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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 2, 1961
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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lccn - sn 83045218
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-_. _. : "- Saturday.September 2. 1961- Jacksonville 9.Fla. ISC nt.
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Discrimination. 4 :' ..To Appearances Here ,I :- I

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Employment o .,"..,""",'v"713;\:;'"<; Jaxon
,t .ft j Fatally Stabbed
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Hit By Negr09*- t. .:, t FVA _I. .t r'} .':,.".j.;,.,".;1'-,1, :

Charges of flagrant discriminatory t ; J

I practices f..r Ji.,. _,
i against Negro employes of '1Z"-,r-'i' :-. 4/ ." "

I 1 the Jai Terminal Co. were 11i:4 After"Fuss .
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given exclusively to the .",

{ Florida Star this week by ,. .
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the members of the T!:'v ... -. .
I'" s wqrkers section.In ,.y...' >;i:. f'{',',1'*;1: '
; Youth
; 't, iJ Council Survey Teams
a bitter denunciation : :: id- k F '. First Schools Found Dead

f ,worker of the said bias has which long pre-the ,:'St.-. :"itt; : .:. Near Completion Of Projects/ Are Integrated At Hospital

vailed against Negro ; JY: :: :rrt INEQUITIES IN NEGRO AREAS

workers, ,he cited the com- In .GeorgiaATLANTA An early morning argument -

pany's administrative .; .' Survey teams representing the Jax NAACP Youth Council over an alleged two.

policy which precludes the >.',J. :: -; have Just about, completed investigating firms, in Negro -Without* dollar debt ended in the

possibility of Negro >. :,'f.>iP; areas charged with discrimination in employment and incident Georgia Joined fatal stabbing of one

.employes rising to .any: I. .r\"Z::-j': other inequities, a council spokesman reported Thursday -. states complying with I -1x. "1

positions other than that, .. :;1.T' Following a complete check of their findings, 'the U. S. Supreme Court's'
the council will results historic 1954 school
of menial. jobs. report the of their reports
to". merchants, concerned before desecration ruling when I
The worker went further taking further action, II
into the ana.rsls hr stating y the representative stated. nine Negro students entered !I I

that the ,employment struc- The representative fur- four previously all- or' I

ture is operated'in three: ther stated that numerous supported the white high schools. here .\. I
: I group1spolicy ,
We dne s day.Despite .
categories_ namely: Group citations against -concerns [ of bringing about :'" i I I'it.
last "
I ; Clerical workers aDd ,--- __I doing business i n better working and wage efforts by race extremists minute,' ..:''.

,machine operators. Group. TOP HOLIDAY ATTRACTION--,Miss Dinah Washington. Her .predominate ly Negro areas.. ;scale, conditions .forftraga"ins 1', w
2 '.t officials_, _.., reported.... normal. __ .i
Other officials sta- ms Arowirig. V r "
Majesty of the Blues/ brings show business' refgnJnjLtain generally the T !+W!! ryf A :I
Retusart() T -f #* were'r caed! 1awlde
e yBerrier's tJ
tion supervi0*"**** m***8ft i ++'''I'+1rw t n+A' III'-- bwh'enShean'ansl" : : 1.
train -"- "s: ;& ''stuaueasup ng cast en er- Cream Company
couriers Ice
germ and hire Negroes, although the- separated areas representing
train her thousands of local supporters at the Palmson located at First social MELVIN PRINGLE
announcers, gatemen vast majority of their:} the city's
and engine crew callers, Saturday night and at Duval Armory 'on. Sunday night customers belong to the and Hogan streets will and economic levels. .. .Alleged Slayer. *

warehouse watchmen, Sept. 2nd and 3rd respectively. minority g ooP. 2. ..Wide I be stepped up this week Charged with disorderly principal and the

switchboatd operators, and (See story..-This Page spread, unbelievedly low in the ev nt the company .conduct and interferingwith Jailing without bond

others. Both groups 1 and scale of wages paid Negro fails to correct its the schools were of his alleged killer.

2 employ white employes Queen Sings For Freedom employes on a weekly alleged discriminatory five persons who received Found dead at the

only. basis. 3. Utter. disre- employment practices, it sentences ranging from 30 entrance of Dival Medical

Group 3; he added, uses Here At Palms And Armory, gard of some employersto was revealed. to 90 days in municipal.Three entrance of Duval Medical -

Negroes in a strictly discuss Improvement of Regarding other companies others were questioned Center emergency'room
Miss Dinah Washington, who knows no peer in today'ssinging
labor capacity such as employer-employe rela- now under fire, should and released.One at'4 a.m. was 52-
and mail handlers, profession, will grace local entertainment i I' fail to correct inequities -. iden-
baggage tions. they person who was year old Ernest Royal who
circles here Saturday and Sunday night when she and,
mail separators, tractorand According to.the council currently charged tified as Bill Cody of lived at 1480 E. 26th

truck drivers, parcel her star-studded supporting cast greet thousands of. spokesman, over 100 enthusiastic against them, they will Arlington, Va. a self St. Held In city Jail

handlers, ( other than her local supporters here at the Palms and Duval youths attended also become the target of described member of the without bond is Melvin

clerks)> maids Janitors, Armory in two fastidious pre-holiday performances. the counc il' s weekly \ future council action, itt Nazi. party. said he came Pringle 28, of 1425 E.
Saturday night's presentation at the Palms and Sunday
sanitary employes, clean- meeting this week and I t was disclosed. to picket but was hauled 21st. St. Royal''
ers, Red Caps, (captains), night's Duval Armory extravaganza. Both events beginat off to court and receiveda suspected attacke

3 and Red Cap porters.. 10 o'clock, respectively..: labor Department Spokesman 30 day Jail sentence. According to Sgt. J. '
The inimitable ana'
Seniority Rights the other four Parker of hominid

personable ,star whose Youth's Death To Labor Law 9th high school pupils Pringle was said.to have
The complaintant also original vocal stylings S Explain Sept.
Senfence from surburban areas gone to Royal' home to
cited cage wherein Negro have Being
long endeared her
.SET FOR BLODGETT HOMES Principals at Northside,.' collect two dollars owed
workers with seniority in the hearts of million
s Cited NAACP
By and Murphy
Grady, Brown him. Pringle said Royal
over whites were of music lovers through : Jacksonville Fla., -- (Special)--A staff member of high schools reported no threw potash on him

laid off from their 'out. the world and whose the "U. S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor !
ATLANTA, -The NAACP has incidents. The Negroes and he, (Pringle) fled
Jobs while, the white phenominal recording launched an investigation Management Reports proposes to explode all mystery entered the buildings from the premises

help remained on the sales have soared into of the conviction by an connected with the 1959' Labor law when. he- visit. after the whites and| Some two hours later
payroll. the multi-million mark :.. '
Jacksonville September 9.
on at the
of a 15- later ate
all-white Jury" Pringle is said to haje
It was further revealed makes .
a triumphal
return -
that terminal t year-old Negro youth for. Robert T. Amis, regional answers- to their individual ca fet_ eri a. returned inn a car with

membership to the Jax scene alleged m.urder of : director who administers problems. The Meetings between the friends and during an
workers unions, .after a lapse of some .white man. He faces a the provisions of the law really isn't as city officials, merchants, argument between the
In two separate two years.
being membersof death sontenve. labor-m nalement act complex as many peopleare and Negro leaders plus! two men. Royal was stab- ,.
the Negro Supported by a band of .
-f 1575 of the death sentence. The lad, locally referred to as led to believe, and elaborate security be d in the chest.
the Local top flight musicians ,
Preston Cobb of Hills- ,the Landram-Oriifin law, .as union members live measures by the Atlanta Officers said Pringle
Brotherhood of Railway and the famed Dells
Steamship Clerks, boro, Ga. is reportedto ,-:today announced plans with it they come to police force was creditedfor drove Royal to the DMC

and 'and Quartet, popular stage have slain Frank Cole- for a labor school at rea It., c tit'J Amis the orderly tran-| emergency room and left
Friig handlers, and recording stars, the
Union man Dumas, who employedthe the Blodgett Ho.es., 1207 co njinned. sition. the .victim outside the'
.Station Employes two night appearanceshere boy' s mother_ Mrs. Davis Street, Jacksonville. Robert N. Hinds. BLMR Only three segregated door. Pringle was
while of Miss Washington .
Leatha Cobb. This is the first of area director at Miami, school, barriers remain 'arrested near Beaver
are members of Lilly marks it as being the in Florida will conduct the local 'in nation-Alabama) Line ,.
Local 1014 of the Blood was fonndiin four meetings the and streets by Patrolmen -
'n outstanding
1 and Sout
held at instruction. There will i8si.ss JPp'i.
Dumas' home but the Others will be C. E. Peeples
iame brotherhood.0. ._ -' the pre-holiday sea miles 16t be a two-hour session Carolifa. __ I '
body was located 15 .Orlando on Sept. 1 and K. R, Browja.

.Wort.MEf aaa.Adveace sway. Mrs. Cobb has. .Tampa on Sept. 23. and starting at 9 a.m. All BULLETIN Lt. Ed Corley of Homicide -
Praists LAThe
admission ticket
asked the NAACP to retain* .at ._cola on Sept. 30. provisions of the Act assisted in the

YORK, K. Y..Despite sales at a considerable a lawyer for her son. "A member of my staff will be explained and Star learned late investigation. .

r .:threats against his life, saving to those planning The NAACP based its will be in Jacksonvilleto questions will be Thursday night that three '
on attending either attraction '" answered. All union carloads of' Jax police *. *
Elijah Muhammad, controversial interest in the case on coachct the meeting ,
leader and table reservations '. fact : ssid'im Atlanta : officials and other arrested three NAACP
and famed : the .. s age; the lAmis
for Sunday ai l1t' a [Youth Council members I
R. ,of the Muslim movement, that! no Negro fees erred. this week. "1. in prepared interested parties are.

addressing "., 500 Dcnral Armory presentation on a Jury i. Jaeksoi to fire .. line bylimt invited Mis announced. who were maintaining a At the police station. m
be secured from
Hay concerns -
picket line at Barrier'sIce
c people daring a Sundays County for more than 41: explaiatiea of all police S It. told a Star
s Meting in tfee 969thRegimental t listed in advertisement years; the denrt-..,. ted item. wfcieh .st be list -. Cream Co. at First reporter .that the threecouncil /
in Maeuelnf the two- cowsel failed id tme ammmalamcialrepots ',MTftOHiZS and: T Hogan St.incident .
Ar orr ; ; defense oa combers were_
% g Femt !
; day
511 'Ariel,'. rtportefllj :. 'to raise pertimeateomstitatie.al .,tin file \ :; ?|& was said't&"h arrested for; unlawinlassembly .

praise: t>e 11u Klux I .estiem; by amen localthat's .al....\" ... ,...... ve occurred at 10 o' and that* neitherof !

