The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 11, 1958 · Page 22
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 22

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IIA AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD! Thundery, Dae. 11, 1958; KEYBOARD — With a keyboard similar to a piano's, instead of the usual holes, this German miss tries out a new flute, called "Melodica," manufactured in Munich. Judge Told » of Schemes in Georgia ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - A parade of Negro witnesses has told a federal judge that state officials erected one barrier after another to keep Negroes out of Georgia State College. Judge Boyd Sloane is hearing the suit of three Negro women who claim entrance requirements at the college discriminate against their race. There is no jury. Edward Jacob Clements, an Atlanta insurance underwriter, said in U.S. District Court Wednesday that his application was endorsed by two white ministers. It was rejected, he testified, because the ministers were not alumni of Georgia State. One was the Rev. James L. Weldon, Decatur, Ga., and the other a Rev. Jordan, not otherwise identified. Both were identified as graduates of the University of Georgia. Meant No Chanco ; A requirement, under fire by counsel for the women, is that an . Applicant must be endorsed as to ' character and fitness by two graduates of Georgia State, plus • the • county ordinary or clerk of ' the County Court. Plaintiffs are Miss Iris Mae Welch, Mrs. Myra Holland and Mrs. Barbara Hunt. All three testified earlier in the trial, now in its fourth day. Under cross-examination, Clements said Weldon endorsed his application before they met. The witness said t friend took the document to the minister. Bombing Case Jury Fails to Reach Verdict ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)-A hopelessly deadlocked jury and physical exhaustion of defense attor neys have delayed proceedings in the case of George Bright, charged with bombing a Jewish temple. Judge Durwood T. Pye Wednes day declared a mistrial after the jury said it still couldn't agree on a verdict after 26 hours of deliberation. Immediately after the mistrial, the state started preparing for selection of a new jury to try Bright. But James R. Venable, defense attorney, sought and received a postponement on grounds that he and his associate Essley B. Burdine were physically unable to prcrtsed at this time. After Pye granted the postponement, Solicitor General Paul Webb said Bright would be retried "as early as his case can be put on the January-February term calendar." Bright was indicted along with four other Atlanta men—Wallace H. Allen, Kenneth Chester Griffin and Robert and Richard Bowling —in th» Oct. 12 bombing of The Temple. The others are also awaiting trial. Wrong Lody; Thief Gets No Shotgun NEWPORT, Ky.W -Police said a shotgun thief who told housewives "I've come for the gun I bought from your husband," met his match ia Mrs. Edward Stubbs. Mr*. Stubbs refused to give the man aihotguu — her husband doesn't have one. ( GET HONOR NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C U' —• Lt.-Col John Mahoney and Er-i n«s* A. (Smoky> Smith, both' Victoria Cross winners of World j Wwr H «r« to b« given the Honor; tf Prtciu&Q of Lju CM/. STORE HOURS - OPEN DAILY 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. - SUNDAY 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. W« fttttrvt tfct ftlghf f« Lfmff QuonWftt NATIONA \ FOOD STORES / NATIONAL'S 3-STAR * * * CORN FID BEEF ONLY NATIONAL DARES OFFER YOU A DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON ALL YOUR MEAT PURCHASES. CARNATION T.BONE,SIRLOIN orhi rr Per Can SMOKED BLACK HAWK PICNICS 4 to t Lb. Avo,, Lb. BEEF SHORT RIBS u. 29* FRESH ALL MEAT GROUND BEEF Ground Fresh Hourly ivfm^vju.v/iHmHmmgm »H wm> «.v 'J^ft VALUABLE COUPON BEET SUGAR 5 39 C WITH THIS COUPON «nd Your Purchase of $5.00 or More Limit Ont Coupon Ptr Customor Redeemable at All NATIONAL FOOD STORES Owk Tola* !/!«• Coupon bplrai Saturday Nitt, Dtc. 13, 1958 "STOKELY'S" CATSUP_._.. "NATCO" PURE GRAPE JELLY CHERRY or APPLE PIES 14-oz. Bottles 10-oz Jars •TOM THUMB" Froien Grade "A" Just lake and Strvt V/i-Lb. PIES I "NATCO" 1 COFFEE or Drip Grind Can "NATCO"-Strawberry PRESERVES I 12-oz. Jars 89 U. S. NO. 1 SIZE "A"—Washed and Waxed REP RIVER VALLEY FREE! FREE! ONE 5'VOUNCE TIN OF HERSHEY CHOC. SYRUP Lb. Bag With the Purchase of LORING I I CREAM... MIXED NUTS MAKE NATIONAIYOUR HEADQUARTERS P 0 I CHRISTM ASN U T S No. 1 NEW PACK Lb. Cello lag ROASTED PEANUTS Mb. Cello •09 Diamond No. 1 WALNUTS Cello Bag PEN ANT Prices Effective Thru Saturday, December 13, 1958 ........... 10*oi. Jar MARSHMAL-0 CREME . 33° HEINZ HAMBURGER HEINZ-Strained — OR — BABY FOOD . . 6 '%? 65' HOT DOG RELISH " Jar 33 KSTAl c PEAS 2 ' HEINZ SOUP ^ CHICKEN NOODLE 2 Mo. 301 17-ei. COM _ ^ IUOOY lOY—Ytllow or White _ 39' POPCORN ... 2 ^__ PAPER—TISSUE "c..: l 37 e NORTHERN . . 4 Lb. 809 450 Sh»«t lolls 29* 37

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