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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 9, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
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
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 9, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00424

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KANSAS CITY. Mo. --- Two hours of emergency surgery+ to wooden apartment building at 935 E. Ash- Banks 14, Mrs Janie Banks 36 Josephine

repair a severe brain damage, failed to save the. live of A wellknown Jaxon is confined in a local hospital. ley St. Wednesday, five families tota- Banks 12, Mrs'Johnnie Mae Johnson, 17,

x repair, a severe brain damage, failed to save the life of with serious multiple' Injuries. as the result ,of a ling 20 persons were left destitute Cornelius Banks, 42, Charlie Johnson 20

a Detroit (Mich. ) Baptist minister who was injured severe beating administered by two special agents at among them being the Banks and Johnson and Walter Banks. 16. The Florida Star

during Wednesday's rioting among factional delegates at the Jax Terminal Company's railroad station last Mon- familiJ m. Their only remaining posses- is enlisting the support of charitable-

the annual National Baptist Convention U. S. A., Inc., .day night. sions are the clothing which they are minded Duval Countlans in securing food,

is session here. _....... 'According to witnesses the
now
:- .. incident occurred after! now wearing. Shown in foreground from clothing, money, and used furniture for
Rev. A. G. Wright 50, soon fTnn4y lauds : 'left are: Jackie Ronnie and Richard 'these unfortunate families.
Htfcf For Fatal the injured nan sought information ..
suffered a severe head injury I. Banks aged 10.9, and 8 years old reFire 'This
from a terminal ,S hoolSvJteirJ'WASlING'roN ( see Story Page: ).
when he was said to Of Mat.A
Stabbing gateman concerning the loca-
have either fallen or was .
Jax- common-law wife who tion of a Macon Ga. coach.The --- Florida sy- Destroys Charged With Voters League
pushed from the speaker s.
similar Jaxon and his brotherwere [s teas were includedamong 17 t
was exonerated on a Slates Sept.
rostrum during the rioting ,
School
bouf'four. accompanying their sister the many Southern ApartmentsFive
which became ignited here charge ears. ago which were praised Tire Thefts Orlando ConfabState
is being held for the alleged her' husband, a Warner systems
Wednesday. Wright, who had Kennedy for families, totaling approximately
by
been unconscious since theM .. fatal stabbing, of her Robbins Air fbrce,Base ser- | President, twenty persons' Charges of grand larceny president Isadore
.. Mid,their: two, children : lowering school-racial barriers ,-.... .. in the theft of tires froma Singleton has issued a
mate "t..
incident, never regained this'week; -J i:' i fvorot'i fef t.Jibael :Wednesday warehouse were levied ,
,
all members of the
Lannie Mae Davis of 916 to the train.In when a three alarm against'Or.1.B.rrj.i 30 call for
consciousness. Cited by the Chief Executive [ of 1475 Mitchell St. .and Florida Voters League to
to the local
reply man a
The delegates flareup, Broad Street Lane was ar-.... through his White Hous]sf ire gutted an apartment Vernon Saxton. 26, of 2294 attend an important meeting
of .4 ffl question a witness said :'t building at 935 E. Ashley Bt, Calvin St. police reported ,
which was a resumption News agency were: Volusia Det. Sgt. R. E. Barker and scheduled for SUnday Sept.
the
the 1960 convention in that gateman' answer[!County where two Negr]i! Within minutes, fire raced C. L. easier said police 17 in Orlando.One .
} was, 'I don't know where!, through the eight-apartment caught Harris leaving the
touched (
Philadelphia was girls, Dietrich Golden and
"till. 'I
the damn coach is 1 The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. matter which president
off again when incumbent Pamela McMillan began atten- 'building. A smaller wooden warehouse; 214 Broad St. considers to be
jf. source then said that the with tire under Singleton
'slightly damaged a new each
Jack- } structure was
Dr..J. H. ;
president. ]
ding seventh and third grad
will be
went to the train arm on Monday at 6 p.m. of vital importance
son, 44 of Chicago and i group classes respectively: Fort by the blaze. Asst. The warehouse had been clo- the discussion and setting
were shown the coach and Chief C. D. Banks said sed for Labor Day. I
Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, 50, were treated courteously Laud d dale, where five Negroes Fire Harris was caught following up of the Statewide voter
of Brooklyn :. Y., oppos very entered Junior high the fire had made such headway .a report to the police that campaign. The
by the Conductor. arrived that the warehouse was being registration
when
the they
of presidency
claimant
ing and 16 are attending elementary robbed. meeting will also bring together -
attended this year s Without ProvocationWhen schools, and thre!: the roof had fa nea. Short- Officers said Harris the new district vice
both ly after their arrival the implicated Saxton who was
5,000-member event, additional Dade Count], .,later picked up at his presidents and other elected -
bent of assuming the top : "'."' they left the trail: second and third alarms were home. '
;' schools which brings to a
:
:: <' 'and 'were 'returning to the sounded.Six The two'men later admitted officers
post this year : ; total of nine schools now the theft of 10 tiree val- Mrs. Eula.Jphnsonf Dr. Von
station, 'tt was learned that trucks and two hook-and
ued at $50 each-froa the
} Prior to ,Wednesday a '' : : Integrated since the county Mizell and others who are
0 one of the two brothers was battled the warehouse.
ladder companies
r riotous episode Jackson nstituted a bi-racial pattern Saxton, police said workedas taking '. the forefront in ,
I supporters had leased the immediately jumped upon and. iniits system two years blaze for 30 minutes before a tire changer for the. *, current projects till I
convention hall and 100 or LANNIE MAE DAVIS pummeled by two men late bringing the fire under con ,fin and Harris was a former many t
go. .
Other arrests
eaploye. are also be cited. Singleton
more members had taken positions rested at 9il5 a.m. Sept. 2 said to have been special Elsewhere in the South in* trol. Supervising the fire expected to be made. stated.
.
on the rostrum. by Patrolmen. M.L. Massey railroad agents. The second; tegration spread peaceful- fighting were Fire Chief The Sadler Motel has been

When Taylorsupporters and F.D. Mack in connectionwith brother went quickly to the y in Little Rock Ark. Frank C. Kelly three assistant Jimmy DouglasDies recommended for those plann-
and.called the po-
station
the ice pick stabbingof chiefs and Major-Com
I allegedly tried to force here following disordersn ing on arriving at Orlando
Arthur Bryant. 46, same lice. missioner Haydon Burns who Following
their way onto the stage .. 1957 finds Itself with Saturday Sept. 16.
Heathen returned to the
fists swinging chairs were address. ive more Integrated schools was acting as safety com Gun Accident

hurled, until' heavy cor- The woman told Detective scene, and when police, .arrived and, a white student stating, missioner. No life loss or SentencedYears

don of club and black' jack Sgts. .J. L. Jordan and R. T. the two men were "We couldn't care less." injuries were reported asa MIAMI.Jimmy Douglas an

swinging police had to be Matthew that both partieshad taken to the police station In the South' s largest result of the fire, persons I '18-year old dash phenomenonwho

called to restore order. been drinking in their for Questioning and the Segregated school system--- .were sitting on the porch at was classed as one of Five

Since the riot a heavy home. She said Bryant slap injured man was' later driven palias. Texas.-eight of its I the rear of th.e building the greatest track prospectsof r
'Bum
I Rap'MIAMI.
by On
and alert police guard has ped her during_an argument. to Duval Medical Center 101 white schools were integrated when the flames spread. the present decade, was I

4 maintained a constant' Till- Continuing '"she told of the ,police and was then this week. The cities -, through' the building. buried Thursday (Aug. 31) -- Although he has

fiance at the Convention halJVAACPPrexy going to the :'rear of the transferred to a local of Houston Austin .1 I after seccumbing to a wound been absolved from a five

house and returning with an hospital. 3an Antonio and Corpus Enrolls First received from an accidental year prison sentence for
inflicted the 'armed robbery Milton MY-
and knife. Injuries upon already of .22 calibre
ice pick hunting Chrlstl, Texas, have discharge a
of 2020 23rd
19 NW
local by the two agents ers
Saying she was tired of being Ban Integrated their schools. pistol.
Whit. Student street will have to remainin
Speaks' ,Her. slapped around by Bryant were listed as a missing According to a Metro Homi- jail for a while pending -
:
she stabbed him with the ice tooth bruises and abrasions i I ST. PETERSBURG.Florida's cide detective: Douglas investigation of other

Ic September 24 pick in the upper chest.B1'1ant about the aras tad shoulders',, school integration took accompanied by a friend. charges.A .

was pronounced deadon It is expected that he will Predicts Draff another twist here Wednesday Leonard Williams 18 of 107 gardener with 'a 'previous ,

The'Jax Branch. youth Coun-i: arrival at Duval Medical be confined to the hospitalfor when Gibbs Junior College Dixie Highway went to 3421 criminal record
week tha length Calls/ Sp..d Up Myers was accused of
oil announced this Center. .a considerable a Negro Institution Prow Avenue Thursday after Ice
holding up an cream
Meanwhile the
3ev. A. Leon Lowery, President Witnesses to the incidentwere of time. accepted its first white noon to meet two friends store at 54thSt. and 17th

of the Florida Braache Harry Thomas' Taylor incident was being thoroug&l; IASHINGTONKeenly instructor to its faculty.Dr. I from the University of Ave. on June 26 and rob -

of the National Association 916 Broad Street Lane and investigated as the STAR aware of the current Hohn Rambert president Miami. blng a woman employee of

for the Advancement o Miss Alberta. Colson, also of went. to preee Berlin crisis, the Army of the state-supported Waiting for their friends, $52.00. The woman picked

Colored People, will be the 918 Broad Street Lane. plans to step up its draft school said Mrs. Geraldine they found a .22 calibre : oat Myers in a police
Rights Council calls this week along with lineup.
main speaker Airing a area- of schools Stevens had been enrolled pistol, and while they were, As a result, he was found

4 vide mass Beating planne BE .SDK the opening the nation Selective as a student and Mrs. Mar-' examining it, the gun acci- guilty and sentenced to

for Sunday. Sept 24 at 4 p. ''''' G_fs Extension across Service Director. Lewis jorie Carter a white dentally went off the bul-, five years by: Judge. Ben C.

B. In St. .Paul AXE Church W'iIa3E ; = c" YMRDMTOH, --, Kxteseioa of B. Hershey stated. teacher, 'had been hired as let striking Douglas in the Willard. '

Myrtle and 13th. the Civil Ruts (xsiealarmartsat Concerning the prospective a Dart*time teacher, had ,chest. After Myers was prosec-
uted and sent to prison.
YOVBA.ft X1471. ye draftee wha plans OB I English Instructor.AcderdiBf The youth seccumbed to the
UGTPUT7C Cam teaore we* aiprs.sl. ,. it Judge Willard and Prosecutor
rll&'I' 1047lZt lAW" JICft'J'V by tke. Senate which. alto attending that college he doesn'thave waslee.rsed to Reabert. ,the wounds on Saturday 'Au,. 26 Investigated the case ,
'
-;'" '..., .. Q. TOYS :_ \abu. ., ',ave tke -botfr a half Billioa to change his plans school has also received and his funeral was held the and J. P. Kersey, a Miami

A.1 ., .....U.. T.'YMMl dollars to eoatlaee ita of-. and it is Quite unlikely 48 applicationx from .11111 te ,following Thursday. bondsman gave a sworn stateient -

1TrT lli ;eratie diriif the ,freeeat that he will receive a students wishing to enrollin Douglas graduated from carver that Myers was in

iseel'year. id-tern.. call. the school High_School">ln 1960. his (Kersey's. ) downtown- \ .,

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.PAG.?_2 .. FLORIDA STAR Saturday, September 9, 196?
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SIC 0, SIMPSON..,...........................................Managing Editor CIVIL. RIGHTS SIDETRACKED

4 AIYSON B. WISE.....................-...................:........Ntwt Editor, 1i, I \!

1A HILDA YYOOTEN.... .;.:..... ...... ...........ClrwIoHon' Manager ,49pup Washington. The NAACP charged that Senate '
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I' OFFICE PLANT .#.
turned his back on the party's'platfonn pledge -

