Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida on November 2, 1960 · 21
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FROM LONDON Salvation Army Chief To 'Visit St. Petersburg Gen. Wilfred Kltehinj, interna- tional leader of the Salvation Army with headquarteri in Lon don, tngiana.f m jp win come 10 di. a -v" Pelersburfi Nov. V U on an official I 4 - t visit to the Sou- 3 K them District, t This will be V Gen. Kitchine's ) first visit to tnef city and to the Southern D 1 -trict, com- prtsint 16 states. HITCHING Mrs. Kitchin will accompany ner nusband. She Is world ores dent of the Home Leagues, the salvation Armys organization lor women. General and Mrs. Kitchlng will speak Nov, IS at 7:45 p.m. during a public Festival of Praise, at Christ Methodist Church, First Avenue and Fifth Street North. The couple will arrive at noon at Tampa International Airport from London and leave Nov. 17 for a tour of inspection of Salva tion Army work In the West In dies. Septic Peril Feared In McKay Creek Area CLEARWATER The Pinellai County Health Department yes terday issued a strongly-worded warning of possible epidemic dan ger In existing septic tank con ditions in ana around the proposed McKay Creek Sewer Dis trict. George R. McCall, associate chief sanitarian of the health de partment said it was fortunate that no typhoid carriers had moved into the area, since all other requirements for a major epidemic were present. At the time of the Health Department release, two letters were being circulated by separate groups of Harbor Hills residents. One argued in favor of the proposed district establishment, and the other opposed any sewer installation at the present time. Commenting on problems eon-fronting health-officials, McCall said reports of septic tank repair companies, complaint records and observation would indicate from 500 to 800 septic tank failures have occurred in the area in the past year. McCall said many of these fail ures have been corrected by the simple expedient of connecting drain field laterals to storm sewers, ditches, and even to the bay itself. Examination of water samples from selected storm sewers, ditches and drains has revealed a high content of conform bac teria, indicating the presence of sewage. A large number of sand filters and other stop-gap systems have been installed, but McCall said these are only temporary substi tutes "and do not discharge treat ed sewage of the high quality expected from a treatment plant or the type proposed for the dis trict." During and after heavy rain falls, McCall said, ground water seepage presents a grave prob lem by running over curbs and into the streets. Examination of this water shows a potentially dangerous combination of sewage and ground water, McCall said. Judge McNulty: Pinellas' First Flying Jurist? Judge Joseph McNulty of the Civil and Criminal Court of Record became possibly Pinellas County's first flying udge yester- busy day, he hopped light Negro Lunch Sit-ins Resume Sit-ins were resumed in St. Pe tersburg yesterday as teen-age Negroes closed the lunch counter at the S. H. Kress k Co. chain variety store. A man was with 11 teen-age girls staging the sit-in at Kress. They entered the store about 3 p.m. and remained in lunch counter chairs for two hours Waitresses placed "closed" signs In front of the demonstrators, but white persons seated at the count ers finished their food and drink before leaving. W. A. Pittman, manager of the Kress store, was in a conference with Kress district manager. W. J. Shugard, and could not talk to reporters, according to the receptionist at the store's information counter. The conference was in session during the sit-in. Kress. F. W. Woolworth Co, and McCrory's variety stores have been nationwide targets for lunch counter desegregation. The firms have desegregated lunch counters in 112 cities throughout the South, including Tampa, Largo, Bradenton, and Sarasota. The Mayor's Bi-racial Committee will meet today, but committee chairman Dr. Earl Edington said a discussion of sit-ins was cot on the agenda. Research Council Postpones Meeting CLEARWATER - Pinellas Re. search Council Inc. has post poned to Nov. 17 the regular monthly meeting originally set for this Thursday. The group meets in Clearwater and St. Petersburg in alternate months, with the November gathering set for Clearwater in County Commission Building. IT i.v; iter ADVERTISEMENT How To Held FALSE TEETH More Firmly tn Place Buyour fail tth ftnnoy and ra on rrs by dipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? Juat tprlnkle t Uttlt FASTEETH on your plates, ThM alkaline (non-acid) powder holds falae teeth mora firmly and mora comfortably. No gummy, Kooey,paaty taste or feeling. Don not our. Checks "plat odor'T (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at drug eountera arerywhere. ADVERTISEMENT 16 hobbids to choose from The ralue of hobbies fa today's fast-paced living makes them as important as they axe fun. And if you haven't found the hobby that's right for you, be sure to read November Belter Home$ St Gardens. There are 16 different hobbies listed, each completely described with how-to instructions, reference books, necessary materials and costs. Get your copy of November Better Hornet A Gardens today, wherever magazines are soldi During in his plane at Albert Whitted airport St. Petersburg, about noon and soloed to Clear water's municipal airpark. Bailiff LeRoy H. Marker met him there with a car, and drove him to the court McNULTY house in Clearwater where Judge McNulty drew three jury lists from the box containing possible Jury names. The chore done, Judge McNul ty hurried back to the airpark, revved up his plane, and buzzed back to Albert Whitted. Total time: A little more than one hour. 2 WOMEN INJURED IN BUS MISHAPS Two women were hurt in minor bus accidents Monday night. within half an hour of each oth er, police reported. Both were treated at Mound Park Hospital for scrapes, then released. Mrs. Julia M. Finnie, 43. 