ " 

tcilal assets of Sl(iri.4-3. Ixians 

lotalini.,' " l?>^9.:;l^ were ni.ide. 

1 

Friday Prayer ' 
Band to Fete 
Its 20th Year 

The Friday Morr.intr Prayer i 
Band will ohscr\e its Ir'Otli anni-' 
versary on Friday, Ja.n'. 19, at 
Bethel" A.MK Chiirch, ].".n W 
.36th sti'eet, at 10 a jii. throuc;h 
the lunch h^iur. 

Dr. Fred K. Stephens, 1he 
pastor of Bethel, will speak on 
the "RiKiiess oj Pi:iyer." l-^acli 
niemlior cif the bahd is request- 
c d t(j pray and brinf; another. 
-Vrs. Olivette Clay is the leader 
and Mrs. Bonita Franklin i.s 
secretary of the trroup 



MOMENTS OF DEOSIOX — .John and Vermya Phil- 
lips will enhance early morning spiritual listening with 
their Moments of Decision broadcast each Sunday at 
6 1.30 to 7:.30 a.m. over radio stations KTYM, 146U on 
AM, or KTYM-FM, radio 103.9 on the dial. To gain 
in inspiration listen regularly for music, philosophy 
and news. < Adams") 


Science Shrinks Piles 

I New Way Without Surgery 

Stops Itch— Relieves Pain 


Elder J. E. Steward 

The St. Joseph Gospel Temple 
Church of God in Christ. The 
place where souls are bless- 
ed. Good Singing and preach- 
ing. Elder Steward presents 
signs of the Judgement. 
Everyone is invited 

1 1 904 S. Compton Ave. 

LO 7-4543 


New York, N. Y. (Special) - 

For the first time science has 
found a new healing substance 
with the astonishing ability to 
shrink hemorrhoids, stop itrh- 
inp, and relieve pain — without 
•urpery. 

In one hemorrhoid case after 
another,"very .striking improve- 
. ment" was reported and veri- 
I fied by a doctor's observations. 

Pain was relieved promptly. 
And, while gently relieving 
pain, actual reduction or re- 
traction (shrinking) took place. 

And mo.st amazing of all — 
thi.s improvement was main- 
tained in cases where a doctor's 
observations were continued 
over a period of many months! 

In fact, results were so thor- 
ough that .sufferers- were able 
to make such astonishing state- 


ments as "Pile.s have ceased to b« 
a problem I" And among these 
sufferers' were a very wide va- 
riety of hemorrhoid conditions, 
some of 10 to 20 years'. standing. 

All this, without the use of 
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin- 
gents of any kind. The secret is 
a new healing substance < Bio- 
Dyne*)— the discovery of a 
world-famous research institu- 
tion. Already, Bio-Dyne is in 
wide use for healing injured 
tissue on all parts of the body. 

This new healing substarica 
is olTered in mijtpoaifnry or oint- 
nifnt form called Preparation 
//*. Ask for individually sealed 
convenient Preparation H Sup- 
positories or Preparation H 
Ointment with special appli- 
cator. Preparation H is sold at 
all drug counters. 


WESTMINSTER PRESBYHRIAN CHURCH 


2230 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. 

P.pv. James K. 


REpublic 4-1 56« 


Jones, Pa.«tor 


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9:30 a.m. — chun-ii ?ciioo| — Tth Or.ifip Thrmigh College Sr. 
7 p.ni^ — Westminster Bible Hour 


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Commemorate World Religion Day 

1:30 P.M. SUNDAY, JANUARY 21 

THE BAHA'I CENTER 

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Speaker: Miss Eiena Allegro 

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6— The California Eagle 


Thursday, aJn. 18, 1962 


i 



'Tee Time' 


- WITH - 


Maggie Hathaway 

California Eagle Golf Editor 



****^|Lakers Move 
: In for Six 
: Home Games 


BUDD, BOSTON, RUDOLPH SET I Jeff Cagers 
FOR 3RD ANNUAL INDOCR FsSET Grab No. 15 


\\i'iM rei'.id holders and 01.\ 
III. medalists uill abound in the 
■ iiinii.:! l>is An^'eles Invitjilionnl 
Itiiii^or track meet Saturd; 


ia\e accepted iinitalioiis to 
fompeie at e fabiilc us Wilma 
Rudolph, the queen oi .\nu"i'iian 
track and field, hri';id juniper 


By \VIM> ( H.\ri'KI,l, 

l.il.:ar Lai.-e\' and ("harle,'- 

* "I'i'-r ".,ck meet .Satur^.ay ;;";■; '"'" '■'■'■'■ "■'-;■ '""'f'^-' R„innson paoe.i Jeffer...>n to ,1^ 
t Bv KVW -ABIK- ROBI.NSON n,.-hr, .Ian. Ltl. in the Sport.. ''■"'"\ f"'-^""'- "'^''^htnian Jay ,._,^ ^^ ^,^^,,^^^,^. |^^, ^^.^^^.__^,, 

* The lea.-ue lead.n, l.o> An- Arena. ,",''^7'"' """^ ''"'"'"■ ^ ''^""^ -1-1 points be.ueen them. 

* -eles Lakers .v.\un- lia.k ii'to 'i:!.- fi.'hl h..s lak.Mi shaix- is niv ,„,.,,■ r„..,i..i,.t.- ,„ ti-, „ 'I'lioU'^ii they were not ,il top 



RACING 


WITH 


George Ramsey 


RAMSEY 


.s^ 


ulion at the Si>iiit> 


.Acni 


i;ilv tile lie.si in llic meet's 


*•**••♦♦*****♦**•••••*-*■****•***■♦♦■♦-*•♦♦•♦*♦•*■**♦■i^ \\>i''i<"-it.i 


.m.iinsl the Nr,\ Ins 


Would you call this the law, the papers to ask them to hel[) 


York Kniiks. 


ranis i;o a_ain aiiil on \Vediie.>- 

ii\-. .1aiv L'l. the L.-ikiTs 1,-ike on Worjil 


of retribution or fate plaeinf; hi.s committee save Fox from _ ^'^ h ricias . .r,in. l;t. _'lte i 
>0LI into the hands of \our ene- the sulxtividers. i 

my? Well this actually hap- "They are sellin:; ^"o\ next ' 
pened last Mondiy to a nice Tuesday mornint; aiui \vp are' 
talking guy o\er the telcplione, petiiioniric; the counl\ to liuv 
We affixed in the L.\ Open Halduin Hills ladjoinmL; F( 


:r\ s h;i iniii "c ;itir,iction of the 
\c.ir. ac( nrdin^ to meet <lireci 


lite ("mcinr.ati l^]\.il.s .and tln'; ■ 
liiill -Kii Mr •O" (Js. .11- l;ni)- 
ei'lson ill .a t\»i.-,:a."je s •ric;. 


press room at Flaricho a little cr ue uill Io.se it in three '''^"''' '''"'' '• ''I'l''.^ ■ ■'•'j).. '-''' 
late since we had planned- to mr.nths,'' he moaned. Miml.iy allcrn.H.n ih.?. l..il<ers 

stav late and say -oodhye to a Ily this time v. e v.,.,e v. ,de "'''•'' "'"' '-li:';'-" i'a'keis and 


lot of rhe fellers isuch as .M-'i awake, "Well, v, e siid in our 
Galles;er of the Kxa.rnineri who best ten^iiiine \oico, "if the 
had lost their jobs with the d,ii- (iiuiily should t)U> Haidwui 
]f papers and whom we wnuld ina.\i)e tl'.o\ will kick all tiiese 


llien ri-:.im on Tue.sd.i 


.Ian. :;ii. j 


I.eadmc; tiie wav l,.f the l..ik- 
ers \m!I be the .;rc,ii .le: ry \\<'-t. 
Now thai lil -m P>a\ lor is m Hie 


probably n?\'pr meet at:,'; 
^uard at the door said. 


The <er:ie:4atint: clubs: I'Ut: if the 
'You county does not. "then we hor>e 


.sciA u '. till" t\-'.] former .\li-.\i 
■.i\i\\ from W'c.si Virmnri 


ill 


.iust mis.sed a i.lione call, f.im ihoy sell them i;oth at the same """' ' ' '■"'•'' '' -'f^''"''' '""i ''' 

some suy who sa.id he c. ;■< re- tin-e," 

prcsenlinp; Fox Hills (Iclf .<o. ladies and •;e:iil.'men. v.r 

Course." v.ill ! ; a'c \ou the results of thi 

"Big deal.' ue ap^s.Mied as ^'^'i' "'"^'i \xeck. 
we walked a^v.a.\. lie iiioi:.;bl\i . — . _ 

is tryinc; to catch up vviib. us to 


lia\e t 

kei'p the l.akeis on lop of lif 

N r. \ st,,iidin.-s. 

W est Is a\eia;iii_; iii- o Ic ?'1 
li'Miils p.'v uMoie a.s he bids In • 
.\ll-PiM Imn.irs in tlie ii.iik< mui l 


tell US the\- hn\c dec; leri 


IP.- 


„,.»,. ,„ I. H ,, _ , ^'yTP'<= ^""'"g Flyers vs. Bled 
clubs Card Features 

The c.uard fiov\n.d and said 
rii.t more and ue P-'-.^t about it. 

The next morning nt the crack' Voiau iin:: l.,!ciii Icaiiiie 



1 '.\i;is i:(: Sli \ln lU . \t. a prv«. 

i;ia-Ki;vi: .M;. .-p....!:!!. 

SI,i;i.'K I.Nl'IA.V I...VB tl.c r>\al. 
VT'I'II.I.A •IIM: 111 \. .Mv bp.s-t 


OKmpic med,ilists-ii, tlie ,om- '""U'^ii iney were ikh ,n lop s\\T\ .\MT\ \nother iHOR.^FS TO W.ATni THAT 

. , . j.etiUcn include Wilm,. .:; -old f'""' "i" L)'''""^ b.ee/ed ,.asl ,...,, .„^,, ,,,,, ,up .,,.^,., „, ' ARK FIT AND RK.\DYJ 

i.s. out also as me ...un |„^.jja,^ .,, p,,,^,,, „, ,,.,;,;, j.;,,^. .San heinando bl-41. L.ace\, ^ _ .vm\ vmt\ 

ton (fold.. Parrv O-Biien itw., ><■""■>' -' P'""'s .-'"'i Rob.nson ihe si.,ri of kiims | at .sanla , .,,^,,,_,,.. ^. , .^„ ,,' f,,^ .'i,^^ 

"' uold and (."le siKen France's -'" ''^ ''^'' '"" •''■T'^~'.'' perf irmers Anita. On Saiui-da\'. Jan. 2(i, the -a. 
'"'' ^'i^'"i- mile star Michel .la/y isilver'. controlled iioih bai kboards. ^.„„., t^i^,,.,., Hanriicjip will be 

ei,oid iKildei.s "lio p,,le \aultef Hon Moi lis isiKeii .Soulhern l.eamie runner-up i|ie main attraction.; 

and hurdles llaxes .l(,ne> Fremont had three men in dou-; j^:^ race is f ,r o|fi<T fillies 
ifiron/el and ('. K. 'S'.oil; isil- hie fc-ui es as the-Scouts scaljied' ^.^..,j ■■,:.;,.^ '['',-,].: will b- iivj the 
\er. decathioni. llamilion j:)-:;7. disla: I (ii\ i-ion up t ) the S.Vj.IKJh 

Wilma. of course, has set i ec- i>,,iy. the delMidiicj cit\ iiihsl. added Sinta Mar.-aiita 'Cap 
orils lor all women's siiiinls. in- |„.;it Helniont .■'vl-4r). The second Keb. :'. 
cludiiiK indi»)rs Her Tenni'ssee j ( und of the < ity pla.v-olt will 
.si.ite classmate. I'.usion. be- rdntiiiiie .<atufda.\. 
came the fn si bi oad lumiier to 
sui|iass -'T feet lUT-L' m Mos- 
cou I. r.iid, unbealen throuL;hou! CAfNtar PfA RoYPf 


V. T ('. 

|v lor 


I'.tf.l in the lOtl. broke a T'.-vear- 
old 10()-.\-ard dash mark \miIi :• 
if.' rlo( kin.' m the nation. d .\.\r 
meet at New York CiU. .\nd 
,sil\esler, bi ini^iiv.; the record to 


The Santa MiM.i !!a'viica|) 

■ .irries an added \alue of 

M'.'i.nDU and tlie (jistam e is 1 l-lt. 

; miles, l^i"^! >ear's winner was 

Mrs. Connie .M Ring's Triioma. 


I'c ii. \ .\ 1 1 .' a n\ N w p 
l; \l..-s \l;ia " aa la <■■■, i; 

,■..]! I m: ■ - 

i: \i;i; k. .i: \i <■ . k.i-: .st... oI. 
TH !■: .\ X ! ; .-.o;.- • •■ ..v--- t >.k. . 

.M.\|) ', i:x i' .i -N. vv in oir- f..iiii. 


: \ T 

.Ml' ' 


Coaches Squad 


bo\(>r l-'Tankic 


Ihe r.s.A. ■.a,! oif a record diSciis Mm he is loa.h -f th" jxiuerlul 


C.VLIKN'TK IN OLD MKXICO.; 

Four ticketholders came up 
with fi\e winners at Cahente 
Race Track last Salurdav and 


-1; 

,4' 


\ I II 


ra ; ! ' ; r a a- 1 - 
i;-i>r:<'c cu.vtj^i ' 

l-Arl T !0 a S-'v 
' .:i\<a': ,-■ a. .N, 
I i;.\K\' la.Tf. I . 


Ut ' MIS ii-lH,, 
•■.it .EOO'l!'*. 

i..j.L:s 1 1 K. 
1 'aw r;-. ■ <■: 
'■;i''k h.iii.e 


lHM\e o. 


f \W It. J'^ in 


an ( i.ibriel \'allev m:tl team . 


nllecte-l Sn.-'itifi.SO api"ce in the 


es 


Young Talent 


1- ''•■':■ nion'^ ill s'.|.l... ,' }■'.■. . ' s 
■ lilecl li\ man\ lans as the 'laisi. 

■nlerlainin'.; club in liie \^ esi.a n 
.■;,,.[■' \ocau iin:: i.iieni icMiiiies ,,,.•, , ■ . o 

■'"'', ;, , ,.,,,,, ''"' ^' "> '•'■ "^'. 'an ic- a' ibc' 

of the new da.\ c.e answered a 'IT'^ r 'itia.v mt;ht s lull of fare at <,„,,.,; ,^, ,,..., ,,„,,..:,, ,|!,,,,,. 
por.sistpnlly r.n-mi;. t.hone. >'■•'' OKmpic Audiioiiuni. ;,,,.^ , a-ani^i ilie I ' \ I'.l.idcs. 

"Hellow." uesc learned, hop-' The top spot belongs to T.cny _■•-■' 
in? ue (ould frijiiien the caller 'I*'''^''- ^ '■"'' lii^lev\oo;i. ulio 
into hanging up so ue could get meets- Quan, James ol San' Di- 
another half hour of sleep f"'.'''- The de la Fuenles brcthers. 

One of the nicest \.;ices 1 ha\e Oilaudo and Ramon, are al.so 
ever heard said. "Mrs. Hatiin- "" \'^e caic' 

way. did ^ou know that they are Orlando tilt's M Cr.ant. u iiile 
fixin.? to sell, Fox Hills" We jus; Flamon is paired with I., e Tur- 
had to catch y,,u to a-^k you to ner Cmwd-pleasini; I.ou Pcae.< 
help' us sa\e this Ixvautiful •'''■ Canoqa Park takes on .leny 
course." . Stokes in the opener. 

That did it. We \' ere feehn^'i 

around on the ll'or loji.mcr up . . « g, 

thinking it was a toke.slev when Anf CStCm StOtCS 

we heard him sa'. . 

"I Ii\'p in the hmise on the Fox 
"■Hills 161h Jiole and s ^me' nice 
coloied eenrleman 

Ventura at Glendale.' p.a-adena 
\isitinc {?efiatos and I.os .\n?e 


IKWk Bl l)l> Kiist n.m 
' ■ 1 on .1 le'_nlini.:le '.t J 
i:. '':>■■ liiii-\ .11 cl flash Is 
,in:..:.., lln si ,,■ s'udded i-.ist 
v'. hi. li u ill .Vss, nible in the 
.sooi Is .\: c t,., Sat! .I.in 'Jtl. 
I' I the 'liird annual I...\. 
; i'\ ;: . 1 1 •ifi' I. »r mee; 


, , , ,, ,. ,, a-HI public h-;uclcap!)ine . uniest ■ 

\^hlch has entered Ib.e (ailden ' 

<;io\es tournament at the Oho-- Another 11.' tic kets listed four 
pic .\iiditofium Feb. 1(1 .4nd 21. 'Mnn'-'s coiaectly and thev uere 

Fiisi ehniination b- ,;i;.s .o,c -^'""i ^112.20 ea. h. 

-' iic'i'iuled tor .Ian. 2."i M. the Fl WirninK' hcitses were .\diin,ic- - 

.".b.n'e l,i-.;i..n Stadium. The .;il- o !vU it) • . Maleluent iS^s.'ci,. 

'Ihe I'HiJ ediiKdi ol the .il\wi.\^ u.ivs jolcrlul .and exc ilmi; tour- lluiiy Pack iS.'i.'.SiM. Siinyaia : 

c oloilul -Colden (lloves tourna- iiec is co-s[>oiisorefl b\- the" So. cSlli. .la.\ Cee. Mack iSsltn.'^ 

nieiit will be held the niLhls ol (.".il. Council of the P. tiai IViiih and Talkinc Pi inc f i'^."o. The ^ 

Feb. 1(1 and 21 ai the Olympic 'uid the 


Golden Gloves 
Slated Feb. 10 


.\uil.toi uiin. 


('ii.aniber of ("ommefce 


lIoIlvwcKjd Junior, .VIO pcK.I '.iros.ses STa.OSi,. \Vin-.i;>''ix 

M-:;-i-:,. 


j nin:t Jiumbers 


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CHOICE 


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;safema^ 


Cage Schedule 


§ 


«^f^<-TA" 


PERFia [ATi?;0 GUARAffTU 

you don f a^r-f tt t abiolu'c'v ; 
dei.c-ou\ ■« evfy *C¥ yot*' 
money will b« ceurtcobiiv f* 
funded 


You Can Be Sure It's Genuine USDA Choke Gov't Graded if It Bears USDA Choice Shield... 

Sjfc»jy Sells Oy Y USDA CHOICE Beef and Lamb! 

— —Wmi 


In tJie Western Sl.iies Cm- 
;H\e me f^j.^.p basketball acii-n linds 
>our number and said ,>ciu 
would help us " 
•■Well." ue coaxed. ' ..? will ,p^ (^,.,^„ Compton on Friday.' 


be glad to help .v^ui. What is 
%vrong?" ' i 


J, in. 19. : 

On Saturda\i. .Jan, 2i!. fileii- 


He dropped tly- bombshell. He ^,3;^ ^^p^,, cerntos. Tucsdav. ', 
had heard that aijou: M) nice.jg,,^ .3^ Pasadena fares P,eive,'| 
colored people irolfod a; t'o.x^^.,^^) Cerritcs lan-les with Los' 
and he wanted us to caM all of \ri' e'es 


MAN THIS MUST 6E 

THE PLACEI 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

Western Ave. at 3Sth Place 
RE. 1-1320 



Rams Set to Meet 
Harlem Magicians 

The Los Angeles Rani.s "Bas- 
ketball Teain." captained by 
Les Richter. and featuring: siicn 
performers as Jon .\rnett. La- 
mar Lunria and Dick Bass, uill 
meet the Harlem Magicians. 

^ headed by Marques Haynes, the 
world's greatest dribbler, in the 

^ft apenine: game of a gala doiihle- 
>.-?ader Friday night. .Tan. 19 at 

-W» 'he Sports .-Nrena. The Lakers 
A il! meet the New York Knicks 

■*/» in the second game of the dou- 
hleheader. First game starts at 

■•^ 7 p.m. i 



Sirloin 
Steaks 


W« c«r mUv Hm finest, tep •' Hi* ^94* U.S.D.A. 
C hotce. W* KiMirif icalty o^e b««f *e om*r« fendrr* 
revt aad flover. W* trtm eoch r«^*l cvt *m ^portmt^s 
oar ca^tomer^ mm ko«e«f #alM* 


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FfaH Meaty Cut 

• Aged to tender perfection 
• Trimmed for top value 


Save 31c 
a pound 


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Thursday, Jan. 18, 1962 

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Tlie California Eagle— 7 



CLUBS 


FASHIONS 


BRIDAL FAKTV GRKETINCi FKIKXDS — Shown at the Elk.'V. 

Auditoiiuiii fell' ."ng tljc weddi:i<: cfiTinony are niombers of the 
bridal ir.ily ui;'! the neWlywed.^. T'aey are Mauiecn Brown. Linda 
Frazicr, Ficidit .lohnson. P^dna Jones. Donna Johnson. C;K)fia 


Smith, Thelma Driver. Hazel Cuiry, Mr. and Mrs. Will Henry 
f '.rimes .Ir.. John Cavanauph. Mack Warmsloy, Lamar ■ Parker, 
John McCra\. .Joe Little, Louie Driver Jr. and Fred Driver. 

I Adams I. "* • 


Juaiiita P. Driver, Will H. Grimes, Jr. 
In Elaborate Fall Season Wedding 



WIT 

Hrath r 


-" liie brilliant Bishop M. G. 
.0. Ter.as. is shown officiatin,<:j 
■• ••:- p-^'-Jinc Dnvr and Wi' 


Henry Grimes Jr. la.st Sunday. The Bishop flew in 
from Texas to perform the ceremonies. (Adams) 



HKll). 


- .1 .O^iS r "4>iILIi->S - 'i iie Wei 

knowi' i 

V i\w'> 

'iiiiMly was link"d to th< Crinie.^ 

fannlv v'- 

:nd:i- 

'ly til- ni,,!,iHge of Juaiiila Pauline 

I^rivi ' :, 

\Vi!l 

lM:^iV Orini'-s .Jr-. Pieturod are fmrn 

Irff: ]■;,:-! 

-1. L 

M. Diivei. fnlher of -the'bride : y\v. 


nd .Mrs. Will }ienry (Jiimes Sr.. mother and father 
nf the 'j;room; .Mrs. L. M. Diiver: Mts. Vivian 
')river. ;nint of the biide; and Rushop ,\lason Drivei . 
:in(lr of the bride. (.Adams) I 



,,. . . , . ..i' », j,.l>'i>i[NG — Some of the friends 
wh(. filled th* pooular Saints Home Church of God 
in Christ last Sunday afternoon to witness the mar- 


riage of Juanita Pauline Diivei- to 
Grimes Jr. are i)ictured during the 


Will Henry 

ceremonies. 

(Adams) 


w.iily of .'^an 
oltuiatfd .Tt 
\\l'i'rh wfxp 


Wliito flduii-; rio( nratrd the 
alttir of the hi.-toi'ir .Saini.s 
Home Clnir( h of Clud in Christ, 
]4B0 K. LMth street, for the 
\\ericiint,' of .lu.iiiit,H Pauimc 
Driver and Will Heni^' CIi inie^ 
.Ir. The l)ri(le. iImu'^Iiu'I' of th'' 
proniiiKMit Bi'hop .'inii Mr-; 
I.oiiip M Driver, was rafiiart 
ill ,T white ("hanlilly tare iiown 
applifjiied with .Menron laee 
and emhroidered \\ith sred 
rienrK .\ <ry>f,il i lown held 
the white illusion veil and Miss 
Dtiver caiTiod a cascade Ixxi- 
quet of .Til white orchid.^, lily 
of the \alle\- and phaleonopsis 
orchids and a IIolv- Bible 

Mrs Thplina Driver, matron 
nf honiir. chose a full lencrth 
soft white satin; the brides- 
maids' gowiis were of white 
enilxissed satin P,ridesniaids 
were Maureen Blown, Lind.l 
Fiazier. FJdna .Tones, Donn i 
.Tohnson and (Jloria .'^miib. 
Ha/el CuiT\' was niaui of hon- 
or. 

Completing the hi idal party 
>vere John Cavanaach. hest 
man. and si.\ lushers : Mack 
Warn'sjev , Lamar Parker, 
.I'lhn .Mc(."iay. .Toe Little. I.oiiie 
I'>M\'^r .li . an.) Fred Oliver: 
T\\«i c'lndle :;irl« M.-osha W.)]- 
l^ne. .^Ia1V(• ruymiin mv\ 
Aiiiliea Newton: Pamel.t Wil- 
iKims and .^ii'^ila RedlilKifd. 
fl.isver mil-: and .Tames Bor- 
den. .Ir. and V. P.ric Tavlur, 
\'\w{. iK-arers 

Bish'.p M. (;. 
Aiiliinio, Texas 
the ; cr emdnies 
f.'llowed h\ a reception at llie 
f'.lks .\ii(lito\iuin 

.Tuanlta. a Ihiid uetiprniioii 
Diiver. iv .)• fdrnicr .Ipfferson 
lli':;li Sclio.)! uradtiate and \% 
a sialf men. her of ihe .fHoio 
I'.ei 111 d Cum[i..nv 

Toe 111 ide.'r(H)ni. si,n of Mr. 
:ind Mis Will lleniv '".lines 
<! ;< .lis,, A .Iclfeison TIi"h 
S. liiH.l yi :iiluatc. and is a 
i.,i.r V pc Mill ■ iliii 

The ^> ediiniL: v. .!■- under 'he 
dMClii'ii ii' \'i\ 1,111 Driver. 
('■Kjkic ilic T-'loiis!. airani^ed 
ilie llower dec orations arid pro- 
\ ided Ihe i aterinjj ai the re- 
lepiion V'. edi'iiic songs \^v\p 
siinL' l)v I^)■.e M. Bruce. .\n- 
ita F'loiodlii aud .lohn Carter. 
\t the c',n--ole or;;an was Ken- 
niMh {'i'eii;hton, 

p'lillcwiny a \iy\r'\ hiinev- 
ni.xm. the i iinple will l)e le- 
ceivint: their , friends at tlnMr 
'leanlifnl new apatlmenl. Ii9 
v.. l.'.id plHi p 


HoliyvA/Qod Club 
Honors \Aembers • 

P.adies (if the HoIIvwockI S'1- 
(lal and Civ k; Cliih held thei- 
regular meetiii'; in the home 
of Myrtle Rav 

ATemhers hcloimms; to the 
(jroup ten vears or more and 
five vears or more were given 
cash donations. 

Zella Porter is president C. 
I-ee. vice president: M. Crcv- 
/ier. finani ial secretary, Kath- 
leen Thoinpsiin, sunshine chair- 
iiian: ancj Pearl B. Mors;-, 
reporlPi . 

f",ne'-ls aHeiiclin; the nieet- 
inj were f U. (,t|ild and MtS. 
P. L Walkiiis 



BRIDK AM) GROO.M — The-neu Mr 
and Mrs. Wilt Henry Grimes Jr. aie 
shown cutting the wedding cake at 


their lavish recept:; 
marriage last Sund;-: 


■'lowing their 
■Iteinoon. 

(Adams) 



F.ATHEK OF TlIE BRIDE — Proud 
and prominent Bishop Louie M. Diiver 
is shown e.scorting his lovely daughter 


.()• the altar. The weddihg'' attVacted 
over seven hundred friends. (A(iams) 


Bill Snfiallwood 


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Fans of Gaiety 
Select Projects 

.\t the regular meeting of 
the Fans of Gaiety held last 
Sunday, at 1S37 W. 381 h place, 
members voted to support the 
Exceptional Children's Home 
and the N.\ACP 

Fiancis Vau.:lin. presi if-nt. 
presided over th" meetin.; an \ 
an.iouMccd '.hat l<o install. ill' i 
iif the rluhs cf.uers vvi'l he 
iie!d some time r.e.\t month. 


Xulfv Callnway .enrciule to 
tiiwn; she'll ic.nhei mate Cah 
here while he is dcjin'.: his an- 
nual tour Thev're alw.ivs over 
at l\lois Davis'. luL:KaL;e, 
l.iuglis and all Teddy Jones, 
who came to town fcir I lie huli- 
ciavs. goes on to Berkelev to 
school. Mary Matthews enter- 
tains her clul) at hrid'-'e iuncli- 
eon Sat. Allied .\ils met Su:i. 
with Hoi»re I.«vy. Sun. party 
hosts were the Curtis Thomp-s 
sons. The (;irl Friends met 
.N'lon. with Kclilli Houston. 

(iwcn il;iiI civcr her virus ' 
(nil den lakes a I'M'tliiia' Ki:d. 
iT9'. The Sal Aflei ii.kmi Cluh 
will be catheniii; .s"^at. .it Mii- 


i.iin .\!althev\ s'. l.iihan Mi - 
Keel's housgucsts were lici 
sister and hrother-in-law . ilu- 
\M. Scotts il^norei of Omaha, 
It vv.is Portia Ciaic who in- 
sialled the new offic^ei's of the 
Marionettes last Sun. at Marie 
Smitlt's. Sun. also vva.s Martha 
Brown's hahy shower for Hor- 
tense Ridley. , ' 

BIRTHDAYS, BIRTHDAYS 
Any. Loren Miller birthdays 
Sat., ditto Eddie Atkinson and 
Pauline Slater cm the iieNt dav 
iL'tr Billye Miller on the lj2n(l. 
and Wesleen Foster and Maud 
liriiaclv on the 2Z-<\. Pitts- 
lmr::h's glamoious llrace Pdtt 
and Ihe Billy Butlers (tiiey 


were a I I.U'i.i nickm.an s( 
said ta-la to our tmvn and 
stUkk out for ic c-ccivPier) 
Siv.okv Town, after a trio of 
weeks herealiojjt. ■ ' 

Dana Depru.v (she's l.aaZoia 
I^lvv ell's sister I was taken off 
Ihe critical list at C.eneral 
Hosp. and placed' oir the seri- 
-cnis roster: she was in that 
trrue.some accident when her 
daughter Dart Stewart was 
thrown through the windshield.. 
When Clotilde and Allen 
Woodard stopped in NYC en-' 
route home from thre^ months 
cf Europe llif.v won. a vvliole 
heap of pri7.es on i'hp "Play 
Your Hunch ' T.V, program. 


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N. 


We're of 
DoDo to l;i 
steak, lor :n 
rombo of fori 
norm'' and ' 
They utt 
\erne Bake 
Cojne H/irve 
Me Smilh. 
(J')rie." T - 
and his \ 
bappy h'u: 
■ The Ku<' i 

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DELTA DANCE COIMITTEE — Members of 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority are shown as they 
greeted hundreds of guests during their annual for- 
mal held during the past holiday. Attractive Deltas 
who worked for the success of the affair are pic- 
tured from left: Pearl Monroe, Elaine Dilahousic, 


Janie Mitchell. Ruth Taylor, co-chairman \ Judith 
McElroy, dance chairman. Nedra J. Wagner and 
Lois Peak. (Committee members were elegantly at- 
tii-ed in stunning gowns of the holiday season. 

I. \ dams) 


I..A. AI.l'MNAE OFFICKR.S — Son.nty leaders 
i(;in hand.s to symbolize teamwork in "G2, during 
the Delta fonnal. Thuy are from left: Jo Ann Law- 
son.^ L.A. Alumnae, Wihna WilMitiiis, jir^.'^idcnt of 


rp.-ilon. Sybil Thomas, historian, L.A., Myra Martin., 
|!.'~csident of Pi; Jacquelyn Snead. journalist, L.A. 
-Xlumriae and Jerolean ■ .Sneed, ]iresident of L'A.' 
Alumnae. .(.Adams) 




Eaqle 



MANY BOWS — Delta dance chan- 
man received many thank.s for a won- 
derfully arrajiged annual ball at the 
Aragon Ballroom. She is I'ictured with 


her » husband and friend. Shown from 
left: Cecelia Wilson, Exlward McElroy. 
nnd Mrs. >'c.rJr(iy, dance chairman. 

(Adams I 



Thursday, Jan, 

Deltas in 
Sparkling 
Formal Bal 

.^oiith,!,)!iil p:ir'\- li'Ois are ; 
.sii!l --.av'.HL: alni's! (•Mir weeks i 
,i;ei- neii I .siun..-i Theta .siir- ! 
nril> held IN '.JiH''! m - tnn;. al '■ 
•1 U:c [iliish .\raL^iri H.ilhodin i 
in ."^.m'a M 'iiic a. ihat il ^ill lie j 
mans a Ion,: ii.i\ hef'ne uiies'^ 
li)ri;et the elc.;anl aUair 

The annual e\ent Uiokecl for- 
ward to by the culleLje woman 
.soeial set j.s a Delta affair 
uhich offifially rinses out one 
ye.ir s ael:\ities anfi launches 
annther. 

I)i>!'a nienilievs ueie retj.Tl 
' ri siift red ai:d utiite u'Avns as 
ihey Ljrecled thoKsands allend- 
inu' the W'Hite Chnsimas affair 
while ' ;ei:i|d Wilsnn's hr_' band 
enti'rtamecl with nian> Wall/es 
ai.d l.iiin nuiiibers. .As the 
hnui's L'lew into iiiornini'. Jhe 
twist hec.ime the p)pul.ir jiuni- 

t.ei. 

P!<inil)il\ a' midiiuht the 
ti aid [il.i'.ed the siu orily's 
sueethe.irt ^'int; .and as Net> 
phytes weie iMtrndui ed. niem- 
lx»rs (if the DeLja in stunninK 
■,-(i\\ps nf red and while formed 
I 1 in li- on the ballroom flwr 
IloTHied with the twuikhnu 
lights. 

.bidiih Mri;h(i\, L'litteiini; in 
a \-.biie .own ,and i hainnan (if 
■|i' (l,ir':c e. :;reeied tiio '_'uests 
a;"i(} applause': 



rH.\iR>i% 

lace Will. 
League C; 
the annu: ■ 
is slated f| 
p m. Bt .1 
Communr 
ne» wiii 
—A Kew 


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lNTK()I)rCTI()\S-J-Durmg the gay holiday fi^rmal 
in Santa Monica's Aragon Ballroom, the Di'lla Sig- 
ma Sorority also used the occasion U> introduce its 
(Jolden Anniversary Committee which will plan the 
celebration of Delta's 50th yodr. Members are pic- 


tured with the annual formal dance chairman. From 
'•ft: Zclma- Bell, Naomi Minor, Marjorie Wilkins, 
."'adine Hudson, Miriam Canty, Judith McEfroy, 
dance chairman and Ddrothy Fawcett, Golden Anni- 
A'ersarv chairman. (Adams) 



•!i 


Del 


M'll 


.'liHli birt!i(l,a-. Mi 


NEW DELTA MEMBERS — Flash- 
ing sweet smiles and winks during thf 
annual formal are some of the newesi 
Deltas honored at the formal. From 


left are: Gloria Wilkins. PYances Ste- 
[jhens. Betty Luby,; Theresa Willis. 
Sandra Carter and Jean Kersey. . 

(Adams) 



BETWEEN US GALS — Delta mem- ing gay holiday formal which attract- 
ber Sybil Harrison chats with friends ed hundreds of guests. (Adams J 

u ^ry E. Reeves and Ann Powell, dur- 


Install New 
Doll League 
Club Officers 

Tiie D il I,(M.-iie C'bai iiy 
Cliib ( liosc li) have an iiistnlla- 
lion dinner thi^ \ear to wel- 
1 oni,- its new iiie-ident. The 
ilinnei'. a d.'liuliiliilly eay af- 
l.iir, WHS held .it the Memory 
I. ape (111 w (■•-t .sania liubara 
a\onue, .saiiiid.av e\eiiint;. .Ian. 

"i:; 

The I 'lib s ■, iiL'oii;.' s i.ial 
ch^'irman. I'.o^ihe ll.awkins. 
flid .1 niaL:nili<-eiil loli di>corrit- 
ini,' the b.anquct table, with a 
centeriilece of rarnaliops and 
blue spra>ed >:iiealyptus 
le.i\es. 

.She used b.andfiils of 2'/' 
dolls to ( irr> out the theme 
(if the eluh. ,ilso i oiorful holi- 
da.\' de( illations down the 
length of the table since the 
Leaf,'uers exchange yearly 
gift.s at th's time. 

Att.\. ("lispus Wright in- 
stalled the new officers, dwell- 
ing briefly upon the rlub's" 
hackuround, its pet project, the 
Christm.as party for under- 
privileged children, and the 
ot.her a. livities undertaken 
\ early by the club. 

American Forum 
Presents Topic 

The \ew American Forum 
will' present its mr>nthly pro- 
Kram at the Veinon Library. 
4.504 S. Central avenue, on Fri- 
day, Jan. 19. from 7 to 9 p.m. 

We.sley Clale announced thij 
week that spe.akers will in- 
clude Chris ChetsanRB and 
Godfrey KeSse. who will pre- 
.sent the African view on the 
topic: "The African L,ooks at 
the American Negro." 

Fred Johnson, T>r. Marcus 
MeBroom and Thomas Allen 
will speak on behalf of Ameri- 
can Negroes. 



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P\T{.\MID PLEDGE CLLTB — Cuny Pledge Club 
■members added delightful atmosphere to the Delta, 
Sorority's annual formal, serving as hostesses at 
the gay affair. Pictured from left: June Davis, Ro- 


.■^ctte Lawrence, Caroline Minor, Patricia Butler, 
. Aharon Curhmings, Rayne Street, Verda Alexander 
and Greta Griffin. (Adams) 


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JACKCUUMd 


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Oxnard and Ventura 
County Happenings 


By Frankie Nash Smith 


get in touch with metnbership 
Chairman Barnard Brown or 
Pres. Charles Jenkins. 

The Braxton Tatums wel- 
comed a second son into the 
family Frida^^ Jan. 12, - 

.\ Note of Thanks to Our 
Many Friends'-^r am lost for 


words to e.NpiVss my grateful- 
ness and thanks to my many 
readers, friends, and neigh- 
bors for their bioughfulness 
and loving kindness shown me 
during the tragic shock I ex- 
p>erienced in the death of my 
husband, Richard. 


THE 
PLAYS I 
AT 01 


Mr. and Mrs. Bamarti 
Brown had friends in Suniiay 
evening. Jan. 14, compliment- 
ing Lt. William Powell and 
wife, newcomers to the city. 
Lt. Powell will be stationed at 
Point Mugu for the year. Those 
dropping by to welcome the 
couple into . our circle of 
friends were: The John Macks. 
Rev. and Mrs. Lee Hender- 
son, the Fred Joneses, the 
Whiles and Browns of Ventura, 
also the Harmons. Harry Al- 
fords, Gilbert Calhouns, Wal- 
ler Reddicks. the Goons and 
Die Clinton Tatums. 

The 20th Century Onyx Club 


held its monthly business meet- 
ing at the home of Margaret 
Tatum on Saturday. Jan. 13. 
Plans are in the rnaking for a 
Sweetheart Ball, to be given 
foi; the entertainment of teen- 
age groups in our community; 
date for the ball to be set as 
near Valentine day as possi- 
ble. 

Margaret, the perfect host- 
ess, (as usual I served a very 
tasty and well en.joyed repast. 

As you know NAACP mem- 
bership drive is \jell uridcr 
way. and if you have any 
doubts whaI<4oever about what 
\ype of membership you want. 



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New York Scene 


Thursday, Jan. 


196: 


The California Eagle— 9 


UASiN STUF.KT KAST 

We're off and runninj; a_i;:!in tor the New Year, so we tcKik 
DoDo to Basin Street East lt>r dinner (Chinese for her ami I 
steak for me. > an.l the sIvav which featured the talented small 
oombo offerings of the .■>Iit(hcll-Kuff Trio, pi a\inu; "A Lazy Afier- 
noon" and "Po<ir Liiil;^ llu h C,iv\'' dui'iii^' "their .smooth set. i 

They were follow C(i hy La- "| 

Verne Baker, sin-in-. •■Xikita,If" "Thafs Jazz." ••Hit^h So- 
Come Home." a trii)iiic to Bos-|ciPty Calypso." and many of hi.sj 
sie Smith, and "After You'vel'^'t record numt>er.s. 
.Gone." Tlif^n I.,oiii> .Vriiivirimi;^ Tlic entire urmip h.id .solo-,. Inn 
and his .Nil-.^ta'.-. t:'r 'icd l!Te'm'V-ll\- they worn liy, iro:i)l)'ii- 
' happy housp t > ins •.rrvnn^ ot.i^st. Triimmy ^ <»iiii;;, pl:llll■^l. 
"The Buokcl s (",>it .\ Wo'.c Iiiil'.illy Kyle and an exccllrr.i 

- liriiiiinior. Duniiy Barcelona. A 

I sin[)ri^e tre.'it was the newosi 
; addition t(i "Pops ' a-cre-aiu'ri 
.1 hcilthy yoLitin suiir-itv,- sin_c! 
I from that gixxi Bajnisi sciioi)!', 
Houston's own, .Miss .leut-l 
Brown. 

KI.I.A FIT/(.KRAI.I) IK AST 

VoS nre t;oir.'4 t.i hear aliini! 
;!i!S now I^it'.eiiy roioidm.; arl- 
.-;l wli,. san-. •'.Ml Of Mo," 
"Can't Help Lovin' That Man." 
.aid "The Saints." rockin.,' and 
plcasin.-T h'r intent listonors. 
Currenil.v its llio First La(l.\\ 
Miss rllla Fitz^cradl, plus ti;f^ 
^ly I'.rown Trio, hildini; tin 
..;n a! Basin Sirtrt Fiasl. 
Al'Oi.l.t) SHOW I'.OnS- 
.'\l>o f ;'iuhl liio Cniiiit Biisic 
Show at the .Apollo, and thoui;.: f 
l'a>ie himself Ifi,! i ii:)d'\- a' 
CHAIRMA.V _ Thelma Wal- '-■^>^''^- ■'<'^'^- so ""ly played ,.n. 
lace Wilhams of the fri-an l^'^^r^c h-^^^^L 'h^ slu.v w.-^- 
League Guild Is chairman of :' '"7- "^^ ''''"■''' ''">' ^""•"f' 
the annual forum series which l'^'- ^^P^ >» "■"):■'- ^^''Vi^ "*'" 
.is slated for Jan. 21. at .3,30 assistance of Co<>i. and Broun. 
p.m. at the Wests.de Jewish P'''^ ^^''"- "';rfe>^^e Allen ^ 




MIRIAM MAKEBA 
ASHGROVE STAR 
OPENS JAN. 23 

M1IH.\M M.XKKBA. the Afn- 
c:in sm.ror who stunned Los .-Vn- 
'-clos audjt'iKos I;st sam.iner 
S rlurincr appcaranres at the - 
(iiccic Jhoairr wiih IlHrr.v Bela-. 
f'lnte. will .1)0 .Hi the Ash Grove 
I'lr a lim'itcii .', week en2:a-ge». 
nipit bd-.riiiiL: J.muai-> 23.. 
I This o'luiue lilciidirr.: • f sinp- 
:cr, actios^ ji'vl M.sii.d h;s»,>rmn 
[[>' ■' '-.: <•:■■' cni:;!! c \s as [;,si ^jio- 
'li(f.| h>' .\':ii'!lr,.il.- WOf'll >,lii-i- 

.im \'. .!s piaMir: a Ir.iiurcd rofip 
•1 '.'('j:inr l)::, k .Xfi'u.;).'.' 'a ino\- 

p \\l:i<'ii V .■:•, tho'C' li'i -s .\\vard 
it the V. ■■•,.-.■ •!-';!--i K.'v'V.al. ° 

MI 1.1. .i:r:ri:i\ i:*!) * 

Tndcr v;:-\. •:■'' .-■ , ■, ,. b \ 'l..,7 « 
"^-ix 'iin' '■! .:i>l ;.■!'!> Hfe'lc- 
ii.r.le: s-.v ici- .••!, 1 \,Miv ^., jm-" 
[irr ss'.d liiO 1 .',. I \ I ;'■ - ,•,' ,| she 
i .was in\iiivi Im c. ■ r.r +^ •'■•.■ f. s. 

'■> apt ! . S .' r] o;r.' I i...ii> (,n ■■ 
thn s.,.ve Ail-n Snw. • iho:i 
p'ay.-d at C, -.'.,'.. n'.s X'^ll.-. o Van- 
'.:i:Mrd. and fiaa''\- iv.f,,-; f.iniil- 
:ai' 1') 1.. .\ Ml .iicn'ese ''lured .• 
w rii L.'l.'ii-in!" ,-!i^d ,! '1 ro- 
'■' '■'■ I'd 1.' al .ii|(.i":i. p : :-d ( ; il,. 
■ d a.-tiai:n. 


■ Community Center. The se- 
' lies will be o!ij ".-\utomation 
—A New Challenge." 


[dancers, new band vocalist. 
! Irene Reid (who had the house 

I (Continued on.Page 12) 




PlOPLE 


ahcl PLACES 


Ml-< M: 
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f:'..;n .l:iy 
the lull -M 
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MITF: ATR(K"IT1KS - Kn- pected from the downtown po- 
rnt;ed rhmniuniiy citizens are licemen if you happen to have a 
suKRestins: that nothm^: l>e mixed party m your home I 
■ touched in the house at 1474 W. I H.VX.\ CILVX -- .Sloe p\ed 
|3Tth street. Let thinfis remain ^vith a cotf?ecream complexion 
^as is and hold open house dailyland an hS^irRlass figure, is the 
;and nightly to let all Negro 'terrific dancer-stiipper be i n k 
citizens see what might 'be ex-|fe,-itured at the Intermission 


Cliil) and witli thp ir.;lt breaks well knmn Xe-ro d.tfci,,,- -,p. 
she c'uld berciiiie the L'liAMi- pp.irpd .'It ihe li.' ,1111.: :iu<\ hxM: 
.skin Sally K.ar.d: ffie .stand to s.ave Fn\ Hiils Cliib.i 

«.0()F B.M.I.S -- N>--ro rolf- "le club wJiicli biMerly apposed 1 
ers fiKhttng td' nienibei ships -in, -'''^cro memberships! '. ,1 

Kox Hills Club please ^note: ai S.A.M COOKF; — Sintrcr. artor 
representative from Western ' and recordin:? artist, rirK>sn't 
States (iolf Association and al (Continued on Paee lo) 


WiMtever You Have to Do 
Do It On- 
Western Avenue 

SEE THOSF 

COnON BOYS LIQUORS 

RE. tl-1320 


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DO COME TO 



HO. 2-8771 


NOW APPEARING 

REDD FOXX 

NORMA MILLER and her 
JAZZMEN 

6507 Sunset at Wdcox Hollywood 


* Where All Good People Meet ... WE OPtN AT 6 A.mT 


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DANNY BROWN & DOC BENNER PRESENT 

2I2 HOURS OF 

EYE TEASING MUSICAL COMEDY 


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8s ProoS'Vietiiei mlLrndtiona; Imports-Los Angeles -Sole Agent* .•■', 


RALLY FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES 

GUS HALL- Communirt Pa.ty Representative 

PARK MANOR BALLROOM — 607 So. V^estern Ave. 

FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1962 — 8:15 P.M. 

QUESTION PERIOD — REFRESHMENTS 

Generzl Admisiion — 9ec Students & Unemployed — 25e 

Auspices: Commlilse to Fight the McCarran Act 


FE MALE 


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FRIDA?.AND SATURDAY _ OPEN AIL NIGHT 

Paul & Charles 

mmiMi LOUNGI 


OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY 

ElABORATE FASHION SHO'/^S 

EVERY WEDNESDAY 


EDGAl? CHARLES 


4900 W. Adams at Rimpou 
RE. 4-83S2 



PAUL SMITH 


<'*^^»**»**<^'<W*W«^»WWWWW»W»W*WWA«AAWW^ 


Los Angeles 
Hollywood 


SHAKESPEARE 

837 S. Pf.'k Viev.' (Tir'-r-s at Ail Mui'jal Ticket Agencies 


Festival 
Theatre 
2N0 MONTH! 


Saturdays 8:15 pm IfyM^ni IIJC' 
2 20-1.65-1.00 V.»mMi;i!n!£ DU 3-7453 -OL 4-3687 


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THEATRE [ 

322 W. fAt "S at BROv'-OVVAY 




— Direct from New York City and Starring - 

LYNNE CARTER (Reservations: HO 2-1259) 

Nightly 830 - 8 A 10 45 Sat _ 3 ^ 8 30 Sun. 

ELCAPITAN - 1735 N. Vine St. 

JUST NORTH OF HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD 

your LIVING ROOM - 2636 Crenshaw Blvd. 

Fine Liquors Kors' d'oeurves 

Ladies Night Every Wednesday 

your host -CLAUDE DUKE 

Parking in rear — Sports Events TV 


WALTER JOSEPH MILLER Sez: "Next Time Make a Date To Enjoy th-^ 

BliGAL MOTEL ^^^^^ 



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• DAILY FRC.M S2 UP • WEEKLY FROM $8.75 UP • LOW MONTHLY RATES • FREE PARKING 
815 East 6th Street at Gladyce Street Walter J. Miller, Manager MAdison 5-7671 


JOHN COLLINS SEZ: YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO ENJOY 


COLLINS^ 

RESTAURANT ANt> COCKTAIL LOUNGE 


TOMMY TUCKER'S 

PLAYROOM 

DINERS CLUB S AMERICAN EXPRESS 
_ . CARD^ ACCEPTED _ 

CbCKTAILS^ FINE FOOD 

4907 W Washington uK 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. WE. 6-3730 



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Private Dining Rm • Gourmet Rm O Gottiam Rm 



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^-^-- SOUTHERN HOME COOKING -v^- 
The Haryest Grill ""LIT"" 

Breakfast Served All Day with Hot Biscuits 
Dinners — Plenty of Food Reasonably Priced 

Owned and operated by New Greater Harvest Baptist Church ,lnc 

OPEN FOR BUSINESS ] 


i 4771 W. ADA/V^S at PALMGRGVE KE 1.1468p _ 

A/^AKE EVERYDAY YOUR HOLIDAY AT THE RUBAIYAT ROOM 

Outstanding Artists appearing as Guest Performers every Monday Niie . . 

-k JANUARY 22 -- 'SONNY' CRISS .^.:?J ^ 
• JANUARY 29 - TEDDY EDWARDS ^1 r'>^ 

SWINGING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ) -> ',:! k^"^ 


Marvin Jenkins Im 


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SMITH'S BARBEQUE 


surrin, ALAN FREED- JIMMY CLANTON 
SANDY STEWART • CHUCK BERRY 

The Lats Ritciile VAl£HS • iirfa 'l<m • EJi; COM • SMI 

: ; /; ii>.Sj . P' PJPaES • W:J "ttlPffili I 

-PLUS SEC J GIANT FEATURE- I 

JM IIB? ME :' ""Ti.;-i;u.i,ivo,iio,r'| ^'^* ■ " d DAKDCyUC 1 

fOnniSI'iHInlTn'rnUnSc ! ' "' ■ ""^ urtoM. ^^.ln m,- smoi Wilmington watts lo 7-6i38l 



SMITH'S BARBEQUE 


• DELICIOUS FAMILY DINNERS - ENJOY XMAS DINNER WITH US 
IT'S ALWAYS FUN FOR EVERYONE AT BILL WATKINS' 

RUBAIYAT ROOM in the 

HOTEL WATKINS RE. 2-8111 

ADAMS AT MANHATTAN- PLACE 



fVERYONE'S MAKING IT TO . . . 

EARL BOSTiCS 

FLYING FOX 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT 

SPECIALIZING IN FINE FOODS 

AND MELLOW DRINKS 

0[3^n For Lynchechs & Banquets — Pmer^ & Ca'te Blanc Caids 

JIMMIE JACKSON, MGR. 
UNLIMITED PARKING - FRONT AND REAR 

OPEN 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Daily 

"724 WES^ SANTA BARBARA-AX 3-5544 

VV2 BIks. West of Crenshav/ in Fashion Village 
leimert P*rk — Crenshaw Area's Newest "Go Place" 



EARL BOStiC 


OPEN DAILY EXCEPT. MONDAY 



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58TH & BROADWAY 
MARTY'S ALL STARS 


FEATURING TONY BAZLEY, DRUMS; WILLIAM GREEN, AITO-TENOR-CLARINET-FIUTE, 

plui the incomparable Art Hillary at the Organ c'^ 

PRESENTING FINEST MUSIC NITELY 9 P.M. TO 2 P.M. 


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ATTENTION: Social Clubs, Church Groups, Sororities, Fra- 
ternities, Civi^ Organizations!!! . . . 

NOW OPEN FOR YOUR AFFAIRS 

• Banquets • Meetings * Parties * Dances 

Marty's Candle Light Room and Candlelaba Hall 

Call Sandy Sanford (11 a.m. to 2 p.m,) 
fof Reservations ... PL. 3-0318 


MATINEES SUNDAY 5:00 P.M. to 2 A.M. Phone: PL. 3-0318 


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IN.ST.\M.S .\t;\V OFFICKH.S- -Suave /lUv. Ciis|Hi.s 
A. \ViiL;iU. finiii ciiU'! . .smiles liillo\vin<^aii iiis]tiiiiif^ 
iiislallaiiou inMuss to thf new offU't-is ol the p()|iii- 
lar- Doll Leajjiie Club, Inc. Olficors seated were fi'oni 
let I : Fa ye Wagner, seigeant-at-arnis, Kslelle Wain- 
wti<,'hl. treasure)-; Ksther Howatd. eoiresiiondinj^ 


si I ietai> ; Kuvalda Morris, refurding ^5ee^elary; 
Kthel I'll ktti. luiduiial seer«-tary; Maiguerite Chaf>- 
man, jirrsMli-nt, shown reoeivinji the <;avel from 
Ally. V\'i ii^ht ; Lulu Hind\, out-£;ointi jiresident; 
Kinina Adams; Hi len Sniitii: Xellie Bi'own, patlia- 
nientai ian: find Kuth Mali. (Adamsl 


>IF1>I( AF HISTOHV — Mrs Margo 

Wilkins Siir.lh. third finni rii;ht, this 
week [iresented :i bork on tlie role of 
Negro doetors ui the lievelupment of 
Texas to the Pioard of Diiectois at 
Ross Medieal Center to be added to 
the center's library. Mrs. Smith's fa- 


ther. Dr. Thomas H. Wilkins. was oik- 
of the 'ploll'-ei il.iet.iis .1 the South. 
From I'ft Di. D ()vfr.~tn.t lliav. Dr. 
Mayo DeLillv. Di . Kdwaid W. SUal- 
ton. Dr. !.<'; n F'anUs. Mrs. Smith. I^r. 
Mitchell I', rara and Di . Lero\ R. 
We.k.'s. 



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Following up an invit.'i' una! wue ;■ in musieai scor- 
er DFMITHl TsO.'MKLN, wt- ;ittcrded a oivview simwing 
of ;i poignant new lilm l;!l.'d "U'-ih>.u! l""..'rli Other" F"r i- 
viay ni;:i-.t at tlit^ S'-iecn Dii.' \iir< (luild Mieater. The 'dm 
was uritti-n .a!id liirn ;. !_b\ .\v.> ppHiigunis youths (age 

-' ; ' .itiil -11. Mild I I- .! ■ ,' 1 ! !• . ;^ 

; 01,. ..: eir .... -- ■n.N\ ■; '■' ''■■ ^ ^' '• -"'^■''kk. 

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uluuv .1,1 Ai;m r.i:iipht^ll ami :'•'' -'V ■■<■''■ A:eiti:: ri;.,,.' 31 

The C'aiiillac-,- .11 ilu' |k\. "i lo >'\, ii.i'i --il -.nal! lalk vMiI , .-rr 

,liiinn>' (.'■," le.im.'il vviili \...;':t: .A.NTIIOW, w :i':-,,c .'-.•••i-i- 

■ SpcihiiI Tnr.e .\r.)uriir!. >:ac- u\c ;><ii i; a.', al in i-m' "iMi will 

Vine T'eliliie lle\n.ild.s :n ikc iiin: an (U. -v i"' i-U 


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N((\v iiih .JhslhK IIXIH 

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il ::. ' .; ini' lla Kin" w is 

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EDWIN PEARL Proudly Presents 


MIRIAM KiAkcBA 

• HARRY BELAFONTE S MUSICAL DISCOVERY 


PLUS RENE HEREDIA, Great Flamenco Guitarist 


JANUARY 23 TO FEBRUARY 18 EXCLUSIVELY AT . . . 
The Ash Grove 8162 Melrose Avenue OL. 3-2070 


"NEXT TI\*.E ENJOY YOUR ". ASTE AT MY FIACE 

DYNAMITE JACKSON'S 


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COC KTAIL LOUNGE -4460 WEST ADA.MS BLVD 

^■^■■^ SWINGING NIGHTLY -EXCEPT TUESDAY —wi^-B^ 

CURTIS AMY 

Special Surv Matinee 4 to 7.30 PM Jam Se; on Mon Nite 

GUMBO E ERY FRIDAY • OPEN EVERY NIGHT • RE 1-7610 

ATTEND OUR JAZZ SESSIONS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT 



NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SSP.VE YOU BETTER 

• Brake Tune-Up Specialists ^ Free Pick-Up, Delivery 
spec:.aL fr£e cvv.:.\e ci:a:Ming with '"'^rjcaticn 
HENRY LEZINE'S MOBIL SERVICE STATION No. 1 ^2^ 

1921 S. CENTRAL AVE Rl. 8-6824 "^pZ^fo'"' ^^^'' 

Use Your Ban'-- -^ericrd We Give S 8 H Green Stamps "^" 

Next Time Drive Into Henry Lezine's Mobil Station No. 2 

5527 SO. CCMPTON AVE. northwest cone of 56.h st, AD. 3-0172 

WE GIVi; BLUE C-1!P STAMPS ROBERT BOB' TURNEY, JR . . . Night Manager 

• FiriEST AUTO & TRUCK REPAII^S BY JAMES SCOTT 



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Lucky Lager has a straight-forward quality, a 
"character" you ju.<t don't get in other beers. There's 
nothing like it to satisfy a man's thirst. Knjoy the 
fiijie tia\»or of .■(■((/ lager beer — Lucky Lager. 


LUCKY 



the [ea] lager beer 



NFW SFPPOKTFK OF S-AFFTV v \M\(js Norfolk. \ irginia 

!;''altor and business iiiaii Maurici '•.'. t'olleti extreme rigiit, le- 

i\fs an explanation of .Safet\ ^ < ■; vice:- imm Mts. .Mildred 

i\ei , !ec>-pf:oni.-t. .Ms, William .le -, I'ubl ' He.ilii ! )e[iartinen; . 


Wa.shmgtun. D.C.. visiting I, os Angeles, with, Mr, Collette. and Vie. 
I'lesideiiL Albert Hampton ol Safety, aie also shown. -The iWo men 
aie on a lour of tiie euuirLi\- and mi lu.led Safely Savings offices 
among the businesses they wee interested m studying. 




.X.NOTIIKK FIHST Ceorge Kirbv. cuii<-ntiy mak- 
ing it with Hait\- Belalonte at \"egas' Riviera 
Hotel, has become one of the outstanding comedians 
111 the country and will- be the lust ( lub member 
comeilian to ht featured -at the Fopacabana in New 
Yolk, whi a he o|i<'ns an engagement there on .May 
.'!. Kiiby. a Douto Records favorite, will ap|K'ar on 
the bill With singing star Bobby Datiii. 


CONCERTS, INC PRESENTS 


i 

GEORGE 

SHEARING 

QUINTET 


PACIFIC 


THE 

FOUR 

FRESHMEN 

America's Furiniest Comedienne 

JACKIE 'MOMS' MABLEY 

—Special Guest Star- 

NANCY WILSON 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 l^ 

TICKETS: $4.75, 3.75, 2 75, 2.00 AT 

So. Cal. Mys.c Co. 737 S.. Hill St., All Mutual 

Tici<et Agencies, Music City Stores, U.S.C. Ticket 

Office, House of Sight ar.d Sound, Van Nuys. 

For Information Phone MA. 7-1248 

Mail Orders— Please Send Self-Addressed Stamped 

ivelope to: Mutual Tk» Agy.. 737 S. Hill St., LA. 14, 

Pr&duc»d tn Af»ocinr,cn with Roy Rovin 

SHRINE AUDITORIUM 


lfsKo«l,Mant 

Drinks from 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

We»»«rn Ave. •! 35th Pi«c* 
RE. 1.1320 


Those Cotton 

Boys Liquors 

Open Daily 6 a.m. -2 a.m. 

Western Ave. at 35th Pi. 

RE. 1-1320 


SAVE 

AT THE 

NEW 

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RATE 


Effective 
January Isf, 
1962 


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PER 
ANNUM 


DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY 

Accounts Insured Up To $10,000 

Funds Received By the 10th 

Eorn from the 1st 


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FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION' 

BROADWAY AT 45TH.E.OSANGEt.ES 37. CAt-IFORMt A • ADAMS 


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No. 449-6IS 


'In the Superior (".iirt of II-,?-- 


ihe said decedfiit to file -^aiJ, TTj ; 

rl.iiiTis in Iho olfice«c)f tlv (.erk! \ »I'KK Ol" l!r:Aiil.\(,- OV 

.if liie aluiesaid cuurt cr t,) pi.- rhrriTION l-OU :\{!):;.VrK 

-.(■nr ihi'm to tfi" uivkTsi-jiU'd 


REUASLE 


CI- VlM,;, 

■State of California, .n and lor" ""' ''""" ^^ '^■' .Stanlcn R .Ma- No. :.-,!ls.-, 

the Ocintv of L.,s .Xn-clc- l,i''"'^'' ■''' -^-' -^ '""^ Wes'.'rn li li- >ni. .,;-:■ Cou. t ol th 

the iMallrr of tno F^taii' ,,f •'^^ '•'"-"' '" "i'" Ot>. oi I .o.s \n-i<\^.u- oi Cain-ni,:. in ,ind !-r'_$500 to S50 000 


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 

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t RK\K ESTATE FOR SALE ' Th.jrsriav; Jan. 18, 1962 

11; lS.*.i"rlS SI l.Vl i)i,\:i ' ' '■' -^ 


The California Eagle— 1? 


ADA CORDON, also km.wn as 
ADAj T. liORDON. • :!s . I.i;.;v,n 
a.<i ADA lONK CORJXA, Do- 
cea.sed. 

Notice is heieii> 
creditors lia\i;u r!a 


Mor. 


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■ ■■•<. o,\.ic(!. RL MKM. 

ISTs — 2NDs — 3RDs Corner, 2 Larc;3 Stores, i''..t(.\i. \,?r i. \ i.n 

'• -.r i; .'iL'.') W .Mill .-^I. f J\\ ne; 
il') i SV71 .., « . 


EVELYN CLEAKE.IS INCORPORATED 

Personal-ied Service 

3441 yVest 6th Street L-s Angeies DUnkirk 2-1442 


4 — 1 Dadrocm Apts 

•Jcs'ciirs, Pius Stucco .,:,.., ,^^;,^;^,^,„ ,.„ , 


\n^' U"-. In 
V, huh !at;.-r office is the place iic Mare- .f iv f:siate of -CALL MON. CASHTt-|UR 
ri iiii.nie>^ ol ilie i;:!d( rs' ,'n.-<l II'I,I\ 1, l'll!llli'< !iece;-ed I ^■''H GOOD ThLL Doi'-bl?, Lorge. BaS3-, i".:."'--:. iv ar''" ffi1n>- -l-'.,]! ! , v 

,> a.:ainsl [^'^ ■■■'■^->^'<y xou.-hers i uisl 1.,. I,-, i,,- ih- lYoh ,ie of ihe Wiil | _COMBINE ALL DEBTS' *""" I — "-- C770 cr. 


ATTENTION PARTY & CLUB GROUPS 

GRIFFITH PARK BIKE RENTAL 

- SCHWINN SAI.ES & SERVICE 

Tandems • Lighfwe'ght • Middleweiqlit 

3171 Los Feli:z Blvd., Los A:;geles NO 5-9589 


the said decedent i.) tile said 


filed 


oresaid f 4+rt^* .iho\ en inied de. ea^e.d 


tion. Income $772.50 \ ^v\i 


1 LOAN-l LOW PY/V'.T. 
-3 & 5-YEAR 2ND's 
TRUST DEED LOANS 
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claims in the ofj:ce of the ■< lerki""^'" "'"^ months after the first and !oi fae issuance of l.etlei-, 

of the aforesaid^ court Ol- t, pre-'?'''"''" ■""'" ""^ ''""■' "' '!'*'■ Testanienlars iherc.n to the 

sent them lo ;he uroi^ -iL:ne;i I'alcii I)ec Jh. 19i;i lietitMiniM- lo wha-ii reo>ience ;- 

at the office of ^ililke; .*;• l^ljilanp - I.ORKN .MII.l.KR. • ereli\ m,' (e for luiii-.ei- p;rr- 

2*;i'4 .'South Western N'.eiric ai '' aa ■ ,,r of the « ;ll of ^aal '" I'l-': ~. " 'H I.- Iicard at ;iM."i o' I 

the City of l>os ..\n^i^!'^N. in the deced -at. 'lock .VM . on I-'chruary Mh. 

aforesaid Ccaint>.- win.;; i uter sianlpy K. .Mal<ine. .|r. '''''' '" "'^' f""' loom of De- 

oftice is i!ic place - : ha-nie-s .\;t{.riit \ at-I.aw oart.nicnt 'i. ..f the Sii[)enor 

of the under-if^nod in all mat- •,'S-,M Soiitli UesttTii \\eriiie '"""" "/ ' I""' ■""''"'' "f California. 

teis pertamiP': lo - ^, i es'atp^ i,„^ \„..c|es, ( alifipriila '" ■'' '' '''' ""' ''"'""^ "' 1-"" 

Si.rh claims v nh .!-..■ n ■■ cs-u-y [v,i,,,.c., ,., f.,,,f,,,,,,;, j.-., . ].■'''■ '''''-^ '^''■' "' '-'^ -VkcI - 

voucher.* mu.-^' b- :■ a .1: [)re- , ,,, ,',, ,^. .,- ' ■,,„ . ' ^ \Mf.'.l.VM ( 1 S11.\R['. C umy OFFICE OR HOME SERVICE ' '-''UiNG r.V-'HiNF? 

sented ,-,- acres;- .thm m\ " ' " ■-'■"- Clerk a..' 1 Clei k (.( ihe .<'ipo, - PRFC blCN r.RiNDEPS 


l-'i". SHio. U . .\,|:iiM., 
Per Mo. Submit Down. •^- Rnnoair.-SrrilKlH K-Z i.air.< 

OWNER 2700 W. VERNON "'"'•'" 
AVENUE AT 4TH AVENUE nkvk v. m. e-fa i i,. : ii: 

()\\ ncr .iiiMou . ! Rf, 


DODGE 

SNAVELY & LANGFORD, INC. 

401 N. Long Beach Blv%l. 

NE 1-6163 COMPTON NE 6-1912 


• 6.6% Ist's 
24 Yrs. * 

- ANY AREA - 


AX 4-7939 

HELP V/ANTED - MALE ~^ 

MACHSNISTS 

'l-: • ,tr.- steaJ.'e-mc i/ment 
FOR (O'oAL'FlED //EN" 


i' 


) iliiica- 


monihs attiM- tlie '.a 

tion of th;v llotaV - 

Dated r ■.■ :.n. I;.';' 

R.\i [.INK r.ri! 1:1 

K\ecUt! ;\ 01 t!ie \'. ;1| , 
, decrdeni 
."Miller K ^alunp 
.\ttorneys :il I :i\v 
■if^H Soutli ^^ i'^tcni \\i-tuie 
I.'is .Angeles. C:ilitnriiia. 
Pulihshed i- Cil.a^ MM l.a-l 
Jan. 4, 1!. Is'_ iT>. lar.-j 


l-K.\l, .NOTK i: 
N.'ITUK TO CKhMITOKS 

\o, i.">ii.'_'i; 
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•iii-i -'lale c, California, in aar| 
Ihe CoiailN of I.'-. M; ;. Ics 


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if c.il- 9 a i^ -9 p n: Men. thru Snf. ENGiNS- lAinl.') 


M"! 


lifoiaiia. Ill ,■ !' 1 for 'hi' Counlv- 
of 1 --> \n, rl, ^ 

.<imciaor C.uri o| the ^'^' ■'■ '' ^'■'' -' ''"' ''epiily 
' lale 1 .I.anr. o > "_' , l'M\2. 
MIIJ.KR \ M \I.o\l; 

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^ s,:.,( di^' ^''ait to tile said 

CEKTIFICXTE OV I'.rsiNKS-i ' ' ' ^' '" ' = ''' "'■'''' "'' "'"' ' '"'"^ 

■f ibf^ a' re-,aal court or to pre- 

ent I'ian to the iiniieisi;no:i ai 


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FICTITIOrs Film .NAME 


tup: rXDKR.siC.XllD do. 1 


WE 3-9511 
RELIABLE 

MORTGAGE CO. 

