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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 30, 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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00427

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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 30, 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:
UF00028362:00427

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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""'" ,' "x will be held 'Saturday. Six of the fatalities erousity of Jaxons the Stores'At Survey
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.. ...'.. their possessions nearly
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"i"' "- -" \ Graham, pastoroffic ating. Mrs. Claudia Respess, 42; fire which The -Jax NAACP Youth
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her daughter, '''Sarah Respess, 18: Claudette Rice, 7; apartment house on give a full
TRAGEDY saddened the Jax community last Sunday. Sept. 24 when a truck carrying report on its month-long
Richard Lavonne Rice, three months Gail Patricia Ann the Eastside, are, as
21 people home from a visit with former ;
neighbors overturned, caught fire and the survey of concerns doing
term far-
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caused the death of six persons. At least ten others were rushed to two local! Jones, 2}# months; .and ,Denance Rice will then he interred ing well. goes business in predominately -

hospitals, where another ,later died. This was claimed 'to have been the worst in Mt., Olive Cemetery. Graham Funeral Home in charge.At The STAR wishes to add Negro residentialareas
single vehicle accident in Duval County's history. 3:30 p.m. services for Len Bernaad Cummings will be to the donor's list this it was announced.The .
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-- held in Carters Funeral Home Chapel. week by saluting Mrs. disclosures will

I- Maps Four Mothers Receive The'trag di- termed 1 Ellen Henderson, Mrs. take place during a
Disturbed one of the most r "fair" condition Rosa Veal, Mrs. Ann Public mass' meeting
ble 'single both Brewster Hospi- Washington, Mrs. M. L. slated for 4 p.m. Sundayin
: ,Pronged- Plan. Transfers Ati Blacker ,SchooL ciders_ .:.JJW1u..Y i& Lt aL and Duval ,Medical Carter, Miss DorothY St. Stephen AME
.'... "1i I'Bt' o :roe enter."ere:' 'N ell.1 D."espeSs't .- Thorp and Mrs Quincy Church, Davis and Fifth
Appearing here to ad- Additional criticism was heaped upon the Duval approximately' 5! t| 5; Dorothy J. Incidently, the'statfwas Street', .' .9,'
dress a public mass County School Board this week when a group of moth- near the, }'. j. 4; Sally Mae unable to pick up According to the coun-
meeting which was held ers, very much disturbed ,over the local churchschoolsetup of Lee and/Bay* I 8 ; and Hugh clothing and furniture cil, survey teams have
Thursday night in Ebe- went to Isaiah Blocker School and secured At the'ytime 48, husband of during the week due to been conducting research -'
nezer Methodist Church, transfers applications to move their children to .. the ,d. ad- woman; Carol the exigencies of main- projects investigating -

Rev., A.. Leon Lowry white schools-- having empty ,.classrooms..- Collins Evelyn Res- taining our deadline, such areas
state president of, NAACP During a meeting with pess, and Claudia Rice. but we plan to carry on affecting Negro em-
Branches announced that the NAACP here Monday .Saturday to the best' of ployes as: salaries,
the organization was now night, the mothers gavea on 21st 'Street and one in HtH our ability. Thanks job opportunities hour-
engaged in a farreaching full report on their the Florida Avenue area. Oxon again. and God Bless ly wage, segregated facilities -
; No Issue With Churches ,. _u ., promotions
four-point program. previous meeting with a All of You!
-o A During a press conference local school board official The parents told the' ;: #; ".::1tJI E. 0. S. and* other benefits including -
staged Wednesdayfor with one motherin Florida Star that they L1 { ; ;'. annual vacations,
local news media particular reportingthat ; have no resentment against I .u health insurance, and the
Rev. Lowry who was assisted when she questionedthe i the- four local right to bargain.
.but are very \ ', Names of firms using
by Rev. J. B. F. board representativeon I churches Better
Williams Jax Branch reasons for the movingof much "disturbed" over I Relation discriminatory practiceswill

president, gave the four Negro pupils into four ;, the present "pussy- I :."::1\\ be revealed in the
salient points) which the local churchesclassrooms footing" of the school Being Sought Florida Star's Oct. 7
Florida NAACP is now the official was on the part of school I issue.A .
embarked upon.Marking "nasty" and refusedto officials over their GEORGE RESP program is also
them in orderof give reasonable explanations gross mishandling of ...Drove Death DETROIT--Seconded by a planned.
their importance, to her ques- the matter. incident, 21 Southerner, the House of
Rev. Lowry gave the new tions. Last Monday night, the four believed Y Deputies of the Episco- POLICE REPORTWilliam
organizational program: Tuesday morning, between ; mothers in bringing the the -- a pal Church adopted a
1. A :massive statewide i the hours of 8: 30: : matter to- the attention' seated in the resolution deploring Flagg., 61,* of 615W.
voter registration drive; and 9 a.m. the mothers 'i :. of the Jax Branch of the rear, were racial segregation and Union Street was injured -
(This program will be whose children are NAACP, intimated' that from visiting approved study programs when he was' attacked
beaded by Ruthledge assigned to Isaiah Blocker should present conditions in a former improve race rela last Sunday at 540.W. union
TOM ASHBY tions.
Pearson of Jackson- went to the school prevail, legal Pitiful
will be taken asa The accident The resolution was Street by a man whom he refused -
ville. ). ; 2. A campaignto and requested transfer action
increasr equal employment applications. After a last resort. reveals that the results of offered by the Massachusetts to loan some money
opportunitiesfor considerable length of ton, stake invest delegations and. police reported.
Negroes; 3. A step- time had passed, they lacked one of, in the fatal was seconded by a lay- Flagg told police he ar-
ped up program to erase I were able to get them. POUCERERT rear wheels of Leroy reader, John Paul Causey. rived home from work whena
segregation in all forms I Enpty ClassroomsIt .. it rounded Lee of 665 W. Church from West Point, Va.
viaduct last Sunday is Tom man, known only as Waiter -
,from Bay
relative to public is, a known fact that 1'.0
schools, colleges and there are now several Frank Allen, of 1314 W. the sudden same address. *. asked to borrow. some
facilities State Street told passenger money from him.
other public ; all-white schools located police
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and 4. Acceptance of on the fringe areas that sometime between 2 p.m. dently caused q ;;, :<":' .: 4 -
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Negroes in the Florida of Negro and white resi- and 7 p.m. last Saturday, overturn. g :''\':; -- : ;%14r ,

National Guard, dential areas which reportedly someone entered his room Witnesses '. '-"" .. ) ;
James Hawkins, grand have empty by forcing a back door and, the truck ,, f; '.,; Ct. ;:
secretary Most Worshipful classrooms. It was 'took .1-brown suit valuedat its side for .: ,
feet and came
Union of Masonic learned that, these
Lodges State Florida, particular schools are $40 and two pairs of on the '

Prince Hall Affiliate Brentwood another one pants valued, at $17. pouring '-

Dr.Illustrious R. 'R. Grand Williams,Master,, r 'Receive Prison .SentencesPLEADING In I the punctured ignited victims and tank and } 4

read a resolution from .. __ who had been
the grand lodge' endorsing -' !{ J '
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voters' registration ... ;;:., Policer. .belle
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will be carried out in .'...' .._.... .y turned. Y ,
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and will entail between recognition
20 and 25.000 working y7
others who had
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body barns of 25 4 Y -
and upward were i r I
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gilts to two counts o'f: grand lard emJ. '24- cal Center. PRESS CONFERENCE---Daring a press conference held Wednesday afternoon In the
year old t.1as'Charles Vernon Bailey of 3547'Calvin Both hospitals Masonic Temple auditorium Rev. A. Leon'towf7. (center). State NAACP president
St., and Chester Allen Bailey 'of 927 W. 'tl'8t.. an sTll-out, < launched the organizations new four-point program.. Participating with Rev. Lowry.
''were sentenced this week by Criminal Cohrt'Jmdp: extra doctors were Janes, Hawkins, (left) Grand Secretary* ,Host Worshipful Union of Maspnic
,William T. Harvey to respective 18-month prison At noontime Lodges, State of Florida, Prince Ball Affiliate and $*v. j. B. P. Will lews., 'Jax
4. J( \ terms The brothers were charged with the",theft still confined Branch president. Also present were John Brooks, NAACP's national Director of
T;r.,1t,1'J". et.BtrobMtt**. from a W. Charob St. wareaowewfeere. Iri'aitne. Voter Registration. and Robert Saoaders. Florida NAACP executive secretary.
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THE FLORIDA: "
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's|: NEWS. \ While the recent Senate vote to
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: tit A''L table action '
against the filibuster may not
1 I Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.' have been "a completely accurate test of the

'"Member' Associated. Negro Press" 3TL sentiment of the ,
fa Senate (its) staging was a

ERIC O. SIMPSON,......................-..-.........:......Jtenogfa Editor. f l fairly accurate reflection of the Kennedy Ad-

. ,ALYSON i. WISE..Na............_...........-.....:...-...........Newt feBfcA fL4k.I r ministration s strategy on the basic questionof
legislation in ,the civil "
HILDA WC|>TBt...;.. ..._...._...._.._..__..__.'arcul tlon'Manager i rights field
I NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins declaredin

I : MAJNrfcFFlCE:: & PLANT: .. an address prepared for delivery here tonight -

2323 Mon f Iood.......__.... .._....... ...... +one' Elgin 4-6782:.' iz.i r .. ( Saturday Sept. 23)
I ; : r Speaking at the Freedom Fund dinner of the annual -

1 r Mailing Address: Ohio State Conference of NAACP branches

.. P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida, Mr. Wilkins charged ,that Senate Majority Leader

s I I k [Mike Mansfield post-poned debate on rules
_
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.-
[change until the final week of the session
Half *3.00 ,
One Year $5.00; Year ':
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United.States .r tr when everyone wants to go home and when a

Siifecrlptlon Payable In Advance Send Check or Money Order To : : wild scramble was on to clean up business and

I FLORIDA STAR-P. O., Box 561-JACKSONM w E 1,FLORIDA get favorite legislation through.'

; :Moreover, ,he went on, the Montana /
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS COftV A, I "V
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Civil Service Jobs, } rL4j ;;4 : uLAMti Democrat simultaneously "calledup
:' 1. dry and County ;; the question of cloture" and .
: 2. Negro Road Patrolmen i
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"filed
a petition to close de-
,.' -" 3. Nejro ,Firemen '
,
bate on the motion ,to take
Mine Police Officers up
,
I 4. Negro
the actual issue
of
a change of
-. ._ ,5. More Squad Cars tor Negro Politemen ,;.... 1 the
rule.
s [ ynder the procedure,
.da.: ig ,.--. such a petition must be voted
.
Installment 'Buying .". upon two days after being offered. *. .?

