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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 16, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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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 16, 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:
UF00028362:00425

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Preceded by:
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L, were responsible or prepetrated the alleged wonder ''if they carry out their non-mixing policy tb .:

M SJr opt' of Berrier1 s'"' is the'-statlient' issued to acts of violence which resulted in the arrest) and ,the extent of separating their white patrons' dollars

I e?!.o .Jaxons,.this week. '-, *.*' '', : '{:*& ? ,.senten iBc- of embers. of tjie group. from their colored patrons' dollars.

It is the admonition to- Negro citizens -not to During 'the?,middlenof August.-Berrier's carried a sign i e" wonder if this objection to working with, colored
\! patronize' either of the Berries' Ice Cream 'establishat in its window advertising H waitress but when people is the thinking of Berrier's white employees -

6. Hogan and First streets or at 217 West 8th 'Nefero girls applied for the job. they were told the or purely that of Mr. Berrier. because we can

( position was for, "white" When a Youth Council not see what sort of distorted reasoning would

'ason for this call to Negroes to unite in an committee called on Berrier asking him to hire a cause a white female who waits on colored customersas

Sut boycott against the Berrier Ice Cream Negro waitress he is reported" to have told them a servant to object to working alongside a colored

'd d as Ishments is ,to drive home the point that Negro that he. would not 'mix'his help, adding that he fellow worker.In .

f;{ bs will not spend their money with firms that, a nd the workers would not 'stand for it. ", any case we must let Berriers know in no uncertain -

O JH refuse' to employ colored citizens. from whom The Berrier job discrimination policy (practiced by terms that if they cannot hire a Negro they

W4r :erive their latgest: profits. several other establishments in Florida) poses a must be prepared to get along without J 'Negro

w i (Berrier, president of the firm admitted that challenge to Negroes. Is the Negro going to continue dollars' From here on in our dollars must be

o .. t his customers were Negroes, last Tuesday spending his money with, firms that refuse to give Double Duty Dollars' Buy only where we can, get Jobs

CD > and was granted a temporary injunction which employment.. or ife he going to unite in a com-

PHH Una the NAACP Youth Council from picketingigan ,.". mon effort wo withhold his patronage from those who (See another editorial on page 2.NAACP )

H street establishment. -would only take his money but deny him employment

03-, .>03cJ .;.1. A. Stanly granted the temporary injunction opportunities and equal treatment ? .
o ofc ? grounds that the picketing was .accompanied Negroes can no longer support businessmen who take '* '* ..

> C.QiHH ,oledce. Testimony, however failed to" show colored patrons' money and then hypocritically say -

a H C co OJ (any of the picketers br Youth Council. members- they will not-.-t-Jmixl' their help. .It makes us


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, t! Vol.i2-No.24l Ia.. NiW' Saturday September 16, 1961-' Jacksonville 9>la. :: ,IS c. t.Jaxu'nShol'By .iowerySTILL

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; DIM Boycott Action Is Effective' 'Mte Orlando SundayIn

Norman Carson, 21, who A spokesman for the Jax NAACP Youth Council stated

was shot by an off-duty Friday that he believes this week's court action by a ORLANDO -- The first

policeman last April 26, local concern to halt picketing by the group is part general ,meeting of the t _
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died at about 9:20 al of, a statewide plan to stem future like proceedings. Florida Voters' League
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ml Tuesday in a local since its election of a
According to local youth council spokesman '
The youth n
hospital, police reported. new slate of officers for t
council members, the pic- stated that ,in order.
Detective Capt. R. B. the biennial term, will be
keting action against the the temporary
'to offset
Whittington of police held here Sunday, ,Isadore L
Berrier Ice Cream Co. came picketing Injunction, a
homicide said no charges Singleton, state president,
had been placed against about after' the company, :Selective.,,Buying,.campaign ... anomced.---; ... -_"> ,
.,,had posted, signs in its .' '
Patrolman Q. R. Bradley ; ; Against 8 err er. s isjiow The first session will
window announcing :openings being conducted.A .
who reportedly shot Carson. take place promptly at 10
for two waitresses It.. decision a permanent
However, 'hitt nlt n said a.m. at Ebeneezer Methodist
further revealed that
was injunction by the company
that he and Rt.hermicide Church, Singleton_ stated.,
when colored applicants made at future
will be a
officers wouid confer with He went on to say that one
applied for the jobs, they hearing'' to be held before --- -
State Atty|t &jptu& A. were told that the vacancies Circuit Judge Prank H. issue for discussion, will STILL COMING IN --- The above photo taken Thursday night at the Florida Star showsa
be the' formulation of the
rd'tf'tfrding
Hallowes ."the.- referred to whites only. Elmore. portion of the huge contribution of clothing and food which humanitarian Jaxons
Statewide voter- registration -
case. said the The matter was broughtto The youth council representative's campaign.He ''have sent in to five destitute families who lost everything they owned during "a s
Whittington the attention of the Eastside tenement fire last week. An immediate appeal was made by the Florida Star,
occurred last observation was also added that this
incident youth council and they sent ,and assistance is still being rendered. Eric 0. Simpson. Star publishereditor.right .
of a plea by
on the outgrowth will be an opportunity for
10:30
at
April p.m. two young ladies with ( ). and news editor A. E. (Al) Wise check contributions. Next week the star
Berrier Ice
St. near Beaver the J. R. the Congressional district '
Jefferson college backgrounds to will carry feature story on the method of distribution and will publish names of
where Bradley told him he Cream Company' plea in vice presidents and officerto
apply for the Jobs. They 'all contributors and cash donors.
saw Carson fire two shotsat Circuit Court this week. meet with members of the
also allegedly given
of were seeking to enjoin the State executive board.
one of a group the same reception by the Jax Families
,Negroes in/the 600 Block, Berrier management. ; youth group from picketing For the convenience ofl State NAACP PrexyTo Specie
: the concern. those planning on arrivingin
lest St.
of Ashley
said to* During a meeting. with During the hearing before Orlando on' 'Saturday, Aid Destitute SundaySpacious
The. group were., BerVier's management, the, Af Mass Meeting
have fled when Bradley Circuit Court judge Sept. 16 the Orlando )
council later disclosedthat fir.
who was off-duty at the William A. Stanly last Chapter of the Voters' Victims
despite pleas to the Paul AME Church's auditorium is expected
St.
time--approached them Tuesday, the court agreed League has recommendedthe Since last SaturdayAug. -
company to hire Negroes in to hold overflow attendance here Sunday
Bradley in searching the to order the" oath councilto Sadler., Hotel. 9Jax has demon- an

area. apprehended Carson on capacities other than hoot, its picketing' under .,. *. strated that its has a afternoon when dynamic, Rev. A. Leon Lowery, Florida
a menial jobs, they were injunction. president of NAACP Branches, spearheads a gigantic
a temporary
heart, far of
out
Jefferson a few minutes rebuffed No"Jobs r No Trade propor-
flatly ; '
'" public mass meeting as principal speaker. The program
tion than what the
,later and attempt to take sponsorof
-I' ,gets underway promptly at 4 p.m.
him into custody, fhitting- a humanitarian plan
ton added. had ever dreamed.In I There are no admission
charges for Sunday's event Water Rates
the
Carson broke free and was Saturday Sept.
said to have turned on 9th issue of the Florida and the sponsors urge the
of all membersof I Airing Is Set
Bradley. Bradley, believing Star, a picture showingtwo attendance.
a shiny object in'carson's of five families who local families interested An important meeting

hand to be a weapon pulled were fire victims recently in the Race's future pro- relative to the water
his service revolver and 'k ti. .31 ku were shown on the Star's ,press rates controversy in the

shot once, the bullet front page, and an appealwas I The nationally known Magnolia and Ribaultareas
striking Carson in his it t C rs made briefly, con- Tampa religious leader will be held Friday

right an and then entering ILk ( cisely, asking that our whose life's course has night at 7:30 p.m. in

his chest, the report readers aid these destitute been dedicated to first St. Paul Lutheran Church
stated. folk with food, class citizenship and a 'on Edgewood Avenue it has

The bright object, clothing, and cash if democratia way of life been announced.

according to Whittington, P / possible. for minority groups has,
later proved to be a box Since last Saturday during the past several

'opener--a type of knife with morning, the Star's phones years been one of ,la' NAACP Leaden

t razor blade attachmentIt have been constantly foremost leaders in all Sfate Meeting

was later recovered at ringing. People have phases of civil rights

the scene.The .I answering our appeal, and actions. Hen SaturdayNAACP
gun with which to date we still have He comes to Jax as no
leaders
representing
Bradley was supposed to have numerous calls to aakeain stranger since he has branches from throughout

seen Carson fire, has not order tb pick up clothing, been a principal factor the State will hold a

been found.- There has food, furniture and 'in way similar, programs strategx meeting here

also been no witnesses to appliances. .under,sponsorship. of the Saturday beginning at
the incident. Carson had -1 ,9 ABBBTBADOBD Next week, ve plan to ma' NAACP. His local & +;nain* in St. Stephen
been hospitalized up until ---- This week, officials and members of the Jam NAACP and Wrath council the psaei of all tae dosori' tsaes are legion. Alp 11 a.m.Church, Fifth and Davis

the time of his death. were, sopoensed to Circuit court by Berrier's Ice Cress Co. and war e teD ora* 'you k4nd'.donors: may we streets.

.. rily restrained free fortheM picketing- the concern. The original boycott action also aid our most huBble-- ,.. ". The sessions will also be
USE: tOOl against Berriers was taken because the coapany-despitethe fact that the greater 1h1Bk rail i to all .bona:-fide

-Double' Duty Dollars majority of its business comes froa Negroes---has steadfastly_ ,refused, to hire open members of'thtorganlration.

< .No Jobs, No Trade experience,colored persosnel. A selective Boring csapalfa is now being against Use ''Double Duty Do liars' For Progress. / ': '
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PLCRlhA STAR ._
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I THE FLORIDA: STAR I. y h ,.. 1'UllTI5AS'IJSUAL;

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Published by'The Florid Star publishing Co. Ii I '
v "Msmbif of Assoclitid Negro Prw" l, Commendation for management and labororpaozattons
n 4 h rri ( which have established

: HUC O.w SIMMON....:.................,.................?....Men..nl. Salter ,provisions I for equal opportunity I I in
:f AIYSON I. WISI,.......;.....!........?.................s..N.......News WHor I their apprenticeship and
Ir.It training programs -
1' HILDA WOOTIN................ .... .,..................Circulation, Manager r was .expressed today by a sub-
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MAIN OWCI A PLANTi Committee
:on Equal I Employment I Opportunity.
2323 MeneHef Reed..................................:..Fhene ilsjln 4-6782 '. ;y;'7 The
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t 1 palling Attrettt Improvement, apprenticeship _

Ii I .P. 0, lex.361, Jitbanvillt 1, Florida .. '. .. 'and training of which AFL- f

SUMCRIPTIQN RATES & ..... CIO President George' Meany

Ont' Year, awtfjHtlf Ym, 13.00 ...,. i ia : Is chairman also commendedthe
U.S.
Malted To You Anywhere In The United States I Department of Labor
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"tubfcrlptlon Payable In Advance Send Cheek or Money Order To for Its recent directive
FLORIDA tTAR-P. O.lox JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ..'j... !that 'equal I employment opportunity

J "L. .. provisions be written .
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR :; rI ; into the standards of apSIMPSON

I 1. City' end' County Civil Service Jobs I r prentlceship and training for all I programs -
.
2. NlgfO'RoCld Patrolmen in which
the
I } ; department part
,. 3. Negro Firemen ,. "..",', cipates.
4. More Negro Polk Officers. -- r, \ Employer and union groups which have

; 3. Mon Squad Cars for Negro Policemen ,.;. ; not yet Incorporated equal opportunity
1 provisions I (in apprenticeship standardswere

I Double' Duty Dollars Aid e Vrd4 ii a mittee.urged to do so by the sub-com-

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Employment. Equal Treatment L+r "' } Members of the sub-committee In addition -

\- : '" I to Mr. Meany are Rabbi Jacob
Weinstein of Chicago and Howard Woods ,
For at least five years prior to the 'formation publisher of the St. Louis 'Argus.