7801 Beverly Bivd , L A. 36 

V«'e Ar-ange F' i V s'e & I-: " loa- s 


MlllT 

■;,-|K W. \H ST. lHil)lr\. H i,r. .>.• 1 
l.i- s:.fi:>f) .in. Cru-hi : R!l 

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■: I'.OR.M. A DUN. S.'.OOil D'lwn 
N' ()i\ . ILau-er. .Mu-i .^ell 
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Crcii J RR ,V :si. lai. ^J.-iUii 
dn RR l-.'R'l 

t I'.DHM. IIOMH. Kuril- 1 - 

■^'ji I'u. 111. . h,:*) \\ . iRh Ri 

MR IML'M , 

'<.OI,l>HN locaijon. Rp\.'1. ^ h' ' 
li ' .*JJ liU). S.-^fMI!) dn. NO 

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GREETINGS FROM 
A FRIEND 


BOPEVAiifS 
OEAP ■/ ■■■Ch ':.S1S 
ENOiNE -p/ ■ •■ ■■ 1 AThfS 
■■ARDiN.'' t ( -uCKi^S 
fUP = r lA't'la 

S ..='!'S '•■ L-"' eipe' le'- e 
tre' fl' o -ei^ti reci.jaed 

WESTERN GEAR 

2600 E Imoerlal Hwy, lynv^ood ''■'"" '••'^- -' '"• ''^''^' '"' "' 
An Equal Opportunity Employer ■■ ' i' ■ ''"•< -^^^ ■ ^■'f'- S'^-'aH 
_ M.\ .'.-1171 

HELP WANTED 


MACHINERY RENTAL COMPANY 
1680 West Slauson - Los Angeles - PL 3-2526 

extends best wishes lo their many friends, readars of the 
California Eagle Newspaper 


HARRY C. CLARK-Buick Sales & Service 
OVER 32 YEARS IN COMPTON 

• Painting * • Auto Repairs • Brake Service 

• Front End Service • Lubrication • Body & Fender V^ork 

NEWmark 5-7141 or NEvada 6-1848 - New & Used Cars 
ISO S. LONG BEACH BOULEVARD - COMPTON 


h.eieb.v cc;i''y ilia' Mc\ are 
ronductiii'.; a Resiaia.ini hii>i- 
ness at fiUlS .<outh Ma n Srcet. 
Citv of Los .Nn-eies. Countv of 


r.os .Anpples, State o," t' , 

under the fictinoiis ;:: a n.aai.' 

of 

OASRS RF.STARR. W" 
510.S .Son;:! Man; >-'i-c\ 
h.)v\ that said fna^i i< ...'ra-.^sci 
of the /ollo\\,n£r t'er~ n^. w ii...^" 
name.s and aiidtcsses are as f.il- 
].iu s, to-\\ it ; 

Mamie .McC'illv 

4031' West Adams Bhd 

Los .Nn^elc:. C.illt. rn.a 

B.arli.ira ( '..■.aai 

13iiri .south Ken:p 

CoiT.pion, Calif.iri'.in 

J WITNE.s.'S mv h.,P'i 'ii: 

dav of Dci eai'ier. I'arll 


ihe o.'aa 
..Tr . .'s'Jl 
in tl-f C' 
;iai. 
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st iuiev 1;. Malone, 


17 to 70 Years 
MALE AND FEMALE 


NOTICE OF IIKARINC; OF' 

rilTITIOV FOR PRORATE 

OF WII.I, 

I'vVrshtn ^venl,e , . -^"' '"'"^' r . ^^'^'^ ^^^ *"^°^ ^°^ ^*^^ Work ,n civil service. NO EXPER- ^' ■'■''«'. M.wM dn ! ra 

'■' ,' 'V la It- -ipcn,.- (ourt ..f the - u^cE NECESSARY, GRAMMAR 

; K. - .\n . es. iitnes, ;.. ,,f Ciianrma. ;'i and f.a ^ . rNii 1 a /-r SCHOOL EDUCATION USUALLY 
'd ( 'ii'ilv. \v;i:c!i .a;te:-,,|if. c ,,„l^ ..f L- Aneelev InjLate mOOel CADILLACS SUFFICIENT Train now for jobs 

,;;, . ■ .^ 111" r'.-'' <■"■ I'll- ncss .,f ,H„ ^!, ,,,,,. ,,. ,1;^-. i;..;,,,. , ,\ wIth SBCur.ly. Send name, -jj. < <>/■> -' I'-'J. pi' 'm-o hook ho;: ... 

,'„,i ihe :r. :. - -al m :ill , aatleis ] n, -y HORMK^. De. eased — 1959 — 1960 — 1961 dreis. phone number lo national l'\ei Mre.' ;n he;iiii R.l- 

f ■ ■ nai: il -ad esiate .<iu li s^,.. ,, , iiei 'v .imh 11i;it 'raining service, P O. Box 140, i.i' R1-. I'cai. ■ tr. hail. .\X 

I '.iiiCs w ."i :h.' n c c e s s a ; V ;; - ■ • • • »» .^^i 


l:« ISXBEI. DR. nr. VerduL.'o 
:.' on 1 lot MP i«)ii .<ml. dn .\0 


slu. i-o 

\'e:\ 1 ;. e 1 '\\ sian Rk. M.V 
■■1 !"."> 


KUNIN FURNITURE COMPANY 

The Finest Furniture, Appliances and TV'» 

Made In This Country Are Available to You 

At Reasonable Prices and on Lower Terms 

Los Angeles 4700 S. Central Ave. AD 2-6141 


I' - nei "' ,y ,_.,\ ,.,1 1ii;it 

•let.;, 0:1 of .M.RliON.sO 


■nie.l 


ALL MODELS-BcTnk fi- C"'^*' <^''v <='''♦ 

'isi I-;. tiH.i ,,,■ ptT- MfpjiOCK ! .r the Rioh;i'e (,f ' 

. ., .'.'^^■rn,:to.,:"''"^''Vf ^':;''^'^""'"''''i "°"''"^ "" ^° Electrical Repoirinq 

"* '"■' P'-'oMc .- .-o,.,, ,1 ;,nd for the issuaia e '[ r 3 

f 's !c . T stamen a: ,1 1 e n pOy. Down payment OS J^QQ|^ J ELECTRIC CO." 


siixrp: 

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h.ilir 


MAMTK M. CUI.I.V 
4U22 W .\ l.-'i'ts !V\d, 
BARHARX lilillRM' 
1.'>08 So. Kemp .\\e , (' :i 
.state of Caljlorn:;! 
Ci)unt\' of !.!.< .\"-el"s 

ON'tHI.< l^th d:ix >: !>-■ 
her A.D., IH-I. hca.;: me 1 
■Thompson ;; 'X(;ta!'>" Pa'-.i: 
and for saal ('. .un'N a ■! .- 
residine ihe.e.n diil; . .a 
stoned ar..l s\'. .;:n, neisonall 
peared Ma a.e . .''icCu'l'. J 
Bai'bar.n C;ec;ie k.aavn m 
to be 
are 

strumcnt. .' 
me that tlv 


1; .a^.i ,|,i,v,:::r;. la, Riill'. '-i i.a> p.ailioner to uhich lef- . t Ann 

l.OR.KX MIl.RKR laaaa e is herehv m.ade lo- fur- 'OW OS 5499 

K\ei',i:i:\ of the will of liie- tai-o. ubirs. viil he he.aii 

s' a lie, c,i,r' at !> R, o'.-lnck A M . on Kehrii- 

sTWl.i Y R M.M.ONK .IR. I'v .':;!. Rir_'. ai t;;e c-nna i.«;m 
.\M..rne\ -■ i-'a ■■ f 1 leji.'irrr.en' ■!. ..f ih" .superior 

iLNl'l s,,;itii Vrf. lain .\\e:]ue, Cinnl .if ily' s-t.-n,. ,,f C,i!:f -nn 

Il Los .\naea- . (V-ihf ,,; ;ii;.| f,.;- liu' C.lllli:' .if I...S 

Puhl! 'a'al C<af:;'oi-nia KDele .\r. a.ics Cav of R. ,s .\naeles 
N. .^pan.aa .I.n. IS-.X Feb. R. R-IRT.IAM C. SH\RR. C. .:; - ^ 3328 VentUrO Blvd 


\X I-'IR'R 

.K. » ROR.. \. 

l.o'.\' liA pa\ n.t. W ill II ade ^ 


.V suid\ Im- 
oil. S; ; ".Oil i!;: 

1. l.ik.' iii'w. I| 


WEARLEY 
Motors Co. 


"All Types Wirinq 

.... .. ^•bMHI IM)\\\. 

No Job Too Small" ,v r , n. 

\X l-sr;i 


i 


iT.llse. 1 1,,). i; 
IRi .V H-.r.ver. 


AX 2-0905 


N .TH K TO < ;:ilF)IT()RS 


]"lv' '-. C!e:-1; and C'erk . -f -h.- 

;■ ip.'-a T Court ol the ,<'a'e 

' ' i''hf.,r)ii:i, :n for tl.r 
1 ' .la-'y , ' !.os Aa^rclc. 
R,v R !-t \\". s-hu: .1. 1 )• p.il\ 
!■' I ■■ -upe.io; C,u;: .'. ■■v ;,,,,,fj .),,;,;.,,, ij p.-j " 1 

■;, '. ' Cai'tornia't m ami lor .^,;„,.^ _^. ^,.^,„„,. 
he I- ant\ of Los N'leeles, la'-.x-;, s„„„, u.-stc-rn \m>. 

!.>is Anodes IK. < .ilil. 
Mtoriieys tur I'ellticiner. 

in- ■ ' . :Ri;'.;.shc.ii a ( ■.la'.; ;a:. K-irle 

..a Xotu e ;= herehv _■ \ c 1 i . ,^,. ^^ 2:,, F.'h R 1%J 


Sherman Oaks 

TR. 3-6576 


n\ OWNER l.ai.a. J-b.dioom 
1- aia 1 hiK .aisi ,,f ( ■rensh:i'.\" 
r,T'..l ."-'o N' 1 ' .11 1 I; ajiei i. s ,y 
rnas .\>kin.. sj:, imu .\X ',-\:~' 
lor nrip -;!iia •■■nf 


CALL VERNON STRANGE -RE. 1-2321 

FOR 24 HOUR . 

BAIL BONDS 

SERVICE 

4700 W. ADAMS at HILLCREST 
RE. 1-2321 ' 



VERNON STRANGE 


or 


e the perso.is whose n/Kaesj^'''^ -''''^ rlecedent to nie said 
subscr.he.i ,., the vNaihai Rv'^'t^is ;n the office of the clerk 
d ack'iov.ledced to '''' ''''' 'iforesaid court or to p;- 


execiiiea 


sa;tT" 


n' 


neri 


the iin.ler-cne 


IN WIT^-fls.^ '''l ila'.ROF. I '' '■''' 
hFv'.e hercnia set m> h-"".| ar.'b 
;fti\ed ma.' otficlal >e,a '.e ii;iyt 
;;fTd >ear "i this c--'-- in •■•e !ir 
alio'ce unrea 


o^'ice of 
V.i\:' ,v I'laloni 

, <.'j -;-,va'h Western Avenue hNTEFtPRlNK 

-n : -o Cay ol' R.is .\n; rles. ;■ <<>» \T\ OF I. OS ANCFT.F.S 

''e afores-rrl C oiTy, '.'hah hi'-. X.lii." :- ;;.;.:•> aawai ibai a 

V \l'Y 'i'l 'OMRsOX '■'"' ''''''f^ i~ '''''■ !^''"" of bii~.- puti'a- hcioina '.'.ill be hcM b\ 

,<j-^^j , res-- .i the laidei s!_aicd ai illtli. R.eaaoiial Rbannirv, Commis- 

'o.la V R •' . .1 ;.i;d f,,.- .nalle- < ne'-taininu '■> ^'i,! cs. ^|,,„ ,,„ ,-, p|-,j„,.,|.l ;i.r.i':i.i:nen' 

'^aiii Com-.... .- a..' s.,.,p yi 

C'lnmiisiion R-.ra'e^ ,hj|\ R 

ir,-- ■■'.' I'.esepaeil as ab-ic-al vsith-ji.- 'tie f):;!. ,.1 /..n;nL' Ri.m ol 

■■ Published la (■;,...; a. a R;i-le '" -'^ 'i-' ■ '■ ■""■'■ "i'^ f n'^ ^V.ll. -a bi , ,. .k i a'.a-pn-o D.siii.t 
', Janiiarv^ 111 J.'i, !9t;L' 


TR. 8-3835 

i 

APARTMENT FOR RENT 

STOP 

ZONINC; CASE NO. 4.',->7 ("J) 

I'Hoi'osKi) ( ii\N(.E OF Your Rental Search Is Over! 
OIFICM. /()NIN<. PLAN OF 
\V.!J,0\\P.!{O0k- 


li. .\':ille;- o.' 'a„ i^,;,. , , 
!.\' i'Kl.l. WORTH.VM iv 
r.ise.i. 
X.iri. e 
'■ed-a r- fi.ix iiii; clam's .i._ 

lid rlecedent to l;le said ■ FJTT.I! 

NOTICE OF PI RMC HEARINfR 


PI.\NTATION HOTEI, 

>>* i.'i V .■■■k ual n;>. Newly lie. , 
; I'ed ro.ia.s, |i..l an.! .. M v ;itei j {(y/.\ STl ( ( OS. L' br i-a. Xi 
n a!! ;... '.s s, ..,. ..f,;(, p,|.v ■,•,.' V.i, \\,, ,v Tath Si. (,'a\-.)n 
si. ..'.a- KR! 11 RARKINC IK,;- RI 1-:;j4J 
if lao. R' <■ ;aer Central Ave-,.. ^^^^.^ ^. , ,,^ ,, ,,,,, ^ 

■.■■'■ - _ ■<- -M. . pa-a. RR T-in:; 

.MM \\h \ IV Kai;asned .apt,|(.I NO |>N.: J bfirm. oi»<y S". 

: ■■ ■. ■ ■ be .ir.f'ill.s d.>c..i,at- 
e.i s.;,_-in ;,,, I ib.ulije ;ip's. A'l 
aiili'.'s p a.i 1 \arllent traos- 
i p.a t I'l I 

Roi:i rrv .\r.\r.tmi:nts 

Us W. .11st Street 


FURNISHED 
P SINGLES 


■ naile. < ne'-taininL: '■> <<\<\ e 

'ate. Su.'h . bbms v.ibi the ne- .f <e. ';, n Hl.a of Onliirmce N.> 

cessaia,- M..; ';ers ua'-l '•■ filed 1 I'l.' iiaa'.'.v ooikm. . laoi^e 


mil. Ill il ; a; . ' I'vs lailice 
- R.i-ai .];,r b. IH'.L' 
■ ■■-'!- Y\"OX\!, O!)0M 

NOTICE TO ( REOITORS \ tmi: .s a'r \ .if the 

Nil. tJlt-ll'l) ^ 1:-iate , ! .-;i;d de.edent 

In Ilie .Slip. la. r C.iur! of the \fii|,T \ ^lM|(>ne 
arr.ia, m anrl for \itorna\s-:it I..i\\ 


.olishe.l hy Ol. 
Rl on Mav : 


State of C' 
•the Counyv.o; Ros .\n'-:cies In ■•sm -;.,iii|i U.-slern Xxcniie 

Ihe Malar ..f 'he Ksiat'.> ■: y,,., \.,..,.!,.> < iililorniii. 
■JRRL\ Xrjl.AX, Re, caacd. -^. ,.,ii:', 

Notii e ,s Hr;e;.\- laven '■. al.av : Canroini; R' 

rredilors li .■.,!■, ilain-s a:.a;a a., ^.n b"^ IT' i-el, R S. RiH: 

j^*»*»»»».»r-*»»»*Jii»»»»Jf»*»*»***^*»»*-»-»»*»**-*-»{ ''.ll-aiess . I 
* BUS. BE 4-9374 RES. RE. 4-7149 * ,. to p;ii. i 


Xo, :;i as 

;aaae X. ., 

I'ais. 

<.\r', Jaaa,.n • v. 11 be Ivhl ,,.: 
Tai.sd .V. Ke'aunry >k R*b.' at] 
■' M a : t . in Ro'im Tiol. Hall ..f 
P.... ..i-'b -'-'11 Xorth R.ivad\\,i.\ . 

R. s \r..-.ae-.. Ti.si.:,r. ir\- -a ill be 
Ileal d !■ ■: .and ;i. laisi saal pro- 
pose.) ■, ■....; |.a..ntr,, ,,,;,|s|m,- . if 

;i I Ir ■.■!• f; . ■■■ R-J ' I'.'... F-brmlN 

R.es.i.ai.e. t . I al . R^es-;-, ,.,,., j 

; .a t,i'i:;iil,ar 1 n 


$60 u 

if Newly Decorated 

-*■ Elevator 

■k Large Apartments 

ir XInt Shopping 

ir Good Transportation 

'A' Doublet also Avialable 

a Adults Only 

1909 S. Union 

(at Washington) 

Richmond 8-3536 

HAYES 
MOTEL 


MEN .ANO UOMEN — Oiiily 
|>av — NfJI ( .ilein.'tirs Prml 
ucIn. .MiKl W. Jlsl. Wl^: .-, l.-,->() 

R\(IIEM>R ROO>I FOR RENT 

H.i.h.'l.a- t...;n \kith ...avCii- 
.eia-«'- Ir . i~[nr!al;on ;i n .1 
siioppm.; Ss T.". •-', K t'ps;;ias 
Rr.'.a'.. eniiaaa. .- I'.i. ll-.'s...' 

H R->1S, -■ baths I,,,, R,,s;i,|cn:i 
, ,i: e.i Xe.i: s, jiis . s:iofl;i r.„- 
s^- i;..;.s:. . ■ .s 

\ \( \NT ! r.IlRM. X .ir M IP. 

.'o-aa ,•. 1- . .a.a-...i. IM^.i 
I tils , :■.. u , ..• 1-, ;ipe.l ;)nl-. 
S"'>U nil , b ;1 iir;e i.'iil. PR 
ll-Tlal -A 7 paa 

XhTs: win RENT." S 'Kl Ml. 

\tj ;is I n;. .\ cs y .11 III. I ..i\ el\ 
' 1! Ixirm. s'li. ... . disp,, l.ns oi 

tile; ,lbl. -a, 
<l.Mk) Rn ' ' ..•■ I a I;a . ^Isa 


'■ . nr. e\ ia\lhiiiL; 

PR .-TRtl 

i 

DIG! 

THOSE COnON BOYS 
LIQUORS 

W«it*m Av«. at 35th Plae* . 
RE. 1.1320 


6i6i%SHI0«»iK»i 


Hr-BOY SHIRT 

•'Catering To The Man With Fine Taste" / 

■ Ben and Jerome ' 

HABERDASHERS 

2618 Crenshaw RE 1-9029--^ 



V 


RUTH KETTL 

SCHOOL OF DANCING 

Acrobatic Ballroom 

Dancing, Ballets and Tap 

Ea; C"- 1 Sr e: a ■ . 

10941 VENICE BLVD 

Los Angeles VE 8-481 1 


a: 


xV 


s.'uate'l I n the 

S NANCY SKILL/^AN HARPER X::Zrnr\:Z,::J^'::::7.:>lhe people's Choice 

5 sp.:: . ". .-..c'^..- -- ■-■^^: S:,-,i iX e, ,.!■■.-, Rail, -a, CI an.i :ij:. 

♦ "SERVICE WITH A SMIIE" * a' ,„i .-.mih .-;m Rclro Stieei p^Q E. JEFFERSON 


1 \Xf ^l. K\i >1)1- X y'O. 

:i.is s.. \', .' -. Rivd. PR l-J^"-' 

"b '. II ' 1. 


1769 WE:T .EfFERSCN, BLVD. 


*. 1/69 WtJI ^Ei-rtKiUIN , SLVU. ^ 

* * 


"T" 


AX 1-5022 



24-HOUR SErVICE AX 4-3661 

KEYS OF ALL KINDS MADE 

LOCKS CH.5,ra!GED & INSTALLED 

• ANYWH^J^E • ANYTIME • ANYPLACE 

McGEE'S MOTORIZED 
LOCK & KEY SERVICE 

Reglsle-ad Key and Locksmith Expert 
4405 S. WESTERN AVE. J. S. McGee 


■'] :,]{■ 1-111 '!;/'; '- be.n.^ ,ip 
;ir a.imatc • . an I si:,-ii o'h.a 
. ■;;ii r^'s . f ■•,i,e ■', huh ih'-' 
( '. .ma' ,ss;.ii! i,;;!\- i e. . .mm. n.i in 

lie in'i'iesis (.; [lublu- health 

,;itet\ . ;ind ; ene;;il uelf;ire 
'■■, ilhiii me are, I l,.iu.nfled as I,., I- 

$75 & UP-Cherie-Teri ' 


AD 3-9295 
3700 S. WESTERN 


FOR RENT - APARTMENTS 



NEW METHOD! 
Phone DU 8-7043 

. ■ Ta:' :--.-,, Prob'.a 


(• rt-: 

1 ' a ■ i fl 1 C • i .- 1 ' .1 i .'.. 

r 

ler^ 

Vc -J D- !"..'3^ u"i 

us- 

,fll r 

■1 .;• ■ 


— RESULTS — 

Consultation Confidentia 
3156 Wilshire Blvd. Room 

! 
12 


By order ..f Ihe Recional 
Plannin'.,' Caila'.ission. County 


of Ros Amzele's. 
fornia. 



. SUN, 

y;;; °PO';»'"ents - modem ^ discount house : 

Mir.i eisi. riy by a line furnishcd 1 bedroom— > 4224 So. Broadway ' 

p;ii;iili'l to ;ind 171) feel east i . i I !• I * n^. .i^ ■■ ' 

heated pool— disposal. ► ^ 
Between Washington ' c**^. 
1630 Arapahoe Street V '• 
and Vernon. i 


X.i; ihei !\ b-- ;( ';ne par.illel 

to ;iii 1 lil,.') I.'. a n.ii Ih 

cinii.rime . .' t-l;isi 

Sli 

p;ii 


THE BEST 


f the cenlerline of Soufh 
Saa Pedro Street; s..ut,herly 
I hv the I eii'erline of Kast 
Rl.'ib. Sae.'t. ami westerly by . 
the centeiline of South S;iii 
Pedro Street 
i Thi^ pban showm..; the pro 
posed amendment may he in- 
spected by the public in the of-i— — - - ■ 

fice of Ihe Commission. Room; SERMCE TO I,ANDIX)RDS 

502. II. ill of Records, 2J0 North | FREE EISTINCiS;:: 

Broadway. Ros An'-eles. 'l..xn„,.ordS -I^t T's Help Voi, [• TV • STEREO • FURNITUREI 

LIST YOUR V..\CANCIK.S [*",!"" ?^*"' '*.* i'"'' " * " 

New Comers Welcome < 


RI. 73470 


".lie of Cali- 


wiTH rs 


. phone us your 


furnished and unfurnished 


Aiihur .1 Raiim. C-bairntan.^^"'"^^^- ^''^^^>'^^- f"hles. 
Milton BreiA. , eel , apartments and s.nclos. NO 

Director of.Plannm. .CHARGK.S WIRXT-SOEVER 1 1 ' 

Publislied in the California Fag- ADams .VjITI 

le .Ian. IS. i%2 I Call Hollisi Rental .Xow . . . 



Gin IN 


.meter 

-PLAN . 


25*d.. 


iCall Dick 


AD. 2-34511 f 


HELP WANTED 
Male pr Female 

Over 21 Years of Age 

The West's leading mutual fund 
specialist expanding in this 
area Ground floor opportun- 
ity to enter dignified profes- 
sion full or part time. Experi- 
ence not necessary. We train. 
Additional district managers 
to be appointed in 1962. 

Call BILL MEYER 

DU. 5^6237 

or write Mutual Funds 
Associated Incorporated 

3837 Wilshire Blvd. 
Los Angeles, S, California 


5 Minute 

CAR 
WASH 


Patronize LAWRENCE RHONE and VIRGINIA GAY 

New owners of the 35)h & Main 

5 Min. Car Waih 99c 

Monday through Friday 
While you are enjoying a snoke 

•CAR WASHED 

•- LP-HOLSTERV CLEANED , 

• ASH TRAYS Ef.'PT.ED '; 

• FLOORS VACLLMED 

• WHITE WALLS BLEACi-'EO 
LIKENEW... 

Our Polish Jobs are the Finest 

3515 South MAIN STREET 


99 


50 

e 


RUG CLEANING 

9x12 AXMINISTER or WILTON 

CARPETS CLEANED 

IN HOME PER SQUARE FOOT 

UPHOLSTERY CLEANED $1950 

2-PIECE SET STANDARD SIZE ■ " 

WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS 
MONARCH CARPET CLEANERS 

DU 8-7568 


jFREE PICKUP 

I& DELIVERY 


.■i'tl^ 


\ ' 


For 24-Hour Service 
CALL PL. 6-8347 - PL. 6-0997 

^f"; POWELL ^AIL BONDS 

Z;^^ Joel A. Powell-John A. Echols-Hugh R. Cobb 

10951-53 SO. MAIN, LA. 61 

FREE BAIL INFORMATION 



I 



ADJUSTED - REPAIRED - EXCHANGED 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS 

FREE LOAN CAR - NO MONEY DOWN 

Also Complete Motor Overhaul 


$7050 


79 



And Up & Exchange 

SAM'S AUTO SERVICE 

3625 S. NORMANDIE AVE. OPEN SUNDAY 


for 

more 

grow power 

insist 



GULLIVER'S TRAVEL AGENCY 
2616 South Western Avenue 

ALWAYS REMEMBER 

DON'T TRAVEL ANYWHERE . . . by Land, Sea or Air 

WITHOUT BUYING YOUR TICKET FROM 

EMERSON SMITH - or - JOHN ROSEBORO 

AGENT PUBLIC RELATIONS 

- Lowest FARES • ROUND TRIP + TRAVEL NOW and PAY LATER /| 

For Complete Travel Information Without Obligation It's . . . 

NOW! Buy Your Tickets to Everything 
' ALL SPORTS EVENTS ' SHOWS 
• CIVIC AFFAIRS, ETC. 

AT YOUR NEWEST MUTUAL TICKET AGENCY 


Gulliver's Travel & Ticket Agency 

2616 So. WESTERN AVENUE RE 5-1451 

(Just South of-Adams Boulevard) 


X 



n 


12— The aClifornia Eagle 

m 

kWWUII : 

MRKB 

fgggjSggagamm 


Thursday, Jan. 18," 1962 



New York Scene 


I CHAZZ' CRAWFORD I 


I iContinucd froiii Pnj,e 9i (iashr'i untu Uu' tuun ;it;i'f the 
walkiag). impres^i'mist. AnioUl l''-^' shdw tluit niKht. 
Dover and that newest Columhiri dnt caids [loni tlii- Artiiiir 
jrecords artist, a 'seHilfu!' and Colemans nf San Kraiv imo. 
exciting siiit;er-pianist. Miss lixmi liieir h'ili(ia\ trip Id Mi-x- 
LAretha Franklin. Little Willie ico City and .Acapulii>: finin 
S-Iohn and Ruth Brown headline Chieap;o I'rhaii LeaL:u(>i-. Hetti.- 
jthis weei<'s revue, with B. B. Ja.vne F\erett. .froni"H;h;:na .iivi 
Kin:; and the DiMttcis due next. Kurnpe; and fi'oni fotincr l.,.\ 
Had a nice chat with Aretha's teat her. S<-lni;i Whilniiire, "ii 
manas;er fnnn The Motor Cit>. Mer ini) In i!ic llnly Land. siDp- 
Mrs. Sue Dohbs before slie ping in Heirul and elscwhi'ic 


C mlinued fri)in Pai;e lOJ 
(.^^(/.•.ed up the tlOMKIN pait> 
l.y dropping' in at PA.NUORA'S 

BOX la lil.iik auasi ulieie 
ii'i'ii-aui'd lii\e!'s sat quietly en- 
rapt, si|)ped their non-alcoholic 

hot and cold cider, cxpresso and 
niMi lii-er hut KCttir.j; "wasted" 
i>i'hind the down sr>upd« o'. the 
<;i KSriONFTTKS. rRF-STON 
KIM'S and SIR <i ALLOW AY'S 
M I S( F L L A N FO I S 3 in 


( HAI.NOS AFRICAN S.\FA»: 

revile. lis so (I'owdcd in there. 
.Mill ha\e to ;;o in ;ind i.ut sidc- 
\\a>s. We left thus scene .'nd re- 
visited the SI M.MIT wlicie 
RFIM) FOXX. his lusci.ius wile 

BFTTV, the NORMA >IILLFR 

d.anceis and LWK.IAW WIL- 
SON aie at lai^e. h;vei_\one was 
in rare t( irn as usual nieanin'.: 
ihe\ still hadn't '.'ol "untwisted " 
;:nd whv should Ihev, .\.\T 


rOLF.R pindicer IKF lONF'* MR 

•.'wis r, i.,.-iiii;r.; as ■.•>.', c .> .'-' all ■^' ■'• 
Calliennc: of not.ihlc^ and snme 
who Weill iinii'Micf-d iinle^-;. lie 
,\e I'm .ir siii.ill. FO.\X'- eye 
tails up Jii \ eJ and !]■' [nils \ou 
in ll'.e Hit. One pail\, piclt* 
ta'ii-ced li|i. wore his stieci.il tar- 
uei. and ai ihe -loiip w.'s an 
Iri.^li IciKir. I ihink. v, h. ni Uedil 
had on for a 'Sliest shot. It u'<it 
good to the miy and alter re- 
turnini: lu his table. he'"sudden- 
ly derided he wanted to oi-ome 
jhack liir an encMc. RFI)I> then 
reminded- Ihe rinwd that he 
"still 'works alii'ie'" and after 


r. \F.\FL. thff ?immiilfrorn rpfurning to thf floor, the 
. ■- . .oneri ihe customer show went on smoothly. 


^ ^ y T , T » If 


NOW LEASING! 

For Soon To Be Erected Westside Office Building 
' Modernistic — Uni Heat, — Air Conditioned 

AM-FM Sterophonic Music— Free Paved Parking 
' LONG TERM LEASE • WILL DECORATE TO SUIT 


Ideal for Finest Professional Businesses 

: Western & Jefferson Ar^a RE. 2-0469 


-■- — — ---- 


-^ -■--*- -*- 


YEAR'S CHECKER 
VOTING CONTEST 
AT THRIFTIMART 

Grocery shoppers who have a 
special checker-cashier whom| 
they like to handle their orders' 
at THRIFTIMART because she 
is so courteous and helpful will! 
have a chance to do the checker; 
a favor. accordin.E: to Mr. Ro,s;er! 
M. Laverty. Sr.. Presitient. 

They can vote for her in the 
Checker of the Year .Awards, an 
intematiorial competition m 
which THRIFTIMART has en- 
tered all its cashiers. Ballot 
bo.xes are in all THRIFTIMART 
stores through February 14, 
1962. 

ABILITY N^ BEAITY 

It's no beauty' contest — the 
winners are .iud<*ed on customer 
courtesy, efficiency, cash-reeis- 
ster accuracy, and neatness, j 
Customer balloiihq, ratinf;s by! 
market supervisors, perform- 
ance tests, and interviews by a 
special board of .iud^es. all en- 
ter into the selection of the win- 
ners, j 
WINNERS \ ACATION I 
■;-,The winner from THRIFT!-, 
>t.-\RT may emeit;e as state 
champion. Then, after re^iona! 
.iudsring, the company candidate 
could be amonq the ten checker- 
cashiers who will be flowii toi 
Chicago for the final competi^ 
t;on. There she could become i 
the international Checker of the 
■^'ear— with prizes includin-; a 
two-week vacation tour of Ha-' 
waii, or one of two runners-up 
\\ ho will enjoy vacations in! 
I'.i.vurious i-'ioi ifla 

lNFURN'".\PTr P"'0R" R?;NT 7" 


sen MONTH 

.^ nice roo n> in modern sni. ro 
duplex. Near La Brea dv U'ash-; 
msi-on Blvd. Ch.ld and pet O.K.! 
Garage and yard ~ 

~~HELP~"WANTED — FEMALE 


WOMEN-GIRLS 


18 to 45 


T'isil :■'- lr>' «;;v A. 


PBX 

RECEPTION STS 

IBM 

OPERATORS 


- / 


Tr r I- - ... ... 

WnjirV, .-s 

■ ■ ijj ■ ■ ■ ■ ' ■ ■ 

ALi-iKf -i n \; 

•i. ~*j-if"-i.^ 

PL 3-1251 

LO>1822 

AN 1-7767 

ED 2-1941 


AIL WESTSIDE ROADS 
LEAD JO 

Thoie:C6tt<rn 
Boys Liquors 

WMt*m Av*. at 35»h M»e» 
Rt. 1.1320 


24 HOl/R SERVICE AT . . 

Tommy Tucker's 



BAIL BONDS 
5113 W. Pico 

(WEST OF REDONDO BLVD.) 

WE 7-3766 

JERI DUNN 

JOHN KIGH 

TOMMY TUCKER 


THURS., FRI., SAT.. SUN.. JAN. 18.19 





VOTE FOR THE CHECKER OFTKE YEAR 

Finil Oct Tlmt Its "F«i t* le Friendly'* 


GROUND 

ROUND 

GROUND 

CHUCK 


U.S.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" 

CHUCK 
ROAST 



DOLE 

PINIAPPLE 
SLICED 


No. I 'A 
TIN 


No. 21 1 
TIN ** 


Ad-ox, 
TIN 


CHUNKS 
JUICE 

OR ""?,;' FRUIT COCKTAIL 

$ 




TINS 

YOUR 

CHOICE 




Till AMNBAt 

•maunoMt (ounnnial 


supu wwiT iMsmun ta^ TRr R<noMi asK utisra ca 

HILLS BROS. 

COFFEE 


2-lb.T?n$M4 


lib. 

TIN 



-s 


FROZEM • TL'REK MECr i AHMOUR S l(.ox. ■ CARNATION 

lULK • FROZEN lunEHtO » V. lORSE 14-oi. ■ FROZEN 

EASTERN i VEAL ! ROCK CORNISH I pERCH 4 COD 

WHITING I STEAKS ! GAME HENS ; FILLETS 


CORN KING. SLICEDT 


27*» 


791 


79: 


» f6-oi. 


S£voS BONE il#%^ I ROUND BONE 4% ^ 

ROAST 49n.| ROAST 53» 

US.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" ^m ^^ 

CHUCK STEAK 49 

^%^^t I BOILING ^% CL< BONELESS ^^ iC 

M7n>|BEEF Jtai9^| Brisket 09 


SMOKED PORK LOINS 

CENTER RIB AND LOIN • WHOLE OR RIB HALF 

CHOPS ROASTS 


BACON 


UAN BEEF 
SHORT 

RIBS 


t 

lb 




c ■ ^^ lb. 

MAJESTY BRAND ^ ^^^ 

'<>• CANNED BACON 'v39^ 


BONELESS CLOD 


SUNKIST LARGE ^^^^ l^i^ ^m. ^ ^ .^^^ t^tm' ^t^ 

NAVEL ORANGES 



SHOULDER ROAST 
or STEWING BEEF 




LBS. 



COACHELLA VALLEY— PINK am ^^ HH ^ I EXTRA FANCY SMALL ^^ ^^ ^h 

GRAPEFRUIT 4 '°" 25 I APPLis°"' 2 "' 25' 


MORTON'S— BEEF. CHICKEN OR TURKEY 

MEAT PIES 


•••••••• 



JANE ANDERSON S 
CORN 


MORRELL S PRIDE 
PORK SHOULDE"^. 


TORTILLAS /^r^ PICNICS 

DETlRGENT 


2c OPF DEAL 


LOG CABIN 
SYRUP 



SAVE 8c 
ON 12-OZ. BTL. 


PICTSWEET 

FROKN VEGETABLES 

PEAS, CUT CORN 

BROCCjOLI CUT SPEARSi 
LEAF SPINACH 

YOUR CHOICE 


GIAUr 
SIZE 


SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE AT ALL THRIFTIMART MARKETS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN EVERY! NEIGHBORHOOD 


2600 South Vemont, Los Angeles - 3621 South Lj Brea, Los Angela* - 609 North Dillon, Los Angeles - 6840 La Tijara, Westchester - 7980 West Sunset, Hollywood - 6601 Laurel Canyon Blvd., 
North Hollywood - 8440 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica - 7985 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood - 3217 West Magnolia, Burbank - 11210 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica 
11861 Valley View St. at Chapman and Miller, Garden Grove - 6120 Lake Murray Blvd. at Vk Paso, La Mesa - 2233 Cloverfield at West Pico Blvd., Santa Monica - 804 Beverly Blvd. at Montebello Blvd., Montebell*. 


/ 


^i 


A 


DEAD BODY FOUND IF !I>.EY 

Doctor Held 'Not Guilt/ of Shooting Wife 




!■:■■:■ ■•! 1:1 • I ■ Sli,.|i l.v .V 1., 1..-, ~- cf 1>.,-:. s .\.,. ITI. \" 

THUkbDAV. JAN ?S. 1962 2 101 WEST VERNON AVE , I A. 8, GAl.lP. 


Phone: 

AX. 5-3135 



Rowan, Weaver are 
'Just Negroes' Way 
Down South in Dixie 

(Ifoi^f I. p. \V(;i\ti. assistiuit s«ri«'taiy of labor, 
was just anolhtT Xr^ro to the clt-ik in the Shamrock- 
Hilton Hoti 1 in Houston Frid.iy. He was told thoie was 
no ri-S(i\ati()n lor him. and was tumt'd away. 

I I'll! T. ]'.■> y .in. .1-- -i-iiit -re- 


Ray Charles' ' 
Trial for Dope 
'Off Calendar' 


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blind sir'.'_:fi -i>i itvs' oti dnix 


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Out-of-Town 


15c 


Jury Acquits 
Physician in 
Wife Assault 


Body Is 
Found on 
Westside 

J jiur.'-tlHv- nr_:ht rii^rov Pird a 
li!i.' .. !-^ii;(\-ii e\i h'fi", n -:;,U;i-p, 
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- ciiveifd 

a '^'liii-llot 


A jury in Supciior Judj^e ''■' " '" '' = - 
H. Burton Noble's courf last ■;;' : iiH' v. . 
week acfjuitti-d . Dr. I. B. .•:.!. ih- : 
:Eng!ish, pi'onnm'nl Pa,.-a- 
dena [ihysifian. of c-haijits 

til." lie :i':e,r;p!,.,| to |.-,l| ',;,. ' 

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(iOLDKN WEDDING— Mr and Mts 

Ernest Green, long time residents, are 
shown with their Golden VVeddinp; 
monev-tj'ee as thev celebrated their 


r)()th anniversa.' \ List Sunday allt-r- 
nuon m their KasL-fide home. Sonic ,'Hhi 
tiiends honored the couple, (See sloi'\ 
page ,S) ( Adams) 


1 


Farm Labor Faces 
Poverty in Kern Co. 


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,"(J'U ' 
• I'M: 


By ROBERT FARRELL 

Agriculture is the biggest business in California. In 
Kern County, it is the major industry. It dejxinds u|K)n 
seasonal farm laborers, a vital factor in the agricultural 
- _ ..- g(_.Qnoniv of the state. 




NEGRO HISTORY WY.YM. 



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Students at 
Southern U 
Locked Out 


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'le 1 Pi.iken ' di and e((f ml the !di,"44. I.nr< .e Uai i\- Spvmnur, 

'^l-aaneiJi' ili.at ihe .'ee ieane 12. and l.nl;i .so\ niour. .''.7. 
I! al leridei-ed liiie iiii..,n-ri..n<.' !n a rene<'' v TTp.ated --ia,:!- 

};\!0\ COIi.l-: I,;; p/-.. ''^"'^ '";■■■.-, :iij-i!lied ;:i!o ill. ,y l„-,.,t. fiV l,a,, v>ei'e -larei 

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jlasl \n\ 1 ! .\;\- n t.wi .," . 1 ■ - 
enif! ed I..- h- .!• I • , '.'e • "i,^ h 
u h.it I .*■ w IS (ll -I : iln (1 a - M 
li.e-e-:,,, e.| ni-' 
■ a.esi :- ■ hi! .r.l la ,1 :■ •■ ..'la 

f^: - h -d \ I'.: •■■ I i"h ■' :.■-■ . .'1- 

The wnrkei.< haiveM ^^^^HHK^"'^ 'SB 

iprrices.^ vanoiN t>pe-; ot fruits ^HPj^^^T^^ ^^R die .^h.; ,.' ■: -1 .'!,■ .ki 

course oi a .■-.■is.in ihev may ^L .^JS diev v. e \'..,-:. ■.. Iri.n '■ . ^- 
!oam from innai lo Oi'e-a.n. ■..\-^ \^J. '■^. /^ ^r* -' rt ''t- .aii\i"i' ■ -i tel?"i.irn 
I'OOK CONDITIONS ' , _ - .4^,.' *;. . ', , /^^^> ""' c iti-fl'' '^le o;i,e,- p.,,- 
These i)Oo[jle harely e.iin ]' ',' ¥'*'?' " - ..P'^JfejjjHJ "■'"''•d I'l -e.,i,li liie ..iiioiis 
enough for -iih-i-'enee Their ' * "A V * : ^' t/mPi r',.i'ii- hi tin. -mte and , ep. .1 'ed- 'I'l 
\\ai;cs are the |.Ase<t in ti-.e land, bs^l-. "' 'i '' ' I'*^ '"^ l.-inid 1 . old neajTi j.ir .'in- 
fer any kind of lab"i-. Tney , -ire HByfckl L'-'^-J ''""""■' "'"ll"''"'' 1" eT.pix 
not even assuia^d a niinimuiii hHhh^^- ^^ •iJmiS'. -''''''"^ eap.-il.- .knli a i.'vi'i.ie 
WA'iC seeuritv. or samiaiv "" , ' ..1 her. 1111 .lad a h> [>o-li' tiiie 
uerkin- conditions. ' lll';,\KT ,\TT \( K Mr-. Mel- -s-iii.u.' 
■ liie days »o! l.iiai ■,\.,ikers mph 'l'' .u .i.-n'!. '.'.h.) lerenHv.' ** M'iVK'i PUsMBl.K 

im;!'_' In tent eitie. ,,nd l.ibor ,,,,,, |„.,,,,.,i l„, ,;jnd v^ed.lina ■' ' ptu a i.-.i. ( ■|i,.! a-^,^ .ii,,. 

a:ep- are stil! uitli .i-. th.jimii , , , ,, , -''oI-'M. en t,. ;,; i- .n ,..■ .a in 

.ir.ais t r-.i ; '. ,. ('.l ■^^ 1. . ■ .r ,,'l , . , . , 1 . , ,w i ■ ■-, » . Nl.t fmn 

o a leaser ext'-nt t:i,,ii la (iie- \''e~-ii.,l tju,! .,t .iNPiiiiie 

|^-,,m \ ea; - \A 1- .1 'le'iil.el 01 lieln. 1 1 .■ . > ,11 ^oe I 1 n.il n. ale . .! 1 'e lli-re'r nil i>|l|Uirlllllil V to 

h.ase a.tleinpted to -eii].- , low 11. .\M|-: ilied ..' a 'leait at Ui.k;.' e\ l.'ia •■ .-. 1 - i.k*i-M!a" ,,■ aiiT\ .Hit 1I1.1I N.-h %.-;ir's 

night, as -v.. e|i .start out b\ l...,.'i'^ -j-i^,,^. (^.^^.^ pi,,., hase.l I, aid and <,■.:. 11 .01. 1 • ■ 1 ' '--i ' "■" ' ~i"' e ;' .hei 11 ..l.l.i .,, d r.-s..liilinii mIx.iiI suliM-rihiiiu 

hanies adjaeent lo e\istin'a lom- ,, .a,.,.^ 1 


■|.\i epf 

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be .i,.i ^i.ili.iK :ia- ■ 1!, lion "■''■'' I'-' •^'''■'< 'li-^' <l''';.'"-ii>!i--' 

ift^ I'll- iMed.dll d./n t ■■• 7C >''i'>iis 


le- 


dd Ihe 


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roi > 01 11, a. ;;iH|; V, no lono.Hl l-unv 


lound 1)1- l.tiL'hsh in an U'leon- iiieed -.M'h 


Hi.ti K I 11 (). poll. \ inniutioiil 


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> ,' en oinr an\ " ' ' ,' ■ ' 1. 

■.'. It!;., at i.'se; \,i- -'H'^ .'".d 

:' iilodc I. in- .11 e '"'■ n.te! . . 
1 . . . and then 11 .c a-'n.i.in, •■i.tieiit 

-tinsel e\. ep! sh,i|'|\ a.'l.r sPifleni 

p. 'illii.ilv ,.|,| ,| II, ,,,^ deiiioii.M 


li.ir- 


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peis'M! illr^hi ppi-. ,,;,,, ,,,f ,i„, ^,,.^p,,,as. 


,iit"i th" vpo, 

.i,.:ieeii th.-ii a 

I. fit .so'"e ,ai Is \'. ilhoi.i ;,ii m- 

in a -pr, ilic i.ntent :iiid jni^h; 

h,^^ e rio reroile. iio'i .if die e'ven! 


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I all. .11- v. pen 
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• -t i.'isi :n.>nt3i 


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,1 I ! .11-1.111 1.1 
-pe iker ,'ii I .v 
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(Vie i-iilei.il o{ I''-,.' ',■: ■ |.r-;I\ 
■ai.i '.le I l"-'ii_ up jM ..■n.i.iiii 
t'l he I.' ea.' e tlian;a r .1 _ iiiid- 
te; a \ /i. .iti.iii. 

] >'.- CI .IK .1 
111. '111 .a' a -p 
..f i:-e :.i. Ill', 


Ckie 
Peii 


•i I., I'ln- 
St'ickton. 


-Midullah. n7 
a ;hii-ie:j;\ -xs 
ait. 1 lioiin for 


■s'lL.'.l bi,: iie^:i..ii 'aken 1 ir 
n-j'i.sii lo St. Lake .- h.rspiial 

11- I' ■,|i'!>^a ,,i hiv iiiaire.i ■ .hs 
■1 til.. IP ,:il ol ll.a slU'.lt'l..,. ji'. 

lid Ihal -tih- |>h\ -I. a, .11 was .ip- 
a.i: e#t|\ ' ,,,il on la- le.a' w hen 
ijis ai.aai;"' e- tak'Mi irree aper niidia^li;. 
I c • '111 ' I all. Ill - -'- , ■ ._ 

i St ilf itiiaii- 


-Aaiiallaii. 
th.ai a-' he 
i.-i Sum \\7 
he -taiPd 


J-i, .".atn sp er.f, 

b<i.)ioa1 Fi iday 
ikider and .etv 

', a si,ileirieiii , _-aii1 
111.) K,!ui<i(| Kids 
■'liei-.'n bU'd and 
1 . - .1 I'll ouuii the 
i:'..i a.'i ahav.div 


or 


I didn't get ni.'iny leoprs 
1pi"phune lalls _ w iii'ii [ ■'\ 1 iie 
«h.iut -historRal even's a'.' I 'ti 

K""i- ''>■"■>■ airam li-. ai-e \e- ^^^^^^^ ^,..^,^ ^,,,.,,,, 
"ro ir.-'w;\' Week is uti." 


butie'l hi-t 


For February 
Only — Eagle 
Sub Just $3 


Member of 


a bad l.'iiow and sa\ int; that I 

doubt d;;e the Week i- '-ei y ,.,,,j„,. ,,,^ j,,,^) allhoir.;; tin 
effective m nieulcafini; a.", un- i„,^„,;; „.,.,^. j^p siib-,-iaii,l.ii d 
rierstandin- ■•if the Negro's plaiepipy are indicative of a desm 
in history, eiiher on the part l^, j,vp a .settled life, 
of Negroes- or whitp.s. Certainly] s^ih an attempt is bein<^- 

there is merit m the remindermiade in the Kern County area n ■ I I C * 

that Crispus Atturks. a Necro.Vm the nutskirhs of Bakersficid , QeT liel dinCO 
was the first to ia|| on Boslon in tlie communities of Caiveis- 

Coniiiiens and :n i -imilar com- vide and Crystal [Iei<;hts. C.ir- « /^ «» •« V^ * 
pilaiien of other last.s' for Ne- v ei .->, dip was ori.-e a tent .i'\. |Sf_^,^ | J I^C 
groesa but its .Nem-o inh.dalanis i.aiii 

But !ii?tory is '"le than a.peiir.anenl structures in \\huh 
roll rnlj .if name.- a-.'i a listinglto live. 
of individual actoiiiplishment.s, ; si,l .M .\I{f;.\s 


i. 


111.-.' iii\ 

i'l -'.-e. iit,',^ .\ii'. Pill 
['.ale .idniille.l biat tile ollaei- 
li.id ii'-ed the 1 ii-e .il delr.ei m^ 
a ti|<>£;i .un to l'pi Ch.ai le- to 


III Ihf ( uliliiniia h.imlp. il'- 
III eii-\ tliiiiu III do — and 
■as\ iiiiiiMiiir (MM--t»<'tlx«>k. 

Kur llie iiiiiiitli III I'fhriiary 
iiilv. Ihc h;:ii;lr. wiH r-tliiie 


liers L.-I '1 iiiii -.l.i\ the l.i-t .i,i\ 
.it 'he 1-7, '!l t,'' -I 1 :i!,,:i".ent .11 
Southern aie.'iiin's to t;!) s'u- 
.le.e-. 

1 " Clai .s 1 .' ;pl.iia.''i Ml 1' 

'■ .l.-"'i l',.e, '■- i'> se_:..|,.n;- ,.; 

■!;,■, -■'.d..a' b'.'i-. ll I'l ■ -' I :.,;eh 

.1.1 ■ p." -ai .1. I l\ a I.'- .1:1.! . ' ;--- 

111 i.-.i ■ ■•;. 'e ' .'r !.'• 

'..1 . ' e. 1 'ii'ii ,ii I'll' in .i;i\ 
"! " , 'ip -C'la 'iiMi- 

I'l ior :■! die i... ..mil .,' 'he 
-111. I. -lit.- ab.Mit tiuM) iiiiaia'- 


Victory in 
Sight, Says 
Recall Head 


'.' 


I I'ls ". as ,. ,11 i V i-ml: til, -ait- 
i-e,' .X'idilhaii saui. ";ei.| he 
i-t iia.i.'.ed it •,) nip 

.\'"|iii!,iii -ai.i !ip f'li n iO'i ped , 
. ••■' die p.iii p M . i!i|. p.ai iaii^ 
't. \s lie 1 e;u bed 71-t ■-trPrt, 
■ .-aai. lie -a\\ ■'■Happv atiai liiT 
lie a- t!i,-f;r lar " He Jiaiicd, 
.".1 i\i.i\ hi.piie.i lit. , 
lie - 'id lie ".iaitrt Ki;.,'.., tiiat 


V. 


Iv 


"\.-| ...lll'l s;^- 

,| ,1 Pa: , s ...i e. .ad p. a iIioii-'7 
- li.i 'hi' He\ 11 i! iinoid 
,. Pa'oolsi,!- ' ii.an a-. 1:1 ,1^ die (7)ni- 
niittpp !..■ the laih llT-i|U'' 
-i.i.iii.ili-j kept ,111 ail imiit vi-'.il '■■'"■ M<.n,iay. 'Our vrt-irv 1- 
■['uesdav niLdii. h.iiii 7 (i.tn. to '" >^i~'T 


Gizengo's Fate 
;:;: Placed in Hands 
Of Adouloi Men 


o[)Pn the door, but insisted Ihat its iilreaily low siih-iTi|>U<iii Mi .itie. iiiarehine wilii < atidles. mooKili- reniaiKs viem.ned 
thev then idpntilied theniselvesj (iric- li> one dyllar, mukine sin^'inu .NpiriliiaN aii't kneelin'^ ' = '"''1 ^ ree.dl laPv held .Sun- 
as fxiiiep iiftieeis hefoip rnlei-! th<' lotal |)riec for a full ■Near in pravcr m front of tiie prrsi- '^'''V eveninj: at die -Souiliern 
w^ the suite, ^ -:,i issues of Ih.' Kaule - idcnt s home, Mi-sion,iry Hapiist Chureh. !.)- 
TO STinV <;,\SK , !>nl> S:t: Tlie loekout. Ilie.niM 
Til.' aiia'-tinL; ..111..!-. - ,t I .ls<-\\ her.' in this issue voii kind. <littia<.ed ,1 se; le- o' 'n. 1- " "|' 
Wilh.ie Ow.'ii- anil ,-,-t, la. bail i\ ill llml a i'i>u|Hin. ( lit il oul, dents in\nlvin'.- -Iiidenis wiiiiii 


'^'■"""""^ l.KOPOi.DVil.I.K. The feauo' 

.\nioine (iizeixca. who 'Aas 

bronelil baek to I,eop'i]d-,ill» 

after tiis bodyguard !iad npcn 

leaaited bv die eiimhineGl foi ee.s, 

■; rreiiney Cvaalle ,\d.iu!,. ,-" ' 

CM.I.S, IN I'K.TITIONS aie Idiit.-d ^ P.on-. w a - pl.-i?erl 

More lli.in lill) r.uii-sn.iked under house" iriesi here T'lec- 

pel. ions foiiVPii Hn appreeialive dav . 


.itPil I 111 die iie.'in .if the 



Ki'iililey. t.K.k the sl.in.l lo tiiek, lill in .M.iiruame. address, liCL'an wuii ,1 dp, iii.n-.liation ih 

Mr- M'dviii.i lovMi-eii'i. well l,;,ii,e., .ir^itiiieni Toev both /.one niiinlier, enrlose thrcf. do.vnt'Avn H.iton l',oii'.;e .m.iuisl 

kU'iwn loe;d re-iclenl who bas^,,,,) ,h,n iii.i.ip the l.ial atler dollars and mail il to Tli« rti-enniaial. .rv eiiipl, v iiient 111 .,,,,i,„,,,.„ ,, ,„„ ,,,-,;i wii-' 

I ] /' If 1,^-11 . ... .luineiue .is iiio r 11 si A.vir, tip is ai a^\-a' tiia on 

I ''\'<' II' (-ahfornia sime 1921 reeeninic ,>n anonviiious lip ihal Caliloriiia Kaule. •2HII W . 12 vaiieiy ,. 11 d flciiartiiient p.^^i^.^. .^^j^, .^, ^^^, ,|^p^,^ 

or .ailm-as. The. Carvei-vdlp and C r y - 1 a 1 .uid who reeently celebrated the chailes was 11-111- dope 111 hi- \enion avenue, /one 8, and .-loia'-. Seven members of CORI i '■■insjdp tl'le Citv of \n 

real Ml p of hi.s-:^'^'^'^'-\. ;*'■•" di-isly, liiicred liJnd anniversary of her mar- ^,,10! room. >(urr.- on the list: who h.-uf been aetive Jea'lers in |^,^ ,|^' 

William Townsend.i Aftei- Ii-ienie • t,i th.- .-iit'ii. That's all Ihcr.- is to It. Jije demoiisii alions ' were 


'areas. PTith accumulates iie- riacp 


to 


tory a- told inicau.se there i- no c;arl)aL,'0 or die.l la-t .Siind.iv of a he. in ai 
our books as far' ■'Pfu^^ collecti,,n. The >;re. t,- a. k. 


I After li-tenin.; t.i tiie .-ui^ii 


riuht now' 


iCon; .nued on P.i. 


as Nct;roe- are 
concerned lies 
in the Taet that 
it treats the Xe- 


aie poorly graded, tar covered 

roads. There are no street lights 

or sidewalks. There are no 

1 Continued on Paye 4i 


Housing to be 
Discussed at 
Ventura Meet 


<ri'(> as an 'nit- 
sider who ie s had little or n ,'h- 
ing to ri'i ',\ ith shaping die 
course of ,\nierican hi.-iorv. 
Take the ( 7', d War, as an e.\- 
nmple. Todi\7s history l-nioks 

go so far as to pretend that calitiC'i e, s were 

the war wa>* brought on bv'quar- TV Ventura Coiintv ^A.-\CP , „ ,, „ ^^^ ,, ,,^|,(,p 
rpls over states rights or re- "^ Planning a -new look at. all j^.,^., 
suited from ..■cmomic competi- "■^'"'"■^ '"'f >-"^~r" 1'^'' "i ''" 


I Continued on Page 4) 


the 


Featured 

in the Eagle 

Church Activities 5 

^itorials 4 

Bill Smallwood 8 

Sports ..- 6 

Social , 7 

^ow Business 9 

Peopk .-._ 9 

Chazz Crawford 10 

Oxnard 8 


Iluiial sfi \ a es weie held 
V. euiysdav ir.orning at Beiitel 
A\!K ehuri ll. ' l.'iU W. 2.iith 
.'reel, with Ihe fi astor. the Hev. 
Fre.; 17, .Stepiieiis. of [n la; iiig. 
Ml - i .iw lis. 'lid hi'id hapii 'a 
naieb. i ..f P.elhei f.M' "'.) vers, 
.oiiiaig ii'irtiv .allei' s.ie movec 
■1 l.os .\e ales. K.-r M\ "f those 
ve.is -!;.. scfved thp rliuiTh as 
■ i -lewarde-s, 

Paillie.'i p, s were ito-lvn 
Cleveland. 
iViiier.^on. Kieeman 
dale-. \oblc Cioueh an 
' ieoi i-'i ll'.ust'.n. M. IiHeinreiit 
was he'd iii Fvergreen Ceme- 
leiy. .\iigelus Funeral Home 
vva.s in charge of ai rangeinenls. 

Mrs. Tovvnsend, who lived at 
1674 W. 3Tth street, was borp in 


urban i otnmunity durin'i 
year lali'J. 

P"ir-t such matters to be 
scrutini/ed will be one ol the 
most difficult problems facing 
Negro city dwellers — housing. 

The first monthly meeting of ^ . 

the year will be held Friday. '^'''"iP'i'^' ^en"- '" 1H«2. At the 
Jan. 26, at 7:30 p.m., with the 'u™ of ^he century she married 
emphasis on finding a place to ^^'''>iam Townsend and together; 
live. It will be an informational! they traveled through life for 
meeting no business to be 'he next 62 years, 

transacted — and will have as' In addition to her husband, 
its guests members of the Mrs. Townsend is survived by 
-Vlayor's Committee on Human three daughters. Elizabeth Phil- 
Relations and a representative 
of the realty firrrr selling houses 
in the Rose Park development. 



. ti.ii'ce- .if ■rciiellion," 
^''e . The I'nited Nation- Mondio* 
and demago'^ues wjiu ].,j,eH ,|,p protection it .accord- 
vouid plot to keep .niinority ,.,< c./pn-a smee he aitived 
aciups li.oiii bpini; lepiespnied pf,,.p <aUl'da-- m -lit ■ ' " 

1 eiiy governments." he said. ,,. • i,. / ..' w^ inJi- haiids' 


'We must be aware ol liicni and 


il 


ale 


ll .\doiila' 


t ",' ( cs 


Bishop College 
Head To! Soroses 
^n His Pulpit \ . ' 

ri\l,L\s. Tex, IS t>r M" K. 
iri'V .' pie- 
;e. Iipsiia 
Mtnon last Sunday, seemed to 


LEAGIE L.\INCHES CAMPAIGN 

— ^The Los Angeles Urban League's 

membership campaign got off to a 

good start Sunday when Dr. Clarence 

Scott: four giandchildren and G. Littlejohn, drive chairman, dis- 

four great grandchildren. I cussed the League's program on a 


lips, triise Taft and Reriiicc 


panel discussion over KGFJ. Panel 
members are, from left: William 
Bailey and the Rev. .James H. Hargett, 
assistant chairmen: .lal' • Jacobs round 
table moderator; and Dr. Littlejohn. 

(Adams) 


ecogni/e tliem wliercvcr they 
.ire." 

Biookms poinle.i out Ihat 
.\ hde not as dram.ili.' ,is tiee- 

'iim rides or ligliting the K.K.K. 

■<a-,dl IS iie.;',ing .ill ciii/ens in 

k.eir light lor free deinoci atie 
t'Mt e--ion, 

d he linh 1 iistrii t i:ei all C/otn- 

nblee's i impaigir . .lordiualoi . 

i'-.MPk Tern, .-aid the iMnmiil- ^"'"'''^ ■' f "'^"'''•'" "^ Bis!,..iic('o1- 

.'P^expe.-is P, .lose Us drive 1< '■^<'- hesnaled as lie i.losP.ifc-hH, 

or s'gnatures liy tire .'.nd of 
j.,i|.ni..|,,^ ' jr.ipe lor \' .\rd- ami . slfimped " 

"■■\Ve''are i.ili;.- in ail pell- 'i"'""! ''^ ''^'^ '^"'"",- ^^ '"-^P'^'ni*;.- ' 
■ions ii'iw belli'; creulalc.i .iiid "' 'i' "•''''>' ''"'''• ' 
iiave sel .I.in. 76 rs a tentative ''-^ uns.ru-^hpd lo a sainlorl- 
alcsuvg d.ale," .Terta sia'ed. "i" ., ^"•■''"^"' he..w;^s ,4'Ve a 
""Once Ihcse aie proec.-scd and thorough ex^'inmation. Tpp.^ver- 
icheckpd olit we will have an ac- 'I'''' ^^'^'^ 'h.nt lie was .spficring 
i curate appraisal of the situa- f™'^^ complete ncrvousnexfiaus" 
\iQi-] ■• tion. H^ was ordered to' take a 

icornplele rest. ^. ,, 

C7\N KXTEXb I Dr. Curry has been ' under 

He further stated that the heavy pressure for some time 

aommittee cxpcclcii to havie a supervising the erection of the. 

suffiident numhcr of signatures campus in Dallas and moving 

lor filing al tiiat time. dhe college froni iMarshalKMo its 

"H.iwever." he continued, present site h'ere.^ He has a-lso 

Our scbedu'p p.^'.mits an "ex- .been involved in fund-raising 

tension ol ilie ciosing period eiloits to iielp defray the cost 

I tContmued on Page 1) |of the U'ans^er. 


/r4 


2 — The California Eagle Thursday, January 25. 1 962 



Jilted Lover 
Says Hell Kill 
Ex-Girl Friend 

"1 ,11 ,;ii.ii^' to liliiw \()Ur 
l<r;iin^ mil '" 

Willi th;it urcpliiiL', Oshonie 
raitcr, I'll,, of 211fi S Menln| 
-11 (••^1.. M'liiiiciily \:iiikoi] open 
.ho (li: •'.■ if tlip 1 ar 111 ujiich llio 
A\('(."hrai I wl-.'i had jii:o<l him 
A, -IS ^'-atod last Friila>-. 

Mi-> .loun T ! )r'svi_:iii"s ;;:' .»[ 
'JK'i.'l S Criiual a\-oiiiie. tuld jxi- 
r r- tlial Carti'i L:rahliiil 'n.T 
lira. lhi>n [ijintoil I i> ■_iin al 


HI I.I.KTS MIT m II.IHN*. 

She I'll 111 the rrouiKt. .>lio 
>;iul. and as she IhmkI the Inrl- 
lei's (T.ishim; Hi'oiinc) her. she 
, picked hi'i self lip and !ir'L;ap '■> 
liun ilciwii (Vnti.il a\cn\i('.. 'Vwt 
hii!lol>, liicd a-in-v Ccir.tal 
avenue, wore iitilieddcd in Ihe 
liiKir and waM ol a hiiiMlini: 



TAI.KINCi IT ()\ KK - Al^n Crans- 
t(jn, State conlrolici-. center, taljis over 
th<' problems and duties of hife offiee at 
a luncheon held at the Watk'ins Hotel 
last P'riday. Shown here, froin left, 
Lawrence Wilson, iiresident ' Suixrior 
Escrow Company; Mrs. Jean D. Light- 


foot, assistant director Community Re- 
lations Conference; Cranston':- Atty. 
Loten Miller, publisher of the Califor- 
nia Eagle; and We.sley Biazie|^, execu- 
tive secretary Los Angi-U;! Urban 
League and jiresident of Safety Sav- 
ings" and Loan Ass"n. 


LUCKY LAGER "nVIST — Planning a Twist ))aitv 
for Monday night. Jan. 29. at the Nitelife, 3S(il S. 
Western avenue, to help finance the "Don't Buy" 
campaign against Lucky Lager beer are mcmbeis 
and friends of the California Rusmess Men's Ass'n. 
Seated, from left: (hm Williams; Edgar Charles, 


president; William Files; and Joyce Jones. Stand- 
ing, center: Louise - McUhinnie. Betty Hughes, 
Betty Howe, Medeley Hall. Lov.ena Kami. Cale 
Scott. Jean Johnson and Wendell (Jrei ii. Rr;-.r: Je.ssie 


1 'Jlii'i .-' (Vntial a\i'irii'. 

' ^' "^ - ^-'' Mothers Jailed 


!»•( ,niic anyry l.a>t Thursitay 
Ahen she loid liim she uas 
ircakiiiL' their relHtinnsliip. The 


,v\hen she loid liim she uas por | P6SDQSS 


n.-\t .i ,y he rai,-r to lier apart- \f\ ScHool Fioht 

mint, uitli a l)hie vicel min in ^ 


White. Charles Wheri-y, Sandy Sanfurd. Tomso |his h.md and Uireatened iiei , ciik'aco .\> the resuh of 
Dickei-son and Grace Perkins. iVcrdell Young* "i"' -''"' lienKMisiiaiions a-.unsi nan-fer 

' -- - - — - — ^j,,, ^,,1 auuy fiiiMi tvmi and "f ■■ ' Nouim ilem'cni.irv srhiKtl 


Macnish 


Baptist Pastor Ovnamite Blasts Follow Family Savings' i;;'!"k/!!sT^,ul'im.r"'rpT,a,or! iJun^ 

- _ _ _ y 


Left Estate of i l^i *._ d..^ d {Speakers See 


Over $1 Million 


Leniency to Bus Burners 


BIRML\(:HAM. Ala. 


A few hours after a Fed-' 


Lakers Play 


Aith a Irieiid. .'<> hcsier Frank- ianll> Ne^ro (iilirspic srhml. 
an. \Uio works a' the same ' 'en 1 [-"iiiiui. imiuiixc senc- 
pla(.' Uo> i.f th.' (In, ,i,(, N.\,\(l' 

Ciller fij|lo\',ed hn so she iaaiuh .nid 11 irntlicis wi:,- 
■ nd h'rariklin reliirned 1 o ',]'-v on sled ipn .1 i:i !■■ .m 

ihi 
•An t 
d lii 
of the National Bapti.LA-onvcn- churcheS here were bombed. ,.,s ha.v ,"' a."",h.''' ^[ 7;:,:;." <''"*''- "''-^ l'"'^'"' "l> ^' hi>.!aulo| a>se,niiK 

lion Inc. in Kansas Cii>. !ef. an ch ir-'s against luo of r:;;hl ,>evere dama:;e in the hlasts Km, ;<■ , u„ k.i . h ,,keil,ail -.me ^"^^''^ "" -"^"V"!''' '"" ''"'\ """ ''..:1 1'!!, '"'.?.!"",! \. ""■" '"'" 

esiate worth more liian a :;m!- d. f nd mis uore dropped. .L'..S. i"i''f started alxiiit 111 p.m. !Kiid,i> iii_hi " " > • ■ ■>.....,, 

l.tm dollars. ac>ordin^ to h;s .Ind.o H, llohari (;ro<in'.s placed ''"''p rhiirrhes hit were .St' -pw,. ,,_,,„,. ., , ,,, ^ . _, ^ ■ lo-t to s.are her 

attorney. ti\e otiicis on a vear's proha-.'-"'"-'^''^ .•\Mi:Z, Ne.\'>' Hoihid l^ajt- s.mrlK-iT \m' P \ ( 'I t '" 'l'"^'^' """ '-'"'i '"" '•' "•" '■'" "" 

.\ttv. rhe>!er <m,'h pla,,.diion and ^cnion.M'd the siMh. '■>' •'"'! 'li>;_ !n<lepende;it Tri- ;^,^^„.^,^ ,' , ;, '_ ,:;;;,:,,^,. ",;, );,;;: Jl^" <n-e. 
this 'evaluation on fie . Ke'v. f-o^rr Hale .Coneh. Ui a >ear "'"Ph^ .\ poiiye ouhrr uas iv- ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ .,,,„»,,, ,h,. (•!,:„.' I'"!"*- ir.akini: the arrest cot 



PKTROlT -- Tne R.■^^ .\ <. ^^^^^ District Couit gave six men a slap on the wrist for ,/^'''"'''' ''" ' •■■"i'i".^'-.'< o( .,,,,,, ,,„p,„ „ ,, ,, ,1^^,,, ,•.„'„.,. ,,i.,;,„ ,j ,)^,, ,,,.„, ..mI of 

WllChl. who t;;o(i last sfp,, :;i- ,, . ^ ■ ,C -u c u j .u l ,- ol-Hliiilv .S.iMnss ami loan V. . , ' , , , 

her when he 'ell fion^ the n'at- ^^eir part in the burnm^ of a bus and the beating of „,,,,,„„, .,,.,,, ,, , V - '"""'"' ""^ """ "' '"''' '"''' '•'""^"t'' - "" ! l'";. 

form durinc the storms' M-sLin^ PYecdorti Riders m Anniston. Ala.. last.May, three Negro i,,.,-^ ,,f „,., ^,^^,„ ,;^, ,;,,." . '.■ ;; I'ulled her oot oi .!„• r,.r ;"'''''■'' ""^'. "'-I-- ■'■"! 


