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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 23, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02261130
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issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00426

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

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 23, 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:
UF00028362:00426

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Preceded by:
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r;I .. rRIBUTION -- Eastside victim, Mrs. Janie Banks Jaxons.;...The .next photo shows a daybed being delivered to the Star publisher Eric 0. ,Simpson is seen presenting a box of

1-: Q a ater-filled eyes of appreciation clothing and Charlie Johnsons' home. .. .the' third scene shows Jack Banks clothing collected by the newly founded Star Charities from

ttp ght to her by the Florida Star from kindhearted taking a heater into ,his new home.. .And finally, Florida sympathetic citizens. ( Royal Art Studio Photo )
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5 6 Vol. 12-No. ,25 Alfff NEWS Saturday', ,September, 1961 Jacksonville 9, Fla.. 15 Cants .

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Jax ParenlsProlesl- For Spurs Commission,RegistrationMIAMI Mourned By ThousandsFuneral

services for Mrs. Pearl Beatrice Greene will

-- A Negro businessman be held in Big Bethel AME Church, Atlanta at 12 noon
Kenneth Williams
a Monday. The body will be taken to Little Rock. Ark. ,

service station owner Tuesday for final rites in Bethel AME Church, with
qualified last week as a
services beginning at 11 a.m. Interment will be held
ChurchRooms 'candidate for the
Miami. in Haven of the Rest Cemetery in Little Rock. ..
l. : City Commission in the '
( November elections.A The AME connection and

members of other church
graduate of Tuskegee
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Victims ; 'ft '"'
Aid fir -
I t P-TA Says Makeshift Rooms Jaxons' To $ y hearing of the sudden

tz passing of Bishop S. L.

Cause Severe Hardship Inspires Star Charity' Fund Greene, presiding pre- ,

late of the Eleventh
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the
Jacksonville's Negro citizens responded during
A det'ermined group of local citizens representing the : j Episcopal District of
Star appeal in grand fashion provingonce 4-
past week to a
Isiaah Blocker School Parent Teachers Assocfa"tionvigorously
i the AME Church wife which
again that Jaxons have ,a big heart and are readyto {
protested the setting up of public school A occurred Tuesday mornin0
come.to the aid of fellow citizens in ,distress. I ..
1% classes in local churches in order to alleviate pre- in Atlanta.
after last Fr1day sb :
sent overcrowded. conditions. Shortly .: t'an ami"'ayfour4in": -: Her genial and humble Y
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During a recent meetingofficial'of"the .' .".' '''' --- edition', app>ea edstreets. .cluding '2 c' )dren. V y SSS 4 disposition had won her '
',, th.fr'f ct.;tnat three -whileschools the -telephone began'ringing '
with an The following s'a, list thousands of friends in
; have empty class- and has continuedto
public board of instruction -' of the ofganizations and both this country and -
:rooms,. namely, Brentwood, ring at frequent inter- MRS. PEARL B. GREEN -
the committee cited various countries
,.. individuals who contributed '' sw abroad
school and the week <
\ the 21st St. vals throughout :4.
the following, inadequacies '** I cash, clothing, food, where she had accompaniedthe *
the other which is To- with offers of clothing ? .
prevailing under the church and furniture to the kcxS Bishop. nation under her direc-
cated on Florida Avenue. for the Eastside fire
class oms setup : Eastside fire victims: .P Her leadership qualitiesas tion.
The spokesman also k
victims.
1. Improper equipmentmany CASH; Abyssinia Baptist supervisor of the It is requested that all*
stated that Negroes voted The response has beenso
( children were seen Church, $15.00. Mrs. Women's Missionary Society Missionary Women planning
in of the overwhelming that Eric '
heavily favor .
kneeling on the floor Marie Harrell. $3.00. JCENNETH WILLIAMS ,of the eleventh district i on attending either the
School Bond issue'last 0. Simpson, publisher of Institute and-a former
to write). 2. Inability ,
and
tryinj FOOD CLOTHING, FURNISHING .further enchanced, the. Atlanta or Little Rock
of churches to year, and had hopes of, the Florida Star has Army sergeant in World '
; of the organi- services wear white.
sere hot, nutritious seeing the double schools taken' steps to incorporatep Missionary Society of War 11. William, who is rogress. .
sessions eliminated 'Star Charities' fund asa 37 old is the opera-
years
throughthe
meal$; (milk and cold St. Matthew AME Church.
sandwiches are delivered building of new schoolsor permanent project to aid Ruby's Luncheonette, Mrs. tor of the Shell stationat Atty. Earl Johnson Cites
Floridians in distress. NW 62nd St. and 22nd
daily) 3. No blackboards classrooms. However, ,Rosa White. Mrs. Gilbert
of
and other neces- the spokesman said that Hundreds of pieces Hart, Mrs. Lottie Gilbert, :Avenue. Gains Fostered By NAACP,
clothing were taken along With the announcement
sary equipment. 4, Pews the group was willing to and a Miss Carolyn Gamble, Mrs. Jax NAACP Youth Council members were praised for
furniture
cause discomforts which go along with the school with some Victor 2840 Venue St; Mrs.C. of Williams' candidacycame successful unceasing battle to secure equal rights

results in dire effect board -for a brief period little the cash.various After pieces sorting W. Wright Mrs. Ocie the report that a for local minority groups while Jaxons were severely t

OI\'L pupil's ability to .until present conditionsare of clothing it was found Armstrong, Mrs. Annie Mc- massive registration cam- scored for their failure to take advantage of suc -

absorb lessons. 7. Some alleviated. The informant ,'that there are still se'Veral Neil, Mrs., Charlie Tomlin, paign will be launched ina cesses already gained, persons attending the council's

churches are locatedin. didn't carry this dozen pieces on hand I C. L. Taylor, 'Mrs. Mary few days under the cooperative public massing meeting at St. Paul AME Church were
places where childrenhad phase of the report any Marie efforts ,of the told last Sunday. ,
which will not fit any Cleveland Mrs. Har- -
to wade through deep further.A Miami NAACP. the Youth Serving in the sub-
of the victims. Therefore rell Mrs.. Evelyn Jackson,
water caused by heavy meeting of the PTA-. it was decided to Mrs. Yvonne Hastings, Mrs. Council of the NAACP and stitute role of principal .. ronize the desegregated

rains, and 8. Lack of Council with school store the access clothing A. B. Marshall,- Mrs.. car- the Florida Voters League. speaker was local NAACP facilities.
heating board officials was slated' Milton Hardrlck. who legal representative, that
centralized which -+11 be passed on to. rie Bogans; Mrs. Georgia Revealing .one
plants. for Rriday just after others who may fall in Lee; Johnson, Mrs. ertnaparker. spearheaded the Kennedy Atty. Earl M. Johnson, who third of Duval's popula-

A PTA committee spokesman .- the Star went to press.Report :distress at a future date. : ..Mr.s. Johnson 1332 Campaign in Florida, and replaced Rev. A. Leon tion is Negro heat
brought the school I Clothing, furniture and W. 16th St. ; Mrs. susie .Louis Moncur who has been Lowry, state NAACP president tributed failure of voter

official attention to some food stuff have been Fields. Mrs. Agnes Bro1l'1.- active in community affairs when his plane from I registration projects

supplied to theneedy_ Mrs. Idella Dozier. made it known Tampa was grounded. here to the 'What's in

Will Report .families, but there, is Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, jointly, that an effort is In praising the youth it for Me' attitude of
woman was children -' 1023 W. 7th 'being made to add 15.000 council's local of
A 25-year-old ;still a need for Mrs. saunders suc- the majority race

Stores'Surve.y beaten with a bottle last nand men's clothing, St., Mrs. Rosa White. Mrs. Negro registrations to cesses, Atty Johnson members.

Saturday during an argu- ,children boys and girls, 'Lottie Neal Mrs. Mamie :the electors' lists. noted, the breaking down Warning that some skir-

The 'NAACP Youth Councilat ment with her boy ,friend ranging in age from 7 Lee Sanders, Mrs. Beatrice Williams is the fourth of segregated variety pishes have been suc-

its public mass meeting police reports indicated months to 17 and men from Terrell', Mrs. Eve- Negro to vie for the store lunch counters, cessful but the battleis
for Sunday, Oct. 1
act Hiss Bernice King, of 19 to 40 years. lyn Dates, Mrs. Ann Hines Miami commission post. and the hiring of Negro far from won, the
at 4 'P.B. in St. Stephen 1254 W. Duval Street The fire which left five ville. Mrs. Beatrice Tulee..Mrs. ,1116 first.Sam B. Solomon clerks in a local shopping speaker entreated his

AHE Church. will give a, stated that she was engaged families comprising some Gissie Hastings Mrs. in 1943 followed by ,center establishment. listeners to give more

complete report on their in an 'argument' with twenty persons homelessand C. B. Williams Mr.and 0. L. Nickerson and Atty.G. However, at the same support to the local

neighborhood stores and her boy friend about a at least 15 without Mrs. Frank Jackson. Mrs. E. Graves who polle time, he caustically rights offensive and

businesses survey which woman and he struck her on clothing, occurred on sept. Elizabeth- Jenkins' Wrs. 2,898 votes in 1953. scored the apathy of stated. I don't like

has been in progress the_ left side of her face.. 6 when a four-alarm fire Evelyn Gates, Mrs.:Annette I local Negroes to take this two-class station,

during the past four employment practices of destroyed an apartment McDonald and ,Mrs. Alma Ralph Williams, brotherof advantage of non-segre- but many of the white

weeks. the areas concerned.At building at 935 East Union Jean Smith. Kenneth was an Unsuccessful gated seating in the local people don't know thatwe
Special council teams' Sunday Sept. In the event that the candidatefor courts, bus and rail "
: its Street. Istlq' don't like it. How
have been checking con- 17 mass meeting, the Among the victims are omitted the'naaes of. the Homestead City .terminal stations. Included ever, the attorney did

cerns doing business in- youth council announced Mr. and Mrs. Janie Banks any donors, please phone Commission in 1959. : [ in his scornful have words of high praisefor

predominantly Negro areas that the names of concerns parents of ten children, the office either...Monday or' critique were Negroes the Increasing numberof

checking Negro workers, which survey teams will Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnson Tuesday and it.. wj.ll. gladly who would rather eat whites now supporting

,job opportunities, salaries cite for flagrant prac parents of 7-month Include their.- natiVc Use 'Double, Duty' in "cubbyholes" formerly the NAACP's cause.

** .working conditions tices will, published,' twins with Mrs. Johnson in the Sept. 3',Oth:,issue: Dollars For Progress 'set aside for Colored

end have also Investigated I. in the Florida Star.. expecting, and the Qaain- )f. Jf. people rather than pat- *
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ERic O. SIMPSON.......-.....................................Managing Editor, rrk .. 4r ,, NAACP. branches hailed a reported decision
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ALYSON E. WISE......................................................News Editor ;*',"''. THE WHITE MEN OF ending racial discrimination an State Employ-
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HILDA WOOTEN..-........................................Circulation Manager !::' "'u-.. '...: '-\. THIS STATE HAVE A ment offices as a victory "for Negroes in ttiif
: t RIGHT TO RESORT TO state who have
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MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: : state supported job .discrimination."
,.. wr COMMAND TO STOP
2323 Mpncri.f Road...................................Phone Elgin 4-6782 -w NEGROES A Statement from the Tampa office of the NAACP
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referred to the story carried in Tampa newspa-

/ Mailing Address: per, which quoted John Boyles, administrative
P: O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida .w assistant to the Florida Industrial Commission

SUBSCRIPTION RATES i:w' Chairman- --- Worley Brown as confirming a meeting

One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 1, 1 n 01 office managers from across the .
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States state where the discussion took *9'S'
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'Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: .place.

FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDA fr 5WiL9 The story carried by the paper sta- .rLb4

ted that "district !
supervisorswere
Negro Schools, Negro Education v told they must drop the desig-

; nation of "colored" for the place ti
In A Deplorable Condition where separate headquarters t + 1

r L___ __ __ have 1 1ueeii .,.. (, ..-,
maintained tor Negro job seekers:
It has become popular among the intellectualset
to spe k of world problems when they want I At the meeting in Tallahassee, state officerswere

to exhibit their knqwledge of current topics. told that their program involved use of

A favorite subject for these members of the __ federal funds and that the federal government

'Halls of Ivy' set is the world population .. ; insisted on equal rights. The story'also state
WHIT E S g GO that "Negroes would insist on equal and
explosion. Their concern with affairs of a Rt:11ACY ttoa' non -
NATE AR segregated hiring offices for all "
vtOt.EN E workers.
global nature has led them to overlook the
Speaking for the NAACP, Field Secretary Robert
most important 'population explosion' of them :
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all-our school population in Duval County. w __ 41 1w. Saunders said that the Association had filed

Duval County Negro schools are bursting out several complaints in which the maintenance of
segregated offices by the Florida Industrial 4
all over. Many reasons have been given for =-'
the record enrollment but the reasons do not Commission was protested as a primary source of

I alter the fact that there is a tremendous TIH CHALLENGE: FUQM 1 MISSISSIPPI; MUST 13,,. MliT, Mli. PKLSUL.XT racial discrimination* which tended to make Negroes ,
'! the last hired in new and already estab
1 shortage of everything except students in the lished industries in Florida.

Negro schools of our county. Saunders pointed out that NAACP investigations
This shortage of classroom space shows thenecessity
in Florida had uncovered
the
practice of using I
for constructive leadership and Your Weekly the Commission as a 'screening agency for

careful planning in our school adminis- employers or industries moving into Florida.Hesaid

tration. Apparently 'Negro schools' were not Horoscope Guide that this practice tended to eliminate

considered during the planning sessions. At Negroes from employment and tended to strengthen -

the present time, all of our elementary, most WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR barriers against Negro employment.
of our-junior highs and sane senior high According to the
: BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL .. report, Lester She bel. office -
schools have double and even triple sessions.It I. manager for the Tampa office said that,
is significant to note what has been done
Negro job-seekers
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER have been registering in a
by the local administration to remedy the
ove crowded conditions.The .. separate office at the State Office Building.
ARIES After the first week of October Negroes and
logical thing to do is construct new j
this lesson in a rather' 6-20-44-15-65-624
Born March ,21 April Z(
administration has been through whites will be registered in the same offices.The .
schools. The very disagreeable fashion.
Regardless of your customary J Commission moved into its new offices in
schoolsfor
dilatory in the construction of new SAGITTARIUSBorn
Negro students. Each school year manynew conservatism, you 930221248932VIRGO >ior. 23 thru Dec. 21 Jacksonville on Thursday, the NAACP learned.

plants opened in predominately white are perfectly aware of The same practices as non-discrimination will
are
Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
neighborhoods. Usually Negroes are told to ..the fact that the worldis There is no call for any be practiced here.

wait until the 'bond issue' is passed.' This in a transitory stage. You continue to have changes, unless it be Saunders stated that the Chairman of the NAACP
planetary sanction to lookeverywhere to Sta Labor and Industry Committee is RichardW.
capable e
You are quite of apply the establishedrules
practice has not just started with this ad-
ministration. adapting yourself to for the key even more strictly.Do Powell of Miami. "We are working to, establish -
A look at the Mushrooming' Mon- changes, even if your that will open all doors not question orders a working committee in each branch and

crief-Magnolia_ area will bear out the lack of approach may seem on the to enlightenment. Go behind that are handed down youth council to follow-up on our work he

foresight on the pat of school officials. cautious side to those the scenes, tap-influ- from above in order to* said.

School No. 154 (Moncrief Elementary) was con- around yqu. As long as ential sources of informa- protect your future income The story in the Tampa paper stated that ?pressure l

structed with funds from a bond issue in the you adhere to this principle tion, or make discreet : and long-range pro-' from the National Association for the Advancement -

late 1940 'sl. School No. 158 was opened sev- you should not inquiries, Hifchever j ects of Colored People led to the mass i

eral years ago and has had to be enlarged. find the going too rough. gives better promise of' Y ou seem to, be impressed meeting in the capital of all the district c

Despite the fact that this is the fastest 5-70-88-19-25-578 yielding the desired in- by the possi- office employment managers. "

growing area in the Negro residential sec- formation. bilities of change, one

tion, plans are just being made to construct TAURUS The obstructions that which could >take some ran
Born ropics B.G
April 20 thru have f.f
Marty; impeded you are not of you to distant places.
additional school plants in the section.
likely to
yield easily, You may be ready to face
Although
Over two years ago plans were announced concerning you are quite but
you are not one to your responsibilities
likely to run across delays,
the building of a new school to takethe' red tape, procrastination give up without renewed but don t be lulled by

place of College Park and to relieve or labor troubles, thej and greater attempts to surface indications N3
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Isiah Blocker. Funds were said to be on hand. should not hold break them down. Line up .
for
you up 3-90-22-14-37-392
To date, ground has not been broken. The excuse all the assistance ,that ..
long You should have 'in
of no land is not good enough becauseall ample reserves of bright can be mustered in your CAPRICORN

citizens know that governmental'bodies can ideas and resourcefulness' corner. Born Dec. 22 thru JIUL 19 A2 ,'.

exercise eminent domain proceedings to obtain .
whenever you are challenged. Unless you are stillon '
land if want the 4-70-55-12-44-475 l 'jo Z\
they pascels. a vacation, or if J. rt dT
Last week make-shift classroom facilitieswere 366441562364GEMINI LIBRA you are not ,in the least x :\

opened up in several churches. Even Born Sept. 24 thru Oct..23 interested in material ";:Jf" :: III '

though mention was made early in the Spring outside: of the fact that things, you should find ...", f--KK, s.tmm .",,;,

concerning the probable use of church educa- Born May 21 thru June 21 'your duties may leave you this an excellent periodto \1\ ?. ?, ...._. _,
tional buildings nothing concrete was done
This is no time for impatience little time for pleasure indulge in extremely I&DTO: BORROW YOUR NEW RAINCOAT/-I: :
in time. We are not concerned with 'whose '
fault it is', church or school board,' but we plain speaking, this should be a fairly profitable pecuniary WON'T WANTTO T"YOUR NEW DRESSWETlContinental '' f
smooth week. Agreements activities. If cannot .
or Jumping to conslusions.You you --
do know that hundreds of children are in makeshift should not 'may;,be considered betweenyou take immediate advantageof Features
pass up a
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I facilities without desks, blackboards, chance to* reorganize your and the one who, has a opportunities that

hot lunches and other essentials.' We would ideas, and to draw up a stake in your worldly crop up during this long

like to compare the Negro 'church schools plan of action for the rest. achievements. Labor Day weekend, try
with the schools provided for the .
other chil-
of the quarter There is a There are additional signs to arrange things in a

dren in the churches. risk involved if you try- that* you may be on the way that will enable you ,..
It is almost unbelievable to find that there.is to do 1 1i 1sS
to so early
press your allies too :serge of a resounding
a shortage.of teachers in Negro schools. hard
or against their inclinations success. 1-80-99-13-57-189
We are told that there are nearly a thousand i

applicants for jobs in our county., In almost AQUARIUS -

every school there are classes with forty, 8-10-66-12-42-816 1-20-55-18-75-125 Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

fifty and even sixty students in-them. Most SCORPIO There may be some
elementary classes haae far over the recommended CANCER
Bern June 22 thru July! 22 Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 splendid opportunitiesto
load. lay the cornerstone

Among the reasons given for not hiring additional The prospect of the plea- The one who goes farthest for a,way of life that' '

teachers are lack of funds and the sures and gains to come is often the person who will be secure and even : i

research' director's predictions of the 'prob- may be based more on fantasy confides in very few of opulent. Take whatever

able school pop elation'. The irony of the than fact. ,,Improved his or 'her intimates, and comes your.*way- .*. ,
situation is that according to the research relations with those who almost never in-strangers. There doesn't seem to ,

directors theories, the children are not come into contact with you, What no one knows definitely be any urgency about ,

supposed to be in school yet they are there. during your daily rounds does not hurt terminating the pastimes .

Prognostications just don't work in all cases. should be one of your q(or When you are *in doubt.: '. or pleasures you had .

The STAR is not attempting to place the blame objectives for the rest of be guided as well by what cut out for this- enchanting I f f.1S
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,for. our .school .problems, on anyone but the the you have learned through time of the
month. Youcan sake
past .
experience.Hold -
persons responsible. The culprits are YOU Mr. an excellent start in this year. .
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intimate .. .
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and Mrs. John Q. Citizen. It is importantthat direction .
you take an interest in the affairs 'of .. with a person who :: f : : :: '
7-30-77-12-32-737 is not rac ,
afraid 4 KEN KNIGHT
tosay'outloud -" >
our schools. Just this year the need for know- 'what .he or.-sb'e Bom Feb.. IS f ttru Maeh .- .,'-' '. ..,.,0"d.,. -
ing your budget commission became very plain. : : "
LB9 thinks .' --- Invites You To Listen To '
Piscians ,
Unless you take an interest and let school ... Some may findit
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flora July 23 ihra Aug. 23 "
There
a always isthe
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officials know that advantage
you are concerned you Ton cannot escape"rthe materially "KNIGHTTRMN"Starting
will continue to get 'the short end of the possibility that you our to marry, or to take ', ,
stick. In the past we have closed the gate obligations imposed by have taken warnings in a partner, with the ?
econoaic ,coaditiO '. official At 7:00 P. M. Nightly :
after the cow is 9ut, ,we must now begin toE lightly, up till now. purpose of making their ',
buiid better fences and look after our children mandates and. the'demands Should this, be' so.' .'yonay economies more stable.. (
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..J'bontPeopJeA Career 'diermIVLVisfR; / : Bethel Women's Baptist's DayIs Varick. Memorial


1r"r- cx'14 -
PlayA
T programs
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large number of DCT students have enrolled at s SundayThe .
Brewster Hospital..' Mrs. Alice Coleman the instructor
women of Bethel Baptist mock trial will be pre-
announced a wider area has been opened for t 3 .. sented Sept. 28th in Varick
Church southside will observe -
the DOT class., The students represent all of the high ,
schools ,in the, city and many of them have expressed a' % their annual Women' Memorial AME Zion Church,

desire to make a career of hospital work. :; : ; : Day Sept. 24, beginning with 9th Street and Myrtle Avenue

1:7: : the Sunday School at 9: 30 A. The program is being sponsored -

-- y. t 4 1 M. and a guest superintendentand by three AME. Zion cht

.. ches, Walters Memorial, Andrew -
teachers.The .
guest
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officers for the day Jackson, sponsor; Varic
Mrs. Herman Callender has returned home after at- Love
Bessie
Memorial, Mrs ,
: are: Mrs. Bettye Kellam,
tending :'the National Baptist Convention in San Francisco I

Calif. She is a member os First Baptist Church. general chairman, and Mrs.I sponsor; Anderson Chapel

.. c Maybelle Cherry, cochairman. Lewis Bryant, sponsor.