of the NAACP Council in Jacksonville, the FLORIDA : The sub-committee aiso '
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a ** m T1 ** ***-* -" commended ina
STAR has been waging a virtual one man campaign report to the full I committee that
urging Negro citizens to spend their money where appropriate
apprenticeship -
agencies
only with firms from which they derive fair employment -' ENFORCEMENT; OF THE .LAW OP THE' LAND, WILL END.HIS SWAY assign full-time personnel to

patrons. opportunities and equal treatment. as -- '- working in the field of equal employ-

ment .
opportunity.In
Thus, when the Youth
Council embarked upon ananimated
campaign to secure the right to use aft : Your Weekly addition the sub-committee urged

facilities in. department and variety stores, the that young minority group workers
FLORIDA STAR gave Its full support and will con- .J Horoscope Guide qualify themselves to pass the exacting -

tinue to give its support to the Youth Council : entrance examinations for apprenticeship -
in its so that more wlll I I be able to
effort
to get Negroes to withhold their ARE '
WHICH
YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
: .enter and complete
patronage from establishments and firms that apprentice trainingprograms.
refuse to give Negroes employment.When BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL '
,
consider Mr. Meany also emphasized the importance -
we that Negroes in Duval County, .
Dade, Hillsboro, ,Pinellas and Volusia spend Iy PABLO, The ASTROLOGER :i of insuring equal opportunity ,

millions of dollars in neighborhood and downtown regardless of race creed color or

store andplaace this, thought against 'the fact. ABIES The 30th is a good day for tion recom ended. Your national origin in retraining programs -.
that thousands of Negro young men and women Sort:March >21 through April 23 .finances. ambition is activated on being undertaken to alleviatethe

throughout Florida are denied even proportionate The Full Moon (24th) is the 30th. unemployment situation in- many

employment, it behoves every. Negro motherfather not likely to make your 'j 5-80-22-1545-582 areas and to train the employed work-

uncle, aunt, brother and sister to cease trading' task easier, seeing that 6-70-33-16-64-673 ers for advancement.

with firms that, deny Negroes the right to work. other powerful and aggra- qraoo : "In today's economy equal job opportunities -

Too long have Negroes sat idly without exerting -ating aspects are stillin There are additional disturbing CAPRICORN cannot be achieved without

any effort to secure employment in the places or the process of formation.You aspects 'to cope an equal I chance to I learn the job ,'"

with the firms that reap heavy profits from our may consider yourself with, from the 24th thru Your first tendency, when :.. Mr. Meany explained.I I "At a time i when
hard earned dollars. Lack employment opportunities Lucky when you have and 27th. The Vlrgoans who are i you discover yourself ina 'many industries and areas are suffering

and job training are two of the factors : extraordinary friend who convinced that they have af serious predicament. I from acute, unemployment .the retraining -
y responsible for much of the Juvenile delinquency knowns Just when to show up guardian.angel to look could be to take even of displaced workers should I

3 i crime, .and hasty young marriages resulting in to extricate you out of after them, in times of rasher steps to restorethe receive special emphasis. Every effort

broken homes in our communities.It your difficulties. stress, should have .excellent balance. Do nothing should be made to assure that membersof

is time that Negroes start making their dol- opportunities to prove that could incur official minority groups who tend to suffer

lars work for them. Let our dollars be 'Double 5-60-11-19-39-581 the point, on the 25th and displeasure and retaliatory most acutely from large-scale layoffshave

Duty Dollars' .by that we mean dollars that 'TAUBIS. 29th. measurers (24th and full I access to and take full I advantage -

will serve a .don le duty. dollars that will buy Make certain that new jobs, 27th) Opportunities of retraining I I opportunities I
goods as well as.demand equal employment and fai .are at least as good, as the 1-90-33-18-21-193 have a way of following as well as apprenticeship and skill
treatment.We ,one leaving before LXBBA improvement "
you propose In the footsteps of trou- programs.
cannot be satisfied t It is hard to' know which
with token Jobs or pit- you take the irrevocable ble, as you may be well
'
tance gifts. The token way to turn when the emotion
Jobs are those one-of- ; step. Your instincts, aware, and this may be Just
a-kind Jobs that some firms making hundreds of and the force of circumstances are driving you hither and the time to give this State
thousands annually] give to one Negro and shout. will provide the clue thither. The time may have theory another trial. NAACP Organizations
'look we have a Negro employed." that should lead you straight .come_when. you would be doiVg .
'
*; Solidify your future intentions
Let us not be fooled, either, by the pittance to the' results you seek, Justice to yourself, on the. 30th. Attack Bias In Guard'-CDAn

gift which firms give in the form of a five or on the 25th and 29th. ana to others involved in
ten dollars 'ad' in your church' e anniversary your affairs, to turn your.. 3-10-22-17-38-312 official of the Florida National Guard has Issued
program.. The business man gives those 9-20-68-11-47-926 problems over to a friend a statement In which It Is set forth that the "Guar d

complimentary1( church ads to k-eep the Neg- GSflNI (25th and 29th) While AQUARIUS as a "State organization made up of volunteers.has

ro obligated and in the position of beggars.If You are not out of danger, you are at it, it may be. always drawn Its membership from the white ablebodled

Negroes are given good paying Jobs, they wou and should continue to gua- beneficial for you to con Don't place yourself in citizens the st te."
ld not have to beg for "maney to keep up their rd your vital and materials suit your own conscience, an embarrassing positionby "As a state organization..11 he continues, "sufflcle

churches. asset with all the resource. and to follow any suggestions clinging to views or white volunteers have joined the Florida National Guard

It would appear too that firms which really wan fulness'at your command. It it may offer (30th). beliefs that cannot hold to meet all' ,afloted unit strength requirements;" thus

Negro business should make it known by advertising would be helpful to have anally water. It would be almost eliminating the necessity 'for enlisting Negroes.

their goods in the Negro press. As, it or 1 wed one nearby,to 7-30-55-12-32-735 a stroke of genius As citizens of Florida, and with a membership that
stands now many Negroes are-reluctant to trade whom you can turn for comfort to select the 25th and i numbers many who have served In the armed forces.of our

in certain establishments whose policies they and support when you feel 29th for consultations country, the Florida: State Conference of Branches, NAALP ,

are in doubt of. Therefore, it is quite possible yourself weakening. You SOOBPIO with associates or people considers this policy of rank racial discrimination In

that the Youth C.ouLcil might find it necessary may close deal having to \ ; who can advise you In a the Florida Guard, as being against the best Interestof
to publish in' the FLORIDA STAR a list of firms do with family or residentail Other powerful elementsmay professional capacity.You the State of Florida and the t tloo.

with whom trading is undesireable. matters on the 30th. be trying to gain your may reach a rather The NAACP has been I aware of this discriminatory policy

Meantime we urge our readers to let their attention, but they are important conclusion in for a long time. We/ consider it a denial I of a constitu
dollars be 'Double Duty Dollars' and patronize 1-40-55-12-78-267 not likely to be any bet: this respect in the P.M. tional right when able bodied citizens are prevented

FLORIDA STAR advertisers. OANOB ter than those yon have of the 30th. fran serving in the military forces because of color.

RESEARCH I Don't be deluded, by t appearances had to confront duringthe This statement only indicates the need for revamping
PROVES as the possibilities preceding quarter. Be 8-50-88-15-47-858 guard units so that citizens can receive adequate training

SEAT of estrangements and... absolutely non-committal. .1 not based on a quota system or an emergency which
BELT VALUESeat domestic and difficulties,, I. If, as a result, someone men .necessitates hurried enlistments often resulting In poor

have Increased, rather than1! wishes to take offense, Instead of easing the
belts otherwise; You. may then it mty be unfortunate but ; training.
can lave lives Robert strains
; caused
A.
says by
Director Automotive Crash Injury Research Wolfs of 'rely on chance to furnish unavoidable. It will enhance judgement, the one, poor that =I i Failure to accept Negroes In the National Guard is in

Cornell University.{ At the June 27 press conference 'the elements that will aid your hopes in these made''the previous Quarter far opinion, just as discriminatory as failure to accept-
he stated: you In adding to )"Our earn respects, to form a new such a Negro children In non-segregated schools. Both are a
trying ,
', 'income, but be careful alliance, to one you waste'of potential man power which (Is essential to the
Since 1957 we have made several studies of about or make the risk augmenting thee this
ration ,in time of
the.effectiveness of belts on thousands of 'revealing your tacticsto existing one evea firmer. week. You may change all emergency.
persons
CIVIL I DEFENSE IN FLORIDA
involved in automobile accidents. Even though people who stay try to SEGREGATED
,
our that and
out witha
come
results, in measuring the degree of ofiectiveaett, teal a march, on JOU.WOJTJl.H 2-38-$ -14-n.238," "'t11 -" Unlike the Guard which has no Negroes, Civil Defense
profit, if
soaewhat from you. concentrate conducted: on a racially segregated basis. In
vary study to study, the tread is r" Hlllsborough
always the seme- at belts work. They are ant -.' Violeet "'4':'11." -. on the ideas and I during.- drill, areas were set up as shelters I for "Na-
effective means of lives reetipss oa year opportunities that shouldbe groes11 and "Milts."
saving and reducing injury."Qiir I+1N Atom and Hydrogen bombs know ,no
part art only apt to' present on the 25th
latest J and ,most reliable study shows that' If you have made op yoeertointhiag plieate matters and com-ac- and 29th. Show yoar race.. Civilian ,Defense should be conducted for the good

'major-tc-ftul1 grades of injury are reduced. ,about. .i"> that e lily yoar losses. Leave appreciation late. on ,the of all citlztns. In the event of attack, time, not race
35"by Wllrinc lap t'pe.1Iftty btks.,..nil... art so, it- aEay be. almost' your friends alone .3 tJ1. will dstsralns wherein individual seeks protection.
I that if all pamnfer can on the road w re..v.." impossible for aayoBS to they tees to be & ibis For thsss reasons, the NAACP Is. petitioning the Gavsr-:
with *t fottt two seat belts and were, used IItM up ants, nor of Florida to cortalder
convince you otherwise. a change in the policy of
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tiat, *ta 7,700 .tf the 40,000 lives lost,t to automobtic tad refuse to, have any 4-90-H-13-56-491.. .
'Metteots each year couW be sated Those to woe ,yea pay bf fiineial dealings with the National Guard with regard to Negro enlistments and

F lore inclined ,fy hies ., item. for soy reason whato the ending of discrimination in Civil I Defense. ._.,
"P1.melrtber this Je'an
Weal JOiI. OtwiCMIIfy II m.r be Jilt else oat The Association
motorists hive not bought and \ /poeverlive your letwit.ion MTMNIZI shall also bring to the attention of
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MIriIII stat are sepia tks-ir 9m selfish
aa wertwlty to propsr federal Agencies the announced statement con-
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"or 1M oin aN tquJpptd wiUa bake So y M sec lrrw let a* important. message 1. .IINdI.a qsming; Guard Units In as an Inducement toward
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"-Social 1 Group_ Climaxes-- ,_Summer. ,Activities _1 1l I I Brewster Club I Stork.Deliveries


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Meets Sunday
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'.;- :., ,. with -. -.- .. 1 President J. Earl Morse, .
.), if of the Brewster Men's
_. t .LOUISE-G. GUINYARD ; .f1," ,> BIRTHS AT 'BREWS ER
; ._. Club, Inc.., is issuinga
<: I ,: call to all membersto Mr. and Mrs. Horace
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..oC, t Wright, 1660 Dot St. ,
The current lull in social activities is, we hope, k. meet at, 7:45 a.m. Sunday '

the calm before the storm (NOT Carla) of bridge, whist, -I.: .. : .. ;Ir't' ; >P yj in a special meetingto Girl.Mr. and Mrs. Howard

and other social clubsjtht will Win meeting regularly ; r transact urgent Simmons, 931 Wara St. ,
t.t
the iatierpart of this month.! they duplicate fl. t a e business. Girl.Mr. .

Carla' activity, we will have quite an interesting tt\ Plans must be formu- and Mrs. Monroe
. Gist, 3231 Brasque St. ,
column this season. ; ." lated for' taking part
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Bo y .
Miss Paulette Marie Owens, talented dar* ter of Mr. in the Community Chest
t r : -
;{ t t-l f Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
of '2124 Fairfax tU et, is off f -4 .. .
and Mrs. .PauX-L. Owens .. \ parade. The men will Durham, 1317 W. 14th St. ,

to-- Faust Grove' Oregon- where she will attend Pacific \ '. .. also discuss ,the National Girl.Mr. \

UniversitY. '. ,Hospital Association and Mrs. Henry

Miss Opens is the recipientof meeting to beheld in Edwards Box 424 ,
Baldwin, Pla. Girl.
the coveted Ashley B. Carter New York and other
Mr. and'Mrs. Thomas
Memorial Scholarship AWard s- matters of equal im- Jefferson, 2955 W. 45th

given annually 1 by the / ....i... portance. St. Girl.
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National, Alliance of Postal President Morse Mr. and Mrs. Henry

Employees.. announces the illness McLaurin, 1818 W. 4th

........ of Mrs. C. A, Willis, St., Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. William
the wife A. Willis
of C. .
-- Anthony 1990 Park St. ,
Members of the ''National Alliance'' of Postal Employees POST LABOR DAY EYENTa --- Members of the Ypfilanti Social and Savings Club along with treasurer of the Men'sClub Girl.

will meet at 8:00 p.m. Saturday at Wilder Recreation large attendance of guests, climaxed their summer's activities with a festive, Mr. and Mrs. McGrady

Center. As a program feature, a tape recording of patio-post Labor Day party last Saturday night on the spacious lawn at the r esid- Bronner, 98 MargaretSt.