' : Klan, aW i..leaat.li .'; -' *'";V-.)'....."' the probability tkat. "'!' .T' mete !,;:.. ..i..:. ;clock after a young Negro the three member had .
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.1 : :-., dtBQiactt1. the federal "" '.-::;{;'*"r ethers were imreite* villa" later leasers we I i [identification cards*
\\ '.>>:'.,.?go v' .rut-it.,'I. KAACP; a., ;:.::;;' J ia the 1 .J'"t l'al., ... "': <" '.it"-....will Ii.} 'lit'..'.r. .:;wltk'. .;c.: .,'' [cream. soda at Berrier -
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., :, NEWS .
I By Eric 0. write
", -. SimpiOTT
f; Co. y' ) % l :L't.
Published by The Florida Star Publishing ti i tit y 1 -r I '

Sy.. Member of Associated ,Negro Press" .1 1 1 i.eaOBAN
ao'd' iiJr ON ALL FEDERAL J_'

BUG O. SIMPSON.........................._................Managing_ I. Editor URGED BY CIVIL RIGHT ra plagued WIth phnSUekheads -
find that
ALYSON E. WISE..............................:.............,...,...Ntw Editor viterhelps dump
.HILDA, WOOTEN...!.....................................OreuIaMon Manager action to''e soil water com-
gation and other forms of racial disheir akin and nIT-

{ MAIN OFFICE ft PLANT: all federally su ppq r ted programs ai le Ater.scum This charu scam

2323 Moncrl Road.......................:............Phont. Elgin 4-6782 t, urged in a documented 61-page memoranda-' teen-age
I __ to the White House Tuesday.. toore*.
i .
4 r Mailing Address: ,f Y. The comprehensive mem-' that make It a thmof

P. O. Bdx 561- Jocksonvlllt 1, Florida ior I andurn was prepared in .buy nonethe lessYo111l"partner a big-

I 1 In the perul of
response to an earlier
,"-.::-:.. One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 ,,y q, White House request fora tion of discrimin5practices. ,-
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United State detailed report on dis ." T-r

Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order Tot 1 crimination in federally' In suppprt of this

0 aided programs that cool d statement the study

-. be corrected by executive cites the vast sums,
order. amounting to more than
IA City and County Civil Service Jobs .1 r ,
Roy Wilkins and Arnold $7 billion in fiscal
-'Z. '.Negro Road Patrolmen tI.
:, Aronson, chairman and 1960, advanced by the
: 3. Nogro Firemen
.; secretary, respectively Federal Government to
II :. ,' 4. More Ntgro Pollet Officers '
: of the Leadership Con- state and local govern-

K \ .., ference on Civil Rights, ments in the form of

WITHIN OUR REACHOne f ,.'. presented the results of grants-in-aidloans ,

.1 : :.. .,,f their study at a White repayable advances and

.... ., f.. .- House session with shared revenue.
argument commonly: advanced to justify I an all-out ;' { :IFf
.. ,., "I, Richard Goodwin and Lee Eleven southern states, s
.. ; ,- -
; ri
effort to the "p.; :
place a man on moon Ts the inevitability ,
... 'If..:t"1.'I,. ._ f White, assistant special 'which as 9 matter of
bf< this adventure There is wide acceptance of the ..: 4' f....... ; It ,.."_"h
) ... ', '. ; < ; counsel, to the President. official policy continuein
'. 1 .
.. .. : .'
notion that when technology has made thing .. ". .. '
a possibleit .
tI '
,i .1.. -4'. large measure to reQuire -
1 .j : .' ,{ ', Contending that the
( trust be done at once. :...... ... : ; .; .'..... :. ,. ., is!.
.h'.f.. .! ': ,. 'r condone
.. ,,, ,_ ...... .' 'Federal Government support or
f / 'I' -
t'l"J <
.O' .'
The_ matter is not really as simple as that, however, _..: ;!.M 3 r t=": -..Y.,.."':1 J.ii; "" ... .:1,I\f-g.;.'...,:, '_'.-."....."...1...:... ......-. .."ryr..n..ft"L'1-.a;'.'\.........I '..J"-.rt,;t: ...'t:)it-l i., .'l"r' 10 should in no way be a discrimination in viola-

Though we may give lip service to this concept of EXTENTION OF COMMITTEE IS A nUZaI. OR FURTHER WEAKEN OUR WORLD party to.discrimination," tion of the Constitution -

Inevitability, the truth is that more than one thing ," received in 1960
technically possible has not been J LEADERSHIP f the Wilkins-
accomplishednoreven .... more than $1 billion in
seriously attempted on a scale .that would make Aronson memorandum : federal grants, the mem-

pUCCess likely. citesa orandum asserts. This

?technology to rid all I the world of some, of the Your WeeklyHoroscope series of federal financial assistance

'great communicable diseases, as the United States has U.S. Supreme: I constitutes an
peen substantially rid of them is within Guide Court decis
new our grasp.. important factor in the
1 Other factors-economics ions affirm-
superstition, bureaucratic budget of each of the
,Recalcitrance, so forth-present obstacles. But theechnoJogy eleven states, ranging
[J is there. Mach has already been done by the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL 'essentla from 10 per cent of the
: N.fs World Health Organization small thesis.'SIa'SoN:
m a budget.If total 'budget in Floridato

I the civilized nations were to join in a concerted By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER "The time has arrived," 22 per cent in Alabama

;Attack on infectious diseases, financing This effortas ,-- it declares, "for a full and Arkansas. ,!

generously: as the moon ventures are being financed, r- r rr Implementation of this Major areas of activityin

) success would I be almost certain. the month) You can make r SAGITTARIUS principle, to the end which immediate ,

S The same may be said of the prospects for the conquest Born March 1* ibm April 19 an excellent start in this Born Nov. 23 thru Dee. 21 that the Federal Govern- action is called for'

of hunger through increased food production. 'It is not direction on the 10th. ment will no longer
When you are in doubt, include military serv-
'of technical l Outside of the fact that participate in any program -
x iladc knowledge that keeps man from solving: ( 7-30-77-12-32-737 be guided as well by what ice, education, housing

this most basic of human problems. We know how to cb it, your duties may leave you you have learned through that requires it to employment health

.i but we do not tackle this problem with( anything I ike the little time for pleasure, LEO past experience, You are be a partner in support- services and agriculture.In .

fervor not to mention the that this should be a fairly .Born ing discrimination, but
r money, is being poured July 23 thru Aug. 23 fairly confident (10th), these and other
will instead require that areas,
Into I tha moon project. smooth week. Agreementsmay
These be considered between but you must: smell out all Federal programs be "the Presidential power
1 are but two of the numerous big problems whose You cannot escape the the dangers that could. "is
solution Is within the. reach of our present ,technology.We I you and the one who has a obligations administered in such a sufficiently broad and
imposed the
by creep up on you on flexible
to end
could solve them but donft. The stake in your worldly manner as to ensure federally
we doctrine of economic conditions '
of- 12th. They must have the "
n Inevitability11 -somehow achievements on the 10th, equality of opportunity.1 discrimination
appears not to apply to thesematters i ficial mandates and the benefit of stealth and
the memorandum .
perh sjbecausejthey. are. lessjjlarrDrousthan I. 11th.Try" ir-fc,-to -come= _:*down demands of an.orderly suddenness, and you can- Only the President "is comprehensive -docu-
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in to
B a position
cWAvgr ; : -' f*
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'T7>2'3t' 7ry--u ,
fully committed, as there u--fnd >H' --J'... '-.'. __ -ont ..PO.R in detail
this lesson in a rather napping. If y
are some doubts as to the end this discriminationin on discrimination in these
disagreeable fashion, yourself at a disadvantageyou
lasting Qualities of the absence of legislatire six areas. The complaints
on the 12th. It is good can pull a few tricks
attachments that action the outlined include -
WE WORK TOGETHERConsider are segregation
to be enthusiastic. of your own, late 12th
formed under this aspect. failure of Federal, unequal opportunity ,
and early 13th. Be on
There are additional signs 930221248,932VIRGO agencies to proceedon 'inequitable allocation of

;,f what Webster's New World Dictionary of the that you may be on the. your guard against those their own initiative, funds, lack of protec-

I American Language has to say about Labor (Day: it is "in Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 who may be trying to and the inability of individual tion in hostile communities -
"I most states in the United States the first in verge of a resounding reach you through your '
Kbnday This is ,no time for impatience taxpayers to and, in certain
success (1 5th ) weakness, or romantic in- '
September, set .aside as a legal holiday in honor of r plain speaking, challenge in the courts phases of some of the '

i labor" -Consider: also this definition of n labor "as or Jumping to conslusions. clinations. the legality. of federal p'rogra-ras. total exclusion

a generic term: "all I wage-earning workers{ 1-20-55-18-75-125 3-90-22-14-37-392 expenditures of
I :: distinguished TAURV8Bora You: should not pass up ft CAPRICORN the memorandum Negroes and mem-
rj from capital or management." chance to reorganize asserts. bers of other minority
20 thru your
April May 20
Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
;. Strictly I interpreted, then, this last great holiday of. ideas, and to draw up a 1- "That the President groups. Prompt action by

whether with mind or hand and receive for their' have impeded you are not with a person who authority to such
payment: of the. quarter There is a I prohibitthe discrimination is
likely to yield easily, is not afraid to say out
toil in fixed wages. That category takes in an enormous risk involved if you try- r. expenditure of Fed- recommended.
segment: of the American that but you are not one to loud what he or she eral funds The call I
people, a segment deserves to press allies too in any instance for executive
honor as a great moving force in the economy. give up without renewedand hard or against their inclinations think (10th) It may be where such funds action does not mean that

Yet Labor Day can also be taken as a reminder that ro greater attempts"" to (12th). to your advantage to accept are found to be used ina the organizations com-
broad within Is sufficient break them down. Line up some criticism that prising the
{ group our population unto discriminatory manner Leadership

Itself. Arguments can readily marshaled to justify all the assistance that 810661242816LIBRA '" is on the constructive seems to be beyond dis- Conference are in any, way

honor for numerous groups other than labor. There can be mustered in your Born. side if you have been pute," it says. shelving their demand
s.pt. thru Oct. 23
milt well be a Fanners1 [Day, a day set aside to honor corner (llth) as you may found lacking in one The President th T for congressional actionon

business, a day to honor the professions.To have to face a rather The one who goes farthestIs J respect or another. You document maintains, civil rights the

say this is not to denigrate labor, nor to detract formidable task, or organized often the person who could allow yourself to should issue a general document points out.

from its fundamental role in our society. The point to competition, on confides lA very few of be defeated by your own Federal Civil Rights The report originated t

be made is that In America no single group, be it labor the 12th. The 13th is a his or her, intimates- and fears, doubts and shortcomings Code governing all operations in a conference whichMr.

or management or the professionals or any other, is constructive day i when do ;almost never in strangers. on the 12th. of the entire Wilkins and Mr.

alone worthy of praise. It is bade to our society: that i mastic and residential, ,:What no one knows definitely 2-30-99-17-39-239 executivebranch of Aronson had last January

all groups, in spite of occasional: differences, work together affairs may take on verypromising does not hurt ; on the AQUARIUS government. 6 with the then President-

and value the same broad goals: : freedan, self- .' a a p e c t.s to 13th, and you may be able Born Jan. 20 thru Ftb-lA. Recognizing that any elect Kennedy. There
a handsome
determination, the dignity( and worth of the. individual. bdot profitto Regardless of your customary code will not be self- followed a White House

This is labor's day. It is also a good time to remat- by rendering someone conservatism, you implementing, the mem- meeting in February with

ber that in our society each group depends on the 5-40-77-13-29-547 -a great service. are perfectly aware of orandum suggests an top Presidential advisersat
ti, others, and that-if we move forward we do so together.5ranEopicsh 620441565624scORPIO the fact that the worldIs administrative :structure which time Theodore

'QEMX2TI In a transitory stage. reaching into each agencyor Sorensjon, special counsel
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Born- Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 You are quite capable of department of the t'o'the President, reQuested -

Although you are Quite Yon continue to have adapting yourself to. executive branch of a detailed mem-

likely to run .across delays, planetary sanction to look changes, een'if- your government. orandum on discriminati p n

red tape, procrastination everywhere for the key approach may seem on the Paying tribute to actions in Federal programs witha

labor troubles they cautious side to those already taken view to corrective
I or that will open all doorsto by
should not hold you up for enlightenment. Go behind around you. As long as President Kennedy and executive action.

long. You should have the scenes, tap influ- you adhere to this prin- members of his cabinet,
ciple, you should not Add "Flare" .'
ample reserves of bright ential sources of informa- the memorandum expressesthe
Ideas and resourcefulness." find the going too rough. opinion that "the ..
t : tion, or make discreet To Your Car
MAtRlA6eLICEfUE t thenever you are, chal inquiries, whichever 5-70-88-19-25-578 Kennedy Administration,
lenged.3684415r92384. gives better promise of has been more active in Color seems to be the keynote
I 1'6UREAU r FISCB0Bom the these days in automobiles, both In.
yielding the desired in- defense of civil side ana out.