3763 Lakeview Ave. S., lost her foot ing while boarding the city bus on the southeast corner of Lake- view Avenue South and 20th Street Mrs. Mary Peres, 67, 912S 83rd St. N Largo, stepped from the rear door of a bus at a City Pier bus stop, slipped, and fell on the cur. Both accidents occurred while the buses involved were stopped, according to police. Heads Cattlemen President of the Florida Cattle men's Association is H. O. Pearce Jr., ef Okeechobee Rail Signal Plea Goes Back To Cily Mrs. Robert P. Wallace, 3601 22nd St. N president of Nor- wood Elementary School. PTA, is determined to get somebody to Install warning devices at three unprotected railroad crossings near the school. Now, after unsuccessful pleas to both St. Petersburg and Pi nellas County officials, she a go ing to take her case back to the City of St Petersburg and try to get some action. She has re served time on City Council's business agenda Nov. . ALL CROSSINGS Mrs. Wallace said her school group is interested in seeing warning devices installed at all unprotected rail crossings in the city, but is particularly concerned about three Atlantic Coast Line crossings near Norwood: on 30th Avenue North at 25th Street, on 28th Street North near 32nd Avenue and on 38th Avenue North near 32nd Street. V Last January, Mrs. Wallace filed a petition for the signals with St. Petersburg officials. City Manager George K. Armes, directed by council te study the problem, held a meeting ia March with railroad and county school officials, which so far has brought bo action. Armes said it was his under standing from the session the county and ACL would share the cost of two crossing signals and that all agreed eventual ACL re location to 34th Street North would eliminate need for a 38th Avenue signal. The crossing is to be eliminated by construction of a motor traffic underpass or overpass. TAKE t TEARS Mrs; Wallace takes the post tion, however, that ACL reloca tion will take -another-year or two to accomplish and that the crossing should be protected in the interim. On Oct. 18, Mrs. Wallace went before Pinellas County Commission in Clearwater to find out why none of the crossing signals had been installed. Commissioners told her they had never been asked about the signals by the city. They referred her to city officials. Nor. I is her day to try to find out who is going te put in the signals and when. . COORDINATION, NOT PANIC, IS PROBLEM St. Pattrtbura Ttmti, Wadntidoy, Nov. 2. 1 W Local 7-1 Nuclear Attack Reactions Described By WALTER ROBINTOS Of The Timet Staff GAINESVILLE - How would you react following nuclear at tack? Research studies ' show the greatest oroblem would not be panic, but a coordination of sur vivors' actions, according to Charles E. Frits. A research associate in the department of psychiatry, Fritz POLICE BEAT Now Compact Model Listed On Report The daily report of St. Petersburg Detective Ross Boyd, chief of the auto theft squad, carried a short postscript yesterday. In addition to listings of stolen car esses the report also noted: 1961 model, serial number unknown, new arrival, American type baby girl, t pounds, 10 ounces, designation Susan Elizabeth Boyd. Gunshot Victim Reported 'Fair' Mrs. Fannie Mae Wilson, 23, 1762',i 20th St. S... critically wounded when shot in the chest at her home late Monday, was reported in fair condition yesterday at Mercy Hospital. Police are still holding her husband, Andrew. 39, for investigation of aggravated assault Burglars Even Takt Pans To Cook Haul Burglars got a succulent haul early yesterday at Becker & Jump Market, 1763 Third Ave. S. Owners reported the haul as 30 fryer chickens, 7 12 pounds of frankfurters, S pounds of link sausage, 15 pounds of pan sausage and 2 frying pans, all valued at $80. spoke at the J. Mollis Miller Health Center in Gainesville last night. Before coming to the University of Florida, he spent 12 years with governmental agencies studying human behavior in national disaster and nuclear attack. "Panic, hysteria, looting and a reversion to the law of the jungle probably will be no problem at all at such a time," he said. "Co ordination of survivors' efforts will be a real problem," he added. He called this an explosion of a popular myth. People may be shocked, but survivors will take charge. In reality, research shows a unification of society rather than disintegration. He emphasized the Immediate need for our Civil Defense program as the establishment of a concerted national preparedness network. "This would be set up and maintained by our national government," he staled. "There is a 'shelter lag in America, fully as much as there is a missile lag," Fritz said. "We know from experience that 90 per cent of the populace recog nizes the possibility of nuclear attack. Less than 10 per cent have made any sort of prepara tion. A Civil Defense program should be given equal priority, emphasized fully as much as the armed services, he concluded. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Amazing New HEARING CLARIFIER . may help you I Are you finding it harder to hear clearly and distinctly? Do you strain to understand conversation? If so, youll be interested in an amazing new principle just devel oped. We call it the Clarifier Princi ple, It not only clarifies sounds, It also helps you better locate the direction of sounds. The result is almost a miracle! 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