"Thus, in two short days the legislative
pro-
::& .$; J > tection of the ordinary, garden variety of

is installment buying the economic vii ain of civil rights of 20.000.000 American citizens

t :tlle'pfece?< Or is it, as has been said, the was brushed off. "

"lifeblood'of our commercial prosperity?" HOW tae NAACP leader noted that' both Ohio senators

+ Men have argued the matter frequently of LONG WILL MISSISSIPPI BE ALLOWED TO TARNISH FREEDOM MR. PRESIDENT. Frank P. Lausche and Stephen M. Young voted '

late. Now the ladies--a couple of them,, for cloture. Senator Mansfield he
notably---are at it. h __ __ ,= pointed out
served notice "that he did not intend to bringup

One of the feminine contestants is Sylvia : '. -; the rules change in 1962, so that postpone-

Porter Wall Street columnist. The other is Y Weekly '. ment could be one to 1963. "

Helen Arnold whose recent Readers Digest .. The filibuster, device by which'civil rights
V
article described such credit as a menace. V V Horoscope Guide V measures may be talked to death in the Senate

'Preposterously naive," is what Miss Porter V I ;was characterized by Mr. Wilkins as 'the 20th

calls the Arnold article. On 'March 31, she WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR .- Century model of the 19th Century ankle. iron.

says, only 1.92 per cent of consumer loansat BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL With tricky words and slick booby. traps, aided
the nation's banks were delinquent. She by a gentlemen's working greement between non- +

adds that Miss Arnold's "nightmarish story f By PAILO The ASTROLOGER .1 southerners and the descendants of the former
'
underlines the intelligence and common slave owners Negro Americans
although called
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sense of the vast majority of us.", citizens, are denied Congressional protectionof

That has the sound of a clincher and yet ,LEO 2nd) Raise money for their citizenship rights in the U. S.

If the columnist means that those of us who flora'March.21 tiim April 20tii Bora.July 24th thre Aofott 23 going enterprises, but not Senate they are as hamstrung today in their

go bankrupt are short on intelligence we'll at a price that could leave fight for
freedom
as they
in were by
Every once a while it any overseeror
have to part company with her. For luck, in is necessary to developnew If you want to buy or sell you Indebted for too much, set of bloodhounds in slavery days. Whatever -
property, or too long a time. Do not
the form of loss of a job sudden'sickness or or contract for
skills in the pursuit progress thay have made has been despite
other unforeseeable misfortune too oftenan :' certain work to be done, let. them get you in a position the
pf your vocation, in order Senate of the United States. "
decisive waste no time in useless where you are at a
equally and rufnous factor.
; And ;to keep up with the QUickLY. i
,all of us, smart or stupid, are subject to luck ,changing world. Anything ; bickering which may only disadvantage (5th-6th).
lead to a stalemate. The't'endency. Your emotions could become
Installment buying, for that reason, is a form 'you can work out to'cb pe Cancer Grant Q
of to. : act hastily .your worst enemy. There is $25,000
gambling. It is that
at
least, for all ex- with such possibilities,
'I should be. Smothered at always room for sslf-
cept those who, know without question that they in your particular field of Miami
1, could, by a slight readjustment of timing, endeavor, 'nay be truly inspired : once before it gets you improvement, and now is Given UniversityTo
just well committed to a course of the time.
M as pay cash. on the 1st-2nd. Heed i action that further pursue ways to help control and
involve
Installment buying helps business It is the may 8-60-77-13-21-867 the American
eventually conquer cancer,
mate's wishes in the ,
your : protracted and costly con-
abuse of installment buying that hurts. And Cancer Society has issued an institutional
too matter when you doubt your troversies (5th-6th). This .
overextend.many buyers can't resist the temptation to own good jndgaent. 1 should be a fine time to CAPRICORN cancer grant of $25,000 to the University 'df

engage personnel. Boor Den 22 thru. Jan...20 Miami. The grant was awarded in response to a
formal application made by Dr. M .Michael

DEFENSIVE DRIVINGAre 5-80-44-17-92-584 9-20-22-16-96-921. Sigel chairman of the Institutional Research

j VIRGO A healthier and happierway GrJUlt 'Committee it is effective' from September

you a "defensive driver" ? If you are TAUBtJS Bom Aug. 24 thra Sept. 23 of life is engenderewhen 11961* through August 31 1962. *:
you have lively and The institutional grants, a spokesman -
Born April 21 thru May 21 purpose
to to left
not prepared swerve suddenly or
dependable people sur- for the Society explained is primarilyVr
,
right to avoid a careening automobile to The exercise of good.
Unless you are one of the rounding you. Conflictingpulls for of studies in the researchfield.
Judgment, and the raisingof : expansion cancer, ,
into the roadside
yank your own car violently should be allowedto J.
lucky few who day still be not I funds '
your fondest hopes is The money so designated provides
head-on then
ditch to avoid a crash, perhaps prolonging their vacation Impair your good Judgment '

you should learn how to meet such emergencies.Many pursuits, you should be promised, on the 1st. 'Take (6th) Tne' weekend .to help support qualified cancer investigatorsand

fatal and near-fatal collisions involvea very busy and productive.You follow-up action immedi- may be a pleasant and researchers for initiation of new or /

third or even a' fourth vehicle tnat' may have may find plenty of food ately for you are more apt stimulating. one (7th). I special studies and for continuation of approved -

.been driven at the time as safely as could be._ fof thought, in this connection to hesitate and draw back ; projects. These projects include research -,
3-80-33-15-42-383 I in cellular growth, chemistry, bacteriology -
The careful, unsuspecting, take-no-chances / from the 1st thereafter. Some people :
drivers were caught in death traps.A thru 3rd. Your heart has may not be at all backward surgery medicine and othgrdelated

couple of recent examples illustrate the the answers. about using them to extract AQUARIUS fields concerning cancer.

point. On a Tennessee highway a car driven bya : tribute in one form or an- Jorq.Jan 2} tarn Feb. 19 Because research is considered a basic hope '
3-40-33-18-58-341 for investigating controls and cures for.cancer
other. :
young sailor hit another automobile, then
: the Society has been steadily increasing -
crashed into a third one driven by a minister 1-30-77-14-75-137 Although there is not too ,
.
its allocations ff> the Lastyear.
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purpose.
and his wife coming back from a night service. GEMINI k-nuch in the way of ac- '
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the total investment made in grants and
In South Carolina, a speeding car that left Born May*t thru Jane 21 LIBBA tibity, you can still take ,
itxcol-" Bern Sept. 24 thra Oct.:to : awards amounted to $129,358.00, an increase of
skid marks fof hundreds of feet after very important steps for-

lided with a second car in the opposite lane, Take advantage of the ward. The first one would more than $8000 over the previous. year.

crashed into a third vehicle and killed two favorable aspects that No matter how other beg be to draw _up a program -

persons.It dominate the week to expedite and coax, do not reveal that should make it

is, not enough to drive at a sensible speed, all work and other your trade or financial possible for you and yours,

to keep on your side of the road, and to obey matters that are awaiting secrets. The confidential to build the foundationfor

all traffic rules. You should be ready, so far your attention. An impatient I interviews or arrangements real future security

as possible, to act in that -sit second when, streak, or the can lead to profitable returns (1st-2nd). Solicit counselsof V .-j ,

:a thunderbolt of, a car out of control rushes goading of a friend,, for all concernedon your mate. ,

towards you. Anyone who has _sever, given seriou may impel you to jump to I the 1st2nd. It is wise 6-30-11-12-84-631 '

thought to what can be done-in such an emergency conclusions, or to arriveat check on the backgroundsof

should think about it., Knowing what, to do strangers. .r18OE8
a decision that may have
might some day save your life. the makings of future and 790111963791gooEPio Bore Feb II ftnIIarch II,

sharp controversies (5th- ...
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I'indthe 6th). Obtain the advice or You may have no better "
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strength
opportunity this month,
elders. JIb.cw..'M, .t.IIta JIIL.JI. '
than on the 1st-2nd, to
for life. 1-60-66-12-31-162 arrive at common decisions
It is
not too difficultto
your .
with someone who is, or
enlarge on your circleof
: GANGER who may become part of,
<<
... -e',. fr4rJeg friends when you take your future existence. You
the pains to be helpful, 1
F should not allow yourself S
Life does not always have entertaining and a source
be driven against your
G to be serious business of inspiration. Valuable
'better 'Judgment, or to
...0.1.y eves if some people may friendships are too previous -
r consider giving up a pro-
try to make you believe to jeopardize just
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la is 'situation on the :
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,otherwise. Yea seem to have for the sake og catering 1400 WRHC 1400
strength of claims that : .
the green light to roam to momentary whims.

aroud, take up new interest there are better ones* to V. .'!.'. _-J'DATUitR'B--..._ ., i
2-40-93-17-54-249 "J 1
and ,be found efsei&ere.eCath... )
do
anythingtkt i.
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would be invaluable to Daem !1YIt e...>tIt 8.SPJC 12.1 NIO13LT'i
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JOM'M a sate or partner + SWEET CHARIOT.

0-i aow Nit in, wfco ta pat"effective efceefces tae to ID jo icoKxxiT than tjan I
looks BLUES THE KNIGHT
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Mr. & ors Lawrence May

c with. Rt. 7 Box 68, Jai, Fla.

XOUISE-G., GUINYARD 4 : Boy .
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Mr. &: Mrs. Nathaniel Law-
t H 1485' West State St.
son, ,
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Mr. & Mrs. George Grant,
Quests attending the "Bon Voyage' party given for :
1918 W. 4th S t.J. Boy
Miss Padrica Mendez were 'greeted with: unique and 3.
I Mr. &: Mrs. Jimmie Arline,
i beautiful decorations when they entered the home of 1.t
1559 W. 18th St. Girl.
Isi: the .hosts Mr. and, Mrs Clarence Von. Bostlck. The
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Curry,
I interior o? the Kibault Road residence: was literally ,,
l 1785K Davis St. Boy.
studded with original oalntlngs. of Italian landmarks. 7 s
a Mr. &: Mrs. George. Williams
Miss Mendez., talented &r ekr&I
1220 Division St., Boy.
daughter of Mrs Jamie 4 4
Mr. &: Mrs William Boston
Mendez and the late Mr.
276 Stockton St. Boy
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Pedro Mendez. was being- :t r> :- .
..,; Mr. &: Mrs. Percy .Mango,
honored on the eve of her .\"." >,,'"' >' .
'-,{ ).Gi ': 1$ 36 W. 9th St. Boy.
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departure for Rome, Italy ''" '!ti !
:--) :..: ;;(Ii., I, '' Mr. &: Mrs. Bassel Ran-
Si.; there 'she will study vocal .it '< '..' ",f -
'" -t'ti;< 1. dolph, 1505 Frances Ave. ,
;' ,music with the Rome Opera jf. : '
0 tl.'. J.- .: Atlantic Beach Girl.
1<< Company. ;$ ..>"
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;., Among, well-wishers were ; ,:
A iff/'f.y.-; 2019 lister St.
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: lIr and Mrs. Ernest J. t
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A. Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.

.... Boy .
Miss, Malissa Robinson Mr. Johnny .
Nathaniel, Greene, .
.. Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph Rollins!,
Williams, Jr., Miss, Vivian Taylor, Mrs. Rosemond Satter-, ,
1597 W. 29th St. Girl.
white Miss Guelda White, Mr. Samuel Williams, and Mr.- :.: 'tS f/ ,
,'jj.. I Mr. &: Mrs. James Williams
Harold Donald. .... 647 Court G, Girl.
The honoree delighted the guests with several solos. ,"jJ"
.' ; Mr. &: Mrs. William Linwood -
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2044 Davis St. Girl

Prior to the lovely'party given by The C. Von B osticks, Mr. &: Mrs. Prince Phillips

--- ----,-- -L- --- 4306 Grunthal St... Girl.
they motored to Conway, South Carolina to attend the

wedding of Miss Harrlette Brown and Mr. James Washington BRIlLIANT EVENT --- Ode of the most brilliant events of the fall-winter social season was ushered in SUn- Mr. &: Mrs John Jenkins

day when' Miss Gwendolyn Jones, the daughter of Mrs. Lottie Jones and also a member of the Duval County 1151 W. 23rd St.,80y.

both Conway residents. public school's instructor's staff. became the bride of Rev. C. B. Dailey, prominent pastor of First Bap-

Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brown, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. :tist Church here.' The highly impressive event was officiated by the groom's father, Rev. C. J. Dailey, Mr. &: Mrs. Thomas Smith

Walker, well-known Jacksonville residents, accompaniedThe pastor of St. Paul Baptist Church Indianapolis, Indiana. 3210 Plateau St. Girl.