; : 'CAKCKHBoca formation. This should be Fab. 11 thru March 20 rights than any preYiousadministration You can add even more.color toJ'O'I

Junt. 22 thru.' July, "P- lone before the 12ththe Some Pisclans may find in a -al tissues car by in using the dispenser new Bare-red or tissue fa.
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( Jourf" detriment, or to that of in partner, with the your car happens to
hay based sore on fant'than' that the SUB total .ftave bright red upholstery, thematching
your pocketbook. You purpose of making their tissue will be a real con-
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only 12th
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the 12th unless they
during your dally noun s, :
could be potent and au- are imposed on you. .' involvement}\. of ,the EVERY
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I LINDA SCOTT write '1

Abo--tPeopl S i I Jacqueline Ends Duties Baker ;1 L"- OJdYJ!

Miss Sandra Milton has returned hose after spending' : With City Group ,plea' Teen and sgers'blackheads plagued With find pirn-that!

the suaner at Myrtle Beach, S. C. visiting her Miss water helps dear up
Jacqueline Baker, Llndllift:
and sister-in-law. Sgt. and Irs Elijah soft water completely
: well known member of cleans their akin and never
Milton Jr.. Jax Younger-Setterm- leaves invisible scum charac
: teristic of hard water.This scum
inated her summer services
irritate sensitive
can teen-age
James Hicks, a representative of a nationally known u- .. with the City akin by plugging the ora.
I products company, has been awarded a ten-day all- Sy .
Recreation Department in
Snowmen liven the
I can sum
expense trip to Acapnlco, Mexico. The award for Mr. preparation for her return mer, too-with.the help up of a big

and Mrs. Hicks as top prize in a national sales to Central pail of dense aoapauda. Youngsters

contest. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will take a plane flight : College Wilberforce.State, this"limply'&t over btahandfulJ themselvesor -of

to Mexico via Jet and stay at the famous Hotel Pierr e *6ni\o each other.. .
where she will
Marques, the same hotel that housed former President
resume studies Super- LOOK I
Dwight D. B1senho.er when he held conferences with
visor Emmett N. ReedSr.
top Mexican officials. Mr. Hicks and Mrs. Pansy Mc- .
Padden Hicks, his wife'plan to leave as soon as final :: : Miss Baker's work with '

arrangements have been completed. Mr. Hicks is a d$, r the recreation depart- DinahWashington

member of Mt. Zidn AME Church, where he servos as 41 ment was authorized by

church clerk and Mrs. Hicks is a member of Bothel the City Council. She

Baptist Church, also a member of Chi Chapter, Iota
t served as director of

Lambda Sorority the playground at 13th
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DURING a quiet ceremony held Sunday, Aug. 27, at 6 p.m. in the home of her sister and Qrunthal streetsand

Mrs. Cornelia Muse of 1424 ;Madison Street and a memberof I andbrother-in-lawr, Mr. and Mrs. James Bageron 1173 W. Tenth St. Miss Lillie Mae also assisted Mrs. .

the Duval County'Retired Teachers Association has Bess, the daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Green of 1214 W. Second St. Ocala. C. M. Davis at night at

returned to the city after spending a month and twenty-;: became the bride.of niliam Burke, son of Mrs. Lula Burke, of Kissimmee, Rev. C. B Jones St. Playground in
six days in Alabama with relatives. Other than being a Dailey, pastor of First Baptist, Chrrch, Jacksonville, officiating. Mrs. Burke her home community.

teacher in the Duval Cointy;: School System before retiring -' graduated from Howard Academy, Ocala. An informal reception for the newlyweds was Upon her final two

she was teacher in the Sunday School'of held later at Buster Fords. weeks of duty and duringthe

Ebrfnezer Methodist Church, for many years. While in (Royal Art Studio Photo) workers' vacation

Alabama she visited.Alabaster Lafayette, Birmingham .... period, she assisted

Opallka and Phoenix City. Jax Educator Stork DeliveriesBirths David M. Shields, direc-

tor, at WilderJefferson f
Slates Return
at Brewster Hospital and Lavilla areas. r

Sgt. Hastings C. Smith left the city recently after To'Clark CollegeOne -- Miss Baker was also r iS t ;. .

spending two weeks with. his sister\I Mrs. P. >D. Brac-. of the Nation most Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward given the task of arranging A -

Kett. Sgt. Smith is leaving for Germany, his fourth wellknown and beloved 1273 W. 30th Street St. Hopkins 1937 Earline newspaper and 4.

trip abroad after 12 years in the, ervice. educators, Mrs. Mary J. Boy. 'Drive, Girl. other publicity materials
Mr. and Mrs. William compiled by the -
Todd McKenzie of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Jim -Dismuke, supervisor
Jones, 2205 Pullman St. the 30 ,
over past ,*
sonville, has been- invited 74 Magnolia St. Girl. : y
to return to Clark Mr. and Mrs. Vartise Boy. years into a historicalfile.
Mrs. Cornelia Jo raan, of 1439 Madison Street and two Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wiggins, .
College, Atlanta, where 123 S. Myrtle.
I 1144 Weare St. Boy. Nathan L. Mallison ,
'of her sons, Albert and Andrew have, returned to the she will again assume Avenue, Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon department superintendent,
city after making a quick business trip to Phoenix City, the position of hostess Mr. and Mrs. James Grant Akins, -2534 Janetta St. has secured books
at Kresge Hall, it was 1589 W. 25th St. Girl. many
Alabama last tday.
Sat The. stay was very brief, but Boy. for the Wilder Recreatio n
she did to several wf her announced here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
get an opportunity see re- Levious
Mr. and Mrs. Center Library which
latives.Mrs. In addition to her Col /Edwards, 1757 Mt. Herman ,
Grler, 2008 HummingwellStreet Miss Baker had also be en s r ..V s
lege duties, Mfs. McKenzie Street, Boy.
Girl. reclassifying.'
is a member of : Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
the Planning Committeeof Mitchell, 126 S. Myrtle With her entire show
Jones, 1640 W. 24th St. Wedding Bells
: Odessa Lane and Mrs.. Arusha Mingo entertained The Japan Interna- Avenue, Boy.
and bandIncluding
Mrs. Lillian Shel an of Miami with an outing at tional Christian Univer Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Boy.Mr. .

Little Talbot Island and at Johnny Springleton's on sity Foundation, Inc. : Bright, Box 125. Lawtey, and Mrs. Johnny APPLICATIONS FOR

the Southslde where a delicious seafood dinner was and preserves an active Florida, Girl. : Baldwin, 2227 York St..', MARRIAGE LICENSES i

prepared by Allen Bannister. Mrs. Shellman will remain interest in the progres s Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Boy. Leon W. Hickson, Jr., 741 S. The Dells Quartetieappearing

in the city indefinitely as guest of her aunt, of this country's api Campbell 942 Albert Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barney, Lincoln Lewis, 641 Ct.S., 30 Lincoln and Ct.Naomi, 31. J. af the

Mrs. ;tfary Bailey on West 23rd Street and other relatives cultural aid to Saraha Street Boy. 1548 W. 26th Street Gerald T. Flowers, P.O. Box

Burma. Mr. and Mrs. Saint Girl. 2412, 26 and Bernice G. :Monroe,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso 1546 Franklin St., 25.
Because of past asso- Joseph Grimsley, 2123
Wells 5517 Eartha Drive, Robt. L. Smith, 958 W. State Sat.PALMS
Mrs Josephine Alexander Wimhy of Gainesville, accom- ciation with Frank E. Jernigan Rd.f Girl. : St., 39'and Phyllis E. Kohn, 6215 .
.. Finder ._f o rm r *J"r V* ... --L'LMrr.i -.*::.*Tr--'-- Boy c..J.U! .
panied by her-aunt... IIrs.Ca1.vil\.a williama! o a.t\1r .... -"jr. """VPt!.ndMrs"L* .< :!! QI' ,...."' '11II.'r -
recently returned from an extended trip County"Agent nowservin/ g 5216 Ave.Boy. i eroy' Lane, 21 and Elizabeth Baker, AmuItrAmuItr
yule New'York as a consultant in the Mr. and Mrs. James : Hayes. 5104 Spring Grove 1311 Pasco St. 19.
to New York City and Stanford Conn. While in Girl. Wm. Burke, 309 Bermuda Ave., Sun. Nite
Republic of Ghana, Mrs. Foster, 5601 Minosa Road, Sept. 3
they enjoyed guided tours through the United Nations and Mrs. Willie Kissimmee, Fla., 33 and Lillie M.
also maintainsa Circle, Boy. Mr.
building, West Point Cadet Chapel, Coney Island, ChinaTown McKenzie Jackson 215 N. Myrtle Bess, 135 W. 9th St, 32. ADVANCE TICKETS.$2.00AT
in and 'Mrs.
similar interest Mr.
and Bear Mountain Inn, and other points of interest James E. Grey, 4323 Bessent DOOR. .. ..... ...$2.50
the new nation affairs. Hall., 1260 W. 19th St. Avenue Boy.WHY Circle, Apt. 10-B, 22 and Louise
While in New Rochelle they were guests of relatives and
Boy. Roberts, 1642 W. 1st St., 22. t
with the Family. TICKETS ON SALE: Ebony
visited Spigner
in Stamford thry
Moses Davis, 1871 W. 4th St.,
2 19 and Lula B. Brown, 963 W. Record Shop 728 W.Ashley; ;
Ashley St., 19. .'.. Kozy Korne ,8th & Davis;

