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Arizona tribune. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1958-197?, February 12, 1960, Image 3

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“THE ACKERMAN
ORGANIZATION
WAS FOUNDED
ON STUDY,
RESEARCH AND FAITH
IN FUTURE
GROWTH!”
Everything from investment,
syndication and unimproved
land to complete, planned
communities comes within its
scope of operations. Nothing
is ever done in the LEE
ACKERMAN INVESTMENT
CO., INC. without a sound,
well-developed plan complete
to the most minute detail.
LEE ACKERMAN
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EAST CAMELBACK ROAD
SUITE 18
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA
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Jacksonl
"THE II
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SATURDAY, MARCH sth at 8:30 P. M.
PHX UNION HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Prices: $3.00, $2.25, SI.OO
On Sale LINDE BOX OFFICE, 2300 N. Central & Encanto Natl. Life Bldg
PH: AL 42979
Race Relations
Diary
CHARLOTTE, N.C.: Passive
resistance by Negro students
started in the fourth North
Carolina town. Lunch coun
ters were closed following
bomb threats.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.: A
small dynamite bomb ex
ploded at the home of Car
lotta Walls, one of the five
Negroes enrolled in the once
lily white Central High
School.
LAGOS, NIGERIA: African
listeners called crusading
evangelist Billy Graham
“The man with his skin
peeled off.” Crowds totalled
100,000. More than 2,000 at
one sermon came forward to
accept Christianity.
WASHINGTON, D.C.: Attor
ney General William P. Rog
ers vetoed the federal regis
trar plan as worthless in
helping voteless Negroes
“as a ticket to the Dempsey-
Firpo fight.”
SAN FRANCISCO: Ronald
Stratten, 17, was elected
president of the Lowell High
School student body.
DEEMS BY TOM OKAY
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Qgl COCKTAIL
Wl LOUNGE
■MHM 339 E. JEFFERSON
Closed Monday Open Daily 1:30 p.m.
GIVE to the
March of Dimes
Tennis Queen
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ALTHEA GIBSON, U.S. women’s tennis champion and
winner of the Wimbledon title is touring with the Harlem
Globetrotters. She and Karol Fageros display racquet skills
during halftimes. The sports show appeared at ASU gym in
Tempe, Wed. Feb. 10.
HAGLER’S
BARBER SHOP
Expert Hair Cuts
PROCESSING - FACIALS
A
Barbers
Margie Stewart E.H. Hollins
8-6 pm Tues. - Fri. B*7 pm Sat.
345 E. Jefferson St.
AL 8-9560
Call AL 4-0376
for appointment
COMPLETE
INCOME TAX SERVICE
Reasonable Rates
offered by
McGasity
Heal delate
& 9+vUMa4 / ice
1150 E. Washington St.
Arizona Tribune, Friday, February 12, 1960
SIMPLICITY
beauty salon
ZM' HAIR STRATE PERMANENTS
' FROSTY TINTS
1608 E. WASHINGTON AL 3-932 T FLORA RUFFIN, owner
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I’m not going to preach here nor
fill you with jargon! It’s plain as
my nose that your very best
bargain is service J k (f
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SPECIAL
BULLETIN

PHOENIX: Feb. 11 Postal
authorities will investigate
the recently revived Arizona
Sun newspaper which issued
its first edition in more than
a year last week.
The newspaper claims to
have a second class mailing
permit but the permit issued
to Doc Benson, former pub
lisher and editor of the Ari
zona Sun had been revoked.
The first edition of the
Arizona Sun carried a third
class bulk permit on its first
page. Inside on page four,
the publication was listed
“registered as second class
matter, July 2, 1948 at the
post office at Phoenix, Ari
zona under the act of March
3, 1879.”
Postal officials stated this
claim is illegal and postal
regulations are being viola
ted by the publishers of the
Arizona Sun. “Readers and
advertisers would be de
ceived by false claims,”
said one official.
Yep, marriage adds to the
high cost of lovin’.
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Keep on goin’ all out and
you'll end up all in.
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