Bosticks to South, Carolina and they were entertainedby Fellow .members, of the clergy along with friends and members of the newlyweds families served as ceremony Mr. &: Mrs. Jeff Thomas

relatives and friends in ,Conway Myrtle Beach, and principals. The reception which followed was held in the church's annex.Florida 427-11th St. South Jax '

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Georgetown. ( STAR Photo) _

.. ... .. ... .. .. Mr. ft Mrs. Curtis Hamm
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: 2297 Forrest St. Girl.

Dr. and Mrs.. H. James Green'e' planed to Miami recently. Wedding Bells x Mr. &: Mrs. Elvin Masline .

for / a brief period of relaxation. The Greenes are 5545 Bergan Rd. Boy.

in both educational and social circles. APPLICATIONS FORMARRIAGE
prominent
LICENSES Mr. &: Mrs. Karey Ship-

t..tttt.ttttt.t.ttOtit. man, :3716 Stuart St. Girl

Gary Jefferson, 1322 Franklin. Mr. &: Mrs. Charlie Thomas,
St, 66 and Mattie Dixon, 1322
It's a boy for Atty. and Mrs. Leander Shaw of 2323
1978 Baldwin St.
Girl.
Frankluvt,.58.__ __ r
Lantana Avenue, born recently at Brewster Hospital.Mrs. Earnest Fogle, 1720' W. 9th St. i a r' 3' Mr. &: Mrs. Earl Williams.

Shaw and the new heir are in top condition., 52 and Mable Cromartie, 1720 W. 1850 W. 13th St. (Twin)
th St 47.Wallace "
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A. West 1334 Kings + I

Mrs. Hortense Williams Gray is back at her Alma Mater Rd, 25 and Christine V. Welch, I
1404 B, Grove St, 23. Schedules
Pisk University, where she will assume the duties of .M: W y y' Ye At I f fMen's
Eugene Alston, 1292 W. Adams
Dean of Women. Mrs. Gray is the daughter of Dr. and 3L, 23 and Mildred James, 5609 I

Mrs. I.E., Williams. tfoncrief Rd., 31. Day

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Elijah Mack 1628 Windle St.
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t ... t. .. ...' i L8 and Patricia James, 1023 R For Oct. 22thThe '

Srunthal St, 15.

AT LAST The bridge season is here officially, Fred Hutchinson, 1361 Tyler I
St, 60 and Floreta Small, 1355 men of Mt. Zion,
launched "recentXyj!i by Entre Nous and Hellenesians fyler St, 65. met recently to
southside
BUSINESS-SOCIAL INTERLUDE --- Members of the Zeta Amica club combined business
clubs. Mrs.'Aldohia Seabrooks, a former member of Chas. B. Dailey, 1027 Jessie St, with form their organization 1

Entre Nous club, entertained the group at 1425 W. Third 34 and Gwendolyn Jones, 1325 W., pleasure Monday night when they held their regular meeting and social program at the for the annual Men's Day i
D1aYer'received 25th St., 24. residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Courtney on Edgewood Ave. Highlighting the event
Street. Mrs Vivian Ingram guest a observance which has been
Ted L. Jackson 2132 W. 41st was Mrs. Elizabeth Redding who gave an interesting travelogue of her and her "
from the hostess. Mrs. Ruby Humphrey. Mrs. set for October 22.
gift
.lovely St, 29 and Essie M. Lilly, 2122 husband's recent trip to Europe and other countries. HostessLula E. Courtney '
Charlotte Stewart, and Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons were W. 41st St28. served a sumptuous buffet luncheon. Seated from left are: Mesdames Billie Wilkerson, William H. Taylor was .

winners of club prizes. Other participants in the I Thos. C. Varner, 814 Blanche Eleanor C. Davis, Leola B. Solomon, Eva Satterwhite, Alice Johnson and Evelyn chosen as chairman and

meeting Included Miss Ruth Broome Miss Mozelle, Bruton Jt, 28 and Shirley. Nelson, 815 Florence, president. Standing from left: Mesdames Henrietta Kinnon, Evelyn Wells Alve Jenkins as cochairman J

Jlanche,St, 22. a Elizabeth 'Redding, Wardell Mathews Margaret Sutton and Lula E. Courtney, hostess. ; Windsor Anthony
Mrs. Doris G. Bennett, Mrs. Francis Johnson, Mrs. Camill Robt. Roberts, 1983 W. 18th St, secretary. Daniel Wright
: Other club members are: Mesdames Louise Collins Mamie Campbell Annie Bell Lee,
Thompson, Miss Lauretta Jenkins, Mrs. Lillie B. Black- 51 and Elouise Williams, 1115Logan treasurer; !!race Adams .
J Alwa Glass, Vertie Crews, Bertie Simmons and Margaret Daniels.
shear, and Mrs. Ruth Myers. St, 36. ... program chai.man; Nero If

Henry Jenkins, 1217 W. 22nd : Merritt, publicity chair- j

.. .. .. .. .. .....t.. .. 3t, 20 and Nancy F. Wilcox, 664' (Royal Art Studio Photo) man and Melvin Anderson f
W. 8th St, 19. beautification chairman. t

The Begonia Road home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan McCone 3L Monroe, 22 and Rainey Deloris, 1339 Wilkerson W. 21st, Reading Featured G/bbs/ Junior College Gets : Captains are the Clifford Rev.

provided an ideal setting for the first meeting of the 463 Van Buren St .17. At Gibbs Eathaniel McCray.

Hellenesians Bridge Club. The entire membership was Eugene Hardy, 6530 Erma St., Nursery Enrollment: Aid From Friends Johnson. Jackson Roosevelt Graham.
Daniel Wright
19 and Vera M. Dingle. 419 Kindergarten Sch.ST.
present to see Miss Bernice Griffin, Mrs. Leona Bennettand St 16. Madison Victor Fields,
helps =
ST. PETERSBURG: Pla.-Gibbs Junior College is gettinga
Mrs. Claudia Jenkins soar to the top of the score I Willie M.: Roberts,'640 W. Monroe PETERSBURG FLA. --- representative .hare of ont-or town and out-of Nero Merritt. James Paulin

sheet. Mrs ,Carolyn Washington qualified for consola- St., 23, and Cynthia Sea- Parents of pre-school age state students according to a spot survey made during Horace Adams. Edward
'wright 640 W. Monroe St, 22. Brooks, Windsor Anthony.The .
tion award. children will be pleasedto fall registration.
Jr. Rt 9 Box 413 chairman of the
Eddie Jones ,
in addition to prize winners, embers present included note Gibbs Junior College's education major returnsto
3, 21 and Shirley P. Frazier, 614. Relatives of Gibbs'' St. Petersburg, her program committee has
Mrs. Bernice Hamilton Mrs. Evelyn Barnes, Mrs. Nan :art F, 19. efforts in .trainingcyoungst'ers. II Junior College faculty native home, after having announced that programsare

; Fletcher, Mrs. ''Kathyrn Robinson, Mrs. Pearl Miller, Harold :Haynes, 607 W. Beaver I members and students travelled extensively being arranged for

Miss Margaret Williams Mrs. 'Geraldine Jones, and Mrs. St, 20 and Aza L. Butler., 1011 Through its Nursery Kin- played a big role in stateside and abroad. each service.
Hogan St, 16. dergarten program, ele-
Leola Dudley. luring a number of out-
2615 Davis St mentary techniques of
.. ... .. .. .t. ... .. .. .. .. Ira Crawford, will be emphasizedfor of-staters to the Junior
SI and Minnie .Ford, 744 W. Du reading
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val St, 60. pre-school a children. College.A
in order to facilitate trek to Sunny Florida 10 '

C. T. Haley Sr. reading mentary programs schools'in ele- was and Gibbs made Junior possible College' for eaa4t. '


Joins Hampton's Emphasis on reading at sophomore business major
Gertrude Shelton when her
.the local institution is fO .I
:1jL Public Relation in alignment with the aunt Miss Mary Perrin rwlJ

: national educational trend. Joined the Social Studies

departoent. .

__ Hampton Va.. Charles T. Serving as coordinatorof The freshman elementaryAdventurers
the Nursery Kindergarten THE WORLD'S MOST
Haley Sr. tj
recently an
account executive with the program with its special MAGNIFICENT BOURBON
reading emphasis is Mrs. ILl
Joseph V. Baker Associates,

a national public relations Affie Teal, well-knpwn To Hold Fefc .
county reading specialist.The .
firm based In Club ,
[ The Adventurers will
Gibbs Junior College
Philadelphia, has been Kindergarten observe its 6th anniversarySept.
Nursery pro-
appointed Director of graa has had a tremendous 25 at 8 p... in the.

Public Relations at impact J>n the .area. Nowenterj' Educational building of lest. f
'. Hampton> Institute, Hampton, -
its fourth year,' Union Baptist Church. '

Virginia.A the proofs has had 60 The event will b'e in the -' ;
1938 graduate of
enrolleesof, whom havecolIPleted fora of a musicale featuring
r.aHer Syracuse University, Mr.
Haley brings to his position r\T iresents' for .Mrs. Eloora Clipper and Mrs.
certification from the
a wealth of diversified Clementine Wiggins. Mrs.
state License\ ard. Others. 'Alice Martin will serve as OLD
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experience in the
mother her sister?
or areas of press and huaan are participating in on- ,accxm anist.
the-job training prograa. .
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR relationships. Also, he
These persons have supervised -
is a nephew of the great
as many as 2500 emetita3ea.BABY .
Whether you want the excitement:of*different Negro leader, Frederick children and this I

hair ahade, or want to give new life to dull or DoU ':!s,8"1: sons tCharl es. basis. Officials on at the NEEDS rovasox

gray hair..insist on long-lasting hiircplor jLlke aany men in his field, e
in the famous red package-Go4efroys %; :Mri Haley launched his Junior college are urging LAXATIVE, TOO

Larieuae. It's easy,to apply, and complete in- persons who intend toquali.fy Fer.
.communications careeras ?er M yean, others .... reJM -
one package-there's nothing else'to buy. for this typeof
: a sportwriter and editor is eolle BABT EJLSE.-Pk.
his alma oater'sofficial vacation, to enroll in -6tltlij,..., 10 dYe JIqeQ.!,.
with
18tovEtYcocoRS. this, year's prograa. because table tar."BABY BAS&"brim e
44i'. student puplica- the needs of the .esltt. wkh.at ...... ''"LUIy
!/ "'--. \ '\*: ;,' tlon. He served four counities 'in the'Taapa ..... feu MI eiathia.... K1tl
..A.i.ua.- MM >twes. Amt_9ev draft!*
da the sports staff .
years 10Ws OLD't1IN61rtOBwAi1N44IY. OlD H OI'f DtSTWI$WtHutA
being net ...
are
Bay area v..
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with qualifiedpersonnel. .
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i Laura Street .r Group Celebrates .Annual Event I AboutPeop1e I IDonald


Presbyterian __ .