2323.Mencrltf. Read......................_.._._..........Phont.',ELgin 4-6787 ,, ; : hq '\ 1 thus paving the way for the Senate's decision;
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[ Commission for .:
to extend the Civil Rights ony\
4 Mailing .Addrtsss .
two
years.
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P. O. Box 561, Jackionvillt 1, Florida'r h .I It .
r r, ., t. tr t k' 'rTl r ti' : i The Democratic platform adopted

SUBSCRIPTION RATES last July in Los Angeles, promised
Ont Year, 15.00;; Half Year, 13.00 administration
"The new Democratic
Malted To You Anywhere In The United States
Subscription Payable In Advance lend,Check or Money Order To:/ will broaden the scope and
FLORIDA ftTAR-P. 0. lox JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA strengthen the pwoers of the present -

commission and make it perma-

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: II rV ?I +.. e nent. "

1., City and County Civil Service Jobs NAACP Executive Roy Wilkins wired President

2. Negro Road Patrolmen Kennedy pointing out 'denial of the Demo-

,t' 3, Negro Firemen cratic Prty's: commitment to protection of

',:-""' *, 4. More Negro Police! OfficersDemocracy's ..+ rights: of Negro citizens."
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.: JI He took particular issue with: Senator Mans
f ) field' assertion that he would move to table,
Language
I : ip N ti lrr, and thereby kill, any motion to extend the
1 ,Civil Rights Commission longer than two years.
... .It '
: It would have been foolish to expect that the Y rr t'1 The NAACP leader reminded the President that

ff! neutral nations, at their Belgrade meeting, rM t tr the Democratic controlled Senate, in adding

j 'would fully uphold the principles of democracy two years to the. Commission, made a "politi-

as we understand them. Free speech, free 'i... cally gratuitous submission to a minority" of
I 1.- press, freedom from search of one's home, the r r ut' its members.The .

It J I right to fair trial by a Jury of peers---these- ..... Senate voted 70 to 19 in favor of the two
and other rights are regarded by Americans as THE"CHAINS I HAVE BEEN BROKEN--SOON TO BE REMOVED year period. Forty-one Democrats and 29 Republicans -

; inalienable. We tend to forget that to perhap; .' .. .. -- .. ..,.-. ... voted in favor. Eighteen Democratsall
I a third of the world's people such things are -, ( Southern) and one Republican (Young of

I unknown, and difficult to comprehend. .. Your WeeklyT N. D. ) voted against even the two year term.
Even such a fundamental concept as majority : The Association's position is that "the

rule never has occurred to the minds of vast Guide Southerners won this fight, like so many other
numbers, some whom have never even learned Horoscope by a "boowithout! firing a shot. "

(' ) to count. For that matter the Russians, who "If Senator Mansfield will lay down and

\8- were, aware of the idea of majorities, had such --,---- WHICH. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR rollover in advance on just extending the

1 j a vague understanding of the principle that it BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL term of this agency, what can Negroes expect
ti meant little to them when l communism deprived frcmDemocratic leadership when the

them of. it. ,I-- By PABLO, Th. ASTROLOGER( really down in an nonest-to-goodne chipsiare
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It has been only a century. since we outlawed ..... -.-- rights. fight?

; 1' slavery, and thousands upon thousands still ARIES LfiOBorn judgment could bring

J: exist under some form of human bondage. It is :3ora March Jilt thru,April JJMhIf July ant 'thru August lard monetary loss, broken STATE FUNDS BANNED

"f, hard to make such people even understand, the ., friendships I or blasted Richmond, Va. -- The so-called private school.
,ff 1 evils of dictatorship, of secret police, of a you hare sotquite There are additional hopes on the 21st. Check for white children of Prince Edward County,

'I state's power to take human life at will and achieved your goal, during signs that unequivocably your imagination. Va. will be deprived of all state and county

similar practices shocking to us. They simp 11'i the past quarter, donot confirm, the desirability financial assistance under an order to be

'I' V:! da not know what we are talking about. abandon further efforts. of digging in where you issued by Judge Oren R. Lewis of the United

Democracy' B appeal to mankind is a lofty thin The possibilities of gettini work and taking all 9-30-22-19-46-932 States District Court for the Eastern Districtof

l ,' But democracy may have to save itself on a even better bteaks are necessary precautionso I' CAPRICORN Virginia.In .
1 less lofty plane. It must learn to speak a considerably reinforced by insure your earning Born Dec 22 thru Jan. 19th a memorandum of opinion handed down on

language the backward people can 'understand-, mighty Jupiter. Should this power (17th thru 20th) You can make some ver: August 23, Judge (Lewis said he would enter an '
valuable additions to
not be the case, you can you tend to be'carried your order banning further payment of tuition
knowledge, proje
long-term
You Can Pass A taw----Buff expect the rivalry to be away by your Imagination, and personal prospectsBut grants either by the county' or the state to
fierce, and not always and this may make you students attending the exclusively white
I 11'A t ;; scrupulous from the 20th ousceptibid to the intrigues : you will have to schools sponsored by the Prince Edward School

>) very short time from ncto\-O September 3-the n and 'thru 22nd. of strangers. have things pretty well Foundation. The memorandum also said he would
expanded federal Wage-Hour Law goes;: into effect. Many organized and safeguarded -

). L 11 millions l l of Yorkers, mainly In retailing i who were not 240111692241TAURUS 1-50-44-16-28-154 from the 17th enjoin the Prince Edward County treasurer from

,;' previously covered will I I then be included. '.- thru 20th. You may start granting tax credits to persons making contri-

1 Without i iN going Fnto the pros and cons of the advlsa porn AprH 20th thru May> 20th .. VIRGO. I IBorq taking an attitude, on the butions t tr the lilywhite school foundation

.f bility l of this, the new law provides and demonstrates The sacrifices you may AuB L t 24th thru Sept. 23f4 21st, which:: is detrincntal under an ordinance passed by ,the county Board

t rf the costly, time-consuming and confusing complications I now be called upon to make The to yourself, career and of Supervisors. ,'
l. possibility of
,: which arise when the hand of government (goes deeper and ,may not be in vain if you further with the proposition going- prestige. The Judge's actions were in response to a I

deeper into the people's affairs. :are establishing the that you can capitalize suit filed by the National Association for
For instance, spokesmen for retail( industry have been corner-stone for greater 2-40-9 9-17-87-249' the Advancement of Colored People on behalfof
In Labor t hearing on your creativ or AQvAIW ,
before
urging testimony a Department future prosperity and the parents of Frince Edward County colored
examiner that rates under the $ I hour minimum' artistic aptitudes is again Born JM. 2 Hh thru Feb.: 18th
an ,
pay happiness. Tu should have
children who have been without academic.
be established for students and learners. This would emphasized on the 19th20.Do You should go right ahead. any
considered encouragementin
'I training since the County closed ao'l' its public
all can to patch with a sense of urgency,
the labor market for them But labor you I '
J keep open repre- getting such projects schools rather than comply with federal court
things ty the 23rd, as to get your program set
up.
objecting and the problemup
sentatives have been keeping
t launched from the 16th orders to desegregate. Representing the Negro
the situation could worsen, and functioning by the
g In thealroAnother thru 20th. Mitch harm, parents in the four-day trial last l month; were '
end of the 19th. But from
rather than improve.
lies in definitions. The law's '
problem provisions would ensue if you take a NAACP attorneys Robert L. Carter of New York
the 20th on,
come
vary ,for "executives", "administrators", ,and dim view, or succumb to the under more you depressing may City and S. W. Tucker of Richmond and Emporia,
"professional employes". But, there are a great many influence of persons who 3-80-22-18-81-382 Va.
c. borderline cases and no one yet knows precisely who have no foresight at all. LIBRA influences, and it may
not take much to become t
falls or doesn't fall! into these classifications. B m.',Sept..Ith.thm Oct. 2rd
I It l Is comparatively t easy to pass a law giving the 4-30-44-12-71-431 confused and frustrated. SEEKS "PURGE" HALT
government rrore authority over the affairs of enterprise You still have four days
and individuals. But, more often than not in 'GEMINI to do the right thing, in '560771554567PISCES New York -- Roy Wilkins, executive secretaryof f

4 these cases, trying to pin down just what the law demands Borg May tltt thru Jake lit your own behalf, as wellas the National Association for the Advancement

.1( \ is a far more difficult matter. for the benefit of Born Feb. 19th thru KarcJl'20th of Colored People, has called upon Postmaster

I. The new Wage-Hour Law Is a spectacular addition to the The favorable develop- .others "'')rho may .lay claim You seem to 'have exactly General J. Edward Day "to reject the efforts

jungle of regulatory red tape that Is slowly choking ments that made the last to your* loyalty (17th thru three days to attack your originating in the Post Olffice personnel in ,

? progress In every field from railroads to rockets. quarter an outstanding one 20th). Do not reject the main objective, and to win Georgiarto accomplish the dismissal of Westley.W. .
should reach a brilliant Law from !his post as letter carrier in
offers of a friend to Intervene the victory conclusively(17th
climax by the 20th, but "
in behalf of peace thru 19th). Should Savannah.
Tan topics f ,that is where you will have and conciliation on this you have failed in your Law, a member of the NAACP Board of Directorsand
t 61J = to start acting more
1 day or early 22nd. purpose, retreat and protect : head of the organization in Georgia, leda
warily. Reject the allures successful 15-month withholding of patronage
yourself from
i J :that are dangled, before possible any campaign against downtown merchants because
consequences that
I your eyes by speculators, 5-70-88-15-73-578 often come in the aftermathof they refused to serve Negro customers at their
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'I. charmers, or schemers who .SCORPIO.. defeat (21st). lunch counters or to employ colored workers
e TR promise a lot for, little Bora Oct.. 24th thru Nov. 22nd except in menial! jobs. A settlement on July 6

( 2' 0 th thru 22nd) The things that have
8-20-55-13-32-825 opened the lunch counters to colored patronsand
transpired heretofore
maybe assured them better employment opportuni -
classed as mere New For'
Safety
tiY'M1 6-2O-SS-1t-3 9-628 Ikit- ties.
mishes when The Home The efforts to oust Mr. LAW from his postalA
the potential occurrences A *

= 'CANQfiRBrn that may be anticipated o are believed, to stem from his role in the

.Jaae had tbra,JaJ1 Id. during the rest of the selective buying campaign. and in other civil
month. The more you can rights activities. For the government to
d shroud a partner in economic re rise
your moves, the "become
hit harsh word can leadto against an employee! for nls civil rights
1 better chances
'an even harsher one your of activity.Mr. Wilkins told the Postmaster ,
'and' there it no telling putting up a stiff defense would be to give 'a sanction they do notdeserve'
against the forces or'
where and when it will to private individuals and organizations -
atop. Should you have any individuals that Bay Y !, seeking to curb the Negro's militancy.
attempt to frustrate you r
inkling that serious .rYSi
on the 21st.
d d. _, differences, art in the \Iind
;.... y :" I" offing, take advantage of 7-10-5W2-25-715 the strength

(!N: the e-ceptionally fine stilt) In the home thatff
influences operating on SAGITTARIUS: thy keynote for fall houcltaninf. **- _

the. igth-20th to build up Bom,NcniBbw ** thru Dee. lilt daily important. And safety for thou ii ttpf with for your: life .

