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Arizona tribune. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1958-197?, August 14, 1959, Image 1

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2nd Year, No. 4
PARK SCENES
Julian Playground is humming with activity. Top photo
left to right, a musical group practices for the Y’All Come
program scheduled for Thursday night, Aug. 13.; Ito r
Patsy Phillips, seated; Tommy Williams, Virginia Williams
and Jerrett Yates, standing. 2nd photo, 1 to r, George Diggs
and Mrs. Nannie Owens, recreational directors.
Bottom photos- Palmdale’s Pee Wee team poses for a
picture before tackling the Hayden Tigers for the county
championship game. Hayden won 7-6. Left to right, seated:
Marvin Brooks, Willie Ivery, Jr., Heard Still, Michael Ishop,
Ronald Brooks, John Norfar; standing: Glen Rocquemore,
Roy Jones, Moody Jackson, Marvin Demery, Robert Daniels,
Leonard Jack, and Sam Givens, mgr.
Second photo- Umpires Tony Uzzanti, William Robinson,
and George Pallis confer with team captains Marvin Demery
of Palmdale Giants and Cody Darman, Hayden Tigers.
Photo by Ed Banks
AUTOS CRASH '
An accident involving two cars,
that collided at S. Central Avenue!
and Broadway last week resulted;
in minor damage and no injuriesj
to the drivers.
Helen H. Jackson, 3821 E. Anne
| Street received two citations, one
| tor failure to recognize right of
jway and another for no driver’s
license.
The other car was driven by
Mary H. Smith, 1721 W. Atlanta,
NO citation was given to Mrs.
Smith.
BSuSS
ALL'AMERICA CITY
'min'
BULK RATE •
U.S. POSTAGE ;
’PAID
Phoenix, Ariz.
Permit No. 126
Africans Plan
for Skyscraper
LIVERPOOL, Eng., Aug.
7- Premier Nnamdi
Azikiwe of Eastern Nigeria
today announced a contract
had been granted for build
ing the first skyscraper in
East Africa.
Azikiwe, before boarding
a ship for home, said a Lon
don firm has signed a $5.6
million contract to build a
20-story structure at Enugu,
capital of Eastern Nigeria.
The skyscraper will house
the government offices, he
said.
Matches, knives, scissors, and
ultra-thin plastic bags all have
their constructive uses . . . none
of which include use as play
things by young children. Des
troy ultra-thin plastic bags af
ter use.
Pictorial Weekly
Friday, August 14, 1959
PUPILS WORK
FOR SEGREGATION
Little Rock - Flying Con
federate flags, 35 defiant
white high school pupils
washed cars trying to raise
funds to re-open their bank
rupt private segregated
school.
Last Monday, it was an
nounced the private school
was out of money and it would
not re-open this fall.
It would take $400,000 for
the school’s operation. Last
year, thousands of dollars
were supposedly donated
from sympathizers all over
the world.
CODING AND GOING
The Hadley Murrells are
enjoying the sights,of Cal
ifornia.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Green
field are returning from two
months in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Stev
ens of Houston, Texas and
the G.W. Kerrs were house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Woods
and family will spend two
weeks in northern California.
Mrs. Bernice Boykins spent
10 days in the San Fran
cisco area.
* AROUND THE TOWN
Wonder if Jackie Robinson
bet on Durelle? Poor kid.
Marie Douglas moved two
frame houses to 2946 and
2950 E. Wood St.
D.W. and Merdine Williams’
spacious home on S. 21st Way
is nearing completion.
Jack Davis built a plumbing
“shop at 2514 E. Broadway.
Billie Harris, PBSW Ram
blers star ptcher received a
piece of luggage for her
great work this year.
Joseph Berry is building
a duplex at 2706 E. Broadway
Georgia Neal erected a
masonry house at 4118 Trans
mission Rd.
James and Esther McElroy
have a new addition to their
household...a pure palomino
foal.
Lottie Butts has broken the
color line at the telephone
company using her own ini
tiative.
Jim Woods will open a rec
ord shop soon.
Duffy Dotaro opened a rec
ord shop at 520 E. Jefferson
Street.
Stay out of wetet when owheated
end aftet eating
+ .
£35
Phoenix, Arizona
COOL MEN
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Capt. Vernon L. Wood of Tempe listens to Mess Steward
SPC. Edward D. McClure, right, report the arrival of the
order. McClure is in charge of 4 feeding the hot and dry Ari
zona reservists, the 59th Infantry Javelinas, who were on
maneuvers for two weeks at Camp Roberts, California. A cold
drink tasted fine after a hot day training in the sun.
McClure lives at N. 14th St., and his unit returned
to Phoenix on July 26. jj s signal Corps photo
3ARR PLACES SECOND
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Dr. David M. Solomon, left, Exalted Ruler of the W.H.
Patterson Lodge,*IBPOEW, bids Walter Barr, Phoenix win
ner of the Elks Oratorical Contest farewell. Barr represen
ted the W.H. Patterson Lodge and Grand Canyon Temple at
the regional contest in Sacramento, Calif. He placed second
with his views on “The Negro and the Constitution.’’ He
was accompinied by Miss Lucille Hicks, speech instructor
at South Mountain High School. Photo by’Ed Banks
TAKE YOUR POLIO SHOTS!
10 cents

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