1 ..; t f Mrs. Sallie Johnson The title of the event will
e '
9 .; ;M: will serve as acting pastor be "The County of Thunder,

,Enjoying her annual vacation State of Lightning." Featured -
with her mother, Mrs A. for the day. Mrs. Katie

W. Qilds. 1228 Cleveland St. this week is- farmer I Albritton is chairman of the characters are Mrs.

J axozr, Miss Alfreda Holmes who is employed as a -J program committee.The Carolyn Limbric and Paul Al-

(secretary with Monteford. Hospital lnc New York City's annual message will be len. t

Bronx. Miss Holmes gradu- I delivered by Mrs. L. B. Carter -

rh !, ated from Walker' s Business A at the 11 a.m. worship Jf. 1f. +

College and took advanced ,j hour. Mrsl Carrie Maddox FLORIDA STARIN
f 1 Y :.. 7 -'l-.Ji: ';: ---.
I study in electronic machines : eo will be the speaker at the EVERY
I
in evening worship hour which
New York City. During RETURN FROM GERMANY --- Wellknown Jaxon, Sgt, Linwood Cain Jr. and his family left
her stay here she begins at 6 p.m. Both spea- COLORED HOME
"} renewed Sunday for his current continental assignment at Fort Sill, Okla. after having
acquaintances kers are instructors in the
with numerous recently completed a three and one half years assignment with the U. S. Forces in )(.
friends. Miss public school system.
Holmes
was nn Germany. The Cains were house guests of his mother, Mrs. Lois Cain of 2042 Mon-
active member of Laura St. Presbyterian-Ch h'IDe; .
left crief Avenue. Shown seated from left: Mrs. Lois Cain, Mrs. Mary Al Cain, and Sgt. i
Thursday with her mother and
step father for her Cain. Standing from left: Angela Wendle Grace, and Debra Cain. )
maternal grandmother and other relatives
before
returning .
to New York. ,,f
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S :Century S.S. Club. :/ .
Leaders Address Stork'Deliveries 1' ;
Held Successful
Among the many Jaxons celebrating September birthdays, Deltas' Executive ..'. >,. ..--...-....
) w
h
Anniversary FeteMrs.
are: J. W. Williams, an instructor at Duval Vocational _

School; Sept. 7th; Uriah Potee, Star/ Edition editor; WASHINGTON D. C. -- Several I w' ;''

Sept. 9th; P..J. Jenkins Sept. 15th and Alyson E. top-ranking national leaders < Mabel Breeden presi- '; S
BIRTHS AT BREWSTERMr. ; _
dent, officers and members
Wise Florida Star news editor Sept. 20th. urged the help of Delta a ... ..

Sigma Theta. Incl. in the of the Century Social I .. __ -, .,:. .
,v, "
Savings Club are jubilantover "
fight against broad national and Mrs. Grover ; ,, A'1 _.. ,

Miss Elizabeth Holmes left the city recently for problems, at the organiza- Hagans 2419 Spirea St. the success of their x': t

Brooklyn New York and Birmingham Ala. to visit tion's Executive Board meeting Boy. 10th anniversary program .,t r. ., ,

relatives and friends. She is a member of Friendly which was held recentlyin
held here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
,Baptist Church and a Practical Nurse at Duval Medical St. Paul AME Church.
Center. One of the leaders was Mrs. Prater, 1724 West 26th .
: Mrs Cora Booker was ,; :.!;
Esther Peterson, newly-S St., Boy.
crowned queen with Mrs. T : ')
appointed Assistant secretary Mr. and Mrs. Marvin v' .J!' ;.;.
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Mrs. Vermeil Porter,' R. N. of Brewster Methodist' of Labor. She urged Jenkins, 1318ft} Pearce Mildred Francis being $ A: .y -\. .if.

.Hospital has returned to work after being out for named runner up. '4f1 '
Deltas to help promote St., Boy. { .
several weeks due to illness. Mrs. Porter is super The club is grateful for .
passage of state and Federal Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
visor of the hospital's Supply Department.
the wonderful cooperation
I( laws to protect the nation's ,Johnson 1068 West 4th t Pr fs
.
given by the City's many ; f pt
workers particularly its St. Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Naham McClellan of 1664 W. 16th Street. women workers who, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge clubs and friends in help-

left the city recently for Detroit Mich. to attenda r often work ing it reach this year's
Peterson said, Wright, 745 Court C,
12 day Episcopal Church Conference. They are ac- goal. .
hours than men for (Twins) 2 Boys.
compained by Mrs. Marie Stewart. longer The president also wishesto BEAUTY HINT.- Your complexion is a delicate ins-
less pay. Mr. and Mrs. Willie trument and should never be abused with strong soaps
commend the
) The nation's employment 'Clemons, 644 Court H, many harsh bleaching creams or allowed to face all kindsof

Mrs. Mary Taylor has returned home after spending sev- !problems will not be solved Girl. program participants who weather without a protective cosmetic barrier.

eral weeks visiting relatives and friends in Fort Dev-. workers aided in making the eventa
by sending its women : Mr. and Mrs. CharlesSilas'
Boston. Framingham and New York. Her trip was A
prize
ens success. was
she added, nothing 1025 West 7th
home, Greater
quite enjoyable, she said. awarded the club with Payne I
that the challenge is to St., Girl.

find employment for all who Mr. and Mrs. Charles the hand.largest representationon Women Slate .

Brewster Hospital Nurses are back on the job after want to work.Another Jones 1038 Troyan Street ,

oyingpleasant vacations. Returning are: Mrs. Vera of the leaders was Bo y. C. P. Johnsonprincipal Annual I Don'tlet
( i Day
Size, R. N. Mrs. Inez Rivers, R. N. Mrs. Anita Dr. Whitney Young newly{ Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest speaker, wished the club

IM1n R. N. Mrs. Bettye Blalock R. N. Mi*. 31siCakes. < appointed Executive Directorl Wright 1645 Windle. greater success during. letPRljjjMCY
The women of Greater Payne
R. N. and Mrs. Lillie Merritt R. N. Urban League. their next anniversaryprogram.
of the National Stn Girl. AME Church have made final

-- He urged Deltas to help Mr. and' Mrs. Simon preparations for the observance mfs Morff

/ dvenlurersT M. Bass newcomers adjust to their,' Moorer 1843 24thSt. Columbus SmithIn of Women's Day

new community.environments, Girl.
scheduled for Sept. 24.
> Hold Fete Mrs.Be Honored and to help tell the Urban Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Recital Officers are: Mrs. EstellaB. Keep your tigh,!dry skin smooth

Th Adventurers Club will non-dramatic LincolnCt. .and soft with MOTHERS nuiHP.
League story of Fluckers, 689 N.
Collins
chairman and
Here Sunday Neglect of body skin tissues
obs -ve its 6th anniversarySep aimed at mending Girl.
projects Mrs. Altamese L. Moore is during pregnancy may show up
25 at 8 p.m. in the l various social ills. Mr. and Mrs. John -=- cochairman.The for the rest of your life. This famous .
Central CME Church will.. skin conditioner is especi
Edu tional building of Wes honor Mrs. Margaret Bass, Among the social ills men Williams, 618 Court G, captains include: Mrs.E. ally compounded to relieve the
Unio Baptist Church. tioned by Dr. Young are employment f discomfort of that stretched feel.
Girl. B. Collins Mrs. A. L
wife of the pastor Rev.D.
Th event will be in the outnumber ing in your skin. You'll find a
W. Bass with an where Negroes Mr. and Mrs. 'Joseph c ci Moore Mrs. Clara Hobbs MOTHIRS-FRIEND massage can

} form of a musicale featuring appreciation tea Sunday whites two to one Nelson, 1811 West 22nd Mrs. M. L. Clark Mrs. Macon bo soothing for that numbing
Mrs.,Elnora Clipper and Mrs. and family breakups; invol- I In legs and back, too.. Take
Sept. 24 in the 'basement, St. Boy. Watson Mrs. Essie B. Sto-
c' skin with
care body
your
Clementine Mrs. of the na
Wiggins. of the church. ving 62 per cent Mr. and Mrs. Stepney wers Mrs. Bessie DeSue MOTHIKS ITUEKD. YOU will never
'Alice Martin will serve as .
i
Mrs. Abiah Shehee will be tion's Negro families.Wedding. Gailyard; 1576 S. 28th Mrsl Marie Singleton Mrs. regret it:
accompanist.Mrs.
Elsie Thomas Sarfpson. the speaker for the St. Boy. r Myra D. King Mrs. J. M. DrugStores h

scheduled Mr. and Mrs. James r Hodge. Mrs. Celestine Waye. M--.S I.
iii announcedthat occasion which is \ 5P'
president, has BellsAPPLICATIONS Everywhere ;.
.
all clubs of the city fram 4 to 6 p.m. Gibson 5204 Bunch Dr. 4 > Mrs. Edna Brunson.

a oy. Also: Mrs. Walterene Brown
fcave been invited.
.III ,FOR ;: Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Mrs. R. Ml Mills Mrs. R. M. MOTHERSFRIEND

MARRIAGE LICENSES. Hughes, 5417 Callaway Mills Mrs. Vivian Stephens *

Willie Bowes 749 DeWitt St. Circle, Boy. Mrs. Annie P. Glenn and Mrs.
IOjeaAd4Izt.1T' 19 and Mary J. Hayward, 1964 W. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kedessa Stewart. A Prof..'.t Of S.S.I COl.t: .''ty Allafl'J. Cl

8th St. 14.Tommy Pi ttman 1072 PearlSt. Columbus Smith,-wellknown --

Bostick, Jr., 915 W. Apt. 3, ,Boy. .
and ,
pianist 4
gospel singer,
Monroe St.. 26 and Gladysteen r
JOief/oio./ Tucker 960 W. Ashley St., 18. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy organist will feature the

Henry J. Taylor 2051 Yulle St. Johnson 2502 W. 30th Artonia social Savings

25 and Dollie J. Edwards' 2051 St Girl. Club's 15th anniversary .
Yulle St... 23.
Mr. and Mrs' Daniel
slated for Sunday .
program
.. HE WORLD'S MOST Tyrone N. Neal 1146 Sumner Edwards 558 Minosa Circle .
xMyi
Rd. Washington, D. c., 22 and. night at 8 p.m. in Trinity
MAGNIFICENT. BOURBON Patricia L. Durant, 21. ,! East Jax. Girl. Baptist Church Duval at a

3 Robt.-J.':Gantt 1823'Foster St,. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Jefferson sts.A -tx,

1CLwu.w Montgomery, Ala.. 26 and Doris! Shaw 2332 LantanaAve. native Jaxon, Mr. Smith's : ,
E. Townsend 1551 Louisiana St,
., Boy.Mr. .
*rnNt4ao 19. I homecoming recital will be

Robt A. Speed, 1947 W. 5th, 27 I .' and Mrs. Albert supplemented by his sister, _

and Marjorie J. Jones,. 1532 Perry 2164 PlacedaSt. Mrs. Irma Jean Saith Odom
Franklin St. 26. 'x.t. .
., Boy. known as the religious.
Wm. Bell, 746 DeWitt St. 21 Willie 4-
Mr. and Mrs. elocutionist, his mother, 7'w
and Edith Freeland 746 DeWittSt.
18. Anderson, 11401 Port Mrs. Emma ,Mae Smith, well- 7

Charlie Moore 314 MagnoliaSt. Caroline Road Boy. known gospel soloist .yF :

21 and Lucile McNeil, 902- That AJrtrttM With U Trinity's Junior Choir, and ..: i1 ? ... _
Jackson St. 18. Flews
.. of the city's gospel
'" Gerald N.' Sharps 1235 PippinSt. Waat Y.., BAnJ ... many Her mother or her sister?

., 24 and Gladys Bailey 941% R sp.ct Y..r bee groups.CoMMCHCIAk .

Florida-Ave, 23. s t I BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR

Jesse Swabb 1539 W. Beaver ,
;rW"DO" AOVCBTISIM HOMES
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St, 67 and Lula Williamson, 1539 I Whether you want the excitement of a different
.
W. Bayer St..6.,-, "in: I hair shade or want to give new life to dull or

Ir Johnny Crawford Jr. 1135 W. ... ., gray hair..inaict on the long-lasting haircolor
] 12th St;23 and Delores McIntyre. in the famous red package-Godefroy'.