N A VERBAL CONTRACT BNT .year defense Ton can total up your young children Sharp objects,
WORTH/THE gains from 17th/to 20th. brtakablt objects, should bt
R IT% I 8-10-66-18-48-816 kept out of men of tiny hand, WOIIINI'TOfJETHER THIS'WEEK
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is 1 z Visits. FamilyRodney
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i .LOUISE E GUINYARD f .. '2- P Mrs. Janelle Wilson, who
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ToMrs.. '*.. .
Theodore 1 L.; Redding a trip to Europe is ,
'' Fort Worth, Texas, is
? part of modern, leisure living and a ''Must'' on the calendar '
\visiting' his.. mother.. He
r : a of t the educator.'"
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I will be in the city until
In.a recent interview covering Mr.- ,and Mrs. Redding' s .
Sept. 8. Young, Hurst is
recent European tour, Mrs Redding gave vivid\' !
wearing an i insignia .which c h
tions of many wonderful places that are ,
descr1P-1 toe portrays him as an honor
to attract more and more, of our local. e
student in school .whefe;
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APPLICATIONS FOR
MARRIAGE LICENSES

K Wm. P.. Lewis,
d 4 t 1619; Myrtle
k I Ave., 22 and Dannette Hall, 1997
K'1 L ua W. 23rd St., 17..

_6 Frank J.. Perry, 760 W. Union
________________ .! ,., '; St,, ''20 and Johnnie M.. Johnson,
.. 1080 W.. Union St.,; 18..
'I': Jos. Sanders, 1423 "Madison. St.,
L 22 and Ceola! HIcks, 1822 W/30th./
.. St., 18.Leroy.
1!:,'; cCray; 606 N.W.. Qth
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P. Lewis, 1619 Myrtle
Ave., 22 and Dannette Hall, 1997
t 1j .F rd ;,4 i.r W. 23rd St. 17.

f Frank J. Perry, 760 W. Union
St., '20 and Johnnie M. Johnson,
i ; : t--- 1F Lt v 1080 W. Union St.; 16.

.; r ti ) Jos. Sanders, 1423 Madison St.,
22 and Ceola Hicks. 1822 W.;30th
St., 18.Leroy.
MJcCray; 606 N.W. Qth
1: St., Gainesville, Fla., 33 and Lucille
Thompson, 606 .N. W. 6th
i St., Gainesville, Fla, 35.
# Samuel L. Butler, 2009 Tuske-
r'f Reddings really did it up proper, and it is no wonder gee Ed., 25 and Cecil L. Williams, .

p that she describes the expedition wonderful of our. 5779 Carver Circle, 19.

Ui many travels." Peeling certain that our readers James M. Brown, 5823 Paris

r'I' would like to hear further from Mrs. Redding, we art Ave., 17 and Joyce G. Henry,
5542 Verbena Rd, 17.
I 'h 1 including excerpts of her account of the trip:
iy'B i Richard H. Scruggs, 132 Mur-
: y all means, go by plane. two-thirds of all r+ ray St, Rahway, N. J., 25 and

.r travelers to Europe use the airplane. In fact, we 13 t t' fir" t Gloria Brown, 977 W. 12th St.,,

Ij used jet, or we could not have covered so much territory 21.David

': in so little time. Frankly, I do not advocate visiting Jones, 1050 Madison St.,
20 and Lucille Collins, 2905 Abbott
3 l: I' as many places as we did in one summer. Going through St., 20.

i 11 the many customs, exchanging the different currencies Willie Thomas, 2242'Thomasbt

I packing and unpacking every three or four days .is 77 and Garnella H. Lewis,
I' B547 Minosa Cir. W., 42. *
Quite tiring. It was fun, though--thrilling and ex-

.citing. Teddy, being a man and having visited many ': i Lonnie J. Wright, 523 W. 2ist
( 1 j ISt25H and Ruth M. Neal 1742
I' '\ of the places before, became a little tired. y ICalhoun St. 22.
,
y I;+ Actually, this vacation was the most 'wonderful of our Dr:; 4 : 1 4 I Gerald T, Flowers; P.O. Box

t, !: many travels. The trip carried sightseeing in the 2412, -26 and Bernice G. Monroe,

k largest cities ,of Europe--from Scotland down int 4Jkt -- 1546 Franklin St., 25.
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Robt. L. Smith, 958 W..State
I ;u Africa; then back by the way of Austria, Germany' and St., 39 and Phyllis E. Kohn, 6215

w. 118th St, 20.
Copenhagen by the Polar-Route gateway into New York.
I Chas. W. Demps, 2027 Curry
"In all, we visited twelve European countries, and [Lane, 21 and Elizabeth Baker,
1 M the beauty ,of the many cities visited is beyond. -., ; w'1 f !f 1311 P *co S4.JO. '
( description. Wm. Burke 309 Bermuda Ave.,
r jKissimmee, Fla., 33 and Lillle M.. ,
.' 'Frie ds have asked me about Paris it is still one, 'CELEBRITY---Miss "Queen of the Blues" Dinah Washington loris Pearson, Miss (Collette Simpson, Rutledge and pBess, 135 W. .9th St., 32.
) of the most beautiful cities in the world. However, I, seated left hosted '
here
( ) was sumptiiosly during Mrs. Mary Ann Pearson, Mrs. Mary Simpson, Mrs. Helen
I prefer Rome, which is rapidly catching up with Paris her last Saturday and Sunday stay here in Jax by Mrs. Mack, Mrs. Ann Wise, land Mrs. Eleanor Davis Following

,I in beauty fashions, and night life. : Azzie McFarland, (seatrd right) at her 'palatial outer the performance Miss Washington, her entourage, anda

It t 'Other cities in the 'run' and, tops on my, list are Uoncrief Road mansion. Members of Miss Washington s large attendance of Juons were lavishly entertained SENSIBLEPAIN

Amsterdam, Athens Copenhagen, Edinburg, Vienna, and staff shown from left are: :Buzz Pridgeon, road manager; by her old friends, Dr. and Mrs. W.'W. Schell in their
Miss LaRue Manna, personal secretary; Chuck Barksdale,
attractive 1510 Jefferson Street residence. '
Cairo. .
I Of course, London still holds its own in popularity -
Dells' and Jaxon John
arranger-manager ArmstrongSome
tradition, and atmosphere. of the who The Armory show featuring Dinah Washington was sponsored\ RELIEF
many Jaxons enjoyed the Sunday night t
t
benefit to aid the NAACP Youth Council..
as a performance ,
!
Trope has
recovered remarkably from the war. You performance in the Armory seated from left are: Mrs.

may see ;ruins, but v the entire country has advanced in- Ruby Gilbert.. Mrs. Janie and $ilas Gilbert, Miss De- ( Royal Art Studio Photos)

strides. 'j & SENSIBLY

T.or those who appreciate "Old World' culture, the PEOPLE Brewsfer Group
St. Paul Board ANNOUNCEHOTThe
cient ruins of Athens, Corinth, and Rome provide The .
friends PRICED
many of Ha OutingMembers
\ lasting and pleasant emotions. The paintings and. Fr.ank' Swindell of 1308 Has Anniversary wedding ceremony of

i sculptures of the 'Did Manters' exceed the most acute Madison St. Palatka,. of the Brewster Miss Cecil Louise Williams
I Sunday Afternoon Methodist Hospital person- and Samuel Lee Butler will
{imagination. We visited museums?castles and tombs. will be pleased to lear n

t.l. t Qy all means, go to Egypt and ride a camel: from that he has been released nel enjoyed a grand timeon be performed on Sunday,
Six prlucVpal speakers' a picnic outing recently Sept. 10 at 5 p.m. in New.

the Pyramids to the Sphinx, and get sunburned on the from a Jax hospi will feature St. ,Paul's to Little Talbot Island Bethel AIm Church, Third
tal after halving been and Tyler sts. instead of
1 Sahara Desert or riding up the Nile River. Stewardess Board No. 1 Beach. .
i. confined during an illness in St. Stephens AME Church
The hotels on Miami Beach have program which celebrate sits Everything was done by .as previously announced.
nothing on the Nile- ,of some four ,weeks .
Hilton in Cairo, or other European hotels. It is Mrs. Swindell anniversary with a the hospital authoritiesto Goodu'sHEADACHE
,' a '
prom- Fall Tea Sunday be make the day pleasant
delightful to flit in. a sidewalk. cafe. As Paul Lawrence inent beauty shop! operator FLQJUDAST ntty aooo
ginning at 3 p.m. in the for all. Games, such as
Dunbar said, ''Yon' 11 just have to go and it for *
see and president of
basement of the church. IN EVERY
t
yourself." baseball, softball, water POWDERS

.t .i. .....................essee Orange the Palatka Blossom unit of State the Program part lei pints are: sports, card games and 1 COLORED: HOME 2 POWDERS 5* 0 POWDERS 25* .
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell, an ,
,+ dancing were the day s <
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Beauticians' Association \ '
\ Back from Europe, we find Mrs. Joel A. West of 3026 Instructor with St 'activities. Everyone had

Jupiter Avenue'visiting the northeastern section of Paul's Sarah Allen Bible' an opportunity to select

r our country. She ,and daughter Bobbi visited Yr.t Class; Mrs. M. B. Hicks. either one to participate

West a aother, Mrs. Missouri lest and his sister and Mrs. Hosea Sease, ,Mrs. in if they so desired. .
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. George Osborne, all of
t Nora Henderson Mrs. The Dietary Department, Ii -
; CaMden New Jersey. They also visited relatives in 6
'I St. Albans Hew York Mrs. Jaaes R. Young and dames % etPB .Vencle Williams, Sherman supervised by Mm. Ruth

4\ Young, Jr. The. latter 'recentlycowleed aa assignment 'liitche l, Mrs. Frederick Landrum and Mrs. Margie

in the U. 8. Aii farce and plans to attend London University WCY Underwood, Miss Jacqueline Turner prepared a delightful V :- I

this fall. A.r Morrison, Charles Lee, dinner for the occa-

.r Before leaving on her trip Mrs. test was feted witha teuve #8/lurk Ma..ulta ey Mrs. Mary sion. The menu consistedo
covered dish buffet dinner at her home Les
bjr- Bon Singleton and Mrs., Corine fried chicken, buns
DOS Amiss social Club. Mrs. West Incidentally '
Bogans, prg&ram chairman
relish, cold drinks
president of the group.> Attending the meeting were,
,Keep your tighTldty skin smooth cookies and salad.
Mrs. Mattie Lazenby. Mrs. Eddie Lea WilliMS
Mrs. and soft with IIO'rJIIBI'
JIIID" The triple winners in the
Ruby P. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I 'II. Mr. find Neglect of body skin tissues;:
Mrs. John Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haynes. during.pregnancy may show up bathing beauty contest
for the rest of your life. This famous Aid I for Amateur were/ Mrs. Bertie Arter,
.. ................. .... '.! .....' skin conditioner Is especf Mrs. Barbara Bentley and
ally compounded to relieve the
discomfort of that stretched fee! DecoratorsIf Miss Yvonne Taylor. The x

i Mr. toratt Grooves spent' few Ing In your skin. You'll find a your teenage son or dtug&ter's judges were J. J. Nixon,
a days in the city recently '
MoaaM 1'JUDD'mISSlI' can involved in decanting for a High vice president of the Her mother or her sister?
visiting relatives and friend Since taking bt soothing for that numbing] school ec ''''a or after
a 'leavt-of-atysencr: fro the Duval Connty Public 'In .Itgi and back, tQO_Taka* theunedicce, you misfit suggest Br'ewser ..n'a Club BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL' NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR
School @yste. Mr. Grommet* has earned the professional cart of your body skin with a simple way to add a ut of color Charles White and Harvey "
Nest raaeo. will for little cost.
never
I certificate In physicals then" and the M. A. )Degree! rtfretlt; Sanders' 0 f the firewater Whether you want the excitement of a different
in Organisation sad Administration at N. Y. ft/tad isa Facial tissues, long a favorite staff., J. Earl Morse, hair ahade, or want to give new lift to dull or
staff amber of the Corona Rehabilitation Research .1.1 DIVE .YOU material for, Boats end dance dec gray hair..insist! on th*long-lasting haireoloria !
Sftrtf orations, now are available in a president of the Bre.lterlI'n'
Project, which operates under the New York City Department Everywhere,. striking Sire-red colon; The new the famous red package -Godcfiroy'a.Larieaae.
of Health 'sad the Medical Research Association shade is especially dramatic when a Club served as master If csy to apply, and complete in
I of New York City used with ,white or pastel colored of cereaoniea. ODe package--then'*nothing. eIae! : to buy.