— ^ — \ 

Macnish] 


SCOTCH WHISKY 

Very Light.. .Very Luxurious 


Blended & Bottled by -Robert McNisti & Co., Ltd.Gfasjow S-ottewl 
86 Proof • Wets'.ec liiteinaUoiwI ImporU • Los Angeles • Sole Agents 


iff tile Kun hut. Jie >.iid, it uas imenls wcic ai le-tc-il 
lie said hi 


\Vr,r;hts property to sroirh. lie and a day m prison. 

s.iid. f.'.lse rumors as to ii^ ..\i| si\, ransom,;; in ayes fi oni 

worth. lie said no \wll has been Coi^ li. lit. to Fr.ink [! .lolm- 


Hale .Coueh. to' a >ear "mph A police ofih-,'i- u.is 

[lorteii i.'tjiired in one of ilie cx- 

I'iosiollS. 


$1 D0WN'$1 DOWN •$T DOWN •$! DOWN*$l D0WN'$1 DOV 


filed for probate. 


.soil. 4_'. are from the .\nnisMn 


Those-Cofton' 
Boys Liqubri ' 

Open 09il/6 a.m.-!2 a !qn. 

Weitern^AVe. at 35th PI. 
REvM320 


Mississippi Challenged 


"Vinil\ ( 'lies' a. 

i;-y .Mi:;. , 

M y o I 'on 
K.oioK .^".i\inus 


\ ho Mlod hv 


an niu>\ne(ted Ninus Thev were 


adn^.itted lo Carier'-. home )i\ 
i,ics.|..n« of •''■imes Sullivan \vho appe.ared 


nrroiin i- 


verv ner\'ius. Wlide searehiir 


':i'p,in\ ofl irnU • IJohrrt 


f.- 


r.artiM's fun, s^hi- h lhe> 


'i'he r.i:.;nt followiiii; the i ourt 
action three ilynamite ch.ii^es: .I.ACKSON. .M.--.> 
v\erc SO! oil b\' •persons un- NAACP lord -uir i 
kiloxwi ■ uifhm an hour of each foort heri> this ucek 
other, .all three on the sidewalk ''i'' f^' iHiion of Ne 
or cui b outside Nei<ro churches, fiom imhi.c ii.ii'ks. 


■io|i .\r\ ml I'.en i.on.ti M- s i"' ""' find, "if "flieers came 
The :.c>l;i. si- ,..^ v,|,., I ,.;ii ,.„,.ntcd "fX'" ''■'•" m.'iriiuana ricareltes 
l-"edcial 111' h isb md \vh:l.< h' ..tien.led under the j)'.!! )\v - . 

k.ni; li' •ill- sloo-.a.plii.. .ii.'.r.rr for .suliivan admitted they he- 
. ;'i/ens I'll, ii'^i Ke.;: ..dv ill \\',ishinL-*lont;et| to him. p<jlii e saiii, and 
I Kirs. ■ n jii.l 1 If. «id Mis. l-jl'.Mii T lie. i;ke Carter, was placed nn- 



Tuo of the I'hurches suffered zoos. i,'olf courses aii.i th.. like Win 

t h rou • ; hou t .\ ! i s s i s s i p j n . 


ier arrest. 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK 

Believe It live It Support It 

CALIFORNIA CHURCH FURNITURE CO. 

I'lOO Center St., HoUyd.ilt 
De.s:. ne:s .^nd ManLif.ict.jrers of Fine Chi. re 'i Fuin.tL. c 

NE 6-2457 


.. Brotherhood Greetings 

THE SALVATION ARMY — HARBOR LIGHT CORPS 

IF WE CAN HELP YOU — PLEASE' CALL 
Brigadier Chtheroe at MA 5-2614 — TS E. 4th St.. Lo« Angeles 


Page's Mobil Service 

Charles Page. Mgr 

2800 S. Santa Fe Ave. 
Compton -NE. 5-1896 


GREETisr. DURI\G 

BROTHERHOOD 

WEEK 


■VOU ARE 

THE TOPS- 


voj 

ARE ALL .M.,>T WONDERFUL' 1 


LOL^ELLA 

PA.,'SONS 

1 



•VVe Proudly S.iUite 

Our Brother" 

Custoci Seat Covert 

Sport Tops — Auto Gi;iss 

tniurance Repar^ 

Nothi.ig Down — EZ Pn'ts. 

Certified Auto Upholstery 

7"5 E. M.inihester 

Los Anqeles PL 7 26'9 

Open Daly A. Sat. S 10 to 6 


BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM 
LQYOLA UNIVERSITY 

Father Charles S. Cassasa — President 
7101 W. 80th St. * Us Angeles 


Brotherhood Week 

Believe It, Live It,' 

Support It 

Ray Brown 


"Celebrate Brotherhood Continuously" 

BELTY'S LIQUOR STORE 

6912 SO. CENTRAL 
lOS ANGELES LU 5-5474 


WE SALUTE BROTHERHOOD WEEK 

DR. MORRIS P. ATKINS, DO. ' 

DR. MOSES A. ROBINSON, DO. 

' — 24 HOUR SERVICE — 

LU 7-1191 5500 Duarte St. Los Angeles 58 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK . . . 

for PEACE and FRERDOM 

Believe It! live Itl Support It! 

SIDNEY'S 

SUPER MARKET 

11024 S Vermont Ave. 

Los Angeles 

PL. 4-2848 


Brotherhood Week 

FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM 
Believe It! 

Live It! '• 

Support It! 

Linda Darnell 
Robby Robertson 


ED GAUTHIER SEZ: 

"NIGHT AND DAY ... IT WILL ALWAYS IjAY . . .TO 
BUY THE LOW, EASY BANK WAY AT 




Mansion House 


3601 So, VERMONT AVE. RE. 1-23,79 

Open Daily :9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun: 10 am. to 6 p.m. 

eiGAHTIC 

ROCKER SPECIAL 


BROTHERHOOD 
BELIEVE IT — LIVE IT — SUPPORT IT 

WOODMAN'S BARBER & BEAUTY SUPPLIES 

DiitriDuting Tikom Shampoo. and Magic Cjoom — Also Shoe Shine 

Shine Supplies — Distributor of New Day Products 
4222 S. CENTRAL AVENE • AD 39280 


Brotherhood Salute 
ADAMS FEED & SUPPLY CO. 

Fertilizers — Hay — Feed 

Se»ds 
Poultry & Rabbit Supplies 

Pet Fjods 4 Remedies 

8707 South Compton, LA. 

LU 7-0670 



GREETINGS DURING BROTHERHOOD WEEK 

ROBERT WEBB 

FLYING ■A" STATION 

11324 S. CENTRAL AVE. 

LO e.1141 LOS ANGELES 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK 
Believe It— Live It-Suport It 

J. 0. KINNEY 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT* 

710 Wilthlre Blvd 

Santa Monica EX 5-0864 


Brotherhood Week 

Believe It, Live It, Support It 

ROSSMORE HOTEL 


c 


From $2.25 Per Day - Weekly Rates Our Courtesy. 

— Hundrecfs of Rooms & Parlcing — 

Rossmore Hotel 905 East 6th MA 5-7070 


Brotherhood Greetings Dolphm't of Hollywood With 2 Locations 
DOLPHIN'S NO. 1 1065 E. VERNON AVE. 

Open Mon. Thru Sati rday. 9 AM.' Sundays 9 A M. Midnight 

AD. 3 93^7 
DOLPHINS NO. 2 S628 SO- BROADWAY 

Open Da ly 9 A M —Midnight ' 
PL. 3-9426 LOS ANGELES. CALIF. 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK 

Believe It — Live It— Support It 
KASTEN'S BAKERY 

1521 Venice Blvd. Venice 


EX. 1.2365 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK 
For PEACE and FREEDOM 

Beiieve It-Live ll-Suppoit It 

University Hospital 


BROTtiEHOOD WEEK 

Believe It Live It Support It 

Mason Contractors Exchange 


2013NO. Main, L.A 31 


CA 1.6332 


GREETINGS DURING BROTHERHOOD WEEK 

J. J. NEWBERRY COMPANY 

COMPLETE VARIETY STORES — 

VISIT OUR NEAREST STORE 

FOR UNUSUAL VALUES 


Greetings Durinq Brotherhood Week 
ICCAl :r1710 AFof L 

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD of ELECTRICAL WORKERS 


Brotherhood Greetings 


Large Economy Buses 

for Youth, Churctl and 
Scnool GrouDt 

225! E. 97th St. 



Air ConditionMl 
Dalux* 

tkchnt S«at 


"We Appreciate Your Business" 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK 
FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM 

Flora Pastry Shop 

AD. 2-9465 

800 W. Vernon Ave. 

Believe Itl live It! Support it! 


J. IVANS 
Appliance Repair 

If no answer 

AN. 2-4972 

REFRIG. -WASHERS 

Also SMALL APPLIANCES 

CALL FOR and DELIVERY 

ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED 

Please Mention This Ad 

When You Call 

AN. 9-1213 
2718'/2 BROOKLYN 


BROTHERHOOD 


Believe It Live It Suport It 

BLEEFLOWER AUTO STORAGE & SALES 

1 781 1 S. Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower 

$25.00 Delivers Any Car 

ME 3-7531 WA 5-4277 


Brotherhood Greetings 


THE pRIAT ATIANTIC i PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, INC. 


uper l^arkets 

AMillUS BIPINDAIll FOOD WIRCHINT SiNCI l>S4 


t Bl«« Chip Stamps N«t Avoilobk (n Urn Di^t* fr ImpmwM C*. 

H « Rrjterrr 1k^ fiiaht to t^rmit Qmtrntttxm 

"We Appreciate Your Business" 



FEATURES: 

• SOLID WALNUT 

• DOUBLE coil ROCKER SPRING* 
^ • FOAM CUSHi0NIN3 

• 6IG.SEAT SIZE (21' X \<f') ■ 

• quality frieze 

• choice of fairic color 

• deep: tuffed back 

• foam FADDED arm RESTS 


$1 DOWN — Low, Easy Bank Terms 

at ED GAUTHIER'S 

MANSION HOUSE 

3601 South Vermont Ave. 
RE. 1-2379 

$1 D0WN'4il D0WN'$1 D0WN"$1 D0WN*$1 D0WN*$1 DOV 


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BANQl'KT SPONSOR— Shown nxTiving check fdr 
$500 from Mrs. LiUian Maitin. sponsor of the din- 
ner seated second from left, are mt^mbcrs of the Fei - 
rell-for-Asscmbly Commiltee at the kick-off dinner 
Monday night. Fernando I^llis, standing third from 


left, ^ileilgid .SoOOO on behalf of the Tabernacle of 
Faith Brotherhood. Shown .^ Mted fnini left: TJiom;!.s 
K. Kii)^:. .Mr.-;. Mai tin. L'nan.r Wilson ami Rtv S. 
(). P.aiiu'tt, cniccr. Standing: John PcWis. .John 
T. Williams, Kllis and A. C. Kitihcn. (Adams) 


Rev. Ferreli's 
Assembly Bid 
Now Official 


By B.ARBAR.A MOL'NTS 

Moll- itiMii STOIMI was p|p(i<;oii 
and more than S'\M in rash waN 
conlnhiilOfl Monrlay iii-lit at 
the tcick-olf h.inquol laiinchin:.; 

,lhp ( ;':i;t),ii!:n ipf \br Row F. 

iDoimlas KpiipII for iho .Vith A.s- 

(SPiiihly I)!sifii;I sr;!t.. Thp han- 
qiipt was ho'rl al the Will Ro^pisi 
F{p< icalion Cpnier at 10:iid .streets 
and Su<iTs.-; avciuip. i 

The capiii i()u«. Ixine-rhilhnE;, 
raui-.ror;ii failed to dampen the| 
enthusiasm of the 'Mk) guests 
who •jn\e t.'ieir sijpp,i,-t mo'aliv 
and linanriallv to Rev. Keirell. 
When he rose to speak he was 
L'ivi n a '.landiH' i,vation punc- 
tuated h\ a tdusjnt; cheer and a 
chant s:i\ric. 'We Want Fer- 
rel). We Want Ferrell," 

I.O\(;-TIMK SIPI'ORTKR 
The hanqupt uas sponsored, 
hy civic leader Lillian Martini 
and the Feit-ell for Assemhlyl 
' Conimittrr Mrs. Martm has 

:ser\eil for n^.ore th.an IT years' 
as the rnanrit;er of the Sav-Way 
Dm- .'^•ore at ITriT K hP.rd 

i>lre(M 

Shi' h:is hccii one of ih 


TtTorsdav, January ?5 1962 The California Eagle — 3 



am , 


I cprespntat.v r 
IS a staiini'tl 
T-'cri ell's i)lan 
llie f)e,.ple of 
She has heen 



INITIAL TAKE-OIT — I^repared to receive pledge? 
and cash uhich added up to more than STOOO and 
S600 respectively at Will Rogers Park Recreation 
Center Monday night are members of the Ferrell- 


1 or- Assembly Committee. Standing from left aie: 
Rev. A. L. Williams. Rev. D. D. Livingston. Paul 
Jackson, coordinator: Bill Turner and Carl Wi ight. 
M.I). Seated: Al Garcia. (Adamst 


s'Miporlcis of 
','oM I nincnt and 
l)a. kcr o' I'.i\ . 
'■•■• I I'prc^cnliiiij 

the fpjth I>lsll U t. 

aitue In 1 oirenii.n:'v en'etpri/es 
and h IS made newcomers wel- 
come to the area. She is a mem- 
ber of the Tahernai le of Faith 
Baptist Church, of uhirh Rev. 
.Ferrell h,?s been pa~tor for 
more than 17 years. 
I Mrs Martin started the pres- 
entation .if tzifts for the ( aril- 
pai£;n \Mth a check for ^"ifxi from 
the S.i\-Way nruc f'.impany. 
She \', as followed hv the Brother- 
hiKid of ilir ( hiiiih wliich 
pledjed SJiHin to the fund Others 
niakmu' l.ii .-e i ontiitnitions in- 
cliidi- 1 Pr rharles Hall u ho m- 
terrupte,! h;S t.ilk to hancl over 
a ( i'ec k f-'- ^■-T)!): r>- Carl \. 
Wrichl. ^;ii<i: .\sh,ley-( ;rishy 
Moriuar'.-, Vlnn 

(ONTIJIIU TIO.\«s 
f)il\rrs niakjii'.-;. si/.'iI^Ip ' on- 
trihnt:. f^s m, hided Harrison- 
Rosv ^^.^•l^l!y Ministers mak.- 
inir iie--;on.iI conlrihntions of J'Jj 
or leo'r.' were Re\ s (" W .Xrn- 
oM. .T r.iit'er p P Li\ii:rston 
and ;ran\ others Mr and ^Trs. 
rharles Nash, parents of Mrs. 
Ferre'l. ea\e a cash linnntion 
of 15711: Ferreli's •u,-, ..oris. Fred-| 
■ i:< k' Ferrell. ir>. and Slieridan 
Ferret). 11. surprised their 
faUvv ^vi'h p'edzes of SV) and 
\■27^ resne( tivelv. In addition to 


*V FOR MCTOKY— P.ev. F. Douglas 

Ferrell. candidate for the As.sembly in 
the .")5th F)i.stiict. shows the confidence 
of a veteran politician as lie launches 


liis campaign for AssembljTnan. Pic- 
tured with the pastor is his wife, 
■Esther. (.Ada^ns) 



STAINCH SIPP0RTER8 — A near 
capacity crowd filled the auditorium 
at the Will Rogers Park Monday night 
to attend the kick-off dinner for tiicir 


favorite candidate. Rev. F. Douglas 
Ferrell. candida'tc for the Assembly in 
the o5th Di.<rict. .(Adams) 



AT THE 

NEW 


Effective 
January 1st 
1962 



PER 

ANNUM 


DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY 

Accounts Insured Up To $10,000 

Funds Received By the 10th 

Earn from the 1st 


D 


□ 


4.6 


% 


Accounts l-«urerf 1o 110,000 by ifl 
agency of the United 3tatas Govcnment 


D 


Current Annua/ Rafe 





D ■ BROADWAY 

FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 

BROADWAY AT 45TH. LOS ANGELES 37. CALfFORNIA 


ADAMS 2-4271 


24 HOUkJ SERVICE AT . . 

Tommy Tucker's 



BAIL BONDS 
5113 W. Pico 

(WEST OF REDONDO BIVO ) 

WE 7-3766 

JERI DUNN 

JOHN KIGH 

TOMMY TUCKER 


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FANTASTIC SALE! 

SELLING!! 


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l.'V \ !• '' (vi ••\r- siipp.Mt cif lll« 
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.NpMtij tl'.r" proniiiiPrt cup-Is 
Aim Pw!:. r ("..inmioioiiPr Kv- 
citiTn P ri.r nnii Mr-;. P.^rtrr: 
M- Ti i ""T'^ T. ^T ]l]nrs..Mr 


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A ' r-; II.'nr\ . Mr. nnd i 


Ml-. I'.r.rjc N;i-h, Mr .nnili 
Mr-, '-.luir Flwar.N. Mr. amij 
■^I'- .1 >hn firiff r...ri(irn \Vrii:ht. ! 

;:,■:!. . H.M, M:i.\ (' .ionp<.: 

'.• •.1.: 1 iMod!. Iv-r'io Hall.: 
.\iii' ' T.fNli". Kirm^'mf (.'iH)k.' 
;■'.■. K, I ,nl. Mr iii.l M;s. Wal- ; 
. ■ i;mIi I-. li: -^1 Whiir. Wil-J 
.i.irri ^.-v .V .111.1 P.e\ .T B Wclv ' 

Tim f ' I -i'.\i.l l'\ iiifmbris| 
■.f ilip Trin-XL,''' Wiirlii '.:riMip. 
• .1, (I'lnatrd fr>i ihi- tnrcp-.'.ursp | 
; liii krr\ lop.i-t 

.Mi-. Pru^'y tlraiidy was Ihf 
"UP-; S(ili>i-i uilh Ar:;i.)la Taylor 
ac'.-o:np;!ni-' 


MEN'S CLOTHING STOCK 
AT SAVINGS UP TO 70% 

ALL OUT SALE!! 

FINAL REDUCTIONS 

We must sell this tremendous stock of domestic and imporled 
men's cioithing nnd haberdashery at give away prices. 

Open Every Night 'til 9, Sunday 10 ;o 5:20 

Choose from thousands ol garments . . . domestic ond imported fabrics. A'! wool 
worsteds, gabardines, sharkskins, flannels, wool and mohair, docron poiye$ter ard 
wo*, wool ond silk mixtures, tweeds. CONVENTIONAL, CONSERVATIVE and CONTI- 
NENTAL MODELS. Regulars, shorts, longs, stouts,' Icng-stouts end short-stovts. Sizes C6 
to 60. OPEN THIS SUNDAY 10 to 5:30. 


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NOW.. .ABBEY MAKES THE PATIENT 
FINANCIALLY COMFORTABLE, TOO! 


NOW YOU CAN 


BUY 


ON EASY MONTHLY TERMS: 


Hospital Beds 

with mattress as low as $7.95 per mo. 

Vi'heel Chairs as low as S7.97 per mo. 

Patient Lifts , as low as $9.30 per mo. 

Health Lamps as low as J7.77 per me. 

Walkers as low as $8.00 per mo. 

A^irlpool Baths as low as $9.06 per mo. 


.'. And You Try Before You Buy With 
One Month's Rental Applying to - 
Purchase 


BEMILi 


A' Aliliey Vmi Can 
1 1 ) rem ii, ci) tniy 
ir ouuiKht on pa^.v 
iiMirKiily terms. 
' ' » r»-nt it .l<j 
STr> ain1 then t'Uy. 


BelltJower TO. 6-1714 Lng Beach GE. 4-0921 San Diego CY. 7-4101 

Bev Hill. OL 7 7760 •-• *■ DU. 5-9241 Anaheim PR. 2-8882 

t'^ ,' . =. , oc^L. A PL. 2-3131 Torrance pR- 1-2481 

t. LA. RA. 3-9571 M Hllywd. PO. 3-910S W. L. A. OR. 7.42C7 

31endale CI. 3 2101 f>atadena SY. 5-7041 Whittier OX. 8-8339 

Hollywood HO. 2-0924 Pomona NA. 9-4138 =^oenlx CR. 7-5744 

Inglewood OR. 7 6178 Reseda Dl. 4-7137 Tucson - MA. 2-8821 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $S0-$55 
NOW 


NONE HIGHER 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $12$-$135 
NOW 


NONE HIGHER 


ANY SUIT 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $75 
•< NOW 


NONE HIGHER ^ ^ NONE HIGHER 


ANY SUIT 
rlNlHE HOUSE 

Reg. $95-$110 


NOW 


$. 


Any Sport Comf 
IN THE HOUSE 

Reg. $25-$30 

$111 

NOW ■ W 

Any Reg. 
$4S-$50-$60 

$OA 

NOW -^ W 

NONE HIGHER 


SUITS 
TOPCOATS 

From Regular Stock 

NOW ONLY 


ANY 
SLACKS 

In the Hewte 

Reg. $ia$1}.S0 

NOW 

^5 


Any Sport 
SHIRT 

In the Houfe 

Value to $S.9S 

NOW 


$4.50 
ARROW 
SHIRTS 

lncl.*White 

n.89 


$6.95 KNIT 
Sportshlrts 


NOW 


n.89 *3.49 


SHIRTS 

3.9S VALUE 

ODD LOTS 

AS IS 

2 ,or n~> 


SPORT 

SHIRTS 

I Any Rag. te 
' $7.95 NOW 

^2.89 

NONE higher! 


MEN'S 
DRESS 
PANTS 

Value to 7. 95 

r/^1.98 


ANY 
SLACKS 

In the Houss 
Reg. to $19.50 

NOW ' 
NONE HIGHER 


HATS 
VALUE 

10 7.95 


$12.95 
SWEATERS 

NOW 

^6.89 


USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD OR INTERNATIONAL CHARGE 

326 SO. BROADWAY 

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES Fres Parking at Joiin's Auto Park 2 Doors Ncrth 


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The Cjlifornia Eaqis Th'Arsday; January 25, 1962 





California Eagle 

Loren Miller, Publisher 


The California Eagle stands for complete integration of Negroes 
info every phase of American life through the democratic processes. 

We favor: 

. 1. FEPC on local, state and national levels. 

2. Decent housing for all Armericans. 

3. Representation in Government. 

4. Adequate old age pensions and'social security. 

5. Collective bargaining rights for all workmen. 

6. Development and encouragement of Negro business. 

We oppose: 

1 . *Jim Crow in all forms. 

2. Communists and all other enemies of democracy. 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR OVER 81 YEARS 
2101 West Vernon, Carner of Van Ness AXminster 5-3135 


Leave Punishment to Courts 


Operators of after hours spots 
whose places were reduced to sham- 
bles by^ fiolice officers in last week's 
raids won't get much sympathy. 
The average citizen will shrug the 
whole thing off with the spoken or 
unspoken observation that the peo- 
ple involved are in a poor position 
to complain. That was Mayor Sam 
Yoily'.s comment. 

We're ti'oubled by thai atl.iUhlc, 
'not out of compaf.-ion fur the people 
involved but out" of the uneasy feel- 
ing that police officers hive set 
themselves up as judges, juries and 
executioners and arrogate to them- 
.selves the right to punish thnse 
whom they ajrtst. 

There canft be an\' doubt about 
it; the smashing unof the turnituit- 
m the after bout's jilaees. the rip- 
ping down of drapes, the teaiing 
down of chandeliers, the punching 
of holes m the \vall.«;. Vrv hn-akin:; 
nf windows were acts designed to 
punish those believed by the police 
to ,be lawbreakers. 

It is the sheerest nonsen.se to 


say that the wholesale vandalism 
that occuned was done in the 
course of search for contraband. 

Police officei-s are skilled in the 
technique of search: they don t 
need to resort to wanton destruc- 
tion to find evidence or wrong 
doing. 

We're wUinig to assumi' m this 
instance that the pi 'lice were coiiect 
and that the operators of the places 
wevc breaking the law, or at least 
stretching it to the breaking i>oint. 
V\'hat concerns us is that approval 
if police tactics in this cise may 
lead the officers to believe that Ihey 
are entitled to mete out punishment 
^\henever the\" make a judgmrni 
that a person arn-sted is a la\'. 
breaker. 

The right to (Ifteimiiie whftn<! 
'!' not a person is a lawbreaker aru' 
tl-.f me^'suie of piei'shment tha' 
-hould be hand'^d out bek.>ngs to \h< 
:.ourts. Individual liberties are in 
jeopardy when police overstep theii 
tunctions. 


The Need for Federal FEP 


We agree with the .\AACP that 
the nation needs a federal fair em- 
ployment law. Discrimination in 
employment cannot be eliminated 
through executive orders and the 
machinery they can provide. 

Without legislation, the best the 
federal government can do is to 
forbid discrimination by govern- 
ment contractors. Enforcement ma- 
chinery is necessarily cumbersome 
and must re.st on the threat of with- 
drawing contracts unless the dis- 
crimination is ended. 

No contract has been. terminated 
in the dozen years that we have had 
presidential committees charged 
with the duty of preventing the ex- 


:>rcise of bias by persons h(/idin^ 
governmental contracts. The truth 
!S that the remedy is too drastic to 
be workable. In many instances the 
:?ontractor at fault is the only fxi- 
-;on who can supply the items or 
.services needed. 

Fair emjiloyment legislation can 
Jeal with individual cas's. .An alert 
;ommission can pi'ocess and piose- 
cute an individual complaint and 
i.ssue orders that will remedy the 
particular situation. 

The chances are thai the House 
I.abor ComiTiittee will ultimately 
re[x)rt out a' fair emplovment bill, 
Itfi fate rests on the attitude 
adopted by the administration. 


Republicans Woo Negro Vote 


Republicans who have embarked 
on a program to "win back" the 
Negro vote have a hard row to hoe. 
Their prime difficulty is that con- 
trol of party machinery' in northern 
and western states is in the hands 
of diehard conservatives who are 
as unwilling to tolerate reform in 
race relations as they'aie m other 
phases of our national life, 

(,'alifiirnia is a case in point, 
Californi) Pa publicin legislator-- 
liave cor.astently oppo.sed all civil 
ric;iits i-nf^siircs of tk.e |)ast decad''. 
They have toen equally adamant m 
op})osition to changes in social wel- 


voters to desert the Democratic 
(•arty. 

On another- scale, party leadei- 
-hip is in the hands of the Los An- 
:ie!es Times and tho.se who accejit 
Its policies. The Times and its 
spokesmen are as ardently opposed 
to civil rights measures and to .so- 
cial reform as GOP legislators. 

What it all adds up to is that 
I he Republ!i:an p.irty la( ks gra.ss 
i(/ots appeal as lar as Negroe- aie 
conceiiied. The party can't build 
U(<m the gi-'iund up because it 
!o;'sn't sneak the language of the 
.Xegio workman. Its only appeal is 
to a limited .=ector of the moie coii- 
.H'l-vative middle c!a.ss but that 


far-e legislation. Plainly such legis- group isn't large enough to offer 
lators have no appeal to Negro vot- much hope for the Republicans or 
ars and they can't persuade those afford them many votes. 

Need for Federal Action 


Two gcA'ernment officials --Carl 
Rowan of. the State Department and 
George L, P, Weaver of the Depart- 
ment of Labor — were refused serv- 
ice at places of public accommoda- 
tion in the j>ast week. Race was the 
cau.se of the discrimination. 

Denial of service at the filaces 
which rebuffed the pair is the rule 
and only the fact that Mr. Rowan 
and Mr, Weaver are government 
officials earned their experiences a 
place in the news. It's bad enough 


when go\-cinm(.ail cant |)icjieet its 
citizens agamst , racial rebuffs; it's 
worse when it can't see to it that its 
officials are decently treated. 

Neither Texas where Mr. Weav- 
er- was refused at a Hilton hotel nor 
Tennes.see where Mr. Rowan was 
refused a cup of coffee at an air- 
port can be oxpcicted to forbid dis- 
cr-imination in places of public ac- 
commodation, Hope for change 
rests on federal action. 


Kenyatta Returns to Power 


The swift movement of events 
in .\frica is demonstrated by the 
fart that Kenya's Jomo Ken>*atta is 
now a member of the governing 
council Tsf his country. 

It was only a few year-s ago that 
Kenyatta was pilloried in the world 
pre:s as the leadei- of the Mau Mau 
i'(ver-cnt. All sorts of crimes were 
I'.^mcd on him and the English gov- 
ernment tried him on charges that 


L'ould have led to the imposition of 
the death sentence. 

Regardless of what the rest of 
the world thought, Kenya's African 
population continued to regard Ken- 
yatta as a hero and as they moved 
toward independence they de- 
manded his I'elease, his place in 
the government is an ind' cation that 
Kenya's affairs ;■> ? | a;'siiig into liie 
hands of its pc ople. 


I BATTLEAXE & BREAD | 

^lillllllMlHIIIIIIiBy Lester B. Granger li|||||||||||illlllllllllillll 

Iv. :n,' t; ; I' 'i.i' 'lii> i>>imiiiii sIiuw olhri's l.ii- p.illi lli.il \,,i 
.'Op :'iv I vtKill li;i\e shifted J^.'l ihciii llieic wiljl uie.Mi'.^l 
>■ '• li'Hli f)lii-i;.il- Ti .iJi-Oli- the- ellirirney a.'il spied The i ii.ip 
ll'in^oi .M.iiiliHtl.i'i III !h<' iiie\- who (.uit d.i tiie^e llun;;s nii^v 
fiiTii^r .'d I to 'w.e, d(H\ii >im- lie ,, in-^'-il.i-s f\l»)iii>i. pir- 
dfi ii: !^, ^ ,i'.'. I n^ .\t,il ism' .» ;i h ,p^ m .■.killi-d i .•eihlr-miiv'. 
1 1 Ji' ! ir piei.e liOerul ' leavliCH il-eh]l ;;.id(l\ hut hi S 

I l,f^ . Cms I'l i ,1- llu' viifl iii>i ;i le.idi'l- 

^\ Ml. h iv (i,ii.\ !■ '• Ilii- ."^pillii: ."-^i'. !)> the ii:i',.' iiMt l'ies|d<n' 

' - .• I- .' ii^iliiiu pi.ifi's- Ii.'ni ji'i ;iiui.n.i i.i wh.n he 

;si;ii> ,it I)i!- 1 illi'il l\\ 111* vfiiMn.i! -1\ [ir i.u.iv-- 

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;f!Uiiii>-le, liter sl!ip ' I h el .i'- 

1.' uly iMnmht hi^ .[Ji i«>Nii ,, ,n ; 

ti.id Ni-nrd up 1.1 haiidlr' lur urn' 

-ell Two %r,.rs *'M'<-. nnent.il sinie.Mei ., ,,,u,-e 

a.-o 1 would "' "^'' '•'■'"■"""- "' "": l'"'"' 
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havp '^ixon i^eri- 
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natiin- md u.-i'.s nf i-.niinuir.iiy 
oru'ai.i/.''iiins 





\riiK thi' Pi'iie 
th.il I li,i\e iliuu'^hr ;ii)i)ii! !h<> 
lui ih. nan,;.' venesler Ihe m ^.i .■ 

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Hkii [m r-,i:r.i- i,'i li nil Ni-'lio 
.'-oiitn ;.)! Ptir. le.e i iiiii:!iunii> 

. 1 , V , , , r lOddl'l-'i'p in IP.' luluit', 

b, H ll•.^^■tlltl^ pw^i .Nil! ':i.e 1 ' 

hn\>- aiivthiii- a.e.iist tr:i. leiiL ; HO-STII.K 'H* I .MONS 

:c ttid, sopip of an besi tunnels O'^*' "i '!■'" i>a-/n;s \\[\\ \, 
aif> !p,i(hpis. ci')fs laL;.;eii mi t'lr behind ii 

<'H.\.\'(.ED .MY .MIND "'p h'-^>'' riuA-eitU'iii tur s., 

But it was my firm inienricni man.S' .vr.ir.s 'or.e ip.ison m addi- 
Ufwn leiirenipnt not a>;ain to tioii lo the o-ui u-f<-d iinii-NeL:io 
uoik for a salary at anythink; attnudos (loniinatini: oieani/"rl 
rpquifinu tiir to work with other 'alioi- tur its fitst h:ilf-ientur> i (Coiniii i"ii fnvn Pdije !♦ thi.s denial is felr mainly in the 

fi>lk.«. 1 had tiL;uied that ailor "a<< pi.d Neu'ro liMdcishjp m , ,„..^J. „i;.„„ ,i,„ economio piedicatnent of iri." 

orkrTs iT.usi 

uofk to keep fed and . Imei'd. 

ippiar lo 1)P i.f .j.|,p^, 3,.,, .pp,.^.;,,^,,, i,,„„ ,,„. ,„,. 


HerblQck in The Washington Po.s 
"It I All Right to Seal Thtm. They're Not Americans," 

Kern Co. Migrants 
Are Torgotifen Men' 


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.1. r. i.iippir ;- -i\ ipilps K' len.ismji Uo',!-.- ii.- 'rr ailiers 

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j_ I .'-p. ii.d a . . .I.i- : I 'ini Ihe ,-ounl>' ,,.|,:i<] ni .lOihaie. I'ia-' i ' . : a a- 

■'■''' " n:i>' ."-^Pivi.-e Oi j.iia.Mi r a i.pit 

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, l"ipi .•■■ ppa^;!' .A,--... i.ilioii. n..\v ,,-,, ^i,-,;,, 

in.- (''.'.I '. .'I -\ lile-C'i \ si il Hi'i,.:hi.- .Iimiin lio'iiii'. na "i'.".' a'' 

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;. ••''■' "' ' ■'■i-^'i'inev napi.iM- ;-.■,,, i,.,,i ,„ ,|,^, .,.,.,^ ., ,.,,. 

11 .1 ' 1 .1:;. ,i'...p h...iiiii. ii..li.-f i.p.i - .,1 ,.-,,!,. ,1, 

'[ ,•'"•••. '1.. 11 .mil lustiip, ii^---..:ial Kriend-hin I io.im- ■..!,„,,•. -i ,i 

•'-''' -'-'-l^ "eif.ep, ,-,r, 'This .,,_,; .^ c'.)!!. mwood [l.i.i.i .... 'm 

-•..III. IS tp.idp up oT Imal ,e-i- ,,i„.-kii-s nf B.ikersliel.i and 

o.-pi-. IiMiic 1.1 pslahli-h a [joi- ^,.|^. , |,,,j, ,,, ,,,p i'lm^p ,■• r 

aaiam , .'.nimuniiy. These are .,.;,|,m,i,,,„^ of C.irx ei'sv ilie aial 

""'"■ ■-"■''^- \ Civslal l!r!'_'nt.s.i l! is a wiHidrn 

■"^'- -;i'l'"I' i.ainilv vepie- hmldin- -ereetod on f,vo .i. -s 

s.'ia.'.l liie aiea in a disp.iip oii , ,f alkahne soil leased !n.;" iiie 

, IP- '■.vnii ilie I.K.d wal.'i' .mn- K.M'n Couniy Land Conii)ap,\ l..r 

[I. lie l.i-l.ii,. till- r.ihlir I'lililies silKI per >e.,r leiii. 


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n';pi--iiin in l-;,ik.''i siiij-ld. 

sK.r\l{.\-|'K I'.l '1 njl \1.' !• \.,,.- ,.i'.^.,i;i./.-d nn.-li'i lI'.P 

Wilai ll,ifi[)e:ieii i" ,\''i.'lii,- s .i.i,pi, ,-- ..f tiip MiPi.ml Mili- 

I'pii lii-i. .11,11-- |. -It I.' ill'.; 'h'- i-ii\ ..; 1.10 duis.,,n .)! lliinie 

l.i-hl 11 "I I'll- 'ipii' 1 I'p.iir.i Mis-i.,11 of llie 'X.ilional Counrll , 

u IS ill,- , ni-e of ipi ,,, I ,,, ,,, ,, .,. ,-, ,,., n ,i, ,il,, i.-„,.,. pi l\ llPL,'ed <_;i oups in the .\:i<>! 1- 


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I KDKKAL C0\(J;KV 

Prr-ident Kpiini-dy lui- 'n'r.i^J 
ni/ed l)ip aurinillural worKer-. 
us ". . . one of the iiiosi aniipi- 


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ipiii- ..I Chiir. Ill' 


TlinniL'h trti- Keiti 


Cvil W.ir II :m.u douiil I' le.id i.,p pij,.| Ip-i.ru-., 
i.'ip 1 ..iislpiiiiiiiMl aiia-n.i.nents uvi N, 'Vi^i.i-- Winl 

til.t I p-.|lli-d :,l! I .( ' IIIPP! Pon- 

1 .- ned -1 i\ e \ ,,nd liie i i.,hl - of 


ran lahof loiTp." I!p ;,i-o , ailp.l 


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''.nil-- C.iunu !-".iri"ii l.ah.ir Mmistrv, 

. -ia- lai- n'lli.ui.il oir.ini.'aii.ni has ;";:n"n'l< H'--u.e a, l!..n ,.n live 

-.-,... laip 'la .■.,.,, I ii.itiatp.) 1, fi.".v tspPMl pi..ri.,'ii '"''" '•^'^^"'' ''> '"" ■^•^'^' = - '" 

aui ni:_;i ,uii-. The-e in. ludc : e- 

i|Uii'ed ri'.uisti'atioii .it nii.iaiil 

workers, ,ie\\ l.-ader-. ' .iini 

. health and eduialionai help !.ip 

, , M , , ,1 ■ ,■ .1 'ii<' weirkei's .imt then' fai'nilu- 

.h.-:a iiti/piiship riUils, :„u| iho "led lo .-,,ua i i/e riie lealii-r hv Mau-liv „. es that In,- season,, ^,,^^_ p,^,,,,,,,,, j,,^ ^,„„|,„j ,„„ 

i.-nwn.- hi-i.iv ,., iM- Ni- a,,a.ulini.il uoik.p i- denied (-,|,f„,„„ ,,,,.,,„,, f„„.^„^, 
I'.iii pk- inr iippoi .iiiiiix' i.ir ni.iMiiiiini •,,-,,?, 

, , ' , ■,: , ,.i . .,, m t!io Food l.ir p. ,ue •le.L.rani. 

.\ ,;,., I, ;i|l SpUlIU.il •-.Hii ,1 lOll.ll, SOI Ml , . ^ , ~ 

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hi-..ii\ m-I .1- .|!-'\ ,.,' 'Il,- la -.'IVp t-1ii-I\pe 

lipsi .il lira kind ol -.h- .. .' -, 'I lir a. .-a i ..ippuina \ i 

-'•''•'"' il'^' ' ■'!' "'■■"!»' N.-uio h.-' '\ ip.vi-pieil h.is FKIKNDSHll' HOIUk. 

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l.aill L'avc iheiP la-' li.ill.il 

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Uie dal nioiP Ih.in ,in.-, die ''"'■ 

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ol ilip h.mdini 


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ilcpil -I ! irit'- nut i"lii. 

Ol [)l.,\ m ,iiii,.i- \', h., 


.•\i;iei nans -itiij) ih's haiv-st pf 
c^ sji.iiiie til -.i\o. ilie '..Pilii.s 
a hiiie,r>- ni.i--es vp'. .n ('..in- 
'(', nuim-ni. 

S I -- - ■-_-^- 


Gorage Denies 
Overcharging 
For Towing 

Tiif .saniord gnd lii;inle,\' Ga- 
:-;p, (i.'.r (x.-r- avpnue, whose 
lu'iv eharccs ai'e irnder inyesti- 
;„:it!i)n hy th.:> Polirp Corgmis- 
sion, as ropoi'ted in the-j««. 1« 
issue of the California Daglf, 
ha- nover "k:iO'.\ in;;Iy or in- 
i.-nliop,a!l\ ovei I'hiriiril t'a- pnh- 
1'.'" for ;m\' of ns sf.|V!,-oi; (-^_ 
'ill, dan Sanioid. par'.r., ;, in- 
a.ipii^d ttip i'.aile llns '.' "P'-t 

,!,' a. ii'it'^l' '.a i-i-:p r'anii-i-.pi-^ 
I . n Miller. .sonlo'TJ offpfpti 
!■! -iMke H reiund of an\ anioant 
a .-i!-lo-iipr Wc\?, hp has hpen 

■ I'.', haej-i-d - .a'ld no ,| ipsnor.s 
,.-pp,l. 

■i'l .,1 del lo staiiii ii,e-k .y o.ir 
: I'liai.iiion for i",pi'.ip-!y." '.vioie 
.< .-p., pi a--,v, -•>..,, uid like lo iiiakp 
III-- ■(■ .il.r'. up; oilor tlirou.,n >our 
ip.p.-i; 

' i' liiPte 1- any j^ersoi'i who 
i',;n-.-il> leels thai he ha= b^^n 
«.-. I'ri n.ii'La'd lor the towing; and 
i.ih.ir involved in impoundinf; 
i'.- vehiele hv the .S.aiiford and 

imley (;aia:;p, and it tiiat 
r.PMon vviil eome to our.nftup 
■" ' ;i Ceres avenue and identity 
PIP-.-, if ' -.. ,' will refund, whh-i 
on nar-ii/,xi„ any aniount o\^t* 
iiip ^'v ipiirinium set, by the 
I'.ilipp Coi'p.ini.ssion.''' ! ■j' 

.-^anfoid .said iliat "since your 
p.qipp nas a repuTatioii for being 
.siramlr-ini v.iid and impartial 
11.: II- iep.jriii;g. I aril .sut'e yoJ 
v' .!! a. ant I.I ,av? eoiuidpration 

10 .■■jP .-rip '>^ Tpp s'ory." 

Ii..- eantpv.ipd that his garage 
li.i- opeiaii^d a repair shop and 
t'..v i.^j l.js:iiiiy lor the past '15 
V. ,rs viiid that ior the pa-,st 14 
vi-ai- it lins .-erved as the New- 
ii: l^ivision impo'Lind garage. 
!!i .iilii.ii that "We have earned 
a r.'pm.iitun f.>r hone.'siy; aiid 
' p. p. -- ;n iW our dealiiift*^ 
.., i '11.-' ■ vv>- iiave nev>T haa 
1 -p- .111. . oiiT'kiini made to: 
, - ..1 p. - 11 r-oMtied ol an\ made' 
I ■ ipr i'oii. e ('.inini.is.-ion.'or an" 
", •-! ■ i'i~i'i"._:p 'f.n pialiip imppunri- 

- -■■' .1 - I ..I luTiliPi' til at les 

' .-:> -i-pes iiip P.jiue Coir- 

- ■ '- I pPv.'-li'-'riUon. and i- 
■; pl- IP 1 ii.e our innoi ence p: 

' ■ •-■ a::e_. d ov er.lla!';;os s^ lil 

•'. . p.-.i.".' 

\- . . p..: 'e.l in itii* <",ilitorn!a 

.I'i'- p. .II..' nu'esliiratiiiii 

.'-.''liMti^-'i , !o|l.A\ in-; ii''.Pipi 

■ ■ '.p pi ip'is ti -'i.a" IMP -.ins 1 p - ■- 

:. iP 'h" ' '■ p'l jl av e;i,ue ai ea 

■ . p -' ,-. . I'vii^ ,- ,r< tiiive r.r'-p 
'■ -'.t ,'.^. ■.!. :ia V l-,i'. e lippn 

1 'I.e ;:i ■! \..-!i -..iisiv "v'n. ^^'l anik 
- ii.i!-. :\- si.'i. ir.-ipad of the 
: ■ ■::] -p. .11 s,-^ 

1 'iM- ■.■ -Ir-.-- 1 ' i i '■ . . .r.iiil i. .P"^, 
I n.i M- ip*r. -X. .'.-s \)i ss ,4 i p pe-- 
p'.:--.i!ap jipp -^ .impi'i.ii'is 1 Pr 
p. . ■! . iij '.-.I e-- tPrt I h,ir:;e= '■-' 
s_' - ! .) '{.. -pi'ii -e- V u PS as 
p:i:ip'._ ,ii:'. '■' a II p iip;.ii-kia" 
,! . ar, -\. pp'i.inp ■lie .-i: epi and 

. ii'lIMPI.. a '1: p. 

'Just Negroes' 

'C. ,.'::■ p'd Ip.p^ Ph.p ^I 

■pp.il d !..,n.|ii-i .if 'lie H..ii-ion 
"N-ppi Ciiiipi).-p . .: ("ininipr. p. 
'I'-i.' i.,iiiiiei no;i.-ii'pd \t-'i. i'd- 
;i ■ W.ii.i. .' ( iuniiplls-^ i-ne i-liani- 
lui s "\\'i>in,m of -rhe Yea''" 

T;.r,v,-in iiad fl.iwii l.-i Mempnii 
:- -111 I.iMie R.K-k' '^ith tlv-p* 
,'. .' p' .■..iT.pnnion.i in a sjaiall 
a ■, le pil.pip 1.1 ni,++;e c.aniiec- 
ip'P- .-.pii 1 ■ ..iiimcnaal airline. 

".\r\ .','■..-1-.' into the aiVport 
'. -' .pi.nv p."! eel .s^ine roffee 
' I 1 .v.'eii Hie piloi avkakc." Ro- 
'.. .1,1 - lid. "1 don't di'iiik lotfee. 
1 .i.-ip ' Vv iin servipp." he f.&\\ 

!;..- PI p. id tile waitrpi-s he 
p p- .s-i-i.uii sPpreiaiy o/ state. 
.•^iip ' •■ -k ,a se.ond l(K)k at him 
iip.l I'lnilv mid him he v\ould 
li.i,.- '.. -eav,' Up did. 

I'p.w -p li id iieen in Littl? 
I;.., K 1.. -i.iipss il nieetiii.g ,of 
til,. .Xrk.iP.-.is L'ouni li ot Human 
J-.;-t4aiion- 

'iiiis 1- iIp' s-e, one sirni') in as 
m.ipv p, eeKs lor Il.iwaii. Tvyo 
'.viiK- au.i ,l!." w.i^ hiaekhalled 
11. .'1) die Co-mos Chiii in Wa.sh- 

11 ;,'..n. e\i hisise IPSO,-! of lop- 
dpevpi d plom'ats. oliltaa!': and 
..lii.'i- ;n ili.v upper rank* of 
, apP.U-Ls.ii ipiv . 


1 .1 -p ti ,111 ili'^ I .r.k- Tlie re.il 
Moi'v IS tli.-'ii ol liie iiiitold 'iloii- 
siiipl- ol Np'-!Io s|:t,ps vv no de- 
si-pii-d the [)l;iii.,i'iotis 'ind , i i[>- 
pli d 'he Pi.iKuMV ol the .-south 
ai,.l ol mp -IiKttino N,-_:io tiiH.ps 


■ n.'i'd 1 
Il . h tl'.il p- ill il 


hi-a'i) 11 ,i| : 

iusli ,-iie the ,Mi. a all ,1 111,11 1. 

ler 111 .\mei 11 .111 lustoiv ,ind 

l-l-lelli , 111, .lis III 't V ll! s[-H.M- l-,,iv • 


^ I 7^ Editor 'i 10th Dist. Recoil 


Ihe Nivr.i ii. 


11 


triliut loll to ' 11 vv h I ,' lii-'ii ' 


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t,.Ii.>'i ,1! 111. IP, 'du ll 


V. -.1 ioip;hl 111 '111' unu.n ,a iiu . 

L.iuoln s^id l.ipv tipped the Plishmeiii- 1-1. : .-im :vl; '■ 

sp.iles in iH'.oi ol die No.'th. 


ni\ inK.D N \TION 

iPfx.-p the S.iulh had vv,.,i. 


N, ,.;ro*"S would have been .sIui-K 
w itii spivei- to- die lime bein^' 
ai iea-i .More than t,i it. what 
1- no'A th<' I'lip-'d .^'..ii"- v,ini|(| 
have been diviiled into two ()u,ir- 
tpliti'-- inri rompotin:; naiions 
with neilhcr dPTiUned lot -zieat- 
ness. If I were lunniii',: .Neuro 
histoi V week I would stress the 


University Closes 

iroiiiinui'd '1 1' I' II'.' 1 i\ 

rl.'M,-,! Ih.il -p,,IKeil Ih.- ■ sl.|.i(i> 
mil li ■ '. p- I l.ii'k - hiMi-,-. 
C.inpii, -111111'.; 0.1 t Tirk- e - 


I Com iiiiu'd ! i.oip !'.._e ' ' 

),-,ir .s;ii • r -iioiild we leel the need f.ii -id- 

Muih noise lomes from ail dnional sipiialiin's' 
f|ii,iiii:i- -Ji In,' suhi.at ot .:n- Other parti, -ipnnls n« tiip r, ilv 
vend.- i|i-:iiu|ueniv wliiih ol ^M'l.'-ihe J;e\. Ki-llv ixi-v . ii..-t 
loui-e IS ..11,. oLiunr ni'ohlepis 'miiisPi , Dr. r"i.-d .^i.ph,'!-, 
,si.,o.id on!' to adult delinriuen- |):'>l'"' "' li.'lhel .A.'.ll. Cinmli: 
,\, 1. s.-ems th.n '01, one rea- '^''' ^^ Ov ..-rslre.'l Crav, Cily 
sou 01 ,moMier we nevPr ai- 
lii.illv J.!-; 10 the hasir ,-aiisps of 
main ol our i>roh|pms, inplud- 
m • deliiujiKMK > 

Ke^.iidm.; iiis. we .-n.iuld 
iK-.'.i Ihe Wolds III a .,;'pal mod- 


CALIFORNIA 
EAGLE 

2101 W. Vornon Ave. 

Los Angeles 8, Calif. 

AXminster 5-3135 

LOR FN MILLER 

Ppl'lisher . 

Thursday, Jan. 25, 1962 
Vol LXXXI Nc. 45 


11,'alih Coiiiiriis.-ion,>i' ■ and \ n .'- 

eiiairnian of tin- repall ponimn- 

tpe; Ceeil B. .Munell and W.ir- 

ren Hollior. 

Mu,sie was finni-lii ;1 iiv ilie 

Soiiihern .Missidparv ' I-'.,innsi, 

, , ,. , Bethel .\Mi: and ,1. (•:. l-.d.'. iriis 

.an philosoplvr. who ^ives us ^.„^j,^, ^^,j.. ^-.,^^^^._,,^ ^.,^^,„^_ 

hou Ca e-()i:i-; tut- on -hi- veiA ni-ent sulv .j-,,^, ^^^ Hpfbert Yates paslor 

nes. If I were tun.im- Ne-K. ''-''' ^'^'"''''^^ ■''"' '""' ""■ '"" ' ■^""'" 'V'l"Ps..on,n.p the „f .Southwest Preshvlerian 
nesN, 11 1 wpu lun.iini. .N<l,i<) , ,„^„,^ -,eir-,ii-d l-om pr,p--u,,- v.ihdity ,,( our,.enlirp s.v^slrm of Church, j;ave t 

fii.iu ih.. .,11-vv imc. I.oiiispma ♦ehii s' . . , One elliics and their 
t;ipt that Npyroos not only 

helped .ielher themselves from ,,„„,,, n^,,, i,, '.liphaui 


tioii. Rp 


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GRACE SIMONS Fxecut.ve Editor 
r P VV^vLLtR. Ji. Adv. Wgr. 
tDV/ARD --ABIE" ROBII-JSON 

.iC irc^ iation .'.'. gr, 
CAL.ME R.JSS I Office tvlgr. ' 

BAY A.RFA REPRESENTATIVE 
E. ' G ••Her pi:2 'bth S:. 

pan .e f.Xl.rocik r.- Id"' 

STA. MO^JiCA BRANCH OFI^ICE 

1907 JO*. 1 St,-f?t lUr.s'.iP-s) 

Ptione E>'broo(< 4-^0":^ 


the Invocation. 


iiioni-is 


sl.'ner> hut that the.', also made 
th.is :i uniled ei>untry tor all 
.Nmerieans 

•ih- -ipies- .It -n.- \oiih ,p ZPB Basileus 

t:.p Civd War '.^ue u.s the Mm QgtS Educaticn PoSt 


-ener ilioii and llieir ehildreu KOy whOrlGS 

ma\ he p.illed utxin lo do ina.v 

he 'io make Ihe must rapid, tat'- •Continued fiamt Pace H 


reaehinu. and i-onseu)UsI\ intel- 


inent- 


Jud^i 


e Kut'ke ordered 


ii..;e<it ,e..dHisimenl, 01 ethical ^01!, dcfendenl and prosecutor 
.de.is to aherrd social stiuelure (^ ^^^bmit le^al briefs support- 
thai Ihe r.iee has ever been call- i,-,g ,heir arKuments. He said he 
ed upon to m.'ikc , . , They have would then study the ease, and 
inherited, perhaps, the bigRest jjgd been e.xpected to'hand down 
a. ess ;iPd hP-'-zesi nrohlem that a decision Jan. ?.ll 
the m...-i ptm,;itaii pr,,v.Mons l-.i liip !l,u-e i,,,.. ..: ,, pi.i w.i- we, heuuealhed by one Aceordin;; to Zxc^-OW h..vv- 
" ' ■' '"'"■' ' f-' '1 "f i'i'-b:'i l-.'iA' C-mm.i'.p ,' \ '.;■ - ,■. n- r.ar m lo .itioiiiei ' ever, there has now been an in- 
'' ■ . ■ - • ll h-ps t ,. ....,-! i,-. 1: . . ( i.,,. l.dvv.od .M Tiioiiuis iiniinitp p.istponement on lur- 
»■< Ml I. ■! lo .1111. e 1. p:..:..ss I. ,1 i',.,.,li, .>-;ii. 1, 11,1:1, •lc\as the,- action in the e..se. 


.Xniendment. wiitlen liiimarilv 
t.) vindicate Ihe Neero s riRhts. NriW V01;I\ I )i iieooi. 

But it did more. It is the ureal P.olridpr WpIip. ^i.nd I asiicu 

charter of individual ri'.;hts for of Zpla I'm i;ip,i -..loriiv. w,i- 

all Ameiacans l-toiau-e 11 made ipreniiv .'lami-d ed. ,*,:..'i , lupl 


SUBSCRIBE NOW! 

r $4.00 for 1 Ye»r 
r $2,50 for 6 monrht 
$1,50 for 3 month* . 

Adjudication Decree Number 

•12322S 

D.ite of Adjudication July 1, i»2) 

' Published every Thursday by 

The C.ilifornia E.igle PLibtisl'iin;j 
Co. 2101 West Vernon Avenue, a! 
V.in r^esb, Los Angeles 8. C.ilif 
EntereH as Second Class Matte- 
November 3, 1937. at the Pos' 
Office at Los Angeles, California 
under the Act of IVIarch 3. 1879 

REPRESENTED NATIONALLY 

BY CONSOLIDATED 
PL'BLISHERS INCORPORATED 

S.15 Pifth Avenue 
New York 17, Nev* York 


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On Christnici.-, d;iy a six hi)i;r public picket liin' bo- 
Kan in front oi ;!>■ Atomic Kncr^}- Commissit)n Office 
here. It is ,-till contin'iinp:. Those picketing say that they \ 
are practicing .\:n-V,iok'nrv ■. . . that they fifl each in- ,1,,. 
tiividu;;l has p^iS(jnal i; ^Mumsibility m matters of war i , 
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-SANTA-1 

MONICA 

NEWS 


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find I'niii'd N uiotis 

'I'hey sj\ Irnm ^; /■■ ' ■■. . 
L'9 to SuihiHy Fi !) I li-.-ii' 
he pcdiilc 111 f\iffiM\'ni ■ •' I'll 
cxippriiurii; ;n ci'. .i li:.-: I'vJ:; 
doir.'iiisirti! wiiw ''< :ii.-\i'iit 
liiDspheric ni! ',>■ n ir-i;'i ■ ' 
I'l 'prc^fiu i;':n ' .i-ii'!,l :;- 
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n .ilkt'd I II l):;'i'> iJi a |ii 

\\Hlk" a« -ri-^ ;h.^ r S,. l-;.;^ , 
I'cl^iiii!! Wosl (ufir.ain. 1 
I ; e r m a ii >■ , Pulacil ai:>i 
1 ' S S.r-; . ( a. t\ in ; ^:. '■> 
raliilf; i hp (ipfpii^i- . f : : .■ ■ 
liii'iiU'jh n.'ti-v I'j'cal a. •■ : 
Mskiiij,' p.' .;>'•• lit.; to I ■■• 1 
with mil;' I'-y p.^lhi.--, ■; 

L;n\rrnmciii Son'a 
•■;hp (;,.ai,>n Uiila- ■ ■• ' ::. 
lipaaim.'- ..> Pi. if-'- ^!' ' 
ti/f'i tlici.' (ipn..>;;' .11 • !■.'■( ' 
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an<i a!-f:>;piii:_: !■. _■ !■■ 

ti'^iin':,' Hi --a ai P, ;, i 

P.itiT t:a!l(- p •.:■, 
Ins taniiiv inl.i . ;■ 
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S'-'l'ir.' t'S ! Mraw - I ■ 
Tln-P au..lvo,i !■■ 
tliry 1 o;i:il suffi-r ' 
l)piii'\iii :n ;in(i i\ ■ 
pravi!'.; ami sinLiii ■ 
nrr ci' ''le t'ails Ci 
-tlie '."1^ ■".■ til" >• 
Mar"; ; ia.'in'r Ki.u 
, Mi^s. ,■•: i ,\iiian\'. I 


Police Brutality 
Discussed 


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salc^iiard 

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. I (']'•■ krti. ( hainnaii iif 
i".!a M'lr.ua Vdumj IVmiiu- 
i '!'ili - HcaiicHiai'iPi n 
('(i.nra"(.c u ill he one (-[ 1 l delc- 
■iw- '.I altiMi.l the ihn-i'-day „,. 
-r.^-i.,n . f ihr Calilurni.i IVnuv p-'ifl. 
1 -I'lc Ciiu I'lituMi. lo .!»• holil in 
l-''-rn>iM. '.n .Pin. J'l. I'T, and I'H, 
?;>- ("1.1. kiyt IS fu-si and onl> 
\'f.'rn I:i prpu'scnt .Nan! i Mori- 

m !!!;■ S;al.. <<{ Calituini.i 1 
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lurcn iNews 

BARBARA MOUNTS, CHURCH EDITOR 


Friendship Day 
Set at Ward 


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I' nkii' liii_.lirv ,,f U>~. 
^irnt rlii^ wirk ^.i; 
Mr a-id Ml ,. M IP ,\'l 

laiiLjliiiT and !i!i'i;d.< m Kiai 
ana. 


il',i: vv as liie iriC>:~a^i' li-ou.J.i 
■.. nic Sa.ila M^naa - Wtici' 

•I :U '1 . r tla> N.\ \yi' .1' C.J- 

I II > i'.apli.sl rituia ii il.i^i 'i'hui ^- 
las llii-h; hy I.I IPii;:.!- 11. ck-, 
^ 1 ;lu' .^anla M.iiura Pi.iii c I'l'- 
!Mi':;u'nt m Pa' kiclaiil ol a 
N.WPP - -ii.ai-acd •i.'P'- .-Iran 
.i|i t 1 ir I .w n I ' a k\ .'.r. !" ( ;i:ii- 
pai.'ii 111 Ihi' P > Arra 
!la k~ i>.aiii.'d .ml to an audi- .,,,,, , , , 

,1 ^a(i thai drlmmicnrv ,. ' ''""i'' '1'''^" '"^ f'"^'' P-'V 



.Sunda> . .Pin. UK. ha.s heon set 
■IS ihc anniiai (ih>(-i\aiii,p oi 
Kricn l-lii[) !>.a\ ,it V.aial .\Mi; 
rliuiali. 1177 W ■Jalh street. 
l>r. P. S'.Ki^-Ier Od.iiii. p.asior. 
Ulll [iiaxnl a .-pci.td nii'SsM'-.'f' 
lor 'he iHia^hpn. ' K I r<)uld Be 
Vinir Pnciid ' I ir. Oduiii will 
alsi) ii'le.ise a p. iciii wiilteii li\ 

ll'Ill ). T tin.. ,.( , .!^i;,;i 

Mi-:'iliei> iif t!i(' .Inn I'll h,i\.' 
hcci! 1 e;|ii''s'.'.i l.i luiii:; spe. iai 
fiien.|< \. ii!i 'hi'in t.i this sc'r\- 
iie an.l i. .^n v. I'h ilifiii Mi - 
.\niai> C.il.iin.'.' i> liiaiiinan ..I 
ihe aiaan ."ccnls i-.iniiniUfo 
'.\hiili i^ planning; an inlnrnial 
rcif'pti.in IiU'iwiik: the scrvue. 
Mlisi.- will he tiirni-'hed l.v the 
() KKTIKK— lii'v. .I..n.ilh.an <.'ni..r Cli .i' iin.i.n- th.- dire.'- 



Greater Harvest 
Musical to Welcome 
Minister of Mysk 

A mammoth niusicil jn ...-.^.-aiM [■■:is h. i n sciioduled 
Tor ."J:.';!)! )).m. n(>xt Sunday ;,( >,'ew Cp atri- 1i;m \Tst Bap- 
tist Church, friOO S. Western avi ;iue. oi" whicli R.ev. 
M. Chambers Ji-. is the pa.~tor. hl^iy\ (iiant will 
g the special guests. ' > 

■.vica] is pi.annt d ini ' ~ ""' ' 

■■\. .I.anios Ci.A-f'ai/i.iO'Ii -'j 'L' 
\\ ln) j'.ins tlie s'.ail <! ' 
lAi'Sl .is il- ■ 
lie V. Ill :i-.- • 


' .Man. p.'i'sf i\ ill he h.iii.ii ed 
e 111' Mi\.ii.> at ('.n\ai\' Hat>- 

1^1 .hill, h n.'M Sunday ira.rnm'.: '- '^'''-'■■"- I' '^'"'- "• 'y'^mU- t,.,ii .,f ..P., -..,.. n.| Cr.- .,r,rs. u iiji 
Ai.en !'•■ turn 


srK.XKKJi - Mrs. Kutli .Mur- 
is (iraham. .unM tra\i'li-;'. 
\'. ill ^pcak fi- IWiii .if 'i..' 
( aidds ..I \\.-i. y iM.'-h.idi-t 
( "hiiri h. at K p m. ii.'\l Siui- 
<l,y. 

Wesley to Hear 
World Traveler 
Ruth M.Graham 


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nhiTi'c.l hut a lorin .it hc- 
■1,:'. a '■ a. 'nine. t in liie leaiiiinc 
pi .1-.-^ 

I ii'i.r.'iiicii. y." .-ai'i itie liead 
' 'i-.i-' .<.inia M r.i.-a iincinl.^ bii- 
I . ill ■ .s '.v.o 1 1'-iill . ! iin.'!-'.- 
•,i' .;. ira-'i' ur.i'inplnv e.d niin.P 
111 .1 ^piiit.ai (|';t'-ii.>n an. I .an- . 


iii'ii' "M 1 ;v h;, 
.11 Ih.^ .N.\.\CT 


Timothy 
be anmn 

The t 
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tiiini>;.'r .)! mil 
>ii:ne 'n.- r c s p .i n s i h i 1 M y . '. 
NmiI. idnp ..I 111.' Plj-vi... I- i;-.- 
da) ( 'li );i- ..' ihi' rhiiri h. 1 !■' \'. ,11 
!." :;.^i-l.'ii al i:;.- i.p an 1.;. 
! alls Pi '^nm a,.iii a'. li'..' pi.a.r: 
ly .-Xnn.'ii.' Ma> . 

\<n( i;s ((F iioi'i: 

Th." .i.a\- V. ,:i I..' liiiTa.ii ;i- 
.1.1111. 'S (■li'\a!an i i ia.\ . .\'il.ii!. 
;il.' li'.adin.,' ell a . 1 I'P, ;p-- sl.i;.' i 

1.) Ill' [11 c-cni f.ii'' 111 ' 1.-: i\ al ii: 
s an.: ami v..iiship ■■■■ ill In' lii. ■.. 
'hre.-'.-.i hy I ii.r.i i\ ,\k. : ~. 
"Mmr-li.ii l-'i ../ii 1'. M . a': •- ^:. - 


d .1- 


a and sf-rmons 
! ^ 'i ■> , rp>:eitliy 
' V, . -'.'I a; .i\ cniie 
I ad-ii-.'n. jhP 
> I ,1. ^.i-l.atyiuit 

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i ". . i naiialain 
■■ . Irn . h ai .fl.li- 

Pi. ■ -.is laije 


111 ..:!. 


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'ill.' Pilile .slihh' ei.iiip iif ilie 
.<i'.-"i;d liaplisl Piuinli <if M.,n- 
r.iwa laai. I- the directani iif 
lana-s \\"m-l..n \\;is the L;iie>! 


• s.'.Mnn. 1.1 lii.-ks ii.inkh' 
ii,-.i as.^i'd p.ilue .iisf.iurl.'>\- ,ind 
, :!,.. i~ i'lail.dlly. 

1 ]!,.,, 'ihe aiea Pran. h li.is s. he.i- 
,1 ihc\ -lad ailiiilier ll-.relin.!- "in Ilu^ 
.,, ■ .|| . ,i!'apai-'ii f.ir m'\t ■riiiirs.la> 

„. :;i ,,- aa-ii' '1''''' 1 ' ■• ■''■• Hl'-ik- 
aiir- a. iMiiji.' Ill V'.'ii. a .s hi-ii a reple- 
ad a'n ; .-.-ni il.ve ..! ■'.■ I."- .\n, <■!.■- 
., k.vin I'lilii''^ 1 lepai laa"-.: \\\<A he Ica- 
n.p e.t stii'ai;. r 


f the IPFI' (if the CaPaiA 
ii 'piis' Phiir. h. .Sunday at .a 
'< ni u iiii \\ tlla. e l!r..\\ ii in 

. li.ir-o. 


,,^p,. ,,, ],|. Papii-t ''hu-a h t. ;• Ihe pist L'li M-s . .XiMiia P...^ .si hmiier at 
>iais last .Sun. lay ann.iiiiic.'d llie main I >r Oii..,n v'.ated- 
membership '''^ relirfiiient a- [..i~i..r. ef- --ll i-, ..'ir .-..in ata .n P-.at r,f (hiiliis .\.. f)ii.' an, I N.. T\\ ■ 

fe.liv.- April l.'i all lainii-i felati .p.-hips. l.liei'f \V,.>lev Melh..dist . ( ■hun h. ' .h. e, pev. .I.ihr.ny 'J ,> 1 j- a:,l 

aa.-t l.a.-i. ..f all is Uie simple IIL' W. a.'n I siieel. uiil pre- P,i\.' V,.sl.in. 
■I'lai. ii'ship f !..'ai_' friends M'n' Mi- \UiU-i ,M.>riiS (.raliani. ."^pe.Ml sin'.:in4 nniis :a a : 1- 
W'p s'-ek liie .avd-sMll i.f iiur eiv .'i- 'juesi sp.>.iker at the i-liur.ii in-a :■■'<• Hi" Pcm,in.-<' ."-.na ; p. 
■1.- . .nnr.uni-v. an. I we si,iii,i .al *'■ pm. i,.\t .^iiii !,a'. , .Pin. liS I'.l.au eri.s. Meiln-Ti.c.-- M, -- 

n.:..r«. C"o"i.' ;'..r;' .'r.~, \ataiai. 

I' '■ 


Trinity Pastor, 
Rev. J. Caston 
To Quit Pulpit 


^■P- ii\ .•!> '1 I hhsi.n is c haii-- 
'ri.in-..f U.imen s 1 >a> . wliieli uill 

be hell ^^uah 1'.'. " al liie Pal. "'' .'.•nal!.,,n I, C.'.n 
\.il> li.ip.li^i Pliuiali. .pre i( ii.'d .i ...'ii-. -n l.) i ( i;ia. i!\ 

eair. n.e . ■' :• .i dapp. . < . :st 
"■|i!id,i\- :r.,.i 11.11 • at Ti ,n,-\' ii.ip 


,-,,,;\- : . n, ik^ p.- in\e^lment Mis. 'ifahain is a v,,ir!.l ii;i\- a'^niar^. C o"i.' ...ri' .'i 

:, Ihe i.fe . .' the , , urmiinny <''l<'r .ami h'. 'ur-'i . she u ill s[M.a!. 1 r.i\ el"! s. P..\. .\li .-si ii 

h.,1 ar.' ,i,.s,..ned to mak" "n ■-i he \V.,rl I an.l' Ynu ■• P.s An.a'lcs Oimrfiunity V..i!;ii 

neniP C.me ihnu uiih us a:v.\ P.ev. K. W. IPakr-trau . pasair '"i""P *■'■■"'' .M'':'i"n.d Ci...... 

ve \s II d'l thee .a,,,.l' - .f the ehuiaP, aiiiviun. .', 1 lliai >^""i "''I .San.-luary (ai...r .an;i ,m i riv. .p .;-•.- l 

'■ .P -i.iiips uall serve ...il,,. .r. "-^^ V,.i, es <.f Harn-. 
,n iiif..!!i.;ii fell,,'.\>!r.p h...iii " SKia'INC llf.MA.MT^- 

■ii.iv.in-^^ti^ f.r.i'.:iain. I 'a'- Ciiniiib.-s ha'; 


__ _ \MP Ciaiiah b\an,,.se.i ' ,,v,'nii.. K..:i..,', ' .: 

yV^SV.%"."A%VSV-"-"-'-'VSd%%VVi/".VV.VJV%S'i^iVV.VJVW^ . . . r- i.l p. i • 

•r. UOjU rr.UoA /l/LtUliAAHXi ^anUla.** f ■• •:■:.■ K::-' -\y\\. Cliin.h-ln-lhe- Hi.n.iiaais ..; 'h. 

jj-^i.i. ;i..iii .l.in L'S t.) Feb. I ''■"' 'tf'' r 'b.' -.r\ 


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Rose Hill Baptist 

Fellowship Rites c^, i xw . . ._ 

The Pi K*d. hp 1 Ethel Waters to 

Sing for Child 
yX Evangelism Fete 


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IS rejsor-aL.e 


VViih the Fiiest' 


tin:'. 1- :;r o, ^ b-; ..-jd ~- j- d n e . 