Eugene Simmons of Plant City, spent

Church Notes r his vacation here with his aunts, Mrs. Jannie

Mae Jordan, Mrs. Hattie McNeal arid Mrs. Min-
BY L. N. PEARSON SR. :
t7rif -.. nie L. Thomas of 2951 Bethel Court. He was

entertained with several social affairs: and

The Sunday School begins ? : among them was a lawn party at the home of

; Sunday/Oct. 1 at 9:30. ::I d4 ir Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas, with Miss Lois
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a.m. with T. 'V. Huger,
Sears as hostess. Donald is a senior at the
superintendent in charge.
Sunday is Promotion Day : Marshall High School of Plant City.iitiitiiiiiiiiit .
.
,, I' for all classes. All i
I ,teachers are asked to bon William C. Hozendorf Jr. and sons, Curtis

time as the promotions r ta and Eric of Boston, Mass. were recent visi-

will be made during tors in the city. They are the son and grand-
the Sunday School hours.
children of. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Holzen-
Sunday is Worldwide
a Communion Sunday. Rer.. dorf Sr. of 1473 Evergreen Avenue. Mr.

Franklin D. Wilson, Holzendorf is a medical technician in the

pastor, will bring the ,r'If veteran's administration hospital. While here

message and serve the they were honored with a family reunion din-


communion.asked' to Every come memberis and ner. i i ii i .
bring a friend. : .. !
t Both choirs will serve ) J. Earl Morse, president of the Brewster
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the rites with C.... E. >l.,,;---' ,* Men's Club, Inc. Mrs. Mable Morse, medical
Simmons Jr. at the \ organ. .J.4;;'' ,,... ,< .J .'," librarian at Brewster and Mrs. Jacqueline

Members of both ser- ji1 i.;' 'LI. : ; .. ':\' i Hendry, R. N. left the city last Friday to
vices are asked to be 'j", it
.-'" attend the annual meeting of the National
,robed by 10:50 a.m. so ; i.
as to promote harmony of : Hospital Association which meets in Atlantic

service. All late'members City N. J. Whi ]e there Mr. Morse will meet

who cannot go into with the officials of Betty Stewart Old Eng-

thd Santuary with the lish Fruit Cake Company.

1 choirs on time are asked i is iii . ii .
to seek their
equili- yW" R cY y J. Miss Verdell Mons, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Bar-
briums in the congregation
with avowed tran- rera and Thomas Byron Shields are new addi-

,quility. tions to the Florida Star Staff.

Communicant Classes are Ed Charles, former star second baseman, of

a. now in session. Adultsat -- the Jacksonville Braves Baseball Club was a

7:30 p.m. at the, ANNIVERSARY -- The Century Social and Savings club recently observed its 10th recent visitor to the Florida Star. Mr.

church Wednesday eve- AYE Church at 13th and Myrtle Avenue. Seated foreground I) Mrs Mabel Breeden anniversary president. at Front St. Paul Charles is back home in Jacksonville after
lett- row
nings children. 5 from
; p.m. Miss Janie
at the church on Satur- open Mrs. Rutha Mae Brown Giles Mrs.Mr8'Mildred Betty R.Francis Johnson, Mrs' Louise Giles, Mrs Aline Lang, Mrs. Isabel Co finishing the baseball season at Vancouver.
Aorla Brooker. Mrs. Willie Bea Moran, Mrs. Bertha Sabb Canada.
,
day evenings. Young Irs. Rosa Lue
Durham
Mrs. Llllie McPherson, Mrs. A. B. Houston
Adults 6 p.m. at 3066 left: Mrs. Eries Johnson Mrs. Freater Foston., ,Mrs. and Mrs. Mary Bodall. Second row from iii iii ii *
Mary Woods Mrs. Edith' '"
Foston
Woodlawn Road Sunday Mrs. Susia Wilson Mrs. Annie K. Wilson Mrs. Frances Hollis Mrs' Elouise Keller, Mrs. Mamba Thomas The Sunny Rose Gospel Singers will appear ina
Miss
: Sandra
Durham.
evenings. Other members are: Urs. Easlyn JackSon and Mrs. Leila Sutton. Mrs. COria Brooker recital in the First Born Church No.2,
Rev. Wilson is record- / crowned captain of Group I, was
ing the morning mes- of flowers.queen of the club.- Mrs. Mildred. Francis, captain of Group 2. was presented beautiful bouquets 1459 W. Union Street, Oct. 2. Elder Flax

sages. Any ill membersor Howard is the pastor. Other singers are in-

ill friends can have : (Photo By Weens) vited. Mrs. Rosetta Cohen is sponsor. The

these messages brought : ..- program is given in interest of the financial

into their homes by First.Baptists ,Tabernacle Plans UnfonrCommtmlfy's :love Feast drive which will terminate Oct. 29 in the
making the request to .
First Born Temple, 825. W. Monroe Street.
Rev. F. D. Wilson 3066 Slate AdivitiesBY'Roia Oct. 15th Recital :Women Plan' For I AnnouncedFountain By Elder A. Hill is the pastor.
Woodlawn
Road, phonePO iiiiiiiii . .
8-5905. Lee Coffie Chapel
Maxie W. Williams Jr. at casionm Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rose, of 2926 Bethel

Musicale Planned The Missionary Society will be presented in a Love ,Feast will be con- Court recently returned to the city from

will meet Sunday Oct. 8 musical' recital Oct. 15, ducted at Fountain Chapel Gable, S. C. after spending sevpral days

By Senior WomenThe at' 4 p.m. in the church's at 7 p.m. in Tabernacle AME Church Friday night with rs. Hattie McFadden and otner rela-

Senior Women Missionary -, auditorium. Mrs. Arabella Baptist Ch urch. The r with the pastor. Rev. F. tives. Mrs. McFadden accompanied the Roses

1 Society of -Second Calendar, president, is program is being sponsoredby W. Jones officiating. here and will spend several weeks enjoying

/ Baptist church will conduct asking all members' pre- Mrs. Queen Akins and Sunday services will be- the hospitalities of Jacksonville and other

its annual musicale sence at the meeting.The will be presented by Mrs. gin with the Sunday Schoolat Florida cities.

f Lord's Supper will be Emma B. Johnson. iiii...iiiiiiiii..
during the evening worship 9:30 a.m. The super-
service Sunday. Oct. 15. :administered by the pas Williams 'is a member of intendent is appealing to Mrs. Janelle Wilson, collections clerk at

Harry Simmons out- tor Rev. C. B. Dailey at Tabernacle and serve as :the parents"and friendsto Brewster Methodist Hospital is ill at her
5 p.m. He will be assisted chairman of the trustee .
standing basso, will be the accompany the children home. The office personnel presented her witha

featured artist. Other by other ministersof board and a member of choir to the Sunday school as beautiful floral arrangement of yellow and
the church. The pastor 2 and the Senior Male MRS. JUAtylTA GREEN
talented personalities will special guests. bronze roses, chrysanthemums and gladioli,
I r appear on the program. will deli'ver both major Chorus. .Women' s Day Chairman Morning worship will begin 'delivered to her by Mrs. Frankye Garnett
sermons 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Hostesses will be membersof
several group numbers from at 11 o'clock. The supervisor of admitting office.
the combined choirs will Sunday School begins at Usher Boards 1 and 2. Holy Communion will be message for the morning .......ii..iiiii..

,t also be heard. The combined 9:20 a.m. with G. W. Scott, Serving'Choirs will be held at our church locatedat will be delivered by the Mrs. Alberta Duncan of 1359 Harrison Street,
superintendent and the Choirs 1. 2 and the Senior Beaver and Eaverson sts.
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choirs will be under the pastor. Holy Communion left the city recently to spend her vacationin
instructors in charge. Male Chorus under the direction Sermons for the day will be ,
I r direction of Mrs. G. C. will be administered at Pittsburgh, Pa. New York City and New
Choirs 1 and 2 and Usher of Mrs. Evelyn delivered by: the pastor.
Vaught.. and.assisted by the morning and evening Haven Conn. She is a member of Mt. ,Carmel
C Boards 1 and 2 will serve Hall Johnson. Rev. H. Hollis-Hooks sup-
Charles T. Marshall. Mrs. services. The membersare Baptist, Church, president of Deaconess Board
Jointly throughout the day. The program is being ported by Choir 1 and'
Vaught will also narratethe reminded to be pre- 1 and civic leader.
program.Mrs. The Male Chorus will rehearse -, sponsored by Choir 1 of Usher Board '2. pared to pay the balanceon ii5i5 5.5 5 5 5 5 i.......5.
Monday night start the church. Sunday hool begins at
Rosa L. Edwards is their conference bud- Mrs. Cecil Williams Butler and Mrs. Ruth
ing ft 8 p.m. Tuesdaynight's 9:30 a.m. with C. L. Crane
chairman of arrangementsand get. Neal Wright September brides, have returnedto
Prayer Meeting Anniversary Set superintendent and his The Allen Christian Endeavor
Mrs. Alexina Johnsonis their desks at Brewster Methodist Hospital
starts at 7 o'clock. staff in charge. League will conveneat
president the so- after a brief bridal tour.
ciety. Wednesday, night's..... Bible 'The Eastside Fellowship I,. Prayer and,Class meeting I 5 p.m. with the president ......................

study opens at 7 o'clock, praying Club will observe will be helcVTuesday eve- Charlie Jones, pre- .
Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass: will Mrs. Lula Rose of 2926 Bethel Court spent
will be, conducted by the its anniversary Oct. 15 : ning and Choir 2 rehearses : siding. #
serve as the accompanist several days vacationing with her brotherand
pastor. The weekly Boy in Trinity Baptist Church. Thursday evening.: Evening worship will begin i '
and members of the various sister Mr. and -
Mrs. A. C. Rice and children -
Scouts meeting will be Rev. C. J. Crosby' is the All members who have not> at 7 clock. Mrs. B. 1
church will of Fort Lauderdale. Before
groups serve returning
held in the church Annex pastor. A program will be paid their budget for the Douglas, chairman of
home she visited relatives
hostesses. and
as friends in
[Thursday at 6:30 p. m. I, presented for the occasion. last half of the conferenceyear Women' s Day is asking all Belle Glade.

have: been asked to captains to contact the ........ti.iii...tiii

make payments as earlyas members of their group. .

possible.On Captains who fail to contact ,
t nowit's Pepsi Sunday. Oct. 8. Rev.E. the members are askedto Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd McDuffie Mr. & Mrs. George
p. r Henry of Brooklyn New York were the house '
1 V. Webster, chaplainof contact Mrs. S. D. Davis
I for those who think young Ward Chapel will be the She will help to contact guests of Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Paul Jones 1540 W.
5th St. and Mr. & Mrs. Bob Harrington 1612 N.
we're onthego I as never be fore. We lead full life. speaker for the 11 a. m. them. The need to see
i I E t 1 11 Today service. ftev. Webster is avery Myrtle Ave. recently. They were dinner guests i

LPepsi i This is the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean-tasting dynamic speaker and them is urgent.Masons at Mrs. Kiggie Smith's home 2034 McQurde St. .