KB route Mr. Grooms stopped in Atlantic City New MOTHERS tissues. Jack H. Whittington,

Mersey to visit his sister, Mrs Bernice Crania, and j' One idea is to speD out the name Brewster Administrator p444' 13 LOVELY
cf the school in red tissue tnfmt COLOMOodcfroy
la Hampton Virginia where ae participated
in the IRIEND"A.1MGt" a white tissue background tor. a expressed a desire to make .
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National Negro Steals; Touraaaent. real ere-catcher on the float or in the hospital picnic an
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.O.O..OO..O..000.OO.OO .OSS5S ''1 firiG9..Nit.t .-.k the gym. Mf0.C.maaey.381O Ollv' $t.55.Lou1.,Mo.t .
annual affair,

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; People SSSS SS yo ; Gore Expects 3,000Studenps -


1 At FAMU's Current Opening '


Nurse Alice Coleman, instructor at firewater Methodist
.HTJ TALLAHASSEE.-- A record enrollment of 3,000 studentsis
Hospital for the DOT students preparing for a large :
expected at Florida A & M University when school
enrollment for the ten. Her students attend classes
this fall according to Dr. George W. Gore Jr.
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It the hospital for special instruction in the various ? k begins ...
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fields of nursing service, patient care, hospital decorum < ; president.
and the various fields in services rendered by p r E7 ; Although the 3.000 enrollment ,

t ,a hospital in any locality. The students representthe f- : j will the establish old schoolDr.Goresaid a record for FNI Announces
75-year
various high schools of the city. Some members of
it does not represent a
of the last term class graduated and many of them: substantial increase from last Graduates' SurveyST. \

expressed a .desire to make hospital work their chosen. ;year's mark of 2,981 students
profession because of two important
...................-.. factors. AUGUSTINE. An intensive',
survey will be conducted this
1 1i s These, he said are more
;year by; the executive secre-
Mrs. Georgians C. Bowen of New Stanton High School returned strict rules eoerninc'off- tary; of the Florida Normal

home recently: and was all set to begin another 4 1w.4 t>t," campus entrance housing requirements facilities and and an and Industrial Memorial

year a work. Mrs. Bowen visited with her brother and increase of the registration College Alumni in order to

4' sister-in-law in New York City She holds a very Important fee from $75 each semester to help determine the role gradu-
ates of this
position in the Pride of Macao Temple 188 of $90. institution of
higher
learning
Elks which attended the Elks convention in New York Although A. ft M begins its in the field of education are playing in

city;: : school ;year Sept. 8. Gore said In the state of Florida.The .

................p...... when dormitories will be open- announcement was made
ed to freshmen and initial
today by John L. Jackson
faculty; meetings will be scheduled -
Mrs. Arthur lIadl7. and children spent four weeks in Fr--iW r classes will, not begin executive secretary of the
California this summer visiting DISNEYLAND; They s.aid until Monday. September 18. Florida Normal National

they had a wonderful time and the sights were really: Prior to the first day of Alumni Association who stat-
ed that he along with other
something to see and according to their descriptions classes, a freshman orienta- members of
I the
of the place it is both:>> interesting and educational- tion period will be held and I relations college's staff would public -

........ .- r: I admission examinations will begiven visit some eight major areas
-- -- ----- new students. Freshmen
of the
state during the first
; will register also during this
Mrs. Margaret Bass is back home from her vacation and period. Gore said. six months of the 1961-62

is hard at work at this time completing plans for the .t Dormitories will be open to college year as a means of receiving -

'Sept. 13 meeting of the Eugene J." Butler Chapter of returning students Wednesday first hand informa-
: tion as to the work and
the American Cancer Society. This in the annual 1&f? : ; -1 September 13. while registration progress being made by former

/ meeting of the Chapter and it will be held in the J tp for returning students students and/or graduates of
a \ Independent insurance Building. will be held September 1416. Florida Normal.

._._..._ ._-_. ----- -- Jackson also stated that a
very large percentagd of the

Harry, Jackson Jr. and Jerry, Jackson, sons 'of Harry West Union's teachers and educators in the
state of Florida
have
and Mrs. Elinor Wooten Jackson Sr. of Boston, Mass, made
some professional contact with
left the city Wednesday, Sept. 8 after spending their Sunday Events Florida Normal and Industrial

vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H.J.Cklon.of Memorial College during the

Grothe street and lira. Rosa L. Wpoten, ( 4 Are ScheduledDeaconess past years and that greater

Myrtle A'enue. The boys said they had a very, delight efforts will be made to reestablish -

ful stay in the city. 1 J .ai _-vka1j :- a professional rela-
_... > y, tionship with such persons.
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An estimated fifty thousandor
I 1 Board 2 of West
First Baptist Church on Jessie Street will be the i Union more persons have received

scene pf a blessed event for 'SUnd", Sept. 24, when its ; meet Baptist Church will diplomas. Associate of Arts
w'L4.r' Sunday at
3 and
p.m. bachelor of Arts degrees
pastor, the Rev. Charles B. Dailey and Hiss Owen
---- District 6 will
also from this
__ meet nearly seventy year
1 dolyn Jones excahnge sacred vows in matrimony. Miss S
j in the home of Deacon A. old church-related institution
Jones is a teacher in the Public School System. Since Botsden 1731 West Union whose history includes exis-

coming to the city to pastor one of its churches, Rev. wj .. Street at 3 p.m. tence in Live Oak.Jacksonville
f: dc. r: f .
Dailey has won many friends and the many friends of The Sunny Rose Gospel and St. Augustine.
Miss Jones all join in hearty congratulations.
will
Singers be
presentedin
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GRAND AT NASSAU--Elk Grand Exalted Ruler and Mrs. Hobson R. Reynolds, lower left, a musical program at Scouts To Stage

Miss Catherine.Salmon of .the Florida Star staff spent and Mr. and Mrs. John T. Freeman, right, stroll in the gardens of the British 3 p.m. in the education

Colonial Hotel, prior to recent annual meeting of the Bahama Elks held at Nassau. building. The sponsors are Annual Round Up
the Labor Day holiday in Savannah Georgia with her Mrs. Ruth Fedd and Mrs.
Above, William P. Macbeth, 3rd from left, British Colonial management represen-
P. Salmon. Miss Salmon is
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Josie B. Wilkerson.The The Cherokee District.
tative, greets Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Freeman their arrival at the famous hotel.At .
a graduate of Walker Business .and Commercial College. on Young Matrons Auxil- North Florida Council Boy

_._._-_._--_._------::.. left is seen PRman Moss H. Kendrix whose Washington, D.C., firm handles public iary will meet 'at 1530 Dot Scouts of America will

relations promotions for the Bahamas through appointment of Hill and Knowlton, Inc.* Street with Mrs. Mary stage its Roundup and

1 Mr. and Mrs Theodore Lewis and daughter Carolyn New York City. Mr. Freeman is chairman of the Grand Trustee Board of the 1400- Jane Jackson as hostess.The Campfire Saturday at 7:45:
returned from a two weeks vacation. Whileon in Myrtle
Denise hare meeting will begin at p.m. Avenue
lodge near-half-million membership, international Elk organization while Mrs.
I their vacation they visited 'with relatives and 4 p.m. All of these Sct- Baseball park. '
friends in Bayshore Long Island, N. Y. Portsmouth, Freeman and Mrs. Reynolds are active as Grand Trustee Board chairman and Grand tivities are"scheduled"for Every troop in the dist-

-Va., Philadelphia, Pa. Newark, N. J. and New York organizer, respectively, of the approximate 1400 Temples of the Lodge. The Reynoldsand September 10. rict will be representedwith

Citr. They reported a very enjoyable trip. Freemans reside in Philadelphia. their flags. Scout-

.. masters and troop repre-
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Emanuel Slates
Mrs. Elnora E. .Davis and'Mrs. Sarah Dixon spent a part I the evening will be inter-

oi their vacation in Los .g eles and San Francisco, Ca 17 esting and educational.

111 li'f. They 'spent three weeks in 'Ogden, Utah with Mrs Plans Laura Street Sept. ProgramsMiss Every individual within

Davis' son and his wife, Airman and Mrs. James Carla Triumph Schedules Men's the confines of Duval and

.Davis Mrs J. C. Davis will be remembered a's BettyJean e adjacent counties are requested -
Asque. Mrs. Davis and Mrs Dixon are members of PresbyterianChurch
ObservanceAnnual
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St. Paul AME Church. Gospel Fete Day Margie Overstreet to be present to
L will be presented in a witness the event. One of
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A gospel program will be '
Men's Day will be 6-30 p.m. in Emanuel gram will be group singing
Ruben Butler, Chairman of the annual outing for the presented Sunday at the BY L. N. PEARSON SR. observed September 24 in Baptist Church. She is a which will be led by Dist-
Triumph
parental Home Boys and Girls, reported on the outings Holiness Church the First New Zion Baptist member of Choir 2 and rict Executive Robert,A.

that are sponsored each year for the under priviledge. Third and Franklin Street. Sunday school will open Church with male voices children's choir. Sewell.

children at which time they have the opportunity to go.' Appearing on the program Sunday, Sept. 10 at 9:30 furnishing the singing; District 2 of Emanuel The speech during the

Iw1mminl/"p1&J gases and enjoy a delicious dinner pre- will be the Gospel Echoes a.m. with superintendentT. The Rev. W.C. Neal, pastorof will observe its 15th anniversary activities will 'be made byJ.

pared by the Barons. The place of the outing was Bivens Specials, Latimore 'V. Huger Elder W. K. St. Thomas Baptist and the 19th of E. Bradford known as

Little Talbot Island. Mr. Butler is club Barons Gospel Singers, Rolling Harper, music director Church will* deliver the the leader, Deacon Samuel 'Mr. Scouter' because of

N chairman for the annual event. The meeting was held Stones of Atlantic Beach, the instructors, and Miss message at the 11 a.m. .. Session at 3 p.m. The 12th his long and continuous

in the spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fletcher, the Grace Gospel Band, The Dorothy Burroughs,pianist, ,worship hour. Hour Prayer Band will have service in the Scouting

1908 McLean Road. President William Shellman presided. the COG'S and Melvin Grace in charge.Rev. Sunday School will begin charge of devotions. Mrs. program. Mr. Bradford is a

..... who will serve as master Franklin
-, ----- -.--- D. Wilson, the days activities at Melvenia Wright will be veteran scouter and he

-. of ceremonies. pastor, will bring the 9:30: a.m. with guest tea- the speaker. The male knows all the angles. He

FNI The Sunbeam Spiritual message during the'11 a.m. chers from the various chorus. Choir 2 and Usher will discuss and unfold to

Philadelphia( Sets : Stages Singers the Singing service. The Westminster churches in the city Board 2 will serve. the public the principlesof

Wonders, ,Sammy Henderson, Choir will support* the having charge of the Matthew McCoy will be the the program. It will be
t Annual Day Annual SessionSt. Miss Essie Mae Thomas rites with Mrs. Rudyne classes. soloist. time well spentnowits
the Angelites, Voices of Watson at the organ. All I
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Jerusalem, United Gospel members and friends ,
I \ Augustine--The Traditional are ,
The women of Philadelphia Faculty Planning Institute con- Chorus of Wesconnett asked to be present to : .

Baptist Church will observe ducted at Florida Normal and Morning Star Spiritual hear this young minister.All .
their annual women's Industrial Memorial College Singers, the Cleftones those who heard his 1L Pepsi

: Day Sunday with Mrs. I September 5-6 officially began and others will also sermon last Sunday entitled .

1 Louise A. Washington, i the current college ;year at appear. 'Great Invitation'can &*A&i for those who..thlilk
chairman and Mrs.. ..Wilhelmina I this nearly seventy years old Mrs. Myrtice Williams truthfully say that young
Baptist Institution.This .

'::1 Other Towson officers, co-chairman.are: Mrs. announcement was made hostesses will serve.as, and Mrs.. dean Thelca"of his is, words because have he power.has That the Today we're on Vie go as never ore.. We lead the full life.