Postmaster General j. Edward Day's and Assistant Past- ;eats of Mrs. Louise Wash, 1434 W. Ninth St. The evening was enJoyably. spent with Boy.

master Mur,ay's addresses to this year's National the playing games, the serving of sumptuous buffet luncheon. and a pleasant social Mr. and Mrs. James

Convention held in Detroit wlll be played. ,interlude of comaraderie among members and guests. 'Wedding Bells Bivens Boy. 1034 Davis.St. ,

Local NAPE members and the ladies auxiliary to the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

organization have sponsored many interesting social (.Royal- Art Studio. Photo ) APPLICATIONS FOR Flanders, 6168 SpireaSt.

Events in the past and have plans for an interesting .I MARRIAGE LICENSES ., Girl.

calendar during the current fiscal year. Mr. and .Mrs. Leroy
Join
Central's Choir Engaged Corvairs Wilver Johnson, 2830 Venue 2022 CommonwealthGirl.
St., 37 and Phyllis T. Baker 1829 Scott
Arletha Rd., 28. .
Sets MusicaleThe
Clubs' RosterRecently Fred Sanders, 1127 Watchung Mr. and Mrs. Freddie

Ave., Plainfield, N J., 56 and Es- Buckner 7230 Rhode
Mr. Harold Holiday of ,New York City spent several Celestial Choir of organized here sic M. Trumpler, 1127 Watchung Island Drive, Girl.Lilac .

days in the city recently visiting, his slater, Mrs. in the communi- Ave., Plainfield, N J., 44.
Central CME Church will -to serve
4 Herbert R. Fox, 6337 SundownDr.
Cleo of Moncrief Road. He was entertained witha _
Berry
present musical Sunday,%' ty's social-civic affairs, ., 20 and Eva A. Paramore,7000 ,:Ladies
beach party and a dinner party held in the Summitt its North Main, 19."
Sept. 24 at 7 ,p.m. in the the Corvairs Club held .
Street home of George Lee Smith. church auditorium. first meeting in the home Oscar L. Gilbert, 3122 Haines Slate Sunday TeaA
St. 20 and Barbara J. Walker
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of Mrs. Lee Anna Green,:
'. I Choral-director Ernest 3426 Plato St.16. .

Mrs. Beatrice Easton of 3641, Ardisia Road is recuper-. Wyatt who is also band ::1.. 1030 West 25th St. Chas. L. Harrison, 707 W. 4th St., Fall Tea will be sponsored -
director at James Weldon Elected to officers'posts 25 and Shirley A. Love, 1357
''atlng at home after being confined to a local hospital. Sunday from 4-6 p.m.
were: Mrs. Lee Anna Francis St., 18.
Johnson school has been
the Lilac Ladies in the
by
Green, president; Johnny Wilburn H Fouche, 3535. Walton -
hard at work in order to
Lane, 22 and Yvonne W, home of Mr. and Mrs.
make this one of the out- Ransom vice president; Rutherford, 2815 W. EdgewoodAve. William G. Ford, 2819
Miss Catherine Salmon sec- 20.Prince. "
Our recent absence from the city prevented, an earlier standing events of the North Myrtle Avenue. The
mention fall cultural ,season. retary; Mrs. Gwendolyn E. Butler, Jr. 727
of Kappa Alpha Pal1 Fraternity NUPTIALS PLANNED---. Spear- club having the largest
Washington, treasurer; and ing St., 32 and Ella M Young-
Among those appearing on
mention of Kappa Alpha Pal Fraternity's Golden Anniversary representation present
and Mrs. Perry Joseph William Green, business blood, 721 E. 4th St., 20.
Conclave an Grand Homecoming held during the the program will be; Twiggs of 1573 W. 34th Emanuel Richardson, 823 East will be awarded a prize,

month of August in Bloomington, Indiana. The lovely Willie Walker violin St. announced the engagement manager. Union St., 57 and Bertha John Mrs. Lillie Anderson

Indiana University campus provided an appropriate, solo; Richard Hadley, and forthcoming Membership includes: Mrs. son, 823 E. Union St, 57. financial secretary, stated.
) piano selections. Vocal marriage of their daugh- Ada Hall, Mrs. Dorothy M.
setting for the memorable. event. ,
I selections will be renderedby ter, Geneva Twiggs to. McMiller, Miss Grace E. .. -a.
Calvin Smith, son of -- -.. ..
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Jpnes Clarence Hall """"' :"= '!
: Rev. D. W. Bass, pas-
Mrs. Florine Smith of
tor; Mrs. Eunice Coker, James McMiller Ronald
Jacksonville. The wed-
:-Mrs. Juanita Wyatt ding will be solemnized Washington, Willie Wash-, is
Outstanding activities during the five-day meet included .
,.,
ington, Charles Williamsand :, a z
resident; Mrs. Etta S. Monday Oct. 23 at
the dedication of The Elder Watson Diggs Memorial .
7:30 p.m. in Mt. Moriah Willie Hall.Tuesday.
Brooks will offer a Y
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commemorating the founders of Kappa Alpha Psi
Baptist Church 1953 W.
Fraternity in 1911; the Golden. Anniversary Banquet at musical-reading and Mrs. Ninth St.

which Grand Polemarch C. Roger Wilson of Chicago, Ill. Margaret Bass will accompany (Avery Studio Photo) Meet

was the principal speaker; the Undergraduate Luncheon the Celestial :

which was addressed by 'Dr. Robert H. Shaffer. Dean of Choir at the organ. ScheduledScouts ForGirl

Men at Indiana University; the appearance of .Miss Lois Citywide organizationsand

Towles; concert pianist model, fashion designer, uni- the general public are Spring Hill f

versity professor and painter in recital and fashion cordially invited.Jimmy'L. Will" Observ All Girl Brownie Scoutsof fc.

review; and, the Grand Ball which featured the renowned Troop 261 and 293 ofSt. :

Duke Ellington and his great band. PerryRepresents Women's DayWomen's Paul AME Church are c.iw&J _
Local Kappas attending the Golden Anniversary Conclave -
I asked to meet next Tues -
and Homecoming celebration included John T. I StarIn fday f at 4 p.m. at the church.

Floyd Polemarch of the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter ; I GainesvilleJimmy Day will be The girls who are desir- 1

Pelton Brown, Vice Polemarch; Kiptus Green, pean of i! observed Sunday at ous of marching in the Her mother or her sister?

Pledges; and, James Corbett, a member of Delta Psi Spring Hill Baptist Community Chest paradeare
Church 19th and Buckman BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKINQ HAIR COLOR
Chapter, located on .the campus of Edward Waters College. asked to come pre-
Returning from the conclave, we find Kappas in this Lee Perry, who has Streets. Guest Superin-
to receive instruc -
tendent will be Mrs. EmmaM. pared Whether you want the excitement of a different
area planning to lend a big boost to social life in been the Florida Star Merchant. The lesson tions on Wednesday Sept. 27. hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or '

Jacksonville during the spring' when they will be host representative for the will be reviewed by Mrs. All new Girl and Brownie gray hair .insist on the long-lasting haircolor "'
Gainesville area during in the famous red package-Godefroy's
to the Southern Regional Conference. Sorry we are Emma D. Melton. Scouts are asked to attend
Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete in
minus details--however, we assume that the date will the past two months Mrs. Connie Witherspoon the meeting and Register.Mrs. one package-there's nothing else to buy.
stated this week that he Foote will be the
coincide with the annual Black and White Ball. Irene A. Baggs, .
wishes to thank his speaker at the morning
.' many customers who helped worship hour. The Female leader, is looking forward yl7<< t a.z?f 18 COLORS LOVELYt
Chorus 'will furnish the to a large attendance. *'
him increase the news LARIEUSMJ
paper's circulation in music, with Mrs. Marie Allen Youth Qed.froy Mfg.Company.351O O.llv St.St.Lowle.Mo.
In this connection, and in the interest of routine Thomas and Mrs. Rosa L.

.activities of the grQUP The Silhouette club held its that city. Boykins serving as gut;

initial meeting for the year recently at the Lincoln Mr. Perry-also stated soloists. I Groups oSUnday
,that people wish in I', to musical program will
Ann
Club.
'Golf and Country Mrs. McIntoshMrs.
place advertising or news be rendered at the evening Meet
Josephine Jefferson, and Mrs. Altar Langley were
with
Star .. service many lOreaiei4ziljo
items in the may. .
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hostesses for the occasion. Mrs.Ndrma R. White, well known persons ap- *
contact him by calling An official call meetingis
president, presided over the business session. Mrs. pe ar ing.
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3126050. issued to all Allen -
Hadassah Bullard, Mrs. Betty Howard, Mrs. Delores .1.1y being Q2etfr/

Mitchell, and Mrs. Gloria Parsons were among members Christian Endeavor _
officers and Youth, Leaders
present. L.
of the Jacksonville area

': by the Episcopal president [ill THE WORLD'S MOST <-

; k of Leagues of the eleventh I ri MAGNIFICENT BOURBON __
district of the A.M.E. .
wo -
Willie P. Cannon, jr., a former Jacksonville residentwho Church. The Conference

is now living'in Miami, was in the city recentlyto president and four dis- .nw. .
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visit, his mother, Mrs. Janie F. Cannon ,of 1431 West trict presidents are expected F

21st Street. to be present! .

; Organization and promotionof

plans for our Jacksonville

WHEN. YOU A1X ILL- :: area* outh Program ofF

Ye* S.ek 7k Beet >>1.11 will be discussed. Pastors

Wktm 'Yew Better ," 11 and other persons interests

(W z.r"'IR"i :r!' in the Christian Endeavor:
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ToTOl Yew PzI'IJC are invited to
T. 'Yew I''' program '
.A.1\ attend. The meeting will
Uet> OaljTh "
I Bert:Owttr Drafi. JU Dr. c... Hattie be held in New Hope A.M.E. .F FFo
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September 17 at I >
Sunday
3 i uauTzaiD raAiMACUTs laW YOVIMY'S RETURN N TO CLASSSB .-. The socially prominent daughters 3:90 D. B.Episcopal. !!LQJW3L

of Mrs. Elizabeth Simons of Gainesville Mrs!. Ida president

DRUCsroRE: Donald ,and Miss Lillie Simmons, have returned to' Alexander Cottrell is 'expected -

Tallahassee to resume their courses of study at Florida to give important
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1_ x..... ....' e kI4Ia AIM University. Mrs. Donald, a senior majoring in observation from his II
A COM LTTZ LIW.OPi ,
education Is president of Delta Sigma Tbeta state
business the
J' visits over
...Aft_ a.-. ,-l tel I W' ,
t7OIU CALLXD 70ft AX9, ,Sorority. Hiss Simmons, now in her second year ,. daring the past twelve 101"E1&Ol0" S1ihl16Ri r 'Moof OLD HlOO YDanuU$ OPUu

p .is majoring in eie&eBtary education. months.
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Z/on Hop.'.1.ChoirSchidubs Pentacstal Church Of FirstBorn Committee Heads Plan Women's Day Event j jf" District- 20 Laura St rut


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1 The Male Chorus of Zion No. 2 I..' .. r' a Has Annual' PresbyterianChurch


celebrates Hope Baptist its 11th Church anni-. Sunday School gins : V Fete Sunday I Notes :
s1 J 10 a.m. with Mrs Ruth' -
celebrates its 11th anniversary sills, superintendent, in BY L. N.. PEARSON SR.
Oct. 30 at 8 p.m. AT M T. ARAFAT
charge. 12 o'clock noon Sunday School begins r
in the church auditorium. .worship will start with a re
Mrs. Mary A. Palmer will 9:30 a.m. with T. V. Hug
Mrs. Emma B. Johnson and Deacon Oscar Gates conducting es
testimonials and be the main speaker when superintendent, in charge
Deacon V. G. Byrd are It
chairman and devotions. Sermon by an : :- District 20 of Mt.' Ararat We are asking all of th

program appointee.At Baptist Church celebratesits Sunday School staff to co
director, respectively, ,. V.tt.p; 1ka4
3 p.m. dedication
13 anniversary Sunday operate by being on tin adt
for the event. services will
be held
beginning at 3:30 o'clockin so as not to retard ser
Program principals are: with the sermon to be delivered 33JRepsi
the church main au- vices.
Rev. $. Andrews of Allen by Evangelist
ditorium.. Rev. Franklin D. Wilson,
N. J. Evasty. Various 'ke
Chapel AWE: Church, the D. -
pastors and their congregations Serving on tEe program pastor. is preaching "
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and B. Singers of St. e
will be Deacon Perman series of j.
have been ; sermons now to 1
Augustine, under the invited to this event. Williams; invocation Dea- tie in with the Communicant

direction of Matthew McCoy, education building Thomas
con Shepard; intro- Class topics. He was
the Male Choruses of Mt. has been extended to the 4L.L- duction of mistress of brought the following

,Ararat and Emanuel Baptist present building. Dinners ,
churches will be served tollowlni'the ceremonies, Mrs. Sarah messages: Sunday, Sept. 3,
respectively.
services. i _.._ _.__ _.. : Graham by Mrrs. Dora Black; "The Great Imitation; "
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Mrs. Thonesine Wilson of ,
At 8:30 p.m. the YoungPepples' the annual welcome address, Mrs. Lula Sept. 10, "Who Then is
St. ANNUAL .WOMEN'S DAY LEADERS --- A daylong program of events will feature
John Baptist Church Hour will be in ,Hicks; response, Miss Wil- '
Methodist Church Jesus? On Sept. 17,
will be Women's Day observance scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 24 at Simpson ,
guest soloist, C. session with Miss lie Mae Walthur solo Mrs.
P. ,Johnson will Kings Rtarad and Cleveland St. Committee leaders who plan on making this yeafspro'cram ; at the 11 a.m. services
be master Phylis Jones, presiding.The Elizabeth
the outstanding the event seated from left Hall; reading his sermon topic will be.
of ceremonies and guests Pastor's Aid Club most in the history of are, :

organists will be meets at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Edith Dowdell, secretary; Miss Joan Frazier, co-chairman; Mrs. Blondell Mathews, Mi s s Alice Yarbor. 'Christ The Peacemaker.'