InlllInuu uWli(I1 Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please" to hear him is an in- WillObserve and other social coutresies were extended them.

spitational treat. -
Annual'
Also on Oct. 8, the Female ,

4 r Baptist Chorus Church of will Zion rendera Hope fZerubabeDay. FREE! FREE! FREE

k "- rk ;' All
.1? Royal Arch Masons of
program for benefit of

4 T.i'-'c" ,.,:..?.""..>..... Women's Day during the evening District 7 which includes Kfk Up DC/I very Service
j r?' ri service. Gainesville ocala Bush- I
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.-. .- nell.Bronson. Brooksville.
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:
Women a Day, will be ob- FOR
: A Dade City, Tampa. St.
.' served Oct 22.' Mrs.
,. ;'f:. Letonia.Alexander will be Petersburg Bradenton and ALL- YOUR. DRUG'STORE NEEDS.,..... ,
,: .: Sarasota have been requested -'| CALL .
.
speaker for the morning 'a. .
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to meet Oct. attit. -
: 8
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.. and Choir 1 of Allen
Carmel Baptist church, MerVon's Pharmacy
Chapel AWE Church will be
ky corner NW Fourth Street
the guest choir. Choir
c \ "; and NW Fifth Avenue, in
1 of New St. James AWE 2735 W. Edfcpwood Av*
y "- Gainesville, to observe
Church will be the guest "

choir for the,,6:30 p.m. .Zembbabel Day. Phone
A. eaver, .' '
j' hour of worship. The complete Rev. Cyrugj ,
program will be pastor of Day__Spring Baptist 5-1582.. :
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Editor's Note: .This Is the first in a series of photo-features Fabulous. City. but it" can even more appropriately. be, dubbed. Italians, black, browns, blondes and an assortment of hues which

oo. the city of Miami' designed as a service to readers throughjut ,.the. 'New Frontier City' together posess the potentiality of a truly beautiful and'

the state of Florida who have expressed keen interest in Miami is a young, prosperous, growing city:. and it vibrates .democratic scene. -

the. activities of Miami ... .and. too, as a means of bringing into with the same energy and vitality of youthfulness modern ideas The photos' on this page depict some of the aspects of life in

focus the people, white and, especially Negroes, who compose t and progressive. movement. It is anew" melting pot. It is a life in Miami and will be followed in subsequent weeks with.'more

1'' this great city.. . s conglomeration of colors.a mixture of races, cultural backgrounds pictures highlighting other phases from religion to nite life

hasabeen and ideas. Caucasians Negroes, Jews, Cubans, GreeksMAYOR and .the people involved.
Thin is Miami it nicknamed 'The Magic City'.Thtom" _._ _- If.. .
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The Miami Jazz Scene has spent a sizzling surer in
the most absolute doldrums. With the exception of

I the regular Sunday afternoon sessions in the Fiesta
Room, featuring WALLY FLITCH RUBIN MITCHELL etc. ,
it has been a very poor season for Swinging Sounds. .
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The Mary Elizabeth I his campaign for the
Hotel Lounge and the City Commission rolling.A. jj
Sir John Hotel ,Lounge C. Adams Fotos, the POLICE CHIEF HEADLEY
have been the only rooms nice gent with the cameras I HUM
this side of town makingany has been com- = ENFORCES LAW -- In a city

real attempt to facilitate missioned as official HEAD MAN Protocol demands the size of Miami and with

a policy of" photog for the. Florida 'that the number one man of its mixture of elements,
,Good Jazz for the last crime is inevitable. and
Star in Miami. clubs, the city should come first,
couple of years, now, churches socialites even in a photo-featureof the job of enforcing the
this state of affairs
has beer truncated by are advised to contact this type. That man is law and giving protectionto
Adams Photos. if they Robert citizens and visitors
the announcement that King High Mayor of
want their pictures'took' the falls on the shoulders of
thriving city of Miami.
the Sir John Lounge to go into the
will be converted into, Star..They tell us Mayor High has contributed .. Police Chief Walter K.

the 535 Bar with the, 535, quite a few 'chancers' greatly to the continuing ,GOVERNING BODY -- The governing bodythe men who run the city- Headley.
Area being disolved into struck it lucky in expansion of 'The Magic Headley has served the
is composed of elected members of the City Commission who
are
l' the Knight Beat Club. 'cuba' bondville and City' and has led the move- city of Miami for a number
.BALLADEER HAROLD FRAZIER seen at their desks during one of the sessions.
special town when they ment to maintain good' racial of years and is credited
has a most unusual gig followed the hunches This; group? working as a team is responsible for much of the
1 improveeconomic with keeping crime at a
at the BONFIRE. he goes t given out in "Clown"on relations social economic and educational advances that have been.affee .
to work at 5 in the page 7.last week standards where ted in.MJa i in recent years. -', minimum. Among his efficient -
it is found force of policemen
Yawningl..CQMPOSERARRANGER! -- warranted and -
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KELSAN REVUE is still '
HAMPTON REESE holding fourth in the provide educational and ; who rate with the finest

/ is responsible'for. the FIESTA ROOM COMIC recreational facilitiesfor a in the country are a number
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sharp orchestrations t. _. ,., ;;. ,.
FLIP WILSON will take all. of Negro officers

JONES you'll' new hear ABC on PARAMONT DIZZY to funny the stories road with followinghis the -'.L lI',,....,....... -t. ........., --7..- -_..'... .-<./d.-:.:,..-_, \.,,:-,....-c-J.r-r, ,'..;"."": ....I.......-.;,'..'',-F>rI'.,. c::.>> .... :f.. .,-. I. ," -"-'+::- .

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youthful Liberty city priately titled Flip-' .

bundle had the girl pin is doing very ._ /'I .
hunters stretching their well across the nation 1' Ly fs ..'41.t :;; :j':
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the Mary Elizabeth the Magazine. '" .?.f. $
other night..Lucille YUMMY TINA, who recently : s4:;
Rutherford the nifty returned from a long _
Leghorn on Sir John's engagement in Detroitis 1 I_ I "f

desk had a couple of appearing weekendsat
out-of town gents flip- TERRELL PRUDE'S
ping like Wilson when ANTIQUAN CLUB in Hal-
she and .her busomy sis landale. those of us 3 3
walked into the Georgia who have enjoyed barmaidIDA y L
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cafe, the other morn. MOORE sing with the ;

Publisher Eric Simpson different groups in the y :->\-
thinks the Mary Eliza- Sir John Lounge over the
years are wondering just : :
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most telephonic voices all of those tunes storedup TENEMENT IMPROVEMENT A vast change in the tennement st -uy

he's ever heard. .Folk. inside this little Gal HOUSING _-' For a number of years shacks' like the one seen at has taken place in the past decade as evidenced by the im -

are wondering when some when the once popular left were quite prevalent in the Negro sections and only those proved-type apartment building which is .one of hundreds of

of the civic minded room expires. in higher income brackets could provide homes and surroundin'gssuch such buildings in the Negro area. Despite the change, there
? citizens of color are SYLVIA SATIN is being
as the kids at right are seen enjoying. are .arguments pro and con as to how beneficial they are to
going to put some color-- sought to open in the
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Nightly Tuesday Sunday
men and women who have dedicated much of their time to the civic

t 6 p.m. until 4:; 0..... effort of developing youth. In the scenes above are shown justa
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KO MINIMUM curb juvenile delinquency. At left, a game room in the YWCA

:1 where art and games are supervised by *Y' workers. The, accompanying -
.ekeb iri < RELIGIOUS EItPHASISAlthouch Miami bubbles. with glamour and
w Ties and ; after '?;m. open to the public j hq .r photo shows youngsters in a swimming and first aid
excitement and sometimes gives the ispression"of a purely fun- Class-
loving city, the residents.the people who work and live in ------ADAMS PHOTOS -----

I Miaai..are. deeply religious people. Mt., Zion Baptist Churchone ... .
Glut:sandwiches, steaks, ckeps, cfrlckgn .'. of in South Florida is one of the many temples of various .., !' COMMING NEXT WEEK -. -; < .'
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CALL HAROLD KEMP ,
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': ;: I L Aftencl- Pr.xy'sReception I "Louisiana's' :.James, WeJonJohnson School

(: ,- .1P ft; School Closings I

Are Blocked Slates New Testing; Methods



JJ......... COiINmII judge NEW ORLEANS federal court A three-Aug. The fact that capacity to enroll in remedial

Y.ft. 30'struck down Louisi- enrollment need not be a reading classes. Suet

.- '. ana's school closing law deterent to the smooth classes are held in the

BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON which permitted school manner In which a school reading laboratory and

land'of districts in favor of operates was apparent as are taught by a reading
old
grand ours
PORTIONS OP THIS
WHILE SOME -r YrP abandonement of public
fume and boil over the idea of 'integration 30.000. schools faced with de- the school begin its 1961- ape cia Ii st.

40000. 50,000 others are paying the price of a segregation. 1962 session with 1,964 Course offerings in

ticket to watch profootball and to see the great stars Although the grants were, students. Thirty-three' foreign languages con-

r perform. That difference does it make if quarterback !not ruled il'le8althe' academic classrooms, an sist of French and Spanish,
.Johnny Unitas of the Baltimore Colts hands off to court also tjed in Louisiana's -
industrial arts shop, anda ,which are offered on the
'brown-skin Lenny Moore or Joe "The Jet" Perry grantinaidprogram '
gymnatorium have absorbed 'eighth and ninth grade
line for first and tenor Big Jim Brown
hits the : J to schools.
the students in levels and provide for
plunges over for a touchdown for the Cleveland Browns. r The three judges John
A winning team is what the owners want and a well a .G r Minor Wisdom J. Skelly staggered shifts with periodic recordings to
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played game is what the fans pay to see, it matters. :, + Wright, and Herbert W. sessions beginning at evaluate the linguistic

not who's doing what. Christenberry of theU. 8:25, 10:15, and 11:15 progress of the students.