1 this week by Dr. B. W. Puryear. Edwards and Mrs. guidance of the :t This Is the life for Pepsi'-light bracing
Thelma Norman, secretary. President of Florida Normal, Inez Haly I clean-tasting
i 'Mrs. Janie Alderman.pastor who is'currently serving his Bivins are sponsors of the spirit. iniliimmuiiiiillil.I Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, pleaseTf

of the .day; Mrs. Josephine twelth consecutive ;year as' ,Jrogram. The congregation met .

'I I Boggs 'music chairman; head of the college. President after service last Sunday r

sa Mrs. Ruth Malone, finance. Puryear stated that a record morning and gave approvalfor ." :>
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chairman breaking number of fre shaen Sets Services the Trustees to : -""_'. ;
Mrs. GraceDunmyer put on I ),;'1 '., rf
ushers chairman students would arrive on the I ,a financial drive to stre- t .YM.' .' :Je. i "
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\\ I4 i Mrs. Ada Standley, decoration \ college campus this week in ngthen their treasury. All 's: : I I
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chairman, Mrs. J. member's support is urgedin : :
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i Boggs, publicity chairman. designed for new students at' put ,.." .4._ ";'Z.1 '" ,
I'i The services will begin the college. drive over the top. \ \ ::..:: w ,
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with:the Sunday School at General registration activities The Communicant Class for .' iJ :. '- J 5t' )

9:30: a.m. with Mrs. A.B. ",will begin oa September youth ages,10-18, will be : .
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payes as ,superintendent. 11 and instructions will begin conducted at the church ; :

The teachers are: Estelle on the following day. The, last ( '; each Saturday at 5 p.m. .f'_ ...,..-.... rr
day for registration for the 6t -""
Alexander, Mrs. Belle All members and prospective '

Towns, Mrs. Anna Bryant, Fall seaister is September 25. members are urged to : : :" !' : ;
President and Dr.
fo I i Mrs. Lucille ,McCall, Mrs. Pnryear attend. Adult'' classes' will .
Sankey C. Cnao. dean of the
Leila B. Rich and Mrs. be held on d'nesdainights
Y ; college both were 'pleased to ': ,
} Janie Jackson. in connection with '. ]7 .
'I I motion that aa extremely well ] : ," ,
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Mrs. Mildred J. Pauline, qualified staff and faculty I prayer service. For the ; 1 .." "".

: instructor at Douglas have been appointed to provide 1 next few weeks midweek ; :: '.
excellent learning experiences I will .consist of devotions :
\ jUylWPA .School, will be .' .
sad professional developecent 1 and cl study.. The hour. ,
the speaker at the 10:45 ._.
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at Florida Normal daring the I "
is 730 1'.11.IThe .
a.m. worship hour.Mrs.Louvenia a
,"' forthcoming college year. Soot | Pairs and Spares t .'.: ,
Newman. tight persons en the 1061-62 -
at Matthew Young Adults will begin : /
Instructor W. faculty have doctorate degrees
Gilbert School will beth sad several others are in the ELDER GEORGE BROOKS announces their Communicant Class at -::'

speaker at 3 .p.m.Mrs.. process of completing the doctorate that a Midnight their next meeting 'slated i

S Newman if a member of degree within the very Service will be held for Sunday, Sept. 10 in

1:' 1 Philadelphia Baptist.The Bear future' according' to Dean Saturday night Sept. 9th the home of ,Rev. and Mrs i-i i.wr..w..w.c..a.
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evening service will Cfeeo.Ftno&s beginning at 12:00: o'clockat Wilson 3068 foodlawn Rd.
interested in course
begin at 6:3(7: ( Mrs. Susie offenses at Florida Normal Consolers Temple Church The Sunday School staff .-.......-. .
Pierce .will be .the fcrald eeatact the Office of of God in Christ, 407 West will meet with the superintendent a. f

f speaker, Mra. Pierce is an 'The KliBtrar fer semi and asseam State Street. The' Publics Tuesday Sept. .", -!.I-COLA BOTTLING, COMPANY. OP JACKSONVILLE!
19 in the church at 30
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II -:Grand "M.aster'Wesley Dobbs Led Vanguard For Freedom I I



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/John' Wesley Dobbs Passes; Prc-: Holiday/ Reigned With Dinah' Southern Integrationists .


U?I/ Was Militant Masonic Leader: Asks JFK To Free Carl/ Braden


11.1 ''NEI'YORL-- The NAACP this week mourned the passing of WASHINGTON D C. A delegation of

a distinguished vice president, John Wesley Dobbs of Southern ,integration leaders took to

(t.I Atlanta, Georgia, father of Metropolitan opera star the White House petitions asking Presi-

) iICattlwllda\ Dobbs. He was 79. dent Kennedy to free Carl Braden of

Mr. Dobbs, who became en BishopC.A.Gibb3 Louisville Kywho is serving a year's
NAACP rice president' in 1957,
served as Grand Later of the sentence for contempt of the House Un-

Prince Ball Masons of Georgiafor Program SpeakerFor :- American Activities Committee.The .
f 2a: years. Rev. Robcrson
*>?..fIIIIl-.years before taking petitions were signea --
formal; NAACP office, Mr.Dobbs Bishop C. A. Qlfibs, prelate by over 1,800 leaders in Christian Leadership
''had raised substantial sums
Npf acmeeach year and contributed of the 16th Episcopal Dis' the field of human rights, Conference, .
them to the NAACP. He tract' of the African Methodist 'representing all of the The delegation with

'and the NAACP cooperated annually Episcopal Church, will 50 states of the United Presidential assistants

on a' voter' registration be the main speaker when an States. Harris Wofford and Lee
campaign in Georgia."He { '
d was a great American Appreciation program will be Spokesman for the delegation White.'

.and a fighter at all tines tendered Rev. S. P. Roberson was Dr. Ralph The petition quotedU.

for right and Justice,"said ,beginning at 3 P.m. in Mt. 'Abernathy, president of S. Supreme Court
NAACP Executive Secretary Roy :
Wilkins in a special message [ Zion All Church, Southsde.Sunday. the Montgomery Improve- Justice Hugo Black as
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( to Mrs. Dobbs. ; .. ment Association, Mont- saying that Carl Braden'

"'e shall Bias the inspita- h r' Rev. Nathaniel McCray, pastor gomery, Ala. and one of integration activitiesseem
tion and support he gave so
I freely" Wilkins said.Consciousness ; iis cordially inviting the nation's outstanding to have been the

:-friends. and. the.. .-.genera. :. Chairman civil rights of the leaders.delega- 'primary reason for his
called before the
being
public to attend this but
Two men look ,out through th tion was Wyatt Tee Walker
same ban;' l standing eTent. Mrs. S. L. Un-American Activities
One sees the mud, the one the is secretary. r ot'Atlanta, Ga. Committee, and said
.
ItarI.Frederl Langbrldge.rans : % .., Mr. Walker is executive
'the entire of
.-. !4 cause
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..1 director of Dr. Martin integration suffer
may
.! Luther King, Jr' s pro
r SPORT1NGITVP. :: 'c. ,: : iii. as a result of the pre-
integration SouthernSecured
1. : ; r S cedent set in this case."

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BY C. PARHAM.JOHNSONv

6,708 BA
THE JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL CLUB, known to the baseball '
world as the Jets took a crash landing at the begin- Degrees LasUune 'Wage 'Hike Due

ning of the, season and there they stayed until final
bell rang at the end of the season. Now the only way Cane Workers
to get the Jets on top in the South Atlantic LeagueIs NEW YORK. -- An NAACP spot

to turn the standings upside down. One pilot, who survey released this week
could not get the Jets sailing relinquished' his post indicates that 6,708 Negro
and another one came.A youth received bachelor degrees WASHINGTON.-- An Increaseof

TERRIFIC EFFORT WAS MADE by the second pilot to get last spring from the 10 cents an hour in the
things moving but the old machinery Just refused to 50 institutions minimum wage rates for
; participating -
budge. Manager Tom Saffellwho was here at the begin- L 1 KNe :- r. Florida sugarcane workers
ning of the season did the best he..could with what he. 't t in the tally. has been announced by the
had to do with. Manager Homer 'Dixie' Howell, came and Total enrollment for the

found the situation In a hopeless condition, but he yF 1 t participating\ colleges and U.S. Department of Agricul-
:kept plugging away. He did show to the fans that he universities is 68,184 ture.
had a fighting spirit. If the situation looked dark Since August 22, the wage
according to the 50th ann-
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and hopeless, he did not admit it. -, =' rate has been $1.00 per
\ --- ual educational survey in
ONE OF THE FINEST MEN in baseball is Dick. Russell, the hour for drivers of tract-
August-September issueof
the general manager of the Jets. How can you disputeit 4. 1 j.. S--- ors and operators of other
: S Crisis, official NAACP
when he stayed there and suffered it out like a mechanical equipment employed -
4 man. A non winning season in his first year, poor' : r : organ. in the cultivationand
attendance throughout the season and yet uncomplain The study includes infor-
I ing* head unbowed, he fought the battle through to < -. mation from Negro colleges harvest of sugarcane in
the finish. It is a known fact that he couldn' run only,since "mixed schools"no Florida. All other workersare
the business of the club and play the game himself, now receiving 90 .cents
longer keep official records -
JACKSONVILLE IS ONE of the finest baseball towns .in an hour. These rates repre-
1\ the nation. It will support the team if the team will t of their students by sent a 10 cents an hour

support It. There is one thing sure and certain about 'S.' -S race. increase.
:l Jacksonville however, and that 1s, at no time and at Additional graduates received -
no other place can they beat the fans here staying 435 various master's Each worker employed on a

a 1 home unless there IS an attraction to see. The Jets degrees and 210 doctorates.Of piecework basis must be
\ have played Jiheir .last game on home soil. What they paid wages for each pay
: did on foreign soil for the last of the season .. E these, Howard University period not less than .the
wasn't hard to follow. } awarded 91 master's and 132
.1 hourly rate, say USDA offi-
_ THE BIG TALK NOW GOING the rounds Is a triple A club doctorate degrees.
I for Jacksonville. There will not be a question of cials.
''f l getting the support needed to keep the team going if Payment of wages not less

I a good Triple A is coming to town. A bad Triple A 075, Wailed than those set by the Secretary -
team Is just as bad as a bad single A team. Give the of Agriculture Isa
folk a team and they will give the team a supportingcrowd. requirement which prd-

223.at .Mon deJ ducers must meet to" quality
IT WAS VERY GRATIFYING to note that one of Jacksonville : -
's very owe went into the service and then came : for payment under the Sugar
_ back home and was signed by the Jacksonville Jets. -Sf 13th. Street Act of 1948 as amended
- N I Benny Stokes has gotten his start in pro baseball .
with all of his former schoolmates at Stanton High f'r f fzE
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School, the others who know him and Jacksonville in -- -' ------ ,--' --

; general are wishing for him a grand and glorious :
..future in the good old American pastime. Alright zE zESS PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
Benny, since you have had your opportunitygiven to
you, go forward and make tile best of it. ? EVERY OCCASION :
THE CINCINNATI REDS BASEBALL CLUB is announcing that ;
ti the club cannot accept any World Series ticket requests ; a ;t: I .. PhoSegraPJ '
Exptri
at this time because the'World Series is played ."
; :;1,\! Porlrallj Weddings ."'fI
under the supervision of the Commissioner of ,lilt p..... IdamHflcaitomPfeoiocttisj PL1r
baseball. It is customary for him to call a meetingof f \ 8c C'frftr.Tfal Wap _
the contending clubs early in September, at. which F 'CIF r r d Photo For Nwiyap. CmliWUU
time the dates, prices of tickets and other detailsare Yen Wall

decided upon. Following that meeting, the con- .t Coloriaf fc Picture FraafefUfTti
tending clubs are then authorized to make an tn- i.et A Pboio Of ToIn .
nouncement as to the proper procedure for filing applications .
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for tickets. The proper time and date and ,:J Jfaruxai CoeIr
the method for filing applications for World Series Amy -
tickets will be announced later. 'J. ,
N WHAT A WONDERFUL THING it is to know that an announcement 4 AVERrS PHOTO STUDIO !
is coming from Cincinnati* concerning a
World Series. During Spring training, just about the 174 KinsftJtt.- Next to library

