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2nd Year, No. 5 OMEGAS FAMILY NIGHT .■< JS* r - :T - yffr fc' - Igß :- : \ f W ' ' I y* J I if m ; MET JB Ksv , ¥ ds , ? /JB I » VflK tp|gßi\ Vr%? A&*‘v , .v V m&*W -a -••<-■ ■•••.!■■ i fiife t sg^H The Phi lota Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity had a family night under the stars at the home of Lincoln J. Ragsdale, 1606 W. Thomas Road. Honor guest was Alfred Madisorf, recipient of the annual scholarship award. Front row, 1 to r: Walter Venerable, Ernest Nedd, William Warren, Sr., Lincoln Ragsdale, and George Greene. Back row: Conrad Bohannon, Essie White, Morrison Warren, Sr., Alfred Madison, Henry Jones, William Bennett, Lowell Wormley, Lawrence Buford and David Wormley. SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN Members of the Rose of Arizona Tabernacle, N 0.32 surprised their High Pre. Dtr. Myrtle Copeland with a birthday party. Dtr. Maude Jewell, Lois Jackson and * Legusta Lynch arranged the activities at Prince Hall Temple on August 12. • More than 30 ladies greet ed Mrs. Copeland. .PHOEMZONA ALL-AMERICA CITY ’HUM' '"*’*'l.- ■■ —* ■ 111. 921 "°N Titujaj ‘zuy ‘xiuooqd ; aivd HDVLSOd *s*n \ srxvHSina" 1 Friday, August 21, 1959 ROBBERY HEARING WAIVED BY YOUTH An 18-year old Phoenix youth arrested minutes after a filling station robbery hers < has waived preliminary hear ing and was ordered held to answer in superior court on chirges of robbery. Robert Jackson, 1510 W. Yuma, was ordered held by Justice of the Peace Ida A. Westfall. Jackson is charged with armed robbery of a service station at 2501 Buckeye i A juvenile comp ziion was turned over to juvenile au thorities. The suspect is being held in the county jail. Pictorial Weekly COMING AND GOING Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Kerr Spur,Texas, visited the Lee Thompsons! . Mr. Kerr is a: principal in the city system and his wife is an elementary teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Ste venson of Houston, Texas were houseguests of the Thompsons, too. • William Allen Jr„ sur prised his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Allen, 2520 W. Jefferson. He mo tored from Wichita Falls, Texas in his new Mercury. Mrs. Dorothy Patton, 3749 E. Superior Ave. returned home after visiting rela in Louisville, Ky., Chica go, 111., and Detroit, Mich. She saw Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip during her trip to Windsor, On tario, Canada. Mrs. Lois Bilton and chil dren are vacationing in California while Jim at tends a Flagstaff educa tional conference. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Brown spent ten days in Calif ornia. Mrs. Frankie Banks has returned after a month in Chicago, 111 Phoenix, Arizona YUMA GRAD RECEIVES OMEGA AWARD jSHH A || »l r SB -v ft J* ALFRED M. MADISON, June graduate of Yuma High School received the annual scholarship presented by the Phi lota Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He will attend California Western University in San Diego, California. Pictured left to right, Morrison E. Warren, Sr., Alfred M. Madison and Henry Jones. Alfred ranked 36th out of a class of 300 seniors. He is a star athlete and he was active in several school activities. (Photo by Ed Banks) 10 cents CITY POLICE DEPT. ADDS NEGROES Police Chief Charles P. Thomas announced that four Negroes had successfully completed police recruit school and they have been assigned .to the patrol di vision. Ernest G. Burton, 20 N. 12 Street was appointed in Feb. In April, Russell E. Cook 1510 E. Jefferson and Don ald D. Griffith, 1121 S. sth Avenue were assigned. Isaac E. Jones, Jr., 2122 E. Jefferson became a pa trolman in June. Recruiting bulletins have been issued for 65 police patrolmen. Applications for these positions will be ac cepted through August 31. WEDDING BELLS Oreace D. Armstrong, 30, 729 W. Sherman and Margaret. Armstrong, 30, have'a mar riage license. Willie J. McCullen, 25, WAFB will marry Christine Jackson, 22, 1813 S. 17th Dr. Sherman Liggins, 33, 3512 E. Wood, and Roxie Duchett plan to wed.' Bolden Johnson, 41, 511 E. Hens haw; and Oralene English, 41. 3641 S. 17th St. will say *1 do.' Mike Hill, 36„ 4232 S. 18th I Place and Emily Harper, 30, will tie the knot.