DID YOU KNOW THE FELLOW who took the ball on the S. Fifth Court of Appeals a.m. and ending at 3:25 Provisions have been
opening kickoff for the Philadelphia Eagles and ran stated in their
3' F and 4:25 p.m. respec made for exceptional
through the entire Cleveland Browns team for '105 opinion, by Judge Wis- '
yards for a touchdown was a brown- skin star by the dom, This is not the tively. students in Duval county

name of Tim Brown? Football is the same everywhere, moment in history for a Greene pointed out that who are on the junior

it matters not who the players are. A great performeris : state to experiment in despite the tremendous high school level. Two

the pride of a coach's heart. Tim Brown was out ignorance. enrollment, provisions instructors in the area

there to do just what he did and ,every player on the have been made for the of Special Education are
team would like to do the same thing. Keege institute
utilization of modern
responsible for the con-
ALL THE TALK ABOUT SEGREGATION has become so staleit r ri ox
begins to smell. Thinking people are fed up withit. Receives $100,000. teaching methods, such as tent subjects of these

The Negro athlete has conducted himself on the 4;, TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala.A team teaching, auto- students, who are then

field and off the field to the extent that he is no' $100,000 pledge for instructional devices, integrated into other

longer considered a Negro athlete, but an athlete. 1JEj, Tuskegee Institute-the television classes,' con- classes for music, industrial -
Even the colleges and universities of the deep south
largest by the alumni in trolled classes remedial arts, physical
where Negroes are barred, turn out outstanding ath- the school's historyhas
education, and homemaking
offered those fat contracts, reading, and special
letes and wjien they are been made by the Tus-
they never turn them down merely because they will be e;,S kegee General Alumni .education. education.

playing on teams with Negro players.ONE Association, it was announced -: The Mathematics Depart- Corresponding with
OP THE MOST BEAUTIFUL sights to watch is to see this week. ment is taking advantageof student growth the
THE'RAINS' CAME As it has done for the past several
Mississippi
Florida
from the Georgia
top performers James W. Woodson, Tus- team teaching for faculty membershiphas
Louisiana Texas Maryland Alabama Kentucky, South 'years rain fell on the evening of the MT College
keg@e Alumni Affairs Director the first time in the been increased to
Carolina and North Carolina working hard for one 'President's Reception for freshman students. and Association
sixty-four, the largestin
common cause along with Tim Brown Irv Cross Ted Co-eds Irma Wilson left Asheville N. C., and Jean Executive Secretary, said history of the school.
of the Philadelphia Eagles, This method consistsof the history of the
Peaks
Dean and Clarence
Vaughter. Crewe, Va. snuggle under the umbrella of the pledge--which came in
and to see the team work of team mates from those institutions the form of a resolu- having two classes school.
Trenton, N. C. All three-were a part
William Brown,
out there with Jimmy Hill, Willie lest
classroom
tion--was approved at occupy a single -
Prentice Gautt Tom Day and Ted Bates of the St. Louis of the record breaking freshman class which enrolledat the association's recent permitting the
Cardinals. the College last week.
Sixth Triennial teachers to interchange ,
THERE IS NOT ANY ANTAGONISTIC spirit of the players i 11 meeting in Los Angeles st E.k, a;

from those schools where they could not play with which attracted some 700 ideas and techniquesand
Negroes when they go on the field with Ropsevelt Gibbs Junior College Set Tuskegeeans and friends. to alternate in I

Taylor J. C. Car line, Willie Galimore Charlie The money, when rea- giving instructions and

Bivins, Herman Lee and John Farrington of the Chicago State's First Duo-Integration lized, will be used for checking the progressof

Bears'. All of, this stale and outmoded talk about the college's current students. It is inter-
segregation is not heard when Amos Marsh DaveGraySon ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. --- Into the archives of history operating budget. eating to note that in tt

Don Perkins, Don Bishop, Warren Livingston, will go the name of Gibbs Junior College for having "The realization of such classes problems

Frank Clarke, Nate Borden, Charlie Granger and Hou- accomplished something noother Florida institution'had this effort (resolutionto .discipline are almost
ston Antwine of the Dallas' Cowboys take the field raise $100,000)wouldreflect
able to accomplish.
been .
with their Anglo-Saxon team mates. that our alumni entirely nonexistent.The w

THERE IS PERFECT PEACE CONTENTMENT in the minds This mushrooming young and a Korean ranks among the strongest use of auto-

of Jackie Simpson, Rick Casares: Sonny Jurgenson,' institution has achieved Pinellas County has in the nation instructional devices I

Zeke Bratkowski Pat Summerall, Jimmy Orr and the integration on both. now desegregated both said Woodson. The Tus known as teaching machines
other colledans from institutions which bar Negroes. kegee alumni has a mem- CHILD'S FOLDING SCREEN
levels-in the student of its publicsupportedjunior continue to be a partof
Everybody is out there to do a job and that is the bership of 22,000.In Multipurpose folding
body, and also on the colleges.. the school program, screen helps children from
uppermost thing in their minds. They realize that describing the suc-
Dick Bass, Pervis Atkins, Ollie Matson, Tom Wilson, faculty. The formerly allwhiteSt. cess of the conventionat with three teachers tots to teen-agers keep their
and End
Dwayne Allen' Elbert Kimbrough, Lamar Lundy, John Cracking the racial Petersburg Junior. which California Attorney supervising Individual sections room neat of perforated orderly.hard-

Baker, David Jones, Willie Hector, and Charles Cowan barrier on the faculty College admitted iits General Stanley classes In algebra where board for hanging clothing
are just members of the Los Angeles Rams. level was Mrs. Marjorie first Negro students Mosk was keynoter Wood- the machines are used. changes Center section of
MILLIONS OF FANS TURN OUT each to watch foot- son said members of
year Dargan Carter. She is the this ''summer. The institution Approximately 325 seventh insulation board serves as
ball, baseball and basketball. They pay to see a game the alumni "placed bulletin board. Screen makesa
and to see some star performances. They pay to see wife of a professor at also acceptedtwo fhemselvejs among the grade students receive fine room divider folds flat

their favorite teams and players. Their favorite player the all-white Florida Negro students for elite with a star per- mathematical instructionby for compact storage. To

could be a Negro or a white performer. The field Presbyterian-College. the fall semester. formance. television, with a order, send 25
of sports is the one field where people never have Dr. John W. Rembert, 'teacher present in the 506 to this newspaper c/o

time to talk about segregation Integration, aggrava- .President of Gibbs Kellogg Head; Visits GJC classroom to give personal Service, Chicago.Bureau 11.200 Illinois.E. Ontario -
tion, or retaliation it is a field where people talk
.Junior College, said Mrs. tutoring and to check or ask for your free Service
about concentration, compilation meditation and
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(carter was assigned to their progress. File, listing over 500 other
speculation. Concentration on the teams, compiling
projects.
facts and figures, meditating on team strength and teach two courses of. Eighth grade social -

speculating on the outcome of the game. Follow the English. 1 studies students also
trmd Of, snorts and eliminate evil. thoughts. The proximity'to her .
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: of Gibbs Junior
home
. Help For Hun'tersHunting a"I College, and the desire to take advantage 0 1... of the world's leading

is fast approaching television instruction headache
season powders
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in many areas and the woods To "dress, up" those tiered accessory 'to do part-time teaching'were with televised
will be full of shelves in the corner of your Mrs. classes ;
soon eager nimrods! decorative the reasons
beginners and veterans. If room use an adhesive in.American History.Conventionally ONLY
your
husband's planning covering as a trim. Some covering Carter gave for applying -
a hunting
trip;
materials, such as_ the Marvalon taught.
be sure he a few for a positionat
of flare-red! hunter packs pack packages tissuesas brand, are available in a wide choiceof .'. A classes have followed the I L
safety colors and patterns to match or Gibbs Junior College. THIS ONEgives
an extra precaution. The decor. pattern outlined in the
bright color of the tissues in tbesepocket contrast with your room Mrs. Carter has an j Y A r
-Size packages is more easilyseen in g television instruction
undergraduate degree the
in the woods. you
v series, that is, having
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from the
.tinearts each course outlined in standard measureof

PHOTOGRAPHS FOR University a master's of Chicagoand degree 174 lessons to be taught quality for only

daily and six scheduled
EVERY OCCASION in English from the ''examinations. rlli2i affordsa

University of Arkansas. refreshing sequential 2 powdersGoodu's(G
Becoming a part of the
Expri Photography --.,- order of continuous learn-
11 I Portrait <. Wedding* Btaquais student body was Mrs. ST. PETERSBURG_"_FLAr-Orr-' #$Her.&indl4n r.-eittretoe ing.

Passports & Identification Pkoloi Geraldine Stevens, a right, head of Columbia University's Kellogg Foundation .... ,. .
Photostats Commercial. Work housewife and free- project and Columbia's major advisor to Gibbs Problems of the slow

1 Photos For Newfpiper.CniiWblU lance writer who came Junior College president, Dr. John Rembert, extreme 'learner have been considered

You Walt to St. Petersburg several left, was a GJC visitor, along with his family, re- and when there
Coloring & Picture Frnina cently. Rembert was under Sindlinger while studyingfor are indications that -rna.ac oooo-
Bucks-
Lot Vi TaD A Photo Of Tea years ago from the doctorate in higher administration. Members
poor reading is the HEADACHE POWDERS
port, Maine. She enrolled Sind-
of the Sindlinger family shown are Cathy Mrs.
basis for retardation
In Natural Color' in business and linger family shown are 'Cathy, Mrs. Sindlinger, and 2 POWDERS se 12 POWDERS 25*
t. JJ1'- Spanish courses. Judy. students are permitted
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PHOTO STUDIO Mrs. Stevens indicatedthat

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1674 Kings Rd.-Next to EWC Library she chose to attend f

PJa. II. 4-7S9 Fa ApJr.1IIw Gibbs Junior College be-
cause 0 f the nearness of

1 the college to her home

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get and also because she feels
that the institution of-
a
fers a Quality, program.

LOW PRICES Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. RIDE THE COACH INSTEAD

Carter are active members .: '
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)10..j < BE DOLLARS AHEAD!
of the Congress of
DBUG STORE NEEDS
Racial Equality. I):: Save wear and tear on yourself as well as your

On Your A total of 46 applications 'tti: j.-- automobile by riding a Jacksonville Coach/egularly. kh

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store was received from : :t :.'!' -=r. Those jangled traffic nerves will quit wearing you downwhen'you

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISET persons desiring to teachat -
I let courteous Coach driver safe
: a give you a ,
the college. :i<' .
IN LOCAL PAPERS '
i YOUR #G' : -_ comfortable ride to the front door of your destination.
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Dr. Reabert said that -
in the future, applications a ,KTO2W-.V '; :, Relax and ride a Jacksonville Coach today!
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will be considered In ,J r "- Charter a Coach f for your Party!". ._telephone:Elgin 47881JACKSONVILLE z- '

U8t KINGS BOAO at MYRTLE' wYra-V s terms of the needs of ,
PHONES EL IMUSf '
{ 'Gibbs Junior College.The COACH COMPANY
We DeBver We Abo F1H AH Doctor PreacttpCMC
f Junior College ii .
PAY YOUR LIGHT. WATER AND TELEPHONE '.r,.. SjM_re.*\ Foika in Tear* Jf ef_ Jacksonville Coach
currently
processing,
BILLS AT OUR STORE .. the applications of

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Blue' Ocvifc' Coptoms "Not Crying" Aggies. :Foward; VvoMen/ Bethune Hosts Benedict Clash

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expect to have another ., basis returns to its rightful place in Jacksonville -

winner" said Bert Piggott Saturday night. Oct. 14 when the fighting

head coach 0 of the A&T R -a i Wilcats of Bethune-Cookman College represent the,
determined band of Baptist Tigers
Methodists against a
/. i::: :_ College Aggies, as he spokeat from Benedict College Columbia, S. C. Gametime is
the buffet givenin
supper
slated for 8 p.m.
honor of the A&T foot-
To Bethune-Cookman and The parade's
the city.
ball team the
Greens-
by
its adherents
it will .itinerary will be an-
boro Boosters Club. again be a return to the nounced.