,most pitiful bunch of ball players in any league were P ou EL i-TMi.Fer AIr'*.tI
those.Reds. Since those awful looking days in training 17M .
the Reds have become the most talked about club 'I, : .
\ in the National League. Yes, It is true that the S ;
.
i Braves, the Dodgers, the Giants and the Pirates f ro d a
still hold their fans, but everyone must give due FREE! FREE! FREEI
credit to the Reds Vada Pinson, Frank Robinson Gene
Freese, Gordy Coleman Joey Jay, Jerry Lynch, Leo
Cardenas, Don Blasingame, Eddie ,Kasko and others r1tr Pick Up Delivery S. vk.
along with 'Hutch' have done a remarkable job. /

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,, -HOLIDAY CELEBRANTS --- The put musical interpolations of the famed Dells
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t 2735 W. fcfewood Avft
; holiday weebnd, proved tops In Quartet. Saturday night: music lovers
RHLIBVlNOINSBCT -
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HARMLESS a.t prograatlng for hundreds of from as far off as Atlanta Georgia,

I, BITBS for it was daring that period that enjoyed the "Queen" and her entourageat PhooePO

calites, possessing'a dil out'I the Palms. On Sunday night the performance .
:. You cant beat tiatrid fTttterii*'for rs- 5-1582
Having hinrilfOT jntsrt bite-or aaWainttattoai taste In better than average festive was duplicated for a far larger

f ., due to aaitrsalXaaU.tfisetto were able to hear the artistry: of ;! fathering In Daval Armory. All in all.it.vis 5-9267
; -.atbWla'.foot. eoe ,
1 s ;_' ., .or mfaet NII.Oet'I'6rlu'- Dl&ab Washington, supported by a most memorable sad happy weeksad -
:"' "'..1-, :/ .= or abad -75 rats to tbTBTTBft Bowea and, her trio, and the 'way on the Jaz eatertaiusent front I. D. HARRIS, RPH. PROP. "
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Ptfta Youth* Proj.cts Promote I Escambia Integration n Plan ; ...1



Awaits Court's Approval
WASHINGTON --- To help"

False their' vocational; I TALLAHASSE --In ications by Federal District Judge

bnpiratioris Negro youths "Harrold Car swell Aug. 17 that he woald.approve Escambl*

F in the'South may soon haveh L tl+ County school, board s School desegregation plan for'

opportunity to visit 3. I I next year's fall schools opening should it provide '

Negro businesses and I, certain safeguards for Negro pupils were, disclosed..
n1: l S' + Y
places where, Negroes are,
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Seeking redrawing of
engaged in various Joboccupations : them without racial
II' the school attendancearea
to considerations.The .
according
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lines on a non-
Delta Sign Th lo* Inc ,; r A R school board's plan
racial basis, attorneysfor
The South Atlantic Regionof would continue the

Delta. ,Signa, Theta has .1i :: :\ the National Association operation of a dual
'.' for the Advancement -
proposed a "no bile" clinic : '"} ,4. system for Negroes and
i ; of 'Colored'People
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so that upper-grade whites which, accordingto
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,. i1, ',', r asked the Judge to
school students ;
Negro high attorney Mobley
YJ" ,
order complete desegregation -
may tour industrial voters .. would "merely allow any
of the county
such as Atlanta, Birmingham, Negro who wants to brave
school system by this
Durham, and other areas to the storm' to apply
x fall.
participate in cultural for admission to a white
As yet, no formal rulingby
events.. The Clinic will school.,
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s. the Judge on the
make tours of Negro communities ,
S.. h NAACP's school plan has
tome. examples axons Cited
been made by the court,
of improved living condi- T4 .
although NAACP attorney
tions, tours of insurance
Constance Mobley of New
companies industrial
York opposed further .' ; ,
plants, banks, and'other
Negro businesses where delay on the school

Negroes have had to over t action.
-' unable io be hand for this year' s affair, Mrs Mobley has sub-
come barriers in order to ROYAL CARPET TREATMENT Although the Pittsburg Steelers were ; on

lucoeed. gathered at Lincoln Country and Golf ,Club Friday night, Aug. 25 to entertain mitted an alternateplan
throng of Jaxons ,. .,
members the Steelers Aug. ?8 to take effect this
It is believed that such of the St. Louis Cardinstls.pro-football team which engaged SaturdayAnight -
impresario> of the orig- fall underwhich school "
programing will encourage in Jax Charities' annual Gator Bowl pro contest. As usual. T-

Negro youth to better pre inator of the event-must one again be credited with having planned and completed another in his long attendance districts '
stows of the large number of guests and players would be 1
pare themselves for the reign of star-studded'successes. The abovewho scene, a portion. set up on a ': ,

the seventh annual get-to-gether.; non-racial (basis and
work they wish to perform attended .
,, (Florida Star Photo_ teachers assigned to .oS
after getting an education. .u. __. ___.__
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The South Atlantic Region -T UL !

has indicated that planningfor Sneezing Times Gftfs EducationBoard

such a clinic wouldbe
Here AgainThe Joseph EuGene Nelson, son
: done with M. T. Puryear, Position
of Mrs. Louise Baker Nelson,
sound of the
'Southern Regional Office, sneeze is being I '
heard in the land-it's. hay fever and the husband of the

National Urban League time again. YC f GREENSBORO, N. C.The former Hiss Rosemary
(The NUL is of the 1 Millions of %1.'?: *' I
1 one sufferers will be miff- president of A&T Colleg Elizabeth Griffin, was the
agencies with which DST ling and snorting until frost comes,
and for them it can't come too soon. I has been named a memberof recipient of over $4.500
cooperates on a national If you're one of the afflicted andaren't L ;; the Southern Regional. worth of scholarships to i

basis for public service. ) able to head for an area Education Board. -
blessed with a low pollen count, colleges and universities
Details will have to be there are some things you can do Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, throughtout the
worked out, according to to make yourself more comfortable.: t
who recently completed, throughout the country.
Delta, but there is gathering An obvious step check your Tp I his first year as president
These scholarships
, yard or nearby vacant lots for ragweed
t: support for the and take measures to get rid 'I' of A&T College, was) last included the following:
'mobile' Job opportunity of it. Repeated digging and cutting week *
appointed a -
may be necessary-In the yard; va representative $900.00 grant-ln-aid from
k clinic cant lots may be sprayed. of North Carolinato
Howard University, Washington -
FLORIDA StAR Other dusts can be a problem, the prominent educational -
too. Air purifier units can help. D. C. $ ;JOOOper
j And hay fever shots administeredby ; : % group. month work-aid from
IN EVERY
a physician. before the.season The appointment was made
starts and antihistamine drugs also i .r. Sanford Florida A & M University,
provide relief.fe r t 'T'f by Terry governor
COLORED HOME may Tallahassee, and a $250.00
y of North Carolina .
.I grant from Bethune-Cookaaa
Dr. Proctor also serveson
College, Daytona Beach.He .
the following national
was selected as the
'iF r: sL committees and commissionsfor
I1 person to receive one of
! Association of
: the two Duval High School
American Colleges, Commission -
CADETS Jackie L. Cannon, Pt. Pierce, Walter Markham, MiamiV and Kenneth. Rogers, on Liberal Memorial Scholarships

Winter Haven, form a victory pose with Lt. Col. Albert J. Parker professor of This scholarship had the
Education; Southern Regio-
military science, Florida A&M University, and beauties from Columbus, Ga. at the nal Council, Board; 1960 value of 270.00 per yearor

end of a summer camp dinner-dance held recently at the Modern's Club near Ft. White House Conference a total of $4,100 for

Benning, Ga. The cadets, all PAMU students, were chosen as outstanding cadets at on Children and Youth, four years. He receiveda

Company Guard Mount Ceremonies during the 1961 Ft. Banning Summer Camp. National Committee ; $500.00 scholarship from

Dr. Howard Thurman, and a
Sr _1_ Baptist World Alliance .
MAKES/Z0 SKIN BLEACHES S full tuition scholarshipfrom
Julian Powell Theology Commission and
"OLD FASHIONED"lighttns al tTy Syracuse University
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity,
in the amount of $1, 370
Tapped At Clark
National Achievement Com-
.>i for two years, and a work
mittee.

f +r' ae Julian Powell of 1022 Scriv 'S ;,, r scholarship.
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Street, Jacksonville, willb --

dirk spots e among Clark College L r i i's

t perfect powder upperclasenen serving as ""..... ,,="o' WHEN YOU ABE ILL \ '

base Freshmen Guides when the .i t (+ You Seek Tkt Beat DoctorWHea

Atlanta Institution begins tci' Your Doctor Ps..sir

Freshman. Orientation Week t. i.:. '" U'l Get Exp.ri &c d PliaemadW

? on September 11. : _':." rf '..-1"._-:'""!,\- To Fill YourAccording psKeY... .
'," t r ... d : To Yew D.Osdra. ../ '.
As a freshman guide, he ." tl
of Jar with the Star" t' w. T7s. Oily
Manufacturers Posntr's Btrgamof/The
will
help direct some 300 ,
-ac* x K --.x* ij E .r JI&aJWELCOME Tkf Beet Qruliiy Dnifi : Dr. C. E. Blatk
Incoming students through TO FAMU--Capt. Jesse Johnson ci bujuaic, \.i.t -' Proprietor

a week-long series of associate professor military science and' ROTC public

activities, designed, conferences -' information officer at Florida MM University, greets :3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO lEaVE YOULILLY'S .

A. t with faculty Sergeant Rodock Arnold of Rubonia, Fla., who was recently '

1 ::1 .l.y.- :_. advisors, social activities assigned to the ROTC staff of Florida A&M. Sgt. DRUG STORE

sightseeing, and registra Arnold was formerly an instructor of basic traineesat

tion. Freshmen will also Ft. Jackson, S.C. A recipient of the Bronze Star '1907 Kings Rotd. ELgta MCT

Ji. stage ''an 'all- resh.&n" Medal and Combat Infantryman's Badge, Sgt. Arnold has A COMPLETE LINE OFs'
'. ," Cotmtlio Bobbrr Oeedt
Caadlts, .__
talent ahow.Orientation. served three tours of overseas duty in Korea and one PRESCRIPTIONS>> CALLED -
FOB
'i. AMD DZLIVZHD
week will tour each in Iran, Japan and Hawaii. "
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ceremony in which freshmenare __ S
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addressed by Dr. James

"'..iJc p'. Brawley president of

.c' the college, and Inducted : 1

'. into the college family atthe S

I traditional candle S ,
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( lighting service in the SAVINGS .PLUS SAFETY! ::T : '
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I "i 4c 4 the wonderful feeling "Charter.
campus Quadrangle. : a securiryl'

,Classes begin at Clarkon You'll ft l.seeurt when you ride 1- a

September 20, and some a safe comfortable Jacksonville Coach. Coach
) 800 students are expectedto foryour
And there's a bonus in dollars, tool! r
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-:: the year.Playroom. See what you save by riding y Party!"
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m'( Milfon Gives Timely Advice Jax Athletic Great Joins Sues Team Philly Prospects-For '62


FAMU Grid Pilots' Staff For $250 G'sOAXIAND I ,

TA SKE--- former, Florida A&f University gridder .' ,
Calif --- it was
has been named an associate ,coach for the FAMU grid
recently, .learned.. that ..
staff, ,
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an announcement by Jake Oaither t : =
head coach a nd athletic director at Florida A M., :'[former' Washington U. 'HUSkies I .,.. '-,....'. r, x
star Luther' 'Hit
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Coach Gaither said Robert Run Carr is suing the :,1
__ Mungen of Jacksonville k"1and'Raiders for $250,0 )} .

former head football coach 0 0. plus back salary an

; of the Knoxville College med cal -e%pen s es. .