Davis Sammy Mrs. W. W.' Grant, 'presi- chairman; Mrs. Theresa Aaron, treasurer, and Mrs. A.- 0. Burns, program chairman. Selection, the Holmes We are asking all Communi-

Arthur ,Goodman Cecil Fisher and dent, presiding. An interesting Standing from left: Mrs. CoraJames, Mrs. Vernell Glover Mrs. Eula Walker, Mrs. Trio; reading, Mrs. Helen cant Class members to be

organists. program is' Rosalee Shannon, Mrs. Johnnie Preston, Mrsl Rosa Walker and Miss Dorothy Lang. Jackson; solo, Mrs. Janie .present during this ser-
Usher boards 2 and 3 of promised. '.. Evans; piano selection, .v ice.. The Senior Choir
Mt. Ararat, Miss Detra Evening services begin
Miss Betty Wilson; intro- will
( Royal Art Studio Photo ) serve for the rites
Belcher, Mt. -Canaan's at 8 p.m.. with the deacons -
duction of speaker Mrs. with C. E. Simmons jr. at
male chorus Choirs supervising testi- '
1,2, monials and devotions. Schedules Daisy B. Kelsey; solo, the org an. Choir members,

and of the church, Sermon by the pastor's Simpson'sWomen's Organ-Piano Mrs. Mary A. Palmer; introduction are requested to be present

Lit 13 Rock's Choirs. 1,2-' appointee. The Junior Men's Day _0 f officers and and robed by 10:50 o'clock.On .
and and the choruses Choir will furnish the Day I
Recital Set members Deacon M. T. Wednesday evening the
of music.' Group SelectedAnnual
Stephens Mt. 22thThe Brown; remarks of appreciation I Communicant Class will be
Sinai, Mt. Olive and Mt. Our church is locatedat For Oct. i
Paul Miss Marguerite held in connection
For St. with
Bethel Baptist churches 1631 W. 23rd Street women's bay will
between Grunthal and be observed at Simpson Dennis, president; remarks prayer service. Devotions
respectively. men of Mt. Zion Deacon M. T. Brown losing will be
Pearce Streets. Methodist Church Sept. 24 ; held from.7:30
Hostesses will be Mrs. \ southside met recently to with activities for the SUNDAY NIGHT remarks, Rev. D. J. Graham, until 7:45 p.m. under Rev.

Lucille Bell and Miss form their organizationfor day begiIinfngJrth-: Wilson's
direction.The .
pastor.
Board Slates the annual Men's Day The Trustee and Steward
Maxine Adkins. The King Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Senior Choir
Boards of St Paul AME will re-
which has been
observance
with Mrs. -Erma
of the Baety
Male Choruses' Names Women's'Day
Church will hearse Friday night and
set for October 22. present
serving as guest superin-
contest between Pernelland Spiritual Tea. William H. Taylor was tendent and Mrs Doris Misses Roberta Bacon and will also hold its monthly
CommitteesRev.
Hawk will b'e terminated.Leon chosen as chairman and Grant Cynthia King Beverly Boston in an meeting.

Bland and Mrs. Hazell Usher Board 1 of Alve Jenkins as cochairman Hadossah Bullard, .Jessie organ and piano recitalat D. W. Bass, pastorof i

Gross will have charge Abyssinia Baptist Church ; Windsor Anthony. : Tossie, Jimmie L. Smith, 8 p.m. Sunday Sept. Central CME Church met Chrfstain Aid's:

of the offertory.torstears. will sponsor a spiritualtea secretary, Daniel Wright Miss Lois Folson and Miss 17 ; in the auditoriumof recently with a group of

Sunday at 3:30 p.m. treasurer; Horace Adams Ida Fleming- teachers and the church. women of the church for Anniversarystore.

in the home of Mrs. program chairman; Nero Mrs. Frances Walden will The two talented musicians the purpose of organizing' 18Rev.

Set Alberta McCloud, 1805 Merritt publicity chair- review the lesson. are members of for the annual Women's Day .
; McMillian Street. A man and Melvin Anderson St. Paul AME Church and J
Mrs. Eva, B Parks of. the observance which is sched-
Annual EventThe chairman. are students at New H. N. ,Carson will be
program will be presentedfor beautification Woman's Division of Chris- uled for October 15.
the occasion. Captains are the Rev. Service of the Methodist Stanton Senior High The officers are: Mrs. the principal_ speaker when

Versiteer Gospel District 6 will observe' Eathaniel McCray. Clifford'Johnson Church will be the morning School. Miss Cassandra Mary L. Dennis chairman the Christian Aid Societyof

Singers will observe their its homecoming day pro- Jackson Graham, speaker. Music will be Neal daughter of Rev. .Mrs. Vetrice W. Williams, Varicks Chapel AME
'l.
anniversary September 17, gram Sunday at 3 p.m. in Daniel Wright, Roosevelt furnished by the female and Mrs. W. C. Neal will too-chairman; Mrs. Frankie I Zion Church, 9th St. and

in the Mt. Ararat Baptist the church auditorium. Madisdn, Victor Fields chorus Grant Memorial serve as guest soloist. I k. Handy secretary; Mrs.
Ave. celebratesits
Church annex. Some of the city's best Nero Merritt James Paulin Trio and Mrs. Virginia Miss Boston is the I Charlotte Simmons, finance Myrtle ,

Th3 Six, Trumpets of Miami talented personalitieswill Horace Adams Edward Cameron will be guest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. chairman; Mrs. Essie 43rd anniversary Monday

will be featured guests appear on the pro- Brooks Windsor Anthony. soloist. W. Boston, of 1496 W. Simmons, program chairman, night, Sept. 18 in the

contesting the Sons of gram. Columbus Smith will The chairman of the Others to appear are: 9th Street and Miss Baconis Mrs. Juan Wyatt publicity church auditorium 'at 8 o'

Jubilee of Jacksonville. A be featured, on the organ program committee has Mrs. Mary Cowser, Mrs. the daughter of Mr. chairman Mrs. Margaret J. clock. rProgram
highlight of the announced that and Mrs. Robert Bacon, of
programs.are
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presentation Thelma Ray. Mrs. Emma :
will
Bass, music; Mrs. Clemen participants
1470 W. 11th
Street.
will be the Rooster being arranged for i
Miss
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organ Wilhelmeriia
Mt." Tara s The members and tine Brown ads and sponsors include : Deacon M. T.
Hen and biddies. each service. White Mrs. Rebecca Samuel many
friends of St. Paul Mrs. Peggie Norman Brown Miss Willie Mae
Appearing on the program Choir 1 In Mrs. Hazel Howard. Mrs. are
ushers Mrs. Eliza Hall. .
;
will be the Golden Jubilee West Union Johnnie Cow-art. Mrs. extended a cordial invitation Wa.lthur, introduction of
decoration chairman.
Singers, Gospel Crusaders, Sept. 18 Recital Marion Morse. Btshpp large numbers to turn to witness out in The officers met with mistress of ceremonies;

Heavenly Fire Gospel Sing- Plans Joint'Anniversaries Latonia Alexander, Mrs. the recital by the their committees and form- Mrs. Lola B. Walker; wel-
ers Sunny Rose Gospel Choir 1 of .Mt. Ararat I Henrietta Kinnon. Mrs. musicians. young ulated plans to make thisa .come address, Mrs. Tressie

Singers, Holy Light Sing- Baptist Church will be Pearl Mackey'will preside.A banner year at Simpsonon Jefferson; response Miss
ers and the McCall Gospel sponsored by Choir 4 of musical program will be
Women's Day.
Inez Miles; solo, Mrs.
Singers. .Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. presented during the eve-
Hostesses will serve for in a musical recital -Sept. Joint anniversaries will ning hour of worship with Elnora McBride; reading

the occasion.S.fhl.hem'. 18 at 8 p.m. in the Audit- be observed Sept. 24 at the followingpersons "Sit-Upon" Handy Mrs. Lula Hicks.
West Union Baptist Church New Fashion AccessoryLooking
torium of the churclj. appearing. : Mrs. Ivory Reading.'Mrs. G. W. Croc-
for Districts 1, 2, 3, 6,
The choir will feature for HikersYour for and different
Smith Mrs. a new kett; history Mrs. Bessi
8 and 19 at 3 p.m. in the Gladys Johnson fashion ?
spirituals and semi- auditorium of the church.. Mrs. Lorraine Stewart accessory Ingram; memorial to deceased -,
Is classics, alongwith a Girl Scout daughter can Here's an idea-just substitutenew led
medley of hymns. A program will be presented Mrs. Mary Mitchell. Mrs. have her own light weight "rit- flare-red facial tissues for the members, by

Sunday Program for the occasion. Annie C. Jones Mrs. upon" for use on hikes and field white ones you usually carry in Deacon W. L. Brlghtmond,
Choir Q is under the
District 11 meets Sundayat trips this falLIt's your purse or handbag for quick solo
vice ,
president
Elnora Clipper Mrs. Eula ;
direction of Mrs. EarthaJ. from home.
h Announced touch-ups away
3 p.m.' in the home of Walker. Mrs. Carrie B. and to make Charles Wilbur; introduction -
Harper. Serving with easy inexpensive .
Red, of tomte, is a dramatic
Mrs. Ethel Wilson, 31st at home. You need '
her will be Mrs. X. Mitchell Larkins Mrs. Myrtis one such absorbent padding color and tone that'com lemenu of officers and
Sunday services at I who, will serve as Street and Myrtle Avenue. Shoots and Mrs.Mattie paper as newspaper towels; Marvalon adhesive cottonor wardrobe shade-pink, black 1 white 'members. Deacon Thomas
Bethlehem Baptist Church The Pulpit Aid Board
Blount. Mrs. Rosa Lee and one-half of neutrals or wood tones.
organist. covering; one yards
will begin with the Trustee Board and District Shepard, president; pre-
Shannon will preside.The cotton tape for a belt; about six Whether you use flare-red tissuesin
Sunday School at 9:.30 Covering 5 will meet Sunday female ushers of vards of heavy knitting yam, ifyou'd your home, or u an away-from- sentations, remarks by the
a.m. with Deacon E. after morning worship. Siopsfcn will serve at each like to trim the sit-upon; home accessory, they're sure to attract president and closing remarks -
Simulates Headboard scissors and a ruler. attention and be a fashionable
Sawyer in charge. bedsin service. Miss Dorothy Lang conversation piece. by the pastor.
Headboards for Hollywood
Morning worship will will serve as the organist
daughter's sons room can Mrs.
a or Alston
begin at 11 o'clock, BTU -- --
and
be simulated easily with adhesive : Mrs. Idella Kfrbywill. '
will be held at 5:30 p.m. covering. Heads serve as pianist '111'I '

and evening worship is With a ruler, determine the size ProgramMrs. lU
at 7 o'clock. The McCall of the oblong pieces you'll need for now it's Pepsifor

Gospel Singers will be each bed. Cut Marvalon adhesive Lillian Alston Men's Day
covering: to size, peel off the backing
presented in a recital. sheet and apply the covering to chairman of the Women's those who think
The Junior choir and the wall at the head of each bed. Day drive of New Bethel Sept. 24th At young
Usher Board 3 will serve : You can use left-over covering to AME Church has announced
at each service. Pulpit apply the initials of your )youngsterto events leading to the I it; tCl Today we're onthego as never More. We lead the full life.

services will be conducted propriate.the "headboard.cutout designs." or to And apply when ap annual observance.up Grace BaptistThe ., This is the life for Pepsi-light, tracing, clean-tasting

by Rev. H. Webber, you board"rearrange is easily the removed room, the from lead-the A woman's day tea will be I Itlllllimmnillllll Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, pleaserMPSICOLA

acting pastor. wall. ,held Sept.17 at.the church. Men of Grace Baptist
Youth day will be held Church will observe their

Sept. 24 at 11 a.m. Mrs. annual Men's Day Sept. !24,

L.B. Hall and Mrs. B.W. beginning with the.Sunday t

FREE! FREE! FREE Ziegler are chairman and School. r, ? ..