515 Johnson St). 19. RbALAR'SIULiOa ; .Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete in

',' one package-there's nothing else to buy.
-' TOOTHACHEDon't TELEPHONE -4-1894 /

mI suffer needlessly. Get speed1 rh tlr/Ir 18 LOVELY
lief from Wobbmt pa- of tooth** COLORS
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with fast actiax ORA-JEL Fatatoes "
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tonutsaJ'srausnrea eawwper : .CLARENCE SIMON 515 DAVIS STREET .
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,Baptist Bartley Temple Bishop Greene Directs Historic Event Moriah's '


t Sundays Announced.Servicesr Methodist Church & -- <* T '*****s >Jt.*m, >*i .:u--" ""-.:8tfV;S MTC-, : .A i Women's Day

GAINESVILLEServices Set For Oct. 22

at Bartley Temple Metho-
rites will be
Baptismal
dist Church were, highly Moriah
held in Second Baptist The women of Mt.
enjoyed by those in attendance a r z j6 ,4.P.
Church Tuesday Sept. 26, last Sunday.Rev. AME Church at Oak and

at 7:15 P.m. Rev. J. L. Stonewall Streets have
Dell
Damon pastor, a! i r i =1lYt
Hall the assistant delivered a, soul stirring completed plans for their

pastor will be in message which was followed a. .p I 3k1 annual Women's Day obser-

charge. Following the by a wonderful love .
: vance scheduled for Oct. 22
Bible
and ser-
prayer .
feast and testifying.The
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Officers
elected
yices, the monthly busi- are: Mrs.
Senior Choir furnished j 1
ness meeting. will be Clara Jackson, chairman
music and feelingsran i
held. high through the day. Mrs. Essie M. Dye cochairman -

Services for, this Sun- On Sunday night, Mrs.L. ; Mrs. ,Odess Land

day, begins with Sunday H. Stroble accompaniedMrs. secretary ; Mrs. A. H.
School at 9:30 ,a.m. C. M.
Margaret T. andS. Thorpe, pastor for the day.
Vaught, general superintendent Long to Spring Hill 4 Departmental chairman:
and L. C. Baptist Church where I
Mrs. Alberta Reid,
program
assistant
Chester, superintendent the Choirs Union pre-
will be in I and Mrs. Carolyn Carswell
sented a splendid pro-
charge of the activities.Rev. gram. co-chairman; Mrs. Arusha

Hall will review PersonalsEddie ;.,4 Mingo. finance; Mrs. Etta

the lesson 'Gaius." A C. Hammond of 506E. Cherry, decoration; Mrs.

Christian Layman and Fortune St. Tampa, Delores Jackson, music
i ti
will deliver the sermons spent the weekend with
for major services. his ,sister and father at Mrs. Barbara J. Robinson

Consecration for the here. publicity; Mrs. Mary Nealey
St.
319 NE 18th ,
deacons, deaconessess Mrs. L. Sullet and Mrs. t youth; Mrs. Margaret A.

ushers and choir will beheld Stroble visited Mrs. Butler, sponsors and ads;
at 10:45 a.m.
Marie Benson who is con- Mrs. Geneva B. palmer
Morning workship beginsat. fined with illness at Sunday School; Mrs. Oretha
11; a.m. Benson is
her home. Mrs.
At 3:30 p.m. the Deacon- much improved. She is a Dugger tags; Mrs. Estella

essess Board 1. will member of Mt.. Pleasant McDaniel hospitality; Mrs.

sponsor its anniversarytea Methodist Church. She is : ; Elvira Willi a ms, steering;
in the lower audi- ,
employed at the Standard Mrs. Jessie Myers ushers.
torium of the church. : '
Training Center. Captains are: Mrs. Mary

Baptist Training Union Miss Josephine 0. Scott. _,,,,., .... r ;:t1a .. .... ,. Shanks, Mrs. Clara Jackson,
will -:;;;:;- :"' ""E" :;;O ,-..__ __ ___ __'0 :',;'..L1t t.It: oor".A'i".l': <<' ". +'.i. "
be held at
5:45 p.m.
also employed at the Mrs. Lillie M. Jones Mrs.
Mrs. R. H. Morrissette Training Center, is much GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY---Bishop S. L. Greene, pre- struction of an Episcopal district residence became a
Margaret Rice
Mrs.
Mer-
assisted by Alexander improved following her siding prelate of the Eleventh Episcopal District of reality. Included among those present were district

Heard, will be in chargeof recent illness.'Funeral the AME Church, (shown with shovel), headed ground- presiding elders members of the clergy and AME laymen' cedes Granger Mrs. Callie

the business assem- Notice breaking ceremonies at Edward Waters College campus and women. facCall, Mrs. Arusha Min o,

blies. Final rites for Lacy Tuesday as the initial phase of preparation for con- (Avery Studio Photo) Mrs. Mary "Riggins Mrs.

Evening worship beginsat Powers 65, 822 NW Fourth Henrietta Barnes, Mrs. Etta

7 p.m. Place, who died Sept. Fountain Chapel laura Street JointObservanceSlated Cherry Mrs. Marie Ousley,
The Belle Waters Young IS, will be held Sundayat First Baptist
Choir, under the' direction Mrs. Madelyn Haynes Mrs.A. .
2 in Old
p.m. Jeru- AME Church's Oct. 15th
of Charles T. salem Baptist Church PresbyterianChurch H. Thorpe,' Mrs. EssieM.

Maxwell will sing, and Booker Fl a. Sunday ProgramRev. AnnouncesActivities Lewis MemorialLewis Dye and Mrs. Carolyn
the Junior Usher Board
He leaves to mourn : NotesBY Ca rswell.The .
under the supervision of Mrs. Ada Powers, widow; F. W. Jones, pas- youth captains are
Mts. A. S: Jackson, and two sons Troy and Albert tor, announces that Sun- L. N. PEARSON SR. Memorial AME Church
Mrs. L. Blount will serve Powers; four daughters day is Trustees' Day and BY ROSA L. COFffE has scheduled a joint Misses Thomasina Conner
throughout the day, and Sunday School will open Carrie Albright, Patricia
Mrs. Sadie Dorsey Mrs. requesting all members to observance for the annual -'
also for the Tuesday Alberta Grant Mrs. Alice do their full duty in Sept. 24 at 9:30 a. m. withT. Sunday School begins at Mens and Women's Bryant Mozella Myers and

night service. Kerkley and Miss Shirley supporting the board. V. Huger, superintendent, 9:20 a.m. Sunday withG. Mrs. Bettye Bethea. TheRe
Day with the women in
The nursery for small Powers, also a host of Sunday School begins at and instructors in charge. W. Scott superintendent charge of the morning D. B. Thorpe is pastor

children is open each other relatives and 9:30 a.m. and membersand The entire Sunday Schoolare and instructors in
Sunday from 8:30 a.m. friends. friends are urged to charge. The lesson will hour of worship and the '
asked to be at their
until after night ser- Police Report have their children in will be reviewed by Rev.C. men directing the evening Usher Boards

vices. Eugene Hammond 811 NW classes on time. Adults posts promptly and on timeso B. Dailey, pastor. The worship on Oct. 15.

Parents are invited to 8th St. was admitted to are invited and their. as to avoid' unnecessary 11 a.m. morning worship Officers for the morning Meet Sunday

leave their childrenin Aluchua County Hospital cooperation is asked. delay. devotions will be led by will include: Ida Scott, I

the care of trained with injuries received Morning service beginsat Rev. Franklin D.. Wilson the deacons of the Mrs. Ruby Usher Boards 1 and 3 of
chairman ;
attendants during the during a fight with two 11 a.m. with the will bring the message at church. The pastor will co-chairman Mrs. Grant Memorial AME Church

various services. and other men at Tropicana choirs serving throughoutthe the 11 a.m. service. The have charge of the ser- Lewis ; will hold their 4th Sun-

,pr ograms. Grill on NE 8th Ave. day. At 11:30 Westminster Choir will vice. Choirs 1 and 2, the M'attie Blakely acting day spiritual meeting

Sept.. 16 police repp 'clock, the message will Brotherhood Choir, the pastor for the day; Mrs.
24 in the home of
Men's Day rted. be delivered by a guest serve the rites with Mrs. Youth Chorus and Usher ,Annie Morris, secretary; Sept.
Jludyne Watsoh at the organ. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shipp .
pastor.At
During the affray Ham- Board 2 will serve Mrs. Lucille Morrison, m

Sept. 24th AtDaptist mond was stabbed in the 12:45 p.m. Rev. All choir. members are throughout the day. treasurer Mrs. Nancy Marti 1663 W. 33rd street at

back and was kicked in Marie Washington will asked to be in robes by The BTU will observe chairman Mrs. 4:30 p'm..

Grace in the kidney. have charge of the ser- 10:50 clock. I at short program withW. program All boards members and
,
of
His alleged assailants. vice. This program is The Communicant Classes F. Tillman president, Mamie Head chairman friends 'are invited to
Wesley McLarthy and being held for benefitof presiding at 5:45 p.m. steering committee,; Mrs. Thelma/Mc-
attend. Mrs. -
''The Men of Grace Baptist Clinton Mclntose were the annual Women's Day for Adults are now in Evening worship startsat Virene Roberts and Mrs.

Church will observe their arrested 'for disorderly I program. Evening worship session Wednesdays at the 7 p.m. Gilbertine, decorations.A Kesson and 'rs. Willi ship

annual Men's Day Sept. 24, conduct. Officer C. Ken- begins at 7 p.m. The church and begin at 7:30 The Male Chorus rehearsal yputh program will are the hostesses. Mrs.

beginning with the Sunday dall investigated, message for the day will p.m. Last Wednesday, we begins at Truly Isnon and W. M. JMal -
be presented at 3:30 p. m.
School. be delivered at 7:30 p.m. had a visitor to our class. 8 p.m. Monday. Tuesday colm presidents. '
The men have chosen as Rev. Campbell, pastor of night's Prayer Meeting under the direction of

their officers James Lee Jaxon !Is Cited Lewis Memorial AME Church David W. Pearson of starts at 7 'clock. Miss Jacquelyn Robertsand Alien'Chapel t

Hodge general. chairman; and his congregation are Philadelphia Pa. He is the Wednesday night's Bible Gloria Davis, chair -

Deacon M.C. Way cochairman U_ .Cft expected to direct the brother of L. N. PearsonSr. Study, which starts at man and co-chairman Celebrates

; J. W. Anderson after-service program president of the 7 o'clock, will be con- respectively. Men's Day Sunday .

program committee; AndrewA iti. j1E which is being sponsoredfor Senior Choir. Visitorsare ducted by the pastor. At Officers for the night

,! Robinson finance benefit of Women'sDay. 6:30 p.m. Thursday the
:chairman; Ernest Walthour 4 always welcome to the weekly Boy Scouts meeting service are: David Scott, The men of Allen Chapel

decorations Robert Lee Rev. S. E. Fields, Communicant Class. Children will be held in the chairman ; Rev. James AME Church will observe

Jackson, music committee; pastor of Bethel AME s Communicant Classes .church annex. Campbell Harry Roberts their annual Men' s Day

Thomas Lee Jackson court- Church Callahan and will be held at the churchon First Baptist Church, Roosevelt Lee Orbia activities Sept. 24 with

esy committee; David congregation will render Saturdays beginning at 1025 Jessie St. welcomes Clark Jr. Orbia ClarkSr. male voices furnishingthe
Anderson, tag committeeand services at Fountain to'share
all people in
z. 5 p.m. The Young Adults ., and J. Harper, singing.
W. R. Walker, public Chapel Tuesday night its services.
meets Sunday at 6 p.m. at .
relations. Sept. 26. Mrs. Irene

At 3 p.m. the Rev. Eddie I Austin is program- 3066 Woodlawn Rd.. xk q$ .

Burroughs of Orange Park sponsor. Friends and the The North Florida Presbytery ._ I

will be the speaker. general public. a.re. invited met Thursday Sept. now it's Pepsi .