Walter Johnson, 1204 Clay St,
Mrs. Tommye Mae Bland of Washington D. C., is in the 52 and Ethel L. Holmes, 1204 (also at Buster Ford s Rst. '

city visiting relatives and friends.: She is the houseguest Clay St, 42. 938 East Union; Florida ,
of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Richardson, 949 E. Ash.
Henry Shepherd of I 6374 Redt Lawn Drive. Mrs. Bland is' a 1 S -S ley St., 22 and Beatrice Gibbs, Star, 13th & Moncrief; J
',, 1535 W. Beaver St., 19. Springleton's Rst.Phillips
former'resident of this city and will, enjoy meeting t R Y
x.11r Leeroy Moseley, 2504 Petunia Hghway, Southslde.
with old friends S ,. St., 54 and Marie Taylor, 1835 W. RESERVATIONS for
41st St, 45. .--j::jr. :both affairs at Ebony &
....iKozy Korner ONLY. ,
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Mrs. R. E.. Jacobs of Kings Avenue South side, recently I PHOTOGRAPHS' FORS:

returned from Philadelphia Pa., where she attended the

funeral of her sister Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly. On her re EVERY O OCCASION

turn' trip Mrs Jacobs spent several days with.he i
brother P. A H&1wo d. 'In savannah Georgia, was e ExpertPoitrjUt photograpJrr

confined to the Central, of Georgia Hospital. 4; S J, 4 '. I. WedcI1ngstrr
mar P-r. & IdanMfioiiom fkoftc.
.i P""ot.tf. & Commercial. Wark
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Miss Patricia Ann Forrest of 66 Oneida Street, Saint fy Y WklU You Walt

Augustine' Florida was a recent house guest of her aunt, Coloring & Picture FniihngL
a Us TaW A Photo Of Tow
Mrs. R. G. Jacobs, of 2710-Kings Avenue, Southsidev Miss
Forrest returned home to be ready for the opening oJ 3
FETED ON.BIRTHDAY--Miss Virginia DuHart was the recent honoree during a surprise :..-.: Xa x&lIItSICOl f -
school, Monday August 28. She is the I daughter of Captain 16th birthday party given in her honor by her mother, Mrs. Gladys D. Guyton at the J. 7 .
and Mrs. Cicero Hayward. residence of Mr. ana Mrs. .T. N. Covington 1284 f. 23rd Street. The evening was AYEHTAVEBVS
enJoyably spent in the playing of games and dancing, and a buffet luncheon was PHOTO STUDIO S f
served. Among the attendees shown seated from left are: Patricia Hosier. Patricia
Mrs. Ethel Richardson, president of the Women's Missionary Roberts, Lorvee Waters,. Shirley Stafford Joyce Green, (the honoree) Evelyn DuHart, 1674 Kings .- Next to EWCTHbrarv
M Society returned to the city recently from Atlanta, Jackie Waters Janice Sutton Angela Robinson and Sylvia Young. Standing from .
left: John stafford Randolph Lee Ervin Norman Roberta Beacon Evonne Rodgers Plums EL &. U1. For ADaf.
Ga., after an extended visit and conference with Mrs. Charles Sapp and Edwin Norman. '
S. L. Greene-- Episcopal Supervisor. Mrs. Richardson is .'

preparing to take the Annual Conference tours-with Bishop Adult ClassesVOCATIONAL Start Sept. 6th I- .

and Mrs.. S. L. Greece PAYTWICE You Don't Have to Go to Town to .tLOWPRICES
v SCHOOL Food and Nutrition; and

Sister Rosetta Cohen will be prrsented in.a recital at Home Care of the Sick and

the First Born Church No. 2, 1459 ., Onion Street Sept. Leroy B. Jackson, prin- Injured.' There Is No Fee

6 at 8:30-p.m. cipal-director of the required for these courses

Appearing on the program will be the Gospel Echoes, Stanton Vocational.. High and all interested persons I On Your

Sunny; Rose'Singers, the United Gospel Singers the Hal. School" is announcing t ha t over 16 years of age; are AS MUCH

Light Quintet, Willing Workers Spiritual* Singers th registration for Adult encouraged- to enroll.The i DRUG STORE HEEDS

Singing Trumpets and other gospel groups Classes in Homemaking following is a schedule -and not get any ,

The DrAtrM is a benefit program and is being sponsored I Education at the school of time and place for. bitter relief Trade. With Your Neighborhood! Store :

by Mother Ada Roberts. The church is ptstored; by BIde center anA community registration: II

PIU.Bonrd.\ \ center ( A. L. Lewis STANTCN VOCATIONAL I W. Will Milt Any Prices Advertised

t .Trf Branch YWCA) will begin Wednesday and Thursday -. In Yell L.e.i l Pa'ptrsWOOD'S

Mr. and Mrs. Jed L. Lewis of_1211 W. Tenth Stare ., Wednesday September 6. 9 ..a. -'I p.au-Rocm 303 : o+ y "

vacationing with friends in New York 'City. The following courses Thnrsday-4 p.a.-9 'p...-- .

y will be offered: Be- Room /ice: Friday 9 ....- IIDE PHABMACY

ginning. Intermediate and 3 p.ar. -Boos 394. KM* IGU .* MYSTU AYINUIB.

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Williams planed to San Advanced Clothing Construction / A. L. LUIS YWCA Goodu'sHIEADACHE pJw. *UfM8HI

francisco, California and returned recently from ; Basic and Ad .Wednesday and Friday W. Dtflw Vfr AI. All DocWUt2 : .'riJCIIn

their annual vacation. They report having had an vanced Tailoring; Children' i q ....-3 p... -flay 0000 FAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

Interesting and enjoyable trip. Mr3. Williams the a Clothing Construe The instructors are Mrs POWDERS IILLS AT.OUaSToIE

foraer Helen M. Briton'. is a teacher.' in. the DuvalCounty ) tioa; Selection and Care Mary Lucille Harper, Mrs. 'POWDERS M Q POWDERS 2 W
r Public School fiystea. of Clothes For The Family ; Alveta s. Allen '. .

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l, I, Fountain Chop*! I Union Community Selects'Women's Day GroupsASSEMBLED ,s,. Paul Board '

AME Church's 5. F Sets Sept. TO Fete

CHURCH NEWS 'Sunday Program ; r
.s 1 Members of Stewardess

Rev. P. I. Jones, pastor, Board 1 of St. gaul AME j

called all of the women, of Church' will observe their

---- the church together anniversary with a Tall-Tea t

Stewardess Board No.. 2 of Central CME Church will following last Sunday's Sunday Sept. 10 in the bas> \

sponsor a trip to Little Talbot island Sept. 2. Bus services to-organize the ment of the church.

will leave Leila and Magnolia Streets at 9:30 a.m. group for annual lo.en's Principal speaker will be
p J !L II
and from the church, First and Davis streets ,at Day observance which will .1 Mrs. Thelma Mitchell, an

10 ,a... be held on the fourth Bun rlrs1 Instructor of St. Paul's

..0..l....... day in October.Mrs. .- Sarah Allen Bible Class. ,
ri -'- .., t .. ; .,. 'f: Also appearing the
Bessie. Douglas was '. tt: .. .'.\: on pro-
Communion service will be held Sunday at 1:45 p. m. at elected general chairman, I ',.(,.,.f.:;;.., -I' gram will be: Mrs. Mattie
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Second Baptist Church with the Rev. J. L. Hall, assistant Mrs. Fannie B. Davis., first, .,:i; ..',I. B. Hicks, Louis Singleton,

pastor and other ministers in charge. The regu* co.chairman and Miss Helen '- Mrs. Hosea Sease, Mrs.

lar Sunday activities will begin with the Sunday Schoolat Price, second co-chairman. E rr *. I 1 .t Vendi Williams Mrs.
9:30: a. o. with C. M. Vaught and L. C. Chester inch Full cooperation, is being -ryF s Y r 4 Frederlcka Underwood, Miss

'ge. The consecration services 'will begin at 10:45 a. asked from all members and ..1r --------- Jacqueline Morrison

B. The sermon will delivered. by the Rev. Mr. Hall. friends of the church. with their pastor, Rov. H. I-ollis Hooks, are some of the women who, will Charles Lee, Mrs. Jerry

The BTO will begin at- 5: 45 p. m. with Mrs. R. H. Sunday program will serve on the various committees this' year when Union Community AME Church, Beaver and Moultry Mrs. Mary Singleto'J J

Morrlsette tad Alexander Heard in charge. The event begin with Sunday Schoolat Everson streets, observes its annual Romen' Day on Sunday Oct. 22. Standing from and Mrs. Corine Bogano

ing'service begins at 7 o'clock. The delegation head 9:30 a. ''m'. Morning left (background are: Mrs. Fstelle Jones, :!JS. Louise Grimes, and Mrs. Marie Mosley program chairman.

ed lgr the pastor, Rev. J. C. Sams, will leave Saturdayfor worship starts at 11 a. m. Front from left: Mrs. Evelyn McKillan; Mrs. Annie B. Houston. Rev. H. Hollis Hooks, Friends and the general
Mrs. Ruby Johnson, Mrs. Pauline Miles, and Mrs. Deloris Burls, co-chairman. public are invited. l t
San Francisco, Calif. to attend. the. National with ,the sermon to be delivered .
by the pastor. (Florida Star Photo) I.
Baptist Convention of America. v (

Holy communion will be -'-------
.... .. ........ .. ......l. administered following eachservicermornlng Laura Street, Schedules Clamorize Your Next Party

: and even in{ With a Sparkling Clear''r.'r.Y 'r.az 'r.r 'r..
the officers for the annual Men's Day observance at / 'PresbyterianChurch Program
The Stewards are askingall
First New Zion Baptist Church have been selected and will Leadership Training ICE .
class leaders to con-
serve Sept. 24 throughout the day. The officers are: Notes Committee met last PUNCHBOWL
tact church members, requesting -
John Anderson, chairman; A. Jenkins, co-chairman; Lonnie to make plans for
do their
them to
Wright, secretary; Eddie Arnold, treasurer; George White, BY L.,N. PEARSON, SR. Annual program whi c h
full duties. The Youth
finance ohairman and W. P. Smith; program chairman I in September.
Choir will rehearse Monday

............. .. ... ... .... night at 7:30. Prayer Rev. Franklin D..Wilson, Training Day
meeting is scheduled for pastor of Laura St. Pres- be held Saturday,

a p. m. Tuesday. Class byterian Church who 30, at Little
Usher Board 1 of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will sponsor excellent' Island.
meeting is slated fort preached a very
a barbecue Sept. 1 and 4 at 1737 W. 2nd Street. The 7:30 o' clock. Wednesday. sermon last Sunday from Mary Alice C. Smith ,
board will also observe its 40th anniversary Sept. 11. has the coopera I
'Your Faith is
Choir 1 rehearses at 8 p.m the theme, I f
The program will be made up of outstanding personalities. Wednesday and Choir at Vulnerable, will again of members of the All Seasons; crystal clear
District 1,7 and 8 have completed plans for their Joint Sunday in this effort. ice punch bowls are I
8 p. m. Thursday.On bring message
anniversary Sept. '17. The BTU will observe its anniversary services.The are Mrs. Myra beautifully different
the 11
the second Sunday in during a.m. useful and effectivefor
Sept 24, with Mrs. Lillie Mae Middlebrkok in chargeof October, the Sunday School Senior Choir will ser- King; and secretary, parties dances ,
receptions anniversariesand
the program. of Fountain Chapel A ve the rites with C. E. W. J. Rutledge. celebrations. They
will be four work obtainable with
.'.. .. ... .. ..... .. ... ... ME Church ,will observe its Simmons Jr. at the organ. are flowers, fruit or other
44th anniversary. A number Since morning worship I ; Program Planning decorations frozen in.
i Worship and There is no fuss or
of the city's loyal pastors services start promptlyat
The women of Philadelphia Baptist Church met recently to I bother. Our service is f
I and Sunday School superin 11 a.m. we are askingall complete your ice punchbowl ,
form their organization in preparation for their annual are Mrs. will be deliveredand
tendents will appear on serving groups eon
Women's Day to be observed Sept. 10. The officers are; Mrs. Mary L. set up for you. Call
this program., Mrs. Irene time for reasons today..PO 4-4511
Mrs. Louise Washington, chairman; Mrs. Wilhelmenla Towson Ella
will School : Mrs. L.
Austin and co workers expediency. Sunday
co-chairman; Mrs. Janie Alderman, pastor for. the day; sponsor the program. begins at 9:30 a.m. with Branch Chairman All SeasonsIce

Mrs. Ttielma Norman, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Malone, finance Cooperation from members the superintendent and Mrs. Fleet Alexander & Fuel Co.
chairman; Mrs. Jeanette Boggs, music chairman; Mrs. Ada < and friends is teachers in charge. The 1'Y 5883 Norwood Ave.