_- The affair was held on climes where they were Advance admission tick-
W
: ,Monday evening September t 3 at once "masters of all ets will go on sale this

18 at the local Americana they syrveyed. Some of weekend at Hollywood

:: Supper Club.Speaking the greatest exploits of Record ShoP'Tourist
> }' .' the Wilcats' immortalswere Convention Bureau. Buster
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etched on' the gridi- Ford's. Johnny Springle-
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had dropped its first contest rons of Jacks mville.
and other placesto
20-19 to the Benedict, while seldom -ton's.
i be announced. High
Quantico Marines, national rated on a top national
ifM will ..be'able
School students
service champs for two f level during the past special
f i'R decade, is traditionallya to purchase
in a Piggotttold the
d years row student's tickets at
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the audience, "we're schools.
a full-sixty minutes
College football returnsto
f not crying.
: type of driving play.
its rightful pla \
Other speakers appearingon Pre-game festivitieswill
zrw here in Jacksonville when
Small'sStanton the program, included: e a present eight of Bethune Cookman's Meth*-

Senior High School's Blue Devils are expected .Waldo C. Falkener. city Duval County's renowned dists clash with Benedict
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attributed s t tr high schools with their
to go on a rip-snorting rampage this year may be councilman; David W. College Baptists Saturday

left) and ,. .. .. ... colorful array of cohorts -
to team captain Ralph Roberts, ( Morehead secretary of the ------ -- and sparkling em- night. Oct. 14 at the

Marvin Grant, (tackle), co-captain. The Blue Devils Hayes-Taylor YMCA and Dr. FIRST SETTO These big, fast tackles for the A&T bellishments.At Gator Bowl. Fun is prom-

'are literally loaded with experienced players in all Samuel D. Proctor.president College Aggies will see action against Shaw University halftime Bethune ised for the entire
family.
other positions. of the College. Henry E. on Saturday afternoon, September 30. as the two teams band and allied counter-

Prye. Greensboro attorney collide at Greensboro, parts will add lustre to
Schoolmates/ Alee the program. And of Saturday'sFootball
is president of the In the group from left to right are: Bennie Cooper
course, don't forget that
organization. 235, Washington, D. C. ; Wilbur Mapp. 228 Asheville, .the queens and their respective Scores

N. C. ; Carl Stanford.,238. Englishtown N. J. ; Luther courts will be Morris Brown 39-Benedict 12

,Late GridResults Woodruff.225, Washington, D. C. and George McDowell add pageantry to the Edward Waters 8-Ft. Valley 7-

211 Charlotte N. C. event.At Virginia St. 17'- Shaw 12
noontime, the spon-
Central St. 48-W. Va. St. 0

.. A sure sign of- Fall is. Jax's Miranda Sutton, Hayes usual sors announce street that parade the Miles 26 Albany St. 12

ushering in the pre-game Alcorn 56 Rust 6
the first foorball Satur- Set For Top Roles On Rattlers glamour will kickoff the N. C. College 19-Allen 6
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vr day. Last weekend Ring Football remaining day's color as Morgan 13Hampton 7

w ,. .; i' -; r- ,r'a rushed on the stage and COLUMBIA, S. C. --- The Florida A&M University Rattlers hundreds of fans loyal to Jackson (Miss. ) 20 P'view

c f .. r .;t. t pushed Mantle, Marls and roll off the launching pads here against the Benedict both teams converge upon 14

j" everything'about baseball College Tigers Saturday night (September 30). Howard \9-St. Paul' 6

world in smite Griffith,
series
except the I Elizabeth City 26-N' folk
the background. this, Head Coach Jake Gaither Miller and Bernie Carn
Sta. 24.
the first"'big' Saturdayof and his .associates have are returning veterans with Defends Title Tex. Southern 14-Southern

the football season, been smoothing out kinks plenty of ability. U. 0

rt many of the perennial I since September 1. "We FAMU is going into its W. Salem 24-Kentucky St. 6

i t e} Y a r', giants of Negro football are serving the same Ingredients second year with three Saturday night

fell the At units--Blood. Sweat and
: along way. we dished outlast

..Yr" .tl> this early stage the sages fall warned Tears The defending NEW YORK World's Watch This Qnwn

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f.. are whispering and afraidto Gaither. 'Ie',11" slot Southern Intercollegiate Welterweight champion 41 -.80 36

'a. .. .th.*' x'1a ,make a prediction concerning pass and go to' the out- Athletic Conference Emile Griffith will lay

," tt-A...1..,;..)' .' 'V 4i ;iA' the 'mythical side more than we have Champions since '53 are his title on the line for 2 3

; ,- national title.In done in the past, he' riding a league recordof the second time in Madson 8
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a ,'\< .t;,: '. A ... the major upsets of said. 'Now don't get me 41 straight victories. Square Garden Saturday
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Est eitt.wr..ta .9wlt.jREUNION 3
x : Earl s the day, Texas Southern wrong, 'he stated, ''we' 11 night when he meets Benny 2
---- Battey (left) crack backstop with
the Monnesota Twins and Sterling Forbes get together University avenged its keep them honest by sendingout (Kid) Paret-former champion

for a gabfest prior to the Twins-Angels baseball game last year's defeat by the -fullbacks., up the jtet 1Y in a nationally televizedbout. 89-04-03

at Wrigley Field recently. Battey has made it with mighty Jaquar Cats of middle." .

the Twins and Forbes will be trying to make it big Southern University and The fullback position is Griffith, a New Yorker, Sometimes e'a oj

with the Los Angeles Lakers this year. The two were tamed the Bayou cats to the strongest in theRattlers' is favored 13-5 to defeat few.raetiioc be** dodo
schoolmates at Jordan High in Los Angeles. WOo fie adds .subtract
the tune of 14-0. A Jack- backfield.Bruce Paret from whom he won the
.. lie w.rtta It aO around
w son State College (Miss.) Wilkins, Aliquippa, crown. In a return bout

team which Improved as the Pa., and Charles Sutton, ThktwVOLUNTEER last April in Miami. Coming; Attraction

season wore:, on last year, Jacksonville, are convertedto Griggith kayoed Paret in 196-10-531'
WHEN YOU ABE ILL
finally jelled and took halfbacks. Sutton was the 13th canto.
You SMk Tk Bat DecIOrWb ; -
Your Doctor PntcrEbtt the measure of Prairie View .named the 'most outstanding -; He always volunteered to -- ,
r i I captain our fishing craft talked ,, -
; Get Expert PfrirminlittTo 20-14. These two games freshman," and lovingly to his Fishin' Mere 60 yryr ::b .
.
..-Ml Your Proecriptktt prove that the race for Wilkins, 'the "most outstanding as he started it and ran us

According To Your Doctor ...(. ..'S\ -- ]i the baubles in the always player" during out fish to for the crappie coves that and we bass likedto or z1 :5: 4.H 4yrlidVir

Ord<<.. W. Us. Only _i._' _..:. strong Southwestern con- spring training. gentled it down to a throaty

Th Bid. Quality Drag .:'At % Dr. C. ,E BlackProprietor ference is up for grabs.Of Halfback Robert Hayes hum for trolling alongside the /% ; S Make your ,
dam for walleyes.
the usual contendersonly ,Jacksonville is showing. Norm and I grew up together, ? ,< : Face Feel

:3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S Grambling made a good swell in pass ..receivingand from the time we were catch-
bullheads from a creek
ing COMFORTABLELOOK
blocking. Hayesran
showing. Last year the called Long Branch till we were
1 DRUG STORE Tigers under the tutorlegeof a 9.3 in the N.A''.I.A. taking ,sailfish from a larger >h ll o r t and'ir i ,
creek called the Gulf Stream.He .
finals last spring to
Eddie Robinson lost GOOD
was never a great fish-
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1907 King Road ELgfex 3-8278 only to a strong Southern tie what was then the erman, mostly because he was

A COMPLETE LINE OF eleven. In their first world's record for the too busy enjoying himself to
Cosmetics ., Rubber Goods Ca&de Sundries J attend to the serious business <>:
,
1 outing the Tigers showed 100-yard dash. Eugene
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED that many people make out of
power as they cru3hed a White, a 9.4 sprinter fishing.He .
refused to car r.. x
hapless Texas College team from Miami, is 'expectinga I absolutely ,
home fish than he
ry more ..c't: ,, '
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590. great season. Quarter-I and his family could eat at
In the Southern Conference backs Emory Collier and I "a sittin'," claiming that it was
tdl
Just too much trouble to clean IL/j
1 ( SIAC) Jake Gai th er' s Jim Tullis of Miami are that many fish and he didn't L. 111

Rattlers will probably return more seasoned. Signal prefer eating them after they 4 < t JllSlfiAlttlt ;
a q were frozen. anyway.
*:i u their monopoly on the caller Napoleon, Johnson, GO HOME

conference title. The Raleigh, N. C. is biddingfor He never kept the little fel- ?If your druggist cannot sufefy 1* *H"f'SHAVING POWDEfTfcO.

t4 Orangemen loafed through more. action: He was lers hook that when always you seem don't to want graba |'SWD Si for these MAOC TEAM MATES A |F.O.Box 3457" Savannah,oa

light practice this week- ,used only as a punter in them.
,
t r a+ii r 4 xtc5 end in preparation for their '60 w

: a opener with Benedict Tallahassee Robert

College. Last week. Benedict paremore and William Wilson -

; : t lost to Morris Brown 3912. 'are dangerous threatsto

The Rattlers will really the outside. Fullback

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play their first game in Jordan Pope of Port

'it "" Tampa on October 7 when Lauderdale has three 't
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they meet the Lincoln letters behind him. -. S

Tigers from Jefferson City Curt Miranda of Jackson- 111 \?,i \
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,. TRAM YOURSU Missouri. Many fans remember ville, a two-time All- '

the stirring aerial America, anchors the a drbI s i Pit .

For APaying Profession display the Tigers put on Rattlers line, which is =

'1: several years ago in the said to be weak In the

r': "..,.;. :: In 2'W..ks classic. Last year the interior. The agile center Y

1 Wz'-: Rattler smashed, out a ..
1 ct "..u\t'''' U\: ''. 46-6 win over the Tigers. is also a two-time A P r. ,:

.: ri. Women Art Excelling, fnBarbetiBg Dwight Reed coach of the Little has earned All-Aaerlca.letters Miranda at TREAT YOURSELF TO Ii< ,

Tigers is one of the deans.
; : ()\. ., end, tackle, and center. r, .
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of Negro college football. CANADA DRY BOURBON fj .
Guards Wendell Logan,
AT Royal Crown Thomson Ga. Charles

Bottling Company Hobbs, Miail, tackles' ...IT'S "AMERICA'S FINEST"ITUIMT ,
nOHMIUSIl COLLEIf Roosevelt Coleman .
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1231 SAN MAICO.iLV&. OWtH4ft
Anniston Ala. Willie IIUUUM MIKHUMIUf.MSIWU
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U G lf g H.ORIDA STAR '_ September 30.. 1981

I Ga/nesv/7/e- And Area News -. -, -

I'L- PRmen Map' Big Game Plans AHNOUtICEMENT. .,

GAINESVILLE --- The Alachua County Elementary School I Bart ley Temple : The
Independent
; Benevolent,
principals attended the Area 111 Workshop of the F land Methodist Church I II Association ef
I America, Inc'
l Council on Elementary Education and schools affiliated 1 '
Service was programmedas Lodge No. 4 will sponsor
.with the Southern Associaslon' Cooperative Program in '_ _usual last Sunday withrepresentatives Mrs. Nettie Mae Spates ina

e, Elementary Education Saturday, Sept. 23 in Palatka. The recital
in both, Friday night at
meeting held at Central ,
was Academy
Elementary School 8 o'clock
the state and national in Magnolia Bap-
'
., 'u L. R.' _N._ ,Mullen_ _principal.. ______ meets. John Jerry !tist' Church on Avenue B.
Mrs. Helen Long putman. Helen D. Long, C. W. Norton; 'I successfully defendedhis

