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News Mr. Roosevelt Strong, Agent | improvements for HAZLEHURST FUNERAL HOME The Hazlehurst Funeral Home for colored has shown great improvements during the first few- months of 1961. | Four agents have been added ' to the staff to make a total of twenty-two agents. A Parking area has been provided at the rear of our Funeral Home for friends and members. The Funeral Home has pur chased another ambuknce which makes a total of three. In doing these things the fu neral home is trying to make things comfortable for mem bers and friends. The Hazlehurst Funeral Home offers a twenty-four hour ambulance service with able and dependable drivers. The company is able to serve people thruout the state of Mississippi. We appreciate your business and for informa-1 tion you may write the Hazlc hurst Funeral Home. P. O. Box! 102, Hazlehurst, Miss, or call ! at 614. They will do e ery-1 thing to satisfy you in your saddest hour. Regular services we e held at the Temple Holiness Church, Sunday, June 11 at 11:30 A. M., Scripture, Rev. James E. Jefferson, Prayer. Rev. J. McKenzie, sermon by the pastor on the subject, “Stay with the Lord.” At 7:30 the 23rd Psalms was repeated in unison with prayer vy Lev. i G. Marshall, sermon by Rev. i James E. Jefferson, from the text, Hebrews 11:8-10. Our sick and shut-ins are: Bro. Charlie King, Sis. Mary E. Rauls, Sis. Sarah A: n Gar- j rett and Sis. Geraldine Grif-■ fin. Prayer is offered for the speedy recovery of these and others. A Men's Day Rally was held at the Temple Church, July 18 at 2:30, with the guest speaker being Rev. James E. Jefferson. Rev. J. O. Rials, Pastor, Sis. Mary Farley, Sec. | Greyhound Tan Driver In Ohio CLEVELAND, Ohio — (ANP) — A Cleveland father of three children last week became the first colored per son in Ohio to be hired as a regular passenger driver for the Greyhound Bus Com pany. Ernest H. Allen, 33, was assigned to the Cleveland Canton daily run after com pleting six weeks of a driver training program. The first few' days on the run were “without incident’’ of any sort, except for the “approving smiles and back pats ’ of colored passengers who boarded his bus. Allen, a Clevelander for four and a half years, had been em ployed as acting physical di rector at Cedar Branch YMCA where he has been unusually active as vice president of the International “Y’s Men's Club,” w'hich is active in 37 countries. NOW TTvJ£To ROOFING, SIDING ADDITIONS PAINTING SARGENT'S FAMOUS LINE of PAINTS BUILDERS LUMBER and SUPPLY CO. 2340 N. MILL ST. PHONE FL 3-4691 . FREE ESTIMATES Francis H. Mitchell, New Managing Editor For Tone Francis H. Mitchell, former Ebony Magazine Associate Editor, was named Managing Editor of TONE, the magazine supplement servicing 58 news papers in the Negro press, Publisher Donald W. Mcll vaine announced in Chicago. Arkansas-born Mitchell, 35, resigned from Johnson Pub lications after a distinguished career there spanning six ac tion-packed years, reporting news at the source from a- ] round the world and logging more than half a million air I miles. Mitchell succeeds Marc i Crawford in his new position, j Mellvanie said in announcing Crawford's promotion to Exe- j cutive Editor. Boston University Journal ism graduate (class of 51) Mitchell has made more sor- j ties into the deep South to report the integration story than any othe reporter in the Negro press and distin gushed himself by his cour- i age in the face of mob vio- ! lence and incisive coverage of the school integration crisis both at Little Rock and Clin- 1 ton, Tennessee. With a 35 mm. camera hid den in his sleeve, Mitchell slipped into a Birmingham, ; Alabama hospital to get the j only pictures of KKK castra tion victim Judge Aaron in 1951. A veteran of World War II and a member of Sigma Delta Chi national journalistic so- i ciety, Mitchell, a senior con sultant, has worked with the ! Florida A. and M. Interscho lastic Press Workshop for the past four years. A Photo-Journalist of rare skill and former Managing Editor of the Norfolk Journal and Guide, Mitchell’s foreign correspondence includes Cuba, Korea, Japan, Okinawa and the Philippines. Said Publisher Mcllvaine: “Mitchell is the man we’ve been looking for to help give our readers the very best in a very demanding age.” Indianola News The Sixth District Masonic Grand Lodge F. & A.M. Prince Hall Affiliation, Hero ines of Jericho and Palice of Children Jurisdiction, held their Annual session with the Mt. Beulah Baptist Church, 306 Church Avenue, last Thursday and Friday June 22, 23, 1961. The good people of that city, gave us a very fine Entertainment, and this was a great session with members from over the 16th District. Hon. James C. Gill iam, G. M. Prof. K. Watson, District Grand Secretary, Bro. Jerry Coleman, Dist. G. L. Mrs. Lula Garner, Dist. G. M. Mrs. Mandy R. Sims, Dist. G. Sect’y. Deputy Grand Master Bro. James Kimble, The next annual session will be held in Greenwood, Miss. JAMES WOODSONS ENTERTAIN CLUB The No. 1 Good Samaritan Club met last week in the home ot Mr. and Mrs. James Woodson of 223 Roosevelt St. The devotional was led by Mrs. W’oodson and the lesson was taught by Mr. Woodson, Mrs. Bertha Hughes, presi dent, presided. Attending the meeting were Mrs. Bertha Hughes, Mrs. Ce lia Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. James Woodson, Mrs. Willie Mae McCarter, Mrs. Georgia Butler, Mrs. Sallie Allen, Mrs. Veals, the Rev. A. W. Wells, the Rev. Ed W’atson, James Mack, Clark Bailey and Wil liam Foster. The club will meet next on July 1, at the same place. Visitors are welcome to at tend. BOOTS Flower Shoppe 817 N. Farish St. Jackson, Miss. 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