I Stanley, decoration chairman; Mrs. Grace Dunmyer, ushers boys and girls of today coordinators will
being urged during thi PO 4-4511
chairman. Mrs. Mildred J. Pauline will be the speakerat must carry on the program the leaders and

the 11 a. m. worship hour. She is a teacher at annual Fountain Chapel event.AME Church of tomorrow, so they shouldbe a report at the next !rrr! I F

Douglas Anderson High School and ajn ember of Second l is located at 645 liiStreetv taught to pray, to give I I1I

o'JJ.Baptist.eOreer...Church.: _Other.-:: '1.u participants- ", --!.... are slated..........to.....,appear......'---' I -.;___". i'-c' .their live in time Goo and s uiory..talent, ,to .

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bear fruit if the right
Of Heroines;
The annual Women's Day will be observed Simpson touch is given and they I.l

Methodist Church Sept. 24 in the auditorium of the Meet Sept. 5thThe should be able' to get that

church. Mrs. Blondell Matthews is general chairman, Mrs.: touch in Sunday School.

Joan Frazier is co-chairman and Mrs. 0. A. Burns is pastor I Prayer service will be I /

for the day. More details will be released late Most Ancient Matronis :held Wednesday evening at

when the organization is completed and the program la calling all court 7:30 p.m. All members are. I

arranged.. members and candidatesof asked to support this ser- MAKES/ SKIN BLEACHES ,
the Mattie E. Morgan vice. ,
.. .. .. .... i *.. ... ..... Communicant Class
Court 53 Heroines of r will be held for youth OLD

.'''. Co" .(.CIAL WCDDINB AevcntisiN -- HOME-. Jericho for the meetingto between the ages of 10-17 FASHIONED"J

be held Tuesday. Saturday, Sept. 2 at 5 p.m.
Sept. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the church. The- classIs J

on the fourth floor of offered for persons who f

ROY/\L ART STUDIO the Masonic Temple build. have already been accepted lightens dark spots
ing. perfect powder ,.abase .
tCLEPHONC into the church well
4-1B94CLARINCC as as
Since this Is the first
persons who plan:: to become
I meeting following the I M+I
mem b ers. Ih+
summer vacation period,
J. SIMON SIS OAVIB STREETJACKSONVILLE .* Matron Mattie WilliamsIs Adult Classes will be .
FLA.: .f held as part of our mid-
desirous that the
following officers and week service.AftUft.fftR Classes_will of Posner's Bergamot,"The, Ja.i with the Star"
bein with
committee chairman meet
30 p.m. followed by studyat
with the Senior Matron
7:45 p.m. The reading
..... Mrs. Vera Johnson in a nowit'si
books for youths are
: : :.. ... pre-planning program at er+
:t. priced at fifth cents and

-F' ,i. 0:30 Mesdames p.m.: Louise 'Graham the five Adult cents.Guide Each at person eighty iwi for those who think young

Julia P. Gilmore, Mary enrolled is expected to I J. >HI;t t I Today we're one go as never be are. We lead the full life.

Willie Gibson,Mae Emma Audrey Alexander, Doris, purchase reading material. L psij This /s the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean-tasting

Sophia Wright Florence Airs. E.M. Thomas f Inlli .'-uu tiuIIII Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains: say "Pepsi,

Sumpter, GladYs Williams.,
and Rev. A. Gary. Mrs. In Recital Sept. 3

Gary is asking all members -
Mrs. Essie
Mae Thomas,
T holding educationa gospel singer will ,obServe .
gleaners to come pre- her anniversary please'I
pared to turn them in.
September 3 at 8:30 p.m.

I x;= The following candidatesare In the Education Building -

asked to meet at 7:30 of.Mt. Ararat Baptist fl

p.m. in Room 405: Mr,,. Church.

Bertie M. Arter M Is. The Spiritual Etts of I .
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Ellen Connors, Miss Sanford will be guests.

Frances Hughes, Mrs., Also appearing on the
Willie Hae Hart and program will be the r' sy

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I No Corners InPo"iirtJepartmentLDay; Tens Par/ey-. ;

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/'ostmaster General Dictates 15-Veqr Ola''Gets Club Meets In Monthly Session I IV G.M'Miller'sPackage '

Equal' Death _____ Store
/ ; Rights For Employees Verdict

MONTICELLO. Ga-A Jasper Robbed Of $500

REGARELESS....OF,RACE OR CREED County Jury deliberated

DETROIT, Mich--The two big bosses of the gigantic U.S. 45 minutes Aug. 16 before 'i4uF tx w l ..5s" Entering the building

Postofflce Department-Postmaster General\. Edward Day' 1 rendering a guiltyverdict through* a hole'drilledin
and,his assistant, Richard J. Murphy--told' stal workers, without recommendation Jf., t x the roof, county

meeting here in their annual convention that they could' of mercy ; i detectives reported the

go anywhere in the Postoffice Department regardless of against a 15-year old theft of between $500

race, color, or creed.. .. Negro boy charged with y : .- and $600 in cash and
the fatal shooting ofa _t T -t
change from the 45th St.
The two ranking heads of north and south-were told 70-year-old white _
'' f Package store owned b7'
the department made those 'that current practicesat farmer. ... ck r r fx
Taylor Q.
remarks while addressing all levels within the The Jury' s decision
Detectives R. H. Flemingand
delegates to the. 25th Postal Service must be' made it mandatory for :
V. P. Booth said the
annual convention of the brought into immediate : Judge George Carpenterto

National Alliance compliance with this store was entered by
of invoke the death .,' "
Postal Employe, in the policy' the official penalty on Preston Cobb f drilling a series of holes
,. :
Veterans' continued. f4 i'tit In the roof and removingthe
Memorial. Jr. who admitted he .
In bolstering their announcements Recognition for NegroesIn shot Prank Coleman Dumas ''-;/ : ;; tar paper.
The thieves gained entry
Day stated supporting his supers fatally last June 1 at

that a Negro ,with 34 or' s views Murphy Hillsboro because he ws : : +."-1 into the safe by cutting
r a hole in the bottom.scOo .
years service has been was scared of the old ;

named personnel managerof : : : L? r5 r
man. -
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the :: :a. .s. f
Chicago Region of f"_.r'F. '" The youth ,said that he ?
the Department. I and Dumas Quarreled over FOLIDWING its, regular monthly business session, members of the Chrysanthemum NQ 20

i Howard 'W. McGee, 53, has ., some fish. Attorney Ben Social and Savings Club were feted by Mrs. Ruth Key, hostess, at Lincoln Country Club.

been given the responsi- Warren who had been appointed Seated from left are: Joseph Fosett, William Lindsey, Mrs. Ruth Key, hostess, Mrs. NEW

bility for administering by the court to Alma Warren, Mrs. Verthy Grant, Mrs. Almethia Joyner, Mrs. Vivian Tillman, Johnny ,

personnel actions involving ) defend Cobb said as far Joseph, Vernon Harris, and William Brown. Mesdames Grant and Joyner will be hostessfor ECONOMY

61,390 employes covering as he knew there wouldbe the social Interlude which follows the next regular meeting. .

f 2,298 postoffices in I no motion made for (Florida Star Photo) PAINTS

Illinois and Michigan. I an appeal.

Present 'personnel policies IMPERIAL

pledged under the A. R. Eaves Carolina Youths INTERIOR $149

Kennedy administration ..'.;. .t:. LATEX .,...
: < White

against the Federal discriminationin Service SPORTING IT UP Gets Top Post Wm.SiMn Appeal '.. ant tint***

will be strictly enforced, note revealed,d' a recent that the survey: Post* In Boston COLUMBIA, S.C.-NAACP IMPERIAL I $169

Day and Murphy in- OUTSIDE
sIT youth won the state'sfirst
sisted. Office 'Department is the By C. PARHAM JOHNSON ,
case appeal
largest single employerof tlnttoCUD
Warning is Already Given victory this week when **
Negroes in the nation ".
"All postal officialsand and probably in the world. REALLY TOOK THE PORE in heart to'brave that weather South Carolina's Supreme .N.l >u'mt T. Prw OtllM Offer

installations through Saturday night to attend the pro game at the Gator Court overturned convic- STATE PAINT'S FAMOUS
Murphy also, pointed out :
outm'erica were warned that "a good deal Bowl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the St. Louis ,5 SV tions against 26 Morris FREE OffER _(OH OTHER,

l that no use may be made to be done remained in- Cardinals. The rain was falling, the thunder was College students.The QUALITY TAINTS EQUAL TO

of the name sponsorship, rolling, the lightning was flashing and lights were students, membersof NATIONALLY ADVERTISEDRANDS '.
opening all
acilities up fully out in some sections of the city and yet more than 13 the .
or activities Association's col
.. advancement to d, -
fithe, Postoffice Depart- supervisory levels. higher ,000 saw the game. : Who knows what the number would' t lege chapter here, faced Many P.m.iM e.'ut. carob
'"+ been the 'been favorable FREE GALLONWith
have if weather h ?
\y or for any em- "Steps to do the charge of "conspir ae.r O.tl.n Purth.Mtf
precisely QUESTIONS HAVE ARISEN in the mind of many as to ing to breach the "
creatlonal or- that peace from 55.98 to $8.98
were promptly u
whether or not the Jacksonville Charities would attempt '
r practicingbased growing from sit-in demon -. NO.I.IT -( ANY FAINT
OMowo. taken and
a continuing another football next summer because of the I
pro game strations
ion staged March -STATEJPAINT-
on survey is being made to 4, .
r past two years set back. For five successive years up 1960. '
national watch the BOSTON MASS.-Asaph 6116 Norwood Ave
"LO' progress resulting to 1960, the weather had been favorable and conditions
\eDntinued. Reginald Eaves, a nativeof
'\ from these efforts normal .In 1960 the game was considered a flop becauseof PATRONIZEOUR 4 blocks north of
1 ," Murphy noted.At Jacksonville but
the small attendance but in GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER
1960 the cause was due
Dinahall presently living in Member FNB barge Plan
/ to the UNGODLY actions of those who thought they could Boston. Roxburv. Massachusetts ADVERTISERS ,PO 5.2Us_ _
eat. sWttsr...Iqoi<,MOD'Y1q1.ve... l'VU"U a e x..nug.a- ; 'has-'been-recently ;! "

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a fiiiB LIon Hope water over the dam istrative assistant to

&R.K. t' THE1 ATTENDANCE AT THE 1961 pro game was marred by the Massachusetts' Senate FREE! FREE! FREE!

THENAKED The Gospel Chorus and heavy down pour of rain, the sharp flashing lightning aid President John E. Powers.