.. a, _
:,.. :a.. 21 at the Presbyterian
'
West Union t.I :'4!."!.'. Fountain Chapel AME I
.f'.1J .
.0" r' ", '" ,if' '',.. Church: 1Gl nwood, Fla. !ha forthose who think
iI
; 1-:.. : Church is located at young
> :.'.\. ,.--:. > :.( i! Delegates representing
:
Plans -, i7'" 645 Franklin Street.
Joint .
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:,, :... : "" 1" Laura St. were Elder JohnB. I ih IHIU Today wefreonthe go as never before. We lead the full life.
lc.il
,
,. .;;,, ."- : ?1'< -.:' Darby who attended with \ is the life for
.. "' 11his Pepsi-light bracing cleantastinginiliiiiiimiijjiillli
,
AnniversariesJoint ; ", '--" .. "" '. ,: i <
Sunday Meeting our pastor. The session '
Pepsi-Cola. At stores fountains
"Pepsi
please
Willie ?. Cannon .Jr. began at 9:30 a.m.Appreciation. say 1
anniversaries will son of Mrs. Janie F. Planned For
be observed Sept. 24 at Cannon of 1431 W. 21st
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West Union Baptist Church Street and a former Healing TempleThe [ 1.:." :..... -0> .., '.:;:'f"" '\. J
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for Districts I, 2, 3, 6, instructor at Matthew W. Tea ;.i...;. ",,!-c.?,_.," 'J'>j
8 and 19 at 3 p.m. in the Gilbert High School is -p.-t. -vt-l'
president and officers J ;
auditorium of the church.. now an instructor in the tI.i. ;
of the Revelation :
Mrs/ Margaret Bass, wife
A program will be pre- ;
Dade Public School sys- Spiritual Temples of '.. ._
sented for the occasion. I of Rev. D. W. Bass, pastorof : r': 1
tem. recent electionhe '
: In a Applied Christianity are .-. :
District 11 meets Sundayat was chosen chairmanof Central CME Church, ,: ; -:
requesting all Bishops ".
3 p.m. in the home of Area 7 t which includes Mothers, Elders, Mis- will be cited during an .. ,1-.= ; : .
Mrs. Ethel Wilson, 31st 10 Negro, 12 white and J
sionaries and members to Appreciation Tea Sunday.The : f :
Street and Myrtle Avenue. .
2 Jewish schools k
on
attend the Fourth Sunday affair will be held from .
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The Pulpit Aid Board .r:
Miami Beach. The ,
many Union slated for the ,
5917 4-6 in the basementof ; .
Trustee Board and Dis- p.m. li "
friends of Mr. Cannon in Avenue B. Healing Temple.At .
trict 5 will meet Sunday ,and'around the Jackson- that time Holy the church. .'. <.! .

after 1 morning worship. ville area are .happy to Communion will be ad- Program principals will :

Alston learn of the honors ministered. All personsare include: Mrs. Evelyn C; d. \ ,

Mrs which he has achieved. urged to be on time. Green, introduction of a i: .. ri-Y.. P .

Heads Program They wish him continued Rev. Gussie Mae Edward, mistress of ceremonies; '.., $ '

success. president: Bishop Frazier -.
Mrs. Lois Morrison, welcome; ,-
Mrs. Lillian Alston and Sister ElizabethGreen

chairman of the Women's 104'-Year state secretary. Mrs. Lucille Morrison, response I .

Day drive of New Bethel ; selection, Central'sCborus ..
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AYE Church has announced Sets PrecedentOld .... y 2; reading Mrs. r (. .T-4 -.

events leading up to the .,JLeonk Daniels';' solo, Mrs. .. ; -

annual observance. BECOMES A JMTHER Georgia Lewis; reading, ," ,.4",. / J 44
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Youth :day will be held CLEVELAND, Ohio .,. One ofthe Mrs. Ida Scott: solo. r .' <- .
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,Sept. 24 at 1L, a.m. Mrs. most outstanding individuals -: Deacon Melvin Grace; I iiCa
L.B. Hall and Mrs. B.W. :i this .r :. rr I
here is Johnnie .introduction of speaker. "
Ziegler are chairman and .,
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co-chairman respectively. Johnson Sr., who at the age Mrs. A. P. Cook; speaker -- ;

of 104. last week became Mrsl Abiah Shehee "
The sale chorus will give years week and .
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF JACKSONVILLE
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at the night the proud father of a. presentation Mrs. Sarah .
recital service :
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!aiflesvHI. And Area Nw$ ," Simpson's I Organization Aids Needy School Children! I

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I Sunday Sept. 10th was quite, a busy day among the Group. S.IeCted

churches. St. Paul CHE observed Women's Day and
Annual women's Day will
reater Bethel AlE observed. Men s Day.
I be observed at Simpson

.Wimberley. Juniors; Mrs. 'Methodist.%Church Sept. 24 _
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Paul began Sun- a {
'fSt. School with Mrs. Catherine Michele intermediates with activities for the L A
day beginning with the Y' AIy l
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Scrivens as Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. ,
Taylor seniors 1 C. W.
guest superintendent, ; ,with Mrs. Erma, Baety :,pM
!Mrs.' Eunice Carter, Norton, seniors 2 and serving as guest superih* 4 t

guest secretary. Sunday James Plumber, adults. tendent and Mrs. Doris It .r pL

School teachers were as Mrs. Thelma Jordan, Grant Cynthia King,
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Hadossah Builard Jessie j 1
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principal of- A. Quinn
follows I .
: Jones Elementary School ossie, Jimmie L. Smith ." -: -' ,* .*i;,,
Miss Inez 0. Jackson Miss Lois Folson and Hiss i' _

Miss Inez A. Jackson, was guest reviewer. Ida Fleming teachers and

Miss Sylvia Price, Mrs. Rev. Eugen Braxton Mrs. Frances Walden will

I Elizabeth Walton Weis, Reddick Elementary School 1 review the lesson.

principal, was,speaker for Mrs. Eva.B Parks of the
Mrs. Nellie 'Peoples
the morning service. Woman's Division of Chris-
I Miss Gladys
Perry* and
Service of the Methodist
Morris Allen sang, 'TheL'ord's
I Hayes,. instructors of Mrs. Church 'will be the morning ,
classes 1 thtough 6 re-i Prayer. speaker: Music will be y
spectively. Mrs. Janie Mildred Parker, presided. furnished by the female Y ) 3

Aimsicale was presented at chorus Grant Memorial' r 4a
Morton, Norton was guest .
I reviewer. 3 p.m. Trinity Methodist Trio, and Mrs.' Virginia ___(t., }'':' '-

I Among, the audience were Church of Lake, City 'par- soloist.Cameron will be guest FOR NEEDY SCHOOL CHILDREN --- Over a thousand dollars were spent in a most worthwhile manner recently when

members of the Ame- ticipated in the first members _of the Florida Charitable and Benefit League Inc. purchased shoes and clothing which were given
seen Others to appear are:
I llattes Social Club who part and ,the Choral Mrs'. Mary Cowser, Mrs. some 600 needy school children. Shown in photo is some of the clothing being prepared for distribution.

'were on ,hand to lend their Group had charge of .Thelma Ray Mrs. Emma Members standing from left are: Mrs. Hanna Bryant Mrs. Lula Dawkins Mrs. Bonnie Frazier, Mrs. Jerome

support to member Edna the second portion organ, Miss' Wilhelmenia Weston Mrs. Luella Morrison Mrs. Dessie M. Norman and Joshua Hillman president.

of the program. James White Mrs. Rebecca Samuel
Horton.
Stewart presided Mrs. Hazel Howard Mrs. (Avery Studio Photo )
Mrs. Lydia Jones Martinof .
George Allen was speaker Johnnie Cowart Mrs. --

Ocala was speaker for for the evening Joseph .Marion Morse Bishop' Dr. M. L ,Olfical NAACP Solicitor's
the morning service. Mrs. Latonia Alexander Mrs. King Card

Martin is the daughterof Acosta was soloist and Henrietta Kinnon. Mrs. White GeorgianCharged .

Prof. A. Quinn Jones, Vernon L. Trapp Sr. Pearl Mackey will preside.A Is Oustered NAACP..N..NN..N ACS......H..,!.....!!.e.E(1JI.BranchAUTHORIZATION
former principal of Lin- presided. The pastor musical program will be In Killing i

W. M. made presented during the evening > .
cola High School in.Gain'esiville. Rev. Ferguson By Dr. JacksonKANSAS _.
Martih' observations and welcomed hour of worship with '.4'

,instructor. Mrs.at 'Howard High an guests to worship hereon the appearing.following: Mrs.persona Ivory_ Shoots Negro Boy CITY Mo. -- Dr. 41 3" $ 1>+ ....,..........

all occasions. He thank J. H. Jackson in one of
School in Ocala. Smith Mrs. Gladys Johnson la a duly authorized Membership Worker .
ed members from other DUBLIN Ga. -- A white his first official acts
After having been entertained Mrs. Lorraine Stewart, /
with a literary churches who had helpedto Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. cafe- owner has ,been jailed after being elected pre- for ttM..L9. zNN..Annual Drive

make the occasion ,a without bond for grand jury'in sident of the National .
program composed of choir Annie C. Jones. Mrs. Jt..LI.I.Lt.(1! ..
success. Program com the reported gun- Baptist Convention, USA, President .::.
Elnora Clipper, Mrs. Eula
selections, readings by ./
Mrs. Christine Vinson, mittee members were: Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Carrie B. slaying of a 1 4-yea. r. Inc., was to first ousterDr. Camp. Chit rnn. ..........N...rNr..NNNN.N.N..
Mildred Parker, chairman; Larkins, Mrs. Myrtis Negro toy. Martin Luther King Jr.
A. M. Miss '
Mrs. Pridgen
V. L. Trapp jSr. James Shoots and Mrs. Mattie The slain youth was Willie from his post as vice REV. J. B. P. WILLIAMS, president, and Dr. Hunter H
Elaine George; solos by
Stewart Blount. Mrs. Rosa Lee Daniels of Rt. 6.His president of the Bap-
Mrs. Elzora Gill! B. Satterwhite membership campaign director
announced
Mrs Marie Spivey Mrs. 'Shannon will preside.
and Mrs. Ellen Turner. father lives in Detroit tists' national young this week that persons not holding official
L. E. Sumes and Mrs. The female ushers of membership
Rosetta Taylor, the Mrs. White To Speak At Simpson will serve at each- and the youth and his' people's department.The committee cards will be authorized to solicit member-

Women's Day Queen Mrs. Mt. Carmel service. Miss Dorothy Lang, mother resided here with young people's ships for the Jax Branch NAACP. Shown above is an

will serve as the organist5 an uncle James Daniels. department which com- :exact duplicate copy of the official authorization'card
Lillie Gibbs was crowned. .
Mrs. Susie M. White, and Mrs. Idella Kirby will Held in Jail is 63-year prises approximately _which was issued this week by the local
Mrs. Edna M. Hart, chair- branch.
assistant to Pupil Per- serve as pianist. old Eddie Sawyer who one-third of the NBC
man for the event should
sonnel Services Alachua operates a cafe here. claimed five-million
be highly commended for
County, and wife of Rev.D.E. It is reported that members, is composed of

having many brought Christian togetherso women White pastor of NAACP SeeksCrackdown I: Sawyer stated .the slain the National Sunday School ." FOR JOIN YEARSUoetCe11

Friendship Baptist Church ': youth accompanied by. three and the Baptist Train-
to observe this day. It On
Gainesville,. will be Wo- companions entered the ing Union Congress.
was evident that her
men' Day 'speaker at Mt. Employment Laws cafe and that the victim Many believe Dr. Jack \ -
committees did a great RELIEVING
Carmel Methodist Church blew smoke into .Sawyer's son's action in removingDr.