: Bulldogs, Knoxville, Tenn., ': :: X fa Carr, who ,had a trial with
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,17.7'; staff when the fall .football .i" and the Los Angeles .
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,Friday morning (September) hj r Raiders-charges the Raiders :.
Commenting on 'the appoint- b; and the team's physician i
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ment of the new coach, Dr. L. Kendall with failure I 4w
Coach Gaither said M to diagnose an injury which' y

c 1 feel that' Coach Hun gen reportedly cut his grid I .

will be a great asset to' __ career short. .,'.. :.

our staff; he was a great The halfback was hurt in i ./ r
1 r '. vat 9 athlete and a good student t f an exhibition game with the 4r L.l .. t
E while attending A&M. We Buffalo Bills on Aug. 24, :: _'_ .T"'I S., rr =- i: IHCHARZTHAtNCS. '

are happy to have himJoin 1960. Carr is now employed
nJ;, r.0 : lM our stat1. with an aircraft factory

: As a Rattler,, Coach Hun- 'in Seattle.fash. .

gen earned four letters in .

+s 4, r< r r7! football, from 1949 to Ring Scars Ouf, GOING PLACES --- Although the Philadelphia Phillies have

1953.* He was a Quarter- Says Cassius Clay/ little hope of battling their way out of the National
back, ,end on offense, and I League cellar this year it is expected that things may

halfback 'on defense'. He sonville and holds the brighten during the 1962 season if the performances of

1: *Fq I 2:"IoU'it'" .>..i,i was voted the outstanding academic rank of assistant their two International League prospects may be regarded

COMIC Milton Berle's pre-game advice to Los Angeles senior plcyer by his team professor of health and as a measuring stick. At present, outfielder Ted Savage

Dodgers' star shortstop Maury Wills really paid off. mates in 1953 and was a- physical education. of the Buffalo Bisons is the loop's number one 'Reekie

'c.Wills, in over 2, 000 trips to the plate had never hit a warded a trophy by the of the year" candidate with a current 327 average.

1 honer. However, after his heart to heart talk with the Jacksonville Boosters Club.. '. 'Sdfcfi' Savage up until last week had his 19 homers, drivenin
famed comedian Wills blasted the. first four master in his After receiving a' bachelor' Signs t ,4r 53 runs, and had connected for 147 hits un 419 trips

t major league career. of science degree in He graduated from Lincoln University (Mo..) where he
physical education from With PortlandNEW starred in baseball, football, basketball, and track.

A&M he joined the- .. Haines who has seen limited service with Des Moines of
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Bout Off I Ne'iiTennisQue.I-I I
Edward Waters coaching YORK -- Veteran 'the Three-I League, has hit safely 117 times in 335-

i staff in '53 and moved mound marvel ageless Le- r trips including seven homers and 52 runs driven in*
BRESCIA, Italy --- Soirees 'f C w
to Knoxville roy (Satchel) Paige was ,
College
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close to the negotiators head football coach in '54. signed for duty with 'the Big Guns Have Sports Chat 1
reported this week that the
I A.r He received the master of Portland Beavers of the '-
title bout between partial. ? J'r
Pacific Coast League last 'P"
science degree from Indiana
world j .. to
light heavyweight
i .>::' M w-e e If.Paige. Jl"V' I + + h',"
k t" during Abe ;: A I
University .
champ Archie Moore and .
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summer' 'i'f" 9'5'9'J: ; who once pitchedin ,... ,.. .,' ...
Sante Amontino have been ')', "
Coach Hungen served as' a the majors for the :,\I".t,:..) ,. :.,1.;y'"' :,.$'::, ,"jrl1
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off. \
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corporsl in the U. S. As- former St., Louis Browns CASSIUS CLAY : :.: ''f. :: J: r .
and the Cleveland Indians -
my from 1946 to 1949. ,
Royal CrownBottII'n9 M f |While in service he played has barnstormed with the LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Olympic t \, "

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and Softball.
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TALKING IT OVER --- Los Angeles Angels' power hitter
i 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD ,"., ." He is native, of Jack- four decades. wants to dethrone Floyd Steve Bilko and L. A. Lakers' basketball star Elgin<
: Patterson by the time
or, -, Baylor hold a long chat before the lakers dumped tho
FL 9.4488 'j '., '
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If.', (Clay ) is 21 and
jJ Radio All-Stars 8-0 in a recent game at Wrigley Field.
> Ji6t) UCLA's All-American/ ; NomineeUCLA upon later retirementfrom -. --..i>.-
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:, : ring wants to be
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__a. ': ;-," of ring scars.
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41-68-23 CARCLYN WILLIAMS of Portsmouth i": ,..o.Ra...':...!F(,...'". "," 'f' .: ; > : } .... ;I Clay, now 18, and unbeaten ,
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Va. climaxed a two t< t ; 'f. r c in eight pro fights, recent-,
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613-9-48 year march to the ranking ti}a.' ."4-':.4t'" ',:,'11 0 t. ly stated, "I have two kd { )::: ; Make your
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position among the nation's ":'..l'>1 :f, ,f;I' things in mind when I go !; Face Fe i
8 T : 5' women'.s tennis players at into a fight. I'm going in {Y L.

2 7 Hampton Institute recently 14t there to fight Just hard /, 4'p"\' COMFORTABLELOOK

1 6 when the sensational 17- F$: 'I t enough to win and I'm ?. 9 and f

year old high school senior going to keep from being GOODS
22- 7-19 captured the women's beaten and bloody.The {:: YHse

84-168-39 singles crown during the j youth's victims already : i ,
annual American Tennis includes Alex 1 1.r
s.N.Nraa he' up Association's national
Mitiff and Alonzo Johnsonbut
Sometimes hrt down .
He ..Ut, nbtrocta tourney. Miss Williams he expresses a great
H. works If all ero.aa outdid .the famed Althea desire -to meet No.3 heavyweight ,

i Gibson when she became the :: contender Eddi
:Coming Attractions I first female netter to win Machen and NBA Llghtbeavey

27-358-81 the junior and adult weight champ Harold Johnsonto SNA tI G 1 0 ,
\ I. titles in the same year. disprove some writers : ?

ft contentions that he has > If your druggist cannot supply you SHAVING POWDER*fc'6T ,
beaten only has beens." :SEND M for these MAGIC TEAM MATES P.O. Box 3457p Savannah.Oa.

y ;lr : : 'I'm Just like Sugar Ray ,- ---
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Clay said.
; 4 UCLA, the alma mater which produced such famed sports' "They (fans) used to boo

_ stars as Jackie Robinson, Rafer Johnson, Kenny Washington, him because he could fight YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER

George Brown Willie Naulls and others has three Negro without getting a scratch.

football vets returing. to the fold this season. Leading People' like to see a figh- KENTUCKY BOURBON !
_ the trio and slated for All-American ,recognition is key ter's eyes puffed up and

tailback Bobby Smith (left half). Kermit Alexander at blood roll. Well, that'

wingback (right half). and Almose Thompson, fullback, not for me."
round out the vet threesome.

..--- -- .., Juan Pizarro ,

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You Don't Hove to Go to Town to Get Comes Of Age .

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y r iC i; LOW PRICES foresight CHICAGO ---and Thanks coaching to the

TRAIN
t YOURSELF On Your ability of White manager
Al Lopez and 'pitchingcoach

1- For A Paying Profession DRUG STORE NEEDS hurler Ray Juan Berrea Pizarro, southpaw is

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f.;; finally cooing into his
.;, In 26 Weeks Trope With Your Neighborhood Drug ;Store own in the eaj ore.

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::Woman Are Excelling I* In Your Local' Papers attained than since he has his major ever 'I'J .
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0 0' WOOD'S IfflE Pizarro up until last ::--: .r "',
PHARMACY
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1H2 KIN0S lA MYKTU AViNUI I average of 10 batters_ in :

NOna R 14CT.fl his last three games. .
FLORIDA IARIER COLLEGE w. DtWrtf W. Ala m m fecton.fnxrlptMu L Lopez, a former major .

630 PAY, YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND 'TJL'E'HONE.f league .backstop and Berres, ., ..
Dovls at Peqy., 'St.
r BILLS AT OUR STORE :f thought that they saw a '- '. .
: weakness in Pizarro's de-:
,. 1EmGO.CTIaIIIT. .IOUUOI.-r,a Host cw wt 7iia8cow uiwitit.
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l Stork fbcffifdri C&opdAME r aASSIFIED'.SECTION 7' I

Chips The Blocks POLICE REPORTSPOLICE .Church's

W.ST, ONES
FOR SALE
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POLICE $ Deliveries Sunday Program W... vVn KSSJSK

JAY JAY ..MANRANBUD I Nice furnished rooms for 3-BedrooB Bo.... Modern-
The 44th anniversary of rent. and cold water
she *ad she cosin erlcL' I I: cia be speakini Doris Josephine Walker, 18 I" BIRTHS AT BBEWSTB Fountain Chapel ALB Church' kltch eHpri.. Prefer Sab-division. Close In.
She MBf ,
settle lady or man and wife No down payment. SON
of BO alle'other than the incosp cable "Dinah" the erat of 1710 pennis street.1 Sunday School will terminate Por Information apply at. .
last Monday duringan BIRTHS'AT BREWSTER HOSPITAL Sunday, Sept. 10 in 172B Onmthal St. REALTT--PO 5-1685
inile 4I, JMK of the HLOE.' IW out with two sterling injured ,
August 25-31 the church auditorium beginning
1961
with listed ,
week-ead and from all argument a man
Labor
over the Day
performance at 3 p.m. Some .FURIISIIBIOOI"S
of Richard Edwards, police -
.iadioati oma her fans enjoyed writhing. The meters aa of the leading pastors in
.to reported. Mr. & Mrs James Augusta 'BAIBZE WAXTEDArtfstSe Rooms by Day Might oVWeek.
'Star Production wish to us* this media express. the city and Sunday School
word for it, Miss Walker stated that 1041 Venus ft Mars ct.-Girl; A I7 BwberflM*. Bates $1.0J to .
their thinks to all ifao came: out.I Take_111 *! argtaent .: Mr. & Mrs. Forest Dlshaond, superintendents will appear Ill'West Asfeter tJraft. B. I f2.50.ptr aifbt. Single*
audience at the1 Armory hare at ; she had an with Edwards on the .
the Snaday night may. been .., 1531 Millers .Lane-Girl program.Rev. or Doable.-- JOHNNIE'S
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Caneige IlIar a similar place. Bren the tough'js'' from i concerning family af- Mr. ft Mrs. Joseph Williams Copeland pastor of 'ftOO ItO BOU8B..' 710* ftst _
AIm Church
fairs and Edwards becoringangry Holsey Chapel ,
up tow were well-groomed and cam out with guests' Dr. : picked her up, threw 3516 Fitzgerald St. .- Girl; superintendent and congregation bl11.scOOvi Ashlty. 1L 5-4O2. 1"\