_;FUN:<AL directors - Serd'-:. Al, - .....i .,,= , :,.^.,^ 

L120I SOUTH HOPE STREET - Ri. 7-9121 


< a rb P.-.'i > ,n uid '^i\.- a """".^ "-a n i i ,11. y r,..p- ^ „ n .;.- nu- (/ ( i... .d Tidir,., 

11,,' M.iml.is. F.-b I't at Fu-sl -^' (Tui.b. ;;.'l s ( nnarr. n x,,,,. M,,,y,,;,|_ |;,s,. H,]!. ami 

'' " --''ri-'-'n Pnai.i.n, ■■ ' I-.u.'.-i Chin 
;'"'■' '■' '""■ ..'.ill I i\e -neir lir-' I'r.ii.'.l 

M. e s,|„..iu|e.i f.,r I I'le! V.'.alciy '.' ll.) ll.a- dirilie.i 

1, ,. ,1 ;>■ ,rah niliii.ns ot i.i....pi.' mi I'.'.o .'.-in- 

Sii.i.i-.s. .1 i;ai.ir\' I'S a' W ''M i.nents w.tli l;.-r -..la.' nii't Ie..ii- 

d lia li.na 'r'' ■'''■- I.-'''!! bai \Mi.; hi- !<'.,v- ,, ,,, .,,",,,„ [; .,, ii.n Mi^v|,,i,- ,,a.n.\. will be .ii" "f Ib.e -u.'-l 

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EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE ADVENT „ 

4976 W. Adams Blvd. Rev. lewis P Bohicr, Jr , Rector 

Sunday, January 21, the Second Sunday after Epiphan.jr 

8 a.m. Holy Communion 9.15 a m. fsmiiy Eucharist 
and Discussion 11 a.r^. Holy Co-nmunion c"di Sermon 


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NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH 

47th PLACE AND SAN PEDRO STREET 

THE CHURCH IS THE MOTHER OF DEMOCRACY 

Rev. H. Mansfield Collins, Minister 

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 


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.'Inirih, ,!•; I presaiar.l of Ilic 'liie Fiii.A-ii.p is ..'ip i.f t'le 
-et up a retirement piy/i am :n l:,,,,^,,, p, ;; .^ .hi|. elbn^t -aiiaeM mi--.iin tuiaids m lim 

C,...>.| -m an.-. l>i"Aei fal pii ,1. p.- '.■..•rid. P iii- m.--;."!:;'' es m • I 
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: iier p uents. Mr. and .-.\i,i-, :e,.i i . [.n >. ad in die puhlir ei s sraiirud 1hri'Ui;!iuut t.he .").! 

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WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERiAN CHURCH 

2230 W. JEFFERSON BIVD. ' REpubllc' 4-1 566 

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WELCOME TO THE MT. TABOR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Where No One Is Ever A Stranger 66t2 S. Western Avenue 
J. Terrell Stewart, D D , Pastor E V Fields, Church Clerk 

915— Sunday Schooli 1045-Morning Worship; 
5 15-B»ptisf Training Union; 7 30 PM-Wednesday Prayer Service 


Funeral Held for 
Ruth Mitchell 

Mis P.. id'. Mi-'Ik-I! (Pi. die 


Presents Freedom Film 


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Sfc.-n-i B,ipt s; Cuiiti. Rrv. D.- L. Raymcnd Henderso.i. Insp.i "q 
Cf)I>I-' ^^iPre.lc i.ny. Exrrl'en; Vi.-.c. Before Jo.n.rj Ano:htr Churcn Visit 
■ ) Us. 2Atn Str..et & Gi.'f.Oi Ave. 
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le h'inaa F'lneral services 
lain.iu.le'l saiiitila\- at the 


be at th>^ \ew (ii.aler Har%e-i 
Baptist (liuia ll. ."iIii') S. Western 
avpiiup. of ulia h the Rev. T M 


Chaitiliers. 


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Bowen Memorial Methodist Church 

East 36th and Trinity Streets — Rev. D. Dewitt Turpaau, Jr , Min 

Worship Services 8 30 and 11 AM. 

Church School, 930 AM. 

Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6 P M. 


HOOPER 

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Weekday 
Sunday Schoo 
Rev and Mrs 

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Services Tuesday 
9 30 A M Pre 
,W. A Toliver 

ernon Avenue 

and Thursday at 
achinq at 11 AM 
Ministers 

7,30 P M. 
and 7 45 P.M. 
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Science Shrinks Piles 
New Way Without Surgery [ 
Stops Itch— Relieves Pain : 


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-One ^f Lou. s. an. as Best Psychic 

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8. Sue c.^n help yo.i. i.-- 

»as the triitn in all ni.Ttte.-s per- 

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■ey Va-yin-j donations. Re-ldingi 

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Pr-.i'e.i Ch.-istiaii Church. Rev _ 

F. W. Henry. .Ir was the offi- Ml i / -J 

. ant aiai Ilia I'lter-McKiniey Camilla Leftridge 

Mi.:''i,ary \'.a- in charge of ar-' Mr.s. Cammllla Leftridee. ar- 

...lai nient- dent Christian supporter i.f F'ltst 

Ml- Miti he.l uas a rnenibrr .AMI-' Church, ami enihusiasti,- 

.f the ('hiisiian Ministers 'wurker iii the Suiither.'i Caiifnr- 

y,'.'. e-.' I'll .11. the inteialenomi- ma Laymen s iira-ani/.'iti.in. h.is 

na'a ii'i .M>n..-.Ieis \Vi\ps' 0)un- returned t.i her h.ime finm a 

. li aial la- Pajilist Ministers siepe in the Ceneial H.-pitil ^l"o^» York. N. Y. (Sp«-ial>— j mrnt= as"riles havereased to b« , 

Wi\.-s' Ciin. d and Our Authors whete shP u is taken ..n .Ian 4 F^.r the t'lrt tun., science has 1 a problein!" And aninnc ibt-.-e ^ 

sta iv CI. ill .'ihe hart siiri'.'i v ,,n .Ian r> and :s f">"i'i ^^ ^'■'■'■' It abnc .-uhstance ! sutT.rrers were a very wide va- ^ 

,.p ,111 .'.11 with the a-t'ini-tuiii; ability to i rietv of heniorrnnid comir.ion^, 

.she IS surM-.e. bv her bus- now ieeu[)eratuv4 at iter iDme, , - . , u i . '. w I ,„.,'„/ m t„ -n .■....^-•c...n,-i,n.r > 

' ithrink heniorrheid<, stop itrn- some of Id to Jil \ ears standintr. 

baial P.'v .\P',i..|i and several P..'.'i W . -ll^l street. inp, an.i relieve pain - without All this, without the ua- ..f ► 

nie. ..- an i n. phcws. Slip ua- .Mrs. Leflralae t.il.i die >.'aulp jurRery. narcotics, anesthetics or a-<trin- ► 

a native nf Indianapolis. In.t. M'Hi.lay that ^hr is aiatelul hir In one hpmorrhoi.i rase after | pents of any kind. The seen t i3 ► 

Tin- lanilv m..\ed to Los' An- the manv pra\ei-s uhuh uete «nother."vety -trikinc improve- j a new healinp substance ( H.o- , 

.•ei, - ii.i >,-nrs a-'.. ..ffered m h.-r behalf, .^le ,s lak- ')'<-"*" ^^-^r rep.;rt.-d and veri- | DyrieM-the discovery o. a , 

Iiilerni. lit v\as in Pm. .)ln .Me 
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..ffered m h.-r behalf .^le ,s lak- ^"'"i ^^-^r report.-,l an.l ven- , uyrie'., -me uis^overv . . . , 

, , 1 , fieii by a doctor s observations, j world-famous research in=titu- 

in- tins mean< of sa.Mn- thank ^,^^-^ ^.^^ relieved promptly. ! ti..r.. Already, Rio-Dyne is in ' 

y..u. ti.jd answ.as pi,.\,.r. And, whib' pently relievinir wi.ie use for healinp injured ' 


SECOND FREE METHODIST CHURCH 

(CORNER OF 54-i-H -\D CIMARRON) 

Rev. Ger.Hd M -<'s, P.f..t.or 

Suriiy '^. hoot 10 ,1 rii. '•■..■^h Serv .:es " ^ m. 

1 Ho.- SL.nd.ly Eve.-.ng Wo.sho 7 to 8 p .a Prjyer 

Mtet.n^s E'.er/ V/e-liif s- -. ,- Ever, .rq — 7.30 p.i'i. 

Evf qyOisE IS 'vVELCOVE Tia WORSHIP V; I T H US 


BETHSL A.Mi. G^URCH 

1511 W. 36th Street Dr. Fred E. Stephens, Minister 

Presiding Elder A. !■; Q'jinr, Speaker 

"Bsnefits cf Christ an living' 

"Fragrance of Chriitlan Livlnr " 

V/ED. 8 GO PM. -MID-WEEK SEkVICE 



MOMENTS OP' DPXISIOX — John and Vennya Phil- 
lips v.'ill enhance early morning spiritual li.stcning with 
their Moments of Decision broadcast each Sunday at 
6 30 to 7:30 a.m. over radio stations KTYIVI, 1460 on 
AM, or KTYM-FM. radio 103.9 on the dial. To gain 
in inspiration listen regularly for music, philosophy 
and news. (Adams) 


A Man With a Vision 



Elder J. E. Steward 

The St. Joseph Gospel Temple 
Church of God In Christ. The 
place where souls are bless- 
ed. Good Singing and preach- 
ing. Elder Steward presents 
signs of the Judgement. 
Everyone is invited 

11904 S. Compton Ave. 
10 7-4543 


Deliveries Start 
at 6 A.M; 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

RE. 1-1320 


pain, actual re.iuction or re- 
traction (shrinkinp^ took place. 

.^nii most atnazing of ail - 
this improvement was main- 
taine.i in ca. s where a din'tor's 
observatiiins were continued 
over a perii..i of many munthsl 

In fact, n -nits were so thor- 
ough that sutferers were able 
to make su.h a-t..nisldnK state- 


tis-ue on al! parts of the l>o(iy. ' 
This new healinp sub.;tani-e ' 
is ofTere.i in avpjios'ctory or <.it '- > 
iiKtit form called ['rfparnli"n , 
//*. Ask fur individually sealed ^ 
convenient Preparation H Sup- ^ 
positories or Preparation II 
Ointment witli special appli- 
cator. Preparation H is sold at * 
all drutr counters. ' 


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Contact "CELES" KING, III 

BAIL BONDS '"-i^' 

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CONNER-JOHNSON 
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INSURING TO 
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Phone Now .\ . 

AD. 4-9025 

SYMPATHY 
WILL NOT PAY BILLS 


CHAS. PATTERSON 


MRS. S. P. JOHNSON 

PRESIDENT 


OTHER FORMS OF 
LIFE INSURANCE AVAILABLE 

4700 SO. AVALON BLVD. 



6 — The California Eagle Thursday, January 25, 1962 



'Tee Time' 


- WITH - 


Maggie Hathaway 

California Eagle Golf Editor 



^Angels Name 
: Second Negro 
ho '61 Staff 


V'o'Olall Scout Willi 


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* 51... and f.ither of (Ifi) H.-uri^. 

* Chi<-aL;<> W'hiir .S<)\ hdinis baliy. 
+ l)ri;uno till' [j>s Anui'lcs Air.'ols' 
J dr^l No'.iii "itiaiiiuiiil i\i)jy 

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By ni)\v P'.(>s; of vou ■-.■u'. i 
ro[xul> a.'iii piruivi- 1111 T. 
shrAvML"; liir iiic);> m! piMiilr w.- 
aJIrnded 'lie :::>'■ ?m^. tn,!i ua- 
ht'l(i to rr'v.iT' F. .\ lln''^ t;or 
cotii -^cs \'.':!.i' \ • .i d .d not m'.- 
was t!i;s icM'iic: ^iti'ir. Ill Ui' 
piT>>> b. \ and ""o o'dci' wcdl 


1st when wo had to --ir fh'':r 


piiniduslx' Mouto(i ihp S.iu::)!in 



Armstead in 
Title Match 
At Olympic 


^ RACING 



WITH 


George Ramsey 


known ijcnilo.nc :: 

sh(ic!<(>ri Us iiih) a 

trria v. v\ hen I hi v 

w p a)i' :^t^r;i.'iu' 

sic>rvJ Fiisi i\ p Tu.-' iril \o. 

ahout "iio and V hal die tiuh 

was aivHit 


' V 1 ,, . , I X ' C'ahtornia a:c\'i lor ihr \( 

ui lisien to luo of our Ne;!" ,■ , ,, , , 

,,. ,^ ... ,, [, , 1 o;K .\1. .- anil die ( im ir.n.i'i 

.'adcis lOr. William ii^^ilov ,, , , ,, , , 

, ,,,,. , . .' lo'ds. \-,,,- ,01,1011111 I ! hiid,i\ li\ 

:nit Ullie \im-.troiKi laKe u,- d i i i r . . . 

Mola'id llrnioiid iiv .\ir-.'i-. 
■-land and •.OvUiv to: P o\ iiijl- ,. , . , , 

^, ,, , ■ , , . l-aiin ,010 .■^roiilinu due, i,,. 

Dr. Ka,lr> .old .,.,' -i,':.- ,,,,.,^ ,^ ,,_,^^ ,,,,. _„^ ^^^^ ^_, 

'Vl„!P rathors- dial ihrn' a'.-^,,,,, „„ ,,„, ^^,,,,|.^ j, ,^. _^,|, ^_^ 

';nly a low J.ul.llr r.iiiis;"- .ii , ,„ ,,,.,,|., , „ ,, ,„„,,,:,,, 


u a. 'iA hirh .\i 


an |i',i\ aiid 


1 no'i-p|i\ II 

,'',('1 onr IS l;!,cd l'\ 
■• 111 li\--'a'lt liia! ilic I oiiiiii;N-:in sdo'il.i ,|, i^^j^^.^. ^^^ ||,^ 

tir.l l"'ir-;i\e F'o\ lldls '.xin'ri' ,,|l in •, !,i|;,,r.^ siall 

i of ov.ii I lionalil ii's WfVf v-.i-lruinr: M.iiiis hriii -s ',.!::■ 

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\K\V ANdiKL SCOl'T- The Harris family is happy 
iivei the fact that Willie Hati-i.-^ was nanipJ to Iht' 
I. .A. Anpcls scouting; staff. Piiiilred ictt aic Cloo 
Harris, bomis baby of the Chiraj^o WhJLC Sox. Flor- 
t'lice Harris and Paja Willie. ( Hin,£,'ha!iii 

Rcseboro, Wills, Davis 
S^'gn Dodger Contracts 


('l,i->.\ Pauiio .XrmsliMii. Mic 
slick iHiiii hiiv_' ("alifoiniH ii.t;fii- 
\^(•ll;ht cliMiiipion. will dcf'^nd iii^ 

.'siaic ;:ilc a'4aiii>l rui;L;i'd ''"iiii- 

do Flore. o( .<,,n IVrnardmo this -j.,.; ^, -,-, (..(., ^ C.MJKNTK IN 

Hrid,i\' nr_hl al die OKnilirc .\ii- 

,(.,,,,. ;,,,, ' Ol.l) A!|.;xiCO: Siwon bpitors in 

The hoiii 1 sciiednle ! ()\er Jhe ■> croud of 11,0J_' conquered the 
IL' round lo.iie elemoiils and picked tivp'*\Mn- ^ .^ . . 

.Xiiiisirad has i lop .■,■,■. .rd in- j,,,,^. |n„^,,.; ,,, ,,,„.„ S3^!):;l . lH al l'''>i 
'''"'■■'■- '^1''^ "\''' '•■■'' ^'-"- {■aheiiie j;;ic,. ■]'iack lasl .<aliir- ~i'j'-.'i 
flu-n-. .M.iiiio \-a/()iie/, \ltredo ,).,\ m die' ,V1(| public handicap- i, "j" 


RAMSEY 


iw' ,!!«,iii S97,]](J, enough for 

Clip id ira 


iifjf ;-!•:,< TO \V..\TCH) •, 

r ■ i; I.'i.,ki.i;i for ii- K 
'•' :.' I ■' '. V; noH.lv for "-^ 


l.-i ill.!! ami .1. hiiiiy (;on-..d'.o- 
I'doi c- '1 1'^h liooi .an onsi i 
'. a lo; V iivej i^'lon ("er^alWe> a' 
!oe (.j\: inpi. 1 1 cooHv . w ill Ibc up 
• ' .iiinsi H - ',11 ], e 11 .■Xrinslriil. 


piiu; conic- 


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OMir ,\roistn.ni: told ii:,<< co:i-.. „ , 
iiission ih.-it he >,^ .i^ ih" pie-i-.\,| 
d 'lit I'f a ■_•: 11 ( Inii and die re- 


Globefrofters 
PIqv At Arena 


til iieiix a ]!•(]■ 
Sa\ incs aii'.i 1. 
to redone ihci 


nave ncea 


F. 


Wiun. v.,e oiiic.ci I'll' i'.iard ::o;',:'l m,- c-iji e-idein o' th. 
renin of !hc .-0:11 ,v -..iiinnullee W'e.-ic n ."^iales r„.|f .\s~oc .ali-i 
UP could n .1 !ind ,1 s- a! ■n-'-.'-^\v U had a::.), a Ti.'i Nc^i 
cause aiiou' Jail uoii.en u 1 i a 'i.''.i:li.': ^ '.s h ■ u.ei'ed lo ce 
.seated and .'d'!^!!! i"n 'iien \'..'ie ■mne to p!,-,;. at Fo\ Ihlls. ■■(;] 
standitiL aii..:ii -IhcN u ere ,ih ciu'sc," he -,;,). 'I c.id .ehiii 
tiiere a. ask i-e l.',\ C" 'Un!\ iiiat u e h .\c a pr, : 'ci !■. \'. ., ! 
Reuiaiid l^a.airr: r.^aiinissica -' -1 F'^^ bin >ie a,e .a.ai.: ' 
;:oa lioaie''!- '^ n'."e!:ri': 1.1 die luare 1 

v.. s, , ;.-|lii- ^ s': ,':..iii.. 11 i! oui, 

,iif i.,,i,;>es' .\il '.e \\o;i!i' ;.!..'■• • , ;.sk i- 

(Fo\ and H.ddu.ri '^ by i o ei: ; dic> -i:,,i. .1 :'c 

, , . ■ .' , . ! '~a' .11 di'' n.i- : :_' '. e irs inc. 

1 1' >a;P ^ci\ aii.s ' ,!i I .le c, ■' - 

niission ■ d ih.ev .a :,cieil nudi 
requesi ihe as.so. laiion, \^ as c,,. 
mt; to build ,1 1 . ■ iiinei ( Mi-iH'. I- 
tessional cenier, lesidential un- 
its and an F^'-hde coif raiirs" 
on ihe sre ho-a kn'\'. n as Fox 
Hills. 

The r.iaio;- o:'i„.siii,.n i.. the ^ ^^ 

request caaie Poo' t.e aoiae |^gVflC ^Tcch 
nwnrrs uhise [iropeii>' h.v.-.iered ■ W^WO i WWIB 
The ea.-'ein ed^e nf ihe -■■''.: 

courses and die nie'ii. ' r- . .f jli' I v, \ < cii n :aipio\e:! e..i-- 
lilv-uhile coif Clubs. Tj^-r are kiibad icon '..ii.iii his 1 . ki d 
no^Xecroes living in du> iiei^h- ^^P ■'^' '''' -".luhl .\.\Ur and 
borhtKHl and mrf^ane Ve^ro ha- I-:? ''f^' n id!'- ;, r ,1 uei'k be- 
been allov^ed to |oni tneir 1:0!: '-'U^f "' ''"'i e\, a-aM.,.,,,. , .^. 
clubs hut diey lot Nr.rrc^s plav m-iuknI drills lasi Moiid,..-. 
foe .S4 a dme in ord'.a- to lielir The Fauii- are r>i'>;'a! inr '. ; 
pay the e\i)en.so ot inaiiilamiii'-; ^ ' '^ t%\o--.-an!e iiiiersei tior..l 
two P'-ilf cours"s. 


Bolton Brothers 
^ Gloves Meet 


,s.\.\i A .wn.x. (J 

CIS distiiiilr\e s'ikes i.s ihe ^.; ^\f,^ 
iniiii.'d ."^aiiia .\iiit,i .MuiiiiifN ior i-'.-.."'.' ' ' 
l->e,ir-olfi at li.iniics. Curreiit- '■;'i ,' 
l\ dieie .-no 1,7 1 eieainiii'^ ehi;-- 1''' ' '. 
bli's 11,1; ihc l.'iii iiiiirini: ol die niiv 1 
csimiatrd SITU mid' s,,,ii;i .\niti ,\i i- i 1 :i 
.Maluiily on .Saturda\. .l.in L'T 

OiiLjnal noitimations. nii:nb(>r. 
ill'-.' (dl, uci e .made i.ii ,t;oi. l! 
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|!I> l-;i)U. ••Mill-;" K<)BlNSON),(,:o'.. ,.s the !ea;,ies i,,pfic|(lei 

,lohn Koseli'iro. .\l,iui> Wills at liis [m.s.iiup and uas also iIk 

,ind 'riaiim^ f)a\is .ire anion ; leadiiii; hitler .imoiiL; N. I. 

'be ei^hl r>i!di-er pla>ers '.\tlii 1 shorlsc)ps !'..isketl)airs /.iniest Icani tihe 

b, .\ c -' ail d liieir neu coiili acts ! . I >,o is. al.so 1 ,i.i!ir ai for a sal- il.iileiii ( dobel'oltei s ud! 

I; s: ,|i.i leceiNod a sal.ii\ 'n \ incieiis.'. 'ronlni\ ,'.\,is fiv make |is aiaiii.il siii in-.: apfie.o • 

iii'.e.'M' .iller liiasliii" Ins lial- i "oil ■ 1 > bc-i Inner a;!insl Icp. am c 111 I/.s .\n'_'<'les l-"eb .1-11 

'.nc a\ei,i':e Irmn ..'!:•; in I' t,;i iiandcd pih bin ; last \e,ii. I.o- .! the Mciiorial SpoHs .\i'n,i, Fresenllv tr.o soar. ^ 

oibcis. .!,,,. jitid to L'.'d I'ls; \c,-i|- and. 1:1 die tin;.: I'.J and Iii1Ii;il: eijii lioiiie a i,\,i-j.iine exbibitioii stand M.iturity stands atSlJ.lllu .. _^ 

\i, bi'.e eiilcird 'tie T.ii.J s,, , ;i,..^ !,,, in. -in and iiome 1 iin d' - 1 mis .,- .on- • s, idip.cAs 1 Ic •,'. id 1 '.-011-1 the \\',ishavjii,ii i,ciici- or kept cli-iMe. '! ,.,. ;i,a!|..L". 

I'bil '111,,! Icildci! (if'M's (ii,Mii- li.iiimcm eii,o\inc die iiesi .sec iil.i;. ..oilicld Uiis sc;is.,n ,iis ■'■dl be die fciliiied i-x,-'.' lo- 

[iioa-liips Feo 10 Mid _'t ,'il di" s,,|,s ,,1 his I)oilcer ciiieei-. .N.cidri. ai f. ,1 .|;u//|," Fi iiider. o",nc!' aii't ,,,,, h .~^'ibirda> and a banner 1 1 ->'.'l .- 

Di.'.np.- Aadiloiiua . ■ \mI!. "Mr .<peed". Ii.id hmi- F.avasi. \ 1, 'j-prcs d-ia ,c;d (;.•.: \i,e <,,,„., .i,,!,, ■.,]] b, uu ',., expected Im this b..: le.iti.ie. 

\l Fobi'ii '.\.iii iljo ll'^ f«..i,a.l ci: .1 !;!..' .sC'snii and u is ic- .1 al .\1 ,ra^:er ol da' lioiLm-. ., .^'u cdilion :■• bis l.-ened N 

' I . ..'. ,1 . -1 > c:m- aid ■.. ,,s ! a |. '. ,0 ilcil ir,i .s,i 'iie \s lien ci lolrai 1 aa,il , ! II ba\ e si.;iicd - p. , ; s 1 ■ ,ii;m' '.^ Iih b .c.ai ai 

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s'la '■'a' I c\ :n ol .^oiidiVM'si 1 .( 
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UCLA Cage 
Team Plays 


. lie si.iilcii ji bi.tn I'liil \i;- I -Ml d>i', -'l.dc W.ill> Ii... kd .ioi..n/ .st.iis a 

si 1! I ,,iii'es u.is selected as the '^b ■■ ^t,,ci!el la. I'..|iii:l|t lok l.ciioii. Tcs 11, 
..'iMci .,! me K.nk lini;s_y iold I'cie P.i.beid .'aid l..iii'.' s;,,,', '\r..ij|-. s.|,,i ,,, ,,;- 


Imat;ine our 


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Drinks frpm 

THOSE COTTON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

Wottern Ave. at 354i Pl«c« 
RE. I.13«!i 


NEW METHOD! 

Phone DU 8-7048 

U'na'/, Fe-son,»l Prcblen-.', 
Glands, a-'d "ad C'ir.'-ril ,'/..3t- 
terj. Yojrg Dr. in'.aies unus- 
ual Coses' 

— RESULTS — 

Consultation Confidential! 

3156 Vyilshire Blvd. Room 12 


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The F.iui: 
a 1 ;C t%\o-'.ain!e 1 
series a-;.iinst Te\,is Tech de- 
iendiiv S.'uinu.e-t Con'eicn'C 
1. iia.T.pions. al Sast.i Mfiiaa ("i"' 
Code.ui' I l.\"nmasiUjn, Fri . am' 
Sat . .bin. Jb-JT. 

.b)hr.i:\ ( ii con. 1 'CI. \ s i ..;b- 
scoiiii'^' 'uuard scored .1 [Minis 
aL;ains' tiie Hears and \\.'s -en- 
satiiinal at ttie ttee tlir k.' be- 
makinu' cood on ii.'i of IL' cb,!- 
ity to-ses. lie :;,,{ .'1 c.t I'l, 
ii'ainst U'asli.njioii for ,i ne". 
fCFA rc<oid and 11 of 1-, 
aqum-t Califoi ni:i. \t'd*ei 11 1/- 
zard and Fie.l .Sl.iucbter. i-.o 
sophomore stailers. are t'lrnnra 
in fine perfoniKiiiees. Ha//ar.i 
iias been playmc a soi'd ;^a:Tir 
and besides his flasli\ floor 
■_:ame. his si orin.: i- imnrovin' 
He rnnnpered for 12 puinis m 

■ one came. 

-siaiichter fi-'i fentei-. tained 

■*A ;n his best same o! the sc;, m 
i^ainst 'he Bears. lie s. ,irTi l."i 

^ r>oints. iii'ludinr: s.'veii of 1 le 
Bruin's firs' lu nciiiis ;er| 'be 
'earn m ret)oundin_' ui'h 1! .mi 
bit on 7 of I'-e 1! field ^o.al Has 


BEAUTIFUL 

CALIENTE 

IN OLD MEXICO 


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and 1 


->' :, tree tnrou s 


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SATURDAY and SUNDAY 
WITH THE 5-10 V» 

EACH DAY 

THOROUGHBRED 


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Tiie \. A I.akeis f,csh fic.m 
fi\e cames 111 six da\ s 111 a ■.\i,\r 
.'o'vci ur^' tbumi rnilfs cbish aiaon 


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at loe .'spill 1 
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RACES EVERY 

SAT. & SUN. I • 4/» \Mn.i -. idi di. 1 

POST TIME 11:30 AM. 'hf^ CiPi ainati P.ov 

V»- DAILY DOUBLE AND ^ ^'f''"' ''' '"' ''" 

QUINELA Pa.bm's,,: 

^ BOOKS 4 MUTUALS a,„. ,,,[,„,, ,„,„,, ,„ ,,.„,,,,.„ 

V»- FANTASTIC RETURNS -tA well alonj 111 the mui of ihe 

For Your Wager Western I)i\isii,n. 

4JV _ . „ , «» r^ ■, ^ Wests ti.Vnoint ;::ame araiiist 

^^ Foreign Book Open Daily ... ,- , 1 . 1 

- On All Major Tracks New Virk last ueek uas oi,e 

** GREYHOUND RACING ' "^ "[ "'f, ^^'^'''"'' , ^■'""''' ''"'' 

3 NIGHTS WEEKLY f"'"-"'^'^ ''' -* -'""^ 

V»- FRI., SAT., SUNDAY ^ ^"''' ''-i-m Fiaylor and Will 

,Big buineia Fri., Sat., Chamberlain haw scmed m.,ri' 

W Sun. Nites ^ poims ni the eiilire iii-tor-. ui 

49th on SAT. & SUN. h" Nr,A 

«A- ^ ■*'* Follo'.v ini: tile F.o.Mils '.so 

w i:anie sei ics at trie spi.i t^ .\i cna. 

W '*'* die Lakers tauL'le '.uih C"hii .eao 

JOHN S. ALESSIO Packers 0(1 .sund.iy alternoon at 

^ Executive Director ""* - :30 .Ian. |s .and a^ain on Tues- 
day .1,01. .'iO. to end their six 
Rame home st.uid. 


Machish 


Macnish 


' H >* H 1 - >>■>' 


SCOTCH WHISKY 

Very Light. ..Very Luxurious 


Blended & Boti'ed by Pobed VcNiohS Co., Ltd., Glasgow. Scolland 
86 Prooi^lNebster International Imports -Los Angeles 'Sole Agent* 


PAY AS YOU DRIVE - SMALL MONTHLY PYMTS. 

COMPLETE AUTO INSURANCE 

LOW AS $70 If Good Driving Record 

FIRE — THEFT — IIABIIITY — COLLISION — LIFE HOSPITAL 
PLAN _ RISKS — DRIVERS WHO HAVE BEEN CANCELLED - 
FILING UNDER AGE AND OVER AGE DRIVERS — HARD TO 
PLACE — MADE FOR THOSE WHO HAD LICENSE REVOKED 
OR SUSPENDED. 

CAL-SALES INSURANCE CORPORATION 

3933 South Vermont Avanue REpubllc 1-2106 

Opposite Coliseum 

Open Daily 9 «^m. -6 p.m. — Sat. 'til 5 p.m. 


I..1 -1 \ c,!' s u lime; -.'. ,is |r , ,'v I 
i..,i:n [,.,,. Ii. -Ill':, 'be stable id P. < ". J- ib 
, M Oil A- "^ 01 lii. 

Mc.clo\\. '^ p, imc-- bli »sed 
iisiiii aiM .lou and fiic\ i-..i'_Je \'.;is 1, 
I be u mneb of tins i'vcci ■.; li 
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To Another Magnificent New Safeway' 

Valley Blvd. at Cedar Ave., BLOOMINGTONI 

^ I 190 Sofewciy Stores in the Los An9cles Division Join in Celebrating This Event! 

One More Step in Sofevroy's Program for 1962 — We Grow to Serve You Better. 


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Miracle 
Whip 

Salad Dressing 

C 


TniJy Fi«« 

Ah.'e, P.nl. Aqo4 
OT Yeiio** 



Jerry West 
And Mr. 'C 
On Tap Fri. j 


$ Dollar Buys S 


Unpeeled Whole Apricots 
Unpeeled Apricot Italves 
Higiiway Split Figs 
Cut Asparagus Spears '"' 
Regular Green Beans 


,.• He«s. 




E'»<i<h Sir'« 


V OUT 

Choice 


5 1 


Facial Tissues 
Sliced Pineapple 
Chili Con Carne 
Heinz Ketchup 
Corned Beef Hash 
Sea Trader Sardines 


boxes ^ 

of 3 

400 


Summer kic 

pr u. I tro't> 
Hawaii 


Swift's witti Beoas 

Pr,c« includei 
lOc oH Ub*I. 


• c*n t b« copied 
^la.or. 


fomen Dubuqa* 

Jvjjt tieat and le*"* 


Scy B«*n 


5 

C20-oz.$1 

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1 Why Pay More? 


LO\^ Everyday PRICES 


24-oz. 


14-oz. 

M. 


Candl Cane Sugar - .: f::r^ |. Sii 49- 
GeAer's Baby food r';:t.^:r ■ 3 ... Z7* 
Snowdrift Shortening :.:y^:^ ,3*79* 
Gold Medal Enriched Fkwr' 's^ZiS?* 



' Creooi O' tfM Crop <^ 

Grade AA Eggs 

yoo no*» but »k# very fiiti* . At $s*e>'ft'v 

Medium 47' Large ' AQ* 

|.4«L CM. Wf J, }'.4m. f%. .• ■• 

■ ; . ■ ^ 

Grade A U.S. Govemmenf Inspected * . 

Fresh Fryer Chickens 

\ te* everyone reach for hi» favorite pt*c« o* 
chicifen, fried to a criip golden brown! Juit 
chooie your favorite; they're plump tender and ^i/nolA 


Green Beans 

5 i-^ *1 


BeUair 

P *qut«r 

or frenc" Cu 


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Bel-air Rhubart 
Broccoli Spears 
Co^l■on■th^Cob 
Mixed Vegetables 
Bel-air Waffb 


I-. S..1 

1.1..,. 


Jul* pop .1" 


510-M. t| 

9 (IKV I 


5'r^'l 


1S-M. 


-" 10' 


Snow Star 

Rich in ^Uvor 
Velvety jmoo*"- 

te«+ure. 


Ice Cream 

9?'- 49' 


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\f-y t>fr» ctH of hnr "^Mlr^av <=>■ I 

1 }'==' fn^at IS urK■^>m^ltn^n»lU ^u»r- o'| 

{^ antepH. If jou cton't *grf^ it « ^R- 

•"^^ al'vlulfU d^lt'-tou* in rvrrr ^I 

.'^ UI L *^ 

pcrs *«*. *our mon^* *nl h^ ro«r- <=J 
i^ <cou»!\ r'fun.ird. ^> 

Boneless Beef Steaks 

USOA Cnoice Graded Beef 

• Top Kojnd Steok ^%4%c 

• Tend^.zed BreakfosI St(o>^ QK 

• Tenderized Round Stfok Ik #0 

Boneless Beef Roasts 

.89 


* flavorful. Serv« w.th Oce*n Spr»y Cranberry 
Sauce! 

Cot-Up fryers "v.- .35' 


lb. 



Fryer Drumsticks 


Ue*t*tf 


» 49* Fryer Wings 




Fryer Backs and Necks 5^.59- Fryer Ihigte or Breasts ^ » 


lorgt 
Sue 


USD* Choke Groded B*«f 

• Round Beef Roost 

• Beef Rump- Roost 

• Shoulder Clod Rooti 


Pork Luncheon Meat 
Swift's Sliced Bacon 
All-Meat Bologna 
Skinless Wieners Brc»d ^ 
Fresh Western Oysters 
Dover Sole Hllets 


Morre) Pride Sptctd 
]-». con Sl.)7 


39* Baby Beef liver '^i:^ •. 59* 

I*. cQc Genuine Calf Liver '7:i:im.7^ 

^•^O" Corned Beef Tongoe It ». 59- 

r3y"f49' Smoked Beef ToBgye::^4r 

Sterlio, ,.». ^y 2 ;^^ 95' ^,.^ .V.«W K^M^ 

Knadnvarst ^ "^ 89* 
SaiamiChiibs Z> *\Z9r 


Premium 
Hickory-Smoked 


Coptom t 
Chott* 


Coptom's 
0.?Kt 


Pkf- 

Ilk. 
»I>S^ 


59 


MiM UKQIrar Cheese c^o'^/V s*«U B*f m. 5 ' 


»r M«C«ron* S|t»d f*. ^C* 


Pur 9. WHc;«»o"«« e*». 


S«r«« rf hot •r cold C*«. IO 


Lucerne Potato Salad 

Lucerne Dairy Drink 

Betty Brite Baking Cups 

Fotgers Coffee «.,vi*"oT,„ " l.^ 

Sunshine Graham Crad[ers^":::.';:'/.7.':»T25' 




.'TtlB* 
'*59' 


Dinty Moore Beef Stew 
ChicE Kidney Cat Food 
Cut-Rite Wax Paper 
Gold Medal Noodles ..cC^',, >< .<« i<b.' 
Bell Brand Potato CMps 
Roxbury Peanut Chisters 


59 Skinless Franks w «: 
— 51.75 Size 


"Si^r 


Delicious Apples 


Extra Fancy 

Washington State 

Delicious 


Pepperoni Pizza '-VX.X^ 
Oh Boy Cheese Pizza i'.V 

Oh Boy Pina ':,::" m:;::.^s'..c. 


Family Style Pizza 
Fab Washing Detergent 
Palmolive Toilet Soap 
Palmolive Toilet Soap 
Qorox Liquid Bleach 
Ajax Cleanser 
Sego Liquid Diet Food 




'Z 98 
•;2 4r 
•^59- 

i4-«t. ape 

^7 79- 
^29- 

3:^29- 

"■r. 43- 

2 :* 29- 
'•^29- 


Ok loy 

H...T «»' 

Duly 



Mrs. Wright's 

Breakfast 
Sweet Rolls 



S. F^.ili. 11-ax. 
S« Good' »k«. 


BRECK 

Hair Shampoo 

For Nermoi «r Dry Hair 


99' ^ 


Wk.1. SappUpi tM< 


• ea>pbt:fv JiOy 
Coff.a C.k. 

• Pm..ppl. 

Coll.. C«k. 


Pkg. of 
2 


19 


Silicone Covered 
with Fibron Pad 
(Regularly $!.4<>t 
WV.l. Suppllx Lx* 


Mn Wc.^W . f*rtT l»y»' 

Fresh Banana Cake 


= 29^ 

Multi-Grain Bread 

25* 


I Mrt. Wright't • Makei 
\ Excellent Sandwjchet^ 


I5-OX. 


Ironing Board 

Pad and Cover 

78' 

— Asserted Plasfte— 

Housewares 

(T ch(MCt 

87' 


• T.itur.d W.ite l.il»« 

• Handled Diili F.R ' 

• ' E.Z" four P.. I 

• lt<Hi«d Wi.s(. B.iVe4 


•ack 


. A*..1.bl. at m..* S«f.w«T VW'M. 


— Our Guarantee— 

Taka any Safaway Bakery Product hom* Vnd \%t^9 if yoiaf 
favofita w«Y. If it isn't paHactly daliciout . . . 

It WiU Not Cost Yen A Cciit> 

Smfemmy Gmmrmmlr^t It! 


Syc iot s Effictive 

Vmn., Fri., Sat., San.. 

■Miary2S. 2i. 27, 2t. Itii 

•t l»cal SaftuKoy Stem 

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&oideii Book Hem* & Hi9k School 

ENCYCLOPEDIA 

Vol. I AN Othm VoImm 2f 

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with eack purti>»t» »*f»ft 

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Thursday^ January 25. 1962 The California Eagle — 7 



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MINLSTEKS AVVAKDS— Twelve outstanding minis- 
ters awarded Ministeis of the Year awards are pic- 
tured together vvith thot* making the presentations. 
Bottom row from left: Rev. Austin K. Williams, 
pastor of p'riendship, Mrs. Charloen 0'- 
Bryant, Atty. George W. Vaughn Jr.. who mad.' the 
presentations and Kev. Pearl C. Woods. Top from 


left: lUv. Roger Willis, director of adult educati()a 
of A. -M. K. Zicn uho made thr pri'stntation speech. 
Ilev. Kelly Ki y. pastor- of Missionary Dapti-st; Rev. 
Knoch W. Henry Jr.. I'niied Christian: Rev. Milton 
Mar.shall. I'nion" Baptist; Rev. (; W. Arnold. S»2nd 
."-^treet Christian, and Rev. jo.-^ph Li f .Ir.. Hea\enl>' 
X'lsion. ' > ' "'..Ji 


SI'hX lAL AWARDS --PicLuitd, ironi id., i.rv. 
F Douglas Fr-rrell, !)astor ol' the 'I'ahc! ii;;cli; of 
Faith Church iveeiving the sjn'ciai awiud Uiv li;.s 
work with \outh groups from l)i. H. Claude Hud- 
S'lii while Rev.. S. O J. Kvans, pastor of the .Mace- 


are V.(]l 


.m Hen.'i ()T>' 


H. V, ( 


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a, id diridor ot ti'.t annu.i! mi:i...sL' ; i.d <'-\l,i!d p; ">- 
gram. (Smith) 

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'SLshifOns, nome^tvi 


MLNlMiM.iAL A\».-it. . ;.\:S(^i hT - Fu-nii O- 
Bryant Jr.. Ministerial . vard Program Directo' 
looks over- a-vaids. Oth>- .-iie Dr'. F^rice V. Tayloi 
dirP(-tor of P,ovs .N'-tni; ; at .Jeifer.sun Hi^h. \\v\ 
Henry W. .Mni[i!-, who \ ceived Hui'i-ian Relations 
Award, Dr. I'aul Fi.-hei-. .iirector- of teacher plac'- 


;i-iei-it, Fniversity of So. California, who matie th.' 
pr-e.sentations and U-ie Re^-. M. L. Scott who because 
of his skill in direct mg the fiiipti.st .Ministers Fdu- 
'■;itional Instiiiitc wns given an awarii in the field 
A Kducalion. iSmilhl 



rKOFtSSlO.N.'J. .-.i^.Hvu K 

year's MimsKi 
public' figur-es ■.. 
rt'-tnbers of ti. 
.\'.''.-. Theodo'i- 


i i:ghiighlirig th' 

\-.aid hrip.'': -...•T'e plDimil'l: 

O'liuii if ure ■A\\^\ ^ i \. il t": 

:li. V\ cm i' .<w\\ O i-;ryaii 

.-'.hi^iii : . .-X. .\, iliibirisnii. pri' 


•nl of Penpl.-'.^ Fun<t-;d Horn.-. John Ro.schi >r-n. 1, .\. 

|...lL;fi ba^.'h.dl star. A"'ry. ( ;!■.,•>_;,■ X'aiighn Jr.. I)an 

'iii-s. 'Di. l.rruy }{. W.'f'k.-. 1^:>!.|^.,J^ .Smith of 

iililp.'tS Tia\-(1 .\gi 111 y. 1 >l . ,1 SS'' (' l;r;i^:e\ ;!iid 
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■ MENISTEKS WIVES — Let's face it. Behind the 
successful man is the woman. Mrs. Dora Taylor, 
left, and Mrs. Valley Knudsen. extreme right, are 
shown presenting the ministers* wives awards for 
outstanding community service in civic and 'v-^elfare 
work in the con-imunity. Shown nr-e Mnics. Helen 
BroQkins of First A.M.E. ; Vivian Driver, Holy 


Trinity Church of God In Christ: Lauia Wofford. 
Bethany Baptist: Laura Marie Stinson. Christian 
Assembly Baptist: Velma Nesbit Stewart. .Mt. Ta- 
bor: Mna Nfoten. Mt. Olive 2nd Baptist: Ki nia 
.lean Robrnson. Paadena's F^rien !sh:p p.ap,1st :rri 
Pinkie Barber- of lireater B-reaii B; p'w.,t. (Si.,it!ij 


300 At 

Awards 
Banquet 

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health unit nur.>e. Julia Lee; ^v, 
usher-. Clara McCalpin; 
church secreiary. Lillian Gil- 
lard; or_;anist. Garland Dud- 
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.Xwai'il u'ent 'lO Mis. Cliiiiesteeii 
Holt .if Havs T.ibi'iiiacle C..M.K. 
''htii.h .III the !.!t. .Me.x Sharp i..- 
ic.'ived the chilli directors' a\vard for 
Hiis .iUlsianduiL; umk at I^ariniisc 


■.ajiiist Ciniiiii. -Attoin..'y Fveiet!.' 
'.wiei i-iiado tiic pres<'ntatio;-i.=; and 
Irs. Robb:.'' I'l-i'ST.in Williams of the 
'niirch of Divine C,uidance was 
..(I'n.ir.'d as jiianist nf the ycai-. 
i.-^mith) 



LAV.MAN OK A EAK Attorney 

\'inee -Mom-oe Touriseiid. letl. .shown 
making jiresi'iitation to Di . Wi.Iliam 
.■\. P>eck Si., as Layman tif the '^'e:u 
iliinng Ihe .Ministerial Auard l-'.aii- 


(juet. while Mrs. Marie Sheffield is 
being gi\-en the Sunda\- .School Su- 
[lei mtendent of the Year .-Xwai-d 
fioni Henri OJ-iiyUnt. .Awards pro- 

'Ji'am directii!'. (."^^mitli) 



USHER OF n!:AK— Mrs. Clara K. 
McCalpin. left, of First A.M.E. 
Church, i^eceived the Usher "of tjie 
Year Av.-ard. Center photo sh.o v.t 
Mis. Ji''i(> Le-. F -imd 1! :m. - . :>oki- 
mg iiei' a.vaid ?■- r."'v\v-'i i'lii. ."."-lu." 
of' the Year and e.Ntnuie right is 


Mrs. 'Lillian Gillard of Metrowlitan 
Bai)tist church whose award is Sec- 

'tar-y of the Year. Mai,';- .-'-£ -Vt'iv. 

'::i' • L. Fl"i'-.ir^-- ;-'.H i->':'- .':h(:- 


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8 — The California Eaq'e Thursday, January 25, 1962 




m 
CLUBS 






FASHIONS 




^li 


^ATHLKTIC BAN (il'KT— Sands Rounduj. Reslaiirant was tho set- roach: 

ting for Jefferson High S( ho.'i's annual award banqiu't. Toama Skuintr 

honored were football, cross counli'v :ind basketball. I'lctured ai'e ress. n'. 

the coaches and faculty menibeis with guest speaker OUie Matson, t'.hlttcs 

third fr-oni left. Otheis. fiotii Icfe, arc: I )a\e Williatns. foi tball «■ mi h.it 


Lairv Hanson, basketball coach: Ollie Matson: Donald 
, principal of Jeffersm: itilly ^fi:Us. coach: and John Child- 
a.ster of i ttemcinKs. The fanwd Ram star told the young 
; how to iciinb'.iif rlassrodiii "v.oik and athletics- .so they 
h Wdik for tl^re. i ^'.aine) 



^ SCHOLARSHIP CHECK— Members of the popu- 
' lar Fascinating Versatile Hirild Club are pictured 
presenting their check to Donald Wilson, chairman 
of Jefferson High's scholarship fund, during their 
regular meeting last Sunday. Members are. seated 
from left: Marion Newton, secretary: Ruby Cash. 


}'at Johnson and Johnny Shaw. Standmg: h^rline 
Morrison, B. Jones Shau. Annice Mack, f'lenrude 
Jones, Myrtle Albert, president. Donald Wilson and 
Pauline Jones, business manager, pics< nting check. 
(Adams) 


Oxnard and Ventura 
County Happenings 


By Frankie Nash Smith 


The Gli-tJiJer i.Stewartl.s pnK»r- 
tained vpry el?tVK>ratPly r ,'h 
a belated Chri>tmaN rlinnpr 
party upon Mr StounrfN' ri^- 
turn from -^ppn'lin?: |('hri>'rms 
holidays with 'f4ah". p< mp-I 
friends in ihp I'l^Aii'df hi= ihiln-' 
hfifid days Tif\.ii kJir'H. 'Ip\'< 
After tnclcfuirc. miP-itt; v.f>rr i:v 
\itpd to thp dinint; Hira i,> pn,- 
take 'if turkey ;ind all the 
tri'r.niiniz^. 

Those eni'vy'ne ••i" ^ .(miwil' 
uere; The Tonniv M'.tM-"n-; 
r\ Lo"! A/-ep'p<;: Hv't Kp'''--: 
.\nnp Smith and Ceiise ^\p -li ■■, 
of Ventiifa, The (Jil ('nlhuun^;, 
Clinton Tatums. liMi tl^pfl-. 
John Mafks and IriP Vdnm^ 
of Oxnard. Also Fi'ed .iMpf's, 
Barnard BrowTis. I.loy i II"i- 
mons. Virile Cotinty.Cf;. Mor- 
rison!? and -Sol Leieht5?.f Lucille 
Smith, and John Kpl!py<:. 

Takine a trip over yiP -vppk 
piTfl wpre Dorcthy CUWhn of 
(;xnard and R Q M<Murp'-> 
of Wnt'irn, ''f'^'lnr'tion. \.%- 
\<?i'<\~. piirr>o--r Wodl " k 'i 'i" 
hrippj. t Ai)>onif '.'. 'I ■ ;iir.: ,:i;i- 
nio.l !iy .I.f (■ .■!■ c ■ !'...•■ p' 
■ o' '!iP l.'idr ;i:irl 1.- '. ■■■: •; "" 

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Keith .Mcnvi'io nn'l '■; ■. ;• ■ 
at h'-.TCP 

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rharity riol- !i!c: ■' ii''' I- ■:^- 

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in F"t. 

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r,-oT> h-": ■" tfT- co-v ■ :i ; '. ■ -1 

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Jnoiid 

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Co't nr'l t '\r\ (• .■■ u h ■ 'O. lo' - 

pd in Po';I|r <f^ <: i .Xllmi'l!-- 

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( •'-, i: '■•■ o ; H'! f: - I n ■. 
;ind ;:!-^o .-.p .( ; as Cvn: Cjiin- 
'IV- C 1.'^' h ^nrl assistnn! ira*:: 
(( afh }'p p'HF' cinates in many 
ci\;e affail.■^. and is a stron;- 
l.fi'.pver in dpiiKv i alio i;lo;is 
Ho lia> :i n:fi' an(i five ciii'- 
^ (i: -1 '']r ii'd hi- family ar: 
n-oiol^n," of the ' ;.- : Pm' I.\ 
t :.-! • rr;- -: o' ()\^- o.j i.o. 
1' -1. - .. ; .:■■■,; , :o' 

a l>r;',o:i .-f t>:;.! rlio'-,-:: \' 
Haininonc; is a graduate t/t .\ii- 


'ioch C'oliPc;" in SprinEfie'd. 

Ojl!0. 

Mr. an,! Mrs S(,I l.velit^ 
:i,i\p .'!-. 'hoir hon-;p i;:i,..;', Mr 
I.> ^h'--' -;si' I . Mis Carrip 
.to k-i II of Odrs--H. T('\n-, Mr. 
!.\'j1i"< and ;<tpr i"i-.ni| ni'>- 
' .; 0(1 lo \', ikprsf'pld t,, hrine 
i'.'u k thpir r-othpr ; . \:~it -Ajth 
'iiP'M at tiip l:)pdsidp iif their 
-Kipr. Ml - ivan IIpo- ,] of I.-.s 
\ii.;plr=;, -Alio i confinod t) j. 
hospital in !-.'.. 

P.fx . tl W \\ asJ. ri-_'lon of 
■'■' iisii: t'.apli--t chiirrh '• >- ." - 
• ontlv rpti; : m fioin T)i-ti ii-t 
Moptine in f^akppsfiPld and r"- 
[loit-; a vvondTful sp^sion. 

Don t foi^pt your npw s npxt 
■'.ppk and pvp-v wppk. HI' f- 
".S2,-,. 




KARL GRANT— The incompaiablc cnt.rt.ainer will 

be among thone appearing .nt Marty Zuniga's 

Candc'abKi Hall iil •")>:ii and l'i()advsa\' \'. ivn tiic 

Kxceptional Children'.- H .me saluti s .sirme ".') ot - 

ganizatiorsj on Sunday aiicrnoon. .Jan. 'J'>. from .'! 

p.m. until 10 pm. 

\ — ' 


j<ll !.\«.— I .- rooiv .Miie.-; of 

i .'- M oil. Vi ifp of M:|| ^iiall 

' 'Ir- !■ • ,iipi 11 ■•ijni iroi- 

: ; ,.' .to- l.ooi^. .-- iho 
h .M-o •!!' < of ( ;il^-i|. ,-|Iill 

(■' •;:,.-. 111. ko: 


f-c ; Spor K Arena 

iJaips for \Tn ll-(la.>.' run of 
tho PI'iJ : .OS /Xnuplp-; Home 
.-^iiow at ilif .Mpinorial .<ports 
.Arena in K\[)ositii.n Park were 
■innoinurd toda> by C.-ir) F. 
Kraal/, ni;niaenio director of 
the_ (lonsiruction industries ex- 
iiihiiron. 
The 17th annual Home Show 

-.ill open- Thursday. June 21. 

md run daily throutjh .Sunday, 
.'uiy 1 

More than -luu lr;idp and con- 

■:rnPi p\h!hit< ivill ho di^- 

..» Oii, \ ,pi., .; ..I;, -i- I ,., lo 

oiii'.o . p: ..r. .:■■.; - i- ■■ > hil-i 
■-- po;-., ,nalr,ip>, -.ill ho held 
oiiiiuy. 



■JIMMY WITHERSPOON— Winner <>i Playboy and 
Downbeat magaziites" awaids in 1961 will apfjcar 
for the !-'::cr itioiiji Childien'^ rloirc b aid mem- 

ii.uii. .Jan. L's. 


nt the r',; 


riicsi 


-imo.'^- 

' '-bi-i 


;>ft. 


f,-''!, ie\,r^st addi- 


Golden • 

Wedding 

Fete 


.Ml ail. I Mi s Y ino^' C\ ( i n 

if *>T2 1 ,1-' ''I' Il sli or t ( >- 
.' a'ofi ilv'o- a'ifi 'APildiDo aii- 
!-:\ pi-v-i'-y !,t-' ^■on.:a\ iti '!'■ o 

i'.ooip 

The .■• I'lp'-i oiari iod iii Pal . - 

;p\a< ,i.ci :':. I'u:' \\r<u 'It 

! iip }'.i'\ \ (■ '..M of that 
1 il .- ofli. ;,' ■n.- 

NP^ liipon is the d.iiioh'oi 
,.f ihc l-ilo Ml - l.lil I Pi"!, - 
: .111) <ho ,111,1 hor hii.-li,i:'d 
. iiiiP 1.1 ; .OS .\n<'rips I'l "i i_') 
"1,) liavp oi. ■ : loehlpi', I'.r' i\ 
: \ an- who is a iPuislPiPd 
■,aisp i:-. ini_> in (". unpton. and 
:'oo iiprl to P.o\- 1 \ an~ 

Top foiipio ,11 o :;r-indpa-rni- 
o'' I'o\- taiK ^t and Pioh.ar.i 
.' i-;;ps K\an-. an.l czi.'ind ur- 
I 'f' and aunt of Rptt A. Mi- 
. iiapl. Maik and Malrolm 
('ddwPil \io. PS aiP I., mai) 
I'a' KvpII and IP-iPn Huidcttp. 

.Mr. flrpon i- iHp i>f)piilar 
l..)il>pr ;n the I!(h-> P.arhcr, 
-J,o[) at tl'.id st.ppt anil Cpii- 
t'-,-.l .\\oiiii.- ; 

Tlip . .liipN^ .'UP loo:'-, .0, - . 1 
ilip f.ii I-, ToMi^ I lull \'. iiii h 
nimheis o\o|- a liiind'Pd, ad 
f. rmpr ifsid.n'!; of that co-.- 
Thp pntiip MPinliPi -^hip hon i- 
rd the rouple li\ attptidin;: la-f 
.Sunday''? pp' ' pt-oii 

.•\mon<j *'--vp who attondpd 
the v\pddiner .'lO >■: ."ir-s a[;f> wri--' 
Mrs. llp'pn n. Wortham v. 'o 
sane tlip \\o,i(i,!;jT sonas a-id 
Mrs. M.iymo 1 itus Mrs U ,a - 
th,ini is oip of !hp two <ivtpis 
of Mr< I'.irc-- -liP otp" - -,-- 
tpr 's Ml-: 'Ifoi-jia P.rir,!. !i 
nipiiilipr (.f Ihp I. .\ School 
Svsfm as a Dar i'.wr IPa. ^i- 
P' 

M.ifP thill ''ilM oUP-'s -It- 

" tpndpd thp ip.ppiion and hon- 
orr^l thP 1 ouplp \vitli nian.\' 
eifts 

Tennis Club 
Chairmen 

Announced 

The Inivprsity Tennis Cluh 
mpi F"i'iday niirht at tho home 
of .Iim Mil.iioll. lli:.''. Kilman 
.\\r at f''i*nfiton 

^I'<s .t'.iCo ("atlpr \\ a«: •..•ird 
111 .IS a nipifi'iPr of tliP I" T 

T!-e -\ I-. ; and nipa;'- (Of- 
Miitiop ( hairnvn prp--prite,l sr-; 
• omn'ilipps and their rhair- 
loan to the memlipi-i for t)ip 
nP^^ \Pai 

Innior I'pvploiniipnt Coni- 
nottpp rh.-iiiman i .lean Rioh- 
anl-on. ]'.'\n Jnof Pro\'os', 
Y\onn,^ Mnrkh'nni, Turner Hob- 
liit! Hot. Pit t.pp Mactison, and 
I.au Ten- e i a\ iiv,^ 

lloiisin" (■ niriiltpp ohaii - 
Mian Marion ("ook. .Ip.in Rirh 
srdsiin. I.ul-i I>v-o?' |-'ffie 
Ja(ksoii. V\on'n- Markhani. 
and P^ohprt Lpp .'^ladison 

Prosram ("oinmillpp ihair- 
'"an Rudoliih Tlvimpson, C I. 
.ta( kson, Jp'->n Maikhato Mp'- 
\iM Creen. ^'ll^e|l"1 I.cK'"! ' 
and .lop-I'iovd 

\\a\-s and M"aos C i-ir, io.-> 

rha!i,''-'i ! P" Mi'p'-icli, '.' il- 
lie .Sanders. .Indp CarlP''. Jr: :i 
Richardson '''nin^r r,<il>hilt 
'.awrenio i:«ino. and Werner 
Poeelsek, 

Menibcrshin C vinniilipe 
rhairman V.'i'ijp Sindov- .tean 
Markham. La'.^rei-TP l-'winr 
Melvin (Ireen, Wprnrr Po-jel- 
sek and Marion Cor'-:. 

Tournament Committee - 
chairman William Steele. S.nra 
r.randon, fim Mitchell. Tur- 
ppr Bobhitf, Yvonne Mark- 
hum. Jean PJrhnrdson Kula 
Mae Provost, and I.arry <milh. 

"ihe I'TC. sin'Tle?" toiirra- 

■o; ■< ^rhc'lllli-.j to O" Jl'I^' • 
. ' . -r ", b-n:.,>- ':• 11 ;f i ' 
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■jKXA.N H;):-,()HKI) — Hiuiilight of 
tiic '"i"! x.T,- Night" celebration at' tho 
Intel mission Chib was the awarding 
of club owner Ti'imniy Tuokor. ex- 
treme noht, H tinpliy as tho (jut- 


standing biisine:ssm,'in of ]'"i1. Pic- 
tured: (!. ( ;, IV-nland. left. wIm made 
the pi e.ser.t.'ition' und I.i! ' 'uiitbei- 
Fisher \\ho sponsored the Texas 
Nigh.t ci ;, iji a* ion. i Younu i 


lion 10 Maily s Lounge at feth and S. Broadway. tions un Uie ladder. 


and p. 


Earl Grant 
To Spark 
Board Meet 

I ol ' ,■ ipi. .ti-' •rv \\ iaioi- 
~l')i .III and I'.iM.' ( 'r ^^\ foi d v. ;1 
Ii,' -IIP. i.il loos'^ w n.-n li'iai d 

oo-loPc!- .-• 'ho I- \oopl:.,|!al 

■■hiMici ■< Ho-.-. li.h.l iho.r 

•.■-.. M., ,,.;,,,_. ,,| ;;„. \,.,,.- ll,|v 

^M-.i.K in '.:•• I ': nol" ihr.i Hail 
••t asth and ^ ' ',1 . r.iPs ;i^ ironi 
:■; J) III. until \" ;i •". 1 

.laanita .^ia. kl-n >tr. holl, 
.■\o. i' i\ ,■ .:,■..'-!;■ . '■ tl;o 
!;.,iia-. h -v r ■ \- ■ 1 >- ryr TT, ^ .- 
1 i'll. '. i\!.- .'0^1 . !ii ! ;'.\ . !'■.;■ ii!i- 

/ itions t.i p.-i; t j. ,p,-)'o |M t!;,- 
I.O.C.'tl^lL- 

. - t 1 ■ ■ : . . ■ ■ : 1 . ; ■ "f ■ . : ~ 

, ■■ '■ :; i lo • ;].■ i :■■.. im/o- 

tioii I .ip'! p-o:,' .o\ . - .ov' ~ ifl'o 
IMo.- OI . -ii;-- \-. o. ii !,■■', -. jio. -1 
-liijp.ii iiM.: o,,. (!.,ioi. .,',,.r tlip' 

> r;i IS. 

ThP V. i.'lo s i:,l-,\ ■ A'lic ' ■ 
Po"iiiins..ii '•: !s Iff]] i^kp.l to 
ho^t llip loo.oino an.l he wall 
inlo'im til iS.. a-toiMino Ivw 
i!ip\- c Ml '01 'her ■i--isi tlip 
h.o'rp 111 :!< I'. -A 'iso iinii hmiil- 
iiij 

s..\ ,■■ ,1 ..: _ ■ii: / ii,,,'i^ Il ,111! 

•IIP MoM' a:o.\iii.'i |. Ill 1 ooi- 
ro.ii;ii;\ h 1 , iioon ,;u lO'd lo al- 
oo'd and I ' ■" .\ ;';;pr.'>l.n'.' 
.md- color' ' .oio-.: proor no i- 
liPiiiL' SI hc'liilcii alono wiih tiip 
:<v. 11 .hiiL' •■! I I'o iillifii! p.-nnl- 

1 liZ 

Pill I ,, ,ii:' :n I. 'A 11 lor a 
Pi-id St. I. o.'f.iip hc.-iiiini; to 
.\ow Vo;k. jra. loii^iy a. . opt- 
ed an i!i\:Mt|i'ii 'o [)l.i\- an>l 
siiii; an.l I'o'.'t 'he ir.onihprs 
.•f i!ip |..i-o I an.l his ii'-my 
fricil-: 

•Imanv \'. i' !i' i -p-mn fi c-h 

f'ooi a "".CI F'r.'moi^oii piv.;;i'-p- 

iiip;;' als.i w .d ( nicrtain , w nil 

s.m^s nionc wiiii Bimo Craw- 

for.i 

\pirtv Zar.ic.i rixwii'r of the 
t 
(".mdlplib.' .1 ll'ill w ho d.in.ileil 

his hall ;.'■• li'i-: inp"tin'_; will 

oNpliiii to 'lie -^lo'ips ihron.:h 

Oi< lo.-in.o.-i '- S-.nil>' Sanford. 

Iiir,s Ihp hail .-an liCioniP ,'l\ ,lll- 

.ihlp f.ii- . jiih Lilian s w I'lioul 

ipn'iil ices 

I'.opi cs'iiiai 1 , o^ rcc.'i\ in;^ 

iiu iial I. r.s lo iiiis incciino arc,, 

iirucii i.i a"'cnil and eni >> dc- 

Imh'ial and iiitcrcstinL; aflcr- 

noo'i wiiah Will licnolit pio h 

Ol :;.uii/ation , 

Paradise Club 
Slates Brunch 

.\ St \'il,.plrnp I'av bicak- 

' 1- 1 IS Ih" la At c\ cnl sclipo- 

oii (1 Irt Ihp 1 idles of fVira- 

. ■!-<■• ("lob ' r s,,,,,i;,K ,,|,,| i.;.i:-. 

Kch. 11. fioin il a Ml until ?. 

lo MI the ( ' lllolei',-. ■ 1 1 ri.ill. 
.',7',"i <o H|,..ii\->a\ - 

i;p ^ll.-i; 11. -el 111' . ■■' I h .■ 
■ roup wa- licM ai To" co/y 
••o-np ' r .In oil 1 IIiil,.i;. ..n W. 
'it strpct I's' ■Sunday cxrnini; 

'.pMiilipr ■ wclroMiPil back 
(heir iirpsjdpnt Ileli^n Spro'-v 
\\ho Iv-is b-eri vi.sitin:: in Te.N.'is 
and i I a-idit'ion lo Hie Iireak- 
fi.^t pip ( I'lb It^s schc 1ii1c(J its 
.annual f..r'n 1 for 'he >ia;.- 
flouer f'.illio Mil for sonic- 
tip-ip in Maich. 

Thosp attending the meei- 
int; w ere Jiianila CIreiai. Mane 
I.o!; Thelma Walker, Clair 
Williams. Helen Johnson, Opal 
Richardson,, and I.avpin Sails, 

I-'o'low in;.' the ii'eptin" a so- 

1 .1 ;--iiir -■ a- h"lr) 1,- o'l t •!,■ 
■,-'e > .,-:■> ,n!; i ■. ki .;:< and i 
■I',-: 'o-o.-- Meoio. . e 1- 
; 1" ■' "_; l',e in'e^t s'l p> of 


Bill Smallwood 


tlie Iwist. 


V ,,' 1 P 1 t I < 

i\- ii|.".;cii wpoKs oi oaiiiii, ; 
'iip 111! Hone f' ••a lii.i ho~- 
poal:' P.. .land \'.'-..wl T .-'.--v 
. riuii -.la> ' .< ' i!'h.l.i> Pa- 
I.oiii-p Ilow -1! .1 1,1 ;;a 'i u. kc- 
i. '-; boon .111 die 'loini livt S;p 
■N.'l h''VC i- i~:C i-'i'-lcv ?;• o- 
;;■_• her bc^I li.ipid-n' siooc 
PlMo !pir!\' I'towi;: his chiU'-s 
':■■ f) iPO(an_'-aii 'or'a r.-'.^avj. 
p n'y lo [)!■■ .p.al.\- 'oaric . the' 
e-. e:a Tups ' .'.il ■ w ill j'l, l;:i 'li- 
il ly kis-i^s foi Ma,iin'ie. i;r. .'.K r>, 
.n^: ■ Then, on ihe ,'^1-' .\ ol 'e'^ 
ll-'l !!!>i\ I liai, e |, ,. 1 ,> 

P !\.i.' : lithin! :.i:!-.\!oi~ • ; 

torn the li|fthd.a>- tahj-' s a'l'l 

fe-neoit.pr her 

I»oi-i a,nd i;eoi-i:e !'.o i\-, .- 

h'l^e a new- a'|.ltP<-, a Pil.lwin 
'Hills .aie. .Mjilia Psi r ii iptp- 

of -ri^eia Phi I^pta ho-'civcl 

their F. Hinders' I.1a\- ii\ ;'h ■•n'.L 

lunibPTin at Horacp Clfeks li '- 
■t"! d.ni!':: riKcii. Sor-ir .Molia 
. .\rMo|.i V- .''is .the sppakpr'. 'The 

(iiil Friend-- ,-irp plannii'L- a 

..ip'.if. t,,.- NPq\ ; c,nlPh.>\' ''•"' 
^■||lp -I- 1^11,1 sPPIllPi sor;l'--,\ ll.l' 

.ncoMiplPtp tlr< ti'iip witlvai' 
•I'pir (Ninl <-oi k'ni'^-a'-W'lfan- 
dcl. o.Jwty. ps al\\ays a hi'jli- 
liulT 

V-l \R llfCS 
Mrs. M.nui Hrai'ons (ie\otpri 
family will no d.aibt bp of\";ii'.; 
lic-ir hu- s Sun. sun p it is her 
birthdip P". ai'd ;'Mi^ \\"-'- 
i:,-iin ,\tkinson pxpeir! Dr. an<i 
Mrs. Os( ar Woolfolk and sons 
. hp JiPaiK tlip ^( idicp dopai t- 
oipiir at c'entral sialp ("oIIclp 
:'i ■Ohi.o ai .\iij foi- a. \;-it: 
Nh's. A and Mis, W, ,!re"sts- 

Jack and Jill - 
In Monthly Meet 

The P\e. U'1\P Ivl-rir-I of 'he 

South I.os ,\nt;e|pc ehanipr of 
.la. k aiid,,liir-of ,\mprica, Inc 
held, ils .iani;ar\ MiPPlinc at 'he 
Cirvpi Manor h mie i.f ^ti< 
P.iith Thrown with .Mrs I'lope 
Hill, prpsfdent, presiHiiVL;. 