,co-chairman respectively.The The men have chosen as
male chorus will give their officers James Lee Aa

Pick UD JLDftfiVfcjy Strvfc recital at the night ser- Hodge, general chairman; :

vice. September 24. Deacon M.C. Way, cochairman : j c

FOR ; J. W. Anderson,

ALL JOUR DRUGSTORE. NEED Taylor Fora* program committee; AndrewA. .
Robinson, finance
May; "F
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CALL chairman; Ernest -Walthour. T.r '

decorations; Robert Lee '
CITY Mo.--- Jackson, music committee; ''x! s" ij -f I ; J

MerVori's Pharmacy There's a possibilitythat Thomas Lee Jackson, court- "k'1--J : .

the National esy committee; David r ..'

oim w. oE"yi o o l ve. Baptist "Convention, USA Anderson, tag 'committee :o ; !:...
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. ) Job Registrations,State Employment Offices Are Told I





U'Rki.rs'Fif.\ NAACP Tells, JFK i___-Exchange- ..- "- -- !uJ.nts'nvade-- A&T* College. I Miami Interracial Group


:-\ Suit In He Can End Bips Seeks Savings-loan Permit


r
IASHINOTON.President
{
AlabamaI Kennedy has been asked to BETTER DEAL FOR NEGROES .
/
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take 'executive action to
Ala.A
,
end federally-supported MIAMI --- Aimed primarily at securing a better deal
aimed
[(federal. court suit and other
segregation
for Negroes seeking loans for construction purchaseor
_ !Sit knocking down racial forms of racial discrimi-
of homes and opening new
j'ptrrlers; in Montgomery'sbus nation in areas where it repair and modernizing

', stations is scheduled was pointed out that a avenues of employment in banking and mortgage

.for hearing this week. word ,from him is all that financing fields, a local interracial group is applying

\) The complaint filed" by.a. is considered necessary.The rJ for a charter for a savings and loan association here.

group of'' 'freedom riders' proposals were pre- r /
t I is the outgrowth of racial sented in a 60-page report Negro members of the

violence which exploded submitted by Roy Wilkins. rs > =- t group are: Dr. E. A. ward U. S. Negroes

IT I here last May: executive secretary, of the retired druggist: Mrs.

_\ Among those asking for National Association Fort Dana Dorsey Chapman pre- Snubbed FidelDIDN'T

the antisegregation order t Advancement of Colored sident of the Dor-Cha

People and Arnold Aaronson 'DIG' FIDEL
are four widely-known
Corporation which owas and
white professors from Yale director of the National manages the late D. A. Dor
_ Community> Delations
and
Wesleyan.
sey estate and Garth C.
Besides asking for an Advisory Council. WASHINGTON -- A staff
Reeves managing editor of
injunction to prohibit Wilkins acting as chair- report from the Senate

E any form of racial separation man of the ,Leadership the Miami Times. Internal Security Committee -

in bus. terminals- .. Council on Civil Rights White members of the'' last week revealed
and Aaronson as his chief
the suit, also seeks to ._... ...... group are: Atty. John B. that Cuban Premier Fidel
aide pointed out that the -- '; 'd.-W-J:" ::";' 'P' .:: "" --: ;-
prevent city county and Orr Jr.. prominent liberal
J President by a sweeping "A group of young women from four new independent nations arrived last week to begin Castor's planned to I 'sub
state authorities from who fame in the
J 'arresting harassing executive order could studies at A&T College this fall. They are from left to right: Malissa McCauley, gained vert the American Negro
Florida Legislature; Frank
J intimidating threatening wipe out many of the Liberia; Hilda Tamakloe, Ghana; Freda Urasa Tanganyika, ; Mrs Lotitia Robertson, against his own governmenthas

S and coercing' bus t'iders.I racial injustices now Jamaica; Judith Juman, Tanganyika; Mrs Frances Abraham Jamaica; Louise Fanuel Buchanan Insurance coun- failed. "
/... hidden in various fields selor; real estate broker;
I' financed and controlled. Tanganyika; Mrs. Enid Lawrence Jamaica; Mary Mackeja, Tanganyika; Miss Myrtle Smith, Nathan Ratner: Irving Kip- The report accused Castro .

I Jobless Families by federal 'agencies.Hotel T .iiisTEructor I in home economics at A&T and echnical advisor to the group and Mrs. nls, investment broker: of having devised a deliberate -

Henna Aris, Jamaica.. The young women ame here under a contract between the plot to exploit

ef U.' S. Food Workers institution and the International Cooperati Administration. Washington. D. C. ,_ Lyle contractor Roberts whose, building wife is racial problems in this

., country to win the supportof
MIAMI.-- Thanks to Uncle
chairman of the Dade
Sam and Dade ,County over Must Have Cards Underwriters' American Negroes.
School Board and StuartL.
40.000 Jobless needy Officer's Fidel had the reported
Event
GestureLONDON ABOUT PEOPLEFriends Simon attorney.A .
families the majority of
MIAMI. This city pre- support of the 'Fair Play
them Negroes, received pared last week to requireits r Here Sunday hearing relative to for"Cuba Committee." and
surplus food supplies beg- of accounts of
,and associatesare insurance
thousands of employeesin --- Boring promoter the Communist Party it wa
inning the ''first of last the" hotel industry to Harry Levene urged to visit Rev.*, Installation of offIcersof the association by the learned.

week. and riUrs. W. L. James of the Duval County Life and Loan
Federal Savings
with the
policeand
register stated recently he would
0. EastlandD.
laude senator James
County Welfare Director 310 Street who are Underwriters' Associationw
be fingerprinted. Corporation has been set
R. E. Nicholson estimatedthe offer World's lightweight both ill at heir home. be held Sunday begInning ( -Miss: ) in making pub-

present supplies will 1 worker The law in will.affect the hotel motel every champion Joe They ares members of at 7:30 p.m. In for Nov. 14 at the Federal lic the document said

last two months or longer. 'I apartment house lodging Brown $50,000 to meetBrittaln's Fountain Chapel AME St. Thomas Baptist Church Home Loan Bank Board in prominent Negroes' rejected -

Dave Charn- Church and EvangelistJames 15th and Moncrief Road. Washington. D. C.South' .
.". house and trailer camp. Castro's proposal
Passed on first readingat .ley for the third time is a member of The public is invited. Farm Jobs when they saw that his
Stewardess Board 1.
f the Miami City Comm- on Oct. 17. policies were hostile to
SCOOP ission meeting the Shows Increase
the U. S. government.
measure will require all Gf InsuranceReopen Sfafe To Get \
WASHINGTON--The farm work force
L Mrs. Douglas
NEWECONOMY workers in the industry to In the South during the surrey .

carry identification cards Heads Fountain's Bill To Private College week of July 23-28 is estimatedat
.
for which they11 be 3.657,000, an increase of 1GOODY'S'

charged.a-12.00' fee. omens' EventMrs. WASHINGTON- .--- For the r INTERRACIAL SET UP 137 OdO over a year y ago reports SAY

Final passage of the law sixth I the U. S. Department of
time the Senate
PAINTS which is similar to one in I Agriculture.The .
has voted MIAMI -- Florida will
.effect on Miami Beach to reopen Increase In the South is
IMHXiALINTttlOt since 1936. is expected in B. Douglas, who has National Service Life get a new liberal arts said to be due to a combination Ii,

.. two weeks. been selected as chairman Insurance for World War 11. college--the first in the of favorable weather and the
mounting demands
of the different .
LAm 249 Penalties for failure to .of Fountain, Chapel AME and Korean War veteranswho Southeast since 1900--when crops especially tobacco. AND SAVEGoody's

.l comply will range as highas Church's annual Women's- failed to take it out New college begins its Increases in employment also
P.tek and 60 days in occurred in .
..... $500.00 or let their, pdlicies classes in 1964 at Sara- California Oregon -0'1 11
Jail. Day observance which is and Washington. There was a _
IMHftULOUTSIDE lapse sota without regard to the :-...
slated for the fourth decline in all other regions.The '
$ \ This time, the Senate racial or religious back- total U. S.farm work force Sunday: In .October., is re n..MoJy
added a provision to the ground of its students.New during the survey week was ,, '
:
WHITE 2OfH... questing that all captains ... ,
8435.000 compared to 8,418,000 :
... I >
.
will be
High Post For meet with, her every Tuesday bill carrying two additional College which a year ago. '< '

f at the church"\ beginningat types of veteran named after a college of Total crop acreage to be har-
Nt tuk M* Te rr.i *
Graduates benefits, and sent is being vested this year is estimated
FAMlf 7 p.m. until the annual Oxford University, -
STATf TAINTS FAMOUS at 295 million acres--8.5 per-
it back to the House for organized by a private
FKEE OFFER ON OTHER event terminates. l cent less than in 1960. Cotton
conference. with assistance from acreage to be harvested is set
PUAUTY PAINTS EQUAL 10 All men of the church are group
at 15,652.000. acres--two per-
DALLAS.-- The new Items are: an CongregationalChristian
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Along with urged to support the the
cent more than last .1eal'a.
POWDERS
school integration another $88-million annual increase IJEADACHI
RANDS various captains seeking, churches. However machines will prob-

.a", I'aMMt I' rm t ...... important breakthrough their cooperation for theWomen'fe in compensationfor The campus will Include ably harvest more than half I 2 POWDERS 5. 12 POWDERS 25$

FREE GALLON took place here Day celebration.Other two million service part of the estate of the the cotton crop.
with ww.r O.lt** ........... recently when a former -
FAMU Women pay officialare connected disabled veterans late Charles Ringling.
student
l from NO tiny S5.,-.ANY to MINT$8.98 a position was hithertofore promotedto ; Mrs. S. D. Davis co and a modification owner of the famous circus Just Arrived Just ArrivedlG

L -STATE PAINT....... reserved for whites.J. chairman; Miss H. Price, of National Service which wintered at Sarasota
W.Jones, a native Life Insurance for for i I 3 Piece
co-chairman; and Mrs. L. many years. r 5
I, 6116 Norwood Ave ..Texan from the positionof veterans who now' carry
Daniels program chairman.Rev. Philip H. Hiss widely .PaJama99c Sets
clerk which he1 had
u c .4 blocks north of held for two years tp p the F. W. Jones, pastor, five-year term policies known architectura designer S

h H GATEWAY SHOPPING,CENTER post of field represent- is issuing call meeting but have had and former chairmanof
If
Ifember, PO FNB 5315 Charge Plan ative for the Hexer Tile I with all?stewards, .trustees difficulty in maintaining the college board. Dr. 1 00% cotton

and Abstract : the premiums Full CUtGuaranteed
company. class teachers, board and \ George P. Baugham. vine
I I which increase as Washable -
club .presidents to meet president and treasurer of
they become older. New York University, has
with him Tuesday at 8 p.m. ...
resigned to become presi- Sizes 7 to 14 Ladies1
Business of vital Impor- ,

FLORIDA MEAT tance will be discussed. Jax I NAACP J ) dent.The Congregational, Chur- a Pedal Pushers


Sunday's Schedule ch, which has notably )1 $1.77
\& Will Resum.Public ")
contributed to higher ( ..

AW/rjg education the Cotton Corduroy
through
CENTER Sunday. School- begins at New Fall Colors
of Harvard
establishing
:30 a.m. with the superin-
Sizes 8 to 16Ladies'
.and Yale as well as Fisk
tendent and teachers in
The new schedule of 'and Howard universities
an
\ Florida Ave. & Albert Street charge. Members and meetings of' the Jax Branchof has long pioneered in higher Piece

friends are urged to have the NAACP from September education for Negroesin 2

their children on time.
through November were
the South has a nom-
Morning worship begins.at announced this week by Pajama Sets i it
inal connection with New
:
11 a.m. with Choir 1 Rev. J. B. F. Williams, ;College.