Female Chorus of Day the rolling thunder. This was not the wprk of man but This appointment on the Pick Up & Delivery Service ,
: \
1 Spring and Zion Hope the WILL of God which the Jacksonville Charities, Inc., part of Senator Powersis

1 AEDQE Baptist Churches, respectively the Brewster Men's Club, the city of Jacksonville, the unique in that he is FOR

> will engagein Gator Bowl Association nor the thousands of football I the first senate presidentto
"BURGLER1'Roosevelt a battle of songs fans could hinder. Only two bad years out of seven, employ a Negro in such \ ALL YOUR
Tuesday, Sept. 5. The ,doesn't seem to be such a bad percentage. *a responsible position on. CALLMerVon's
TUES. public is Invited. PRESIDENT JIM PATTON of the Jacksonville charities ihe official staff.

A barbeque will be held Inc., and it can be assured that he does not stand ,Eaves, who attended the Pharmacy;

i JI Monday at 1886 the ,alone in the matter abides by the well known- fact that public schools of Duval

Iiw'JIJw.1 sponsors announced.; a quitter never wins and a winner never quits" has County, Jacksonville, 2735 W. Ecfyewood Av. i

Dr. Banda Wins provided an established fact in this case. There's a Florida, graduated frog .
SONfflff record of five years of success and two years of failure Morehouse Colleger Atlanta Phone
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Whites WarnedTo
Georgia re attended -
AND HITLER'S WAR STORY'ITZKREIG" *instances over which those who
1 and the were Boston Univ&rsityand
Go Home heal the Jacksonville Charities, Inc., had no control is presently a Law PO'

1 SKYVIEW_-I I THRU SUN.TUES.I KITE. BLANTYRE, NyasalandAmericaneducated --- They dIdn't sell any axe handles they did not use any student at Suffolk University 5-9267 5

I physician, handles and neither could they cause the rain. With a Law School. 5I.

Dr. Hastings Banda follow- ,I guarantee of $20,000 to each team and 13,909 peoples Aside from these formal I. D. HARRIS, RPH. PROP. '

r ing his party s sweeping turning out in that kind of weather Just think what it academic achievements and OPEN 8:00 AM. TO 11:00 PM.

'victory in with a guarantee to each team
Nyasaland's rem would have been $20.000 Eaves
pursuits, Mr. a
800 turning out. Yes, Mr. President, 7 DAYS A WEEK
'cent first general elec- and only 5,000 or 6., quiet-speaking but very

i Qe tions, warned ,that whites you. are definitely not alone in believing the game, shoal dynamic, well-'lied T -

PLUS GANGSTER, THRILLER- unwilling: to accept African not be discarded. leader in his community -

"' 'MAD DOG COLL" rule -should pack up ando A mOD'IDEA OP WHAT "Big Daddy" Lipscombe means to prc incessantly parti- PALMS OF JACKSONVILLE

Win $125 Cash lion. Nltel g .hone. S football was gained when it was learned that the lineman cipates in many current
ith the Baltimore Colts war
who formerly
youth, civic and religious
man who formerly performed with the Baltimore Colts was; organizations.As 5 ROYALS

actually coming to Jacksonville with the Pittsburgh an, administrative

'Steelers. football was discussed concerningthe
Steele:Cardinal game one could hear, "I sure do President assistant to Mr.the Senate Eaves In A Big Labor Nffe Oonce&SAow

Myrtle Ave and Adams Phone EL 414(58( want to see "Big Daddy." Many of them said, 1 am brings to this positiona

going to the game to see 'Big Daddy.' ,
FULLY DRESSIDOATFISH vast knowledge of gen- Mon. Nits
Ideal with hell beau, cell, shw 49c FLORIDA IS WELL REPRESENTED in pro football. Those who eral experience and a

hush luppits, iced til Lb. came from other sections of, the country', but attended deal-
great capacity for 'Sepf. 5th
school in Florida are listed aaong: Floridians who repre-
ing with the public.
King Fish STEAKS football the Floridians can point
JQg sent the state. In pro
.rr1 'N 1.111I. Lb. Asaph Reginald Eaves, Dinging Playing
S eciai I I with pride to Jackie Simpson Rick Casares, Mal Hamadc., their latest hits _
the son of Rev and Mrs
MEDIUM Pat SuB&eralL Willie Gadmore, Big Bill lee. Wild Bill
EavesNho and 01d favorites
C. R. reside at I
MULLET McClung. Adolphus Frazier and acme others who have no'tas Jacksonville
3710 Stuart Street, -
i MANGROVE yet blossomed into the limelight.COACHES .
49C Florida, is a
SNAPPER Lb. THROUGHOUT THE STATE' are whipping their squads I
" 11V member of the Church of
U. into shape in preparation for the hard grind that lies
: God and Saints of Christ .
1 ahead. High School ahd college coaches will face the I
E s an kwAI u.r .t His many friends and acquaintances -
YOpLOWTAIL stj1 u. rIrD11uYl:' problea of replacing their stars who graduated or : PLUS
55i are congratu .
SNAPPER Lb.I dropped out of school for various reasons. Florida A ,
latin, him on every side '
Bethune-Cookman.. Florida Normal and Edward Waters

/ l'yill hare soae lettermen returning some left from last I for his recent appointment Ed Pawling

Special: cao'ut cloth ,LL 59c ,/J ear's squad and soae coming in from the high schools, and are wishing for him
-1ft4 C.ual M/kpK 1fs rh.rrr J I II continued success 'in his and
w..I1 Www1 en avors.jIpWL4dI'. .The
J Royalton
RIO sirurt i, J u.59c THE ONE BIG QUESTION IN BASEBALL now II, will It be

What* Fl 1.h In Uclwtttnt Cincinnati or the Dodgers, Milwaukee or the Giants who Feat

Mi*Sports. SILva DRUM LL 2 7 c will meet either the New York Yankees. Detroit Tigers or ,
FbhIngIIH. W Qss Pd. -- .
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BaltiBQre in the World Series. Baseball is atill unpredictable -- '
Advance tickets *?.UU-at Door $2.00
RID RAH \ toB 32ePKKIE& and nobody knows yet who will cotfe out oa
....L,. 15c \\ .kt*( u.I 23.M. c' "
top. Teams can ait a soap just aa individuals can. Record 728'
sale at Ebony Shop
I ." Tickets ft tables on
Ltaft* \ .
Everyone knows, however, that the Yankees are always
TROUT AflNWt LS.97C \ MJ3lUtn ?. ,Ashley; Boater Porff s. 938 B. Union: Babba' Cafe
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! t '617 1. Ashley. (Table. I reservations, at Ebony ONLY)'

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pit.. \4 FLORIDA STAR __ .. Saturday September 2, 1961

".w African Nations Role [Old Timers Plav !lual"o_ Labor Day Night 1 Cof/fngfon Gets Albany State


Cited By dosed FAMU Speaker y National Rating Institutesi

Nursing Course
TALLAHASSEE -*- Africa is presenting new dimensions in CHICAGO, ILL -- Florid

leo-politics of the world, Dr. O'Hara Lanier told 219 A ft M University's assistant ALBANYGA.PresidentW

graduates at Florida ASM University Friday. August 11, ID director of public re *. H.- Dennis. Jr. of \

Bragg Stadium ations D. C. Collington, Albany State College
ended up in the top six announced institutionof
the project directorof in zmong football brochure a new fouryearcourse
the Phelps Stokes Fund "New dimensions hare producers of the nation's of study which

of New 'York City spoke been created by new small colleges. Collington will lead to a Bachelorof
,ideas, wars, great men, anew cited the
on A f r loa an.w. was at College Science Degree in
World discoveries, and Information Direc-
Dimension in; Geo- Sports Nursing Education with
Politics" daring the the space age," declaredDr. tors of America convention
the title of RegisteredNurse.
Florida A&II summer [ .. Lani.'er. The world r here. .

commencement program. is divided between the A winner in THE FOOTBALL
The program has the-
According to the speaker, East and the West o F NEWS competition Judgingof full endorsement of the

the subject was selected capitalism and communism, .,Y small college brochuresin Georgia State Board of
because of the numerous he said. The big 1958, Collington attendee
Nursing, The Board of
articles appearing in1 question, according to- the 1960 convention as a
Regents of the University -
publications on Africa the speaker, is which consultant on "How to Syslem of Georgia,

and the importance of way are the new African Produce Winning Football and interested'persons

the new nations emerging nations, going-communism Brochures. During the
throughout the South-
or captali 1961 convention, Collington
I eastern area.
I The speaker feels that ANNUAL 'Y' BENEFIT BASEBALL served as co-chairman of
WJII GAME which has been presented annually to secure funds The program will be a
: B. CH.rf colonialism as we know :s f for the new A. L. Lewis Branch YMCA building, will be played Monday night, Sept. 4 the College Division of thorough program pro-

it and pure capitalismare at Myrtle Baseball Park. The Old Timers' teams will feature a number of baseball the organization.Among viding instruction in

on the way out..*, Stars of former years and will be further enhanced by another contest between younger nearly 150 college various phases of nurs-

The future of Africa as players, many of whom may be later classed among the stars of tomorrow. The game's sports information ing, including psy-
a new dimension depends sponsors are urging the entire directors meeting here
family to witness this dual attraction which is chiatric care and
upon its leadership and being presented for .a most worth cause. Admission tickets are now on sale at the were Earl S. Clanton 111, orthopedic care."ThePhoebePutney
.: its use of its resource,' YMCA. Planning on playing in this Tennessee State; Bennie
.year's game are, from left: Elder R. B. Ross, Hospitalof
., K.c I Dr. Lanier' said Liberia Edward Blake Allen L. Pierce, Byrdsong Sullivan, J. W. Baker, and Clarence Rodgers. Thomas, Southern University; Albany, Ga. will be
_c t yr r I is planning to build Frank W. Render 11 ,
(Florida Star Photo) the main cooperating
Institutions of education,
Virginia State ; and facility., '
h qI instead'of \ 'j \
I / and understanding Charles Henry, Grambling
.it.r } The initial programis
weapons of war. ::, a ( La. ) Co'l 1 e ge. designed for persons
The speaker paid .tribute "
I __ 1 who are high school
to President George I.' Dac/e Schools/
graduates, and haye had
Gore Jr. and the late "c .
: List 225-Negroes no previous training i n
President J. R. E. Lee Sr. .
the field of nursing.
.. ... MIAMIEncouraged by .
dean- .
He was a former It is hoped that as the
X registrar at A&U, under ,its quiet acceptance and
co"j. "" program developspersonswho
\u r President Lee. : I : ...., ,- < iless worried about friction have obtained the
I( OSSIE FRANCI JR. than they were two
Jax Army Officer' ,_ R.N. Degree will be
-,. : years ago, Dade County
FIRST CLASS SCOUT Oasis Ends Finance Class, ,"... .". ....... .&;: school officials said courses able to and take receive special the

'Francis Jr. of Troop 74, .. .i;! ..' that about 225 Negro
FT. BENJAMIN HARRlSffN.* '.,.. ..0'.. Bachelor of Science
St. Plus Catholic Church children will attend its
Degree in Nursing Ed-
Ind. --- Army 1st Lt.
has been awarded the Outstanding public schools during
Samuel B. Houston of jack-. ucation.
Camper medal fall opening next month.
All applicants torth
following his selection >onville a 1959 Florida, r Most of the Negro children
during the'1961 summer ,A & M University graduate, j will change to Earlington program must apply *
September 1, 1961.
emoampment at Camp Co- ;bas<- completed' the financial Heights Elementary and l-
acoochee. Scout Francis )man4gement' machine accoun- about 200 will be trans- AsrrENTIOY

will receive the citation ting 'course at the Finance ferred from Floral Heights A ball

during the Court of Honor School here Elementary which was over Repo
slated for Wednesday night, P The three-week course is STUDY ENDS--Cited during graduation exercises held in Shiloh Baptist Church, some crowded last yea.r. Sen

Sept. 6 at Friendly Baptist designed to train personnelin > of Edward Waters College's racier school graduates were, front row from left: Miss So far, in addition to Your a fr

Church. Ceremony begins the theory of military Earlene V. Toby, Miss Margery Pipeo, Miss Virginia B. Harper, Miss Geraldine Foster, Dade, Volusia is the only'

J at 7 o'clock. He is accounting systems employ- and Miss Dorothy Williams. Second row from left: Miss Melissa Dorsey, Miss Montine other one of 66-Florida

1 'thsYooB[*2Mr.?!*ndMrsn to ssimachiaesfaada. iathe 1 t !Powell. Mt ce- fie diUies.Susie..Colemaa..Third row from- left- : Miss. counties ,which has begun' 23? 4
"Q U.& lAuIactUrsa; ; "Pearl B. P. Jove, ana rrea Williams. F*yV i
Claude Street. accounting data for use, n t; gra 1;1 q' l'1tS; pa-D:1: ol
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Go/f/ Flourished Across Nation During <1961 Summer Season .