Pv tradilion this is' an io^- 
porc-'nt rneetinu of- the \e:i'- as 
It bi-ncs into fociis a l.-i'-'uP 
pi. Imp 'f Ihe aplivi' (-; en- 
ta'jpd in s;ncp the rpsiio-ipPon 
iiif i-lnb wo'-K in -^pptPnihpr 

Follow inr a !;\ eh busjn.'s-- 

■ 4e-:siiin, oro'lp Ic'idars nave ,-. 

ipsiiMi" of thri'- .'".vir-' I iiv- 

iies ,aiii an ■%- a ' iition o' e ■ '. 

'>eti\ ilies I p 11. 1(1 i!l( 111 ". d 
H.illouepn, Christmas : p.i 
iiea<'h, partip-; ''nw lint:. iia> 
litl,-'-;, \i.sjis to thP ihiMrcn-- 
.'oo. \-isils to lliP niii^-111'1' li'id 
.-It callerx, ser\-|.-P pnaec'-;, 
a \p!^n) Ihsioi-\- ,ihspr\an.-p, a 
\npL;ht time cook-oui, ',i-i' on a 
deslro.xer, fun a' the ii.ie poei ■ 
|\1 Point FpiiTiin, huhblo blow- 
in',', ,-k'atinc, and .funinr Olvni- 
pics, 

'I'el to be Iield are two N'er;r.-> 
!li.stor>' obser\-ances, a visit to 
Ihe Iliinlincton lihrar\-, niore 
ser\ ice [irojects diirini; the 
[■:astcr season, kite flyins,'. Tom 
Sawyer's D.'^y and a Dennis- 
the-Menace Play day. the thre? 
l-illor f'lr childrep of the two 
\oiin'.;cr ;ir:e E^roups. , 

.-Ml actiMies are ceared] to 
both Ihe iheme of the natidnal 
'iruan-ization ami to the chap- 
\.y laeiiip The-^e .''re i aspee- 
i\e'\ : ■ riloe Print loj- I',i o,ai- 
"1 1 !oi I ' Ps" and ' 1 'o!noii;p.-j,- 
1 .:\ Pi -'1 1 CiUiV\ l[i \' 'il o Ii' 
Children." 


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s-.,-.f , .• p'- ■,■■]' ;-c'i an-i \'. ■ d 

t' i\. Pcj i;r -, ip I',e;i.ip. 'C'- 

',;P_o i .1;' . • ',0 ■- .:■; -rr- r - -f 
f, I ,.p.> ..( ji'. •:•■ ^.; bii^:ne->'- 
■)' o-;o' i-ao o .p^ . -; 

Tii.i ^: ■:■ ■; !'-.- ;:ia> a. i 


'il \- J.-bp-' " - pi Pa-;ad(a>a 
|0' ..• ,-i s 1! i,|_ [■• , ,,|, . <hc)- In 

1 le'l .;• 'IP S-, V , ,-< .i- ., ,. ;.;_. 

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• 1 i.\ ■: li' '■■>} .: o ' iinjii hi- ' 
'••-r PI '''o vr o i'l'ivbaruherii 

I ir-n e P.o- ...■, 1 IPiii'ild PiuHerS- 
I'l'liei hid.i aa re\-o]r T(ips. 

to ihea' !vi^'-e<- P'li la Pockinan 
■] iv a.ie 1 p.."-o-.i. ai.l 
^'oii. o p, -. .] r< •(' IP!' 'o 

■lie Pi .-•. p-_ -■ ..' T visi , i<- 

II l-;':e~ 1 -,;■.- -.p]-' r.pripi P(i. 
iipll '-1 -1 '1 po-'i 1 -1. tlP.'l- 

iTci-*^ \. ^ I'.^v-i '-i-i'cnis it 
' "i"!!.'';-; . I 1 . I \v op aij 'be 
Chaile?'-'!' . o!"e^'< -i.heii I. ".as 
:n- , . .:ieoe ' 

I. \(_'("'fr.i-;i \'-" I ;..-.io.n is/o 
pii'ei- Pi.-ippi \'-o\i Her i-A'fl 

III ■■bpr- |c .'Pie-olv eonipiett. 
i.'v.; h> iii<' ;,e,-i;- a' ApifPhousP. - 
'opt, i'^.nj T. I'll mi iipiry irii 
ir-iff].- rpi-en'i-^- ii .m curred ptfi 
IPC ^Ip- s a fel'ow pr.-p,ad with " 
'.\li-eii I-.mc-r'ly lelisji oij-r all 
loo -.Plie'iuep' repjaiisr<'ncPS 

\"i 'Jie r 'as' 'a co-jst, border 
to hordi r pa"Pin. .\t one tinio 
she iiennci op.- .of {he more 
sparkliii'.; i!iir,-iojp columns 
'Kinsas ("i'> 1 an\- weekly has 
mt'r fea'-iire 1 

^Scholarship 
Check Given 
Jeff Student 

.\s ,-. I . - apt .1 'he Fasejr.at-' 
in-.: \'or~-;'''e i ;p,|j s annual 
hre.-ikPi^t |-i M i'^' .\ear The 
cliih 'was .-pip 1,1 n-p.--pnt? ytr. 
11. .p.ild Yips.'p, c h'irmfln of 
,1,-ffei-^on lljoh .'^'eho'il schol.ai-. 
;-hip f.ond. -. I'h a sj/pable, 
I he. k l.i^t Soiid,-i.\- pvp'nin': at 
I''.' hopic of meiiibpi' Ruby 
('•Kb 

i'h.' popi.lai oroup seipi ff d 
,li''":(0 ^oii ,-is -is I"-. lie.-'' b-e- 
I .iiisp of the wondprful work 
ihp faculi>- is .i-'.p.:' lov tj.e 
;tiidcn's i.o piicouraLre 'hem to' 
--epk hiuher oiln. a; idii. ',- hi.-h 
lhp\ boj--^ o. ill dpvei.ii' a hi'Th- 
p- lQ\el of leailcrship in our 
(■■oinnniniu . 

Club nieo"b<ts h.ne plpd-^ed 
tlipir vvliolehparlpd support iif 
ihe siholnishin i'loeram and 
h'P^e .".nnounied lh''.nitzh their 
prpsideni, Mrs ^Pvrtle Alber- 
ta, that the chilf wiil work 
hard for ibe sp, , c,, rf the 
procra.m 

.■^lemhers pf tiie t;"oup are 
Ida Price, Prdi,^ Greene, 
Johnny Shaw, r,it Johnson, 
Ruby Cash. Marion Newton, 
I'auliiip Janps, ' ;ei trudo,Jonps, 
.\pniia^ Mack, i', .Tones Sha'v\', 
and Farline Morri.son. 

.Mi'. Wilson. . chairnian pf 
Jcifpi'son s(-i-io!a! :hip fund, re- 
i.'aie.i Ihal ; a' check '.vill he 
c,ii aai i:ed loi ,loanuline Reese 

• .1 ^ludenl .1' p":e!s.)n desirins; 
lo ciiter (oll.':.;e upon gradua- 
tion. 


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CONCERTS INCORPORATED PRF>»ENTS — Jazz at the Pacific. 
famous for entertainment at ita finest. Friday evenin<j. February 9. 
8 30 p.m.. Shrine Auditorium, Jeffer^son and Royal. Famed bhiid 
pianist. George Shearing, and his Quintet will be "among tho.^^e the 


rCHAZr CRAWFORD 

NOTES OF .\N IWOCK.NT BAR STANOER 


swinging stars you will bo seeing and hearing, together with JACKIE 
'Moms' MABLE\'. Amenca'.<< Funniest Commedienne : The Singsa- 
ti(jnal Four Fre-shmen: and 'VcK-alovely' Nancy Wilson, making h<T 
concert stage debut just for thousands of you who j)urchase your 


pasteboards early for this grand one-night stand. Reasonably priced 
ducats. .S2 to S4.75 are on sale at Southern California Mu.sic Com- 
pany, All Mutual Ticket Agencies, Music City Stores, U. S. C. Ticket 
Office and \'an Nuv's House of Sight and Sounri. 



pain Qvor t::o p- ■ 
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RALLY FOR CIVIL lIBERTIfS 

GUS HALL — Communist Party Representative 

PARK MANOR BALLROOM — 607 So. We«t«rn Av«. 

FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1962 — 8 15 P.M. 

QUESTION PERIOD — REFRESHMENTS 

GenergI Admission — 90c Students & Unemployed — 25e 

Auspices: Committee to Fight the McCarran Act 


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2' J HOURS OF - - 

EYE TEASING MUSICAL COMEDY 


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• HOME COOKED MEALS • CHITTERLINGS EVERY THURS., FRI. & SAT. 
"breakfast SPECIAL: BACON and EGGS, GRITS, HOT B!SCU!iS, JAV. 5Gc' 

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■"".OPENING SAT.^-BY POPULAR DEMAND "" 

RICHARD 'Groove' HOLMES 

PLUS CURTiS AMY 

CONTINUING TO SWIN© NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUEIDAY 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE 3 to 7:30 


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i: JOHN COLLINS SEZ: YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO ENJOY ? 


COLLINS' 

RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 


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GEORtGS THE 

SHEARING • FOUR 

^ QUINTET FRESHMEN 

America » Funniest Comedienn* 

JACKIE 'lAOTAS' MABLEY 

—Special Guest Star— 

NANCY WILSON 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 pm 

TICKETS: $4.7S, 375, 2 75, 2.00 AT 

S- Cni Mus.c C3. 737 S hil St., All Mutual 

■T'c^ef Aqenc L'S, Muse C ty Stores U S C. Ticket 

Of- cp, H-uso 0- S()- anji Sou-id, Van Nuys, 

For Informdtion Phone MA 7-1248 

Mail Orders PIstfie Send Self-Addrasiad Stamped 

|Envelope to Mutual Tkt Agy . 737 S Hill St . l.A 14, 

SHRINE Auditorium 


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Outstanding Artists appearing as Guest Perforiners every Monday Nite 

* JANUARY 29 - TEDDY EDWARDS A* /^ 
ir FEBRUARY 5 -'BUD' SHANKS 


SWINGING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 


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• DELICIOUS FAMILY DINNERS -ENJOY XMAS DINNER WITH US 
IT'S ALWAYS FUN FOR EVERYONE AT BILL WATKINS' 

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Los Angeles C IJ A 1/ FC P P A D T festival 
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Saturdays 3:15 pm /rViUIRCI IMf ^^^ MONTH' 

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Fine Liquors Hors' d'oeurves 

Ladies Night EVery Wednesday 

your host - CLAUDE DUKE 

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Breakfast Served All Day with Hot Biscuits 

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EARL BOSTIC 


EARL BOSTIC'S 

i FLYING FOX 

•COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT 

SPECIALIZING IN FiNE FOODS 

AND MELLOW DRINKS 

Open For Luncheons & Banqije's - Di'^er^ & Cai'e El3'c Ca'ds 

JIMMIE JACKSON, MGR. 
UNLIMITED PARKING - FRONT AND REAR . 

OPEN 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Daily 

3724 WEST SANTA BARBARA-AX 3-5544 

IVi BIks. West of Crenshaw in Fashion Village 
leimert Park — Crenshaw Area's Newest "Go Place*' 


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OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY 


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Prtt«nti Nightly 


58TH & BROADWAY 
MARTY'S ALL STARS 


FEATURING TONY BAZLEY, DRUMS: WIlllAM GREEN, AITO-TENORCIARINET-FLUTE 

plus th« incomparable Art Hillary at the Organ f '^'^ 


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PRESENTING FINEST MUSIC NITELY 9 P.M. TO 2 P.M. 

MATINEES SUNDAY 5:00 P^. ^o 2 


A.M. 


ATTENTION: Social Clubs, Church Groups, Sororities, Fra- 
ternities, Civic Organizations!!! . . . 

NOW OPEN FOR YOUR AFFAIRS 

• Banquets • Meetings * Parties * Dances 

Marty's Candle Light Room and Candleiaba Hall 

Call Sandy San'ord (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) 
fof Reservations ... PL, 3-031 R 

Phone: PL. 3-0318 


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LUCKY LAGER 



NOT DISCRIMIN 




Contrary to statements that have been made by some in the 
press and elsewhere, Lucky Lager and its distributoi's do « employ 
Negroes as drivers, salesmen, chemists and in other categories. 
Some. have been employed for many years. 

Lucky Lager opposes all forms of racial discrimination in all 
categories of employment. Any qualified person regardless, of race, 
color or creed is acceptable for employment by Lucky Lager. 

Lucky Lager is only one of numerous companies in the 
brewing industry. It is bound by an industry union agreement 

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with the Teamsters which contains a hiring hall proxdsioii. A large 


majority of its employees are covered by this agreement tmd new 
employees, according to law, must be sent to Lucky Lager through 

the union hiring hall. Lucky Lager has no control over who 

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are sent for employment. 

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Employees with seniority, most of whom are of long standing, 
cannot legally be displaced. However when vacancies occur, all appli- 

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cants irrespective of race are acceptable to Lucky Lager. ■ ' 

Why, therefore, is Lucky Lager the victim of this attack? 

LUCKY LAGER BREWING COMPANY 

R. M. WESTLY (f 
PRESIDENT 


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'T.ii= Ancolcs, ?tntf nf Califomin. | 
under Ihe fii-titinus firm name 

OASIS iRKSTArilANT ,^. 
olDS SiHith Main SliTyt ^ 


PtRLIC NOTI'^K 


PlBI.ir NOTICF 


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HAYES 
MOTEL 

The People's Choice 

960 E. JEFFERSON 

AD 3-9295 
3700 S. WESTERN 

aims uitli Uie n (■ (• r s -i a r \ ' — 

WITNESS my hanfi this lltli"''"' """"^ '" '^^'^ undei signed v.., „-h,.,s muM he fii,-,i .., jnv-. SKKVtCF TO l.\\T)l,OKDS 

at iho "flhr- (.f Slanlry R. Ma- sciiled as aforosaid within s:\ 


*'''''^" ,if tit'iL'l? ;ii-eiiiU)rs liavint; claims a-amst 

NOTKK TO (KKI)ITORS OASIS iRKSTArRANT ,^ NOTKK TO CKKDITORS nho said d.TPdont |.. lilf sai.l 

>"• tlMlilS .ilDS SiHithMain SiiTta ^^ ^"- ^♦"••»** Malms in tlin officp of the ciork 

111 t'le SupiTior r-iiM .if llie! ,,,,] ,|,;,, ^,1,1 fj,.;,, ,^ cnmpDsod ^" "''' -^HP''''""' Court of The ..f tho nforrsaid court or to pre- 
S'ile of Califniii.a, n aiul S.-r,,f ,|-„. (..Ilouii- [)ci<' .:is uh'os^^'"'' "^ ('alifoniia. in and for >ont thcni to the iind.Msiunrd al 
t',0 ('oiint\ ,1 1,1- A: .--.li- In ;i:,.p.es and addrf>>os arc as lol- ""' <'"i""y "f ■-"■' Anuelps. In 'iio offire ,,t Stanley R. Maiono. 
1i!P .Matt.r of 'i.e l-\ite of ]/,„ ^ ,,,.,,,, '. ' -h'- Mailer of the INtate of .Ii, LV 1 Soiitii Western A\oniie. 

^M'A COI'DOX. aU,, kp .■,\ n a< ' Mamie M. Cully ;-iri,IA NOLAN, IVecusod. iii lh.> City of I.os Aimeles, m ihn . 

iMiA I. (;ORI)f)N : .. kiio-.\n .lu.;.' W.'st Adam- HKd 1 ^""'''' '- lH-icliy» ,i;i\en loafoie-aid Contity. vvhich lalle| 

jis, AI)A lONi-: i;()i;i>()\. 'Ii.^-i Los" \ii-:eles (_"ali[..i ni.T eteditois liavim; elamis aL;ai-nst .ifli, e is the plaee of liusme-- ,,t, 

lea-ed. ' I'.aHrira' (;re--n ''^'^ ""''"' ''f"' •''''"'" '" f^'"" S'l'"' 'h*" nnddM-nrd in rI! matter , 

Noiue i- Ih 1. \ L.v.n to ] ,y(; s,,iilli Kemri > I urns m Ilie olfiee of the rlerl< [x-rtaininc to >aid relate. >urh 

creditors hr.m- ■; 111!!- aLiaiiivi C.T-iton ('ahforr.n of the aforesaid eourt or to pre- elaims with Uie necessary' 

ttie said de. v:\-i:' <.'>' !ile -a 

(lainis in tlie olfi.e ,f Uie .lerk ,i.|v ,,t De.emhpr. VM\l 

I f tiie nfMic- ,,.1 , ,!iri .11 lo pie ' m\mii: M.Cl'I.I.'^' '"'"^ '''' ■"'^"' •'"'*""' \\ estern montlis after the lirst piihhc i- 

sent llie!'' •, ■'■',• iiiid.'i-,.i;ii-'d In" w \.ierii^ r.Kfi \\eiiue in the diy of I.os An- li-n ..f tins noiice 

.••' theo;!:,e .■:■ ^\:\'.- : \ ^::i: m" r.\f;r,\i;\ "( ;R1-1\1' ^'' le-. m tire ahiresaiil Countv. l)aieil .liiiuais l.'.. I'.'.dJ. 

■-SJ1, <oi;ii, \\,.--n .\-.eirie m ]\]'^^'.[,. 'k.^v'u\xo ( ' i-ont,,n '' '"' '' '■"^''' ""'''' "" "^*' ^''■" '^ l-OP.KN MII.l.l.!; 

ihe Ciiv nl !,.,. \;u.l.'s. In tlm ^ ,,„ , , , r.lhor'v.', ■■ ', '■' •»"^'n<^-- ^'f ^^^c "iiidersiir^ned lAeciitiix of ilio uill nf '" " ' •■= ^ e 'i .thI unturnishedl RI, )-.'SJT ul 7 [, m. 

ill mailers pertammc 'o said de.edent ' houses. dupleNes. doubles.^ ^, ^_^.^ 


UNFURNISHED APT. FOR RENT Jh: 'r'~ci,T\-'- Ian' =p/ ""S 19^0 
SK.-, _ J i;(»;;m i nh liN. AIM. " . - - ■ --^ >-- 


The C-hfor-va-Faqle-n 


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j f''"! O.K. ST !I-.'T;';. 

j REAr ESTATE BUYS 

WKSTSIDK I'. \i;<. \IN .?)'.! 

ro. ;m .V d"n. oi c ik'ast p! ,. k. 
rvjJT S. St, .\ndre \s I'l. SIT. '.'."1:1. 
Terms. Own. W) i-^'.'i'l, cts\ , 
to h>'.keis, 

<.. I. Ki:.NT W opii.in 10 iiu.\. 
.-' IT sii,. . !> 1!: .. PI, T^ll.'i,!. 

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ill. .Noiiviandie i- .Manehfster 
ri, 2-71'n. 


■lOVE YOUR BROTH^^ ALWAYS" 

PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH 


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n!it\ I't I.os \ni;e!es 


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I.\M)I.ORI)'< I.ef fs Uc-lp Vo.ij l--. i:'.s,: In. .|. y|. I'mt.;. nnh 

l.HT^Ynn; \'.\CANC]F:.s Si;:;.."«l p.o L.-,:.e M,-Fari,!e:, 

WITH rs . . . J, hone us Xoiiii Co. i\'ei ajipi-.v.d l.ikr i.Call 


1 For 24-Hour Service 

j"^*- I ^^|_^ pi^ 6-8347 - PL. 6-0997 

4^ ^ ,| POWELL BAIL' BONDS 

•%.V15S^- j -Joe' A- PoweM-John A. Echols-Hugh R. Cobb 

" "" "^ 1 095 ] -53 SO, M Af ri, L. A. 61 

ijflT'^H f'R'EE BAIL INFORMATION 


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^'^ '■■■''- 1 ■■! A 1> , kl'd. helore me Mary 

'"^''''^ Tiviip-ra :\ .N.Mary Ruhli.' in 

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p."d IP I s\\ . iin. !...!-.>p ii!>- :i;j- 

lied '.!an:ie N'.Cully and 

; i.a: a ^ iiccpe know n l,i Pi" 

1 .' '■"> p.T-.ui,-. w ho<e p . .pe 

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l.ii-.. \iu;i le*. 1 .ililiinii.i. 
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said fle.edenl 
i;d e-iate. Sii. h (diims ,\ :ih s-\\i.i.; y [> .M.M.fjM;. .in 
le 111 . .'--.ary \.-u, liei-s iV.ust he .\!i.irne.\ -at-I. r,\' , 

!• d 01 pre- •pled a- aloi ,■- , : i NJ| S..Uth We-tepii ,\\rp,,i,. 
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I»alc,I IV.p :<:' 1 Mil 

i.ori:n \:ii.i.!;r. 

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t'po !lie\- I'v. . iit<Hl liie sa-pc 

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INVITES EVERYONE TO ATTEND THE 



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UNFURNISHED HOUSE 
I FOR RENT 

, III- PI , l^ c .,, I 570 Month 

( IlK. 1.1:1 ( )■ ,\ •>;... .Ill (low 11 

\i, , ■; 1;. 1 1,1 ;,. ,^ \yi 1 3 large rooms with yard. Chdd 

j_,,|. ' " ■ f^ '"''' P^' welcome — 

V ' I 25391 J So. Cloverdale — Open 

.' «>N LOT. i ol Ciep^-hiw. .', <■ y^g 8-2141 ' 

1 h. Opi> s;s , \ ..ii,,p j:i - 


RUG CLEANING $5501 

19 X 12 AXMINI3TER or V, iCfON " %0 

|C ARRETS CIEANSD 

:iN HO.ME FT? ^..;i!A = E fOOT 

UPHOLSTERY CLEANED $1^50 

12-PlECE SET STANDARD SIZE 

WE GIVE SSH GRFEN STAMPS 
MONARCH CARPET CLEANERS 

[FREE PICKUP * 1^ p r 

DELIVERY t.*U 

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8-7568 


Patrbnize LAWRENCE RHONE snd \'\".Cr,ilA GAY 

N?^ 0V.P21S of t'ro SVS £ f/,afn 

5 M:n. C^r Wf?h-990 

/.'i-iid.-/ th.-j'-- Fr day 
VVhi'-i yc.j c.e r--.i-, -g a smok« 


' 5 Minute 

C A R 
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Our Pchs'i Jd'.-, f,- t'-.f Finest 
3515 ?ou!W,;//.AiN STREET 


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PAINTING SERVICE 


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SAV^ 10°o-25°o 
PAINT -WALLPAPER 


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; Estimating & Advice 

l.t.t.. I lair.. \ I, . l.ke new ■''or discount card, Ph AX 5-6561- 

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Friday, Jan J6, 6 a.m.- 4 a.ni 

Of Our Newest Go-Place 
Where You Are Most Heartily 




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ADAMS at Fairfax 


WEBSTER 6-4501 



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Broiled Steaks 


ic LUNCHEONS 
1 1 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

J'jicy Prime Ribs — Sea Food 


^ DINNERS 
5 p.m. to 12 p.m. 

Choice Kansas City Meats 



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STELLAR MUSIC and ENTERTAINMENT 
NIGHTLY IN THE ^RUSTIC ROOM 

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DRINKS AS YOU LIKE THEM 

' Prepared by your favorite mixologists 

• BILL HUSTON • AL APPLING 

• FRANK MITCHELL • GORDON SIMON 


ON HAND TO PERSONALLY MEET AND GREET YOU!! 
ROLAND BROOKS ABE YARAS 

Maitre De Host With the Most 

HIDEAWAY SUPPER CLUB -ADAMS & FAIRFAX -WE 6-4501 


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l.p r.r the i'r h :•.■ . f t!ie Wdil 

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C. pt o' the Slate of Cdifoinpi. 
ic. .p.pi f' r the C'jjuntv of L<,- 
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V.II,L:.\M i;. SH.\RP. Cmpty, 

Clei k 'P d Clerk of the Supei--i 
r C" i: I • ! the -^t iie . f i'l]- 

pa.p.i. I pa .'ind '^'ly the C.iir'p 

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rr-ped .'.apipirv R'th. l'»;j. 
MIl.I.tK A M\l,ONK 
:H!J Smith Wesifrii \\r. 
I.<is .\neeles IS. ( alif. 
\ttiiriie\s liir I' •■titluiirr. 
Pi;iilisi.e,i in ( ".liiforn.a T- .•'E'e 
.:ap l*<. L''), K.di 1. i'(.;j 

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I't riTION I (»K TKOMXTK 

OK Ull.l, 

Nil. ».->ll8t 

Til tjie Su[>erio'- Coiitt of the 
-t lie of California, in Hiid for ■ 
die County of'J^os Anueles. In! 
the Matter of. Ihe I-M.ito of' 
IdCY HOLMlpS. I>eepaseil 

Ni'ae IS herchy m\t'n that 
tp.. [letili.iii I.' ALPHONSf) 
.MCKIXK'K f..r the Pn.bajo ol 
tlv Will ■ t the ,diii\ e-n,-imin1 dc 
1 c i-ed and |.il liie is-u;ince ..f 
i .!■■'• : - Tc-l.ipiep' iiA' ihrreoii 
lo the petitioner to uhp h id- 
eience i- Jicia'hy made li>r fur- 
ther paiti. ilii-. will lie he.'rl Work in civil service. NO EXPER- 
a, '. r, oi'.i.k A M , on Frhtu- '^NCE NECESSARY. GRAMMAR 
■ n.v -'n.l. IWJ. al the curt r.Mim SCHOOL EDUCATION USUALLY 
if I'.partment 4. of the .<uponor SUFFICIENT Train now for jobs 
Coiat of the State of Calif.rrnia. with security. Send name, »d- 
in ac'l lor tlie ("ounly of I. k dress, phone number to national 
.Anedes Ciiv of Los An'.;eles training service, P O. Box 140, 

\\ILI.IA.M C SHARR. Conn- Culver City, Calif 

I', ("let k aiifl (deik of the 

Sii[xii p.p ( ", ippt I .f the Sta'c 

. ! California, m for lii" 

Ci;iiir> of I.os .\n.;eles, 

P,\ i: H. \\ci--.l.ur.|. Dcpiiiy 
Iialcd .l.inuaiy IJ. \'M'C 
Miller A Malmic 
■!«M "sdiilh Uc-tcrn \\e. 
J.os Angeli's IX. < iilil. 
\tloriie\s fur relitioner. 
Puhhshed m Califoini.i I.acle 
lap IS, Jp. Fch 1. l^ti;.' 


THdSE COTTON BOYS 
UQUORS ' 

W«it*m Av«. at Mtti Mae* 
RE.. 1-1 320 


CALL VERNON STRANGE -F^E. ] 2321 



FOR 24 HOUR 




$ 


SERVICE 


4700 W. ADAMS p-.r HILLCREST 


VERNON STRANGE 


RE. 1-2,321 


lu V OK Tin: wKHx 

Open < p, pp. : -la-t ■■;.l p ip 
p.inl Ip;..- \. \-,.p;,-e L.i (';- 
r-—.t. Sp p . ..I- J ...i.- . M ,n- 

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lit I.I' V\ \N rH>— \| M.K 

M.\ciiiNi-rs 

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pp.! CI-IO\ ( iP.INId P- 

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' ,1 M; MACHIN!--! - 

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i XPi P.I! N(-| loops ,r 

s; iTPs p.pQrniKi) 

V.-ps'lTP.N CPAR 
Jfiod P IpipcM .1 Ilwy . Lynwooil, 
\ti ! ijii d <■)[■;..! iiinity Knip''.\er 

Kl KNi^ntn 

M'VKTMt NTS 
J (IH KKNT 

spi.iMl liirnlslicil single 
a I 111 r I Til en In — sKii oa dim- 
lilcs. I lilitles piiid— On 
\ ermoiit ear lini — op- 
piisjle t:v|Hi«.jl|i>n I'ark. | 

:{s;-i '.'7 Sdiitti \ermonl. ' 

\l)l ITS ONI.V 

Expert 
Tax Service 

IM V..IP- Incippe ipe 

M'ldern Way 

In V.iur il.'P c 

Federal and Slate 

Ippii/eil I.oilK Forir.s S'f^. 

For Home Appts. 

Call 

PL n-fnu or NP ^-t'.u^n 

Britten Tax 
Service 

HELP WANTED 

17 to 70 Years 
MALE AND FEMALE 


' W W ▼ ^^ ^ 


VICTOR CLOT 

214 SO. BROADWAY 


m CO. 

MA4-C801 



Brotherhood Week 
Believe It 
Live It 

Support It 

ALEXIS 

and 

DARICE 



L^ 

ear Fne 

nos: 





Buv 

yo'jr new clothes p'^^l 

r. - 

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jr Bo S 

ale of the Y 

ear ec d SAV 

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i-av 

ca^n er 

as 

hrt'e as S3 

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cicthes. 

si 

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5 

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Durina the n 

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30 da;: 



Air 

S-:0 SL 

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a 'id tco -:: 

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All 

S50 r^ 

its 

ac.T; iz,i r: 



A^J 

5r;0 5U 

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BROTHERHOOD WEEK 
Baliev*' It! liva It!! Support It!!! 

SERVICE & MAINTENANCE EMPLOYEES 
INTERNATIONAL UNION -399 

"LET'S BUILD TOGETHER" 
George Hardy, President Luther Daniels, Vice President 


AX 1-5022 



24-HOUR SERVICE AX 4-3661 

KEYS OF ALL KINDS MADE 
LOCKS CHANGED & INSTALLED 

• ANYWHERE • ANYTIME • ANYPLACE 

McGEE'S MOTORIZED 
LOCK & KEY SERVICE 

Registered Kay and Locksmith Expert 
4405 S. WESTERN AVE. J. S. McGe* 


A'l S/O- iu.ts- and t:o c;=': 
All S60 -uits anci trp c.-a-' .. .■ - 
Ad S90 s.p-iiand tco ccs'i . ■ 
All 5100 S'jits and tco cc.^s . , 
Bjv any S'^. d or tco cost a'^H o.-'t .i Si: 

a S'\ S Hat cr a SI 5 pair ot TiOLScrs cr a 

Sn.ces FREE' 

Nov.- IS tj^e titrie to cet g pc../ cc^c ■."'' 

s 3 . e 

Leat!".er Jackets - l.6,=i;ir.r r-i,7Ac _ ;; .- 

Si.;edc Coats v- Car Coats •-- Ra, n Cra'-- ".■■: 

Shoes — Sivrls — Ties — S:-': U - 7n- r ,• ■- -, 

Suspenders — Handkerchie:s — T_Aed,"S -- 

Sport Coats, etc. • ' • ■ 


CONTINENTAL -IVY LEAGUE HEADQUARTERS 

VOU NA^'.E IT, WE HAVE IT! Brinq in all \our triencp ', : 

> qp; a qifl for each one you send or iDrinq m. 

We can fit VOU — Si.'es up to 50. . Ever-.d-inq -icr iir. ' a.. 

2 to 22. See the new Ol^e, Two and Three t:ut.t,:n Co' ri*"V 

. sets -- Ivy Lea^^ue suits -- Regular sijits — All the new cc r 

> and styles. • ' ' 

DRESS UP GO PLACES ENJOY LIFE iii o_-icd Ljck'i- 
; BRONSCN clothes. Makers cf Fi'ic Coitiies for ov- -0 \<'c,^ 

It it is new v.o have it' Watciies for men, wn^^en a<^d bo', 

Bv.y one suit and art SGO ctf the pri.;e or.^i^e 2n~i s. 
a^rmq this SALE only! ' I ' ■ 

AMPLE FREE PARKING '■ 

= ARK FREE NEXT DOOR while you-sele:t yoL.r'n--.v rJo-H---. 
A Union Crew to serve you better — We cater to vej, and 
v<e cJo mean YOU! Como ,n in yciir workmq ciotiv.T-s. , 

Store Hours: 9:30 to 6:00 , 

Open Every Saturday Night Until 8:00 

LEO S. FON-A-ROW AND STAFF AT 

THE VICTOR CLOTHING CO. 

We Cater to California Eagle Readers 
214 South Broadway — Downtov^n Los Angeles 


■- SiCO 

■■ . a-d 

-^:^95 

. ,S34.95 

. '.-'4.95 

554.95 

. <61,.95 

. L-74.95 

S84.95 

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C-s'Sers r- 


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HENRY LEZINE ^"^j ^ 
Prcpric'or "'"~ 


NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU EmEFr" 

• Brake Tune-Up Specialtsts © Free Pick-Up, Delivery pP^^ 
SPECIAL FREE ENGINE CLEANING WITH LUERiCATION 
HENRY LEZINE'S MOBIL SERVICE STATION No. 1 

1921 S. CENTRAL AVE> RI. 8-6824 

Use Your Bankamerlcard We Giva S & H Gr2en Sratnps 

Next Time Drive Into Henry Leiine's Mobil Station No. 2 

5527 SO. COMPTON AVE. northwests nee 56h s, /:^„ -> '-1172 

WE GIVE BLUE CHIP STAMPS ROBfRT 'BO: TU'-ifiifY, JP . . . M .M .'-^iT-r.-t 

• FINEST AUTO:& TRUCK REPAIRS BY m^3 5 OTT 



T2— The California Eaqle 


Thursday Jamary 25, 1 962 ^^•-"-^"•'•v.-.v.v.v.%v.vv.s-.v.-A%VVA-ASV.V%niiSsy PT'^Pl 


Phil Gordon Makes the- 


New York Scene 


'('■ "riM'^d trim I'ljo :)i 
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-;:i; THM- N \\ \ CWW i- I'c, 

r.i; i: ' ]'. : ■■;i i.Y in'.ic^ -■ ' i 
_ in ■■ 1 aii'ii I ill;^i"ii .'ir, 

Fir?l, i • a' ii,, I'^ank a couplo of other nkv ;ioop!e hMiii!- ifin- [HMinrnuru i i 
for the Ne v/Veni's Eve ,2:coc'ies the;-- were kind enousfh roxar.- 
to contribute: A'ar ;;iret (ahinvilie and h^r .sjanc: at hei' Or.r < .m-im ? 
Fifth Avenue eo-nii ant., with peas and I'iee. nerkbone?, ruAs i!(»i.:Mi-:s 


I 'CHAZT C:^.AVVFORD ^ 


11 ' J : 

,',:■; i.i: 111 thP h. -k 

r, \.\!T\ MOOKK Hill! JOHN 
\"i' >! \TH!S wi-ri' aiir^ni.' i.v 
ti' ■! 'M ~ aliciiJir. . llir- .■lui-'cn 
. : ! Ihf 1511,1. M' DON \1,'>S 


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roM^n K(m^ UTS .Moi.; TWISTKIIS Di Claionce 

'.ill iM;';.ii Ki\cina:i has a ir-i'- L;:ili', .iiir, ais.-ni a lv\ isung 
111- ail .;iiini; at Ihe Cra/ylioi >c lawi. ,-> m |ii< .wan!-: Clraniejry 

'n 'I- ■ Sunset sirip -;:..■. •! |ia''l a;ii' ani'i+it: Ihe h 'ftv 

IM \*.TU ll'\TIN<; I.v an- ^■.■, .i,..< v. . ; e Hir .Iir!T Randclnil 

'ill r 111 la>l \eat'sMi>> I'nivi' >i j.-n ■ on I'arry Adams 

n-i'i'.s;<ini.> ' '!i.::k; lialleDM ver.^ion of hv'st. 


cole s'aw. ehH-':en ei nieoyo. jiotato salad and oui'e e'^s. ina-- a- iiii^ unv m mi 

ni",; Ne«' V'\'!'^ IV'v SimpiI us "" ir ar. i/.'::N'n' ; i i rcnla , 

nil rjMii: uafr:.- a;>! h > .11. aiiion lakrs p!,u«\ 111.- ilial.ii:iu finai ,-!i:iy.. <■ \\ l.(VKI) IM- 
filui >!ill '-tastiii:: IP. l.-n..\ i'.-i- i,t tine, ami Iho fi.-jivr! ic-> arf i nip in.v mi V. 


H\N A t II \N I 

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'-'-'"^-'"'^'- "^'TT ■ - • n,.|- ai-l ,f-ii. M- 1^ Mir i^ -nil. ll 

t ii.co |-im;\<mi\ (.1 i/,(>.\, NAA 1... I , ipp -iitiM- f.ii- !■!.- M;a> : 
'!i~ " 'viw m:(M\N. ikissf: .\ok -ni- 

1)1!., I).' O. <,:; \X" A!i...n„- all 

J ' -•c.'iK'il !.. Ill' III.' uiv;. .itir \>.li.; 

Ill \\i ll(> -' If^ '■; THK OK h rOWKIX 1^ rrall> .I.M'V- -i.iiii'lhinu of i,..io 


llT-PC 


' KIS \ ( III ( K \\(M)I) all iiali- 

.1 "ir Ihr \. 

i-.a-- .111 li «i\|-\KI" Opi- 


ra. e v\'h ^^lar^arc; T'l'inip-on, 

.\ahry, so":o :ii->u ly.\ Oii^ ami 

.;ii?r tii.-e Ir.-Pil po^'pa'. luit iiappy. 

(■IBSON NKAI, -^IKIKiKK 

Internal Ri'x'i'nii.' .■- ..wn v,-, re- 
tars. I,illian (.ibscn 1i>i..m:. < a 
Mr>: Neit tii.vs Siini!a\ wli.ii ■;lie 
\\-nII<s that ai.-Ii-\ C"';i!edian Tim- 
niif KogiTs .'jspf a une-'iian 
sliow at Steinway Hall ..ii Feb- 
iu,ar\ 1st. 

WHITKMAN \ r K. M W 

Mv -liti ila.-iMiiaip .in.l b;uiii> . 

Sammy Whitfman ami Iv.s 
fa.piily' are no Ii>i"--,'t''' m >'!;.<- 
Iiur\-. N.C.. siiu-c .-^.er.niy i^ n.)\v 
r-ui"ilic P.elalii.ns Pirpil.ir fur 
Fishf'p Gilie-.;.:' m iMllas, Ti'.x.i-. 
He phiincfi nw tins n.-w-. an-l 
asked tor ir.fo ahoiil tmlti ^1 irry 
Bciefonte ami Suiiiev Foiticr. as 
possibilities for i-'oun.ier's Week 
at Bishep in .\pril. Ti'xa.s (iov- 
emor, Prire p-inif N. Dr. Kalph 
6um-b.», Dr. Frank idraham of 
the t"\ and a iMst ot oiher 
celebruies-have hc'eiT iri\itert to 
partiiipate thit week, so it 
should be a fun and int.Mlei tual 
gathennc. 

Caught --tn e.\.-t'llcnt pla.\-, 
"Mixin On .\ Rainh,.\v Shawl. ' 
uritten by Krrol .lohn and rii- 
recfed by (ieorgp Koy Hill, wi'h 
Vinnette Carroll. James Karl 
Jones and his father. Knhert 
Karl Jones, Cicely Tyson, h lien 
Hol.ty, Bill (.linn and .MeUin 
Stewart, i oi-nprisin;: t!ie ca>t. 
which is I.-.adC(i -Ai'h taleni and 
stage cram'. The sei;'n"s by 
I,loyd Burliiiuiime are il'ver 
and most ane -op::s ot fiast Dry 
River, Porl-Of-Spain, where th^ 


and weil-taned. 


soipe I h. 


hst.nu-. 


• r the ••■pinniiiniu '. 



All WE$TSIDf R?^I?S : 

WMl«ni Av«. tt 35th Mae* 
RE. 1*1320 


HEIP WANTED — FEMALE 


WOMEN-GIRLS 
18 to 45 


PB 


-^w 


RECEPT'CN.STS 


IBM 


C-ER.AT0?5 


^^■ c_-t-, 


>!.i.;kf' Ti; ■ 


'L 3-1251 LO 6-1822 
kN 1-7767 ED 2-1941 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK . . . 

for PEACE and FREEDOM 

Believe It! Live' Itl Support It! 

KURTZ SASH L DOOR 

7737 Varna PO 4-8556 

No. Hollywood 


BROTHERHOOD WEEK . . . 
FOR PEACE end FREEDOM 

ALAN HOTEL 


n6 E 


B 06/-^ 


Ic 


LEARN A TRADE 

IN 2' 2 TO 6 WEEKS 

Electronic Assembierj 

Grocery Cnerkers 

Cashiers — Clerks 

PBX Receptiop'sts 

IBM; Key Pun->. 
Offset Printers {3 to 6 months) 
Day & Eve. C^ass— cl Icrrns 
TRAIN NOW - FAY LATER 

Many Local Open ngs 
FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE 

WEST COAST 
TRADE SCHOOLS 

8805 S. WESTERN - 
PL 3-3251 


HELP VMNTED 
Male cr Femole 

Over 21 Yesr^ o' Age 

The West s leading mutual fund 
specialist expanci ng in fhrs 
area. Ground floor opportun- 
ity to enter dignified profes- 
sion full or part time. Experi- 
•nc» not necessary. We train. 
Additional district managers 
to be appointed in 1962. 

Call BILL MEYER 

DU. 5-6237 

or write Mutual Funds 
Associated Incorporated 

3837 'v/ilshire Blvd. 
Lot Angeles, 5, California 


AT >,G VAN DE KAMR^S 


- bAr.i hit 


THURS., FRi., SAT., SUN.. JAN. 25. 2&. 27. 28 



^ GRAND TASTE ^TENDER i JUICY ^fl^^^fl^^ 

FRANKS 39* 



LEE'S FINE QUALITY SKINNED 

HAMS 

FULL SHANK HALF 

c 




KHJ RADIO 93-NEWS HOUR 


SUNSHINE STATE FROZEN 

ORANGE 


OR SUNDERLAND 

GIN 

YOUR ^ ^" W^ 

CHOICE 


FULL 
OUAP.T 



MRS. FRIDAY S 
FROZEN BREADEO 


IV,. lb. 


SHRI!HP 

I E. 


v/'hOlE hams 


CENTER SLICES 


BUn ENDS 


47^ ! 98^ I 49 


lb 


EASTERN 


PORK LOINS 


CARLOT SALE 


CHOPS 

CENTER CUT "VA 

LOIN or RIB . # V 

END CUT 

RIB 



ROASTS 


LOIN END OR K K 

RIB HALF . . . 33 

END CUT 

RIB 


ft 


ICELANDIC 
FROZEN BREA3ED 

SOLE I HALIBIT 
'} 01. Alit 1 13 °i 


21. 


49%. 


Pk, 


59* 


• ot. 
E..1 Pkg 


KJUR FISHERMAN 
FROZEN 

FISH STICKS 

a E« I Pkg bb EtI 


EASTERhJ 
INDIVIDUALLY FROZEH 

SC.4LL0PS 


BLUE 
CHIP 

STAMPS 


FRYING CHICKEN 



WHOLE 
BODY 



CUT-UP 375 



FEATURED ONf KOaY 
FARMER JOHN 

SLICED 


COAST OL* SMOKEY 

BACON 

SQUARES 


FUERTE LARGE SIZE 


BACON i 29 


57 


rb 


lb 

FARMER JOHNJ 
PURE PORK LINK 

SAUSAGE 


8-ot. 
Pl<g. 


23 


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AVOCADOS 


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS 


((imptii'ih] 


tittaM 









18 VARIETIES 

INCLUDING 

CHICKEN NOODLE, 

TURKEY NOODLE, 

BEEF, 

TURKEY VEGETABLE, 
CONSOMME, 

YOUR CHOICER" 


JERSEYMAID CATERING 



EACH 



EXTRA FANCY 
WASH. WINESAP 


SWEET 
WINTER NELfS 




EAM 


F CALLON 



^ORMEL■S 


CHILI CON 
CARNE*"™ 


BEANS . . . 



NORMEL 
-CHItl (1^ 


■ waa-MWJHW fca.t-». 


REG. 25c SIZE 



24 Ct. BH. 


TISSUES-WHITE or COLORS 



JANE ANDERSON FRESH GROUND 

PEANUT 
BUTTER 


KLEENEX 

$ 


I LB. 

PLASTIC 

CUP 




400 Ct. 
Pkgs. 



FEATURING VAN DE KAMP'S BAKERIES 


SALES TAX ADDED TO ALL TAXABLE ITEMS 


SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE AT ALL THRIFTIMART MARKETS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD 


2600 South Vemont, Los Angeles - 3621 South La Brea, Lot AngtIts - 609 North Dillon, Los Angeles - 6840 La Tijtra, Westchester - 7980 West Sunset, Hollyv>rood - 6601 Laurel Canyon Blvd , 
North Hollywood - 8440 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica - 7985 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood - 3217 West Magnolia, Burbank - 11210 Santa Monica Blvcj, Santa Monica 
11861 Valley View St. al Chapman and Miller, Garden Grove - 6120 Lake Murray Blvd. ai tl Pa»o, La Mesa - 2233 Cloverfield at West Pica Blvd., Santa Monica - »04 Beverly Blvd. at Montebello Blvd., Montebello. 


VOODOO KILLER 



TRIAL 


JFK Hands Housing 'Bomb' to RepuMiii.aiiS 


-- Decontaminates Space Ship- 




I* . .; 1-; -^ '' !-ri > i< n '•>• \l*-!nn*-r^ of !,'■< a!!| X'T i; 

;mi i.-O-". ', F»B I, 1'56? . l(il W^:^T VERNON AVf , L A 8, CALIF. 


M 1//X \:. 46 


Phone: 

. AX. 5-3135 



Ouf-of-Town 


15c 


Fire Chiefs Oppose 
Half-Way Measures, 
Start Full Integration 

Vwv . hii fs !a>i Fii'M\ tuuuii th>- tabl>'P on the h'lir 
('ott!iiiis.-.(.n and infuinicci tii'ir sui'criDis thai the ("om- 
m»'<)n's "ii.ilt wav m>-jisiHfs" on inii'f:;iati(ii? Wdii't 
wi'ik. ti;at \hf ( hicfs na\''' H!nini\' insiiuitod lull intc- 
f^ratic.n and that ih- iitw ikjIk v is ftn {ht rt'nt rfleclive 

.tin ' iii'_:hii;i' thf di'iiai t niriit. 

FEPC Ruling ' 
On Santa Fe 
8ias Upset 

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AIDS >I()()N!-"1J( = 55T -Mvra Willard. 
chfinist ar.d ir.ernb? i >)f the technical 
Ftaff of the Huul-:> - Aiicraft Cnm- 
pany, is ?l;n\vn '.\;:ii molecular sliU. 


H' r wurk iiv.hnits [iiird'vMr^ a:id de- 
!(j!!taniiriatiiij: the niiu'ii-boiinti Sui- 


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Aircraft Co. Looking 
For Skilled Negroes 


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nienibt-is (;t thr Sv:t\) \tr> .-:> Fiii..\ lh:it th-'V arc active- 
ly- looking fcir fiaahfiid Xt'jm wnrkers and that there 
!-< nu bar to y >. aticenient m t'v- Hii^hi-.^' j.lan'.- that dot 
the Wt s; t-nast fr"ni Oeeaii.-^idi- to Sania Barbara. 

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Senate Bill 
Puts Ban on 
Voter Tests 



JFK Says He 
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Hexed, 
He Denies 
Murder 


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hiui lij.-; Hi)e v.Dii'id come 
ijaek to hip: and led him 
■Ip-i ho;;;e im t!ie nioi-ning of 
'ill' killin.. John W. Rilry,' 
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travelers, 1 .s nrl thni e,p.,-|i had 
happened on itie I-'r.-edoin flides 
showed h()« the .-^i-uth treats 
iContinueii on Pnee -li 


, ,,, fl,, I lie l)(-st Nfi;rr> History 

ip.)il- N\i'i-U present .Miu < iin l!i\f 

,,;,..] Mnirsi-lf (ir \(iiir Irii-inK is h 

1 hinii .^ears siilis(-ri|«liiin to the 

,1^,,,, ( aliPiriiia Kayle. 

,1 \s a s|>er;a| ivfli-r (hiriiii; 
the mi>ntli of FCIirtiarx i>iil\ 


the hiaule is rediiciii!; its a! 
rfa(i> low siilisi riptioi) rate 
li> si. Diirite^ l'i.|;niar\ a full 
\ear's sub, .'.■; issues, uili 
<'<)st i»nl> SS. 

hJseHliere in this issue in 
a e»u|MiM. f-lll it out, s4'ii(l it 

' ill, enclose your s:i and the 

F.ai;|p «ill be (leli\ere(l to 

your door every week until 

February, l!»fi:!. 

Why not inaJI tlir i-oupon 

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ii'.iUi^i '111' adinniistr.-iiion 'o 
i-cdi-Piii ' t'i'p'<j:.'M and pl.itfoi in 
.( "onii'i'ii'il on P.eje }' 


Violent Raids 
On 'Late' Spots 
Face Inquiry 

' Pi.:., .. C'Ji.i'f Parker lias nr- 
'de:ed 'in ;nq:.ir> into ihe pie- 
dauti raids on 'wo a'ie>--h- iirs 
-■I>ils tail 11 hecausp of the 
vM.iiti-in dr^ti !h iKtii iiiMiivrd 

Pole p I aiiie pii)\ iderl v i1h 
sled^e-h,,i;i!'i'ei s in !;;il."i .s .S\r;)- 
• rore sircet .-^nd 1)74 W. .-^Tiii 
pl.ii p and pro< eeded to u^-e 
ilieni. siiiii ^lini!; e\ei\lliini; in 
-luiit 

[ Reason i;i\en '.\ns tirii 'In- oS 
fi< ers were lookili'.^ lor doiH' Ni. 
na*-i otus ariesls \\ere nuiiip 
Thp 1-Ao oltuprs, ill ch.irKP, 
captain m the county marshal s otljce, efteetive Feb. j r p i. \\-aiion and .s»,t H. K 
1. Hutson fini.shed first on civil service exams over Uieon. have hpen ontpi.d in h\>- 
16 competing lieutenants. He is shown with Ll. John pf>ar heforp a polue trial buai-d 
Costello and Sgt. Millard Johnson. (Adams) .Monda.\. 



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,1! 'lie lioo! laiii (T >S.<-.' Broad- 

':' P.i , i\" ;..;!■ i>rili. p 'IP had paid 
\ \ ;, iT.i'MiPer-hip fee*aiid 'h«t 

,e li.iii P'i--iiiMi>' 1 pn ihp games 
at tin' ( iui). ^ 


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Atty. G. Carroll 
Elected Head of 
Richmond Bar 


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FIKST (WFT.AIN-^Fasadena born .Mvin Hiit.son. 
left, bc^came the first Negro to obtain the rank of 



nK.MKs <n\R<;r. 

Mh.-' ri'-nifii 'he uh...|e Thnijf. 

.-|..i. (■iiiP.ir- t|.. .ii-nir-d shiVoiinc at Brady, 

'•'['■ ' ■' ""'' lii'iii.'d he h..ui i-ieeii in i!-ip ctilh 

■d hev jinno. h;vi)nd!;\ii,.|, p,p fuhtini: stai.'ed. He 

'•'" sin,,- Vi.-.,;.ap.! iii.iiii'' p.s ."ifi.es -.;,,i -ji,. ,,nd -..pie fiK mis had 

it ■'■■' l''i ^'leiP ] . h„.i-ii ijipine HI '(-IP ^h-I■!hassy 

(■'i a "11- tia.ili! II"-!: Oii.e- CJiili ;ii,d i!iat whrn he. \>a!ked 

.11 ■* 1 ' 1 iif 'PI- "i .' I :.p t s aip-tii 'he Voteraiis I'hih soir.porje 

-'.'!■ I.I' 'i' \hi:,,i 1 , ! ,, I'll l-;i.iili.|i.p !i,p. 'jii ilie p.iiijiip bin that 

■! S|..,.;i iv- Phi '■ ■ .',"-r'ii\ i;e d 'I'snt kno'i',- wpo it wa.s. 

Negroes Seek to Bar - 
Negro Home Purchaser 


Ni- W" ^'OKl\ - Soioeiiiiii^ 'I'P 
nei\ ;-i leippenin^'- ppder the sim Ni'.:" 
Ill .\,ii'!\a:k. ('nnn . where Ne.i- of 
.-i> residents of » p-',iiP\- i npi- -. i 


laiiii that an andi'ifltial 

rpsidentin a copti-nunity 

St wi^ip families, h? Xpb-- 

liiiep pii\P(i -and one 


'iilinilN lia\e louierl hands uphCiime-e wdi resuit in "tipping 
wliiie jiuiisciiolders P) pir\ent ihe i ijiipiiiinipv and ultimately 
ihp s;iie of a L'oiiie to aiio'her prodPuP an.'iihpr all-Nepro iiei?h- 
Ne-ro' hoi-hoiid 

'I'liP laip.'led still y- that h.-'s \';iP,i.'hT who eonira.-lpri to huy 
li.u k of liip- unu-ii.il 1 p.iiini- tiie lioiise ^\as rrquirpd under 
siaiii'i's was told in this \',epk'k Pie io\enants m ins deed tii^se- 
Heiioiler iii.iL:,i/ine in w iiieh le- iiire tlip pei'Pii>sio'n of other 
poili'i- Ilonald Pfarrer p,Mnts hduselipjders in the eommunit>'. 
lilt iliai tiie efforts lo lijoi'k the W lien he sou'^ht that permission 
'-ale of t!ie 1-ioUse lo riiarlt^s H. ii was denied ^vi1J1 N'esro rP.ii- 
X'aiiLiht. a Columhia Innersity denis leadini; the fi<:ht. As. Dr. 
^I'ehnii lan. li.'ne lieen nnderlak- Leslie .\lleii. one of the Negro 
'Ml 111 ilie n.inio of inieKiation. re'sidrnis explains it. "I have 
•■fVPI'lNr.' seen Ihe pattern in New York 

01).iPction to ihe sale rests on c iCoiiiiiiued on Page 4' 


JOIN AND SUPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! 


JOIN AND SUPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! 


JOIN AND SUPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! 


JOIN AND SOPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! 


LA. URBAN LEAGUE means BETTER JOB^ and BETTER LIVING! 

3839 SO. WESTERN AVE. - AX 2-0511 NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 1716 W. SANTA BARBARA AVE., SUPPORTS THE URBAN LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 

JOIN AND SUPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! JOIN AND SUPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! JOIN AND SUPPORT YOUR URBAN LEAGUE! 


2 — The California Eagle Thursday, February 1, 1962 

Tom Bradley 
Quits LAPD tc 
Practice Law 

Lieut. Tom Br.ulley of „tli 
Wilshire DiviM.m of tho I.- .\- 
geies Police Poparnr.nnt is lie'- 
. IfTiant no loncer. As of tocia- 
Feb. 1, h(P re.Ni^ed fr^'m t'^ 
ftiice. on which he has ser'.- 
for 21 year.';, to take iij) a "<■ 
cai-eer. that of ntf-irnin- .-it ]■,■ 

Bradley ipasseil the Ci' f ■ 
?tHte Bar' examination ;n V 
ani.i. after a lir>f trip to T'^ 
an.i Uni\er.^oy rnnipu- 
v.'ill hans: out his shinvle a' ■• 
side that of Charles H. "I 
1he\vs. in the BIoi!c;ert BuiUi::- 
2510 S C'^-ntra! aven'.ie. 

.JOINKD IN 1910 

Bradle.v joined t!ie V''" I 
Force in 1910. servin.: i t 
Juvenile and Detective Bore- 
and AdiriinLstr.-ilive V'.o bef 
being as.-iicricii to tlie Pii'-':. ' 
formation Di\isi.>n \\l-..':-o 'ic ■ 
panized ari pro rramr.-r ! i 
Communi:\- r;e;.''f"'n< .-D-^- ■,' 
terpret''',- ■;■•■ r. > iif •'■5 r 
lire , T'ci'artrr.er* ti s. h. 
rnnTmiinity. ( ;\i'- :i n d i ' 
groups ti-'-r.u','i -peerhe.-, :■■' 
Vision and ra ,i >. 

!Te rNo maip^aincd !'a<'"i ■' ' 
fommun'ty nfws-papers, i'v..'s!;- 
pated inter-:'roi:p and interr.Tcial 
friction and su^rEre-^ted proce- 
dures, to the Police Department 
for handling these problem.s. 

Bradley was recently ere of 
the thre? ler.-.lin<T communitv 
candidates for the appointive 
post of city councilman in the 
10th District.- 

KAPPA I. FADER 

Immediately af'p- his retire- 
ment.. Br.iille.v will leave the 
city for H' ' min-^ton. Ird.. To 
"participate ■ in ''le ried'.'at:on of 
Kappa Ah'h.i P~:'< liider \V. 
Disres Me:'-. >; t]. a romhinption 
fratemifv i-'oi;^.:^ a*ui foi;;-.dation 
for the st'j i^• of inVcrnat:o'n! ri^ 
lations. on li-o campus cf Iiid;- 
ana Universiy. 

The rpen-'.onal is dedicat-^'d to 
the in founders of Kappa .-\:pha 
Ps! Fr:i'"rn:tv, orranized at 
Indiana l'r.r."e:=dy J;-;n. >. ,1911. 
Ixsng active m the Kappas, and 
an officer -.nee 195>:.. Biadley 
is national \;ce president "f tlie 
fraternity. 

The 43-year-ol! UH.A prndu- 
ate lives with h's v. i^e. flthel. 
and twa dan:;! •-r.-. L- 'v -. . l"^. 
and Phvllis. 16, at 3S0T .'^. V.'jll- 
and avenue. 

Child Alone, 
Gets Burned 
On Heoter 

Janice L. Primm. 6. f' 'l''~?,7^ 

■ Gorman street, sufvierl i:i:rd-' 

degree bums on hor bodv. ar^iMt , , , , , 

o _ , f ■ 1 .' u d.'it.' n t) hep e hm.iiiaie javi'n,,c 

8 a.m. last hri'vay uni^n hci ; ■ • ■- i j 

clothin? wa.; iTnited'as s-e .:■ . .r]' ^l^lm'i^ir-r.ry, support of fcd-ral 
in front of a wall heater at he.- a.d to e lucadon. cue for e'dcr- 
home. jiy riti/,ns, increased jolj op[)or- j 

Her fati-.er, Klmer Primm, I'.utM^ -. sur'p^rt to a vciorar.s'j 
had taken her mother to work, Iproi^rain and to h'>u<.ri '. h.^iisi-nj 



Bob de Coy 
Quits KGFJ 
For KTYM 


liACt\ POiiTEii — Today's Mtn, a; 
group of young nu^ii d-dicated to 
])rogi'ess, sponsoi-cd a lunrheon to fur- 
ther the campaign of Atty. HvtTctte 
^■M, Porter Sunday al St. Anthony 
Lodge on 41st Place and Figueroa. 
Porter is a candidate for Congress in 
the 21st Congressional District. Front 


row from kft : Norman Edelen, presi- 
dent: Atty. Porter and Atty. Charley 
'>!oyd, vice prtsidtnt. Second row: Hu- 
■ /rt Greene. Harold James and Willie 
''u.^an. Ba'k row: Johnie Walton, 
Kverette William.-^, Roland Jennifred, 
John Jones and Van Hardv. (Adams) 


j Popular radio announcer- 
writer Boh de Coy is leavin? 
P,adio .'Station KdKJ .as of ti> 
day. Thursday, and transferring 
to KTY.M •k-Time" of In^l*^- 
wiHxl. w hero he will conduct a 
radio stiow of his own. he ad- 
vised the hiaj^le ihis week. 

While .1 wteran actor-writer 
of Holl>w(x.d and New York. 
dp Coy IS also one of the 3rt-odd 
.\ineMr,in Xeiiroos holdini; a 
-Master of Kuie Arts det:rep from 
the Yale I'niversity School of 
Diania 

An aiihority on American 
N'cKro history, de Co.v pioneeied 
as writer-narrator of the K(;F.I 
awaid winning; documentary 
series. 'This Is Progress." At 
the t.me of his resignation the 

! series w.is in its l-48th consecu- 
tive week. A similar series on 
the li!sii)i'\ of the Negro in 
.\menc3 will he a part of his 
KTYM .showis. 

With the enua;_'ement of de 
Coy o;i tiie KTYM staff the sta- 
tion becomes tlie second in IjOS 
.\nKeles to include "Necro Ap- 
peal' radio. De ("oy \mI1 con- 
duct a iiiorjiing sp:iitual show, 
■ProcK'us Memories" and a 
daily leconled feature of mod- 
ern muMo called 'Tiu' Ixih de 
Coy .'shou." the fonjier appear- 

lin.g at 7 am. each morning. 

'uhile the latter being heard 

lioiii It) ;'.() a.m. until 12 noon. 

Radio Snition KTYM is AM in 

day and FM at night, 1460 on 

the A.M radio dial. 


{Texas Mother Tells 
lEagle Story of Life 

By BARBARA MOl NTS 

; Many people come into the Eagle office each week. 
^3ome bring news, some bring complaints and some bring 
complimentary impressions. Some leave a sense of well 
ibeing and peaceful friendship. SUch a person was Mrs. 
iLila Ruth Dvkes of Dallas, Texas, who is sjx^nding a year 

in .Santa Monica with herdaugh-| — 

ter. who is completini; her doe-, she found mu< h lo he done. Tho 
torate in Business Administra- people are eat'er to le.arn .and 
tion at I'CI-.A. jnepare ttiemselvcs for a l)etter 

Mrs. Dykes radiated vvarm lifp. ^he stayed for a year and 
friendliness and inteifst as she helped to establish a kindercar- 
lold of the exceptional achieve- 'en school, in the Kikat.a toun- 
ments of her two dau.chlers and ship. 

her grandson. .She gave, up her Hor other d;. ugliter. Dr. 
ioh as a teacher at the Boikei .Oeorge E. Dykes, he.ads the art 
T Washington Technical High dej)artment at ttie Noitli Tex.is 
.■School at Dallas, to stay with .State College at Denton M)-s. 
her daughter. Mr.s. Jimmie D. !Dykes's h u s b .a n d James A. 
Fields, of 1908 19th street. San- Dykes, died in ]9.")1. He was the 
ta Monica. director of three government 

Mrs. Fields, i.s an e.xceptional- schools for veterans, 
ly gifted young woman whol The principal of 'the Dallas 
spent t%\o years in Liberia as a school, in a letter of recommen- 
leacher of secretarial science, dation, said of Mrs. Dykes, "She 
She now teaches at UCLA and 's a teacher of paramount qual- 
LACC and works in an office at I'y. a lecturer, a world traveler. 
I'CLA as well as studying for a tireless civic worker, an cx- 
her doctorate degree. Her son pert in human 'relations, a duti- 
Robert Fields spent nvo years ful mother, and a Christian 
in an English Preparatory woman. She is sincere and of 
.School before .ioinirig his mother unimpeachable honesty and in- 
in Liberia. He will graduate tegrity." 

fiT)m Santa Monica High School Since coming to the bay area, 
in June. At the age of seven he Mrs. Dykes has been arine in 
uon an exhibitionary award for the First AMK Church-b\-the- 
ius ceramic art. Sea and ser\es as its director ul 

-Mrs. Dykes told the Eagle Religious Education, 
that while she was in Liberia! She has been sought after as 


Vic Tanny's 
Pays $400 
In Bias Case 

Admitting that it did discrim- 
inate, ,Vir Tanny's fiym and 
Ile.-dth Club in Mineola, N.Y. 
this week .aqreed to pay $400 
d.iniages to Dr. Eugene T. Reed, 
president ..f the New York. State 
.\.\.\rp Conference, «ho charg- 
ed I'.e '.'..:- denied menihfrsl-ip 
in ilie (lull on .lan 20, 1%1 be- 
cause he is a Negro. 

Tiie health club also p'edgcrt 
in a pre-trial settlement Ihat it 
wdl henceforth open admissions 
lo all •■v.ithour rej-'.-ird to race, 
color or creed." 

In l...< .\n'4eies. where Negrri' 
applicants !i;u-e cliarged from 
lime to time that they have been 
similarly t-.arred because of 
race, Mark Tendier.(manager of" 
\'ie Tanny's HijUwood gym, 
13.')T N. Vine street, told the 
Eaude Tuesday that the club 
bars no one because of race and 
fh.it, on the contrary, "every- 
IkaIn 's welcome at the club." 


a speaker at club functions and 
church gatherings as well as by 
tho order of Eastern Star. She 
is a life member cf the N.\ACP; 
a member of the Progressiva 
\'otei's League: a charter mem- 
ber of tiie Dallas National Coun- 
cil of Negro Women; the Busi- 
ness and Professional Women's 
Clul.>; the YWCA and the Wed- 
nesday Morning Study Club. 


Fcj!sy's Men' Back ^"'"'' ^'** 

e.iiSr fsr Csriisress 


Th- l.e.,,i!r of .\:;icd Alts uill 
" .'■. - r t ,e <'pri.;n.- ni'jht of 
. ,1 I 1!.-; •: y W.ok u nh :,•■, 

I 1 >i.i 'il a' s,.i|.|y s,.., jn__s 

' 1 1.0,1:1 .\- s.„ ;,.•,;, ,11. l.'l,:',ll .S 

I ^\ ' si. 1 n ,i\o:i-:o. on .^ i:-.d,i\-. 

Bv i. M.vr.iK nr(;in:.s Ik... m. f., :o : t , n pm 

An t''.',iiUS'..''Stii' .!;'>l:p id" .SUpl^c.-ru rs atteniled aj .\r;- ::. I'll- ,'r:..:s I.) U> r\- 

'unoheon lo i'lU'thcr the cn'pnairn of Atly. EvereiU- M. i'.ii^ii.'d .'■.:.\ le Wiiiiam E. Pa- 
Portcr fer Confjre.'.; fi(>:n the L'lst I):s:i;(t Sur.dav m tho "'i' ■ '•"•' e s i ,■ \ li.iie. Helen 
larcje Eanouet "llall of ." t. A'nthonv Lod'^e on 41st {'lace i^'- ""''■• •="'' ^''^''''^ii l-'lowers. 
and Fieuorca stieot. l\.wci i.- a IVmnerat. ! ^l"--"- '"^ '■■^' ' dented aitist 

-p , . ,, . ,, I - - - — •' 1.- ! ;e o.'' .\':'i«i .\';s IS 

T.;dav s .M p. f r Fi'o:-:-e-- ■-' :; ■' - ■ , , 

-T.nsored -d. ,.,: h.-n f :■ .'. ^ - --■'^ ^-■- -" ^'- I'---:;-- ^^ ZZi' ::.^','T'i 
cand;.l-i'e l.n. : i r,:o- n, ;;, j^--> '" '•^'■•■y "■''• i:ci''i:,;,r:.n, ,",..„.. 

;i: ;..: .\"c :m \ • : s in tpe _'!<• 

)..'i. t. II.' s-,. i -h .t if v.ed .11 t 

.:;.e a iviii; . e . f I'-.c o; .■)■ .itu- 

:. y \', ,' r, .,>.■ li,!\e tii.it v. c may 

...e U) V'. i.t .anod'.er ten \ears 
past :0 -vr ,.: 1 as a :tv n I ;•,.,, ,,^. ., , ..,,,,, „-,;„, ,f,„i:iy 

eaou di to :•.'. .1 ( -./.er men t . ho p'-e.= ' .-.'s ilse!;. In his (dosiiii; re- 


Roybal Kickoff 
Set for Feb. 7 

Following Councilman Ed- 
waiai K. Kmh.d's endorsement 
f .ir Congress by a vote of 194 
1 I ti I y County-Wide labor 
.roiip.s. .in.oflirial Royb,il-for- 
("on-'ioss kii'kotf is scheduled in 
the iiii:r...;m of the Alexandria 
llotid ."it s p.m. on Feb. 7. 

R. '.'. Ii.d Is a candidate for 
Congress f«om the new .3Uth dis- 
trict, v'.huh incllides his coun- 
cilm.inic area on the easfside 
and downtown. It also takes in 
'Ioll^^^o„d, .McCarty Park. W'il-' 
shiip an<l extends as far south 
■s I .\iK .sition. 


man v.i.n \\a;.".:is tlioi.:- s ,o- 

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port, e.s a dednato 1 nii.i \' .: r| 

has laiihiLiily sm"..'. tlie ;:ui he ' 

in varl.>;is c '■■ /■■ :;:cs for t'l" '. 


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i:o:e\'.r b-m.sh tiie old famil; ;i 

u. -rds of, ue "i- in" elect a .\e- 
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BROTHERHOOD WEEK 

Believe It! Live It! Support It! 

Mason Contractors Exchange 


2013 No. Main, L.A. 3) 


CA 1-6332 


VICTOR CLOTHING CO. 

214 SO. BROADWAY MA 4-0801 


leaving the child alone. Some- 
ho^v her codion dress was sucked 
Inta the sm-all open door of the 
heater, and caught firt The 
rhiid ran s.". reaming out.s.de cf 
the houSe, as her father nf- 
rived. 