FLORIDA GRADE rendering services through- president. .. Residents of the Sarasota- (1 99cMinimum I

oat the day Tfc,* pastor The executive committee t care
Bradenton area have f
will begin th sermon at : ; Full cut. Sizes
will meet Monday, .Sept. I
pledged $4 nillion toward "
z' WHOLEFRYERS 11:30 o'clock. 18 at 8 p. m. In theorlanlzation' the $16 million needed for 32 to 40.
The stewards are asking
suite
a in the Initial capital outlay.
Y
1 All class leaders to attend -
the Masonic Temple, 410 The remainder will come .
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the services and to
Broad Street.
from foundations and pri-
bring friends. Chairman and committee vate sources. v

; Let' s work together so
members are urgently re- Options have bees obtained
that -we' 11 be able to 4
worship In our, noun cnur- .nuested lIeetin..J_to attend this. on land needed for, a campus, Girls Dresses .

and belong drawn
ch It will be located plans are
8009. The fall program will be
,
for buildings to house an $1.88
at Florida Avenue outlined .at public
initial 1,200 student body.
.and, Jessie St.- Evening meeting scheduled, for The trusteeshave dedicatedthe 100% Cotton f

.j LINI worship begin ct. 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21 at 8 p. ,,: wash 'n wear .
Institution to freedom
t RFE andthe, sermon starts tt B. in St, Stephen' AME fabrics.
from church government. .
,/ 7:30 o'clock. : Church, Fourth Lund 'D'*vll.' control. Shrinkage less I'

f At this time, all members then t 2.%. Sizes

o f, Jthe association will.tljodiscn '7 to 14

FLWDASTAR i pleas for the Royal! Crown V

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Union Atty. Hollowell'- ., SPORTING" OP

Deil.gat.o Return Will Defend

,, Condemned. Youth. tiJ WHAT A PLEASURE IT IS to sit and _talk with the old pros
:7 t A
St. Augustine, .. Five ; who have made their contribution, to the great :field of

members of the Baptist \ ATLANTA. --- D. L. Hollo- I ]sports_ and then to see them sit silently and look out

,Student Union of Florida well, attorney for. the M. (into space as if they are dreaming of the good old days

Normal ,and Industrial NationalAssociation; for' k : long gone hy. To see that look of nostalgia in the
Memorial College and their ,the Advancement of Colored. ; 1' !'eyes as they name great players of the past who we'
advisor returned to the People' in Georgia" r -, has ________ tout-ther with them, and to hear of their experiencand

t college ofiopUB this week been. retained to defend w. ,.: listen at the comparison of their day and now

after attending the: '15-year-old Preston Cobb is Quite an enjoyable experience.

Annual American Baptist who, charged with the, slaying -' HAD A VISIT WITH THE GREAT Dick Lundy a few days ago a

Student Conference in -of .a white nan, was what ,an experience it was to listen at him talk abcr I

Green Lake, Wisconsin, {convicted by' an all-white such players as Beckwith Charleston, Rube Foster. DeMo; I

August 27 ,September 1* [jury) in Monticello, Ga. Dlsauke, luck Leonard John Henry Lloyd San top, Redding

Representing Florida (t last. month. He received -Brown, Gibson Hill and the others who helped to m; I
-Normal at the conference :the death sentence. the game a paying business. He did not forget to giv"

where lame several hundreds' Following investigation some flowers to Leroy "Satchel" Paige, the grand old

Baptist youth from allover ;of the case by Vernon. ,E. t. man who is now pitching in the Pacific Coast League.
the world were in' t Jordan, NAACP field, secretary WHY SO MANY YOUNGSTERS of tour fail to make the grade

attendance, were:: Mill Bett- ; for Georgia, Hollo- was told by Dick .himself. He said so many of them who

ie A. Gilbert Miss well was retained at the were stars around their hometowns are willing to pay

Evelyn Wright, Charles (request _of Mrs. Leatha WILLIAM H. WALLER, newly appointed Assistant Professor, of Chemistry at the Coast the price that it takes to make the grade. So;.many of
Bolden, Leroy McMillanand 'Cobb, mother of the con- Guard Academy was selected, after broadened recruitment activities among minority them refuse to be told anything, they feel like they
Reverend Ottis L. 'victed boy? The lawyer groups in line with President Kennedy's Executive Order for Equal Employment Opport- know it all, they are too good to go through the train
test advisor of the, iI'reyiewinl' the court" unities." Waller is shown-'here, with *:four other new faculty members as- Commander i ing period they are too easy to get angry and too eager
Ramona J. Perry explains a Cadet experiment in refining crude oil. other I
newAcademy" to become
arrogant He the
was star
Baptist record at home
and
Student Union at to determine whether he has
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l teachers' are,"lifit"riitit'Br c1f S7Gafhy. John F. MurphyrFreaerick B.Burchbuchler the idea that he
should be the star there.
the college. Incidentally there 'are discrepancies and I Sr. 'and Gordon C. Winsor. Behind Perry is Rear Admiral' Stephen H.
'Rev. West served alone :errors which would justify I Evans Academy Superintendent, who greeted the new arrivals and ,led them on a brief ,WELL, THE OLD BASEBALL SEASON is gradually drawing to
of the resources leaders ,'a petition .for a new trial. I tour of the AcademyRobinson a-ciose. It is only a short time now before It will be

,Curing the entire session. .He has until September 16 .. --- .'- .- JWbr} ld Seried time again. It will not be a difficult task
Bone, of the outstanding, to file, for a retrial'. to say at this point who the representative in the

persons serving as All j The NAACP investigation Seen Close CourtsTo District Office American League will be. The Yankees keep winning andt4ie
,
Conference leaders included revealed that no Negro has Tigers keep losing and the other teams in there bat-
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,James Ashebrook, professor served, on a jury in Jackson AsN.LMVper NegroesATLANTA Receive ,Notices tling also, it only means that the Tigers are fighting
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at Colgate Rochester County, where the crime was; now to maintain second place in the standings.HAVE .

Divinity School; Richard committed and the trial CINCINNATI --- There's --- Recent efforts ,TALLAHASS E --- According THE BASEBALL PROGNOSTICATORS of baseball started

Brohola, University* Chaplin held, for more than 40 hardly a doubt here that by Negro youths to play (to reports received here, comparing the Reds with the Yankees? How much chance

Univ. of Wisconsin; years; that the court- should the CincinnatiReds tennis. on Atlanta's Bitsy state employment office have they given the Reds to beat out the Dodgers? Where

M. Parker Burroughs, Director appointed attorney failed win the National Grant Tennis Court caused district managers have do the Giants of San Francisco and the Milwaukee Braves

Department of to raise 'pertinent constitutional League' s. current. pen- Manager Jack Rodgers to been told to Integratesome rate in the homeward stretch? Should you want these

Campus Christian Life, Issues; and that 'favorite ,bare the courts*closed for of their Job hiring ;questions answered, it will be necessary tocontact

American Baptist Boardof there is a possibility that : "repairs." services.It ,some of the baseball experts. The only thing I can

Education and Publication persons other than young Most Valuable Player award The students said they has been learned that tell you is that the opponents of the Yankees will be

; Guy Caraban, Highlander Cobb were involved in the will be the Reds' came ,as a result of the pressure from the National ,the Cincinnati" Reds'if the Reds should happen to win the.

Folk School ; murder. power-slugging outfielder city's federal court arguments Association For the Advancement National League pennant.IT .

Robert E. Davis, Western" Frank Coleman Dumas, The Frank Robinson. that 'segregation of Colored led IS QUITE INTERESTING to hear the conversations both

Director, American Baptist slain man, was a farmer and The 25-year old Robin-- of Atlanta's public recre- to a mas, meeting of' pro and con concerning' Babe Ruth's 60 home run record

Board of Education and the employer of Mrs. Cobb, son was acclaimed player ation facilities Is no district managers here 'being' broken by Marls or Mantle. A Jrge number of

Publication.James a widow, who with her of-the-mobth for his longer .practiced. last week.Although. fans say they would hate to seethe record broken toe-

Davidson, University children lived on the Dumas, sensational July, performance Rodgers said he got his John Boyles, I!cause the Babe,s great contribution to baseball is a

Chaplin, Cornell University; plantation in a dwelling when he batted instructions from City administrative assistantto 'a legend and for sentimental reasons alone, they wouli

''Keith'S. irwin, Professor, not far' from the "big safely in 27 of the. Parks superintendent George Florida Industrial hate to see it., On the other hand many of the fans says

of Florida Presbyterian house" occupied by the .'Re ds' 30 games for a Simons. Rodgers referred 'Commission. Worley records were made to be broken and* every man has a perfec

College, Arthur Rachel, ,Dumas family. 'hot .409 average. all questions to Simons ,Brown said the meeting right to leave a record himself for someone else to shootat

University of Iowa; Robinson produced 13 who was not available for "was not called specifi- from year to year.

Joseph Mathews, Directorof homeruns had 34-runs comment cally for that," district FROM ALL REPORTS, ,Q FRAZIER Jacksonville's contribution'to '
Community of Faith and 'Would Sterilize batted in and hit safelyin supervisors were reportedlytold \ pro football is'giving the sports writers something to

Li'fe, Austin Texas ; Mothers With 19 straight games. that they must drop- write about. He is one of the brightest stars on the

Kenneth Maxwell, Director, 'Frank's RBI total wag Skips Nat the designation of"colored" Denver team and before the season Is over, barring injuries -
Department of International : Too Many Babi*. the highest ever fora from the places Frazier will make every football fin in the

Affairs, National .. National Leaguer since which have been maintainedfor nation know that his performances at Florida Arid University '

Council of Churches; Ron CURB ILLEGITIMACY inception the player--_ For PipersCLEVELAND Negro Job seekers f' was natural ability. He has stood out as 'valuable

'y Nelson, Professor of Music of-the-month feature. H e, Although Tampa has had man during exhibition games. Just watch him when his
at Brown University INDIANAPOLIS --- Marion also tied fellow -1'd'"Ted to ---- In a move separate offices for Negro feats go down in the record books. In far away Denver
rejoin his
former Ten.
Alvin T. Pitcher, Professor Circuit ;Judge John L. Ni- Kluszewski's one month and white job seekers the* Colorado Jacksonville will be known through Adolphus
A&I College'cO ch, Dick
at the Divinity black stated recently that homer output.Robinson. two races will be regis- Frazier.I .
Barnett, one of the Syra-
School University of it might be wise if women tered at the same office
cuse Nats of the National I
Chicago; U Kyaw Than, having two or three illegitimate after the first week in
Basketball
HitsBigSWACFihe Association'skey
Associate_ General ,Secre children 'October, Lester Shebel, 11
tary of the East Asia supported by the public players last year, officer manager at Tampa PHOTOGRAPHS FOIlOCCASION
signed last week with the
Christian conference; welfare pro&raDbe steri- said.
Cleveland Pipers of the
Edwin K. Tuller, General lized. State employment officials EVERY
GRAMBLING La. ---Gramb- American Basketball League
Secretary, American Bap Niblack reportedly. wrote ling College's' coach Eddie Insodoing.- Barnett rejoins -, have been reminded by the

tist Convention; RonaldV. this suggestion to the 'Robinson. has censured forces with-his old NAACP that their program Expert _Photography ,
Wells, Executive Direc- board of Marion County Southwest1Athletic involves use of federal Portraits Weddings Banquets
officials of the college basketball coach, Passports & Identification Phoica
tor of Christian Higher Department of Public and the federal -
funds government
Conference for Johnny McClendon who becomes
Photostats & Commercial Work
-Education. for American 'Welfare whose members he m''trying to besmirch and the first Negro to insists on equa.1- Photos For Newspaper Coif
.Baptists. I appoints.. He further discredit the athletic integrate professional ,Job rights. While You Wait
Exalted Ruler "'recommendedthat, ... in such program at Gramb ling." basketball's coaching Jacksonville and Miami Coloring & Picture Framing
cases, the-:mothers eitherbe Grambling was fined $600 ranks. have separate offices, with Let TJi Take A Photo Of You

.teriliafed or the chil- recently by the conference' this also Jacksonville planning on
Taps Miamian; ; For Barnett
dren be tjaken. from them compliance committee for means a reunion with twq moving into a new building J. AVlty In Natural Color -
NEW YORK CITY, -- During and placed in other hoses
'playing more, than 26 ex-collegiate teammates, within a year and no chan-
the recent Elks Convention "the welfare load AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
is
a basketball games during and Ben ges at present being contemplated -
held here, w. 0. Perry sr. John Barnhill
of Miami president of the! grevious 'tax burden now the 1960-61 season. Warley--both,ot whom helped I6W KINGS RCIAD-f: XT TO EWC LBRARf|
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and
Florida Association of the will\grow larger. Robinson readilly_ admit McClendon,* .,*** Phony EL 4-7895 For AppointmentsKENKWGHT
Elks, Nobody wants to see unfortunates .
was appointed assistant ted that the Tigers
to the Grand Exalted't. deprived of an ,played 28 games but in- TCiaceJks' Regain Peak ,

Ruler on various occas-' adequate living, but scoffing' at' the conference -, n BMBM MH M ,
eiona in the southern "common sense must be violations, showed
&tates when directed to do' brought into the "
picture
where Wiley, Arkansas A&M,
,
he
said.
so.Charles Higgs District -- Southern U. played more

Deputy of the Miami Dist' ;Year. Negro Newspaper than 26 games during the z : S"S

riot, and an accomplished' Stands. For The Rights 1959-60 seasons. A q YYSi5aul ;
musician was named Grand' $
Of The In addition, he continued -
Organist at the convention. Negro.. People. 'the
..........-.;, ,.... -" -, secretary r
treasurer failed to find .

a single reference in the ,-

number of games a league r--. ,
member is permitted to r.
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of previous meetings."