I Job under herleadership.Rev. High sPrings Fla. Sunday. face and said 'Dad I King, took away one of I \\P ATHLETE'S FOOTTetterine
L. E. Sumes has not
Sept. 24 at 6:30 p. m. PHILADELPHIA. -- The, NAAd want three sodas." Sawyer the most publicicedyoung is equal,to any newfangled preparation
been in Gainesville long asked for relieving athlete's foot And
the
Pennsylvania FEP( shot him, witnesses said. Negroes in the .you won't find anything more effective for
but he seems to be Just Waldo News to crack down of -the air The cafe is located In a world away 'from the harmless insect bites eczema, scabies, or '
the type of leader that line external skin irritations. Get Tettennefrom
industry here
thi section next toa organization.
Negro your druggist or send 75 cents to the
St. Paul needs. week for its "flagrant Negro barber shop in Marshall Shuptrine Company, Savannah Georgia-
Greater Bethel AME Church May
violation'
of state an area which is patronized TET-TERINE
observed Men s Day and whata : employment laws. L- ,
mostly by Local
Negroes. Gf
\ Appeals
day I C. W. Norton Negro NAACP support of the Fair Negroes aresaid.to: be

supervisor of Alachua Employment Practice Com- planning a boycott action : Court BenchNEW

jCounty was speaker. Mr. r X44a mission "could. be frustrated against the cafe. HQQaKS&QMUSRH
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YORK --- White House
Norton spoke from the by any aemon-
aides are reported plan-
subject "The Divine stration of indifference" me
ning to end a months-
Chairenge. Come .Follow t NAACP Field Secretary
r old knot by naming NAACP e er
Me." It Was a masterful Philip H. Savage said ina 9 AlabamaBus
Chief Legal Council
speech! If Mr. Norton tj letter to Harry Boyer :
'Thurgold Marshall to
ends up by becoming Rev. ," chairman of this state's Burners.Are '
the U. S. Circuit Courtof
Norton, it will be no FEPC. "
Appeals here.EVEN .
surprise to his friends.. The "do-nothing policy Indicted .6

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The afternoon was spentat ij i of the FEPC will bring ';'

A. Quinn Jones Elementary further "despair to Negro Miss and Ladies. ..' /
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School Mrs. 4 ....f2 youngsters and adults BrgyIN _!AM. Ala. --- Nine AT .CardiganSweaters

Thelma Jordan principal 1 ''''"- white indicted
? seeking to gain equal men were bya

where the men presented ao By"J. employment opportunities Federal grand jury hereon
L. Perry DOUBLETHE
Talent Show utilizing the in all fields and especially charges of burning an y

talents of the ,young the airline industry. Interstate bus'carrying ) : j. ;:
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people. of the city. The The president of the Savage said. Freedom, 'Riders near PRICE $2.99Cardigan
? Home of Philadel-
t pastor Rev. w. S. White I Mission The NAACP_ throughputs Anniston.' Ala. the Department -

preached the sermon during, phia Baptist Church,' Mrs. ;-Tri-state-- Areafield of Justice Sweaters o!
Lewis can't buy better ?
Leona challengedMrs.
the evening service. L. reported in -you '
secretary, sent two, letters Washington. Textured Nylon
( Alberta Nichols to a headache powders front. 'r yrrr t
v. Davis, Lincoln High seeking the Commission's 9 button t x
School instructor, and Pew Rally in order to assistance in raising Sizes 34 to 40 ', + "'

known nationally in agri- raise ,funds for the in- Negroes from Menial jobs Why Mothers Use $2.99 .? '

cultural circles and alsoa stallment' of_'their restrooms with the air industry.To A N.
the side"n'traised SPECIAL UXATWFFOIBABY Girls' Flannelette
prominent civic worker date, they have been .
19.19 and Mrs.,
i was chairman for this unanswered. .
Nichols $11.00 for
a totalof
I occasion. Julius V. Har- to Pajamas LadiesHead

per, in his solo during $30.15. : Jji;.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The paiatka .old and new ,pupils.I The, Scarf
the morning service ex- / IIade c :
Singers will appear Sunday school PTA met Tuesday for io..atsae $1.44
sentimentsof ..... .sitsU nIJ est nttlr ao2 '
Eie
Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. fora for its first meeting of .... 2-Pc styles. Pink
the audience when he ,-""" this a : 2 for 67c
'sang "How Great Thou recital to be held in the school year. Mrs. .,,...jIIIIa..... AIk' w and blue. Washable ? ,
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Philadelphia Baptist McCann
-Art." Church., was elected presi- Full cut.
I POWDERS 5* 0 POWDERS 25*
The Men of Bethel really Rev. J. H. Phillips, : dent. All other officers ... Sizes 3.4.6 and6X. Hand rolled ben

did a great Job. The pastor.. Friends and ,the;: .remained the same. Others Szsartly: styled
$1.44 'Prints
general public are committees were formed &solid
pastor Rev. White com : PHOT01i.uiA1'HS FOR colors
cordially invited. and additional members
plimented them and '
expressed t 2 for 67tGirls'
his appreciation were added to existing EVERY OCCASION'

I, School NewsMrs.
of services rendered. committees. Mrs. Ella

( Ezell former PTA presi- ... Expert Phoioy Y Hi BulkOron 4

Homecoming At Mt. E. W. Weiss. Reporter dent was highly praised by o':ot Portraits w. .adi.sd..w '
4 GUageCardigans
Pleasant i principal Jackson for an r'E 'PUII(.."' It .JHtN sPlweoeW.
I .: tc Cam 'W_ ..
Duval Elementary School, excellent Job done ,during
Ffcofes For Hawiptpcr CwM
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Homecoming activities at seems to be bursting at the her administration. PTA *
WWU Yoa Walt .
Mt. Pleasant Methodist' seams although four addi- ',members gave her a vote of 14 .. Cotarlsg 1&Ffctar: Fraafef ., Matching shank

Church' began with A. Quinn tional rooms have been thanks for services ren- j. ;Lt,v. 7'alor A,Polo Of Tern buttons Byron

Jones sr. .acting as guest added to take the place njportables. dered. The body is happyto : 1 Collar
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dent. Guest teachers were; Carter and Mrs. LucretiaRowe as president. She has J11y r to 14 '

Hiss Jacqueline Hart, Lewis have been added always cooperated with AVEBTS P9QTO STUDIO J $1.99 '

nursery and beginners; to the faculty. L. the school and ,
N. program I6W KINGS( KWMBCTTO 10 QC+ Uhf ,,

IIrs. Elizabeth, Walton Jackson, principal took .I,great things are expected I ,.' .

lets primary; Mrs." CuolJ'1 ,the opportunity ,to welcome :Iduring her administration. ,f P71rp .. EL -7S6 Fag,,\w1.----" ;I' '"<',' :

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Ii African Student Hears French' Confabs -J, FNI AlumniHeld r Attend A&T Faculty-Staff Meet''I


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I rq 'j Association met recently at
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:f Club 'in the first meeting

for the. .current school F
{ year. _. a
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.ter r the Executive krs

Secretary, John L. Jackson

who was unable to be present -

was Rodell Roberts,

public relations coordinatorof T

the College who brought

greeting, words of encouragement -

: and suggestionsof s

chapter.\ activities J to- the local tf'r

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Nathaniel Washington, _' '

presiddnt of the local.

chapter, solicited the .cooperation -
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of members present -
PARLEY VOUS FRANCAIS? '!attractive Miss center( student ,
Mary Mackeja, a at A&T in getting other TTTT_";J'.t- -'SK -"' -- :..';-\ ...
College from the new nation of Tanhanyika, Africa listens attentively to the con-
graduates or persons who AMONG the principals participating in the annual Faculty-Staff Orientation held at
versation in French being conducted by Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, left, president oft
attended the college
the College and Abdou 'Sidikow. right, secretary general of the Foreign Ministry of, affiliate ever themselves with A&T College last week were, from left to right: L. C. Dowdy, dean of instruction..

the new nation of Niger, also in Africa. Mr. Sidikow was a visitor to the campus '. Dr. L. H. Robinson, dean of the School of Education and General Studies and chair-
the chapter. Tb this end
last week. man of committee on arrangements; Dr. Harold H. Haswell, director Higher Education
each member present was
------- '-- Program Branch, U. S. Department of Health Education, and Welfare Washington D.

Coast' Guard given five names of personsto C. one of the main speakers and Dr. George C. Royal, the new dean of the Graduate

I Colorado Bronchos Spark Plug contact by the next School.
Academy Sets meeting which will beheld

Wednesday September ZI, at

Exams ScheduleMIAMI 8 p.m. 'in Lincoln Country AFL-CIO Prexy George Meany

Club. Refreshments fol- Tech Integrated

Rear' Adm. i lowing the meeting. Without IncidentATLANTA Seeks Laws To Stop Job Bias

+ wrYa Theodore J. Fabik USCG Officers elected at the
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Commander, Seventh Coast meeting were: Nathaniel V( 'ATTONAT. TRATNTNO rRTTICIZED
t --- Three Negro
Guard District with Washington, president;

: s7x headquarters in Miami, James Smith, vice president students entered Georgia
Tech Monday thus breaking VOCATIONAL TRAINING CRITICIZED
: ,rw recently announced that Miss Evelyn Smith, recor- WASHINGTONTestifying before a House Labor sub

? )% the Coast Guard is cur- ding secretary; James Day the institution'srestriction committee, AFL-CIO President George Meany said, 'thereis

rently conducting its annual financial secretary, treasurer against racial discrimination in apprenticeship and vocational -

entrance examina- ; Mrs. Alveta S, accepting members of their training programs and we in the AFL-CIO have
for race for the first time opposed and do oppose it.e want it ended. '
tions appointmentto Allen, reporter.
the U. S.tCoast Guard Members present were: in its 73-year old history. A. Phillip Randolph, ittee would be only a

Academy on Feb. 19-20 Moses Richardson, Mrs. There were no reports president of the SleepingCar first step in a legislative -
.0 f public display suchas attack on discriminat
1962. Minnie P. Gadling, Mrs. ; Porters charged that
the incidents which trade union action to end ion. The bill would direct
Examinations will be Mary W. Stevens, James the Labor Dept. to encour
discrimination
in
held at Civil Service Smith James Day, Miss dominated the Universityof tice training has appren-been age opportunities for

k., fwra Examination Centers in Evelyn Smith, Miss Ella Georgia campus when 'slow, spotty, fragmentaryand minor groups in apprentice
the following cities: Pearl Giles, Nathaniel two Negro students enteredthe woefully inadequate' training and bar federal

Jacksonville, Gainesville, Washington, Robert flowers; university last Jan. He said he was 'pleased to certification of program

Tallahassee, Sarasota, and Mrs. Alveta S. Allen. Tech, it was reported, note' Meany's support og which discriminate on the
decided basis of race, color or
to accept qualified the Powell bill.
Orlando West
Tampa, Key ,
z West Palm Beach, Atlanta, BE SURE Negro students, minus Meany stressed that 'the creed.The subcommittee headedby
court action first element' in ending
Ga., Savannah, Ga Way- S following Rep. James RooseveltD.
discrimination is to
cross, Ga. Macon, Ga. TO REGISTER acceptance of the two vide full employment. pro- ( Calif. ) also heard:
students at Georgia.To Pres. C. J. Haggerty of
Charleston S. C. ,
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IF YOU HAVE MOVED Meany further expressedhope
I the AFG-CIO Building and
Columbia, SI C. the dismay of husbands everywhere that an apprenticeship -
'YO0B,REGISTRATION CARD
I it'll soon be time to give Construction Trades Dept
x Cadets are appointed in WILL NOT BE FORWARDEDTO some thought to cleaning the storm I bill sponsored by emphatically declare We
the Coast Guard for YOUR NBW ADDRESS: windows for winter use. To ease Rep. Adam Clayton Powell support the object of they
: BE SURE TO CHANGE "the after-washing laundering, try (D.-N.Y. ) of the house the''
training to fit them to using Kleenex towels to dry ana bill and we support
and Labor Comm'Macaroniandchecse.Corexamplc -
Education
become commissioned: YOUR ADDRESS polish the windows. They're absor- bill.
bent and lint-free.
officers in the service. I

The academy is located in a Ar

New London, Conn.