He called an ambulance and 
the attending pnysician reported, 
that 20 to 30 percent of the 
child's body was severely- 
burned. She remains in serious 
condition at Kaiser Hospital. 


between lab. jr a:ij m.i'iaue- 
m.f^nt. aid to sn-iall Iv.isiness and 
elimination of conditions rcsiwn-. 
Sible for crriie irii'rease. 

Porter reminded h:s support- 


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Strvie* yon mr trust — Savings you can count on 

CAR PULLING TO ONE SIDE? 

CetiU bt tJfhtr brak»t—or alignment 


CORRECT BOTH WITH THIS MONTH'S 
WHEEL ALIGNMENT and BRAKE SPECIAL 


• Correct co«t«r, tamb«r 
to* in on front end 

• Adjust itearing 

• Add brake fluid 

• Adjust brakM 

• ftaianc* front whacit 


All Makn 

All Mod.h 

No Ejiceptions 


|N0W — 5 locations and 37 tire representatives top 
»rve you at our stores— or at your home or business.! 


1820 So. Grand-RI. 9-6491 
843 So. San Pedro-MA. 7-3541 
*4450 Crenshaw-AX. 5-3341 
4976 nrestone-LO. 4-2611 
*7900 La Tijera-OR. 8-7802 

*Open 'til 9 P.M. Thurs.-FrL 


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GENERAL TIRE COMPANY OF L.A. 


NT! RE STOCK OF .W I NTE R W EAR 


Dear Friends: ^i'\ 

Buy your new clothes and accessories NOW dur- 
ing our Eiq Sale of the Year and SAVE! %l ' 

Pay cash or as little as $3 a week pays for $100 T^'"i^ 

Vv-orth of clothes, shoes and accessories' for Men and 
Boys of all Ages. ,W^ V 

During the next 30 days: .^a : '/' 

All S40 suits and top coats $25.95 

All S30 suits and top coats $34.95 

All $60 suits and top coats $44.95 wmim . -*■ 

All S70 suits and top coats $54.95 

All S80 suits and top coats $64.95 

Ail S90 suits and top coats $74.95 

All $100 suits and top coats $84.95 f~"VC* 

Buy any suit or top coat and get a SI 5 sweater or ^' %■■■ \?^^'*' 
a $1 5 Hat or a SI 5 pair of Trousers or a $15 pair of - A^"*^' 
Shoes FREE! 

Now is the time to qet a ne// complete outfit and 
save. ^^ 

Leather Jackets — Leather Coats — Suede Jackets !^K| ^^ 

— Suede Coats — Car Coats — Rain Coats — Trench ^^b ' '* H 

Coats — Shoes — Shirts — Ties — Sox — Underwear — 
Belts — Suspenders — Handkerchiefs — Tuxedos — 
Trousers — Sport Coats, etc. 

CONTINENTAL -IVY LEAGUE HEADQUARTERS 

YOU NAME IT, WE HAVE IT! Bring in all your friends, 
,^-i\ you get a gift for each one you send or bring in. 

V\/e can fit you — Sizes up to 50. Everything for boys age 
i^-r n 2 to 22. See the new One, Two and Three button Continental 

suits — Ivy League suits — Regular suits — All the nev^^ colors 
and styles. 

DRESS UP i: GO PLACES -V ENJOY LIFE in good looking 
BRONSON clothes. Makers of Fine Clothes for over 40 years. 

It it is new we have it! Watches for men, women and 
boys. 

Buy one suit and get $30 off the price of the 2nd suit 
during this SALE only! 

AMPLE FREE PARKING BOTH SIDES OF STORE 

PARK FREE NEXT DOOR while you select your new 
clothes. 

A Union Crew to serve you better — We cater to you, 
and we do mean YOU! Come in in your working clothes. 

Store Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p -n. 
Open Every Saturday Night Until 8:wJ p.m.' 

LEO S. FON-A-ROW AND STAFF AT 

THE VICTOR CLOTHING CO. 

We Cater to California Eagle Readers '' 

214 South Broadway — Downtown Lot Angeles 


SAFETY SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Gains Over $10,000,000 to Reach 
$20,500,000 in Assets During 1961 

Within a half year of its fifth birthday. Safety Savings and Loan 
Association recorded $20,504,535.62 in assets; the president cf the associ- 
ation, Wesley R. Brazier, reported this week. This increase in assets, he 
stated, was matched by loan service to the community during 1961 of more 
than $10,000,000. This growth also means that the assuociation provided 
jobs for ten additional young men and women during the year. 

LARGEST YEARLY GAIN IN HISTORY 

I ne savings and loan industry recorded the greatest increase in any 
one year, and it was also the largest yearly' gain in the history cf Safety 
Savings. Leading the industry in growth are the California associations 
because of the exceptional growth of the state, with Los Angeles slated to 
become the largest population and' business center in the United States. 

INCREASE IN INTEREST RATE TO 4.6% 

- As of the end of the year, Safety Savings announced en increase in 
interest rate to savers to 4.6°o per year. An additional interest plan was 
also announced giving extra interest for funds received any day during the 
month if they remain to the end of this guarter, this m aadition to the 10-day 
grace period at the beginning of each montj;. 


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SAFE TV SAVINGS 

Statement of Condition 

December 31, 1961 . 
Asset?, 

Loans on Real Estate $15,427,121 ?3 

Loans on Savingrs Accounts 75.680.50 

U.S. Government Securities , l.or.3."22.00 * 

Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank . . , , ] on.r.oo.OO 

Cash On Hand and in Banks 535,961.00 

Office Biiildingr, Furniture, Fixtures and 

Equipment (Net) 101,ir)?.4§ 

Other Investments and Assets 341.281.90 

TOTALASSETS «... ■?2n..'in4.5."^.'.P3 

LiaUlUiea ' 

Bavinss Accounta , ?17,1<^0,68S.64 - 

lioaos in Process ..,.. ; ., 224,012.63 

Advances from Federal Home Loftn Bank . . k 2,034,d00.03 

Other LiabUities S?.,15l.77 

Guarantee Stock • < , 200,000.00 

Specific Reserves 114,36411 

Sorplns, General Reserves and Undivided Profits ... . 738.;^23.4T 

TOTAL LIABILITIES , $20.504.535.63 

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NOW 4.6% CURRENT ANNUAL RATE 

Paid Quarterly 

NEW EVERYDAY INTEREST 


Save with SAFETY 

SAFETY SAVINGS 

.A.I^r> IjOAN" .A.SS0CIATI03>T 

t6S8 South Western Avenue • Los Angeles 5Ji^ • EE 5-lOit 

Wesley R. Brazier, Director-President 
Lovell C. Moore. Director-Senior Vice-President MitcheltB. Miles, Direefor-Seerefarf] 
James M. Woods, Director-Treasurer Judge Bernard S. Jefferson, Director 


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Sadie Brewer 
Joins Hopefuls 
In 53rd A.D. 

I 

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hor i>f the I.us .AnkjiMos dmntv 
UemiK-raiic ('<Mi:i;il Con-iiii;i;e'\ 
i'hiS v.f^k nr.iiduni o(l her riwli- 
Uiary for the ( ,ilifur:iia A>-'';i!l)h 
fn">iTi the y.'.ii] A !■>, 

Mrs. Rri-wrr, :'nc fn ^t w..ir,.in 
trt join tho |i-,i-:. i<; runniiiL' 
1! :ti. !u(I- 


Thursdav, Februarv^^l, 1962 The California Eagle — 3 



28th Street Y Charles Refutes Claims 
Support Drive ^" Lucky Lager Ads 

rr Kdo:ar Charles, jjresident of the Califor 

Opens Monday 


forma Negro 
Bu.sinesamen's Association. Monday accused Lucky La- 
ger of discriminating in hiring and flatly rejected the 
contentions of R. M. Westly. piesident of the Lucky La- 

Thp 2s.i, snert v.\irA ^Mi!i-^'' Brevying Company, wiiich appeared, m the Negro 
i.iu;u!i in' T'h'J sup[>iii; (,iin- 
pniL'n rr\t Mnnii.is . ijiuier Hie 


press last \veek. 


'ly's .staK^nieiil (n i'jp p;ih- 
addship of Di . Itdv j\nt!if.'.-, li-'" appeai-pd in 1ne fiirni of a 

''i!l p^L'e ;;ii. I'hf mes-a;;e ap- 


len fiiinK' hi 


]e\ nil tiinre 'A'as 


iioiit>i aiiil 11', I Irafier. 


U'illia:!' i; P"' eci^ian, p'^'vi- 
■nt .jf 'ae Ivani -af %!.•■ at.-i <, 
mounreii '|-.s v, r^k iliat Dr 


'■(jll'.iM')tr l)"'\i c. ii lilt' eaipir.^er 
."aiii '''e iiPiipn ■ > V.c'":'' Xii'-rtr? 

oil! n' :;,.„i p.- 


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iin'.X T>in T")r-!i.!.^ I .i !I:.\kir,- 

land Mar\!n n\:r,ill;.. 

I slip hasps lie;- raiiipaT't on n Thon'as. o! I'arniinri. iia 

,lenc'!iV hi^'-rv ,.f p.ii:'i. 'il a'i<l nanicd ,1 


DIKKt lOK 


All. 


piM! in_ liver ills ^iL'iia'u 

I'd i\ hy [.ui ky I.a.L'er was ihe C'h.arU'S in <[[!'■< in;, r) Wiat 

\iitini of ail attack l)y 1h" hiisi- I-Ui'ky _dvi hire .\et.'!()e.-. ;n the 

, , .,, , , , ii'-^nien. lie said neither Lucky ca1eL:i)iies V.nsth. iiii^nf-ioned, 

,. , i , Lac'i" nor its distriliuiurs dis-diuf nut in tlie I/k .\iy;elrs area, 

_IH) \i)iiiiP'iT i:i!~,ipai!rn work- . u \^ 1 <■ . •■ u e . 

' " crirninaie in hiritig, liiu m fart uhere oiii- fan'ilu 
ITS who vmD >-eek 'o ra,-e S!^. 

:.ll!) for •}'■■ -..rk 

Vonlh lii'|. -I'li-a 

rhairr 


' conimuniiv a('r. iiv and »n a 
piMTiani Ih'it calls f.ir r^ "pcra- 
!i'.]i v 'h (,■.■.' T'.-'T'i- < pin". :i'-i 
to p'-evcnT 'i\'-':-,i!c d- '■I'rinc.nrv 
an prd '" ii I'f-d tv ^''ii ■■ I >-i -- 
M ..IS, f iU rn.' ! . ..1 . „i.^ . .r :!.• 
a;.'d in(reT-e n did'! r r'Vf 
,-. alters ci t mac,! sup'i.rt '■ 
FKPf at state and fr-deral Ie\-- 


A. t|\ ita- 
Ollice .t 


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'iie 1. .- .Vni^cie 


e ad ia.-'i.er s'a 
i]ii ilidcii a;iplic;rnl> '.'. •• 
p. it'ip [' !• eni[i!. lyic.i 
ill k\ L.-uiT, hii' "Hat 


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rd! ■■'all \'... ■ c liniti.ar ■■. ;: 1 Ine 
ii- v.-..\s ' \<.iv'f' •.>•'.. fipa. •_:(■•- ■' re- 
al sjh.i-. i"."i »•■!■. n "ill !'■ (ji:r-s.:...nsi''.ip 
ky br ■.-■J i)..li i( - '^ic i.,.iimht 


Youth, 17, 
Confesses 
To Murder 


MONEY .\rDS REC.\LL — Dt 

Christopher I>. Taylor, ripht. turns 
over his contnbiituin ff>r the in',h Di.s- 
tru-t Recall to Pr. D: Qv. ;s!-,c' C-.-i- . 


\ice president of the committee, cen- 
ter, and Frank Terry, campaign co- 
ordmator. (VVilljamsf. 


ipIs and the "srpport of co'>i; 

li^islntion i!n» is for the wol- A IT-ye.ar-o'.d youlii. .lohn l.'-c.of the proerani f.T youth ran;;- havin 

fare of all pc,,ple " iC.>iksey. Manual Ar's s'udent, ,n,jr in' pc-p f,-oni S-IS un ipr the ment. 

,, „ ,. r aflmittid '!> poll, n Knd.iv ni'.;hti,i;,./>ctinn nf tap '^5?th 'Nfrppt 

I Airs. Brewer is a native of . , . i-c- . . ''"•' ""■' '" ''p -nm .-5111' i 


eat and 
employ Negroes as d;'i\ers, sleep." 
t!ie 1 .Mf .\ - ^.|,,,. ,,p..| ' hemisis, and in- D.-M-ned to (■ mifj|..p 

..tiicr rii(-..iie?. jjp ^.j,),.,! ,,,-1 .|i,, i,'a-;.'.e-s- 

''■'■ ''J'^ ■''' ■ ' ':" ^'1 Tre ad iu.'Mier s'ai.-l t;-.-,t 
I .'ude- \\ illiani. Z.a/.uel a |ii i 

; d of .loin .\d cs .l,x"..'r lli.h 

■-.-h'K.l. \^ l:o •. 1!! r^l; :r '^ > 1" 

''"■ 'lie '■■1"'' ■■•'! '.-'U '-c'tioii I). ;va- hound by an i n d u s t r y- und.'r aliack. llpvud ans were' 
:- icri \',i>:o.cr •.. !| i-.rad ;!'• f-'.;- .- unujii auin inenl '.^■i'il tf.c Team- : un iiT'lhr- NeL;:o prcs^ 'to con-'' 
■ii-s and Pofe-K|onal di.\. i,-:s v-.'l h-h contains a (^ii in;.: I ii-e 1 lie pul.'i, " .■;, r.rue .ve- 
"'I'lS .111,1 C),- ;,•,,:,/. I',,, |,g ..\i'I ii.'h.dl pi,/\i~:on. '11, e c.cnpaiiy lu'i:.- v.ordi'd |ion-uiv, ; ,;.-,i ;,,-:ory 
d. hv l.iti'i- ( i.iik' 're Chui.ii liiPiet.iir h.as no coutio! lavcr fiohcy ci.iicn,,--;]'.-- a'vi 'no l.i.r-n 
-■('ii'ii '■!■' linl'h Mi'ixik:';- aii'ir\h.i .s ^cnt !,ir e:r:pl.)> nant, i' r.i;i,"ic "'' a .'■•.^r, ^ 
1 diia rd-.i-'fi . ^ -.rated. ('i,-,,;,'S ^u.:^, .-'-d •:, ■' \\ ■ ■tly>;' 
.\ll funis i-'is,.,) riiai-uT 1i .-■ '(;||,.;V.s, in a Iciler i,> Wc.vtly ■■.■,\^.ut a Xc^," . ,;..-i; l■,aloI■-, 
■,,nllpa^'^ \m1! !..' spppi :n Hie released Monday , .i,-. ijsc.l Lucky si;;p. 1 ie u; -ed tiii-it Wcfily note 
uth Centt.-il ajea m support La u'er and thf Te.imster.s of tr.i a hanging tinies and -give 

a "sweetheart afrree- Ne.;ri)es some ions jn all eate- 
He said iho business- 'L;onps in his eompain-. ' 



■■1 ! 

Stby-at-Home 
Tea for 1 0th 
Is 'Terrific' 


,A!ab.-ima and tauuht s, hrml ,, ,, ,,, . ^, ,,, f ,,i '■"'-'^■ 

, , IT. "Iii M''" I.latii.'i'' .stuhhlcficld - - - 

.there pnor t.i cip^m:^ to I.os .\n- , . , , . ^,,^ ,,. ... 

diirinL; a r.ni.crv .1 s.,s \.. ,.ad i,:] ^f winch v. e 

li ,. e li-t .;. -. Ji .,„. ■;ti:i,l,i.-f,c;d 

': ne "'i a |\ •,-• ■■■' '. ir i ;.,.! hp f"un.l 'lir-n 


TiiP \\"oti-.p:i s I >i\ i.si,,n 
C.>;ii:i'iitre f.c- 'I" Kith r>i<iTici 
ppi-all IS p' '-c I'ly h-'isi vi n 
j '.stay at r.":"p Tea ' f '- the 
neneti' of ti:-"' C","U.".c:ln;3riU- Re- 
call n,o\ eir.ent. 

The Woinens Division his in- 
itiated this first of niaiiv 
plann. d efforts 


■_e',-'s lM \ci's a.;,) sinr,-- roni- 
■;M'' '-.ece ^i,p triv -i':.-, taM_-fit '.-i 
■i e field .'f < "a d l".; p f. ■ ■ t \ . 
■■■.I'. .<np ;s 'i-e \', ifp of Dax i i 
■ p., r..,p.- 

'^hc IS n -^-pp V-p^- of Th'-- tr'.s'r-e 
N.a'-'l nf ti.» I ;-. ilv r. IP'.-' 
!'";'■• n. 'i.e \ \.\' 'I' vkJ-'cp sii" 
■-.?s lirrn •n f\ci:ito,p ii^arii . 
*'e n.'""MP'-. I'rivi.i I.c.iL.c^. ^'\'.('\. \ 
•IP [i'^.c. . F'ouiid:-,' ,.>n a-.,l ; u' i 


missin? fron! , 
lonie He .said 

thP s'.-c.M I 


MachJsh 


li\,d III !i." .-.•■ ..' I'o.i c t... .V,.i Younc ("■■■•K.'^s niri'tica- i- in 

• ,.11 vi.iis. • ,.- ,'ci,i '',11 1- on C i.'^iai ii'o i! ' !i C'; •.'. r h an .aunt 

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■,,Te r.'~iai.: ."i .i ^ ■' ili t u ..'- iid ('ook^"y r- :< parolee fioui 

ill 1- ankle v • .• • c.l ■.uii Iv 'uc Calif.ii ira N',.il.i .\uth..i ii ■ . : 

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1 i.. :■ I,. ■; \. -h ','o'.'.i' , lother three 'nr.ns. .,,1 .','.n. 


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P11 s f-',.r!i:'i ^' .' ,s ,d- . a.i ! All- wl.-u 
ni.^'r'iier o" •[••-• ("a:' -iiiia 1 >.• r, .-|fi<,-,^e--., .u . •: 
ci-alr- Coiio'j! anil fire.-:dctr_L!i . rini4. ,1 1'.-^ .■s:\ln.^ i'.,,ni !«.. 
'he Ide. ll Tti hir'.'. r.i' e CI, ii |tlii,'e '>! led- an'l soni" iicuiiu 
r the ram- . 


i.; ■i\ h' n . ^Ir- )-,)! no aii-'A.-'r -r-n 

.;,• pai i ' i.led .Ml- !;iiiet|p Py.ip. v.; 

v.. A'lu] p..-n ., , who '.'..n; 1.1 'ne 

I ,it \i o - .stuhhlelie.d Ml",'!' an,i (ii-,'iv- 

; .a:, i la ■'''•'>' 'he , ,"au .1. 


1 ».^sro> 


SCOTGH-pi&KY 

VeryUghti^yliixurious 


- ! Blerded S. Bottled by Rotr-'tM;Nch&Cc Vi G'asgow.S'.o.tlsnJ 
8C Proof. Webster International Imports-Los Angelei'Sole Agenla 


P.ACEStTTKK — C^ cil Porrrson. petition chair- 
man of the.Cnmmiltre for the I'lth District F^^ecall. 
obtained his TOOth sipnafare from Mies Dolores • 
Perkins. Latest repirts are thut Peterson ha.'» now 
obtained close to lii'jO .s:.;nafii!>?s. (Charles Williams* 


Gus Hall Meeting 
On Fri. Cancelled 


Polio Immunization 

\'! Mrirknam .Junior Hicrh 
pori:!s 'wll I'p required 
jii't'if ' [ poiM imuiuni- 


n,'u.'.n la re, adi ("■■unoiirnan .loe- ( 
[oihn/.w .ru! , ■ ' 

\V,!h tiie .a.-.-,!--' ini e of 'he .| 
Fentie^- Pip--, ard ttie ( i i|,ten (,* 
.-^ta!e Muiu.d Lile Insurancp ;' 
Co.i.p.iny, 'he r.immttee has }( 
mailed aiHlO invi'ations 1,1 friends ',) 
al! over die . ity a-id county. Al-.i: 
reariv the resfvrfisp to the in-ij';) 
vita.tions h,)s lie.en fernfi'-. ar- ',' 
.-o: (!in;Z to Chan man 1-; 1 >a 1 s J;. 
P'.vis. wha 's ahlv assi-'pd 
ro-i iiairnien I'rsula Murrril and 
Rptivp Scott. 


-Str-^r;^ ;=:^^ 


ON tIME-WITH K-TIME! 


Sounds of Progress 


1 -r 

1:. .n -'rr.P'i.:;e durir^: the sp- 

-..-'-•tr. Print ip.l J. C. Stone 


DlJP ^O -pf- -a r'"o''e' .S r 

yond his eon-;-,.;, t , ,- ]. d! w 

was scheduted to -pnaK lieie .r.C/Uin a ,1 th'- vv.>ek 

i.n Friday, Feb. _ ^v.is (. mi- 

peiled to return ia,--.r. 

He therefore caneplied all of 
h:3 speaking ensaL'i-;ri«'r::> , ■:; mi,. 
West Coast. 


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4 — The California Eaqle Thursday, February 1, 1962 



Fire Chiefs Launch 
Full Scale Reforms 


California Eagle 

Loren Miller, Publisher 

The California Eagle stands for complete integration of Negroes 
info every phase of American life through the democratic processes. 

IVe iavor: -r.-j 

1 . FEPC on local, state and national levels 

2. Decent housing for all Americans. 

3. Representation in Government. 

4. Adequate old age pensions and social security. 

5. Collective bargaining rights for all workmen. 

6. Development and encouragement of Negro business. 

We oppose: 

^. Jim Crow in all forms. 

2. Communists and all other enemies of democracy. 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR OVER 81 YEARS 
2101 West Verrton, Corner of Van Ness AXminster 5-3135 


Deportmersf of Urban Affoirs 


President Keni^ily baLeJ a booby 
trap for the Rt-pubUean party when 
he coupled his r. 'quest for con- 
gressional approva! if a Depart- 
ment of Urban Af.:u.'-.s.in the cabi- 
net with the ;-;at 'r.^i ent thai he 
would appoint Dr. Robert C. Wt aver 
to the rositinn when it '.va? created. 

Republican mei^bo'^f; r^f the House 
Rules C o rn m i 1 1 ( '^ •'-ed already 
eanp;ed up with ?outh'rn Democrats 
to defeat the a^hrhv-' r.tion b'i! 
creatine t"o I'vb.''n Aff'irs -depart- 
^nient when t'^:' r'te^:'.ie!r. r-.ad ■ hi.s 
3ii:iou'ireni( :"it. Hov.\'\ii- th-.' presi- 
dent has created the po?'t!on by 
Rimply ir.nl'ius; it a oart of a :-eor- 
ganization bill which must now be 
approved, or disai-pr.ived, by a ma- 
jority vote in both housed. If either 
the Senate or theHou.-^edisap.proves 
the reorganization plan is lost. 

The Rep'ublicans aiv iiiipaled on 
the horns of a neat i'oiit;cal dilem- 
ma. If th.ey v^te again.--, eiiablish- 
ing the D-epartment of Urban Af- 
fairs they v.'ill come under fire on 
two fronts: from city dwellers who 
want su(;h a cabinet post and from 
Negroes who will regard a vste 


agauist the dcji.ti tnu .il as a m.Ii- 
again.--t put'.ing a .\egr.) m ihr cabi- 
net. If thev vile f ^r 'he measure 
thev will offend the s.^uthitn mem- 
h:Ts of the C'.a'it.'wii :mu1 thus eii- 
dan;_vi' the all':!:u'e tii.it giv<\^ them 
a Ir'ge voice in national aff.'irs. 

On thi' merit--, ti"-' Kenn-dy prn- 
oos il is a sound < -■'. Tinis is an m- 
iCLsinglv ur'c::n !!..ticn \'. ' h ir;' st 
Arc-'rican'" li\'i!y'' in ii'i"s ;"id v.ith 
^he rtLTiher i'M'i'asi'ig e\\t\' i,'.,t\'. 
i'he U' -r' fiir r'V.i('P:d r. nr, ;ri \v 'ii 
I'tb,",); a'l'aus is r'l.r. a"l i !■ .;r. 'I'i e 
federal c'over]i::'' Mit cannot afl^rd lo 
ne'-'ect the problem. ' 

Negroes. ti:o. an-^ !!:.i\-iiiq ntv- 
ward and their pixjb!' nis ,i> ciiv 
Iwellers are coinii ur It'i-! )-,-. ra.i i:d 
involvements. The ne< d f.ir f''d ral 
assistance in s-. I'.rtion (_if uriiaii junb- 
It'n:s 's llui.s do;. bled in th.i' c-.i ■ ■ ' 4' 
.Negroes. ' 

Negro \''ite^s >lM',!id ;nat:> '." ''■■.■■f' 
that they want b<ith par-ts ol \lf 
Kennedy iii'o^i'am: a I >i p-irfvi'iVi ■-• 
Uiban .Atf.'drs .iiid Dr. \\'f;!\'.i in 
the cabinet p^.sitlon wl. :i it is 
created. 


RecaH Victory in Sight 


\'ictory is in sight for the Recall 
Tommittee which is secl-cing to re- 
qui.'-e 10th District Tuuncilman Joe 
Holhngswoith to ktbmit his nua!;- 
fications f^r office to the jn ()['!e of 
ais c'istriet. r 

With more tiiiii f;\'p thousand 
names already .secured the CoiPiHit- 
tee is reasonably sure to get the ad- 
ditional twenty fiv.-^ htmdred .signa- 
tures that are neee.ssarv. When that 


is done a 
scheduled. 
In that- f 
loth Dist: 
ciiance to ^ 


recall chction will be 


ection 1 r.e j 

■t will ha\'i 

s.TV whetiu'i' 


■ Oir- 


ilr <■{ []u 
■ th.- r til St 
r-v r.i,* thev 


want Mr. Hollingswonh to ren>-e- 
pf.-nt them. 

Mr. Hoiling.sw(.)rth was rut in 
City 'Council by the V(jte of eight 
Gouncilmen who had no real con- 
cern with the problems of the dis- 
trict and who certainly turned deaf 
ears to the demands of the people 
who live there. 


!t IS appi'irent that it .Mr. Hol- 
lir^ "sv.'OT'th ha*^! subn-'*ti d Ms i.in- 
didacv to the rioile of tht.'_ l^^ii I i...<- 
trict he would not have rec-'ive.i a 
b.andful of v. Ic.-- H-- was ;'n un- 
known with an i;nt-'"w.sn .-i.ind nu 
inibiic is-uf'S. Sill''.' h:s :i; '-■ -itM .-lU 
Ivs career has b ' n i \'er\' b;' a-; un- 
■■^siir-'uishr ' ;ls .t w 's !?• r^jo hr yot 
ihr- .seat. He is .s'ill an unknown 
'.'. i''^ no clear stand on juibhe iss:ies. 

What th-.' people (T the 1"-Ji l.'is- 
i! '■.'■■. a'e aft'-'' k a v( ii e in lh,->>- 
'•wn rdt'ii!.-. \,'>- ihiuk ']:■•: its-"."- 
tiia" vi-'i-,-, , M :>, |iH! iiv wi; ii tii'- 
fvfjpli' ( f ol!^.-r rouncilni.'inu- ui-- 
friets. Then" is no rea.son whv thf'V 
shoukl be deiirived of the right to 
make their own choice. 

We hope that the Recall Commit - 
tee will meet with added success 
and that it will get the support it 
deserve."? from all of those every- 
where in the city who believe in 
democratic government. t ^_ 


The Right to Vote 


Senator Richard B. Russell of 
Georgia called a hurried meeting in 
his office. .'>enator John Stennis of 
Mississippi announced, thvi he had 
bei^n deer';>- wounded, .^'enalorial 
''liberals" of the stamp of Lister 
Flill and lohn Siwrknian of Ala- 
bama skulked along, namibling 
about -st-'tes riehts. 

.The cause of all of th>'> activity 
wa.s the introduction of a hill by 
Senator Mike Mansfield," Denio- 
rratic ir.aj.orlty leader, j.-roviding 
that no person who had a sixth 
grade education or its equivalent 
would be required to take a literacy 
test in ( rder to qualify lo vote in a 
fei.leral ef'ction. 

If passed the bill would toll the 
-^nd of southern laws Vihich rt'fnjire 
voters to read and interjrut druses 
of federal or state constituti-ms to 
the .satisfaction of state voting 
regist'^ars. Those regi.strars. seme of 


whom lack high school educations, 
have been known to turn down 
Negro registrants holding doctor of 
jih''oso'>hv d'^crrecs. 

;-'outhrrn s-'nalors v.lio oppose 
!h'> Mansfield bill are in bad faith. 
i:'-' that goes for the "''bera'.s" as 
'.v^ 11 z' ibc ?-ac" baiters. All of them 
-.'. ,int to rrtain the ine:'ent .southern 
svstern v.'hich thi-v knov,- to be d;^- 
'•rim.!natoi\- but which is responsi- 
bl." for their elections. 

The cry that the .Mansfield bill 
'.i unconstitutional won"t li'iid 
ivat^r. The 15th Amendn^'enti u;:s 
^dded to the Con.stitution in or !i r 
In prevent the '-'atcs fron^ 'I' nyirg 
the bal'.it to Iheir (itizens du th-' 
bP' -s ('^ color. 

Wi; h-!jf" ih-:t Hie admini.sti a'.ioii 
whu-h ()bvii)u.--lv insnii-r i the in'to- 
du.'tion of the .'^Tansfic'd bill will get 
squai'clv behind it and iigiit for I's 
passug''. 


Attorney General Mosk 


As far as Negro voters are con- 
cerned, the race for state attorney 
general is over. .*.tty. Ceneral Stan- 
ley Mosk has decided to seek re- 
election and he deserves and will get 
Negro votes fi'om every side of the 
political fence. 

Mr. Mosk set the style for his 
administration in the first part of 
his incumbency when he established 
a division of constitutional rights in 
the attorney general's office. He 
served notice that the division was 
to be more than a polite front when 
he named F'ranklin WiUiams to the 
newdy created position. 

When /vir. Williams resigned to 
work with the Peace Corps, Mr. 


Mosk replaced him. with Alty. 
Charles James of Stockton. Tiie 
constitutional rights divi.'^ion has 
played an active role in state af- 
fairs: rights of all minorities are 
moi'e .secure fur what it has done. 
On other issues affecting his of- 
fice, Ml'. Mosk has done an effective 
and workmanlike job. Hisop{x3ncntK 
arc going to be hard put to find 
camp'aign issues. The only question 
that faces the attorney general as 
far as Negroes are concerned is 
how large his majority is going to 
be ■ — and that will be determined 
only by how many Negroes go to 
the polls. 


Illli'i 


BATTLEAXE & BREAD | 

By Lester 6. Granger ||||||||inilllllllllllllllllil 


iililillll 


I'OI.ITICAI, SHOW 

! ^ iiriii ;hf loi ^{1 political p<it 
1 M'-'i^- i',-i>k'y _vshon I arrivpcl 
,1' \.'W (Jiic.-ins 111 Ix'Kin a so- 
;■ i -tcr'^i n\-i(lcnce here. TIip 
I ) -Mini r itjr finniaruN are a[v 
!■■ " !chinc fur such iifficps a.s 
M I'. M !>!-n li t .-Mtoi-ncy jinct 
( ' • . I hi!;mi irrnild rs ;iiui, as 
I .' • . : 1 kn -.^.>. u hen tlic w in- 
t,. 1 II I:;. 1 >( -iMrl-.i'ii' pi i:r.;i- 
i;- . . -.,i'ili-hc(i. Ih^.r.s ,t1I - 
1,':' ■, .■ i-r! t .r,\ ;il'>i<', 'Vhf I>- 
])..' ■; .1 'ii'p.'-i'i'iii :.■; in ill- rf 
111 ■ :• 1 \i'i . ;-,o. I 'I' til liKiint,-i;ii 
.1 : i:, v.-f ! ■!- r,;),-T-iIlMn in lln' 
i . : ,!'. ,1 .--.-. tv.:i. 

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;=...■•■ I II' M wn m.iyur.il ( .in- 
' i:-'ur ; n p.uiol tivi" 
I-:.'-'! • '1 c\t>iy .sl.iiioii 
-. . :-. ' 'pon riiil" l\is.s 
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mm' . A ■ fpw srnlirons i li.-lrac- 
ti'!« Ii. irked liy While ("iti/ens 
C'luni iN fl:!il <.|pntir 'ji'oujk 
th.-it niaruiHilalc ninh think'iiiL'. 
li.tve i;i/Uen a ir.ajurity of Uie 
\.ir:iiL'. public in >urh a hliinl 

f'„' of l.iei.st fe.ii- .-inil l:.ite l,h.-it 
iM«->' nii-.-isiire p\er> [hiliiii .i| 
(ie-.!~iiiii in teriiis i,( uhouier 
I!:i'\ '.sant tlieir (i.ui^litei'.-^ i-i 
pi: !'\ Ne- ',■'"■< ei • p. .\ h. ■; 

liM'v haven I -_-mI H Mj_-n'.'r- .-i--l 
.•iren't o\eii Ui:nkii;^ al.na' i;i'i- 
tii^t; iiMi'iieil. 

'i hei p IS a ffM- UP *"i :..ir,i. ler 

1 unriai.' lor i.ne of le..- otti. i-- 

Ciiv C-iiini li. I th;:'K xmim 

:s I ji 1 \ int; i.ii .t p ii ta ul II ly 

^1 111 illKMIS .\i'::i ilpM- 'li ' I 1 II- 

li.Mi:n. It IS s.v n.i i, ,,ji; \,,.i\ '..I't.i- 
..1 'lie si.\,ci ,,1 pe.ip!" \',hi> Ihi vi' 
;■ enJiiined her '" 'I'.e ii i> ln-i-n 
al)i<' ii^ re-ni'iiiiier In r r.,-ui,. 
'I'h.s !■-' a.; n >hi.ul I !" . fut- .the 
te'\ .s ii"! a pi ■^^•l^- hl\ ; ^i.e 
IS .ir!\-- tiu- \'Mi e iif p.,,, ,,t Vi;- 
le.i- u in Jp.e I leeji S.dlUl. Spe 
is .i.;eii! pr'iviicaii-ii'' f'-r li.'"" 
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...p i-lperaip .'■ I. •',ill>-frii'h'- 
e.'.eil ip-i' itures of .t sm lal \,t't'.- 

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^ '.',l;on 1 leari'.eii nfun ar!i\.-il 
it:.U sue had if ( tylv nanied 
-e. a.iin.; \\.th I'.jlpa J-kiiii iie 
:-i ! < ii..::-i-.<'Pan i' . v.-l], as 
p.ii' lit tile ■ I 'iiPinpiiiist ei)P- 
.-jiii.i \" a-niiiu- .\ jiiX'x m 
.\p:i.ii,T. I u.is .N'.-ir' li d - fill' 
1 v.iiuiiliil iir.e ipju_'iit she 
.'. >.: i ii.ive I .iri d .ind hmi- 

11. ''d ;■) he r ip.ked .ii rii.-;in- 
.;u.-!.-:d ei.,-7-.p,ii-,\ i "..is n.l 
.•.p..jseit as i.'Ki' 1 \'.')Uld have 
In-' .1. r i;- ill ! i-i .'Pi VI i: s I P i\e 
• •: L' 111 underst.pii in-.v the-p 
:.''iP s 'iM'r.e;- p'-^ i.Tdi'as 
-■ ■.(> P p puip-i-i- * 111 .;r:- 
[irerlattii s - an! hn-.v- d-ie.p ;,t 
Pl'ii the tl-i-;-.e--i..-.- k' iif -i;- 
li-'i pii d >! iTe 1 iLis •:. 

Ne\t \,\cek I'll {■' thes.-' pie. . ^ 

ii'^-i- ripr and slii.v \,<>-. d.iPL;e;- 

■ 'IS Ih.ey l)C.-0'np PI ;.!P wp'iii'. 


Loren Miller Soys 


I ■ ■ ; '.e t! .111 f i.p ! ! 
li'i- ■ ! -■ ■ NrcniPs and I waiilpd 
'<•! P .i'--e ''ic jv .:n! rh.it it s 
P'P'ii • !-'.■':■ '■ r a piiddl'' ela,<-s 
\.-_Ti' ■ L- ■-' T riiom in r^ fip'^t 

< :.i-s li'i'el u;) here than it is f'.r 
a vMi; l.::;.aii lo _ol acL-oniinoda- 


Letters to 
The Editor 


O'l. n I.--".r I'l Mr. I'm-tPr: 
'■ Oil l•-^ \\ . .'1 the rest of tlip 

">■ : - •■ -p'.'v when vni 

-. •- e :; : r' -d '■ I Pip Polii p 
I ' .- s. ,,... 1 ;.i I.) f.ii'h that 
'. a III es, 1.1 1- , „ ifi,> c'oinmis- 
s ■ ■■I'p'al slieimmen lhe oriiii- 
•• .1. .ilnwi l-M-.'.eeii thp Folire 

I ie:iaitmrnl .I'ld the Nej;ro com- 
■rii.iitv. uhii-h lias be<'ome ab- 
.s. il-itely rssenti.-il with the in- 
ere isins frpquency of arbitrary 
and capricious police violence. 

The Nes^-o community trusted 
the strong position you took 
against police \iolence. The 
Miivor felt that your krcnvledge 
of the situation would help alle- 
viate the problem. Therefore, 
hy your appointment we felt 
th.it eondition.s would be im- 

[U ACd 

I M'. >Tr. Piir'cr, up listen for 
\ii-ir Villi p nf piiitpst and we 
i.-i -IS.' sileni e, Inslead of in- 
r! I isi .) restiei I fur the civ il 
Ti.l'is if Nei^'iM's. the police 

II e lei-i-n'ly shoun greater 
il,-.e~P . I and u'.ler disrCi^ard 
' ii- i!a ir [iiiir^'ity. It has t;rown 
t 'he [i.p'.i \'.h(rp s ipie Net^ro 
r- /i-ps hi'.c lep a rcspiHisibil- 
p . ;.) II -I lie Ihe.r a.ssuci.ltcs 
{. n ar:i-sim_; officer.s. Thi.s 
ai lu'i Is niil apjii'ovcd by the 
Ne 'o ( ■i-nniuniiN : "it cannot be 
ii-i.pd p.. 'i. tiiit It IS undprstoo<1. 

". Iri' e-in vse tell UiP wife of 
?i l..iislia:,d Willi has been beaten 
liPi.pe; iii'illy le.' a policeman in 
p. lit nf her and his children" 
H .:■: I 'WO answer the indig- 
n I- I (ili/cns v^hPn Negi'o 

w : ■ e .suhiccted to strong- 

ai'ii ; .ciIkmIs of arrest, which 
ri far beyond the necessary 
f ne ' Hew do you explain the 
heatm;^' of handcuffed prisoners 
Iv sc\e;Ml officers -in a police 
s'-'iion.' 11 you have satisfac- 
liiv aiiswe-s to these qurslion":. 
(' iir.niissionpr Porter, please 
share them with us. 

1'hp .No'.-ro cornmimity should 
hi.p filth in the Poljep Dppart- 
nicpt risK ad ui the general fear 
that they ha\e; they s|-K)uld 
think of the police as their pro- 
tec'ois and not their per.secu- 
tiiis. Our community is in a 
131. i\e crisis. There is no neu- 
tral -round! 

We are listenine. Mr. Porter. 
Wl h j^reat e.xpcctation for the 
s iipp i.rthri^ht sUuid you took 
aL:ain,t police brutality prior lo 
>iiiir .ipry>intnient to the Pnlice 
C'liipp. . 'on. 

II. CLiVLDL HUDSON, D.D.S. 


u ir.s in iliird and !,:-|i r.i'p :■-,.- 
tels. Up rut me off w Ph the re- 
ip.;irk thai civil ri.-h's work h^d 
Ko',nie piim h drunk and tint I 
h-td a 1 hip on niy shoulder. 

I \e been loukin-,' for m> friend 
p\'iM' since Oorpp \Ve,i\(>r t^nt 
turned do'.VTi by a Hilton hiitcl 
in lloustiin and C.-iil !<iiu-;in was 
refused sei-\ i, c a' 'h.- Meniphis 
airpi'rti. Thoy'ip Irii'mis. or at 
leas' .'Vcquaintaiii es, nf our.s aiii 
I wanted to '_'el h.s version (,f 
whv they were rr fused ser\ :ce. 
I am sure tiiat l-x-ith of them 
wove polite and respectful w'lcn 
they iPfjuestcd service- and it 
wiiuldnl I p fap- to say "thry 
arcn'l ready." They are about 
.'IS ready as you c-in crt, Ixith 
from thp sianfifxiint of PchicatiDii 
ari-l aUainmeir 

V.liat inv friend d:rin ' tell niP 
abi'i' his tnp t.i Pip Stjuth and 
lhe fine treaimeiit he sot was 
that he was careful to stav- in 
his place. I know. I've been 
down in Dixie and as long as I 
hewed to the .southern line I got 
good treatment too. I kne'iv 
whpce the ceiling was and I 
didn't transgress it. What has 
happened in the past twenty 
years is that the South has en- 
larged "the place'" assigned to 
the NegTrt. His "place" now 
Includes the right to first class 
travel and to ordinary, accom- 
mixiations in a -ts.iit dc>es 
not include sta\, f first class 
hotels or tjettuiL; service in ex- 
clusive airport eating or drink- 
ing roon-is 

SAME nO.^T 

The trouble with Weaver and 
Row an was that each got out of 
"his place" and got slapped 
down for his effoi-ts. \ middle 
class Xcgro is siill just a Neg- 
ro, down South and up North, 
too, for that matter. As long as 
he stays in the place assigned 
to him he's a fine fellow. Il 
isn't his "place " to stay in 
Houston's Hotel Ishamrock or 
to buy a home in an exclusive 
subdivision in I^s Angeles or 
Chicago. 

The way I make it out is that 
as long as discrimination per- 
sists against any Negro all Neg- 
roes are in a bad fix. The mid- 
dle class Negro who thinks he 
can get first class treatment if 
he travels first class hasn't 
solved anything. He is subject 
to be downgraded by any clerk 
who gets the urge to do so. He's 
ready but the (lerk isn't. If 
you want njy opibion it is that the 
Negroes who aren't ready to ex- 
ercise their rights are those 
who go around yelling that other 
Negroes "aren't ready." 


Class Offered to 
Improve Reading 

.-\ class in Reading Improve- 
ment is being offered at Roose- 
\(^\X Adult .'School, 4.J0 So. Fick- 
ett street, this semester. It will 
nieet lin room A-.'iOJ on Wednes- 
day evenings from 6;30 to S;."}*! 
p.m. T 


iContlnude from Page P 
Rui'ed briefly in the. corridor 
w I'h a represpntative of the city 
,11 iriipy's offiec 

(<)v<;r.\ti i.ations! 

When ihey returned P'es. 
Kb. IP sl.Ueti : 

I ;enilemen, our recommen- 
dation lo the Commission >will 
be to give your program 100 
jiei- i-cnt suppfjft. Our congratu- 
l.i'ions '" 

The now policy was put into 
o[.. ration by the fire chiefs im- 
nii-diatply following the Jan. 11 
;ip'e|ing of the Fire Commis- 
sin'iers at which a series of 
rr ■ ominend.'itions _ i,n iiiiegra- 
ti' 'I were adi)[ited 

i he chiefs lejerieci the "per- 
il i sivc" mess, as prrtposed by 
'he t.'ommis.>ion, whereby t-v\o 
n. more men could form -an 
ip'-L'iated mess, with only one 
■ p-ss at ea( h statuin. Instead 
I !-!.>• told the men tliat all men 
". I. re required to loin the mi-ss. 
INTK.iJRATKn ASSKiN.MKNTS 

.\n\one who \\-ishc(l to nb- 
s: i.n. ihe\- I'll'i 'lie fireniiii, 
mil ' rei|iiisi peipiission in 
\\ri'!ng put later tiian .Ian. _■!. 
an.iinir Uiat all sM. h U-U-rs 
wniiii Ih' .-'. 1 ii'ini/ed carcfuliy 
t.i s, ,. 1: the e\' Usi's ,;.;(Mi vm'mj 
vaiid' 

liirv Ills. I s,,.,i they v.e.re i;> 
slnuiiii..' cumpleie integration iii 

ild l.s 1 .'PIP.eli's, i'lrllldillL; tirds 
apd Im lie's 

lie ri i-ommer.d.-iuons >■' tlie 

fp.' . hiefs . PI e afP-r -.' :i,!i' 
fpfP-ien 'ipti>ised 11 integratinn 
h.! 1 lieu ill d a series of m ks 
ir!i-"iin_'s I., pi,,; . pjxisit;,)^ p,, - 
I *. One -^iirh !iie.>':n',' was he'd 
-.11 I'.is id. na, PIP iiatilp '.\as i i- 
f'l: Pieil 

.s ii-..ni" < ie[ii ir'i- dly ( .lilei 
pp. II 1,1 •■■; i-n p' I'ser,' :j f"- .:: .i 

.'. lilll !ip-ih p. pe nf S 11 lely, 
TI:.-\ s.. ! 'h. \ .-'i«-)d for p\i-ir\- 
thiri.: Pie l-iii'i'iei-s sianri ini'. 
hi.' .1,1.. ,il"d lile 15.1 1 hc-i s 1: id 
In- I. '.Ill .-.Pi I'-s in a.lniiuin*.; 
i;r !.'-M|-!b'.^s 

I'-i V Wl lUf i d.i Pieir own 

s. .,n_' P". v ! e p o r t c d 1 y 

\s-.ite ( t.i see thill . adir.iss.nn 
wni,!l )»■ 1, Pilled I 1 jtlinse men 
vs h 1 are ' irp. ''{e. \\ 'litP, 

Prnic-'ant Ain' -j ' g 

.M the ret;uia, i- r.k rom.niis- 
si'in r'eeni..; ! 's- j7"h'ii>'ia\-, 
Al'>. M ii'tpi i-; \\hHan, will) 
lep.i spp's 'ill- i-'il e rtnd l-'iilli p 
P' I'll 'ikV I.ea:Pie t'li'Swhn said 
['■'■ \\ as r it iiptii ,:l Jl 4 ii^ 'lleli- 
n-'ui.d . s;>iiKi'sinan. linloiim 1 
p'l- ( "..ni'Pis-i.lin ih.it; the tiie 
c .1 !s were iii[)l fij!!nv,iiig liie 
-[Kiia v laid (iijiwii. tuit vvcie 
ordering all firieiiien to eat to- 
gel tier. 1 

He also rrPii. i^ed the wording 
of lhe Commission's resDlutions. 
s.iid Iheir meaning was un- 
clear and ottered to help re- 
(il ,'!f the direi 'ix es. 

1 lie .1 nmniiss.. 1.1(1 s a.:i-ecd 
wi'h Wnelan ih.at their direc- 
li\e> had no* lu-nvidi'd fnr i nn- 
pulsoiy a!teiidan.-e anheenL,uie 
lipiise .nicsses ard decided to 
lo-.k in!) the iiiailer. 

']"pe>- asked all assistant cltiefs 
to appe.-ir liefure the Persnnni'l 
('oininiliee the next day. 1' was 
then 'hat the rhiefs, together 
w Ph, .Area l"o-nrnanders, C!iu f 
Ch.iries \V. H.duiip and Chief 
M.ir\in y M"-id(ir, asked the 
Cii!rppiss|iiii lo ba|k the fa''- 
ip.-ji-i,ng poii'-ies aiteady pis'i- 
tU'ed. • 

Ch.efs n.ihme and Meador 
to!) the comirft'ee thai Chuf 
Miller in a cofnmand decisMn 
had stated tnat a unified and 
organized mess is essential 10 
go<)d morale, -j 

" What has kept integration 
from working in the past, they 
said, was that whenever a sta- 
tion was integrated the tele- 
phone would begin ringing with- 
in two hours and the men would 
be insulted and vilified. 

The half-way measures of the 
Commission, tl'te chiefs said, 
( . ' not be successful because 
\- two men would be par- 

tii .piting in a mess the other 
men in the station would be on 
the sidelines to point the finger 
at them, call them names, ridi- 
cule them and make life un- 
bearable. 

We cannot l)e satisfied, they 
continued, with an arraiii^eniprt 
where one man is in the tcxil 
shed heating his dinner with a 
blow torch while another man is 


in his truck heating his diijiner 
ov.pr a canille. 

The pat'ern mu.st be uniform, 
the chiefs insisted. A "mini- 
mum" poliry is no soluUon, 
they claimed. 

.-\rneti . llartstield. aPoipi-y 
who has represented the fire- 
men in the battle lor inte^-ra- 
lion of the Fire Department,, 
t -|d the l-;.igle that it looks as 
if "we ha\e' no more pinli- 
lems." 

He said that the firemen In 
the stations are at jircsont pai- 
tu-ipaling in a unified mess and 
.tn.'it there has been a liParicn- 
in:: absence of unr)l."'asan'i-H- -..s. 


Skilled Jobs 
Available at 
Aircraft Co. 

iContijiude fpiin Pa.ie ^• 
lev Hra/ier. pxf;cuiive sc, ; e- 

t p-\- ii! liie 1 'i Irpi l.(-i. ,. ...: i 
lias lone beei-i -.■. a ■iivj a -'ii-'.,- 
nus ballle I.J i: t jnljs '. •■: .'..- 
g'-'fS • 

sormsTK \Ti:i> 

■^ .i-nj e'-:j)hasis , ,n tiie p.". I ' . •, 
SKUl and training was iiiic in 
p irt. to the fat t iiiat the li ..'hcs' 
p'an's are de\-ote!i largely ! ■ ic- 
si-anh and de\plopnient irsiip. 1 
!.;■ mass produc-lion. They- rnaiM- 
liirture sui-h .cophistiiated [irnd- 
ii ts as Sur\e,\-or spai eerait, 
i-i-p.scan- i.-idar, s\-nc)-.ninniis 
( iirpmunp'alion satellites .pid 
1 .n engines, and cla.m ih ■■ 
t'om their research centers .pi i 
eiigineeriiii; lidxirainries ha\e 
(lime "eMi'ic devclopnier'.s 
pressing jiast fpp frontip.-s of 
s. ienr e 

In nrder 'o 8id prripiisir.-.; 
\' oi'kers. ; the i-'i:nnan\ has 
established foii'1'.i.shiiis fnr nijis- 
ters and doctors ripuTees n'ni 
!:-!S rei-ep.'ly initiaP.i.J aii:;.in- 
i.'-pntii-PMiip proi-'rapp Of so:*'? 
'?.'\{) canriiiates, '^2 were i-ii. .'sr-,n, 
f 'Ur of \^.hom are Neirrnes. ' , 
2 TO ,3 I'KK ( K.NT 

This ratio seeips to .p.e cip- 
siderahly i-iit;her than tlie pics- 
cnt ratio of Negro eniploves 
aip.p : 'he cnp-;;,an\ s T^ ''"'i 
r ir-kers ! he •-. ip-.pi.i.y d .i p. .; 
y :■:• nil* I ' i-r.pi: .iP-. e f'-.--'p-.'s 
1 :' .-^n eipirated j-tss; -i.:-,.! 
[li I 'C tiie pcVcenPa-e b(•'\^J-ep J 
;p d I! per ( en'. 

Kemp! s'ri'sseii. r ;\'M-'- 
ti'.-it ipi"-p Is r-o sf._-.-p. pi, ,!i . ■• 
aijv ki;-..i 111 Pie pl.ir' .■.■^.■i i.-r> 
li.'.r t'l -pK n'X' ir.i ::, i'. c ■ i i , • 
- and ppxiuted rcnrds to jirnve 
his nnipp 


'.on: 


p -isiti.TP 


h- 


d ! V Ne- 


Voodoo Killer 

Goes On Trial, 

it 

Denies Guilt 


(Continued from Page 1.1 
tip-, \n.lie Il.-p-drick. had come 
' I 'i'p i-hurch. 

Til, it ^'.^s some ..seven months 
before the shoot inp .Riley re- 
p(irtpdl,\- believed his wife had 
-k-'t town, but foi'md that she 
\' as sPl! here ,1)^d 'was still 
seeing Hardrirk, though - both 
had long s;p.< o se.ered their 
epp.neclion with Hp^ P'-octfessive 
r.ppt'st Chiireh. ■ ■ ~^ 

I'.ilcv pI'iIpis .'i-c-ord'ag <6 
A*-v Hoot 't'l.i' P .<'i Hardrick ' 
ap,.i Mrs. R lc>' h.i 1 t!i'-p,-^iened 
■ I p;;' a he.x oi-i b -i and had 
p -i 'f. mention fjf p' -spip ' 

Me also claim.s that a niinis- . 
ti-i- '■.-.arni'd him n it If) accent 
' .:■'] or drup,s fr ipi his ex^uife 
c- llirdri'k tiC: pwi^ the>' prac- 
; .-"d \t,<y''Y> and ',\-e;-? romg 

• I p.sp il tn k"eti hini a'.v.'iv. 
T'l co'in'er the lurse that wis 

<: p-.rnunding limp Riley hNo 
f\<>ir-r\ til \oodnoicn-i Hp called 
■-1 IP P •p-'ps' p, Ir-. Ivi'p.e ,1; 1-11 
V.' ■ i.T'h -tree!, .-pp i c-ivp-hiiii' 
■: '.e if "\!is P.l'ey's cloines 
^ •' i'l'i >"t hell ;- 1 when sl.e 
-• '' p.- -teri from h.'-'P 

■ . ,. J, . : ,. ^ • ..,. ipk'ei t-.i# . 
r 'hes \i. ph yvwet fill .p-.^w-d^-'rs. 
He '.\-il''ed, sopie of t'ne powder* 

• Il "\n dir r. The rJi'S lasted for 
PiM'p liiixs, T^ien tlie priest snrf 
'I'.il. y l.urie'i ihp voodooed 

1 '. --i-.es ir ^le rroiind. 

J'..'.c\\ Wry. Roi-it claims, be- 
bevi-d ihar these other-worid in- 
.'Ipepres would f iiur^tpr the evil 
.siied Mi's P.ilry had cast on 
hiP-i and \Vou!d brin^ her c'oser 
lo hiin. 

I'p '.I.PII' 'o sPe her, hut shs 
p :e-,'ene.i KiP! and withdrew, 
}-: iny el.a,p- = 

'Pien he rillf d ill another vc*-^ 
d>i ar'-st le;' iusp he believed 
li" needed •-•r-inci'- powders t) 
o\-eri ori-ie Irs w-jp-'s hiack m.ag- ■ 
if. .siiirPv thei-e.ifPT he heeame 
sn pnncp--. -si Pi--t hp began to 
d' ■ -I Ti-"n he s-.^-aijowed a 
' : ■ n: ' i.io drug, 

.' -ic (.-i the morning rf 
.\ ." ' Tl-.p 1^! p-.t told him his 
wife v.n'',:i cop-p back to-him if < 
he '.v >p,; '. r.i to her house. 

Ji*i.. p - . i -,1 the 4nrd' \ 

s'v-p. . .,;,.),, .^c r.; I,,,,, i.t^jime l-,i« 
•.\ip-' r -"p --. t ap-l becan to 
s'-i'a'-, !-' 1 p. ^ "-sp itim atvi 
1 , 'I. i : '' ! • !■• ; le inou.frit s!'.» 
1 1 . i 1 ' a ■ . ' . ' 

■ le •■ 1. k .. p' '- .s . A n CPU at- i 

. -p- ■ -.'. -I .- I i - .\ -li pp] t ' PiP- 
L--''i! : .'p' i he :•'.'• ivit -) his c;"- 
p'pl IP \i- H'.' ", .'-'ip.i: 'i\' hefea'P 
p .nil !-•-' V aike 1 I." 1 ' -.v >.'>.',-ert 
•J-rei'i p.,ap' .sp.p.in ani toM ' 


Reverse Twisf 

K^)ntinued from Page H 
nciuhborboods where I live. .\ 
few Xegroes move in and it 
become^ harder and harder lo 
.sell to whites " 

I.IKE IT INTEfiR.ATF.n 

Residents of the neighborhood 
protest that they have no ani- 
mosity toward Vaught and that 
their sole concern is to see to 
it that there remains an inte- 
grated neighborhood. They see 
the threat of another ghetto un- 
less sales to Negroes are halted. 

Vaught won't listen to the ar- 
guments. He filed suit for dam- 
ages and for an In.junction and 
to compel the sale of the house 
to him. He says he won't set- 
tle for anything less than the 
full measure of his constitutional 
right to buy any home he 
chooses. 

The local NAACP, composed 
of Ix^th whites and Negroes, has 
not taken any official stand but 
it is linderstood to be ranged 
on the side of the protesting 
neighlx)i-s. .\t the eourt bearing 
its law.vers urged th.'it th.e 
inatlcr be turned over lo the 
slates civil rights con-Riiission, 


griH>s -aie an e'erirnnn-s ;•■.■> 

pippin, cnmponan's dpsi.,n spe- 

• Mils', ent;;nee' s, en-.-ipperiPC: 

*- -i . ,.. 

siii)er.\ is. ir. lesearin ass.s,.,:.,. 

and n-ier.iUp-s nf pie fiipi < te. p- 
iiii 111 .st.il'', w iiii s:P:i.r: 's \ -)•-;- 
oiisly !is!cd as S'liJ a ■'. - i k. ' 
S.'iU, Sli.")-' SJll. M'iNl ani pp to 
S.'.TT a wi'i k. -~f 

KKV ,)or.s / 

One nieipber nf ine tc 'uni 'i,I 
stiilf PS .Myra WiU'.rd a ui.id-j- 
a:e eheniis;, wiio is condiu-'in:; 
s'liiiies nil ma-.eri.ils and i pp- 
poneji's lor the S:irve,\.)i- spare- 
i-raf' wlii'-h IS dpsiirned n bind 
'on tiie npKiii 

Otiier eirp!o,\es a^e .sipppey 
T. l-;dmnnds. an en.:Piei pip.; 
V, titip- xi. ho super' i-^i-.s lhe prep- 
ar.ation of hip-'p.A tPchpn- d 
Kioks and manards; Leonard 
\\\ Massey, an clettrical engi- 
neer who helped dpsign an alr- 
Kime computer: Theodore F. 
Davis, a special project tech- 
nical director; 

Kenneth C. Kelly, head of the 
development section of the an- 
tenna department; Mary R. 
Lampkin, a mathematician who 
combines her work at Hughes 
ivdth evening courses in mathe- 
matics ; and Maurice "Tex" 
Jones, head o"f the design engi- 
''neering section of the aerospace 
group. 

NEW poLirv 

In 19-44-, llusht-s Airera'ft had 
only at-xHit 300 workers, ijnd at 
that time tew Negrtx>s wore em- 
ployed alx>ve the position of 
janitor, h-i 19.51 the company 
officially adopied a i; in-dis- 
criminatory policy, b.ut !i! was 
apparently a passive i rather 
than an active policy. 
,» Hyland said that the company 
had a policy of hiring qualified 
persons who applied for work 
regardless Of i race, creed - or 
color, but added that "wo had 
not pursued minority people; in 
the past we have not gone out 
after them for work in our 
plants." 

Following the impetus given 
by P!cs. Kennedy io the work 
of the President's Committee on 
(Jovernment Contracts, lhe 
company has paid increasing at- 
tention to the possibilities of 
hirin.g Ne.groes and members of 
other minority groups. Hyland 
said. The passive acceptance of 
Negro applicants, he empha- 
sized, has given way to a poluy 
of actively searching for com- 
petent workers among tiie mi- 
nority groups. , 

I 

"Of all knowledge tHe wise 
and good seek most to know- 
themselves." 

—William Shakespeare 


W ifp shot. 


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p'p.'--ps to t?k'?i li^-islatixp »e- 
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Ir 1: s <;-;p,- .- • t,.^p Tnion ad- 
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t-.p, i 1 ,r ^p'^n p<si in-d npprov- 
id nf I'-eapp-f s tint would strike 
at \-o'. I- disqpalifi'-ati'in. South- 
ern senap.ps -at orce atinourced 
s'ronc:' ohjertions to the Mans- 
tieli biil. They accused tht 
president of yielding to "Repub- 
lican pressure. ' 

Some observers sadd that 
chances of passage of th« bill 
are uncertain because Senat* 
rules still permit a filibuster. 
They said that the first move to 
seeuve adequate civil rights 
laws must be taken through 
amendment of Senate rules. 

.Administration supporters 'said. 
tbip bill Ins a ^ «>d' chance of 
sii-'i 1 ss beeaipe -.-f the support 
It w;ri -jet from northern Demo- 
u.its and Republicans in an 
elci tii-n vear. 

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Jhursday, Feb. 1, 1962 
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PLAN CELEBR.\T10N — The plan- 
ning Commission of the Pasiulcna .A.-^- 
8ociation for the study of Xegro Life 
and History and the Southern Cahfor- 
nia History Association, is shown with 
the guest speaker for the Sunday, Feb. 
11. 25th anniversary of the group. The 
celebration^ will bo held at the Pasa- 
dena Westminster Presbyterian 
Church, 1757 N. Lake avenue at "'> p.m. 


Rev. Max M. Morrison v/ill bo host pas- 
tor, Otis L. Neal is chairman. F'rom 
left: Mrs. Frank Cowgill, commission 
secretary; Richard M. Nixon, guest 
srcakcr; Mamie G. Lewis, correspond- 
ing secretary; Augu.'^ta Clover and 
Rev. George R. Carner, IH, organizer. 
Front: Mrs. Valley Knud.sen, eoriimis- 
sion chairman; and Walter W. Jack- 
.son. chairman' of I'lstrict Research. 


-SANTA-1 

MONICA 

NEWS 


AME Zodiac Tea to he Varied 
Community Project Sunday 

The St, Matthews Hub. of Fi:st A.ME Church, "will 
sponsor a Zodiac Tea; from 3-6 p.m. on .'^undav, Feb. 11, 
at the Wilfandell Qub, 3425 W. Adanis blvd. " 

Rev. H. H. Brookins, minister of the church and Cor- 
dia M. Raggs with Octavia Fair in charge of arrange- ' 
merits, has announced that sf^\- ""' '' ' .- 1 A WOmanless Wediiirm ' uill 

eral organizatinns v.iU partici- St. .Andrew. s Baptist Church;, be firesented at the Calvary 
pate In the event. They are- Cora jjhr.:.m Circle of thel'-'^""''"' f^'i'^^'y- f'^^- 2. 8 p ni 
Kgyptian Court No. Five: liio ,^.,,,^,^^., _^.,^,p,^. ,^f chnstiani * ' ' 

Tuskgee -Mumni Club; Geise- ., « ,, ', ,, , , ' -^I'' and Mrs Charles Turner, 
mane Baptist Choir; Y,a.n. -'"^"- !"n':lt.n Moihixhs. _,f ,^,^ ^^^^.,,^.^ ^^^,_.^^ ,.,__ ^^^.^.^._ 

Women and Matrons Clu') <,n">'U'' 'i '''"^ ' t''-^ H'iby Contest c^^i h.)Us<-.:uP.Ms of liu-ir ^rand- 

St. Reed Bap'isl ChiTch. j'\)up o: ;!•,'' .1. i-i, ?;d\\ards i • :en;^. Mr, and Mrs, I-', i,',. 

The Get .-\c -.uainipd Club .! I'h.i:-- .f F. >i .\"'K >;Mii.surui.i,' -'^'''■" Turner is a m'lsic lea. hl-r 

First Church: Xaomi Circi;- pf!'..nia ,M -i- .hith^ n at ( ; ..'y.pt-; s Hi ■■! .srh.i, 1 a:'d His 

5 ■, Wa-nu; In \ k:i.''iitaiy .■^ciui.il 

"^0 called /J^UfiiUOrif ^a^l^,,* { ..' !;,,., \^-u the Calva'ry" .senior 


Church News 

BARBARA MOUNTS, CHURCH EDITOR 

February Skies Tell 
Of New Dispensation 

i 

By BARB.\R.\ MOl NTS 

"Now there was a day when the sons of Cod came 
to pres(>nt them.selves beffire the Lord, and Satan came 
also among them." Job 1 :6. 

I When the birth of the ChrLst was about to take 
place, there came a sign in the heavens, the Star of 
Rpthlphem. whi.h alertfil the " ^ 

uise- Today iho heavens forleli; Venus and Meicury and .Ttipi- 
the i;lory of C...d and those who i.-.r all wiihin a tow (let;.ecs of 
can read the siyas ofi the ^,.,^j, ^,„,p^ y^^^^^ ,,^ ^-.^^ 
heavens are av\ ire of thp as- 

tr.ili.mcal cnlcrenie of pfanets ^"'"•"O- IT 3.a and .lupiter 

juhich will take place oiV Feb. '^^■-^- Saturn and Mars also ap- 

4-."). / n^ar but in far less deLxree. 

BF;NKI-'ICS I They are ...ut uf the orb o[ the 

The sol.ir ellipse vMly be in others 
the sign of Aquarius. thi-Zsign ofi .\S .ABOVK. BKIX)W 

.iliniism. universality ^nd hu- What it will mean \n mankind, 
manitarianism. It is also the nnly I;nie will lell. This is a 
■;i;^m whuh pre.-iics over the ume for suul seaichint;. Hi)w 
House <if Kri>-nds .'spaceman far h.ive vve advanced in virtue. 
Glenn < hose 'Friendship" as a nimal intOK'nly and ethii-s;" It 
name for bis . r.ill. a,is Willi.am Ciillon Rrvant who 

The ellipse plai cs ihe .Sunwri<te: 'Hippv fhey tiorn at 
Old the M'H.n in 1.") 47 A'luanus ibis b"ur, !.•■.■ ihey sb.ill see an 
iii.t 'he r:!ist iiil.T''stinj; and a.,'e wbit.'r .iiid Imlier than the 
sitznificant :>-r,\ ilaiost iiver- pa-t. .and :;>i lale t.) tbiir 
.Khelmin^ m ! unprecedenJed .Tav.-s. .Mfii shall wear sutler 
ip[>earani e i.f tne t¥»nefic heir's, and shudder at the 
planets brought totrether in the buti heries uf war, as now at 
sign of .Aquaiius at this time, other muideis." 



Thursdov, February 1, 1962 ■ The California Eagle — 5 

-%,^i 12 Pastors to Participate in 
n Miracle Baptist Installations 

Installation services of the Rev. Lionel J, Adams, 
•^astor of the Miiaele Bapti-'^t Church. Centra! avenue, at 
'Itli street, beginning Sunday afternoon, Feb. 4th at 3 
D.m. 

Prominent pa.^tors of the city and their congrega- 
'ioiis \\ill p.iriicipate in tiic 


HO.MK .Mrs. Anne I.. ■'<•■ ■, 
motlier (>[ .Mai> Ibncs. s):) ,s 
.Manhallail pl.ne. li.;s icli;ii:rd 
hi'iiie trii.n 1,|I.it: i. .■,hi'!i' 
stir sci'M-d as till' li.re. i.ir iif 
I ih.e Harri't Tu'iii: an '. Iioul 
(or I'nderpiav'il' "cd CliiMit'i. 
i."^!!)! V next -.vi'i K I 


rvices as foii^ws- sn.d'-.-l Hcmilf-Qn Choi'r 

MerniKin .at ?, p m , i;ev W, I. i . 
'".(.hinson. pa':Mi-ul theFai::i:a! R »>of ll^rk/%/>i4 
Central Haptist O.urch; M,.n- ll>» 0» nernOOO 

riav. Feb ,a .at 7:,',0 p.m.. Rev k i • I C m. 

':■■ V. Hill, paMor of the Mt, fViusicai jer 

;<io,n Raptist Churcli: Tii.';fia\ ,, 

Fob, t; at -:M) pm,. Rev. !■., .\, .."''""^ '''""' ^'f^"!'"'' -* Ci, irch, 
,\nde!s.)n. i!,.-to;- .if thp aIc-C ,v '■■■■■^ •'^ FiLaieroji street, will 
M e m fi r i a 1 Hapiist Chur. Ii: oj»on - its Rro'liei hoinl month 
\Vedn,.-d.v. Fe!,. 7 at 7 ,:;(! pm , ;„;„,,),.s next Sundav Rev T 
Itev, .S.O.I. I.\aiis, i(,isi,,r .,1 thi' v i>,.,„.ot, i, „ n ' ',, ' 

,,.,. I „ i> . , , ,-1 1 , ■ '■'"-■-f^", ,1) . will r,i,pn the 

.;''^'' "",'-'■,"'"' '.'"''■^''' ■•"''. .hi.hr,,,. on ^^;th a sern-on on 
:;7 V. 'V '"'V'"- '";'■"" '' ■■^■'"■^^'^~ n,.ht on Rac:al Is- 
;;,,,,■ ' '"'"-\ ''"'-'sues" at both the « ,M 10,45 


a,;T. services. 
S .at 7 ::>tl .J •? or 
Rev , }-:ar! C. i ' ,ii,in. p.i.-',.r <,| 



. . . we s~ail ai.'.ays he ^,'3'r' .' 
tincfion for cjr beloved — ard th' 


■ 3 ■_■ I 

I 

; ', L-.'e r* d-s- 5 
was re-5i'- 'jfcie." *, 

V.'ith the Fioest', ' '''"■'■ 


Progressive Baptists 
Convene in Chicago 

An imposing group of speakers was scheduled to 
speak at the first meeting of the new Progressive Ba{> 
tist Convention of .America. Inc. which was o()ened by 
Kev. Timothy .M. Chambers at the Tab.'rnacle Bapti.st 
Church in Chicago, the first of the week. Rtv. Chambers 
is p.i-iwi ,1 /,.,,.) H,;i l'„iptisi 

Church ministrali^.n hv ':,.■ i,';i. lals ,,| 

th.e Nati.inal ■!;i['U~i t • .in < ruu.ii 
"f .\m.en. a. In. . 