Aggie Can Win Tigers'.landNegro

MI F v. W With Some Luck Phenom.

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; GREENSBORO. N.C.Withsome
luck the A&T Col- For $50,000

lege Aggies could this

season regain the CIAA I DETROIT--The Detroit
5 x football championshipwhich Tigers' ball club beat
they lost last the Yankees and six

-. year by a single game. other major league clubs
That is the opinion of to the signing of 18-

r Y Aggie fans and coaches year old Negro catcher-
who this week began to outfielder Willie Horton

. size up prospects for who also wields a potentba

the upcoming football t.The.

campaign. Talking on the sensational local

../ :.:-t: -...... ......Jq..., ,_ '.- if...:- .. << l.,; :S-c: : ..._ eve of the deadline fo r Negro sandlotter who
w00LF- ,. his charges to report strongly resembles Roy
GOLF, GOLF--As the golf season neared its end, tournaments at iceive from PRman Moss H. Kendrix trophies donated by the Coca-Cola Bert
t Piggott told Campanella, signed a
reporters -
try, Ind., Reading Pa. and Cleveland, Ofcio, were among events which Company, Atlanta, Ga. ,. for Eastern youth championships along with that the "luck" whopping $50,000 bonus

Attracted large numbers of golfers. from all sections of the country. huge EGA. team trophy in memory of Herman Scott, late president of lies in the performanceof with the Tigers.
In photo are seen women championship division winners !the EGA. The FairviEw Golf Club of Philadelphia won Herman Scott
of the Par some freshman stand- The youngster hit ata
"'\ takers Golf Club at Gary, Ind. Jim Guyleft, sales manager,. Coca- Trophy, which was .held from 1960 by the Royal Golf Club of Washington outs who have stated .400 clip while playln g

u ola Bottling Works of Gary, Indiana, stands in with winners Mrs. ;! D. C. In right photo, at Cleveland, flanked by Sixth-City Tournament their intentions of with Western high schoo 1

Blanche Adams, Chicago, 2nd place, Mrs. Ann Gregory, Gary champion, :'I I Promoter WilliamH.) Seawright, left, and, right, Joe Williams, The Joining the Aggie squad this past season. The
tL and Miss Allyne Nixon, Chicago, 3rd place while looking on from right Cleveland Coca-Cola Bottling Company, are, left to right, Champion Piggott is in a positionto Tigers' showed high regard -
Jim Brown Coca-Cola Renee Powell, Canton Ohio, Miss Nan Christopher, and 3rd -
; Bottling Company of Chicago. The Gary Coca- j'I runner-up know for during hi s for the youth when
lis operation _contributed all trophies for the Partakers' tournament. : place winner. Miss Mary Wilkerson Cleveland. This was the; 14th annu a 1 f four years at the helm they signed him as an
tournament of Mr. Seawright's Sixth-City event. The Cleveland Coca-
center, left to right, Maxwell Stanford, president, Eastern Golf of football at A&T. he outfielder with their
., Cola Bottling Company donated trophies for the women championshipflight.
) Association, and Mrs. Paris B. Brown. EGA tournament director, re-. ._. ,has. won two CIAA cham Triple-A Denver Club.
r plonships and missed in '
WATCH THIS CLOWN the-'othe r two years only :Gillom
'". Rattlers' Will/ Open '67 Slate [bid Master Shows New Master, by single games. Returns

21-11-96 Among the standout halfbacks I To

74-480-86 With 45 Vets And' 15 FroshBY are: Joe Taylor Pro RanksNEW

193-pound junior and
D.C.. COLLINGTCN G ; "" YORK--One of the
I .4 1 ,, ". Gene Cambridge 165
5.2'r 3 ;t..o'N pound speedster, both pro-foptball game's
: The 1961 football schedule September 30, Benedict --- '. all-time
: -i .. from Miami, Fla. ; Bateman great punters,
9 7 Columbia S. C. ; October 7, Lincoln (Mo.) Tampa; ., ." y... .. ..... -.,: ,.'. ,Xi; Jones, 179-pound senior Horace Gillom who
October 14, Morris Brown (Homecoming), Tallahassee; ,,1 .. ."' ", starred for 10 years
247-92-357 .
.> _i, Beaufort N.C. ;
36-69-71 October 21, Bethune-Cookman, Tallahassee; October r& '- :.;.; Dick Westmore and, 175- with the mighty Cleveland

28, South Carolina State, Orangeburg S.C. ; November S a pound Charlotte Junior; Browns, has stepped out

5o..tl.... b.'. sp 4, A&T College of North Carolina Greensboro, N.C. ; I Harvey Keaton 180-pound of retirement and has
S.m.tim t "'. down November il, Allen; Tallahassee; November 18, Southern speed merchant from signed with Coach SammyBaugh'
H..add, tttitrmct.* Tallahassee; November 25, Texas Southern Talla- "' s New York Titansof
,. Hi works It all mnund Shelby N..C..and'Ronald
hassee; December 9, Orange Blossom Classic, Miami. / the American Football
', Hart, 181-pound
_: 476331LOOK I Returning lettermen, 26; lettermen lost, 14. 'League.
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TALLAHASSEEt-The Florida A&M University Rattlers

/ I open their fall grid toiling September 1 with a squadof ..... { t
.. 60 gridders which includes 26 returning lettermen ,
19 hangovers, and 15 freshmen.
Head coach Jake Gaither Lewis Johnson' .ncJ-rrank' .
DinahWashington refused to comment- on "Speedie" Griffin and NEW YORK--New York Yankees' pitching tar W itey Ford I

the quality of the expect that position to. (left) and famed pitching legend Leroy (Satchel) Paige

yearlings expected to be the same" declared compare notes prior to recent Yanks-White Sox game at
report for the first Gaither. the stadium. Whitey despite his 20 wins so far this

time. "Freshmen will Halfbacks returning ar e ,season listens Intently to the old master who has been
have to prove themselves Robert Paremore John pitching longer than Ford has lived. Paige led the

I ," he said. Hamilton, William Wilson West All-Stars to a 7-1 win over the East's AllStarsin

Fans can expect an exciting Gene White, Na..t.1 Davis, the annual All-Star game here.
game wherever he and Nat, Tucker. {Sophomores --. -----
t Rattlers play this fall. seeking berths are Bill/ White Clifton Inks Iii I ITRAIN

Gaither plans to open Jimmy Morrison, Willie

up his offense even Rigglns and Ben Cooper. : Gets Citation 0 Chi PactCHICAGOFormer
more this season. In Fans will miss ball- YOURSELFFor
10 games last year the handler Ted 'Richardson, ST. LOUIS--St. 'Louis court

Rattlers averaged more I a mainstay for the past Cards' stellar first star Nat "Sweetwater" A Paying ProfessionIn
L 1f than 50 points a game. two campaigns. Steppingup baseman' Bill White Clifton of the Harlem

"We'll slot and flank in Ted' s shoes will whose recent 14 hits Globetrotters, .New York
t; more this season be a giant and a mite-- collected during a. Knickerbockers and 26 Weeks

said the most successful Miami's Big Jim Tullisand doubleheader equaled the .
Detroit Pistons, has "' \\\ %%%%\\\M
3Q coach in'.the business Emory Collier immortal, Ty Cobb' S" record signed to play with "
F. Women Are Excelling! In
7a today. 'I feel that th e
3 V ?y C Wv fine pair of field ,was honored during a the Chicago Majors of
.. fans want to see more generals, ball-handlers, pre-game ceremony here the newly formed Amer- Harboring
vnr i 'of the wide open typeof passers and runners. recently. ican Professional Basket- .
,,. ,
Y: < offense, the pros a re Napoleon Johnson,Rufu s White, along with mem- ball'League, Abe Saper- AT

using, mused Jake. Stephens and Charlie bers of his family accepted stein ABL commissioner

xc < "Considering the personnel Ward are key reserves. a large silver announced here this FLORIDA BARBER COLLEGE
1: K we expect to 'Johnson was used asa bowl on behalf of'the week.

have returning this punting specialistlast Cardinal management and Saperstein, owner-
630 Davis at leaver St.
.year, we can'attord to year, but he is a team. Other players, coach of the Harlem

-4 rt utilize. the speed we. great runner and passer coaches and their fam- Globetrotters also
....' expect to have to the Jake commented "We ilies were on hand to owns the Majors. The
} .-' outside" Gaither said. expect a great passing share the White's honors.In Majors will give this 1

The Rattlers' line is game with these fine reply to the citation. city its first pro PALMS OF I
fith her entire show I described as being weak quarterbacks and a fine White quipped "I also basketball team in many JACKSONVILLE

1 and bandIncluding in its over-all analysis, bunch of top-notch receivers want to thank the (Chi- years. The Chicago

fast on the outside declared cago) Cubs' pitchersfor Staggs was the last pro
I ( ends, tacklesand Gaither. making this possi- unit to represent the 5 ROYALS .

'he Dells Quartette. : rugged in the inside Fullback Jordan Pope ble.." Windy City. /.
(guards, centers). will be the only major .
I -.. ir In A Big Labor Nite Dance Show
l The Rattlers' running switch -
ppeoring at the : expected in the +:.o v. Xw 9/aoiP 3R y-roj Yr.r it
game will be centered backfield. He goes to .