Warren Schell and his party had (lilt of the most novel bar her.to the ground and drove: Mr. ft Mrs. Leroy Wilson, Rev. T.Olds, t t
set-nps we hare ever .'-'D. His table had everything in 2388 W. 1st. St. Boy; pastor of Second Bethel SDNDAT 1
STPAKlft
her mother
the other lid, of the hall Willie off 'carrying Baptist Church Mt. ?
the portable set up. At Mr. ft Mr. Perman Brooks, THRUSAT.HZJS :
'and Sue Foster. Edith! Taylor Manson Pelden Ralney and with him. The Tictimswas 1520 Ella Street -Boy Pleasant CUE Church's Rev.W. .
taken to Duval Medical Center ; Donalson. Rev. Jones of
NEW
party had a bow buffet spread. They had crerything. Mr. ft Mrs. Robert Lawhorne,
Banks
for treatment for bruises Midwy AXE, Rev. of
from caviar to borsch on the ,table. After the affair, 1618
Rutledge St.Boy
and possible' fractures ; St. Joseph CMS accompanied
Etf. Schell and his 'madam served breakfast for Hiss,D sad Mr. ft Mrs. Dennis Miller. by their congregations ECONOMY

her entourage...' Bmmett and 1T.1Jn'lalkdr, Priscilla and the report stated. 5527 Vernon Road Girl and superintendents 1e 1i 1t I
Patrolman R. W. Nicholson ; win be 01-
program part PAINtS
the Ruthledge. Pearson Dr. 0. W.
Raiford Brown : Mr. ft Mrs. Samuel Price pants. '
investigated.
tfolntosh, the A.1 Wises, Mrs. Helen Mack, ,Erie Alexander, 13024' Breve Drive Boy;
Jackson sad Mrs Aczie McFarlsad the E. 0. Sim Mrs. Austin is asking all HlfllUAL
Harold ,
Mr.
TREATED AND JAILED : ft Mrs. R. M. Saddler choir members of Fountain INTlRIORLATEX.
peens were amass the.local folk enjoying) breakfast with 12589 Mimosa Circle Girl; Chapel to please be at S249

the Schells. "faaiitub" King presided at the bar. 'Miss Mr. ft Mrs. Jessie White their posts and for all Wltlta a.d
James Wilson 37, of 533 W. ,
D. revealed a previously unknown talent when she played (Iva is husband name)' members and friends of the Petell...
the organ and s'as;. It we* a swinging time. Beaver Street wcut while I 7237 Fernandi Ave. church and Sunday Schoolto ,.
Amos 'Rubber1' Harris gays a birthday Part to end all he waIf[ engaged .in a fight a Boy; be present! and to bring IMPERIAL 69 t
about some money: last Satur- I Mr. ft Mrs Eugene Bryant their children. "Yourchildren MJTS1DE CO-HIT
parties The backyard of the Prank Bells' Magnolia Gardens S2
'1927 Lentle Rd. Boy; will have to be
' homes was decorated garden style. Teddy Washingto-: Ashley, Street, police repor- WHITE .:=
i Mr. .& Mrs. Richard. Black trained if they're to be a... j
and his boys made with the sounds from a bandstand witha te d.Wilson. tWl va ',
: the church of tomorrow. !
was taken to Dura! 4635 Moncrief Rd. Girl; ..... au... T. P... ...... 0fW u
pretty background. The mean included steaks and all Mr. & Mrs. Moses Bruce Mr. and Mrs. L. Hall and 1 -

types of, heard stuff. Amos really knows how to hare par Medical Center for treatment I 2640 Lantana Ave Boy; daughter, Miss ,Patricia STATE MINTS FAMOUS I" 1: ,,
ties. There were plenty of single pretty gals, too. It was reported that he received Hall have returned from an MC PFFti ON OTHER ?. .",
Mr. ft Mrs. Ben Jordan
inch cut extended vacation in the C-UAUTY fMNT& The nCaiot .
a three oa SEQUAI TO .x
Italian South
Some looked like pretty Japanese, Sea
1148 lD1s Road
.I Boy
; State of Alabama. They
the left side of his throat NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
Islanders and just about eterypretty thiag. Among the 1LOOS1vi
and Mr. &Mrs. Lester Nickerson,' reported having an enjoy- 1 RANDS .i.

out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bay Bradley and. but. refused treatment 1414 Causey Lane Boy; able time.Jobless Many q..rw .......... ....... sun. thru Tar e&
family, William Ererette and Charleae Harris all of Macon was released from the &ergency Mr.&Mrs. Ernest Richardson ; Families FlEE GALLON 2 Big Action Hits- ii

room. / ....,. .... "BREAKOUT" Jj
and
Georgia. They were also guests of Amos and his 1644 W. 21st. Street Boy; WIttI 0."'" "

sides at the Armory Sunday night to hear Dinah. .The party He left "the hospital bu Mr. & Mrs. Orian Rivers i! Gef U. S. Food from $5.98 to $8.98 "5 BOLD WOMEN" ii
arrested and returned -
lasted til dawn. was later NO LIMIT .M.Irr
.7222 Hamilton Circle-Girl;
to Duval Medical i MIAMI, -- Thanks to Uncle .
Harold Gibson and his madam -STATE PAINT-
new are visiting. Harold Mr. ft Mrs. Bohnny Brown, : Nite
driving Alfa-Romeo one of those snazzy little fast Center by police car. He was Sam and Dade County, over 6116
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Norwood
.. and in I r 2010 Moorehouse R. Girl; : 40,000 Jobless, needy Ave Audie Murphy In
Italian Our boy Robert Mungin is now am then treated placed POSSE PROM HELL'
sport Jobs. ;
'Mr. a. Mrs. Naamcn Lewis families, the majority of ,I '.4 blocks of
assistant at his alma mater, PAMD. Bob was formerly, Jail, police reported. ;' 1075 Franklin St. Girl; them Negroes, received GATEWAY .nortji andBLITZKREIG"
I SHOPPING;CETTTCR
Patrolmen II. L. Massey, W. .
surplus food supplies beg- ,
on the staff at Knoxrille College. Mr. .& Mrs. Ulysses Petty I Member FNB Charge Plan
H. Harris and DcL Sgts R. inning the first of last PO 5-2315 Win $140 Cash Mon.
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Special agents around the railroad yards and station
1482 W. Union Street Girl; ; Kite I
and J. L. Jordan week. t ..
are still playing crazy and beating heads in. That is T. Matthew Mr. & Mrs. John Glover, County Welfare Director ---- -

black e.dl.Ift1i.. week they jumped on a local letter investigated. 1115 Steele St. Boy; R. E. Nicholson estimated STARTS RITZ FIRST

carrier for no reason at all and whipped him, but good. I the present supplies will SUNDAY RUN

This sort of stuff has been going oa for some time and ,SLASHED MYSTERIOUSLY Racial Signs .: last two months or longer. YCINEMASCOI +y, r
and the local,officers support the feat Florida sawmill Nicholson pointed out that -if
town or Georgia farm around the Terminal sheg. White is A 41-year-old woman was 3!I the program is for Amer
mysteriously cat last Sunday Are Removed lean citizens
who are out
r.i ge t. CaD you imagiae a waitress telling a cnstpmer
while[ walking police records j; of work or whose heads of
that "we don't hare it so go somewhere else if yon families
indicated.Mrs. are out of work.
don't like our eeryice" I could, not beleire my ears MEMPHIS.Following an or- i Cuban refugees are treat- F
Hattie Mae James. of der by Federal ....
Judge Will-
so I just sat sad asked her to repeat.: She then informed ed by the Cuban Refugee Daleanfobertson

me that the supersisor told the manager and the maaager 228 North Street told police iam E. Miller, signs desig- : Center, he said. ? 'HIGH TERRACE1
she was on the sidewalk at. nating restrooms for white I .
told-them that if a customer wanted items they did not
State and Pearl when she I men and women were removed
hate let them Where
else.
go some So she did not sugarcoat ,
it one little bit but let me hare It. Maybe the passed several persons who last week in libraries. at

barmaid thought that she knew me well enough to tell me were fighting. She kept on Memphis and Shelby County. :

that but I did not appreciate it at' all. So I took m; walking but later noticed Previously, signs were 1

business to another place. When a business gets so big blood on her right' thigh. prominently: displayed directing -' t I&Bay

,that an attitude of the all concepts of. good business She received a cut on her Negroes to lavori -

*hare vanished. Someone who did not come to Jacksonville .thigh but she Said she had ties in the.basement which

with. the National Baptist Convention should remind some no idea when, where nor by I were also used by the janitors -

business people that Piggly Wiggly stores were rer*.very whom, she was cut. and other help.. ,"

bigger at one time.
.1 All Summer
Mae Prazler Bradley and her mother Louise Hudson were COMMKHOiAk WKDOINB ADVCMTIBINB ROME/

home from New York for a short! vacation. They made the !Mtrchadlte SCHOOL

round of all of the spots. While here friends had a

number of enjoyable affairs for them. DIO'CLARENCE. SUPPLIES

Its .a gal for Joe and Beulah Flanders. Beulah and the Ii ROYAL ART Now \ Price

baby are fine joe is still in orbit. He is expectedto TELEPHONE 4-184
Or Less
land around the middle of next week This is their .

first and natch its the finest baby ever bora. (Aren't
FlnafCtost-Cut FILLER PAPER
they all?)'b .... ft MOM( SIS DAVIS. STREETJACKSONVILLE.
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Politiolsfis-To Armsl. Go look after you/ children. There PkA., 300 count package, punched -

is nothing,wrong* with using the churches as auxiliary GIRLS'! GYM SUITS to fit 5 2 holes and

classrooms, but at least wait until they are completed. 3 ring

Two' of them are in such stages that a kid may injure himself NOW'S' THE TIME TO ORDER 100% blnden. 66e

at anytime: (to and.... for yourselves. Do you dear Size 10'/x'
C POClhofttll.rlqumAlathracltCOb I 8. Wide;
0 A L. SANFORIZED
wise political boys know that new white schools are built ruled with margins.

with state funds and open eT'1'11ear. la are told that fall CITT.Wlh. DIUVIRY.f I COTTON .

we only get new schools when "Bond issues are flo- .' LL SEASONS ICE I fiDEL DO 1 .j. CHILDREN'S COTTONS Cuff Let
teoVAfter they are "floated" it takes eternity to III NORWOOD AVL PHONI PO 4-4511
PANTY Sizes 2 to 81
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to get any of the promised goodies. Of course we understand BRIEFS

that one or two projects were DOt bond issue projects -8

and no visible progress has been made. in that. di- 4tiflw''W : 4- '/ ) 100 % Cotton

rection. (
The 'Local catholic Diocese has opened a new school oa ,

West 13th Street. The building is a beautiful 'modernistic 'W WW W
l'Sfor.
structure 'flue school will take the place of St. Pius. .

Carolyn Charles is Baking preparations to join hubby
FULLY DUBBED
Ed. Ed has just about completed his most successfulyear "
CATFISH Uai with Vaebant. caIe .Iaw .....
in organised baseball. He hit the ball hard for bish pp,1...kH tea .... ... $1.00
Vancouver in a AAA loop this summer and had all in all .

'a banner year. FLORIDA LOISTERS u. ...

To all Yankee ,fans I throw in the towel.' Yon win. ,POMPANO c..nut'i B"l.k' $IOVnR

My Detroit Tigers had no business ia fast compaay anyway. ..u. .

Elmo Davis and Oriel McCurdy can tell me I told you ,
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so" and I*. 11 keep my cotton-picking mouth aha Imported at greet

Every 'goodlye e ain* t gone. If you don't believe me ask .expense for the kolld&yt. .facial I moaner&CuttAg. BOYS' GYM SHORTS

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the mail clerk who+ thought that his school teacher' wife MtDIUMMULLET styles

had caught the ... Re and his paramour almost did some u. Jtc Sizes 6 to8

cutting and it _' t mustard being cut. SANFORIZED COTTONS

Al Praxler, former A sad M All -American and running u. Ie ,j A /
0 Colors
mate of WilllrGallimore of Chicago Bear fame la getting L1.u' 1 Dc STORE HOURS Popular

another try in the play-for-pay-ramks. Praaier Is NFFJU'FISIvfWVn lie
riW AMtIIuI_ChI M *lxes 24 to 32
playing with DemYer of the New Amerieam Football Comfereaoe. J\i. IJ.w .... laO #
sons _
In last ,week t game against Dallas. Prasier HI In Wt u.Ie
from 7 yards out tad the ottersTD use AflMMtf '
scored two tallie fee g': 3et *. a. -to' 5:30 p.B.
came alter a sprint, of 71 yard He was cm the rIG ..

Ting ead of serials both times. The local boy bas UKUMMaSvHVRNIW &L Ie _M s&tlPfJ. u. 4c > ; 0 sfouraftt Opt!)

scored: ia all of the team, s games tan, far FlUB fA. !IeLaJ .1I : A.B. tfil 9 p. ..

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