T!>.' (ii -puted ;'."~.'i( a. \ of 
'he !i\c ii.ii;i..n :: .-ndi. ;■ t;: >up 
re.a. bed its ilima\ w!;en on<' 
mini^t.'i- fell to h'S death f:.i;n 



''""^''■"' '''"■ \"\r[ At ,^,n pm, the Hamilton 

tiK.I.h:c,-:vHap„.tChurdiyan'ir"7'"' '^'^'^ -f P'-^'^nt its 
Rev. 1.. M Oiri.s .Ir ,,,s,.,, '""■^' "'^^'* •'' '^^ "^'^ ^-^r. It will 
• f th... G.vat Ihpp i;api,.t ■'■■'""■'' "'^ Siinshine G.-snei 
..■bur, h: Fruiav. F. b. P at 7 Gn •'''"'^''''■' '""^ ^^f~^'- -^ Fdmonds 
;m;i , R.^v. .h',.- I; Ha,dw„k ''"'' ^•'■' -^^^ ^^'ijiGV a.id Rich- 
pasl.ir o! tlie I'r.iiscs uf Z:on '"''^ "^pearman. V\\e Chur. h of 
i'.apiist Cimi-. h. and I'.-v. I), ''"■'''■■' ''luidan. e Choi;- and the 
W. R.radley. p.astor ,,f the Cm ,i] '•" i^'hv, ,-!y Baptist Cburch will 
Haplist Chun.-h. .s",:r. Po.lr.i, ioiii* Han-il'on's ::roup in the 

On ,^iinda>. F.b II at II a,'m h''" -'■am A., .jrdin:; t., Mrs. 
Dr. Iloiace N. Mavs. .'^■ate 1ji- ''^ss.e .Map Chav- and i'.ichard 
•eci.]!- (if Christian l-.ducatiun ol '"'■''""'■ ''■" ' h.ii'r has planned 
t!ie UV'stern R,aptist .^late Con--'"" refreshmfnts folL.AMng- Jhe 
vention, will be the ;;uest spcaK- pr'"-enl3ti.->n. 
'?'■■ At 7 p.m. tjie Youih of the' 
Church will share in the sub- 

"Csefulness is doincr ri.;lit!y district fellowship rally at Wil- 
hi' yourself an.l others." shire Methodist Church at T^ly- 

f" - Man.' Baker Eddy mouth and WiLshiro blvd. 


Dr 


Louis Rav. IPS, h.iSt pas- 
tor, jssu.'.l a ^' iN'nien" '. iji 
\\ c. K -'a';n.: tb.i' th.e . .ixan./.i- 
ti.m vvas t'jnr.e i bv- thos,- min- 
st»J' s 111 tiie d'^"..i:u;nation who 
~ -iil;'.' a fair dea 


FUNERAL Dl.RECTORS- Serv.ng iA! 

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BETHEL A.M F, C X'^.CH 

1511 W. 36th Street Dr. Fred E Stephens, 

Dr. Fred E. Steohens Preach!na 

8;00 A.M. — •■Rock, Re=:je, R:f)ge" 

11:00 A.M. —"When Life Is f'icult" 

WED. 8:00 P.M.-M1D-V>/EEK SEkVICE 

Minister 


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SECOND FREE METHODIST CHURCH 

(CORNER OF 54TH AND CItVIARRON) 
Rev. Gerald Mikels, Pastor 

Sunday School lOaTi, church Services,. '1a,rn. 

1 Hour Sunday Evening Worship 7 to 8 p.ni Prayer 

Meetings Every Wednesday Evening — 7 "0 p.m. 
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO WORSHIP WITH US 


REV. MADAME 

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'I'w am .lani ,' 1! -li Sch.Kil 
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The .Mil n .Ma.ntenan. e Com- 
;. ..y recently n. ived into hhkI- 
."■n new quarters at 404-ti;t) Pico 
Kvid, The cimpanv. i un by 
I-loyd C Allen, his l;een at the 
same .Santa Moni. ;i lo.ation for 
14 \cais ai^l has serve.! the 
community witii a v:iiietv of 
exfierf .serv i. es 


Mahaiia Set 
For TV Series 


NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH 

47th PLACE AND SAN PEDRO STREET 

THB CHURCH IS THE MOTHER OF DEMOCRACY 

Rev. H. Mansfield Collins, Minister 

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 


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HOOPER AVENUE 4 | | GOSPEL CHURCH 

1318 E. Vernon Avenue 

Weekday Services Tuesday and Thursday at 7,-30 P.M. 

Sunday School 9:30 AM Preaching at 11 A.M. and 745 P M. 

Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Toliver, Ministers PL 1-6907 

BibI* School open to all 4 nights a week — Rev. Pearl Toliver, Dean 


r:i'i.'n ..f It- l.'nii an- 
.ary, laoadwav r'.-der.il 
;s and I..<»an A.ss.n latinn .s 
jrin:; the I.os .\nL'cles itc- 

l)Ut of a n',-w telev.sii.n series 
Mahaln .lacksi.n ."sinL's " This 

proijram premieres this rumin-.; 

Mociiav, Feb, 5. on KTLA. Ch. 

.') at 11 p in continuing; everv- 

.'.e.-kday ni-iht, Monday througn 

Fridav, 


Louisiono, 
Texas Rally 
Set at McCoy 

,\ Te\;i< an. I I/in- ma st itr 
R.illv \ki!l <lin,a\ s .,-a,;jy fvh 
1 at 1 ".a p m, ,•• ".!, ("..> M. n!i-«ri- 
il Hap'isi (•}; lu h, H.'v Y:_ A 
And.n-sin. n-,,Misfer .*IJ I . 4tith 
street. .Mis. F.utli \V,ishmi;ton is 
.■apt.ain f r Tc\ is. and M;-s. Is- 
abcU Winston is the cnplain for 
Louisiana 

The program f.ir the i-l.tsinc: of 
the .'sia'e rally will be a cues: 
artist m.iisical Those partiii- 
natinc are Bui'll Thomas. 1.. C 
Perkins, ^r^s. f'.i'h Paillet, and 
Mrs. Maude limes of I.os -An- 
_''\es: R bort I.eake of Santa 
Molina, Mrs, |),.ia li.-.ks ot 
Monrovia: Mrs h'hel H')iistf,n 
uvl Miss Lore'- 1 Thomps,.n ol 
Pasadena 

Pie Bap'.st Tra.i.in.: rfa.>n 
'>f .McCov. p\f^.<^i 's all Texas and 
I,.>uisiana friends and clubs to 
'-e tlieir 7\'^~'- 


m the a. I- , , , 

the pla'airm diirnii; a . .nven- 

iioii metcc at Kaiisa.s ('iiv list 

■- e;,:- II-- .1 H .lai ks.in. su.- 

.esstuily hfiii his I iaim I.> the 

;iiesi.!en.> t'ir..ofha VuiicNs^e. 

.A- 1 ••..■ -:.. .ik.Ts -::,!,■, i>, 
a[ipi II a' i:i" ...nvcn'ion w.re 
Kc, M 11 1 : 1 I.iithir Kiiu: and 
Roy \'.ilk:':- Mr, I'.eni.imin Pi. 
M .'\s iini I .1 , Wi'Pi.iin i; ,i,i. 1-, 
l'..v. V. -U I'.inif'ls ami Rev 
.S. .\f Wei^r '" 

A'si. Rev. W .M, Hailcy. H.'V. 
.s .-x ,I,i-ie~, Mrs lidna M iten. 
Dr. .1. T. Willianib and ininv 
oihc .s. 

The business of completing 
the "r.;ani/ational structure with 
ihe c!ci lion of officers which 
were not drafted at the .Nov. 
l.'i iiiet^tmi,' at Cincinnati. 


NAACP Meeting Set 

'I::,- '.'i :::;: ■ ''■'\r.^ ■ < 'he 
.Santa Mm .-.i-X'eni. e N,\M'P 
will be ii<^ld <in Thursdav , I-eo 
S at S p n. at the New H. 'hel 
Baptist Chun h. '>'.'' '.■'.•■<'ik< av- 
eniK'. .\ s"'i"nil mrp'in^' w.M br 
held I'll F. W F) wi'h M.i.v.ii- 
Mci'arthy is 'he i^uist spe.iker 
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Eider J. E. Steward 

The St. Joseph Gospel Temple 
Church of God in Christ. The 
place where toulf are bles»> 
ed. Good Singing and preach- 
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signs of the Judgement. 
Everyone it invited 

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Science Shrinks Piles 
New Way Without Surgery 
Stops Itch— Relieves Pain 


SOIX)IST -- Annie Belle F>u- 
pi 1 e, vvill Vie presente.i in a 
...ncerl at .McCov .M.-rii.iid 
r.antist Chur. h. siiL' i;. -til'h 

■ tree', on .siiniav. F'O. 11. 

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McCoy, Feb. 1 1 

The P'eliiuaiy Ciub'. ■; t!ie M.- 
C.v M.'m.inal IB.aptisi ChunJi, 
s(i.' K 4i'.'h streft. w ill 'pr, ■sent 
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.•ven.iiu- i- ill. 11 al 8 p m. 

Mrs, Fiipree. a n-eniber of 
McCov 's M'lmrnts , ,; M.'i|i!:it|. ,n 
Clii'ir, under tiic. diicitinn oi 
.\Ilan .laikon. has made in .nv 
successful appearan. es in tins 
citv-. as well as in other i I'les 
'a<ros.s the land. 

.She received her early voice 
traininiT in her native Tennes- 
see, which has been supple- 
mented bv coacbin;; iin.ler na- 
il. >nall.v and internationally 
kn.iwn instni.tors smie she 
came to tlie, West coast. 

The artist ha~ planne.i a \.ir- 
le'l prof;vam of classic ~. spiv.j- 
i-lassii-s. ^•N-ulai s vand s;i;i it.;i|is. 
Rev. 1". .\ .-Xniiersoii is 'l;e pas- 
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Tiie film is s[)on^.ircd by the 
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McCOY MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

"Where Friendship is Catching . . , Not a Catchword" 

'802 East 46th Street AD 1-427;i Rev. E. A. Anderson, Pastor 

Church School 930 AM. Morning Worship 1045 A.M. 

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For the fir><t time s<ience has 
found a new healinf; substance 
with the astonishing ability to 
shrink hemorrhoids, stop itch- 
ing, and relieve pain - without 
•urirery. 

In one hemorrhoid ease after 
another," very .striking improve- 
ment" was reported and veri- 
fied by a doctor's observations. 

Pain was relieved promptly. 
And, while gently relieving 
pain, actual reduction or re- 
traction ( shrinking ) took place. 

.\nd mo'=t amazing of all - 
this im.provement was main- 
tained in cases where a doctor's 
ob.servations were continued 
over a period of many months! 

In fact, result.s were .so thor- 
ough that sufTerers were able 
to make such astonishing state- 


ments as "Piles have ceased to be 
a problem'" And amonj; these 
rutTcrers were a very wide va- 
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some cf 10 to 20 years' stan4ing. 

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4 — The California Eaqle Thursday, February 1, 1962 



Fire Chiefs L^nch 
Full Scale Reforms 


California Eagle 

I - 

Loren Miller, Publis^pr ( 

The California Eagle stands for complefe integrafion of Negroes 
info every phase of American life through the democratic processes. 

IVe favor: 

1. FEPC on local, state and national levels I 
7. Decent housing for all Americans. ^ * 

3. Representation in Government. ? 

4. Adequate old age pensions and social security. 

5. Collective bargaining rights for all workmen. I 

6. Development and encouragement of Negro business. 

We oppose: 

V. Jim Crow in all forms. 

2. Communists and all other enemies of democracy. 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR OVER 81 YEARS 
2101 West Vernon, Corner of Van Ness ^ AXminsfer 5-3135 


Departrrsesit of Urban Affairs 


President Konn- .iv baiU'J a booby 
trap for the Hf;)ublican varty when 
he coupled his r qurst fo;- con- 
E^ressional nuprc va! i f a IVtvart- 
ment of Urban AfiVars in the cabi- 


net with thf 


at-.'i^^.ent tha'. he 


^- ■'^•' the H(ni5e 
'-;' i ahvady 
rn Democrats 
!■- :;ti"n b'd 
:•;-; di-nai't- 
'-aj' his 
th'^ presi- 
is-'.ien by 
It a !iart of a reor- 
wliich must n;)w be 


would appoint D-. Ilobert C. Wt aver 
to the ropitien v, hea it wis cix-ated. 

Rt'publicr.n m.e? -'c 
Pailcs C o m m 1 1 1 1 > 
gansred up with ?oi!t: 
to d'fea". the a '.•;■■ iv" 
rreatine \^i^ r'-br^n Aff- 
ment when the jTi^id' ::: 
gtmoii'^C'^nt'. :"; . Ho\vc\'er 
dent has created th':- i 
siniolv '"r".a'.:i;"i£ 
^anization bill 
approved, or disai-prove i. by a ma- 
iority vole in both hoi;pe:=. If t-ither 
the ."^enatp or the House rli.sapi'roves 
the reorga;:ization plan is lost. 

The Rf|;iibl;caiis are .;r.paled on 
the hoi'ns of a n^al Tolitira! dilem- 
ma. If th-c-y \\.tc at'aie.s ',-\abiisi"i- 
ini; the D-. partmeni of I'lban Af- 
fairs they v.'ill con'e under fire on 
tv.'o fronts: fi'om city dwellers- who 
u-ant .=uch a cabinet r^st and from 
Negroes who will regard a V',te 


against the d.:iai tn.. .;■ ,i.-~ a '. . ;v 
^gain.-t put'in:; .-i X.^^i o m \\\r , ;it);- 

iH't. if thr\- V 1,1- f .' 'he m.-as;i:i' 
the\' \cill offend {bf < ;;tii;;n mcv- 
l- -rs of the C'a'i".;.'n : ". I '.h.iis »■:,- 
iaii-'er th(^ a!l'::,.ci- ti". it .m-.v- i[;>.:i 
■J i".fTp voice in n.itiun.i! ;iff.;rs. 

On thf me::;--, tl"' !\fm;' d\- p" - 
|iO^ '.! is a soue 1 < •'■■. <)•:>- i~ :::! "- 
;easi'ii:h' url::::! !:,.t.' 't ■'■ ' '^ i' --t 
Am-Tican'- li'/i:;" in r;':--< .- -d v::\'n 
'he !'']n~.i'er i''( ''■;'s:i. ' f \'. ;•'.■ e e.'. 
]"■]-' ■\ ■'( f ir ) ■>: ;<'--d . i^^" • n a ' '< 
in b.M; a' i an s i.^ i '■; .:■. .■. i > '■ ..'■'- 'i ' i- 
federal froveri:- 'ttt carir."t atl^rd 'o 

ni"'i'Ct the p'-, ■!-;•■ -1. 

Ni'<n'oes. t'-o. a.rv ':",.i\.nu i:;\- 
uard and theii- probi- in.- .is i.tv 
iwtiii-rs are c.i:ni '.■' I'd \ . lai .d 
nuoh'em.ents. Tiir lu > d f w I'-d lal 
assistance in .=.'i;tion i>t ur.uiii I'f'i.b- 
If'vs is tluis d'.;,b!i d m {'.:■■ ■ a •■: 
Xesroes. 


. t';;ri < \' ilt-: 


■:. :i;:;i:' r 


that they war,' bolii parts oi 'Ic' 
Kennedv program: a i >; [larfh: tr ' 
'I'rban ATiirs .:vA Pi \V,-,.v. !■ in 
tlie cabinet ivsitii.n w' :; it is 
(leateJ. 


Recall Victory in Sight 


Victory is in right fnr the Recall 
Tommittte u-hich i> seeking to re- 
quire loth District rouncilman Joe 
fioliingswriilh to submit his nuah- 
ficatiiai.s f. r office to the pi r.r.it' of 
iii.s district. 

With nil re than five thousand 
names already .s' ';uri d th-' (..'o:e:riit- 
tee is reasonably sur-e to i,et tlv ad- 
ditional twenty five hundrc-d signa- 
tures that are nec^ .-;sarv. When that 


is done a 
scheduled. 

In tha? <■' 
loth Di-^-:.^ 
cnance Uj s 


recall e!'-"t;o!i will bi 


t Will ha\v th,' ■■ ill St 
ly vvhethi-r (t r,,,- triev 
uant .Mr. Hollingswonh l'> teprc- 
p<.'nt th^m. 

Mr. Hollingswonh was I'iit in 
City Council by the vote of eigitt 
councilmen who had no real con- 
cern with the pi'oblemiS of the dis- 
trict and who certainly turned deaf 
ears to the demand."? of the people 
who live there. 


It ;s appan-nt that it .M-- H"I- 
h't' ',;wnrth ha'! siib'rh;i i h's < ;i - 
didacv to the iv ir!.- o! I'i^v !i"h ! "•.- 
trict he would U'.t h'o,.- rcc ivc i a 
'■tandfu! of v •(.- II'' v'.;:.- .i'- w^i- 
icnown with an i ii;-ni..vn si.-^n 1 • n 

lUiblir issiys. Sui' •■ h..- :i; '■ • ": :;t 
Ivs caMC'r ha;: p < n. i\-.-i-\- h' :; ■ i.r- 
''Siir'^uisli.' ' as .t w -s b. f.'i e iii 'j'l 
ihi scat. I'l' is s'dl an nni-;n"','.!i 
v.:''- no c'ear s:;ind c:^ nublif issh s. 
\\'hat tlv' ];<'ni'!e (f the '['■'d\ !'■;.-- 
;::■■■ a 1'.^ aft- '■ 'S ;< \-. i. <■ Ir ' n. ,•■ 
■'Wn ;'ti-!!i s. \ ■' :'.iTiK ' !■ v .', - • ". • 
I na' \i-\ri'_ . " - ii;i ■ i: •.■ vr' r, ; h 
fcopl'.' ' f I'lt'"'!' c.iu:vih:np,;'' 'i- - 
trifts. T'c'r-" is ';n it isnn \.sliv th''\ 
should be depri\ed of the riiriit in 
maltf theii- own < hoici-. 

■We hope that the Kfcjill Conimi'- 
tee will meet with added success 
and that it will get the supjxjrt it 
deser\-e.s from all of those everv- 
where in the city who believe in 
democratic government. 


The Right to Vote 


Senator Richard B. Rursell of 
Georgia called a hurrifd ireeting in 
his office. .'Senator John Stem i is of 
Mississippi announced th't h'' had 
bem deer'.v wounded, ."-"'^-natorial 
''libei'als" of the stamp of List"r 
Hill and John Spark^ian <.f Ala- 
bama skulked a.lony, n;umblir,g 
about st-'tes riehts. 
. The cause of all of th'' activity 
was the introducuon of a hill by 
Senator Mike Mansfield, Demo- 
cratic ic.ajohty leader, pyovirling 
that no person who had a sixth 
grade eiii'iation or its e.Tuivalent 
V'.-ould be icauircd to lake a literacy 
test in ( rder to qualify to vote in a 
Teller;'! ' 'I'd ion. 

If passed the bid woidd tnll the 
■-■nd i;f I'^oiithem laws vchich ii'itrjre 
voters to read and intitj :■ t rf-Mifies 
of federal nr state conrlituti'iis to 
the satisfa'ction of siaie voting 
regist-'-ars. Those registrars, s. 'me (yi 


whom lack high school educations, 
have been known to turn down 
.\<'£rro registrants holding (h'Ctor of 
.ii-.;!o'o''ht" d -':rri''s. 

.-'.ou'hern s tiatoi's v.ito oiipijst 
th" Mansfield bid are in b:'d f-.uth. 


' that vi: 


for th, 


': ■ ;1 a ■, th.- rac" baiteis. All of them 
".ant to r'tain the present .SwUtherii 
-'■stem which t'n.-v kr.ow to be if-- 
'-rimh'atoix- ti't .\viiich is rc-;poi;s.- 
b!e f'lr th( ir elections. 

Th" crvtha' th^ .Mansfi.-ld bill 
'.■j unconstitutional won't h"i'l 
v'.-,-'tcr. The l"'h Aniend'Tcnt ,v..;s 
=!dd"d to the Constitution i" (c 'i-r 
I') [irevent the -'at. s fro'^ d' n\-i: g 
I hi' bal'ot to their (itizei's nn t!;.' 
ba' s I'*' color. 

\\r r 1) e Ih'i? tiie a-lrninisti i'tioii 
whuh obvi.iii.-i\; msnin 1 tiie rfi,)- 
dur tion of the .^T''npfil■'d b;!l will g.-t 
squatel;.- behiitd It au'l tigi-it i<n- I's 
pa'-'.--ig>-. 


Attorney General K4osk 


As far as Negro voters are con- 
cerned, the race for state attorney 
general is over. Atty. General Stan- 
ley Mosk has decided to seek re- 
election and he deservTs an-.l will get 
Xegro V'Otes from every side of the 
political fence. 

Mr. Mosk set the style for his 
administration in the first part of 
his incumbency when he established 
a division of constitutional I'ights in 
the attorney general's office. He 
served notice that the division was 
to be m.ore than a polite front when 
he named Franklin William.^ to the 
•newly created position. 

When }.h\ Williams resigned to 
work with the Peace Corps, Mr. 


!:e 


Mo.sk replaced bin. uiili .■\ ly. 
Charles James of Stockton. T:a- 
C'nstitutional rights divi.-icii li.-is 
played an active role in stat' 
fairs; rights of all mini.irities 
•Tiore .secure for what ii has d;.ni'. 
On other issues affecting his of- 
fice, .Mr. Mosk has done an effective 
and workmanlike job. Hisopjjoncnt.s 
are going to be haid put to find 
campaign i.ssues. The only nueslion 
that faces the attorney general as 
far as Negroes are conci -ned is 
how large his majority is going to 
be — and that will be det-rmincd 
jnly by how nia.riy N''g!ii.s go to 
the polls. 


BATTLEAXE & BREAD 1 


r.ili!hlllll. 


By Lester 6. Granger 


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iContij-iudf froni Pace P 
K'jiicii briefly in the corridor 
\M'h a representative of the city 
ai'.irnry's office 

<<)N(;r.vti i.ATioNs: 

W lipii ihpy returned Pips. 
Kline sCitcil ; 

I tenilcmpn, our recoijuripn- 
(lilion U) tiie Commission will 
t)p II) (,'ivp your procram 100 
Iicr lont .support. Our congratu- 
1. lions '" 

The new policy was put into 
o;;. ration by the fire chiefs im- 
m.'iliaiely f.jllowin'.,- the Jan. 11 
;ii"p|iiif; r)f the Fire Commis- 
■-'•.•irrs at ■ whirh a series - of 
1 1 .'iTrii-neiKlaii.jns i,n inleRra- 
li n were adopted 

ill.'- chiefs i-pjpitpci the "pe.-- 
riiisivh-^' mess, as jiroposed by 
•IIP ("omnlls.^ll):l, 'Ahereljy v.ko 
... more men rould fonn an 
i".i L'lated nipss. '.\ith only one 

• i-'ss ,ii e.-u ll station. Instp.-id 
t';. \- i.iitl the iiii'n iliaT all men 

'IP ip.iuired to I'liii the m.'ss. 
INrK,<;|{\TKI) ASSir..\MK\TS 
\:i'. ...'IP \vhi> wishod to ab- 
^' ■ ;. ih.'V '. 'I'i '-ll' fij-'-:!;. n. 
rr... - '.'.iiii.-i iHTiiiissiiiii 1:1 
■'.;i- ".<' ru't kiipr in in .Ian, 'Jl. 
,-,,;■ '^L- Ih.it .all Mi.-h Ifli-'S 
'.'".'ll, ! !..' ■■ I 'rmi/.'d earcluliv 

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Letters to 
The Editor 


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i ..I' , ' _ ■■.,•■ 'hp ,.,,■ .. 

■ ,-.■.' I. • ' .■.■r; •■■.. r.'lu f 

l.i' •' I "'If 'll .".I ilie N' .i:'<i coii.- 

! ,:'\, uhi. !i lias bp- '■ jrip a''v 

^" .IP... p--. ■I'l ll with the in- 

.'■. isi'i- fi'pi|iipn. y of arbitrary 

ar i f.i[)nrioii» i)ollpe. violence. 

'1 he .Necrro community' trusted 

the stninj^ position you took 

a:'.'dnst pohre \':tolence. The 

Ml '.or fpit that your k/iovvledpe 

of ilie situati.in would help al!e- 

viae the jinit'lprn. Therefore, 

I'V _\..iir ap[>ointmrnt we felt 

ih ' r.ndilioiis wotil.i he i;n- 

I '.• Mr p. I '.T. UP !:-ren f..- 
\.. II \ ,. "if p .I.'..' and V, p 

i... ..'.. .- ''-'I. .' Ill.I.-ild nf :'!- 
.'. 1-' t ':■ ^!..'. I f'-'i Ilie I r, ll 
1,1'!^ . f \. 1 '.'s •j-'p r>i-li.'e 
h .' 1 ... • r'!_, .v'l'.'.-. n ^i p.tiPr 
. I -,..-;., f iiiwi u'.I..,- disip^aiil 
■ 'T i! . .?■ pi , J" 1 i\ . ll '\is L:rou il 
•pi. ; . ' ;' '.* n. 11' ,'- 1 -IP Np'-;'. i 
I ' " - I, .', p I'll a I p^if.nsilii;. 

I , 1. . 1 ' .111' 111.',!' a<- .IP llPS 
f 1.1 ;i> , .-'ill., .'fli. Pr.. This 
.•i. .. '1 I i r.' .1 ai.pr.ix ed by th" 
.\.. 'Ill i'lC'iiiiii'. ; It ('.'innot be 
p.. .| II ,1, I HI 1' IS undersl'i-xl 

■', il 'I ' .-1 •' .' I. II -b.p wife .if 
a i 'isli,. .| \'. r... his i'PPil bt^.ilpn 
I.I. 1." . i; i!:\ :.' .1 p.il"'.'.-ian in 
I', '^t I.' Ik :• ind his < liiblrpii'" 

II ' . \' .' .ins\M'r the indm- 
ti '■ • .,!i/i'iis « hpn Npl;i'.i 
V. ■ ■' Miii|.'tted t.i str.-P'.;- 
ai'ii . .mo. is of aripst. whiib 
.■I Pir l.p>o'!.i the npi essary 
t 1 •■ - It \\ do \-i.!i explain the 
b.'.iiiii_' if b '!■ liutfed pris.inprs 
iv v,'\''i-.l (..iiiprs m a p.ih. e 
s' .'i. .1. ' 11 .'•'M have satisfni- 
I .1 -. I I.sU'.'s t,, IIksc (p,.. .sii'ins. 
«' . r.ni • -i.aiiP! F^'Mler, plea.^e 
.s|i .re I'v ni u Ph lis. 

-■ b.' N. -r.) 1 .)iiimuiii'y shiuil.l 
}i .e f P'l in the Pob-e ['...-.p.-irt- 
ni'i t i .--' id . ; the ceneral fear 
thic I'll \ b iM , t!ie> .slKJuld 
liii;; : . f ic^ p.i'i'." as their pro- 
tpi 'I. , and not liteir porsecii- 
p,i -. On" cu'iiniiiiiilv is in a 
L'l .\'' pii.^is. There is no neu- 
ti' ll _ i.'iiri'i ' 

\\.. lie bsieniiiL', Mr. Porter, 
v.n .cat e !>ortal;on f.)r the 
s .' 'p 1 I'lb'-i ;iit Miuid ^.)ll look 
a- liii.t imjIk'p hi ifilily prin'- 1'> 
\. '11, ;prv')i!it:''p:il t.) the P"lii e 
C"',i-'i .'.r. 

H. Cl^MT'i. IiL■L).-^0^■, D-D S. 


" '■ ■» n -hir.! and ' "ii v.,-p :: .. 
•• :- i!p .jI n-p off ■,',iP; "hp i.-- 
I ' I :; I'lai I j\ ll : i.ii's Aork bnil 
j: '• nip piiih h di'iiiik .in.i i!i i' I 
c ' 1 a . hni '.n ni\' -ii 'ii: !pi' 

I \p bern li«.kin_; l"r my frieii.I 
•" '-l- Sll'i p 1 ;p..' . '• \' ..,i\ pr t; >t- 

'::r-pd H.i'.vTi b-.- .T lb;' .n bitrl 
:n n..ii-!i)M ;..:(| ("ai ! !; .',\ tn uas 
I'.b.s.'ii .-..-r', ;. ,> ,1' "-,. Meir.f.nis 
air;.-!" Thp\ ip Iil-iih-. .ir at 
I. . -" .. .uianiPiM' .'- . 'f .)','. s a'l i 
1 '.' in'p.j P) ..'pr b - \ nsi'iii ,,f 
V'.bv 'i;.'>' w'.f rr'n-.-'l SO."\.ri'. 
I a-' -nre tnat b lii .>f tli.'ni 
u.'i.' p».liP' ai,! I'l .pp. if'al wliPM 
!bp\- 1 .'i)i|p-ii '1 s,'r\i(r an.i il 
\', "'.' bit I p ; 11" i.i sn V "riipv 
:,vp" • r"a'i'.' " Tli.'V arp nb .at 
"IS 'p.b' as \'vi] .in -^c* , l>i.'ii 
I r '". I'll' s! ."ilr^-vnt ,,f ,..! ipa'i..ii 
a- I a",!. '111.' I" 

y -1 1- ••■-,- fi '-r-.i .' !', • trll niP 
.<■' 1' b,s t" r> • ' " p '-'iii'h ai'd 
'Ip ' '.p f 1 p,*i ' 'iipi I h'"' ';- ' )t \",as 
tiiT. 'IP u a< i-ii'.'l'ii t.i sta\ in 
1i < [>l u e I kr.i>v< ]\f lipp'i 
d'wn ;n Dixie H.-.d b« I ans; a^ I 
beuprl to the sou'hem line I g-A 
Rood treatment too. I knpw 
whpre the ceiling wa* and I 
did.nt tr.'i'n.^CTP'!* It. What has 
happened in the past nventy 
years is that the S<xitti has en- 
lar£;ed "the place" assitnied to 
the Necrro. His "place" now 
hicludes the ri.cht to first class 
travel and to or.bnary acconi- 
-^.xiations in ;■ •.- It di^s 

nut inrltide si i\ ' first class 

h"ti!s oi' '•pltin: --'vap in e\- 
pl-i-:\e iirpi>rt patmt; or dnnk- 
mr: r.n.ir.s 

S\MF RO\T 

'ilip troubip uiHi U'^.upr .tn.l 
P,i.'.\an was tliat pai b '.zut out ..f 
■-ivs ])bnp- and cot s'appp'l 
duMi f'T b.is rlt-'rl- .\ midd!e 
p! i^s Np4i-.i is vmII 11].: a Npc- 
r.>. dowri S'lutii and lip Ni.rlh. 
t-... P'l- that ni.itUT. As lonj; as 
bp stax's 111 the pine .-issi^ned 
111 bun hp s a fine , felLiw, H 
i^'-i t Ji!s ■ pia'P ■ to st.Ty in 
H. .nitons H'iipI ,'sJpinin>pk or 
1 ' ! ny a li.m'P in an expliisive 
siil'di\ i^ion in I>is -.Xneeles or 
Ohi. .iL-o. 

'i-'-e way I IT like it out is that 
a^ l.'ni: as di-..'1'iniination per- 
si-ts .■imiirst anv Npqro all N'oc- 
r.KS ai'P in a bad fix. The mid- 
dlp class Nem'.i.who thinks' lie 
(in i;i't fust il.ass trci'mpnt; if 
be I'iupIs firs) < lass hasp't 
s..I'.-P'l aintbii'i'.; j lb-" is subip.-t 
t.) lip dow n.'r.-i.l(|1 by any clerk 
A- ti 1 L'cts tb.i' iiru|t> to .i'> so. He's 
riMd>- bub the iilerk isn't. If 
\ . .11 want m\' o[)iiiii.n it is that the 
N.'_n".ies uhi> aiciit ready 1o ex- 
eri ISC their nuhls are Ibos-:? 
\'.'r,..-i Ki) ar.'Und Nrllinc that other 
.\.'.;niPs "ai'Piit rcad\." 


Class Offered to 
Improve Reading 

.N clViss m r.padnv.; Improve- 
niiiit is I'veiiiL' oltered at R.kisp- 
\p!t .Vd-jlt Schixd. tVi .So Fick- 
pit ^tr-'-ei. tills scnip^t'M It Will 
ra.'Pl ill r,, .ni .N-.'ltl.' "n Wcdnp-'- 
(i.!'. cvpi'iiif^s li.jin I' 1 I l.i 11 .'i'l 
I :n. 


d.i thrir own, 
,>| . .-.,.'..• 'p. '.' 1 p p o r f e d 1 y 
s")".'! •.. «-''p th.ii adir..^-i"n 
V.I,. 1 Ix- Tii'iiPii I I tbi.sp men 
\.. '! . .'jf'p ■ ':■•:■ ■ 'IP. v. lilp, 
P.-'.'.- Janr AiC' - ■ 

. .\i. iiiP r''>;ui.-;. .- I'e r'.)-nniis- 
s..ia r'pplni.,' lis' "l-hiii-s'jay, 
Ai \ "1 ictri y. \^h"^.^n. wil') 
! pp. . -I'liPs lb.' t-'i! .' an.l ]''iiii e 
P' '-..'ivp !..',i.P';e b;)l \k\).> sail 
|. ' '.' ,.s r .1 ,.pp' .■! .pi.; a^ lin-ir 

I ' 1. 1 il S;H .K"..-:!..'n. incii mi 1 

II '■ ( '..:l••'ll^ I ''I 'n.it liiP 111 e 
I ,' 's were iMt fwll.jwiiig tiic 
[►.'.1. ■,• iai'l il')".n. . but wpie 
(.i-ii"'-'iit; all fiieinen to eat lo- 
K' C'lc-r 

He .also rriti' i/ed the woKiir.s; 
of :be ("..mmissii.ns resolutions, 
fi.'i ihpir nipanmi; was un- 
( !'',ir an.l (-.fPTf I to hplp ro- 
(1, . I ■ "t- di: .'. 'I', PS 

i .le i.":iinii~s. ...i i s- a.-icod 
\\ ,''i Wlipfan 'h t' t!ip;r dirpp- 
st ', ..> had r,.'" 111'..-, iiip't I'.r i.nii- 
pL. ->;>' aH"r.'t,i:i. .' ai th.> Piupne 
li'i-.' j^'.'S-ps .11. d deridp.l to 
I'V '., in: I ini' n'a'i.-r. 

T -A' ,isk.' 1 ai! ,1- -i-innt rbipfs 
to I pp.' 11' I-p:.'!.' the Pci'soniicl 
('.'.iiiiniiipp tlip i;.'\- d.iy 1' w.is 
ili.'-i ina' li'p . .'it. Is. t.,\t:t:-tbpr 
\',''':i .\n} ■' t,'.i"'i'nand.'rs, O'-.a f 
(11.1. "S v: _ i; i''vv..> and fhip' 
M I' :n ! M."|.| .'-, askpd t'le 
( '. ■• "■ 'v^i .'< 1.1 ha, k l!ie f.r- 
1 -I'l; p-i, ''IPS .iii'pady ;n>'i- 

ti.'.'.l 

< ' pfs' T' Cpire !\r.\ Mcad'ir 
t..' i 'iip ( 1'":- i''pe Miat ('h'' f 
Ml ;pi III a ponnnand dcpision 
had statpil that n unifie.i and 
or^jani/pd nie.ss is essential to 
good morale. 

What has kept intej^ation 
from working in the past, they 
said, was that whenever a sta- 
tion was inte^ated the tele- 
phone would begin ringing with- 
in two ht^Kirs and the men would 
be insulted and vilified. 

The half-way measures of the 
,C.)nvnission, the chiefs said, 
, 1 not he successful tiecause 

'. , two n-ien would be par- 
1. .i itiiiK in a mess 'the other 
I11P1J in the station would be on 
the sidelirips to pioint the fincer 
at tlipm, call thern names, ridi- 
1 u!p them and n-iake life un- 
Jx-arable, 

\V(» cannot l>e satisfied, they 
connnupd. with an arranuement 
where line man is in the ttx)l 
shed heaiine his dinner with a 
blow- torch Wihile another man is 


Reverse Twist" 

M'. .nliniied from Page 1) 
npiL'bbortiix-vils where I live. .\ 
fpw- Xei^roes iiiove in and it 
bP( limes harder and harder to 
.sell to whites." 

LIKE IT INTE(;R.\TF.n 

P.psidents of the nei.chborhwKl 
prolp-t that thev have no ani- 
mosity- toward Vaupht and that 
their sole concern is to see to 
it that there remains an inte- 
eraied npii;ht)orhood. Tlipy see 
the threat of another ghetto un- 
less sales to Xecrix's are halted. 

Vaiiurht won't listen to the ar- 
piiments. He filed suit for dam-., 
a>,'ps and f'>r an Injunction and 
to .compel the sale of the house 
1.1. Inm. He s.'ivs he won't set- 
tle for anythinc; less than the 
full -neasiire of his constitutional 
ri.rlit to buy any home he 
chooses. 

The Icxal NAACP, composed 
of Ixith wbitps and N'efrroes. has 
not taken any official stand but 
it IS understood to be raii'-'ed 
I'll the side of the protesting 
rciirhlx-irs. At the pourt bearin? 
i's l.-iwv PI'S urced that tlie 
iratip!' tx- liii'MPd i>\-er li« Ine 
.sp.u- s cuil right.s commission. 


in his truck heating his dinner 
o\fr a candle. 

The pattt-rn must he uniform, 
the chiefs insisted. A "mini- 
ir.um" poliry is no solution, 
tlip\ claimed. 

.Aniptt llartsfipld. aliompy 
who has rpprespiited the fire- 
men in the battle for inte^cra- 
lion of the Fire Department, 
t Id the l';.igle that it l(X)ks as 
if "we ha\-e no more prob- 
lems." 

1 He said that the firomei-i in 
the stations are at present par- 
liripatinf; in a unified mess ar.d 
ti^at ihf'ie has bepn a hearipn- 
iii,'4, absence of unpleasanino--.-,. 
fi i 

Skilled Jobs 
Available at 
Aircraft Co. 

K '.)nti.nude fioin P.':;;e 1' 
lev Hra/ciPi', executive s.i re- 

I i''\' i-r ip.' ' 'i iai! l.Pa. .1. •■: i.:'.> 
ii.is I'liiET be. n '.\ .1 -.11? a -':r' :- 
oils batljp to i-.-t ).;bs ; 'I- .">..- 
gl.iP.s ■ , 

SOPHISTK \TKU 

'i iiP Pl'l^lC.-'i -IS ..;] I'lP II.-... i '..;• 

"'••lill and ' Irainint; was rliic. iii 
flirt, to the fa;t thai the li,.,'bns' 
p'an's,aie d.'votpd largely t , : .-- 
^' ari'h anri de\piij.[)inpnl instca-i 
i.fSnass pioduriion. They riianii-- 
laclure su.h sopbisticated [lod- 
i.'ls as .'sur\p\'or spai-c.'ral!. 
1- rescan i adar, synch:-,. non-s 
1 'mm'uni'-aiion, satelliies' aivl 
: '11 enpini'S. and 'cla.ni th.' 
I'nmi their resparch centPis a'l 1 
« I'tTineerinu lalioral'ries ha\p 
C'lme . ' I'X'.iji- dfA'clopnien's 
prc^smtj pa^t '-lie fi'ontipfs of 
s. ipn.p 

In order to a.'l pcrriisin::; 
V irkers. ine < .i:npan> ha^ 
pNtahiiishpd feil"i'.\ ships f..r ni.is- 
i.'cs and "i'lciiirs tlo^rees aijii 
1: IS re.'.'n'ly iniiia'cd an .i:)- 
p-entire^hip pi-OL.'ram. Of S''i:iie 
■^.'ifl canriiiia'tps. ^- were c:i...-r'^i, 
i ur of v^hom arc N'perops. '! 
2 TO 3 I'KK ( KNT j . 

.ThTs ratio sppnis to lie c^v.- 
siderably iiigher than the pucs- 
p.'jt ratio of Xegro employes 
a'li.n ' •!!'-• f.i^-,pan\ s "^ ""I'ln 
v iikpi'S 1 b.> ("cpany d' i C'.t 
y:\f' out i iiir.parati'* p fi'-'^c's, 
1 ,' an piiiipatPfi fie^s •' . ."id 
I'i i-p lii^ pci'.-pnta. p 'bi 'w '.''n J 
;: 1 3 pi r I pm, 

Kem[)t sii'p.^sfd. h-.. \.'. i"' 
that t'ppi'p Is no >;pi;'-c:'T;'in <'' 
ail'.' kind in tiie plan .A.'i ::o 
b,ti' 1.1 ad\ a'lcmi :i; li'.P " . i ,, • 

■ and pi,-vb,i('pd rc'^urd^ lo j.r"'.'c 
h:s p 'ipp 

■ A'r.i.n.: p >sit;in=/T 1-1 bv \p- 
gr.ii's aiP ;'.n clprirnnirs l". ■'- 
nil I, in. C'lnifH-inan's d.-si:;'! ^pp- 
':,iii~', I'lVjinPPis. pn'.n:ip":":itr ' 
siiper\i^"i', IPs. 'an it a-s.-cir.'L 
and mer.ilK^iN of ;'ip !ii:'':'s ip. h- 
iii. ll sC'il''. w I'ii '-■I'a:-: 's \ -i' .■ 
i.ii^iy lis'cd as S-aJ a v.. . -: 
S.'nl. 5J,".J.- $.'11. Si'.'Hi aiiii np L. 
sr.77* a wobk 

hi;v .loi'.s 

One '-..plipr .'[ lap t,.. 'ir, d 
slat! IS .Alvra Wiil'ird a -.ii'.id'a- 
;i'p .'bpiiiis'. will) IS ciin.iiii-'ic.-; 
^'11, ill's . '11 ■;ii:t;..'!-i.ds and . .■:'- 
ponpiiis ior the Siir\-p\ i' spa.-.,-- 
'■■'.i:'' ulii.'h is ('''.i/nid m land 
I'll tcp ir.'.H.n 

Orii.-r I'li-ploNcs aip ."^iiaN^v 
T l'!drri .p.iis, an pn'-'incii i in.; 
\', iiiir \^ii.> sLippi'. i^'-s 'i'.p piPii- 
aration of bip'" a __.iPi'h:in al 
K»ks an't n-fanials: l.i'onHid 
\V. Masspy, an eiectrii al engi- 
neer who help<-'d design an air- 
borne con-iputer : Tlii.n)dore K. 
Davis, a spficial project tech- 
nical director; 

Kenneth C. Kelly, head of the 
development section of the an- 
tenna department; Mary R. 
Lampkin. a mathematicijn who 
combines her work at Hughes 
with evening courses in mathe- 
matics; and Maurice "Tex" 
Jones, head of' the design engi- 
neering secti'DH of the aerospace 
group. 

NEW POLICY 

In 1M4. llughes Aircraft had 
only 'altout .100 workers, and at 
that time tew Negroes were em- 
, jiloyed alxjve the [lo.siiiiin of 
janitor In IPal the cmnpany 
officially adopied 'a ii m-ais- 
criminatory fwlicy, b.ut it was 
apparently a passive rather 
tlian an- active p.jlicy. 

Hyland said thai the coniiiany 
had a policy of hiring qualified 
persons who applied L->r wank 
rpgardlcss of race, creed or 
ci'lor, but added that "wo had 
not pursued minority people; in 
the past we have not gone out 
after them for worft m our 
plants." 

Folbnving thcj- impetus given 
by Pj'cs. Kennedy to the work 
of the Presidenti's Committee on 
(;overiiment Contracts, the 
company has paid increasing at- 
tention to the possibilities of 
hirin.g Negroes and members of. 
other minority groups. Hyland 
said. The passive acceptance of 
Negro applicants, he empha- 
sized, has given way to a policy 
of actively searching for com- 
petent workers among the mi- 
nority groups. 

"Of all knowledge the wise 
and good seek most to know 
themselves." 

— William .Shakespeare 


Voodoo Kslier 
Goes On Trial, 
Denies Guilt 


iConiinued .from Page 1) 
'PIP 'Mi.liP Hai'di'irk, had cnme 

i.i "h" .-hiii r!i. 


Tll.'IT 


some seven months 


hpfore The shooting. Riley re- 
portedly be!ip\pd his wife had 
left town. J .lit found that she. 
was still hpj-p and was still 
seeing Hardrick, though both- 
had long S'li.e spyered their 
ponneclion \\ith tii" Progves.sive 
r.aritist Cbiirch. 

r.ilcy 'T'lii^s, .a. 'cording <o 
A"v r>ooi I'la* ' .o-j HardrickJ 
a'i:I Mrs. P.1p>' Iia 1 ili'-ealpned' 
■ ) put H hex ()'i b .'1 and had 
■;'. -.Ip -p-ipntion-c' p- '.nn. 

Up also c!a<n:s t!i,at a minis- 
irr ".■am.'d hin-i C'.t let -accept ■ 
f I'd IT- riiucs fr iin hi- ex-wife 
f." 1 1 ii'riri''k bp," n-p ihp\- prae- 
1 ,'pd' \'i)od'-).) and ',\p;'e goin? 
'i lisp it I'I k'^PTi liini a'A-.'iv. 

T . coiin'pr th.' lur-p that w^s i 
■^ii-roundiivg- liini, P.ilpy also ! 
I'l'n.^d t'i \ rx-.d'ioi-m Hp, railed 
a II '" "..' ' -"■ P. il b- .'np -r>' I'll 
'■'■' 1 "-|1 -'rppt. .ai i c-i\-o hiin 
■■ ."IP "f "'.lis.- P. irv s clothi s 
1 '> i'-vl Ip:' bp!-: ::.; ulipn sie 
•,, r -,■■ ..pa from i: '.p 

' • '^ ]!■: o -^ ' s-r i,;ktpd the 
ri.'lips w;lh pr,ACP!p:l powders. 

I!.' '.', a'lPi! ^o'-'iP (,f 'iie powders 
' :. "ip d'cr, Tbp riP-s lasted for 
\:ir'(^ g;i\s, T'^en i!:? priest and 
Pii' V l.iii'ip'i 'IIP v.oodooed 
. '. ' "PS il- ip,p r-r '.'ind, 

r.,;!-.:.-, ' ..\ttv. P. )..! claims, be- 
I I'V '-'fiiiar ihpsp otiier-world in- 
;Pir-ir.ps '.ould p..,iunipr the evd 
>;)r\] ^.Ti's o.i'ry bad Past on ' 
hm .an.'! u.iuld i'rin'j her closer 
1.1 irm. 

• itp ',.. pr» .-I cp.-i 'r.t-r, Hut she 
'''"p.'piipl bill Hiiii wirhdre-vv, 

■P a.'.- rla:-^-- 

'Dinv. !ip r'".':! .n another \(y\- 
il.'K^ nrpst Iriausp he believed 
br> necdi'd s'l-.m-.'-- powders to. 
o\pr. o^-'^P lr~ .\'.-;:.-'s biack mag- 
i ■ .'■b.';T'''v I'-iPp.' if'PT he taecame 
s'l ii'nnc:''.'" 1 t'-'it fap began to 
d-,' ', T""pn be s-vall'^wed a 
' '■ ",:' - ■, i,...a drug. 

v as on the morning of 
A . . . ' 'Die 'T ■/.' fold him his 
u'ife \', oa. i co:r,p ba^k to him if 
he ',•.-. iii'i 'j.a to !ipr house. 

V ^■•n ' . •' . i at -inp A:*^-'', ' 
s'-p. • ; .:.p .-^j o ;. V ct-iin^s bi* 
w'.:.^ c TP a 1 .•>:■.! 't.'Tan to 

>.r. .i" : P" i I r-.-^p bl'Tl ?" 1 

' -'i ',, ■■ I ■ ' • ■ i ;p inuugin S'l* 
1- ' 1 ■' , 

ill' ' I' ..\ I ...' .' ',s PA n PI111 and 

-". • '^ -'\ :- !i,- .'. 'p -cli t A, ibe 
-' ',!, r a'l i l-p L-.i'. ino bis ctr- 
','•■.'. i-i, \'- a.' .'. .-■jl, 'I •!>• before 
I' ,. Ti !'•■ walk'"! ,,:' . ' :>p a'pw''p.'i 
^TP. 1 P .me ?Pi!. .n a:ri toil 

,' If \ ■■: '■ 'i"d " '. \' ifp sb.-'t, 
I-:~- b'vp.:.::.^ :• " ^ , 

, T'-' II b'^ .' .'' ."i-i d and r^->, 
" ■ ' . I 11 .' -' '.> ..: stupor that 
;... rt a:, i i..a . ,»\: 'lay, 

.'■.'•>'. :'. ■ • 1, ' - I'lat ber 
<',•■■■' " ■ ■ • ' 'n o' di'ipgs 
"1 ,1 b'-' . : .'> V . i -•■■> and that ' 
b-' ■,' a- n ■• :■ ■•■ .n- .' 'c f'ap '^e' 

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Sencfe Bill 


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' 'ij''s !.') •,'\k'? lc,-isb.ti\ip fr--. 

;- b.s s'.i',- .f •-'> fii-;,')n nd- 

~- ■:,.- ;.i. 1 : ::• s .ai Ibat he '^ 

s, j f ,;- rn:'.. ,-.;s',i;i ,1 pppv<1-%-- , 

. ; "-p.a- !"f •- that would strike 


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SO 'alificatiar. South- 


pin spn,ii,.:-s ai or'p anriount'ed 
'•'.-on.:: oiijp.-ii.ans to 'he Mans- 
iicl! bill. Thpy accused trie 
president of >ielding to "Repub^ 
Lean pressure." 

Sonie obscrvcri said that 
chances of passage of the -bill 
are uncertain because Senate 
rules stiM permit a filibuster; 
They said that the first mo\'e to 
.spp'ire adequate civil rights 
laws must be taken through 
;>m.endment of .'Senate rules. 

.■\dministrnMon supporters said 
•!-p b'il bias a c — xi chance of 
',!.,. .i-s '•ec:ni-p 'f the suppoi't 
)' V. :il. .;.'t from noi'tbein Demo' 
ii,:is and P.epubli.-ans in an 
p!p,i h -i \ car 


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EAGLE 

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LOREN MILLER 
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Thursday, Feb. 1, 1962 
Vol. LXXXI No. 46 

GRACE S1M0\'S Executive Editor 
F. F;. waller. Jr. .. Adv. 'Mgr. 

EDWARD "ABIE" ROBINSON 

.Circulation Mgr. 

CALME RUSS Office Mgr. 

BAY AREA REPRESENTATIVE 

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Phone EXbrook 5-1591 
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"Tiie most difficult thing in 
life IS to know yourself. " 

— Tbalcs 


"Trust not yourself, but >'our 
defects to know, make u^e of 
c\ cry friend and ever\ bie 

- Alexander l\>V'i 


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Date of Adjudication July 1, 1923 

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under the Act of March 3, 187J 

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RHpy re- 
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Irl that she 

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ner »he ev'T 
lid ra-^r on 
J' h'^r closer 

r. '.ut fhp 
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.no'h.er \'-."v- 

's. h.^lie'.e'd' 

l.pow iers ♦ > 

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annoiMtred 
the Man«- 
"cused th* 
to Repub- 

salij that 
of th» blU 
I use .^ena*t 

filibuster. 
?st mi^ve to 
l-jvi] rights 
pti through 

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Jpcders said 
fhance of 

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.Office Mgr. 
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PLAN CELEBK.\TION — The plan- 
ning Commission of the Pasiidena A.^- 
sociation for the study of Negro Life 
and History and the Southern Cahfor- 
nia Histor\' Association, is shown with 
the guest speaker for the Sunday, Feb. 
11, 25th anniversary of t,he group. The 
celebration will be held'' at the Pasa- 
dena We'stminster Presbyterian 
Church, 1757 N. Lake avenue at .'5 p.m. 


Rev. Max M. Morrison v.ill be host pas- 
tor, Otis L. Neal is chiiirman. F^rnm 
left: Mrs. Frank Covvgill, commission 
secretary; Richard NI. Ni.xon, guest 
s[)faker; Mamie (1. Lewis, correspond- 
ing secretary; Augusta Tilover and 
Re\'. George R. Carm r, IIL organizer. 
PYont: Mrs. \'al!ey Knudsen. commis- 
sion chairman; and Walter \V. Jack- 
.son. chairman of District Research. 


BARBARA MOUNTS, CHURCH EDITOR 

February Skies Tell 
Of New Dispensation 

' By B.4RBAR.A .MOl NTS 

"Now there was a day when the sons of fJod came 
to jiiTsent them.selves before the Lord, and Satan came 
also among them." Job 1 :6. 

When the birth of the ChrLst was about to take 
place, there came a sign in the heavt-ns, tlie Star of 
R'-^tlilPlifm. '\\huh .alertfd thr 

uisp Tod.iv the lii'.ivftiN forteli \'pnus and Mercury and .Tn!)i- 
the tl'iry of (,.k1 and those whi) i,,r all uilhin a tew (iet:ier- of 
can read Uie smn.<: (»f the 
heavens are a« uf 
ii'i'loi^ical < i>nl(Mfiii 
which will take pi. 

a:>. 

bf;nkfi<-s 

The .^ol.ir eclii>so will bp in 
the Mcm of Aquarius, the .sign of 
.iltniiMn. uni\prsality and hu- 
mnnitananisni. I'- is also the 
'i;.Ti whi' h [TPM 
House I if Krienii 


of the as- 
of planets 
e on Keb. 


a lew (let; 
each other Venus m IT 10. 
Mercury 17 S.'i and .lupner 
IS:L'K. Saturn and Mars ai.<o ap- 
r)"ar hut in far less deirree 
They aie uul of the orb ol tlie 
others 

.\S ABOVE, BKIX)W 

What II will mean to mankind. 

only lime «il! tell. This is a 

cs over the urn** loi' soul searchint;. How 

.Spaceman fai^ h.ive uc advanced in \irlue. 



.sf;'\<d a.s I|ic 
Han-.. 1 Tu' 
for l'nderpn\i|. ■■ 
I .siDiy iicM .[•■■!< I 


Thursday, February 1 , 1 962 The California Eaqle — 5 

12 Pastors to Participate in 
Miracle Baptist Installations 

Installation services of the Rev, Lionel J. Adams, 
■astor of the Mitacle Bapti.'=;t Church,! Central avenue, at 
Uh street, beginning Sunday afternoon, Feb. 4th at 3 
p.m. ■; 

Prominent pa.stor'a of the city^nd thoii: congrega- 

'lons will p.'iiM ir][),-ite in llici 

-vices- as fo!i'.w<- sund-vlHcmilton Choif 

;iprn(H>.'i .'it .? p ir . !;e\- \\ . I. i 
i'.ohinson. fia-;..- .i! Uie K,!i-:i:;ii Rrrif Il^rkr\rki4 

c-cniiai I'.innsi ciuirch: .Mon- ^roTnernooa 

d.iy. ye\) .') at T::iO p.m.. Kc\-. ki • I C *. 

>■ V, H;II, pa.'! ,r of the Mt. /VUlSICQl 561". 

.'^lon Haptist C'hurcli; Tin'^ii.i-,'. „ -, , 

i--ob fi at 7 :.''.<) pm.. Rev. K .\. J^''"-'''""" Mp'hn,!,.;. cii.a-ch. 
Andcison. ij:;-to:- of the McCoy ''■'■'0 |^ I-'iL,'ucroa -irect. will 
.Me;noria] H.ipnst Chu;-i h : oj^j-n j us I!rotherh.)<.d month 
\\Vd^.-r^;.^,•Ke:.. 7 al 7.:;0 p m., :„,iv,t,os next Sundav. Rpv J , 
Itpv .S.O.I. Kvan.. p.-iMnr ol ,1,,. ^ ,>,,^,,-p,,^ j, „.,,, ^, ' ' 


AME Zodiac Tea to be Varied 
Community Project Sunday 

The St. Matthews Club, of First -^ME Church, will 
sponsor a Zodiac Tea, from 3-6 p.m.. on Simdav, Feb. 11, 
at the Wilfandell Qub, 3425 W. Adams blvd. ' 

Rev. H. H. Brookins, minister of the church and Cor- 
dia M. Raggs with Octavia Fair in charge of arrange- 
ments, has announced tha; s'''\- 

eral organizations v.ill partici- ?t. Andrews -Baptist Church: 
pate In the event. They are ■ Cora ,1> I:.n,son Circle of the 
Kgyptian Court No. Fi-.e: ;he ,v,,n.er s societv of Christian 
Tuskgee .-Miimnl Club; C-ctso- , , ,, ', ,. , , 

n .- . r.- ^ X- .^ervicp of h\rii;ti;i Mediodist 

ir.ane Baptist ( noir; ^.lun: 

|\Vomen and Maiion s Clul) of Churcli r-. 1 the Bnhy Contest 
St. Reed Bapisi Chnrch. -''dup ol :!:p J. V.. Kdwards 

^The Get Ac'U'ainted Club ct Choir- of K; -.-t .A?'!-: siKjnsorinK' 

First Church: Xao:ni Circle of P.-nna M ';■;- .V.ci:- n. 

• I 

■oce." ■, 


rSANTA-1 

MONICA 

NEWS 


as a moral intot;iHy and ethics;" It 

A as Will. .am Cullen Br\ant who 

the .'sun wrote: "Ha[ipy they born al 

rXijUanus this houc, l..-.- ihey shall spe an 

illd 


Glenn chose ' fiiciid^hip 
name for his i r.ill. 
Tlie eclipse plai ps 

ind till' M'H.n m l."i 47 

Old 'lie niii.-t mti-i'i'stitii^ and ai^e whit.f .iiid holipr than the 
^icmficani .-md dmost nvei'- pa>t. and «<> l.ite to their 
Ahelming mi unprecedented i.:raves. .Mpn shall wear suftei- 

ippearajii e of tiie iK-nefic he.irts. and shudder at the 
pl.inets brouqht together in the butcheries of war, as now at 
sign of .Aquarius at thi.s time, mher murdeis.' 



"^0 called /l^i*9id^rif ^a^ful^. 


." . . v.e s^'.all e'.'.avs be 
tincfioo for CoT belo.ed — 


a' d tne i-::* was r 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS- Serving .Ail - V/ith the Finest|; 
1201 SOUTH HOPE STREET - Rl, 7-9121 



j A "Womanless Wedding" will 
he presented at tho Calvary 
I Center, Friday. Feb. 2. 8 p m 

I • • • 

' Mr and 'Mrs, Charles Turner, 
"f Los .\n.L,'eles. were the week- 
end housciTuests of their Kriind- 
I .ireniv, Mr. and Mrs. V . ( ;. 
.Allen. Turner is a music teacher 
.it (i .n-.pers Hi ::i .si liool and his 
v. :f<' Ksihe: , i.Mciu-s m . tiie 
U'a^hin Ti .n ric:i:eni;iry .^chool 
m ( ■ 'nol n. I .c .-o a .■ 1 ,;s •^•iifst 
: ilo.Nt wi!!i the CaUary .senior 
C'io.r i.i^i .■^■■:'. 

• • • 

.A.i~ r.l 1, lie ( 'ii ic! ..I 1H<M 
I ..■;.!A,oc. me w ,f- o; R. . \\ . 1' 
CaiitT. n.'is returned li'om a 
r.oi ■ ■' ' (." vi ■ bo.o-d of the 
NaM.in.il KaiHiV! ('■,n\ i-ni i 'ti 
.\ •■■:,:■■.. - di\i.-.i :i. H •' .--pri::., , 
Ark. 


Progressive Baptists 
Convene in Chicago 

An imposing group of speakers was scheduled to 
speak at the first meeting of the new Progressive Baj> 
tist Convention of America. Inc. which was of)ened by 
Rev. Timothy M. Chambers at the rabernacle Baptist 
Chiu-ch in Chicago^. the first of the week. Rev. Oiambers 
,s p.isioi i-i Zi.,n Hill P.aptisi 
Church. • .mini.iratr.n t.v ti 

Dr' Lou.s Raw IPS. host j,,,,. "-'O National !:..pi, 

.,, I , , , . , of .\rnen' .i. Inc. 

lo; . issui-'il .1 stoicnieii' i isl 

w t^ K sta' r.'^ th,.! l':p orcan./.i- 

Hon w::s formed by those m.in- 

>tc' s ill the denomination who 

~ •I'j.'^,' n fair deal in the ad- 

the iil:t",,tni durin.,' a ■ .n\p| 



c/Ii. ials o! 
C'lin rntic.n 


iK n. 


b. 


Tiv (ii-puTed 
•111' fi\i- ir.illhiii 

re;ii bed its clini'.iN wl-.i-n ono 
minisii'i' fell to h^s death liiom 


olJ[l 


BETHEL A.M F. C'1??CH 

^511 W. 36th Street Dr Fred E StecHens, M nister 

Dr. Fred E. Steohens Preachinq 

8:00 A.M. — 'Rock, Rescje, (?:f i^e" 

11:00 A.M. — "When Life Is D f'icult" 

WED. 8:00 P.M. -MID-WEEK S£;<VICE 


\'cn.cc \'. 

: :;u p 

.n tiv 

Twain 

Thp 


i:ni < ■, i/'-n s <''>un.c i| of 
;k.:'.-> .:' a v in. i-rt at 
11. oil TliUisd:i\, Fi-:> 1\i 
,111 ::'"iiiim of the .M.aik 
lun. . H' -li .Sch'Kii 


SECOND FREE METHODIST CHURCH 

(CORNER OF 54TH ANO CIMARRON) 

Rev. Gerald Mikeis. Pjstor 

Sunday School . 10 a "^ church ,S»-v -ej "i a -n. 

1 Hour Sunday Evening Worship .. 7^to B p r.- Pra>?r 

Meetings Every Wednesday Ev»n r-g — - -i p.^. 

EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO WO-' =■ V. TH US 


REV. MADAME PEARL SMALL— On 

e of 

LouiS 

Ar 

.t s 

Btst Ps» 

;h.c 

Mediums, 

She can help you 

she tpCj 

the 

tr..tn 

,n 

all 

n ,i;te 

■ 

per. 

talning to 

bu^ness. love sn 

d n' r - / . 

Va- 

y-Ta a 

0" 

;itiO 

-S Rr 

na 

rngj 

by appoin 

tmert only. Hours 

—8:03 a.r-- 

. to 

- 3C p 

"n 

r^.l 

yl Su 

ndayl. 1 

10:45 a.m. 

to 9.30 p.m. 









6!5 EAST 

29TH ST. — 4523 

AVALON 

BLVD. 



AD 

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NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH 

47th PLACE AND SAN PEDRO STREET 

THI CHURCH IS THE MOTHER OF DEMOCRACY 

Rev. H. Mansfield Collins, Minister 

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 


D 


HOOPER AVENUE 4 | | GOSPEL CHURCH 

1318 E. Vernon Avenue 

Weekday Services Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 P.M. 

Sunday School\:30 A.M. Preaching at 11 A.M. and 745 P M. 

Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Toliver, Ministers PL 1-6907 

BibI* School open to all 4 nights a week— Rev. Pearl Toliver, Dean 


.\ii< n .\La.ntenanc e Com- 
;. ..'. Ice- ntly n. ived into mod- 
• "•n new quarters at 404-4IJK Pico 
i)vld The comp.an\. run by 
l.Io>cl C Aden, h is been at the 
Jiinie .Santa Moni. i lo. ,ition foi'' 
!■! >.-,i!s atrl h,i> spr\eci the 
communily witii a vuicty of 
cxi'ert ,s.>i\ 11 I's 

Mahalia Set 
For TV Series 

In 1 clc!>r.aiion of its \'yu an- 
nivcr^arv, laoadwav Fc'der.il 
.sa\.n^.^ and Ixan A.^.-iM-iaiion :s 
si)on>orin^ ihe Los .AnL'cle.s di-- 
bat of a r."w television series 
.M.ihalri Jackson Suits," This 
program premieres this coming 
Monday, Feb. 5. on KTl.A, Ch. 
.') at 11 p.m continuing; everv- 
.\e'kd.ly ni;,'ht, .Mond;i\' tbrougn 
Frid.iv 


Louisiana, 
Texas Rally 
SetatMcCoy 

A Texas an,| I/iuiNi.-ina Stiii- 
R.iT'y \^lll cliiT'.,i\ S.riday Feb 
1 al 1 "a [1 m. .i' M. I'oy M(mic>ri- 
al Haplis; Cliiinii. Rp\ . K. A. 
Andprson. n^.inJster. SrtJ K. -SBih 
street. Mrs. Ruth W.ishmKton is 
capt.iin f .r Texas, and Mi-s. Is- 
abell Wmston is the raplam for 
Ijouisiana 

The program for tiie cdosinj; of 
the Sra'e rally willbe a cuest 
artist musical Thjise [jartici- 
natinE: arp; Hindi Th ima<. I.. C 
Perkins. Mrs. Ruih Paillet. and 
Mrs. Maude Hines of I.os An- 
_'fles: Riibert I.eake of Santa 
Monica. Mrs. l)oia Hc«>ks of 
Monrovia: Mr^ l-i'hel Houston 
md Misn Lord' 1 Thompson ol 
Pasadena 

T:\^ Bap'ist Tra.r.:n_- rr.ii)n 
o'f .MrCov. expects all Texas and 
Louisiana friends and clubs to 
be their ^r,o~i^ 


iMii niei.e at Kan^.is ('lis I I'-i 
\>^,-o- 11- .' H .I:okNon, siic- 
. ess:iill\- Icid li.v 1 i.iini I i Pie 
I'li'--ideiii > I'lriHii'h a \oh f v.'le. 

A"- .0:: '•!'■ -;■< akcrs -::il.'d to 
ipp. ir .r i:!<- lotncn'ion v'.cre 
Ko. "i! o '1:1 Liiihin ' Kiiii: and 
P.o\- Wilk:::- 1 'r I'.pni.'min V.. 
M<>v ;ir i I 1 . \\o':.im 1'. )ld•I^, 
P.. A V. 11 JianicK jind Rev. 
S. .M. \\ea\ ,r 

A'so Rev. W .M. Bailey. Rev. 
s. A. .I.tme-, .Mrs Ldna Miten, 
Dr. .1. T. Williams and many 
othc , -. 

The business of completing 
Ihe or.;ani/alional structure with 
the elci tion of officers which 
were not drafted at the Nov. 
13 meetinf: at Cincinnati. 

NAACP Meeting Set 

Tr.e '-•■riia; •,.oei.j^_; .■' the 
Santa Mon.ca-X'enicc N.\.\CP 
will be it'dd on Thursda\ . l-eb. 
S at" S p n., '-at Ilv' New Be Ihel 
Baptist Church, fi:;:' lo'.Mks a\- 
enue. .A se. oncl mee'mu will be 
hi^ld cvi Fcl> ^^ wi'h Maxor. 
Mc(rarlhy as liie tuest sp<Mker, 
This session \\ ill lie held al liip 
Calvarv i:Uiicat!on Crvn'er. l.'itiJ 

..tl'il sTP'^' 


NEED HELP???? 

SISTER MARIA — life Reader . . . Help. love. Marriage, Busi- 
ness, sock or troubled Guaranteed help. 1819 West Adams. 
Phone RE 1-4005 


WIICOME TO THE MT. TABOR- MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Where No One Is Ever A Stranger. 6612 S. Western Avenue 
J. Terrell Stewart, D.D., Pastor E. V. Fields, Church Clerk 

9:15— Sunday School, 1045— Morning Worship; 
S:1S-Baptist Training Union; 7:30 PM-Wednesday Prayer Service 




HAMILTON 

REV. JOH-N 

METHODIST 

N. DOGGETT, 

rill lE-ri 1 __ 





JR., PASTOR 



Rev. 

.T"iin 

N. ti ^po-.f. J- 
3:0 a m.— 1 

■:,;ir'-h .S'-ha.-,! f. 

v,ki,-:E I'.:i;K; ■ t;. 
r .-Ml ,\K'S 

111 

^ 8 

Rev. J 

N. Li-.trt-ctt. J 

r —■■\.,.,.i. '.K Hi. 

;.' M.| li.i 1,-U I-MJ 

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, 6:30 p.m.— 

Methodist Youth 

Fellowship 



(330 

SO. 

riGUEROA ST. 

