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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1963,
BOYS CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS ON SUNDAY *iTH ; ... ... . ;* •- 1 Hi . FOIiNDS It was birthday time Sunday afternoon as James Lovis, 7, and Otis Hayes, 12, had a joint birthday celebration. Pictured from left are Elzena Hayes, Brenda Hawkins, Lincoln Travis, Dorothy McCoy, James Lovis, Mrs. Emma Lovis, Mrs. Fannie Hayes, Dwight Hawkins and Glen Parker. CHUBBY DETHRONES ELVIS NEW YORK - Chubby Checker dethroned Elvis Presley as num ber one male vocalist for 1962. Chubby’s twist records and his limbo presentations were too much for Elvis the Pelvis. Q n-.--:-- .. immr====inr=== - i— mi tim— ■ imi ■ ■ imi ■ HOODED fejf JACKETS Poplin or nylon outer with quilted lining. | Full zipper. Sizes 4 to 12. Regular 3.98 2.66 SB | INFANTS SHOES 2 1.00 l I MEN'S UNDERWEAR DDICCC White cotton knit. Full #% 1 PKltrj elastic waist. Sizes 3 F ° R «P I .UU ¥ft J 30 to 44. 59<f value jj T CUIOTC 10070 combed cotton. Shrink resist. Nylon reinforced. A FQR /\ A S.M.L. 59<£ value v I • W W 1 UNDERSHIRTS 100% cotton rib knit. Shrink resist. 3 frtl" Si 00 ~ Sizes 36 to 44. 49£ value * I INFANTS WAFERS jSSUffi ’ -88 t 1 LADIES NYLON HOSE I Slight irregulars of 51 guage, 15 denier. Choice of Neutra or Biege. Sizes 8 1/2 to 11. If perfect would be 69tf pair j pair slooj M JTtaailSeWMco. DOWNTOWN STORE Open Mon.-Thurs. Nite til. 9 p.m. BCZlL:—JßES==S=S]Ell==^~]mr====Tnr^====inr====iPirs==^=]Eir===]B[==i==sSlßL====lßE===3Bi===L P.4 FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT Call 276-0272. NEW 1 bedroom apt., stove and refrig. 1415 E. Polk, S7O mo. water paid. AL 3-7840. 1 mr=L.. ■■ NEGRO TAKES HIS SEAT IN GEORGIA ATLANTA - The galleries in the state legislature were de segregated as the first Negro senator since Reconstruction Days was seated. Sen. Leroy R. Johnson, 34, said he was welcomed cordially. "I am looking forward to a very fruitful session.” siffli^assieir" 1 "TTimiSlßl MYLES AND LISTER WELCOME ONE AND ALL TO THE NEW 1241 CLUB IS iyE&Btk gH > r H W. Myles and Jimmie Lister, managers of the new entertainment club located at 1241 E. Washington Street, welcome everyone to stop in and greet them. The club serves cocktails, mixed drinks of all kinds and packaged liquors are available, too. LITTLE MARCUS YATES WAS ONE YEAR OLD SUNDAY ... > f' ' ... t rejfp » , M ’ ' -v* |% .•. 4 i > ' .. '• >* : M I „ , fa ** *»."»'"* .# vil This young citizen needs a bit of help to look at his first birthday cake. Little Marcus Yates didn't blow out the candle but he shows happiness on his first birthday. He is assisted by his mother Mrs. Lothaire Yates. The photograph was made at the home of his grandparents located at 704 S. 7 Ave., on Sunday., Jan. 13. NAACP URGES OPENING OF CLOSED PRINCE EDWARD SCHOOLS ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The Na tional Association for the Ad vancement of colored People called upon the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to issue an order directing the re opening of the Prince Edward County, Va., public schools by Feb.l. Joining NAACP General Coun sel Robert L. Carter in argu ing for such an order was Burke Marshall, Assistant U. S. Attor ney General, who appeared as a friend of the court and presented the Federal Government’s posi tion on this question. The court on Jan. 9, heard three other school desegregation cases argued by attorneys of the NAACP legal ctefense and educational fund and the Virginia State Conference of NAACP branches. Mrs. Constance Baker Motley, associate counsel of the Legal Defense Fund, and Matthew Perry of South Carolina, called upon the court to direct Clemson College, a South Carolina state institu tion to admit Harvey Gantt at the opening of the next semester Jan. 28. Other cases involved the im plementation of desegregation rulings in the elementary and secondary schools of Richmond and Powhatan County. S. W. Tucker, Virginia State NAACP attorney, asked the court to va cate a stay of U. S. Judge John D. Butzner’s ruling ordering the Powhatan County school board to admit three Negro students immediately to the Powhatan ele mentary school. In the Prince Edward County case, Mr. Carter said the issue is solely the authority of the court to take appropriate action to protect the constitutional rights of 1,500 Negro children in the county who have been denied any formal education since the schools were closed in 1959.