1.PALMS'le around the fullbacks halfback and sophomores Mon. Nile Singing & Playing *
couple with a quartetof Bruce Wilkins and John t
their latest hits
erf. eAfJIRMORY. great running and Brown will get a shotat .. Sept. 4#h. and old favorites'
passing Quarterbacks, fullback. Jyyy ,.
( ,
two of them triple !
;threats. / : >t
Sun.. Nite Stpf. .3&YANCB ) "We won't have a real l ,
great team this fall lf .
Newcombe Shows .
TIC1 rS...$2.00 LOOK-GOOD f .
'.. "
revealed Jake, "butwe '; -'- Ed Pawling
f- r DOOR .. ... ....$2.50SALE ,: .
: won't embarrass you Winning Form .
either." The Rattlers .'':&-, ***v and
CKETS ON : Ebony :#*,
SPOKANE. Wash --- "
728 W.Ashley have won 129, lost 21, 1 < '*'" '
cord Shop ; Dodgers shipped big Don ?:! The Royalton
:: zy Korner,8th & Davis; and tied four games -. .
: since Jake took over Newcombe down to pitch ;> _fI. J9 kJI Feat

: IHIO At Buster Ford s Rat. the reins as head coach his way back to the A

8 Bast Union; Florida back' in 1945. majors last Spring, Don Advance tickets $2.00-At Door $2.50
The Florida snakes were set his.goal at 15 or
far, 13th & ;
twqr Teton' s Rat.Philllps hit 'hardeat ,in the in- more victories. In a I ,
SoQthaide. terior of the line\ and recent report, Don had I Tickets & tables on sale at Ebony Record Shop, 728
at halfback. "You justdon't won his eighth win against K your druggist casnat supply jroo S HqYlNQ P dDER bo. I. Ashley; Buster Ford's, 033 E. Union; Bubba's Cafe
BLah EKS1R VAT IONS for 5110$1 for these MAdC.TL, MUTES P.O.. Box 34373*a nnn h.a*.! '
617 W. Table reservations at Ebony ONLY
affair at Ebony & lose halfbacks. I five setbacks by --- ** A i-.j V A** AHl Ashley. ( ,. 0h )

Loner CflLY... like Clarence y Childs,- taming Salt Lake 9 to 5. ,_ I .


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6 .
'Sectsaber 2. 1981 : FWRIDA STAR
.. Dim?
.. a.n..uo U
Chips Off The Blocks Reports Mitchell got angry and .
stabbed him in the left
4 Five persons were victimsof FRIEND TROUBLE treatments for injurieslast shoulder. He was takento FLORIDA STAR
accidental poisoning Sunday, police re-
Duval Medical Center -
BY JAY JAY while drinking wine in two A 41yearoldwOlllan ported. for treatment.Patrolmen IN EVERY
According to Mr. Webster the word nuzzle means- 'to business places at 712 and was beaten last Sunday Mrs. Hill said Robert and
M. .
fasten the mouth of so as to prevent biting or eating ; 734 I. Ashley Street last investigating officers james Jones, 53, of the COLORED HOME
P. Mack investigated.
figuratively to restrain from speech or action; to Monday, police reported.The reported. same address beat her on ........
gag. One of the first acts of the enemies of victims were:' Mary. Mrs. Annie Laurie Mc- the left eg with a ham i. *
democracy is to throttle the voice of the press. A Alice Robinson, 17, of 534W. Clenon, of 1775 told mer. The ,Argument started J

free press and democracy go hand in hand. It is common i Church Street; Debris police that during an when Jones accused hero I .0 0 .CLASSIFIED SECTION I

for doers of iniquity to try and still the spoken or Brown, 17, of 604ft Davis argument with Sam Jones, f going with anotherpe ... -
written word. There are times when the press may err. Street; Brant J. Lee, 18, her boy friend, she was raon.' IIO.MESFORSALE3Bedroom
If that be the case, a strong upright man will walk beaten about the head The woman, taken to Duval IHIIS Far Rwrt. *
o f 529 W. Church Street;
his chcsen path wlth'his head held high and worry 'not and thigh with ,a stick Medical Center by policecar Holes. Modern.
Iona Denmark, 19, of 5710 'Room for Single Han in
about the slings and barbs around him. She was taken to Duval was advised by police .. Sub-division. Close In.
Poitier Drive and Betty Private home. Apply at
Weeping the above mentioned thoughts in mind, we 'Medical Center by police' to secure a warrant. down payment. SUN
West No:
'Watkins, 18, of 2114 Wood- 1637 20th Street.
cannot help 'but believe that those in our community car. patrolmen L. M. Borden REAL TT--PO 5-1685
side Avenue. *
.who are alarmed and upset at words appearing in this Police said the victimwas and J. D .McCormlck) inves- r'
Miss Watkins said she was HOUSES FOR RENT
column must have shadows in their minds which dread in one of the places and beaten, pretty badly' ti gat ed. I Upstairs House for Rent. FURNISHED ROOMS
the light. I have not called names but will not and was unable to walk. eeeeeeeee bed-
.a sailor whom she did not 6 rooms with 3 lane ROOBS by Day. Night oV\
hestitate to do so should the need arise. In fact, They said Jones is charged Water
and Cold $1.03 to
know came up to her and roons. Hot Teek. Rates
I will grant equal space for anyone who feels wronged with disorderly conduct STABBED BY GIRL FRIEND No Children. Near two 2.50 per. night. Single
or sinned against to answer the slurs and defend the gave her a cup with some and fighting.. It is Bus Lines. 724 Defitt St. '.or Doable. JOHNNIE'S
reputation I have so tarnished by my thoughtless wine in it. About 30 believed he was carryinga Benjamin Harrison, $1. of For information call ROOMING HOUSE. 710 feat
words. Nut sed.' minutes after drinking it, concealed ice pick. 808 W. Union Street was EL 4-372001' EL 64903. .-Ashley. EL 5-402 .
By the way, thanks to all of you nice'readers who she suffered severe painsin Patrolmen W. L. Masseyand injured last Sunday during .- .
passed on nice compliments on my columns of the past her stomach.The J. J. Doe investigated. i an argument with his I ;:
two weeks. You are by far in the majority.' I did not victims were given eeeeeeeee I I girl friend, police re- HAVE CASH WILL BUY
pass the,censors last week, in other circles. treatment Duval Medical I po rted. -
Amos Harris is celebrating his birthday this week Center. Investigation was CHARGED WITHTWOTIMING. I Harrison said he and Miss
end. He has planned a party to end all parties. made by Patrolmen Freddy I Willie Mae Mitchell, 35, YOUR VACANT LOTS

Teddy Washington and his band will provide music for, Mack and Milton. Newsom. I his girl friend, were Mr.
Call EL 4-6782 Kay -
Fannie Mae Hicks,
the"'dusk to dawn shingdig.The The cause of the mysterious' arguing about her old
Palms will, Jump Saturday night and so will the poisoning was not given..: 37, of- 2177 W. Second boy friend and Miss .
. Armory Sunday night. Dinah Washington will hold forth eeeeeeeee, !' street received hospital '-
at both places. Saturday, Dinah and her entourage
will open up at the Palms. On Sunday night all of

you saddity folk may go to the Armory and enjoy a ", 'Mo SATURDAY
nightclub style presentation of the "Queen of the
Blues' Tickets and tables are available.
My main man Freddie L. Brown passed through-on his .nA.i
vacation Freddie is still with Budweiser and is .

currently making Washington, D. C. home. Dr. Charles'.
L. James and family of Charlotte, N..C. spent a few.,
days visiting his family. He stopped with Ruth anti
Herbert James in Magnolia Gardens. Herbert Aikins and,

family are here for a few days. Herbert ls on the.

ROTC staff at Wilberforce College up Ohio way. .
Azzie Lee McFarland left town to take her daughter At Door $2.50SUN.
Joan to the Tarheel State. Joan is entering Palmer 10 P., M. Until Advance Adm. $2.00 -

Institute operated add founded by the famed Dr. -- .
-- ,
Charlotte Hawkins Brown. ,
There was a feeble attempt to segregate at the game
last week. The Tourist and Convention Bureau foundit
convenient to sell all Negroes tickets in the

same section. Persons of color obtained tickets from I
other sources thus they were sprinkled all over the .
place. I did not hear of any whites catching rabiesor IDUVAL ARMORY 3
the like fran having been close to us.

Gwendolyn B.: Shelton, an instructor in Business at SEPT. 1
---aton.EveningSchool, called our attention to the ;
fact tnat a co-worner uu60 irr t yjay*rLgsjr> rs i V-
the Duval Medical Center. Friends are asked to visit. .

The girls in town are swooning over "Candy Man." A Cabaret Style Performance
The character in William Faulkner's "Sancturary" ,

dig really that upset kind these of action.females.The We movie fellows played had at better the .10 P. M. Until. Advance Adm. $2.00 At Door 2.50

Ritz this week. If it comes back to town, don't miss

it. : .. : : "I
Delano and Theresa Mackey had a house full of young .I
guests recently. A joint birthday party was held; for
all of the little Mackeys and all of the kids from t .

blocks around stuffed themselves full of goodies. .,-,,,, .;.... '.:,,<. ..' .: ,'. '"---", ,-
Some folk say that it can't be done. Don't quote me, :
I say I saw it done. On Sunday night I took in the t'

weekly jazz gig at Buster Fords. Imagine a house Recording Artist, i,; ,:::
full of folk not one hat was on a head, not one
loud voice was heard, not one profane word was heard.This'is : ,1t' 1-::

directed to all of you good folk who sit on ..
your College Garden, Durkeeville, Sugar Hill, Ribault *
Magnolia Gardens or what have you porches and rock. .-'
.:. :: oj": ,
Have you ever thought' of the plight of service men i', <" ,,,. t
in Jacksonville? Those youngsters. barely out of their, _
teens who are weaving in and out of the uptown joints __
and speakeasies could but for chance be your son.
Every week-end and during the week, thousands of I t
sailors are in this town. Many of them stay on the
base because'] of the don't give a damn policy the J"
Negro eitixe try of Jacksonville has adopted. Some 4\. I ;-' g s

are commissioned officers. Many are specialists in f fJ5r s.f
medicine radar and electronics, communications, r, ,-.
ordinance fact their rates and fields of work OINAH ) \
are avidly varied. Do you know that there is no USO I I

here for our servicemen. Do you know that your city ..
government spends hundreds of dollars, yea thousands :j.',i: .., i
of dollars for recreation for servicemen and Negroes J4i '.; ,
an not invited nor are they allowed to participate.
Small wonder that Jacksonville is known as a SNAFUED .

SALDT1 TO, A ORIAT AMERICAN Mayor William Htrtsfield Queen of the Blues ,
;of Atlanta displayed the true spirit of Democracy and _
Americanism to the world this we ek when his city adi&ifltration -
'. recognized the law of the land in their '"

historical, preoedent-breakint efforts in integrating
tl..ta", public schools. 'And this was donfwith the
fiat cooperation of Chief of Police Jenkins his forces'
aad the fonr white school principals 'involvtd. The .

remaining rabbit rooting portions of the South might, -
with benefit, tear a pigs from Atlanta's book this week 'f

Hear ttll that wedding bells are not" far off for I ,
Bobby McDonald and the doctor widow. Bobby is due
in from New York icon. This is the month for the
minister and the school mars to become one. CODIZ'&U -
to all September brides. .
Happy birthday to .'. and to all the rest of you '
lucky people. Idtlla Frazier is also paftsiBf another

ilestoM Monday night tfcis .the...faoa Royals will appear( at the. WITH 1E85AL ENTIRE BAND AND I SHOW

Pair along with II PawllBis' basd. This Is also the
anniversary of the might Train which features Era A : bony Reeord top 728 W. Ashley St.Kozy;
Knlifat. Korner 8th I Davis, Buster Ford'. 938 E. Union; Florid
..... ........... -.. ..... ...... ...-- Star' Office 13th Honcrlef{ : Jdhnny Sprlnoleton's Phlleaturdu -