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FAUU, has been going great guns in exhibition sessions A-
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League. Adolphus' savvy on the-gridiron has already ;

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You Seek Tk Beat Doctor __ S fa 'E T
-i Wfcwa Your Doctor PXUCK&M
Get Experienced FbmutdrtiTo I

Fin Yom Pmc&ifeai. ) Y. ,. a

According To Your DMtortOrders. .. (; h%
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Tke Beet Quality Dn0e At Dr. C.. E... BlackProprietor Kathlvn and Henry Tax'e relax after a roundof
golf "Carnation is our'cream-for coffee
5 L L 4$ cereals and whipping We all like it better
} V f r .b than cream-and it cost onlv ** as much.
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE TOULILLY'S s Mrs.Tave explains She is past president of
4 :QLw Cosmopolitan Golf Club..and of Tau Gamma *
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% : R, Delta sorority. Mu chapter.
S. DRUG STORE + I
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A COMPLETE LINE OF. .4 I L--------1
CotmeUca Rubiw/ Goods Ctadtes Saa&Se* I I I Macaroni and Cheese with I

P CUPTIOHII) FOR AMD DELIVERED I CARNATION 3-MINUTE I

.1 CHEESE SAUCE I
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3'.D I
e# I (Makci 4 to 6 servings)

Af X e 1 l2/3 cups (large can) undiluted

.. 1 CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
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;IJ RITflriTiJr! ; .:T- 1 I 2 l/2 teaspoons teaspoon dry salt mustard

2 about 8
Holdingher brand new granddaughter Kathlyn Tave instructs dauhter-in-Iaw Barbara in I cups ( ounces) grated
formula preparation while son Clayton looks on.Eight out of 10 mothers who feed their babies I process American cheese '
4.. .. t 3 _. ..-s.fr a Carnation formula say: -My doctor recommended it"Showing young mothers how to prepare I 4 cups cooked macaroni I II
the formula at home is one of Mrs.Tave.. activities as a Carnation Market Consultant. '
FORMER JAX BRAVES' diamond 1 / cup chopped pimiento I

satellite Ed Charles wielded V4 cup chopped green pepper
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Kathlyn Tave career woman, mother and grandmother"Best II
a potent mace for the i I 1. Simmer Carnation with salt and mustard I II

T. Triple A Pacific Coast cook in the world" reveals her I in saucepan over low heat to just I
below about 2 .
League Vancotfver club this '- 1 boiling ( minutes) Add I
SSKINBLCHE.S cheese and stir constantly until melted
year when he finished four- Carnation cooking secrets I (1 minute longer).
"OLD FASHIONED th in with .302 .
batting a I 2. Peur sauce over I
average and led the leaguein It is Henry Tave who insists his wife is -.You I. macaroni,pimientoand liii
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the world's best cook. don't need a cream sauce: You just makea green pepper
total hits. After lea-
," 3-minute cheese sauce that's as easy I mixed together in /
ving Ben Ga_ rei ty' screw, ?At least I'm one of the busiest,"Kathly as melting the cheese in Carnation! I buttered 2-quart

4 !, \1r Charles played with Toledo Ve'admits.' She is a Market Consul- (Recipe at right) I .casserole. Bake in I II

lightens dark spotsperfect and later graduated to o .Utant for the Carnation Company in the The creamy consistency of Carnation is J I moderate oven I
Angeles area. (350" F.) 25.30
powder Witchita of the Texas the secret of many a superior casserole, I minutes.
baseManufacturers r League. He leaves soon for "I 'couldn't ask for a more satisfying meat loaf, and potato pie. Even when'I _
career..Carnation is everybody's favor you mix Carnation with an equal L EVAP011ATED
.. the Dominican Republic fora ____
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ite-for:baby formulas, for drinking, amount of water, it's as rich as state
winter ball,, session with for cooking.And how I love to tell my standards for whole milk-for smoother ,"Jrom Coate ted Corr.. r.ur..
f Ben Garreity. He and lira I fCarnation', secrets! cooking.results at far less cost!. "
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TRUER" WORDS WERE NEVER SPOKEN than they were a few days U. I ,:.. Appear
ewex/co .A. Strong
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ago by: a man who was discussing the possibilities. '. "'''

the .probabilities of Jacksonville getting into Triple A ."I,'';
The Gibbs junior college : r
baseball. One man said if Jacksonville should 'get it, the GREENSBORO N. C. Abouta
basketball Cobras sent two r -a g e
attendance at the park would increase. It was then the 1as dozen freshman prospectswho
more players to the big-
true words were spoken when he answered and said: "If reported in the A&T
time college ranks, it was
Jacksonville would get into the Nati'onal or American College Aggies' camp last

league and put a team on the field like it did this season --; learned last week. reek( are expected to see
; Booker and Joe '
Wilbert
the attendance would be the samel" >7 ; lots of action" this
Pinch, two mainstays of the
STRANGE THINGS HAPPEN in the lives of individuals when season.

I there are clashes between the feminine and masculine gen: 1960-61 championship and That is the prediction of

ders. It has been said thime after time that the one' nationally. ranked. Cobra Head Coach Bert pfggott who

thing that has hurt the batting average of the great team, received grantinaidto was sizing up his prospects

Willie .Mays is his domestic troubles. It is true, that he. play basketball for New ;... I for the year after two full

still holds his, place among the Big Ten hitters in the Mexico State University. ML L ya: weeks of training.The .
-- -' Jackson :
Cobra coach Norman :
new
National League, but far off the pace of his usual, a- boys hit the campus -
disclosed.
'verage. Well, it doesn't always have to be husband an I with reams of clippings_
second
This marked the
wife, it can also happen among Sweethearts. describing their ,high
::consecutive year that
MANY OP THE SPORTS PROGNOSTICATORS have said Mays could school exploits and severalof
Jackson was able to place
very easily forget domestic troubles with a salary of them, Piggott says are

$80.000 per year. It has long been an established 'fact- top players in b1g schools living up to advance bil-
Freddie lIires of Tampa, and
that money can not buy love, peace, happiness and com- ----- --- ------ -- -- ling.
Ben of tasota. spark-
, panionship went with it. Sure, you are right and I will pan SCORING PUNCH -- These are me men expected to give the A&T College Aggies a Among the newcomers
in the 1959-60 .cham-
agree, one with money can always find someone to help plugs devastating scoring punch for the current season. The backfield combination. showing up well in drills
pionship team were acceptedat
spend it on both sid e. includes from left to right: Jim Mitchell. 6-1. 130-pounds quarterback. Newport are: guardsArchie HHeywc')d.
Montana State College.In .
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO COUNT the.-many -wrecked homes of men News, Va.; Eugene Cambridge. 5-11. 178-poundhalfback: ,Miami Fla; Algustus Lee. Charlotte, N. C' 195-
effort to continue
and women with money Including millionaires. Sweetheartsare an' 5-11. 215-pound. fullback Washington D. C. and Joe Taylor. 6-0, 196-pound half- pounds; "Charlie Reeves;
the that
torn asunder sometimes even with money being spent as promienence back. Cambridge. and Taylor are 9.7 dash men, probably the fastest backfield duo Lexington N. C. 221

freely 'as water flows, but there is. still something miss- the prominence that New in the CIAA.'ExTenn.. pounds; Herman Simmons
Mexico State has in athletic
ing that money can not supply. Yes money, money, money
circles in the Southwest, Hit With 201 pounds, from Charleston
is the cry but it won't buy all things. If Mays is head basketball coach Askew Cagers Hampton Pirates Tax B.iII. I S. C., and Raymond Alexander

really affected in his batting because of domestic
was successful- in getting n2LVELAND.Piper Pact Are Strong CIAA Miami. Fla. 204 pounds.
troubles, he is still a valuable man to the Giants.
after Wilbert I Tackles-Alexander Gaines,
much sought Title
DON T FORGET TO REMEMBER ONE THING and that is, the same Booker. Ohio -- The Cleveland ContendersHampton Newport News Va. 205

ones who have diagnosed the case of Willie Mays will also Pipers hiked their
Jackson had received com- pounds and William sin-
diagnose ypurs. There are many who can tell you what player-roster to 14 last clair Charlotte 217

should 'be done by the managers' in the World Series before munications. .from' such 'other week when they signed two Va. -- The retu k pounds. ,

the season is over. They 'can tell you who bats in the schools as Montana State former Tend State basketball of more experienced and capable I Four outstanding ends

lead-off spot, or 'who should bat in the cleanup spot. College; Tuskegee Institute stars to contracts. The football lettermen to
Wiley College. Berea Bethune are listed with the group
FOOTBALL IS NOW ON THE AGENDA and all high schools, Pipers report for trainingon the Hampton Institute campuson
Cookman ,College and even the Septl 1 may make the including: Ernest Buggs, New-
colleges and professionals are ready to lift the cover September 25. v
University of Alaska. port News Va; Ronald
Pirates a strong contenderfor
off the 1961 season. The team have been in training o- The two performers. Gene I
Booker received quite a'few' Francis, Burlington N. C.
the ClAA football crowns
ver a period of time and now they are ready to get down Tormohlejn, a 6' 9" former I .
honors 'in leading the Cobrasto this seas n. Francis Burlington N. C. ;
to business, All-American center and
a 16-2 record. He was Twenty-three veterans and William Sinkins, Brooklyn.
THE ONE BIG QUESTION in the SIAC right now is, will. Rossie Johnson tabbed by {C..
placed on the All-America, 27 promising' freshmen reported N. Y. and William Bristow,
there be any .teams in the conference who can furnish a Chuck Taylor. Converse maga
Junior College squad by the to head Coach Ben Fayetteville. N. C.
smattering bit of competition for the mighty Florida A zine' s basketball expert as
Wigwam Wisemen of America; Whaley to improve upon their Among the backs expectedto
& M Rattlers. How long will the Rattlers completely the best outside shooter" '
was named on the All-State 5-4 record of 1960. a help the team this season
dominate the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic ConferenceWhat while playing college basket-
team following Gibbs' winningof Favoring Hampton in the top are Willie Beaseley Lau-
will the other teams have to offer? How long can ball, will play under their
the Ocala-Hampton Junior spot will be the running of rens, s. C. and Gerald Morgan -
the conference _
exist with one team ruling everything?
College invitational tournament former college mentor John- Neptune N. J. both
WAT WILL THE SITUATION be in the SIAC in 1961? There McClendon. dimunitive halfback Willie --
and also received the ny SUGAR RAY Robinson is shop- fullbacks.
is hardly a football fan anywhere the Rattlers have McClendon the only Negro Holland 5'6 (160) from Dan-
MVP award for his performance ping for a big money bout.
: played who has not admired the fine works coach in basketball, will ville Va. who figured in
in the tournament. pro Reason ?.. the Sugarman has Royal Crown
pilot the Cleveland Pipers many CIAA statistics last
Booker was the leading been reportedly hit for then
who will play under the ban- season. "Holland should bea Bottling Company
scorer and re-bounder of the sum of $19,428.93 by New
You Don't Have to Go to Town to GetLOWPRICES .
ner of the new American major threat for the rushing' 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD
Cobras. The former Lakeland- York State on his 1959 income -
Basketball League.Wyatt crown this year, "laid
Rochelle Senior High School taxes.
FL 9.4488
Coach Whaley. "The aerial
star scored over 350 points

and grabbed off 305 rebounds. snagging of captain and all "';;: J .,: ;: @ :o'c':>'>;' ........:' NV ...<. :("...;t$.. ".':;\;'.. .'" ,.'',..;. y.....,:t ,.,..w X d";::"::
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On Your Former Middleton Tiger cage JoinsKaycee's Charles Bey may [ %::..i.. i I' J.WiM"... .
place the Pirates as one of .
star of Tampa Joe Pinch f W J..ii ?;
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the teams to beat in the ciAA b" v'"
DRUG STORE NEEDS captained'last year's Cobra A'sNCRFOLK fP "
conference." r
Bey led the
crew. 1f.1 MakeyourFaceFeol ;
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league in pass receiving II .
Trade. With Your Neighborhood Drug Store He and Booker sparked the Va. -- Fireballing last year; 'plucking 31 passs -

Cobras to score over one righthander John Wyatt has
for 469 yards and three :;;:.:::.;::;:):f J.:;:::;.;...
COMFORTABLE
We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn hundred points in 8 games 'reported to the Kansas Cith f.f} f".' .
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touchdowns.On ,:..... .:. .: ; .
.and helped the Cobras attained Athletics after completing a w' 'and

Your Local PapersWOOD'S an eighth ranking season with the Tidewater the line forming the > :i LOOK, GOOD

among the nation's 165 mem- Tides of the Class A Sally nucleus this year will be

Charles Bey, Richmond, Va. :II. '
I BIDE PHARMACY bers of the NJCAA.California. League..
and Willie ,
Ingram, Water-
Wyatt was a brilliant relief f

1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE hurler with the Tides bury, Conn., at the ends Ed .