PLeasant 

3 

4S3S 



, MOMENTS OF DECISION — John and Vermya PhU- 
lips will enhance early morning spiritual listening with 
their Moments of Decision broadcast each Sunday at 
6:30 to 7:30 a.m. over radio stations KTYM, 1460 on 
AM, or KTYJ^I-FM, radio 103.9 on the dial. To gain 
in inspiration listen regularly for music, philosophy 
and news. (Adams) 


A Man With a Vision 



Elder J. E. Steward 

The St. Joseph Gospel Temple 
Church of God in Christ. Tha 
place wher* souli are bless- 
ed. Good Singing and preach- 
ing. Elder Steward presents 
signs of the Judgement. 
Everyone is invited 

11904 S. Compton Ave. 

LO 7-4543 



JOHN E. TUSQUELLAS 
Choice Meats for Your Table 
Milk— Lamb— Grain Fed Steer Beef . 
FARMER'S MARKET 3RD & FAIRFAX, LA 


Science Shrinks Piles 
New Way Without Surgery 
Stops Itch— Relieves Pain 


SOI^lST -- Annie Belle IXi- 
pree, will be presented in a 
I oiicen ;it .McCo\' .Mijmoti.il 
!'.:iptist Ch'iri h. so.' i:;. V'l'li 
^ti.ee', on Siui.i.^s, I-'id. Ii, 

Soprano Artisf 
To be Heard af 
McCoy, Feb. 11 

The Febiuaiy Ciul. ■ ■; I'le .M- - 
( "o,\- Men;,iri.-il l-;.ipt>! ("hareji. 
^0.' I-i -I'lth -.tieet, i.\in pi-eseiii 
ibo dran .i:".c >.i;i! .in <. .Annie 
r.elle Iniinee. in le, ii:il Sunda.N 
even.Mi.,- l-ib, 1 1 ;it ^s [i ni. 

Mr-.-. Liifiiee. a n-fnber ol 
McCcn's .Moment- o! Mediinii-.n 
Choir, ur.der Hie diiectiMn ,; 
.\ll:in .laekon, h.is made ni in\ 
-uccessful appearanc es in this 
city, as well as :ln other cities 
across the land. 

She received her e.irly voice 
traininr: in her native Tennes- 
see, which has been supple- 
mented by coachin,:? uniier na- 
tionally and intemationaily 
known instructors since she 
i-anie to the West coast. 

Tiie arti-t has pkit-ined a \:ir- 
led pro.qram of cla'-~ic ■-. semi- 
'-U.-sics^ vocul.iis ,-ii!(i -rent, Ill's. 
Rev. 1". .A .AndeVsan is ihf> p.is- 
I ir of Mc("riv Veh;-ia T. Lassitei- 
:- reporter for t;-ie ciiur.-h. 

AME Sponsors 
CORE Film Qf 
Greater Harvesf 

• Freedom Rides." CORK's 
nea- documentary film, will l)0 
premiered in 1>>S .An'jeies on 
h'eb. ]J at the New Greater Har- 
vest I'aplist Q-iurch, .'104 s 
Wc--tcrn a\enue 

The film is !-[K)nsorcd by 'he 
Social .Action Con-m-iitiee of the 
Afric.-tn Melhod>t 1-ipiscopal 
Church. 

The document. ir.v wid Iv rar- 
I'aied by ,James F'armi^r, n:iiion- 
,1 direeior of tX)Ri.. an.d is 
based u|H>n film footaue -hot 
111 th • -;)<«i b\ r ijoi Ic It \ 1- >n 
i '1 new - I ni les 


Tiiui--ilay. Fi>). S at 7 ::iu 
ic\ l-.arl C". Cotion. p;l^;o|• of 


:i.n:. services. 
.At ?,20 pm. the Hamilton 
rjo-pel Choir will pres(>nt its 


:li.-L/.c,-vB:,p„-t Church, Alii '"7"' ^.'^'7 -'l' P'--". its 
i;"v. L. .M C-ai-l.s .!r t,a-to,- ■"■'' "■'-'■^" ■'' "■ ^^"^ ^'^''^r. It will 
J the r;re.,t l!.,pe r.i;!,-:! ''■■■''"'■'' ■'!.''' >'>Jn.'^ll^nP , Gospel 
..•huich- Fridav. F. b 9 :it 7 .•;„ -^'"'-''''•'^ ^»<^ P-^v. A. Kdm.]nds 
;,,;, H,.v .;.'.,• ■; ILiidwck ^^"•''' '■'"" -^f'K'n'""''.^" and Rich- 
'.astor -.if the Pi-,,i>es' of Zl',i\ ■■"■'* ■'^pearrnan. The Chun h ofb 
;;:ipti^t niur. h. anl Rev. I). ' ''^■'."^' Cmdancr^ Chnm and the 
\V. Br:!diry. pa-tof of t he l.-nioii ''"■'''I''" -'i^' I'apii.-^t Church ui!! 

Pc'dro. 


Papti>t ("hu'-ch, 


__ _ ...,., "^ H-imd'on's <T,"oup in the 

On Sunda.v. Feb 11 at 11 a.m. . '""''-'''^'" y\' cording to. Mrs. 
Mr. IP. rice N. Mn\-. S'.ite la- -'''^^^e . M:ic C;;iy and P.ichard 
lectoi- of Cliri.^tian Lducalion of 'i't""n''-i" ''.^ "■'^jj '''T^' Pianned 
i!ie UV.,.tern Bapti-t .-^tate Cm- ■'"" r'^fi''"^h:nc:'nls foil., wing the 
mention, will be the Ruest speak- presentation. • 
'■'■• At 7 p.m. the Youth of the 

Church will share in the .sub- 

"I'sefulness is doincr ri:;ht!y district fellowship rally at Wil- 
liy y.iurself an.i others." .-hire Methodist Church at P!y- 

- -Mary Baker Eddy mouth and Wil.shire blvd. 


Observe Brotherhood Week 

McCOY MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

"Where Friendship is Catching . . . Not a Catchword" 

802 East 46th Street^ AD 1-4271 Rev. E. A. Anderson, Pastor 

Church School 9.30 AM. , Morning Worship 10 45 AM 

BTU 6:30 P.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. 


OBSERVE BROTHERHOOD 

FAWCETT'S JEWELRY 

Comp'ete Line Diamonds & Watches 

Same location Since 1934 

WE. 3-2121 4747 WEST WASHINGTON Los Angeles 



SEEi HEAR 

SUF?0;>T! 1 


"FREEDOM RIDE" 1 

A CORE Documentary Film to be Shown 

MONDAY - FEB. 14 - LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY 

8 30 PM - NEW G:?EATER HARVEST BAPTIST CHURCH 

DU 7-0213 ."^409 SO. V/ESTERN DU 9-4444 

' Rev T. M Chambers, Jr., Minister 


WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2230 W. JEFFERSON BLVD. / REpublie 4-1566 


\v,.<- 


: Vc .'s--- ,ri 
- '.;ii 'ii.eie— \ ■ -a ' 

■■•.•-■ 'ne.i.lKh C..lUc<'' 
111! :.■ H.. .: 


Bowen Memorial Methodist Church 

East 36th and Trinity Streets — Rev. D. Dewitt Turpeau, Jr., Min 

Worship Services 8:30 ana 1.1 A.M.' 
Church School, 9:30 A.M. 
-I Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. 


V.E SALLTE BP.OTHERHOOD WEEK 

DR. MORRIS P. ADKINS, DO. 
DR. MOSES A. ROBINSON, DO. 

— ?.» HOUR SERVICE — 
LU r "01 55SC DiiS'tf St L05 A-qe''f J.= 


BROTHERHOOD 
BELIEVE IT — LIVE IT — SLPPORT IT 

WOODMANS BARBER & BEAUTY SUPPLIES. 

Distribiitina Tike-n Shampoo and Magic Gro'oir. — Also Shoe Shin« 

Shins Suppi.es — Distributor of Ntw Day Product» 
42:?2 S. CENTRAL A V E N L E AD 3-9280 



BROIHbKHOOD 


Believe It! Live It! 

Support It! 

BELLFLOWER AUTO STORAGE & SALES 

17811 

S. Bellflower Blvd., 

Bellflower 


$25.00 Delivers Any 

Car 

ME 3-7531 


WA 5-4277 




New York. N. Y. (SprriaO- 

For the ftr^t time science ha.s 
found a new healing substance 
with the astonishing ability to 
fhrink hemnrrhnids, stop itch- 
ing, and relieve pain - without 
•urirery. 

In one hemorrhoid case after 
Bnother,"vcry .strikinj; improve- 
ment" was reported and veri- 
fied by a doctor's observations. 

Pain wa'? relieved promptly. 
And, while gently relieving 
pain, actual reduction or re- 
traction (shrinking) took place. 

And mo't amWzing of all — 
this improvement was main- 
tained in case.'? where a doctor's 
observations were continued 
over a period of many months! 

In fact, result-s were so thor- 
ough that sufferers were able 
to make such astonishing state- 


ments as "Piles have ceased lo be 
a problem'" And amonpr these 
yntTcrers were a very wide va- 
riety of hemorrhoid conditions, 
some of 10 to 20 years' sta-nding. 

.All this, without the use of 
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin- 
gents of any kind. The secret is 
a new healing substance ( Bio- 
Dyne^ •- the discovery of a 
world-famous research institu- 
tion. Already, Bio-Dyne is in 
wide use for healing injured 
tissue on all parts of the body. 

This new healing substance 
is ofTerpd in nuppositnry or o?wf- 
TJJCH' form called PrrparaUnn 
H*. .Ask for individually sealed 
convenientPreparation H Sup- 
positories or Preparation H 
Ointment with special appli- 
cator. Preparation H is soici at 
all drug counters. 






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PLAN 


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FREE INFORMATION Contact "CELES" KING, III 

4233 CENTRAL 

AD. 3-6161 
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BROADWAY FEDERAL SAYINGS 

presents 

COMPELLINa TBLeVISION 
ENTERTAINMENT 

MAHALIA 

JACKSON 

SINGS 

KTLA Ch. 5 Mon. thru Fri. 11:00 PM 
STARTS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH 

BROADWAY FEDERAL SAYINGS 

and Loan Association 
Broadwa^^5th^2^ngele^^^^^271 



INSURING TO 
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Phone Now . . . 

AD. 4-9025 

SYMPATHY 
WILL NOT PAY BILLS 


r"- 


CHAS. PAHERSON 


MRS. S. P. JOHNSON 
PRESIDENT 


OTHER FORMS OF , 
LIFE INSURANCE AVAILABLE 


4700 SO. AVALON BLVD. 



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6 The California Eagle Thursday, February 1, 1962 


^^. »4M^»»»»»»»»»»*»* ♦»»»»»» » »»».»JM^»*»*»»»-<MMM>-. 



'TeeTime' 


WITH 


Maggie Hathaway 

California Eagle Golf Editor 



Wo l-ia\e had Si> n;Mn\- CHlis.tht' 1- \p:iis 1he> luixe iwH^n u>- 
and Icttpii. in lefprciue t<> oiir|int: the nrwip'. 1 want la know 
(■(jliinu-; about Fo.\^illl^ ami thpiriwhy in this liay anci ti;r,i> we in 
.set;irjza?ed dubs lliat we are go-lL.A. have a problem hke that, 
ins '" Pi'int ""*" of the le'ters ['ve been in I,os Angeles IS 
for our lornplinipntirc reader?, years and I have noined thit 
But fn>t a query that a nv'.d- our people are so far l)ehind in 
er wrote ;ii anii a^krd ■ 'Did so main wa> - 
■A n-;Hle menihe'- nvpo aiiA'^i'^ Drx-ior'^. 'rai hei ^. !au ve, s an;; 
t.i ine imr.P o! 't-'r, 'uiiir ' i at- Ihi^ -o <-HiI.(i •-,„i,-t;, ■ proplc 
lei.'.pl lo i;fi .)(.■.■ l.i<ir>, e\- 111 mi' i .jiTirnunity ai'> -,.i:i.; ii 
lieavyweidh! > iia-rip, a .i^eiiiei - lie our leaders? If ^.i 'hi'\ ha't 
Kh:p f)iank se\ei-al \r :!■> au-o iM li, i.er >p.i!k up and piii our 
t::e Fox IIills Men s C'lr,i> and rase in ,\ iiMre la\oi dilc lii;!" 
was j-etused" 'If hi - is ti ue call or who are we Roint; ''> depend 
ami let us knoA . J >e, - ' upon" 

We also wonder if the Ver- 'Na:ne wiiliheld by 

nonere.st Women's Golf Club ' !-.'"'lf Pilnor' 
is geitin? ready to s[>oP.sor a . ' " , ^ 

Valentuie toumairient in ^'^^'"'"" » a/« 1 1 • %A/ If 
ary at F^)\ Hills know ins thai YVIilie WaiKer 
tiir i-"ii.\ rlubs are stlM ^s-^m'e- 
'_Mt.ivr. ' Vernon^'ii'^t is ,i,',e of 

tlie tpw Ne'^ro < kibs left there > wili... Uaikei. i:.'-i 1^.- A- 

;eie> ('oli'":e haltij.n ■<. ^^ -Ik-'d. 
oft \\\y\\ ins hands I'lli "i ''■.'[);> 
ies a' 'he annual i"'all A'hli'ii.' 
A-Aa; ds hamiue! iietd m 'lie ofw 
Ci>l!ef;e Siii'ie:i1 (".T.ier 

Waiker. \ ho pre\i"'isi\ li.-.i! 




Ex-Prep Cage Ace Makes 
Good With Globetrotters 


Gets Top Aware! 


And in._-:vlent;dl.\ . a ^\'eb kth>wn 
Or^enial . "died us i.) if.f^al :ha! 
i.o Oriennl rould ,h/in Ko\ 

I'rp letter- 
F'pa- Mr- Hatha'Aa;. ■ 

Are\ou .-a.Mim Iha' a;i mir :!;- 
£.e,T ",;;;n like a ■i.e.lua: doctor 
IS a~l<ir.c; '<'' keep a -zoV i-iiursp 
^f;■^r ri. es r.>L ]pi ,\p^''>es loin 
ihe,- i-lubs? M> ii It we a-e 
■"f-a'ly bad off. and we h.^ve 
rsv\p enotich 'o talk alH'in the 

Yon sirtied- \Vr.\' haven't 
ThP.\ senled the rat ;al tssup in 

Aggies Cagers Win 

The A&T Colletre A.iiCiPS oon- 

. I.nued tiieir wyinm^ wa>^ by 

\\n;r'?'.nc \'!'-;inia T'.if.n Tni- 

\e;?;'y. SS to T^> at Greensl>>i'o. 

The win ,£;a\e the .A^cies a 8-1 
run'erenee record. 9-1.'. o\e;all. 


w I m 


.\irilete ul 


"Baby" of the touiint; Harleni 
Glolx'trotters. who laee the 
Washincrton Geiierals at the 
.Sport?; Arena .Sunda.\' after- 
noons. -Feb. 4-11. is DaMd Hlc•k.^. 
one of the >ijiiii'.:esl pl;i\ers 
twer t,> p<>i(iirm for the roniedv 
(■.i'.;e le.tni. 

The ]9->eai-'ild lull-(u'l..:e.( 
Trotter is fresh out of hich 
s( hix>l and is one of the few new 
players tii make the 'varsit.v" 
without first beint; farnred out 
to aiqune e\p(^riPii' e and tin 
i\ir,i tricks of tile Tioitei 
'rade. 

lie i; fi ."i p. \.,,,o,slei friiv 
\e'.\ Haven, I 'onn . lofi h;s 'eain 
1,1 th-^ stale ha^k'-'bali ( iiani- 
pi'i'iship , 

He IS ri'iled ffir his dc\'"'ri';. 
..and . le\er b.dl-haiidiirii; as 'Aei! 
!as sharp sc orin;^ P.\e 
\ Hicks has woven hiiii-clf in 
'.Mdl with such \cieian Glolx'- 
irottcr slais as .\Uadowlaik 
l.emi.n M u r p h \ Summons. 
!,,rnia s clas^iesi rin- perform- Va/q.ic/. a pro since 1!MJ. I, i^ c.-lare'.ce Wii>..ii ami Tex Harn- 
;rs. ■ ees action "n Fri'ia.v ira'iv ' uis'andmL; \icloiies. The 
pir.'hi's ( aid at the Olvmpjc --lari'liait .s his kii'ickout o\c-i 

Coprl.rd. -vii • i.is been bcv '''■'"'' f""-""' '•' ''''''■ 
,•,_■ .n V.straha ;.id the Philp- \\'''^-''' '■"■ "'•' !"-">"") '- 
I'llK. -he !,.^i uv^. V'Mi-s. meci. l^' I-'""!^ . I'cl'IKM'hne (-..llc^cS Ha.k-t- 

\ 'lei ill !;.tb.\ Va/ijiie,: "f M.'\ ' '"•'H 'eani 'Uin-r.ily 't-H ,,n ine 

,, i> C'llv ' ■'■"' Hal!, a IrHrciic -'">.") [>.r.n'i s'M^t.n ar.'t -T :ii (°i,fei pik e 

Oi:'iiiai;'. Iioir Y\\\v .Mr'! f ■■,.■■ '"IiiIl, ( '"l!"jc la. kle, sured' rila • ti.avfi t. , s.-n I .jeji, !(.•■ 
CopiMand lias \\i:i~ '>ver I'el,,:i .. . iic-\ I'ai tw"li''ll '-.'inract w ii'i .ic'i'in Kiid.i.\, 1 .i', 2 in tlr 
i'-iA.in'.-- P..a\ H.'ii.i-, Hilb ■!'<■ F'a 'ii:" ,\: _ ,.i!.iii;s !''„ 'i.T ( 'r< 


BOM'S BABV - 19-yoar-old ex-Jonlan High pitch- 
ins; acf i? pirl'.ired with Aiiirel sioiit Willie Hariis 
VMii) si^iu'd Bobby DHrwiii to a if|)ort(.'d .Siio.tXJO 
irtis biiiiu-s eoiitract l.'fsl week. Uarwin a light 
handti \m11 be as.signed to tlie Angels" Ft. Worth- 
DaJls flub and wiU re{)oil lo spring drills at Palm 
Springs. 

Auburn Copeland Headlines Boxing 

.\uiiurn t'^'peland. 'Hie of C"ah- liiomas a. id I^>.\ .laiobs. 


Waves vs. San Diego 


Tickets for the two SiX)rts 
.\rena ^ames ate obtainable ai 
the S<juthern California Music 
Co . 7\- >. Hill St . and all Mii- 
iiial 'icket a s; p n c 1 e s iM.\ 
T-l.'lX'. 

LA. Blades 
In Hot Chase 
Keeping Pace 

1 ^f pite ine 1 .1,-ii of iinii; h-- 
ih-» 1., A. Blades Hocke.^' team 
.i'S been al>!e lo keep pace in 
.\\p liot Western Hix-key League 
• base. 

Sime the fii>t of the \ear. 
be Bia'tps ha\e wn five, iied 
'>ne and lost one of seven 
i.;ames 

The Blades aie :n the South- 
■ in I In :,-ion'--- UiU'l pli:< e, si\ 
j'.'iinis ati^'ad "I the Seals, 

Tia '.■ i.'i\f ; ii,'"s schi'duled 
,;t Ibc ^p'rrK ,\r'"i,i on Feb 1 .'' 
V,. 'Jl and L'2nd. Tickets ti> all 
h nic >.: ones I.o e mi sale .'.' bie 
Snoits .\rena; ilie S'l fa! Music 
I '■■ aid Mi.s.r i;\ St. ,'■■-■- 



RACING 


WITH 


George Ramsey 


RAMSEY 


SANTA \.\ITA, Saturday, 
Feb .3 'he .)Utstandinii race vviU 
''p ihe Santa Mar^.inia Handi- 
cap lor olil('r filiies and. mares 
!ii 1'k miles^ and has an addeii 
value of S.-)0.000. All in all it w*il! 
lie a great day for the lovers of 
the sport ot kinus. 


BKALITFUL 

CALI f:\TF. 

IX 

01 .U MKXICO 


Or'e ticket h' 

Id(;r. unident 

itied 

It ihe end of 

the ! a runt; 

pro- 

■lam parlaye( 

a 'SIH mu 

iiole 

icK.et int" S.\\. 

]i..'.l.'n last S 

aiur- 

liay in ihe ."-Hi 

public hand 

-•a[i- 

.. 'i:: contesi ; 

1 Cahente Race 

Track, 

' 


Because of t 

(le abundanc 

p ot 

')utsider.s that 

t. imped b 

line. 

there, ueip onl 

^- \1 tickets 

lam- 

in<; ii\e winners correctly 

an.l 

each rea[«"'d a 

healthv < onsola- 

ti'in pa.Mir; off 

S|I81.2(I the 

w m- 

•linj numbf.'rs 

were 1-1-7- 

'.-4-i; 

The :i-10 pool ',' 

lo^sed SBft L'T 

1. 

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li"! .vniNi; M.Aix. Lookout for: .' 
swJ:i:■l■ c-KR CKK. M.v lr;gsiicit'v 

f'lSi; Mi TRIPI,E. Be-.rf^r Ihan 

r;Oi-M 
r.Ni'l.K DII-;HY. \\y sleeper. 

* • « £ ■ 

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1 l-ri-: Ki.'V. Extra gporial. 

'■.\P.f>l. li.vrr. Tli.iR one can fly. .,- 

) I M:\DI.KR, r,,i,iii,g hack t,oo<i. 

';fu:.\T '-(jiRActl-:. Tbi" one \m 

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l"',s PISTOT.LOS, Xfpded Ust 

lArc' 1,'th "jte. 1 1 

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Kia:!' THi.s iaii,T-MX poR 
; ' i:'i!!i;i: iu;Ki-:i:r;.\c-i: as jT r 
■ '.vi.y \ppi:ai'.s iv thk cai.t- ■ 
Ki'ii^i.x i;.\':i,r: "fx .vxn o.v 

Vil i;' XIA\S.ST.\NU T. VERT 

!:\'-|\'; I^■\^ K' 'P. TIM-; BHST 

\ rin: si.iKT i.F KIMJP IT'S 

: Ml-; K,\':!.K 


Annual Cage Tourney 

.\[ii>i.( ai.ons are now heme ac- 
ifl'ied fi,r en'ries in the nnnual. 
^';inbc'r. r,e-'tic .\s'-0' lation of 
the .\rnaieur ■Athletic ''nton. 

! III! It's ,ipd rosier^ ; : e due 
?)v Feb. 3. iind should ''p mail- 
i-ri 'o I.\nn D. Hrtinian at 450 
X'. < :■! ,^nd. I. .A. jJ. ' 


Let's Do It With 

THOSE COnON BOYS 

LIQUORS 

Western Av«. at 35th Pian 
RE. 1-1320 


h Ty.i s- in .'.\ mr.a;i- > pi I'Vd 
himself a -a inner also .n \fu,\- 
r.a|i 

Tlie foi mer ' ie''i'r.i "i.;h' 
siar w.,Mi Me Forinc' av\a.il as 
outsiaiuiuitr at'nlele ,,r uie fall 
sepits'er. 'he La\vS'>r: le^eleis 
award as "hack-t'i-'he-vear. ' 
and 'he co-capta:ns troph\, 
I>>onard l^vs. \w>n the lineman 
of-ihe-year honoi.s. 

Most valuable fisaib.ill player 
was B'loker \\ ashinL:toii, and 
mos; iniproved. .lames .iack^or 
Co-Captam alor.< witii V. ilkci 
was Frank .Alrierete. 

The Rot.Rry Club Sci-'Varsbu. 
trophv for fiwtball pb.vers w.is 
awarded to Ple.Mial'io \'alen- 
zuela. 


Lucerne 


n 


Grade "AA 
Butter 


pr oH^c^ a\ you can buy 

C^^'jrr-eJ Freih DiSily H^t 

Ic-qe' lait.og fr^iHneik! 


-White Magic- 
Liquid 

Bleach 


"A<j* D«t(»d ' (or Fr^ih- 
Prodoc* 


liracle Washday— 

Tide 
Detergent 

Hsavy Du-ty Laundry Prod- 
uc* — GoU Clo*hei WKiter 
«nd Brighter ' 


— Qualitj^Product — 

Kleenex 
Napkins 

Ca%u«\ S^y'* — Ai»of+pd 
Co'ori Add^d S*renqtl» 


•fresher" Coffee- 

Maxweil 
House 


C*-oice 0^ Regular o» Drtp 
P ^f? A\*ay s Good T© 
The L«it Drop "? 


t — Vermont Maid — 

Table 
Synjp 

Family S^yl* — Fof He* 
C 4 k « I or W«fflM. S« 
-^ o-o-od loo! 


NEW METHOD! 

Phons DU 8-7048 

Unnar,, Ferscra! P'ccle-"!, 
C-'ands a^-d a;! C:,-"-a! .'.bar- 
ters. Young Dr. ir.vtes '..'-..s- 
ual caie''. 

— RESULTS — 

Consultation Confident si! 

3l56 Wilshire Blvd. Room 13 





BEAUTIFUL 

CALIENTE 


IN OLD MEXICO 

SATURDAY and SUNDAY 

^ WITH THE 5-10 

EACH DAY 


Pro Grid Loop 
Signed Three 
Grambling Stars 

.ler' v P. ibir.s^n. H'ia irri \b - 
CfrA<.an ar.d ] a: >n Sir.;ri,n-. fr' :: 
CtramtbnE: College si. nf,| p',> 
fessional toi>tball con'ravis las: 
week 

Robin.-i-n and M r C o w a n. a 

pair o: slashmt; baifbaiks. 

sii;ned v.i:h the '<--<n Oiefjo 

Chart'^rs of the Ameruan t'lxA- 

\ ball I^^aKue. 

S miT.or.s, a ..ll-Do;::id i;uari 
^.le^led on me '^ fie .\ll-\m> 
can I'vm. \'.i'l play v.ji'i the 
Dair..- Te\ Jiis ne\i >eaN. i 
v.hi';h IS also in 'he AF!, 

Robiiisor. s'-orod 13 •'lucb- 
d''''. n< anri i;auied i^t)9 ;. o'ls in 
^ 1(1 trai-^es last s.-a^^.n. He ■..'■i-is 
!S9 piiunns and nir;^ U)" Tii- 
^ yard 'lash in '' T 

MrCA'.an. a l^,'l pv.uiidei 
■w ^aiiiffl r,:i .\ a ;- i i ■ -''•'■ 

•hree 4ain.''s hii ", - ■- >'• '■: t:u- 

V* ir.os' ni'_:^ed ba'i-r;ir: i'''^ m t'" 

^4)iirn".e>ie 11 (.■::n;'-reii .■ la-' 
^ lall. 






Superb 

Leg O' Lamb 

• So'eway A^ed • Sofeway Guoranteed 
• Sofeway Trimmed • USDA Choice — On.y 


Stiort Shank 


(Whole or 
Half) 


lb. 


59 



Save 91 'on 


A SI. 00 Size 
New Helenc Curtis 

Suave 

Shampoo 


—Here's How— 

9j» Tht J I 00 BoH-ie trom S»*ew«y 

For Only 59* 

Send Your Label In To: 
I-. .-. Co- . \----.f ,. >f 
= = . -50 - -,=. . • ■,, ' 

for Yo«r 50 Cent Refund I 

Your 
Fino' Cost 


9 


THOROUGHBRED, .,K^, A W^C 

Wmmk.Q Teams 

I I RACES EVERY It 3 

'L"miMT. i' - Meet Friday 


Dubuque — 

Fully-Cooked 

Canned 
Pknics 

Save ^'Ic 

434.1b, 

can 
anish Horn 


$098 


2 


and rlavortul 


Save 5-Jb.5 
SI .00 


ca-1 


4 


98 


Lamb Shoulder Roast 


Pre-Carved 
Sliced 'n'Tied |b. 

Lamb Chops ':..:.«, ' * 59* Rib Lamb Chops .':•>. 
Siriom Chops r/?;::: ^ 79- Smafl lamb Chops ": 
Breast of Lamb e;;.v:: .^10- Lamb Shanks V:;,'.' 
fresh Lean Ground Lamb 


39 


.89- 
.98' 
»33' 


25 1 


unii-iMl 1 ~ the ''ide r.' ,; ■• 
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*^ GREYHOUND RACING Sp, > ^o^a 

3 NIJJHTS WEEKLY ^^ ,;-,-,,- ,,;„„ ,-„ ..,p , o.n b,'- 

V. FRI.-TSAT SUNDAY ^ f, , „ , „^ -, ^., ^ , ,^^, :.,„,^ 

Big Quinela Fn., Sat., ,, , ,.. , . , , 

VV Sun. Nites ^ ■^^•" '"^ "'''■"--' ''"■ ''^' '■'■",' 

49th on SAT & SUN. '" "-;. "i '-■I^ o pla-- aid iiaiiona! 

^H -(A ■(■'■".;:, ii . n for the iilth iiinki'ii 

% V>.C learn, 

y^. •«» Th'- wilili*' ibe fii-i cif !h"e 

JOHN S. ALESSIO re. m .: s 

^ Executive Director ^ '--^f "•''n;.-. T>\o other -ames 

are S' heduleri lor i'eb. I'i-IT, 
also in the .SjHirt.s .■\i(iia. 


Rath's Sliced Bacon 
'•:,::,:-,- 2C9& 
Hormel Sliced Bacott 

59 


Mk 
9*% 


Game Hens 
All-Meat Franks 
Veal Steaks 
Kold Kist Steaks 
Finnan Haddie 


USDA Gr«de A 

-henjndcah Roc« Corn,iK 

16 to 18 oz Mm Sii« 


Safeway at 
W .,00 1 
C»rti(red 

Ge -tbfre 
Apprci. 4 bo'^'^'etb 
cutieti p»r pound 


S^ct 

BMf 


Smokod $«4 food 

D«!ici«»« St»*m»d, 
Boked or Fried 


3r 

79 

* 49' 
.98 

.59 


Bel-air Vegetables 

— Economy Size— 

Whole Kernel Corn 

Mixed Vegetables 

Peas & Carrots 

Creen Peas 

2 p^^.- 49° 

— Sef-air Regular Size — 

Whole Kernel Com 

Mixed Vegetables 

Peas & Carrots 

Creen Peas 

610^1. SI 
pkgs. ^ I 


— Wong's Frozen- 
Chinese Dinners 


Help uj cel«brat* Crrn«se New Year? 
<}+ Wong t February 5 thru 9 ' 

— Dinners — ii ^%c 

Spare^ibi Sulii Yaki, SHrlmp 
Chrw y/^'-f^ 0-- Can^onesa e^ 

— Requtors — Mf^ 

Cn.clcrn Csop Suey. Fti»3 R.c«, mm^W 
5~ect S Sou- Poric or each ^ » 


.49 


HurrnT— Hurry— lait 2 wcdn t9 c> 

y«tir s«t of Home & Hiqh School | 

lliustnited EiKyc:opedia ! 

$ Dollar Buys $ 


Cm 


Gropefntit Jttict sw.m^ nx.^ 

Hunf J srKed Pe«cW» xJL'lIt^ "cilT 

Hanfs Peeled TwiwtoM "^ "cT 

Pork aiM BeoM k t.»m*s*>0 - cm 


4 « »1 


ChoKe 


( d' Haker> 
Buy-of-Hie-week 



Ow Goorantc* 

a.c» lie-"* »^i t»f»« I* Yo«' 
. d.l.c.ou> 

It will Mot C*st Yra A C«a«. 
Saffwny GuaroottM Itl 


Angel Food Coke 

Mri. Wright's Cherry Iced 17-OI. ^Q' 

Frtthly baked with totctout icin^, six* ^#7 


( 


Macnish 
YL 

SCOTCH WHISKV 

Very Light . . Very Luxurious 


^^. ^-j Blended & Bottled by Robert McNishS Co , Ltd . Glasgow. Ccotland 

86 Proof •Webster IntematioMi ImporU-Los Angeles -Sole Agents 


( (Save 10-) 
Rg Newton Cakes 


Fresh Donuts 

29c 


Fresh Coffee Coke 

..2 29 


Mri. Wrigh+i Be*r CUwi — 
^ ch 4 Tasty — Warrn 'n Se 


«I9 


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S^ifczivij Produce - - ''Freshest '* in Tozvn! 

Temple Oranges 


u'ljared or ?\^ t 


pk9. 
of 

13 


All Butter Bread 

^kylam Baked ~ith Pure BuHer. 1S-«I. 


With a (laky, erup like crujt. 


loaf 


25* 


B d br 


Mk 


Hash Brown Potatoes =..V.::',„,2 U;: 29* 



Gerber's Cereal 6's > 
Gerber's Assorted Cereals 
Getter's Hi Protein 




P-« cos>»d 


39- 
29- 

"' 2s' 


•:,19c 
•^r 23' 


f»f W*.ght W«tch*r« 




Dtp*f<d«bl« 
Me^.l•^Old Cita"«r 


*j:39- 

w„27' 


Dietetic Tuna 

Personal Size Ivory 

Spic and Span 

Spaglietti and Meat Balls 

Peanut Butter s.^::.: ^IZ 57c S»T S7c 


It-ei. 


IV 


oy *• D«« C««^ '♦ 


U.S. Nb. I Easy to Peel 

and Separate — Thin Skinned 

Sweet and Juicy 


Pink 


2lbs.iL9 


Grapefruit 

'"10 


Florida Indian River 
Marihptnk Se«dlesi 


Bonanas ^^i^Sr l^TS 
Potatoes ir. 10 say 
Gr^en Cabbage h:;!-. 6' 


Hungry Jack 
Perfect taste and texture. 


PAY AS YOU DRIVE - SMALL MONTHLY PYMTS. 

COMPLETE AUTO INSURANCE 
LOW AS $70 If Good Driving Record 

FIRE — THEFT — LIABILITY — COLLISION — LIFE HOSPITAL 
PLAN _ RISKS-— DRIVERS WHO HAVE BEEN CANCELLED - 
FILING UNDER AGE AND OVER AGE DRIVERS — HARD TO 
PLACE — MADE ^FOR THOSE WHO HAD LICENSE REVOKED 
OR SUSPENDED. 

CAL-SALB INSURANCE CORPORATION 

3933 South Vermont Avenue REpublic 1-2106 

Opposite Coliseum 

Open baity 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. — Sat. 'til 5 p.m. 


Buttermilk Pancake t^ix 

Assorted Dried Beans - c-:^^^^^^^ ^15 

Best Buy Swiss Cheese 

Hunt's Tomato Juice 

Lucerne Orange Juice 

Large Grade "AA" Eggs 


lb. 
pk* 


2.01. 
Pk9. 


A mild cFieete wi*K a distincttva flavor. 
Real nut-sweet flavor— -SaUway Guaranfaad. ^ 

Rich in flavor and mineralt. 
Juica squaazed from fully rip«nad 32-4C 

freih tomatoet. cm 

Re^raihing T«st« 

PicK in t0t. 

Vi+amin C ct». 


'T'eaii O' th» Crofr— Scient'fical'y 

^rad'Kfd — Carefully lalected *ia 

qualify checked a* every step to 

brin9 you b«tt«r •^gs. 


39 
29 
69 
19 

vr 

49 


Low, Everyday PRICES a± Sa-fewavS 


C&H Granulated Sugar 
Scot Toilet Tissue 
Pillsbury Enriched Flour 
Baby Foods 'it 2 ^ 23 


Pure 
Cane 

WKita. Blue 
Yellow or Pirvk 


AII- 
Purpose 

Gerbc 

Straine 


5 i 51* 
5i^59" 

d S "^ £i 


SPCCIALS EFH STIVE— ThMV. Fri.. S«t.. Sua.. Feb. 1, 2, 3. 4. 1M2 
or Ixd Sofeway Slvres 




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Thursday, February 1, 1962 The Ca!ifornia Eagle — 7' 


California Eagle 

NEWS OF SOCIETY 


\\T:LC()MF, to THK FAKTV — shown dui iiij: Ihe Exceptional Jackon and Ruth Ballon. Top low: Juanita M. Mitchell, Karl 

ChildtT-n's Heme's hn'gcst (Uiblir relations nicoting Sunda\- in the (irant, and Kirola ("halnins, P.culah Sandris, Catherine Prince and 
new Candelabra Haii are front, from Ifft : Bca Robinson, h. V. \\. H. Chalmers, re[)ifsentnis the Two Xo » (;iub. (Voungi 

Eighty - Four Organization Representatives Attend 


Childrens Home's Public Relations Meeting 




I 


PKKSK\TI\(i CHK(K — Among the 
fu'St sniipnrters nf ih(» new Kdiiia- 
tiuna! ( iijidanit.' Assixiatiuii and Ri-- 
s<'ai'ih protriani 1i:>tiiu.i>-d at the K\- 
cepiional ( 'hildt.'ir,-: Op|>oi tiinily 


."^ehool .shown donating' a check for 
in Candi-labra Hall, are from left: 
IJennh- W. V'aushn, .luanila M. Mitch- 
<ll. .~i i-.'iil die cTnr who receives Check 
trom Mis. Fannif \'auj;hn. (Young) 


1 .' 


\K\V HOPrl.S. M-:W FUIF.N'DS—Mi-n^bers of th( 
Bluejavs Deaf Bask' iball team with then- coach, girl 
friends and wives are- .-h.;wn with John Thomas, e.\- 
Lightweight boxir.'^' <hamn and at jirest-nt California 
boxing ofticia! and ;^ ■ resentative of th( Four Rose.s 
Conir-'"'. ' ". ' ■ ^■■"! Crant. s- v- nth iiorn !'*'t. 


The gicjufi were .special guests of th<- *■ 1 'iub repr'i-- 
sentatives attending the HxceptionaJ Chili.iren's 
Home Sunday. Then warm smiles and frnndly man- 
!.<■': made a b>g hit with e\eryone attending and to 
th> ni I*^rl was a juarl. i Young i 



AIDS hLi ivi.i^.s' i.Al:?Sl".; — Aiembers of the Ser- 
rells are shown low;-.:;-,o; over price list for basketball 
uniforms. They wt ri among the contributors to help 
buy uniidrfiis for I'lu- .Ml-Xegro Deaf League squad. 


Pictured from left KUw .Janici^: L)i( k Parker, coach 
of the team; Maggie Kllis. Fidelity Club: Margaret 
DwiK r. P'idelity Club: and .lohn Thomas, sales refire- 
.s.nlative for the Four Roses Company. (Young) 



■t.>, ■-, !„-•: i O' 'I.I' i \- 

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i-\ ~. :..-■: .-11 '..\.',! Tl.- J- ;,ir_.-'-t 
imS':.- ••■lHt!"i:^ ir."'"i:iL' ;;: ^r\ - 
t'l ,il '. I- r - .->tin'';r :i!'i'l n- « ill 

■ •1 tl',' ::'! .'I ■'..iiii-'-'i ( ■ .--.ilcl- 
.liii.i li/'.i'. .!'.'■* S I'.i' i.i'ivv i> . 

.s,,- >■ idti ^..I'^i.- :••[!? P.-.11I- 
iri'.' - ) ^. ■ ■.■ 1, I i'> ii .eiii rh.ii it\ 
(! ll-, .iK." I.'il, 

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;:ir _'. r .;> "t ir.f -i !..■■ 'I ■- :;. in\ 
[.' • . ;i '1'!)- .init li'i'.v f,M ''iti'i I i~ 
l>i :. ■ 'iKKJf III l.iun. !i .in 1 liii- 
< ;iiii.:..il ( iiiul.iPi •• .\^-iii i.eiiin 
^inil Flr^'Mii h [ir'i.-i .1111. 

. Ih" f.'i.Ail piii-iHill wM 

I'olM^I I'f tlHIIllITJ till' Viici- 

iii.:Kil Di.iifmi^jii . til*' teaching 
i)f 1 rill mi;, uniiii;^ and ariiii- 
iiii'iii ; inri Ifstinp: and roun- 

.vcllli'J t'.'l lilf SUlllP4V).v nf thp 

s< !">«.' 

Tlii'-i' .Nt^i '^ !i 1^ iii.i [)i .ii;r:i:r..'i 
V. lil .il^. ill 111*.'! .'li I., Mil piir- 
rii'- iiid -iiuli'.nu 111 111'' <i.ii'h 
I.I •-■ .\;..'''''v I, i!iMiiini\ 

\ ■ ,, _ ' •■ 1:| vl i.i ir,-,i >• 
::.'■ in. : li ^ i[';>p; ' ^n '..i^ V-'i emi 
;ii iijfi I ',' ( ; •• M; I'.i'Hr.n' U I'l- 
li-i.'i! \'.i'..''in o". ';i-r "' 1 i'V 

it'pii" sii.ip .it :■■ :\: w \V:i-h- 

■ Tl f t 1X1 H\ 111 . and Mr.^. 
WiiiLilin. p!.>n-.:ncr.r i airrcr in 
T.r I'/CvfTly Hill"; .nron. 

riif (iiHplr pi osf mod M;.- 
^';' '..oil f\i-i- iii'.f diroi'iir nf 
•■•1." «, '[...i!. '■. Ill', a I he. k f"; 
' ^l.'iit !',. 'Ill II e V.ui.liis h.e. • 
, .,' II ::Mi:i'ii fi tN'l'. Ill I'l'T'i.iin- 
r\ 1 !l.-ii ;':•--; tl (I lir.Ml .11 -^ 
T,' i'.Iht- <>' III!" Sii k!o I'ril 
i-'. iiiiii.e I- 'v. 

i',1'1,.1 !■ i|ii- irri liPi.' I'liiii'ii 
Ih.iiil :i;('iTil)fr> 'iiL-'ii 'h'- 
Liir-'s lo puicliH^P In ki'K ii; 
ii!iii i> lor ihi'ir ' i.><>du ill 
l-;r.Mkf.i-l M h.-.lui.'d fur M.t;. 
IJ .It Uir 'J^(' .M.iikr; "i 
.SiiiiHi I...^ \nL:i-l.'.-; It v.i'l !)(' 

.-fll .I'i-MiU-i .llU'.il hlT.lkll-t 'iT 

HTi 1 I'l "s. Tlio ni;iiket will dn- 
iijtr till" hri'.ikl.'i^l f'>r "huh 
.")<)iHP tiikct-^ Mi'o ;i\ .uhililo. 

.\t iho niiulusiun of the 
Ivi.ed iiiortinc. 'ho J-.-ieies 
>:ri>', ,n'd ".Ahip" Ri>l)in>on. 
Mi\:im .'w ImvI. inli I'llni'i'il 
(,>■'( '.o; ill ix'i s.iM.ilitirs. nil Iml- 
UK l.''i' t',irKi-i , Mill iif 1 'Ilk 
F.iikci . i..i-~kfth,-ii| riiuh, .-tnii 
inriehn.s ul Hip l-;i'jeia\.s Cluh 
of Ihp IX'.i! 

I>oi',Tu.sp Npc:io draf plHvers 
aiP hairfd from other tp:<ins. 
the Tcini was oi i:ani/pd and 
Mr. PHikor hpiamp tliPir 
c.Hih Ff'i- !liP uptoniins: sph- 
siin tliP toain is badlx in nped 
iCoriunupd on Page Si 



*'*"i^ 


llAVI\(i FIN — Al. It Xi-rdi'll Younu 
h.appi lied by \'.i^-n ihiie m'Miibers of 
till- Fun Fen:t!!es Cl'ib Aire [lassiiig 
thi' buffi t t.'iiilc at tn,' Kxi rpiional 
Chi'dri-ns H'ltn.'s hni'd ir.iMtni":. 


;i'h( y are Lor. aine Major, Eleanor Jo- 
seph and Klaiiie Donald.son.' .Mrs. Al- 
i>-rt Ciusin, eofft e hostess, m back- 
i^ri'iind. 



LKS BONNES AMIES — Members representing their 
. organizations are ^hov\ai relaxing following the 
.j^ board meetmg of the Exceptional Children's Home 


in tne CandJe-Li^t Room of Candelabra Hall Sun- 
day. P^rom left: Qaiice 0"Bannon, Betty UndervN'ood, 
Lovie Austin, Kaje Builon and Costella Allen. 


Candelabra Hall 
Schedules Events 

Sandy Sanfoid. nianaser of 
the new ('andolabrh Hall and 
('andleliKhl Room at 5729 S. 
Bn)adv\;i.v announced the fol- 
low nm eviMit.s for ihp month of 
Fphruaiy: 

Feb. 3 Zenith Chai-ity and 
So«i.il Club ChilleriinK and 
Chiikcn Twist Danre starling 
at 1 p.m. 

Feb. 10— Danrp and Show, 
Lanier and Bridce's Promo- 
tion 

Feb. 11- LadiPs of Paradise 
Social and Charity Club. Ini., 
St. Valentine Day Breakfast 
from 9 am. until 3 p.m. 

Feb. -4 Sir Dobutepis 

D.iiue from 9 p in. until J a.m. 

FPb. JT Harbor and Beau- 
ti( lans banquet starting at 8 
p.m. 


ANTIQIK I Oli IHE KOAI) — Isu- 
ally antique nit-ans belonging to a for- 
nvr age. However Karl' Crant is say- 
ing it belongs to the modern age to 
friends following; his .son.sationai |>er- 
formance for the Exceptional Chil- 
dren's Home's guests and board mem- 
b^>c Pu'T^av Pietiirod with the sutxn" 


entertainer ate: J(X» Lewis. /;ity play- 
ground director; Sandy Sandford, 
manaser of the new Candelabra Hall; 


.lohn Thomas 
mellow .\ r. t i 


prime booster for the 
irj.up label of the Fou'' 
Roses Comp.my and Troy Trosclair of 
Sterling Products. '- (Y'oung) 


K-. "> 


Bill Sm 


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Dolli do/if-r l'.i-\M.- vVi-ek- 
endod in I'aini sjii inu.'^. Tlio 
.litnniy Lui-asos illihhioi >_;.a\e 
a .Sat. night part.e tor NYnrk- 
pr O'Connor Ilolnie.^ who is 
enroutp fo Hawaii without a 
care in his wellrcushioned life 
.Mrs. Mo/olle .Moore ilS»^lo\pd 
Chappie Bryant was her 
daupjhteri was buried Mon 
Angio Nicholas , marks lixl;iy 
iThurs I a.s hrr birthday. Clem 
Lewis mark.s the ,3rd as his 
birthday. 

Krnest Ln^hnicr. tim first 
NcKi'o \ UP-pi,inii;iiil ■'-t Wads- 
wdftii School. hc^,an his duties 
Mon. Rei;cie Hcane dei id> d to 
replace .Manhattan with LA. 


..^ .,f M.ii,.i. Meieavth iL.t.l. 
ci's let; cast '\\ as rcmovrd and 
she's ucltuii; about even bcitcr 
nnw ; she hi'oke a toe '.\h!le 
cliasint: her cat. Tony Hill 
lionie fioni Chica, and S K. ' " 
A FKACiK.ANT KISS 
l.uiille and .1. D. Leonard 
had their crowd of tavorite 
people in .Sat. for pai'ty-lime. 
Lola Bra vers hir1hda\s Sat.; 
i.'ji. Kdith .Jones' ihirlhdays 
on the .-)thi housefjuest.s are 
the Neal Bryanl.s of Columbus, 
Ohio: he's a cousin of Kdith. 
I'tip Clias. ilcniy .Muriavs are 
cnlertainij-.:: then- niece, 
(iladys Ciiepei . 'aIio i> ihiv*. al 
Palm Springs. Seattle s 


(.!. flies .\o.)ms was, in town ' 
liiE'iiis aunt's funeral. 
J\atie Murray is J.he serr«- 
t-Vtial .Tppointee ishe'.s The 
"lirsi"! who now i« in the 
'ottjce of .Supervisor Kenneth 
Hahn. .\ fi'agrant kiss on the 
rlteek from ebullient Marge 
Ho'.vard durinc intermi.ssion in 
the Biltmore Theater lobby re- 
veals she leaves Sun. for N'YC' 
and Bermuda, Puei-to Rico 
and two months in Haiti; she's 
t.ikiiiK a house at Oak Bluffs, 
Mass. lor !he entire summer, 
\eiiats more. "I'm recoveiing 
ti'otr a hiisi.'d romance," she 

'.Conunued On Page 8) 


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8 — The California Eagle Thursday, February 1, 1962 


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ZENITH CHITTERLING TWIST— Fashionable Ze- 
nith Club members are elated over the response they 
are receiving for their upcoming chitterling twist 
party this Saturday starting at 12 noon at the new 



VOiXitJl bi'iDiLM — Soutii Park 
Playground director Joe Lewis, center. 
gets first hand information from Irv 
Kaze and Arthur (Red) Patterson, 
Angels and Dodgers publicity direc- 
tors, respectively, when he visits the 


Oxnard and Ventura 
County Happenings 


By Frankie Nash Smith 


ford, left, rcpjesenting the Exceptional Children's 
Home, turns over a list of organizations that pledged 
to support the affair. Members ai-e Eula Earles. Eu- 
lalia Evans, Jolm Ella Davis and Christabel Jacobs. 

(Wilson) 


Chitterling 
Twist Slated 

I'lly li.iifs in the nnw Cnn- 
.!.-l.ihr:i H.ill. ">TJ9 S. Kioati- 
u i\. will U' t>;niiint: bn.rhtly 
!■' iM 1_' n-"!! Siuinl.iv. Fob. 2, 
i::i:;l lii'^ • \'. oc h'jiirs of the 
l;; "■■lii." 

i'ho i<mm/I1 is that Ihi- P' ifv 
ul.M- /C'^n.Mi Cliil> will \>p .slas- 
i:-^ lis lust [puhl.c. [liirticipa- 
ti. n I'.i nt i.f Vw'.J. The purpose 
rvr.Mt Is t.) r;iisi' funds 
• i.xct'i'itioii.il Chilciiens 

S I'lU S"«l ll'lO SC-llK.ll. 

iiii:-'o ur ihi' a'f.iir is 
'■I'h.tK rlin,' T\\ ist." at 
\\li:ih ct'.iMi^ihn.-N -ind soulh- 
ern (.■<■.! , hi. k'-ii w'll \f s^ild 
all diinr, : the ■ifiprf'xin.'even- 
ir.j nr 1 n'_(ils 

]!< iiinri.'.n^. li.irtiT.s. clerks 
ttr.'\ bii = ,i"'-^s:iiPti ;'.ion'_' HroSfl- 
\\ !\. y-'.n <,in FV(iro and 
A\.:l)ti Ir'i'ii \'.nT<in to Slau- 
giin .■'■o m\'it*>d dui^ng their 
liir.ii h'lijr 

In fharce of the ( oi>kinf; is 
nlenl^^e^ M.iuriie S.iunder, 
(•(insifjered as one of the top 
female chefs in the city. She 
\\ A] tie ns.Msted by other Vnem- 
l»rs 

T'vise pLinh.-ism' tickets for 
this c\ent are aiding; the cause 
i! tile 1- \i ep'ic inal .Si hix)l in 
iiil'T I'lai the »> hool may 
I • ••(■r c'li TV (Jilt lis dally pro- 


TOP OFFICE STAFF — Workers responsible for 
Dooto Records Ckimpany's office being rated as 
among the Southland's most proficient and most 
smoothly run offices are pictured at work. From 


left: Alberta Taylor, secretary: Jean Benjamin, 
clerk; Vera King, office manager; and Barbara 
Heard, bookkeeper. (Young) 


..flhr 
l.T ll; 

jl..n-..' 


_ w u^a^cv Stadium in Ciiavez Ila- 
\ine last Saturday morning. E."^res- 
sion on Mr. Lewis' face indicates he 
was amazed by the vast deveUjpment 
of the stadium. (Adams) 


The meeting of Ventura 
County NAACP Friday ni^^ht 
proved interesting and en- 
lightening as to our housini? 
problems. Guest speaker was 
Burt Hammond, member of 
the Oxnard Human Relations 
Council. He made clear the 
functions. He also'Cm.phasized 
the fact that this committee 
must be used to entej com- 
plaints in order to be effec- 
tive. He also urged that cotin- 
cil meetings be attended. It 
ii numbers not words that 
bring about the changes we. 
seek. 

Gloria Thomas played the 
part of a perfect hostess to 
the 20th Century Onyx Qub 
Saturday night. A brief meet- 
ing furthered their plans for 
the Sweetheart Valentine Ball 
complimentary to teenag e 
groups to be given in Febru-^ 
ary at Oxnard Community 
Center. Attention was then 
turned to our little-mother-to- 
be Harriet Mack, and mem- 
bers showered her with gifts 
fit for any little prince or 
princess. Daddy Mack came 
late and smiled approval along 
with his wife. But the ho.stess 
did not slop at that. It was 
her birthday and she had in- 
vited guests to join in the 
celebration of it. Karh guest 
left proclaiming a nvistint; 
good time, 

Mr. and Mrs X'irtril Omntv 
ha\e as their house ;;ucst-a 
cousin, Mrs. Hermon Prosiell 
of EUin. 111. Mrs. Prostell has 
enjoyed many social courtesies 
among them the party given 
by the PvObert Countys and the 
Glisper Stewarts. She will 
plane home Wednesday, ac- 


companied by he!' niother-m- 

lau. Mr>. (;-!i,:;o H< ndiT'^ 'n 
of IjTjs .An'-olo-: 

The wonderful nnv\ < -, iti:'» 
La V.'ller J-.i'.r.- .n pi "i^ ;■! dn 
a h'Mr-5.t>'le >'"; a' f" nn iH's 
\ear Ti.is is 'injle .'i t,;<k fm 
one individual' t.) assume, and 
I am sure you uiil ni;i'ee a 
very unselfish mv. f.^r ihi> 
icar Mrs. .larkKon v.ill donate 
the proceeds to Vcniura Coun- 
ty Center for ilctarded Chil- 
dren. 


Sl'.e 


will rul! this %i'ars 


show "C'.l'jrama in Hair .■ lyl- 
in','." This affair is slaici l) 
take place ui April. 

Bahai World Faith oI)sfr\ed 
World Rf'!i'.;i'in Day .'^urdav. 
.Ian. 21, at IKil S. First street 
m 0:.i:ard. 

.\ panef discus.-~ii»n of the 
teachin,'s of Baiia-u-ll.ih was 
led by Patricia r-i^jland. f'.ath 
member present to<jk an aetivo 
part. .^oiTie of ti'.e to!)ics of 
discustioifrw-TC : 

The Oneness of Mankiiid, In- 
depiendent Invest ,!;ation of 
'i'luth. The Foundation of All 
Religious in One. I';quality Hc- 
tween Men and Womc-!i. 

.•\fter the mccung a warm 
fellowship' v\as enjoyed. 

The House of Prajer and 
Tall Gospel Church of HI Reo 
)ia\e l:pen cair\in; on a sui- 
(essful ineeiin^; in K\ Re^ 
Rev. T. W. Kasser is i)a<f(ji 
The pnhlic is invitrd. Your 
r,P'v\s ni x! \"^eek and every 
week, HU 6-.')82,3. 


Women may not he n'luch, but 
tbe>'re the best oppusiie sex we 
have- and that goes for men, 
too. 


Sigma Observes 
Annual Event 

I'm Rca S!.:i",a and Al;;lia 
r,ns!l.'ti Cha[)t(>rs of Phi P^M.i 
.'-■: .T.'i l''r.i'ernity. Inc., ob- 
M"".e(l F iunders Ii.iv anil 
Geor.e Wrshin.'N.n C'.irvcr's 
Memot'wl n.iy last Sun. lay 

t". •nil:^' rit th" Niri.i ;.■!) j'.es- 
t.eirnnt 

'in'.m:'' M'pr;;i'i w.-is pri^ 
, r, ■;! 1 !i:i:r:i' n .ii 1 hi- c..:ti- 
■i: •.■c . on^i- ti'd ,if (" :'rer. ■■ 
.Mii-c. I>r Mir> lis Mi I'.i ■>■!.. 
I">r TTiomas Andre.sen, Cnarles 
.^T.'iilip. .lorilan l_>,iniels an I 
.\Ie\ (, b.;!inhcrs. 

.\ ope, 'inn; on -he pro^rai.i 
\'.i-rt> il. .\. I r >\>, rii ,i. president 
'\hi e';!c:i'ie(l I'lerli.n.Ts a/i i 
ir'roi!;!<ed the Si •:ii,:is' 19t:i-('- 
.Svee'iieart. P.r Mia Stewart 
who in; idcntallv w.is s;i->ns<ir- 
ed ly Mr. Howard and John 
R Hut'^hcrson. 

fivinin,' sficakers were For- 
•*al;i'r Smi'h, Dr. Mari'us M'- 
linxjm and l)r. L;iwien(e 1'. 
Wilson_ 

Ruth P. Short 
Addresses Group 

Ruth P. Shori. of the Slat. 
Mental Health Service, wav 
s[»ecial fuest of the Auxiliary 
to the McIk ..1. IX^nt.il and 
Pharmaceutical Associatiivi. 

'Hie ,L:.oups re','ulnr meetini; 
W.IS held in the f.Tshionable 
I.eimerl Park home of Iir. 
.tnd Mrs. Walter Hines lust 
Ti'-'^f! ■ e'.eni'i'. 


I 

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sir, 
ily 
tne 
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iie Zenilii Club h;is l)een 
ij) rtini; the -i'hoil for l.T 
i:.;iit >e.ir:> With tommun- 
s'i;ii>"r!, ibe\ lio[)e to reach 
11 uoal ..f 2.')<n) dinners dur- 

tlle I 1 b)UI> 

ke:> tor d.i.ners can I'e 

ui'd I'l.'m ,-'.uh memlx'i's 
.r.vi;ih.'ie Miins. Veisia 

■.\k:ii^ W I 1 -n .1 Shann-m. 

Ki I ..ile> . Ch^i.-^t'ilile .la- 

i3, .\-'.-. .11.1 Siew.irt, Mar;. 
. .I'ld liil^v Ki ill. 



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LIVING IT I'P — The Li\Tng Room on Adams- 
Crenshaw Boulevard has set the pace for informal 
gatherings since it opened last May. Genial host- 
owner Claude Dukes personally makes each of his 
guests feel they are in "Your" Living Room with 
his familiar greeting. Recently the New York Knick- 
erbockers (from left: Houston, Green and U.C.L.A.s 


Xaul' 1 and Willie O'Ree of the L.A. Blades were 
honored guests at the Westside spot with buffets 
prepared in their honor. 'Lathes Night every Wednes- 
day continues to be a big Aight at the Livmg Room. 
Many happy girls have beui the recipients of the 
(Ztoderella gift. 


Drifter's Inc. (JCLA Crootion Doncers 

Holds Club Meet 



\. 


l.KMt — \alarie .iohnsun. 
daui liter of l:uth .lohn.son and 
i-'randdaiuhter of Mr, and 
Mrs, 0, W. Bilbrew of Made- 
ra, was amon.g the winter 
graduating class .'it Carver 
.Junior High. She, plans to al- 
tenii .lelferson Hi''h. 


The home of Vera Watson 
was the site of a recent meet- 
ing of the I»R Angeles Chap- 
ter of Drifter's Inc. 

Honors went to Jessie John- 
son for selling the most candy, 
with Roberta Middlc'ton com- 
ing second. 

The Garden Gate High 
School is a beneficiary. 

During the Christmas holi- 
day the club sponsored a film 
for the high" school titled 
"King of Kings" (old version*. 
Other activities included a 
party recently at the home of 
Kdwina Holloman. This was 
for mates and dates. 

Five new members have 
been added to the club roster. 
They are as follows: Maude 
Miller, Roberta Middleton. 
Georgia Sullivan and Viola 
f'hatman. 


Set for NAACP Big Show 


l-'CLA's nationally acclaim- 
ed Creation Dance Group this 
week was added to the cast of 
performers for March 23 s 
NAACP benefit show headlin- 
ing Sammy Davis Jr. in the 
Beverly Hilton Hotel. 

Directed by Aiithony Shay, 
the talented college dancers 
who starred on Steve Allen's 
final ABC television show last 
December bring a European 
flavor to the cosmopolitan- 
themed charity program, call- 
ed "An International Evening 
with Sammy Davis Jr." 

In the worldly spirit of the 
show, the troupe will present 
a suite of brilliantly staged 
and executed Serbian dances 
which has wcm lusty praise 
from the most discriminating 
observers. 

The benefit, sponsored by 
the Pasadena Branch of the 





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66 Proo(«W«tet« tnteriMtioosI Imports* Los Angeles 'Sole Agents 


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>IEN OF SlGi.iA — Oriicials and committee chair- 
men are shown following their successful Foimder's 
and George Washington Carver Memorial Day cele- 
bration last Simday at the Nikabob Restaurant. Pic- 
tured from left: Herman Ingram, executive board 


chairman; Emmitt Morgan, toaatmaster; John 
Hutcherson, treasurer; Alex Qiambers, secretary; 
Jordan Daniels, vice-president; H. A. Howard, presi- 
dent of Sigma ; and Qiarles Martin, Western Region- 
al director. (Adams) 


\.\ACP. is a major entertain- 
ment effort to raise money for 
the organization's Freedom 
Fund— a fund established to 
provide financial supjioi't for 
the civil rights fight all over 
the U.S. 

In addition to the program 
of entertainment the benefit 
will also highlight a keynote 
address by Carl T Rowan, 
deputy assistant secretary of 
state for public affairs. 

Tickets for the benefit, 
priced at S.'J, S7,,")0 and SIO. 
may be purchased at all 
NAACP offices in this area 
and at Gulliver's Travel Agen- 
cy. 


Smallwood 




I Continued from Page 7) 
shrugged. 

Diane Garnnt is wiling 
away these baln;y da\s at the 
family home in Pasadena 
while recovering from a worri- 
some ear; time v\ill tell if she 
resumes her exciting life as 
one of TWA's more jxipular 
and more decorative flight 
hostesses. Gertrude and Fred 
Robinson's daughter Carolyn 
entered LASC as a freshman. 
Pasadena's Margaret Lewis 
Cooke became Mrs, Joseph 
Foster last Sat, at the home 
of her cousins, Dr, and Mrs. 
Jessie Moses. They left later 
for a honeymoon in Kn.senada. 

That imposing Armenian 
church at Oxford-Harvard-and 
21st-Streets is to be the home 
(by Easter) for the Church of 
Oiristian Fellowship: the 
dynamic young Rev. J. Har- 
gett is their pastor. Ray Mills 
is up. out and frisky again 
after overcoming the flu. Ditto 
Jerry Mcintosh. The peace 
and quiet of Laguna was pre- 
scribed by Roland Wood's spe- 
cialists so his wife Dora 
moved him down tf> their 
beach house. 


Eighty Four 
Attend Meet 

'Continued from Page 7> 
of uniforms and traveling 
funds. 

Mrs. 'Mitrhell graciously al- 
lowed the Kagle Sports De- 
partment to appeal to her 
guests for funds. A total of $70 
was collected and other 
pledges were taken. 

Funds for the team can be 
sent to the Bluejays in care 
of Dirk Parker. 15123 Larch 
a\enue. Lflwndale. Calif. 

Mrs. Opal Jones, e.xecutive 
director rtf the Avalon Com- 
niui>::y Center, touched briefly 
on the importance of the clubs 
and the need for their financial 
support being given to the 
Opportunity School. 

Earl Grant, the scintillatlnj 
organist, must have been in- 
spired by the large turtiout ot 
club representatives and par- 
ticiilarly by meeting the mem» 
hers. w'i\es and girl friends 
of the Bl'.iejays Deaf Basket- 
ball team, i 

The iiatiojially famous enter- 
tainer ga\e out with a sizzling 
performance, including sing- 
ing, dancing and playing. The 
audience responded with a 
standing ovation. 

Marty Zuniga. owner of the 
hall, his capable manager and 
members of the staff received- 
plaudits for the delightful new 
social hall and for the manner 
in which they arranged for the 
Sunday afternoon event. 

Ciul> groups considering a 
project are urged to visit the 
school at 12204 S. San Pedro 
street. • ' 

Santa Monica Club 

Plans Annual Banquet 

The Philomahean Charity, 
.Art and Literary Club of San- 
la Mqnica observes i.s fcunh 
a/inivers:'.r\ v.ith a Pre-V.'^lqn- 

ti'ie l^ano. "! .■-"■I'.uri! ' i:' hi. 
Feb. ;;, ;it 8 p,m,, at th" ciui) 
Ir I'sc. l.sl'.l Hi'oacl\,;'.v , .■ n'la 
Monica, 


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■•xecutive 
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■he clubs 
IfinancSa! 
to the 

IntiUating 
Ibeen in- 
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land par- 
|he mem- 
fr>nds 
Basket- 

js en'er- 
sizzluig 
•.g sing- 
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with a 

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received 
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manner 
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SHOW BUSINissl'^'y' '" '^ 

Hv T()M>.V HKKKV RQUQ 01 SfaQG 

''"TENDER is ihe NIGHT" ^ ^ 

Earl Grant sc'>rcd tops in tho pivvic'v slvv/.n- of Uip briu-- '"'.^ ""-'• ^M-^I-l-^'OOD 
tiful movie "Tenripr i*- 'he Ni'jiit siarrim JfniTFtiT .lor.i-s .uid ' T^o Ililimcjio Tiioatei'. evor 
Ja.'^on Roliaiids Jr. with a liilhant cast. Kavi spuisc hi*; lines ali-rt to h()ii<in£; Ihe national 
serfeotly'but not unv v.Iiii lc<s jli.in h<^ aK\a>s >;ioaks. He took ininpanip.s of tlip finest Rroad- 
hi.s punch hnos with ;ili ilu- r!,-ii;e'nt of surpnso in a s.-a-onod ^^.,v ^.niash hit pla\.s has nin^ 
attoF, and he'san- and placed y -^_ - ,j„; ,,,,, ,,.,||^ j,, .j.^^J 

••Tender ,s the Nu-'n' wi:h , -iin'ure from New ^ ork aa! the ,_.^^^^^^,,^ ^I^^_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ..^^^^,_^ .^ 

ilip .\ttir' (.•iiipany. From the 

ta, lie pen of Ijjliaii ( "Chddrcn's' 

[^ Hour"! Hell-nan. the vehicle is 
m 


Thursday, Februarv 1, 196%^ The California Eaq''= — 9 


threaded it.-. V. ay ihr^:!r'hont Ihe "-'■ '•''>' '" i-airiipe ,.iald 

p.cture with Karl at th.e pi.ino, ^'i- i' l.ai;ta.-l,r beauty he 


H" ,a:-) did jusli.n fo -In, j„ '"'■'■' ' '^^ Parisiaii sei 
if.Vfi. ii.iney." >Ah.a-h T.arl p:a>-ed v.a-. 

I.KANT SAM TKII 


limit f. .i- him 


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.ail 

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-ta' -stirivii'd -;iih '■'!" 


()i;. . f 'he v'.rindertnl qu.ihues 


little short of niat,Tiificpnt. 

The Hernia >e.s are one of 
tivi.^e dei-axint:. rnonotonou.sly 
proud old familie.s ric;ht oul've 
Ihe i|ijestior!ah!e IkiwcIs of the 
d .<oatii" via New Orleans 


h' 


:!ie>pun toui li Willi 
ii.> riiu''i'li f-r 111.-; V. iiaid< 


.111(1 ilieir niivlure of uoe and 
wail IS one of the most fasrinat- 


i ! 'tie. .\ nninber oi n.''"'"^ 
/ ri (::"\\c t .i thi^ \' riter 


'iu-o>arii treatments to he- 
hold. .-X hint of mrest i.^ hut one 
.V more iieiu-otie 


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rue^ts m tn.' 

.C_ 'n'uiy F' \ .-'Ui.'^.i ilieaire. we 
•Vfre liiroird :i> Iv wa^ jiiIim- 
tii' -ed and thnllc'd :>' 'tie warm '''""' 
o- atton c;;' en hira nMer his r.v- fim. 
nii.nt. . "■-- ■ 

Stran.:e'y F.ol :-ei 'ne >■ .--n-y •■'■'o - n •-■.■■ut- r.. on- ^■ i an ,^r ,,j^. .,^|,^,^ 
cast aK. aid a T\V.\ Willie he uar- a'.n'ntied on Pa.e l_'i p.nade has yet to pass before 

-- - - - - — tiie oriioi kei s eves. 

('la>l(>n ('(irhin Colorful 
That all of it is adroitly, e.\- 
niin^-ly and t ii.illenL;in,£;ly un- 
I'lKi'd IS a m.arvtd of m.arvels. ; 
IniiMial too is the believable j 
^•lU.h of h.mdsome Cla\;on Cor-' 
.\ bin jlie oiu e jilted with Cleve-' 
I l.ip.ni- f, lined Karaaiu !'l,a\ors)j 
h,^ ::i.i\iii_' sil.ivelv and quietly ^ure 
!;i!i.ii.:.i the pla> s one hnchlly 
rr.ie.'oiui:,- role, th.at of the Ne- 
:'■•• "•■haufteiir" ron>ort 

.\ s!nc:le-vtt pla\-, "Toys" is 
f: in/lit uiih eharx;ed emotions 
fi'in: the n-.oment the lurtain 
11 -es on tile en'uined lives of; 
the two I, Id-maul Beniier sisters; 
aiul m.ives lai to ini'lude their! 
'ao ^ta- >;,, ijied ~vounL-er brother and his, 
'•'''"^'' h.ilf I iiild. half worn 111 wife. 
e taem ^'.,, eneL;a;i,>ii comes in for it-- 
-■h.ire ol ataaiiain. a-.- well. 
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