The New York Age from New York, New York on May 5, 1951 · Page 5
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The New York Age from New York, New York · Page 5

New York, New York
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Saturday, May 5, 1951
Page 5
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'tawi:.,t - ; - Sflaveiry S"Q:nDD - Syirges, Says Atfiro Leaders "In French Equatorial Africa the ancestral custom of bride price still goes on, despite attempts by the authorities to discourage it. Young girls are virtually chattels offered by their fathers to men who pay the highest prices, usually in the form of merchandise," Senator Jane Vialle. member of the UDDer house of th TTrmnYt Pnrlin concluding session of the United Nations Committee on blavery. consort with Jacob, McCrae, 29, of 104 Lenox Ave., assaulted and - robbed Charles Cummings at 117th Street and Fifth - Ave. last week. , The Victim was struck on the left arm with an iren pipe; which necessitated - his treatment for compound fracture and confinement in . BefJeTue Hospital. The three robbers only got W for their trouble. McCrae was arrested last Fri day by Detective Pollard of the 28th Squad. Church Schedules Ordination Rites A Sacred Right of Ordination ceremony will be held at Holy Cross Pro - Cathedral, 122 W. 129th St., at 11 A. ML on Sunday, May 6th, at which time the Rev, A. C. Vargas, deacon, will be advanced to the priesthood. Officiating . minister - will .In elude Archbishop William Ernest, officiant; Deacon A. C Thompson, D.D., and the Rev. C. C. Elcock, M.A., subdeacon. ' The sermon win ; be preached Dr. Thompson. BASQUE DESCENDANTS ' 1 ' The "small, dark" persons found in Ireland, Scotland and Wales may be descendants of an ancient race s of which the Basques, in Spain, ere the principal survivors, According to. the Encyclopedia Brittancia ' A LAMP THE BRIGHT GUT I lf - l - - fL. - l SENATOR .VIALLE The Congo - born French journal 1st. who represents one million Africans of Ubangi - Shari, French Equatorial Africa told the Committee that "Southwest Africa natives have been despoiled of their land by white colonist and forced to work at peon wages that hold them enslaved to their masters as if they wore chains." AFRICA WEALTHY : The Senator, who founded the Assn. des Femmei de 1' Union Francaise, which finance Je training: in France of young: girls from the overseas territories as teachers and social workers, assured the Committee that "Africa has great natural resources that Tvo Loofrouf Thugs Hunted Police are on the loonout roc two men. - who allegedly acting In could prove of great economic benefit to the world if educational programs and better living conditions entered the picture under international direction." The Committee is making a widespread study of slavery conditions as they exist throughout the Civilized World. '' immm ii iBiai. '" - .J "Home Of The Brave" In Peoples Drama Production Of NAT TURNER 3 Act Dramatic Hit By Paul Peters Directed By Gene Frankel . ELKS LODGE THEATRE 15 West 126th St. MAY 11 Thru 27 Near 5th Avenue ADM. $1.00 Tickets Available Gotham Service. Hotel Theresa MO 2 - 1700 Fred Douglas Book Center, 141 W. 125th UN 4 - 9312 Peoples Drama. Inc.. 212 Bdridge St. GR 5 - 3838. WEST 125rh ST. FOR MOTHER'S DAY OPEN FRI. & SAT. TO 9 mfflX L .Spec Paclwa . TpHet Woter & Tofc .1 ; YQV Both for $T.50 A.TV " ; " Perfume jCompoundgd and Copyrighted by Coty. Inc. In U.SLA. a sparkling series of Toiletries perfumed in a happy fragrance thai breathes of Spring and May. s - Hi x . . . r 1V I Sochet 1.00 A0O 2L50 m Pricw Plus Tok 250 Talc 8 IIUI IWIII . aUIII . - - . - ..j - .j - ... - - - - - . - ,WA e - 325 .. .. , , '!.'... . - '" I : ,' "'", . ".' ' '.' . 1 " SjMWBWamBasssssssssslsssssssslsssssssssssssssssssss ' """ ' " 2 m k - o m c a. K

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