PHONES EL 3-5597-98 Golf throughout ....... L<.
Thorpe Raleigh N. C.
(215)
If, w.. P.Hrtr W. Al. fill All Doctors' Prttcripthn I the season. The 6-0 195:
Club Integrates., pounder had a 9-3 record but and Elliot Hill, Scotlandeck

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE. ; N. C. at the guard '
LOS ANGELES --- Mrs. Erma the record shows the ,real ::

BILLS AT OUR, STORE .: Boutee and Mrs. Vera Carter effectiveness of his hurling osts, Claude Trotter, (220) iit; iS'm:

made integration history here stints when he saved close to Raleigh, N.. C. and Lucien : .

Reeberg, 'Bronx N. Y. (255)at ..
20 fanned
games and 73 bat- '
recently' when they were invited w.f? '.:;;: ?, "",;':.j y"..... ... .. .,.. \: '. ..... ",'yoe-
ters in 94 and one-third tackle. Ligar Brazil. >>> :
to join.the exclusive, jy f: tt your druggist cannot supply you :4 ; SHAVING POWDER"CO.:" .

[ all-white Pox Hills Women's innings. His earned run ichmond, Va. (1(5) will I I'SENO.M.for these MAGIC TEAM MATES ;: t. P.O. Box 3451F3. S va""ah..G.'l] ..
was a take over the center posi
Golf Club of California. average respectful __ _r J

s Much credit for the invita- tion. By making a few

2.21.UCLA's shifts Coach Whaley hopesto
tion is being given
: Maggie
Hathaway California Eagle Nominee plug any weakness in the YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER

sportswriter and president ,of line. -
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; ?:; 1 1Le Women the integrated Golf club.Western Avenue "- has The three Hampton solid talented as backfield Coach quarter-Whaley appears KENTUCKY BOURBON !


Miss Hathaway is said to have u.R aa.
backs in Alvin Walker. ,
been involved in just-about
ayetteville, N. C., a fine '
everything pertaining to
field general, jimmy Young, f
participation in golf for
Greensboro, N. C. one of the
West Coast Negroes., ; .
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loops top passers last season -

as he, connected on 30

., PATRONIZE of 62 for a total of 421

Florid. Star yards and three tounch- i

A4ytrtktre doms. Jon Thomas, Washington -
TRAIN YOURSELFFor
D. C., .is another.signal. I

caller who should contri- \
Watch This Qnwn
A Profession I r
Paying bute much to the Pirate,

I ".. success.
31-60-48 .

f ':: In 26 Weeks Backed by speedster Willie' ...

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,, l1flUt"' ", L"" .''O, Bronx, N. Y., a 6'2, 190 lb.
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I :. Woman Ar. Excelling hi : junior counted upon by .

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BarberingAT lapse in 'the Pirate run- 0

1 ning attack. The fullback >
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slot will be handled by ..4 '
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I William Carver, Fayetteville
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FLORIDA lABEl COLLEGE ee-r !J Be'.-aosn' N. C. getting his first '..,""
BI add*. rebtractoK
chance at stardom by the
WILLIE BROWN is UCLA'snumber
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;: ..'30 Doll tit tamr. Sfc. ';< one All-American graduation of Norman. .J' ,

.. prospect for the 1961 top Anderson. ,

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Expert Finds I ., ;'.. 3 Valdosfans J
Negroes Not J' !'j; 'l'fJII"" ".' Continental Shows Free Movie
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: Inferior To White t. Face 'ChargesVALDOSTA And Is' Setting Up Leagues
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; Ga. -- Brooks GETS TERRIFIC RESPONSE
NEW YORK --- Negroes + r.,
P County Sheriff Dick Jones

are not inherently 7 r reported Tuesday that Clubs, fraternal organizations social-civic clubs

inferior to whites ..'. ?a rj three Valdosta Negroes have and interested individuals are being invited by the \j
"j.f" ,
members of the ".
Society been charged with burglarly management of Continental Bowling Lanes to apply now(

,for the Psychological 'l'''' of the Morven Bank on for league and team membership in order to take full'advantage (

, ,Association (APA) reported the night of Sept. 13. of prime league times. The fabulous multi- {

during a recent .. Held pending further investigation thousand dollar ultra-modern 32-lane bowling center

meeting here."Differences. j ; are: Clifford opens its door in early November. J
betweenintelligence ,
test \yIjfrj Henry, believed to be some- Groups interested in the .Texas spent ten days

,, where in his thirties; sport of bowling-whether
8cpjre Negroes and .... here recently contacting
srof ..
< Eddie Sherman and Moses
desirous
: ;' -: experienced or groups interested
whites in
pssi
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at
Cooper, both 17 years of of learning-are requested '
I ';the close of its annual' age. forming leagues. Among
'to contact Major Taft
those planning
J meeting, /tend to indicate Cooper, according to the Cummings--P0 4-1515-- on league
lnequalitt'ofopportunity participation were the
, an' sheriff, admitted that
immediately in order to
: Las Doces
Elegante's. Jai
for Negroes he (Cooper and
-- -- ) Sherman
arrange for free showingof I
Amateur Guild
more than anything else. .FOR DISTINGUISHED MERIT AND ACHIEVEMENT1f --Dr. Kenneth B. Clark is pictured" broke into the bank and movies which demon- La Gonzales -

I The more comparable the here, after being presented ,with the 46th_ Spingarn Medal by Dr., Otto Kline berg at 'stole a radio; typewriter, strate proper bowling Edward Waters
groups, and others.
background, the less the the 52nd NAACP annual, convention in Philadelphia recently. Dr. Clark is professor fan and a cigarette 'lighter techniques, scoring methods -
difference." : Hampton s Service Sta-
, of psychology at the College of the City' of New York. He was cited for his role while Henry waited outsidein and bowling cour- '.
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tion was the first local
In order to
I have an in mobilizing the resources of .m odern. psychology in the struggle against racial a car; later reportedto tesy.

I absolute test of Negro prejudice and particularly for the work he did in preparing the social science have been stolen in Continental official concern to sign up for

I, versus white intelligence, document which contributed significantly to the historic Supreme Court ruling of 'A tlan ta. Bill Terry of Houston. Cunnings league participation.stated.

,explained Dr. isadore May 17, 1954; ,banning segregation in public education."' ,Prom left are Dr. Clark,

i t Chein of New York University Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, NAACP Prrsident Arthur B. Spingarn, whose family is medals Jaxon Admits

I: there would have donor, and Dr. ,Otto Kllneberg, chairman of the Department of Social Psychology,
to be complete equalityof MOWS THE TIME TO ORDER
Columbia. University. 5 Robberies

opportunity for Negroes ; t.'.\\f.- l -..-.-- -- Csrt1 A I PocahQntasBriquefsAnthraciteCoke
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'nationwide and I -,.. JHft Li
I across the board." Stanton EveningSchool .. I- ii'O.' :; WI CITY-WIDt DELIVERY

"" POLICE _REPORTS. Adds '. ,.:,} t" 1 SEASONS ICE & FUEL GO

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|5883 NORWOOD
.", AVE. PHONE PO 4-45J1
I.ysWuied Spanish CourseWilliam :' 1
CU T BY UNKNOWN attacked him from behind .

MANClarence While he was trying to .',D. Sweet, princi- ,
2323 Moncrfef *. break loose, from them, pal of: Stanton Evening "'.!I
Evans 49,- of
School--announced that
'one of the men cut him a eftt
1804
McCoy's Blvd was '. :.
for
registration
a course
at 13th Street injured during an argu- .on his .right arm twice..--- in Conversational Spanish .

.. ment with an unidentifiedman 'They did not get his money d.. ,
1 will be held this week. Myrtle Ave, pnd Adorns Phone'EL 4446$1This
: last Sunday, police Kirkland said.
the _
During past year '
reported. The injured man was taken T
thousands of refugees from
MOO A witness stated that to Duval Medical Centerby Cuba and other Spanish LAWRENCE MERCER WeeVs Special STRAIGHT ITH WICKMEDIUM

I Evans was pushed down private car.: t.The victim speaking countries have | ..Plus Attempted Holdup. Largest catch loft month's; Special

NEW and while he was on his was unable to give come to Florida. One of Admitting having committed harvested in the lee of

knees, the man pulled a any description of the hurricane. Esther MULLET
by our
the major problems in five armed robberies plusan ,
knife and stabbed him in men,
ECONOMY caring for these refugeeshas attempted holdup brave crews. I
his back. The witness Patrolmen W. 'H. Harris C
been the inability of Lawrence Mercer, 30, of LB. 1 0 .
PAINTSIMPERIAL said when she screamed and S. Gaines investigated.
is RED 'CHANNEL
those concerned to speak 1650 Tyler St. being'

the suspect ran. She VICTIM OF RAZOR ATTACK the language of each other. held in city jail without sM.II Additi.eat CM<<.

SO49 .said another person helped Teachers social workers bond following his arrest BASS Lb.39C

LATEX INTERIOR her lift victim up and Harry Zimmerman 21, of law enforcement personneland by police. Sept. 15. 3-S .

WWteoad they took him to Duval 702 Phelps Street was members of the medical Detective Lt. J. C. Flynn Lb.CLAMS

Pastels i" OftlMH sa Medical Center. It was' attacked by a man with a professions have found it and Sgt. Fred Gray said Stone Do:. 75c LARGE 8ge

reported that Evans was razor last Wednesday necessary that they have a Mercer was arrested by MANGROVE SHRIMP Lb.
IMPERIAL stabbed in the back
effeCQ
on .police reported. knowledge of Spanish. In Patrolman 0. W. Bowman SNAPPER 49'
OUTSIDE fOJJ the right side witha u. MEDIUM 6"ge
Zimmerman said he was fact the, proximity of Latin and received informationthat SHRIMP Lb.
butcher knife. The
WHITE s:= walking in the vicinityof America to our state and Mercer was the man Whole Genuine UN. 10-tb. Mt-Ifc. Stet
'at
a.tl.Nt fight took place
2250 Beaver and Jefferson the influx of Latin Ameri- suspected in a series of Red Snapper 410LBb'59eBLACK
.Mt SwbjMt T. If.? 0..... Off* McCoy's Blvd.Patrolman C.,4 ., II
Streets and came in contact cans who have'entered this recent grocery store
STATE PAINT'S FAMOUS J. W. Durden HOT SAUSAGES $2.70
Card
with a man unknown state recently and who are robberies. DRUM 29'FISH
LB.
FREE OFFER ON OTHER investigated.
to him. The man did not still coming makes it Bowman picked up Merceron ;:tu SMOKED HERRING
QUALITY PAINTS EQUAL; TO .**........**....
say a word, but started imperative that Floridians vagrancy charges just FILLETS LB. 59'Oceanview C" .f J1.00f.e.-
NATIONALLY
ADVERTISED
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY cutting on him with a learn, Spanish.? two hours after he (Mercer) I Appitistr 24 Diluit, ... w.lt with !
BRANDS f
I razor, Zimmerman said. This course. is offeredundertheauspices had committed his fifth I SPOTS J5r your"... ."* .f m der,.ioi.. iWitb
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Macy .uwuta Meta : S bad f fo.n *A it that ill
I FREE GALLON Willie Kirkland was the Police- said Zimmerman of the robbery. I yak! Yak!

I With .vary OHII..I PvrchM4 victim of an attempted received a major lacera- Duval County Board of

from $5.98 to $8.98 robbery last Sunday and tion on the right hand Public Instruction. In

NO LIMIT ANY PAINT was cut in the attempt, and both arms. Zimmerman i addition to Conversational COMING SOON-COMING SOONCOMING SOONTie

--STATE PAINT- police reported walked to Duval Medical Spanish students will be Fabulous New

6116 Norwood Ave Kirkland saidhe was Center. He could give no given some written lessons.

on his way home from a description of his at-* Emphasis will be placed on
4 blocks north of
GATEWAY SHOPP GCENTERMember party, and when he was tacker. the spoken language rather CONTINENTALBOWLING

FNB Charge Plan I nearing State and Barnett Patrolmen M. Young andE. than Spanish grammar. Ad-
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PO 5-2315: "' : Streets, three menU Jefferson investigated.cllssified vanced and beginning stu*

I dents may enter the class.


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