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MAKES4 SKIN BLEACHES .
WASHINGTON --- If base- '-.
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S1itO When manager Al Dark "KNKHT1W
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Willie a starter ,g.DTA "-"L1j reaoyerea &&w. a w.---- -.
again oa Aug. 18,' Willie in Cite ohaipioasaip ass with the Green + --- At 7:00 P. M. NI

was the main factor in Philadelphia angles ttftad coach says vtttra .1 : TiOOIi

I..in iF loWI "@MOf;'The J.r Nh the 's.r"$ I.third the club's place. surge into get.rl. .. Peaks ia ready jt or the ligles-College. 1400 WRHC -
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'. ,:Redskins Will Start Drafting Negro Players



NAACP's; ;: Bah .,Against' Skins Ex- Great Returns To A & T I I Floridians On Uncle Sam Calls. Ft. Valley's



"Smashes., 'Final' Racial" ,Block/ Agg; s' Squad. Coach And Trio Of Lettermen

CTIH8 TO IHTEOMTg '
GREENSBORO, N. C. -- High
'. FT. VALLEY, QA. -- The high expectations of many Fort

LOS ANGELES --- What has been termed "the straw that optimism was in evidence Valley State College football fans for the 1961 season
4a j about the camp of the A&T the'community
broke the camel's back,?' occured here Aug. 11 during ; nose-dived recently when news reached that
'the Rams-Redskins annual charity game when an NAACP College.Aggies following'the 'wildcat head foothill coach Alphonso Varner and threeof

sponsored boycott against George Preston Marshall' ,drills.first week of football his key lettermen all members of the 718th Engineering

white Light Equipment Company, a local reserve unit,
lily Washington team resulted in less than 300
pf the usual '15,000-average, turnout of Negro fans from ': Fifty-seven hopefuls reported face imminent return to active. duty..
in for the opening
witnessing the camel This will come as a blow
day practice session on Grid CropYearlings
As a result, Marshall has entering into a chain reaction :September 1, "in the fin- also to hundreds of studentswho 'K.ge'

pledged to Immediatelystart which would have est condition of any squadI will* learn of these Rich nTUSKEGEE

drafting' Negro foot- been felt across the i have had," said head developments when they return -

1>>all players this fall.Marsha'fl nation' ,' since a huge drop -;gaithr1 & coach, Bert Plggott. to the campus later INSTITUTE, Ala.--

was also saidi) in Negro fans attendancewas Piggott was so elated that this month.In Although he's got a letterman -

to been under constant, '' foreseen, and the NFL : he had his first scrimmage addition to Varner who for every slot, Tuskegee

pressure, from U. S. ,Sec- feared a switchover of the just three days later. He as a first lieutenant commands Coach Whitney L. Van Cleves

retary of the Interior fans' loyalty to the said two other reasons two platoons of the says his team's success

Stewart. Udali to hire growing American Football figured prominently in his' outfit, junior quarterback this year will depend

Negro players, since the Conference. decision for the early con- Ralph Troutman, Junior largely on 'the best

'skins Fill be playing : tact work..thd boys wantedit halfback Ulysses Marshall, crop of freshmen" he's
'
their home games' this 'Snatch' Blasts and the Aggies have Just and' tnior fullback Clif- seen in his seven years at

year in recently completed two ,weeks to shape up for ford Brown, have been the Tuskegee helm.

stadium constructed.from ,the opening clash againstthe ordered to active duty.
Coast Looking ahead to the
federal funds. UmpsSEATTLE Quantico Marines at All seasoned performerson Golden Tigers' nine-game

I Pressure was also. believed Quantico Va. on Saturday the Wildcats' developingsquad
Wash.Base- a- Mc schedule, Van ;'Cleve expressed -
to have' been ap- afternoon, September 16. the three will leave unusual confidencethat
ball's living legend-
P11 e d"from National Leroy (Satchell) Paige The Aggies are loaded witha hard-to-fill vacancies in frlfl 23 newcomers will

Football League head- has stated that the Paci- bevy of, fine backs. Among the starting lineup when supply necessary depth in

Quarters from commissioner fic Coast League is in the top men reporting last they depart. Troutman, a four positions.
Pete Rozelle after the slick ball-handling nativeof
week" were such outstanding '
trouble. 'They re the best crop
boycott was seemingly In a recent press inter _,I halfbacks, as: Joe Taylorand Fort Valley, saw con- of freshmen we've seen since

view, Paige said, 'It's ARTHUR (Art) STATUM, former A&T College atnletic Gene Cambridge of Miami stant. action in 1960 as the '55'said the former
'great' has returned to his Alma Mater as head trainer Fla. ; Bickie Westmore- team's, first strin I Tuskegee All-American.
Brown New AD them umpires,, complain -
ing, r'This is a triple- An All-IAA football end for three years, he also land, Charlotte, N. C. and quarterback and was expect- "I look forward to great

should won the NCAA heavyweight boxing title'and turn' Harvey Keaton, Shelby, N. C. ted to improve this. year. things--if they .can fit
At S. C State a ball club. They
have better umpires. ed in sterling performances in track. and field while', Bateman Jones, Beaufort, N. According to Varner, the in. And I think they can."

i These fellows don't give a'student there C. and Ronald Hart, Suf- departing players will see Van Cleve directed his

ORANGEBU G, S. 0. -- Dr. you the corners.'" folk, Va. and Willie Ferguson only limited action this team to a 7-2 record last

William C. Brown was recently How' re they ever gon- ( A&T -Relations Photb ) Waycross,' Ga. year--in possibly the season, to place fifth in

named athletic na train youngsters for Fullbacks, Algustas Lee, first and second games-- the Southern 'Inter '
director of South Carolina Washington, D. C. and John
before reporting for duty. collegiate Athletic Con-
the major leagues if : '
State College, succeeding they* don't have good fort Valley State Eleven nie Thomas, Winston-Salem, He remains optimistic, ference. But his biggest
Dr. Jesse L. Parks who N. C. are the lone carry-
umpires ?" though, about his team'schances problem this year he said
resigned to accept a position Expressing the lamentof Opens Sept. 23 With EWC overs in that position.. for a good season.t'verything is finding reserves in the

on Springfield all ex-big time stars, While a number of new considered," quarterback, fillback and

YMCA College's faculty", Satch continued hopefully -" FORT VALLEY.GA.Fort Valley State College boosters' names will appear this sea- he said, "even though the tackle position. 'We

Springfield, Mass. "I still thinkI will have opportunities to see the Wildcats in action son in the Aggie front\. ll, men who leave will be hard just don't have the

can make it back into as participants in five 'football extravaganzas during among the veterans who showed to replace, the team will necessary depth in these

4 WATCH'THIS CLOWN the majors. They need this year's nine-game football season. last week are: Carl probably post a better positions" he explained.
"Roadblock"
Stanford, season's record than its Tuskegee has a "triple-
relief
good pitchersand "Through most of the
sea-
the Valleyites return to tackle ,
I and Joe Henderson, counterpart did a year ago. threat", replacement for
24-17-66 I'm the best. When son, fans will enjoy the '
their home stadium for
guard. both. of Englishtown,
With fourteen lettermen Willie Williams, last
returning sea-
the bases are full, they added touches of bands, '
31-253-J9 two special occasions--- N. J. ; Wylie Harris, cen-
halftime exhibitions and, and a number of son's ALL.-SIAG signal-
want a man to come in ,High School Day and Dad's"Day ter; John Brooks and Robert
the heightened .excitement promising rookies who are caller who was graduated.The .
ball
and get the over--- October 21, against Faulkner, ends and George
2 .t characteristic of special. anxious to play, overall new hope is senior
not walk the winningor
South Carolina State McDowell, tackle, all of
9 in. So oromotions or traditionally team prospects are good. Eddie Peters the No. 2
tying run
College, and Homecomingand Charlotte, N. C. and big '
7. 2 special occasions. quarterback last year.
why don't they give. me Varsity 'F" Day, Bob Urquhart, and end from
Meeting six'SIAC opponentsand .
359-47-153 a chance y'Fame October 28, against Tus- Portsmouth, Va.
three BOH-conference
Spot kegee Institute. -
P
I 09-36-21 foes, co..a4A..A.l V&rnec's -
Tiro toom plays Miles ,
S m.tmsSMMttmta "9 III for 'Safc/i'/ ? 'charges will this year renew College in Birmingham,
two old rivalries--with M rYVb
he's down Alabama, November 11, and w
local Baseball -
Ha d4t, subtract CHICAGO ---A Edward Waters and Bethune- Billy Williams
ends the
in
season Albany
Ha vtrks it all around group known as the St. Cookman colleges. Absent
Louise browns Fans Club is. Georgia, Thursday, Nov.-23-
,
from the 1961 scheduleare Favored For
Ca--'I .AUnIMeu reportedly working to get the Morris Brown Wol- with the annual Thanksgiving -

65-38-3 Leroy (Satchel) Paige in verines, whom the Wildcats battle against Rookie HonorsCHICAGO
tiaseball's Hall of Fame. their traditional rivals,
met for fifteen consecutive '
the Albany State College '
ILL. -- Although
years before the series -
::1L ended in 1960, and Rams. youthful, product by the

the Mississippi Vocational name of Billy Davis had
I.
College Delta Devils, with Breaks Caf/arbone./ been predicted as this

whom the Wildcats recently .: .- year's 'Rookie of the Year'in'

9 split a two-game ,series the senior league at the r y
1 t '
7tb j +off'w Following the season's r ny outset of the season, another w71 i

COMFWtTARf opener against Edward yearling, left fiel-
ii1j TRAIN
'IStfP Waters College on Satur- der Billy Williams of the YOURSELFFor

LOOK GOOD day, September 23 at home, Cubs seems to be a top candidate A Paying Profession
K C
at this writing.
the Wildcats meet Clark 1 ,

College in Griffin, Georgia, Williams, who didn't take In 26 W eb ks
September 30, in the over the regular garden
< s
Textile Classic, now spot, for the Cubs until \'U\\,... ..

scheduled to be played June already is nearing Women Are Excelling In

annually at ,Griffin between 80-RBI's and has set a new -

Cub's homer record for a Bartering
the two teams.On .,
; "., ** F*$ f1&1g October 7, the team rookie with 20-fouroasters ,: .
K* AT
to date.
faces savannah State

t1t ; College at COlumbus. Ga. ,in The 23-year old slugger '
.' W roe druuijt cinatt supply you _- SHAVING POYVDER'00. hits either left or right- FLOIIDlIIIIEI COLLEGE
the second of a new series
*
UNO M for teen MAUC TEAM MATE J'.o.sa 3497.F3 savwah,a,. gyp; tp rh
the Chattahoochee Classic. !Y handed pitching with power '
a" r'f 630 D.vk at,|MVM>St.
After playing Allen and at will. ,
You Don't Have to Go, to Town to Get University at Columbia, -

South Carolina, October 14,

LOW ... ... .
PRICES Grid StandardsUpped
HERB ADDERLEY ,Former
By SWACBATON Phllly Northeast High and ; .- '''
Oa Your
1 Michigan State football M
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ROUGE La. -- During star, who was the first -
DRUG STOBE IlEDS I i its August meeting, the draft call choice 'of the : i

Green packers of the '
Southwestern Athletic Conference Bay .
Trade With Your Netfhborkood Dna Star upped its criteriafor National Football Lealu,

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN football officials who has been sidelined indefinitely .j'I I

qualify to work the 1981 with a dislocated 1
YOUR LOCAL PAPERS 1.
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collarbone suffered
fall encounters. during ,
Higher exmainationscores an exhibition lame against

WOOD'S DIllE PlWllllCI at the southwest ,the Chicago BeIn.LI.ton .i

Officials Association DoMn'fBteiv ,;

Utt EXNSf ROAD KSMUB AVBBOJTW clinic, "also' held here, TREAT YOURSELF TO ,;', ..

.... .......,. and the conference football Ing,* -
coaches composite rating of PHILADELPHIA --- George \ CANADA DRY BOURBON ;
BtKrn We AIM IB AB Doetear ,PlIIedtI eo!
the arbiters 1960 efforts Katz, heavyweight Sonny

.PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER,AND TELE- on the field, were the main Listen's manager said Son "AMERICA'S FINEST"
IT'S
factors in the naming "fcf ny doesn't believe that .::
PHONE'SILtS-AT STORE
; the men who will handle the Johansson "has signed to .
Southwest a grid fames. this fittt ... .1111 believe It MMMIt. ItMlW mNN. MMklM MM MHU MMIIIIUIH M.KtlKIHHll.' UIIUUII v4MHj

't. .. ,"' '. '" fall, when I tee it." I



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PAtti... 8 1L(8IDA STAR ____ -- Saturday September 16, 1961


!-, CLASSIFIED SECTION '_._ 1

Chips Off The Blocks i \

I .... Fir Rtut HOMES FOR SALE


.BYJAYJAT FURNISHED ROOM for rent. 3-Badrooa Hones.. Modern;
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sE 1560Windle Street. Sub-division. Close In.
Sorter is making its last flirig. in the North one would I
Call EL. 65276. No down payaant. SUN
call the balmy weather we are having ''Indlaa Sosaer I
RRALTI--00
5-1685
Down this way it is plain old suiDa'r. A sure-sign of fall
FURNISHED ROOM for working
is football-, Tills evening the Engineers of Stanton HOUSE FOR RENT
..man', kitchen convenience.
Vocational will Beet the Yellowjackets of Northwestern je '
PhonesPO. 4-0432 Upstairs house for rent!
at Myrtle Avenue Ball, Park The next night 'the fiery rooms -
6 rooms 3 large bed
Dragons of Nat weetBan" Washington will tangle with MORTGAGES
$ Right at two bus linesNo
the Gilbert Panthers of Earl Kitchin,.. Also on the .
w football kick many folk are wondering why ,FAHU will not I am purchasing first and': water.72l child en. Hot and cold

play in Jacksonville this' rear We will see good college second mortgages, large'small DeWltt for in-
tmo b00 formation call EL.4-3720.
football however. EWC is fielding another strong team, $100, avail tiestslde
townFURNISHED .
r. and looks' as though they 'may be a threat for the ,oon.tereDce ble. P.O'. Box 664. pf

champs o nship. Many local stars are going to the Clermont, Florida
ROOMS
Kings Road school. Bethune-ookman will appear here. IT
Cose
To fie '
They will meet Benedict College Bowl for the major rate towards Boois bj Day Night or*
THE NEW BUILDING at Brewster Hospital is moving along at a rapid com- Week. Rates $1.03 to$2.50.per

games should provide enough foo ball to fill one's pletion. The building shown here will furnish more bed space,' lar exv-tfuarters $pjc Inv.'fgatedATLANTA \ night. Single,

appetite the'various departments, such as X-ray, nursing stations, dining room, operating 'or Doabl e. JOHNNIE'S
Work ,is nearing a close on the new bowling alley. The 'room and will relieve overcrowded conditions. The building will be modernly equipped kOQHINQ HOUSE. 710 feet

lanes near Cleveland Road and Edgewood are just bowling throughout. It will also open avenues to do a larger volume of service for the the, -death- Investigationinto sentence ,Ashley. EL 5-4025.

lanes not "colored lanes" will be .
They among the citizens of the ccramnity. given a 15-year old Negro

finest in town. For novices and beginners experts ,boy in connection with a STRAND SUNDAY

instructors will be ,on hand to show you how it is done. murder conviction has been .. .. THRU SAT.

Music lovers had a treat last week. Dwike M1td ell, POLICE Rush For School I promised by the Georgia

half of the famed'Mitehell-Ruff Jazz Duo was in town. .REPORTSROBBED J Bus Gets A, Lift Pardon and Parole Board.Tlje TUEKWYwmiK
youtb, Preston Cobb s1'I ga
Dwike loves to play and he gave Out for his friends .
was or PIRAEUS. .
Jr. convicted for the
several times. OF PURSE ports Indicated.Mrs. fatal shootingof Frank

When the jax golfer meet its a matter\ of business.At Blondell Meachu ml Coleman Dumas a TO-yesr.
Mrs. Sadie Lee Bailey, of 1124W. Adams Street I uN
the meeting this week Curtis Taylor came up with aN old white farmer llowing
of 1917 Venus Street was told police she and hers
down home menu for host George McClellan The way the robbed of her purse last boy' friend, Allen Weeks an alleged argume t over

golfers tore into the smothered ribs, purleau etc., one Wednesday between 4:10 were having an argumentover fishing in Dumas' lake. :
Young Cobb was foundtguilty
would think that they had just completed thirty-six and 4:20 a.m. by a prowl some money when he .
of first-degree
holes. Ike White was about"the only one missingr"PreieyHomle er, police reported.Mrs. hit her on the ,head. uurderAugust 16'after a

Banks stopped eating long enough to let Bill Terry, Bailey told pqlice She was treated at jury'had deliberated 45 PLUS COMEDY RIOT 1
she awakened by a
advance man for the new bowling alley speak. was Duval Medical Center and I minutes over testimony'
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noise at her bedroom RpBERT JACK MACWA CRMICE
Rose Fletcher has been busy as a bee. She had to entertain window, she turned on the both parties and charged were with arrested that he killed Dumas at

two guests. Her sister Louise was visiting from light and saw a man's being drunk >and fight- 'his home Eleanor on June Roosevelt 1. in

down South. In addition Ernestine Johnson, came down head In the window. She ing.- 5. Mrs. 1
i-
in her syndicated column
from the north. screamed and the man Patrolmen A. R. James urges Americans to wire

Sammie Golden led the 'crew in from Montauk Point, Long snatched her purse that and R. George !-* With today's busy youngstersin Gov. Ernest Vandiver re- .
mind and memory of the
lying by and
Island. He reports that our, boy Roy Dowdell is doing was near gated I last minute haste to catch the Questing clemency in the
ran, she said. . .
fine in the shoe repair business in South D ort, Long investigation I daily school bus, packaging experts boy's behalf.
The revealed ..
[ CUT DURING ARGUMENT of one of the nation'smajor
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Island. Barbara Cummings did not come back home. She is .
that a small breakfast cereal producers. *
in school in the City.' object was used to puncha Miss Johnnie Mae Barnes, ..* ,

Almost everyone is on the school kick. Lillie Sconiers, hole in screen and unhook 34, 'of) 932 W. Duval Streetwas

the latch. Mrs. cut ,last Sunday duringan .
our favorite barberess, Mildred Johnson, former Tropi-
Bailey said the screen Duval tel. t mi Tues.
canna waitress, Audrey from the-Country Club, and scads argument at 912 W. NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER,

of other pretty things are enrolled in classes at the was She said definitely she was locked.unable Street, police reported.The Pocihonfii S --Briquets i WIWDJ ROLDEft
C .
Vocational Evening School.' All of you people had better to give any other injured wcman stated f .0 A L Anthracite-Coke brslw TMI.-WOItJD OJ

learn to do something. description than the that William Adkins, the FREt CITY.WIDk DELIVIRYLL SUZiE'WONGTECHNICOLOR

Rumors and rumors: regardless of what you hear concerninga man's head was covered suspect, cjrt her for no SEASONS IDE .& fiUEL 00.J j1AUCY miM

man supposedly killed downtown and run over by a truck, with a lady's stocking.She reason at al She said. 5811 NORWOOD AVL PHONE PO 4.4511 ( .

it ain't .eo. Just an idle ,rumor. Also the tales about said she could see a Adkins: said ,the argument '.......A/.JIX
of his forehead o r \
portion_
the fellow who died as a result of a cop's bullet are down to his eyes. The started when-Miss Barnes. I Plus WRESTLING WRECKS.

not so. Try. getting the facts before spreading additional value of the loss was learned he had ,no money. COMMCHOIAL WtOOINB ADVKMTlSINa HOHIB FALL GUYS "

tales. given at $43.Patrolman Police said the victim and SKYV1EW

Dock Graham is finally eating high on the hog. He wona M. Young and suspect had been drinking '

bet from Ken Knight and will dine at. the Country Club H. Harley. .investigated.. heavily and both accused 5"BREAKOUT BOLD WOMEN"thru Sun nlte Tues.

for a whole week. The fat man did not believe in the the other of having a knife. ROYAL ART STUDIOTELEPHONE
Win $155 Cash Mon. nite
Yanks and has to pay. Well I am in the'same boat so I PURSE IS SNATCHED Miss Barnes was taken to Ii '
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cannot talk. Duval Medical Center for /
PATRONIZE ,
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Club Baron is sponsoring their annual raffle. The Mrs. Aldonia C. Joynerwas treatment of lacerationsof

winner will get a trip to the World's Series. Get a tho victim of a sneak the right arm. Both Florida Star

thief last Monday ag sqe parties were arrested for CLARENCE. SIMON 515 OAVIB STREET.lACKeCI'NILLE. AdvertisersCOMING .
ticket from any member of the club. All proceeds from .: ,tLA.
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was about to get in h&r .
drunken
disorderly conduct, r
the affair will go toward the various charities the ,
car, police stated. condition and fighting.
group sponsors. Mrs. Joyner told police \ .
Sea Cook and company will take off at the ,Palms this she and Mrs. Verma(; Patrolmen Jefferson and,/ SOON-COMING SOON- COMING SOON
week-end. If you want to tot in you. nadbetter get there Robinson were leaving the H., Harley investigated., I

early. All of the teenage set will be on hand a "A- house at 927 W. llth ROBBERY. ATTEMPT FAILSWillie I The Fabulous New .

CUpidin I like "Farewell My Darlin g" We see that Street and as she was Paul White. 21. of I!
about to in her car, I
Cliff White, the guitarist is finally getting a top spoton a man snatched get her hand- 739, Court .E,", was the ;i CONTINENTALBOWLING t I

the bill. Never heard of the band with him. bag and ran. She said victim of an attempted..

Tie being said that Florida's top exports to the world Mrs. Robins en chased him, robbery at Hogan creek last I

,of jazz will come back home this winter. The Adderlys but lost him at 12th and Sunday, police reported. ,
'
.are planning to comu this way. Look for them. Davis Streets. White stated he and his ..

Warning-when you gals start bowling beware of J'slim Her handbag containedher girl friend were walkingon .1 '
driver's license,
j 1." The fancy pants may not stand the strain and you Broad Street near Hogan
courtesy cards and various -
will be embarrassed. Better get some old fashioned other important Creek when"two"'men who were;

skirts and blouses. papers. I not known to him held a
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Several week ago we mentioned about the lack of Patrolmen Robert Ckorge pistol on ,him and his girl: LANES

recreation facilities for Negro serviceaen., We hear that Jr. and A. K. James friend, but he managed to .

Miss Eartha M.M. White is planning to open a service investigated.... .' fight them off. He then ,i .,

club on the site of the old Frolic ,Theatre.Otis MONET TROUBLE, took his girl', friend to f!::' -J. 3118 Edgewood Ave. /

Speights came up with.a good idea. All of you A'62-year-old woman was Bloxom and Broad Streets

. fellows who really want? a nice place to go and who maybe injured by her boy friend} ,where he called_ police he SCHEDULED OPENING EARLY NOVEMBER

interested In Daring from fifty... to a hundred bills a. 'last Monday, police re- said. NOW ACCEPTING LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPS
--- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- -- ----- I T
, year to belong to a real "Id or club" of the type found fa

many large cities, drop us a line in care of Jay, Jay, Individuals may apply for TEAM MEMBERSHIPS

Box 561. Just give your name and address and comment on Teams may apply for LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPS .

a post card. We' lo pass it on to the fellows who Your group ((20 persons or more ) can reserve permanent

germinated the idea. 1468 league time now but you must apply early-as PRIME LEAGUE TIMES
Phone EL 4
On the political front all of the, chiefs, will motor and Myrtle AY* m& Ada m* ARE GOING FAST.CONTINENTAL.

fly to Orlando this week-end. The Florida Voters League.. -.

win hold its meeting. The Jacksonville delegation will FRED DISCOUNTS PRICE Ccemew t SPOTS u. 35e BOWLING LANES

be led by Isidore Singleton who is state proxy and theBdltor FOR VOLUME BUYING, .

E.0.8. who is regional D re xy. % Fireworks maybe LARGE tat WHITING u. 32c FULLY. SANCTIONED BY ABC-WIBC-AJBC

in the offering if some of the boys try again to gat 8ge lED lASS hl1k ),5c
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the group off of the fence and make then partisan. .. OFFERS "J .
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officers in a club. Imagine me, telling a group of MEDIUM 6ge FlOUWDt 3fc NEW BRUNSWICK GOLD CROWN AUTOMATIC LANES
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fratrons all about the right things to do. I felt like CONTINUOUS FREE INSTRUCTION FULLY AIR CONDITIONED
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matrons all about the right things to do.I felt like FISH nuns .*. SIc NURSERY .FOR CHILDREN RESTAURANT AND SNACK BAR

preaching.g. We welcome Las Doces_ Elegante to the. scene. /*Arcfcti n.*i v**.*.. has. ..>. IItY '49c .: RENTAL SHOES AND FREE BALLS AMPLE PARKING SPACE "
This club is a freak among women a clubs, they don't WAIrldrl kuk .9.Jta, tut tM. U.. fDtS' '
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Sadie Mc Cry passed and tad to stop to fill us in on' SPECKLED TROUT 59e: : <<

the Urban League Convention. ,She also too in signts in UMIT AMOUNT
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pf the Guild members now and sign up. Last. year WTSAKAKS c$171 .: -.-.---._ ........ --!"....... -. PHONE _..-.-_....._- ... ,.4.. .

it was. 4 hully-gully* line. I ww&t to see the tatosi dose LL 10C ; 'H Have you boiled before ZIWJ'B.t b!=! ass: .

this year. .' What was your last known average?-- MSB'S L.ueWhat ----.--
The books are open. If you are aftf about your streets, Cal s** $ .W rK.c.I Ma.AMtMII=.. "" day would you like to bowl?----- .' I '..Ia.What .--.--

schools r saytaliur. go dawn sad register sow so tbtt you. .I T.TVwT,. ._ ..... ....... ... ... '"'". ,1)0\. ..... he ," : 11 raex>f day would, you I. r Jtl.k"l: ) ..n---. '

can. vote then oat next. ,year. Reaeiber "?'A votelws_psople. ... "-WvvfVvw- -- WT- "M""NW.MAM hi I .... ,f'.' ;-..-' I like to bowl-.. y. ....V .
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