Negro supervisor for the and L. M. Jackson. At the State Junior Singles-

county, C. w. Norton, close of the group meetings;; crown but, lost out tothe' ClassifiedFOR
Alachua County supervisor' young lad who won
the members
returned to the national champion-
of schools
Negro and area
= the auditorium where they ship. .
chairman presided. engaged in group singing The Gainesville doubles :..
After the orientation team of and licCray RENT -
led by Jesse Florence Jerry J 3 '
period, devotions were conducted the to rep -
won right e-
,afterwhich the workshop r
FURNISHED
... ROOM for workingman
by Mrs. K. Hen er- sent Florida in the 4. ;i i. .' t
summary was given by JS kitchen
3w ft w4 convenience.
son. Selections were sung nationals, They were
3 group representatives. Phone PO. 4-0432
by the C. A. Elementary andJ. an outstanding combi- I
Evaluation was given by- nation and gained valu -t_ 'Je
A
Long ElementaryTeachers'
the evaluation committee, able experience during FURNISHED ROOM Single
'
Chorus. ,observations : the annual, tourney at
by Mrs. Long. Man $7.75 Wkly. Hot &
L. N. R. Mullen welcomedthe Visitors were recognizedby Hampton, Va. Cold water.EL .
body to the. school and Too much credit cannotbe
Mr. Norton. The group 55329FURNISHED
Its facilities. The member given to our deserving =
takes these means to .
citizens who aided ;x.
then
assembled with their
thank the Central., caclegy? in sending the group to a
respective groups where .-
Demonstration Study Center the nationals. ROOMS

techniques and facilitiesfor for Its hospitality and AMONG the many committees now in operation for the football extravangza pitting ROODS bj Day Night, or*

use when organizingfor for the inspiration gained Suer Recreation Program Bethune-Cookman' Wilcats against the Benedict Tigers here Saturday night Oct. Week. Rates $1.03 to

conducting community from the wonderful meeting.' 14 in the Gator.Bowl is the public relations committee. The group met with Dr. J. $2.50.per night. Single

surveys were demonstrated I The Softball Leagues I. E. Scott at his residence Monday night to kickoff an intensice campaign which or Doable. JOHNNIE'S

;, making the plan forstudy I Mrs. Johnson Passes I drew an average crowdof will be carried on from the present until gametime. Seated from left are: Dr. ROOMING HOUSE. 710 test*

and analyzing the r 441 per game. How Scott; Alyson .E. Wise, STAR news editor; James Huger, Bethune-Cookman's presidential Ashley. EL 5-4025.

problem and making and Friends of Mrs. Lula I'I of ever well a crowd turnout assistant and public relations. directqr,and Portia Taylor, Tattler publisher-editor.
600
over
( persons
Williams Johnson, 1240 NW 'I UPSTAIRS HOUSE for rent
following: the plan of witnessed the games on I
Sixth Avenue (Royal 'Art Studio Photo) I 3 large bedrooms
to
regret Hot &
action. ; I
some' *
I nights. .-.. ....
learn of her death which n .j cold water. No small
Group leaders were: The 10-13 group wonthe I '
occurred Resolution Jax Youth Council I children. Will furnish
Willie S. Turner, H. L. Thursday Sept. Regional Championship : Supporting gas

:Burney. Ernest Haile, Mrs. 21 in .the University teach- '! in Jacksonville. i I stove for cooking. At two

:Elizabeth Greene, and Mrs. ing Hospital following a I i At its regualr Executive Board meeting held Monday night, Sept. 18, the Jackson- bus lines 724 DeWitt St.

Edna M. Hart. The recorders long illness. Final rites ,, Shady Grove P. B. Church ,II ville-iBranch of the National Association For the Advancement of Colored. People Call 4-3720 or EL 64903.MORTGAGES.

were: Mrs. Eliza- were held Tuesday, Sept. 26 I REV. R. J. GAINOUS, : unanimously.passed the following resolutions: ,

beth Walton Weis Miss at 3 p.m. at Antioch Holiness I PastorGaines'ville "Whereas there are certain groups and individuals who have criticized;the actions

Roberta Parks Miss Mamie Church, Rev. Samuel f A business. : taken by the Youth Council of the NAACP, and '

Parks, Mrs. Victoria Den- Bannister, pastor, of- I,meeting will be held; 'Whereas those particular groups and individuals are now trying to claim credit I am purchasing first and

nis and Mrs. Kathleen, B. ficiating. Dorsey Funeral i I Friday night. Saturday ,for what has been accomplished through these actions, second mortgages, large )

.Greene. The scribes were: Home in charge. :;at 2' p.m., ice cream and "Be It Resolved that we make this known to the public that no groups or individualcan and small. $100,000 available -

speak for the Youth Council of the Branch NAACI who not connected with
Mrs. Claretha Nelson Mrs. Wedding announced I peanuts will be sold at Jax are P. 0. Box 664 ,

Gwendolyn C. Harmon, Mrs.. ::the Church. the Youth Council or the Executive Board of the Jacksonville Branch of the NAACP. I Clermont, Florida
"The Jacksonville Chanter
Corean Bryant Mrs. AnnieL. -
Friends of Mrs. Mattie ; Sunday's Services of the Youth Council is a COMMCNCIAL WtDOINa AOVtHT.BINB' HdMIS
Pinks ton and Mrs. Nancy FOR SALE
W. McKinley and Elijah part of a national youth

Jones. Middleton will be happy ; Communion Day. Devotion movement to fight for Full Clothes For Sale
The Resource group included 'services begin at 7 p.m.
to learn of their marriage Freedom, Equal Opportunityto Men & WomensCh
: Mrs. Gladys Alex- Song service by the choir
Saturday evening, Sept. 24 all Mankind Full- ART STUDIOTELEPHONE eap
ander, Oliver H. Jones Mrs Miffs. Frankie Ayer pianist.Quall'fied ROYAL
at 7 P.m. in Mt. Carmel fledged citizenship and .Ii EL 5-5329
J
ushers ,to serve 41894 .
Church I
Baptist parsonage Human Dignity. -
Mrs rosa Walker and
SCOOP with Mr. Middle ton's pastor you. "Be It, Fui her Resolved HELP WANTED
Mrs. Estella Anderson, both
[Rev. A. H. Ho well. of- that the Executive: Boardof
ficiating. Mrs. Middletonis of whom are members of the Jacksonville Branchof ,CLARENCE SJMOH-_.. 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE. Female & Male Help Can-
NEW .Pallbearers Lodge No 131 FLA.: vassers wanted Construction
the daughter of Mrs. the NAACP is one hun-
are ill. Members are urgedto field
Melissa Stark of Gainesvi dred percent behind Our Day EV 4-5211
ECONOMY visit them. Nite PO 4-4317.
lie and is an instructor Youth Movement.Committee .";'
Mrs. Rosa lee Buie. daughter -
at Duval Elementary and : Xlysofi E. Wise, HOW THE TIME TO ORDER
PAINTS of Mr. Mrs. Lee I WANTEDBeauty
School. chairman? Rev:*J. S. John'son. PocahontasBriquetsAnthraciteCoke
James is visiting here.
C .O A L
Operator & Barbers
A?
IMPERIAL I She is a physiatric worker Mrs. M. Pressley
WTERIORLATEX $149 ROCHELLEWomen Dr. Hunter nh: Satterwhite, FREE CITY.WIDk DELIVERY 'are wanted to New Holly-

ministration with the Veterans in New York.Ad- Dr. Gene M. Downing Rev. a LL SEASONS ICE & FUEL 00.! wood Beauty Lounge 622 W.
s Day was observedat
I WWt.cadPotttfe = J. B. F. Johnson, pres. 5883 NORWOOD AVI. PHONE PO 4-4511 Ashley St. Call EL 49774Mr.
Mrs. Buie graduated from
......, Hall Chapel Methodist Taylor: EL 3-3245 Mr.
Church Sunday, Sept. 24th. Hampton Institute Hampton TOOTHACHETout I. S. Anderson.

(IMPERIAL 69. The members wish to thank Va. and did advanced suffer needfctily. Get speedy rt-
Jilt from throbblnr- pain of tootnach
-
t WTS1DE S2 all who participated on the study at Columbia with! fast acting ORAOEL Pain -

WHITE .... program. University.We Of fots money In Dlek.seconds.All drug Guaranteed stores: JI COMING SOON-COMING SOON- COMING SOON
MlftNTS'.
:.: wish her a pleasant

.M* tMfcJxt Te rM Gal... Ottw Why Mothers,Use stay here. j- The Fabulous New

STATE PAINTS FAMOUS SPECIAL LAXATIVEFOR Duval Elementary School

fREE 6FC8 ON OTHER The Sixth Grade, Sec- CONTINENTALBOWLING

QUALITY PAWS EQUAL TO BABY tion 1 presented their STRANDHis

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED first 'assembly program
You don't
want to take
BRANDS: Friday Sept 22. Following Thru Sat.
......... chances with strong laxa-
aaQ fam M !* Fatal devotions by the His name is
FlEE GALLON tives. That's why for over class, an interestingfilm

.... ....... .......... 60 years Bothers have relied entitled "Folk PARRISHMore t

frmn $5.98 to SI:9. on vegetable pare Songs of American History '_
NO LIMIT-AMV-PAINT sold.
BABY EASE" Made especially was .; .....
.r--STATE PAINT Class officers electedfor 1 than ... ,!-*:* -
,{ mild and gentle for infants a boy :: LANES
the school term include '? ;'
6116 Norwood Ave sensitive stomachs. You can; : Willie' Marie Jack- yI .. ...not : ,
rely on this pleasant tasting -' son, president; Tyrone 1 yet aman '

4 blocks north of comfort when your child Acosta vice presiderit-. 3118 Edgewood Ave.

GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER, needs a' laxative. Ask your Ruthie Mae Cobb secre- 'Plus .

saber FNB Charge Plan druggist for "BABY EASE." tary; Henrietta Penning- CO-HIT SCHEDULED OPENING EARLY NOVEMBER
ton, assistant sec-
PO 5-2315 BE 2 retary; Constance Mc- TECHNICOLOR9 NOW ACCEPTING LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPS

Knight social committee ?ire '

Bit'FULLY chairman; Gwendolyn, Love, Individuals may apply for TEAM MEMBERSHIPS
Arnett
co James chairman, chairman.. ; Teams may apply for LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPSYour

Betty Jean Stewart, pro- iSundax group ((20 persons or more) can reserve permanent

gram chairman; Arnett league time now but you must apply early as PRIME LEAGUE TIMES
; 'Thru Tues..CO .
Myrtle Ave and Adam Pfcone JEL 4-1455
James, co chairman. ARE GOING FAST.CONTINENTAL.
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FLMKKS u.3S c 1 0'c the Gainesville area, is Have you fowled b 'fore?--- p14rene e.::CheckOne;: .
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sits Announce seeking additional cir- What was ,your last known average--- uea's L mt---.-.- .
agents. I like to bowl?----- lo.en's League- --
.t nfttf tit* Vcrirtf .... i11/11leut arg. culation Persons *hat day would you
Re41.+1""( "J'RINTS e u ree interested may contact Mr. lvpIRscoPeW 'What; time of day would you ,.1ztek.'ll .en)=,7,:= ,

u. ,21- %I Perry by calling him at 'J, ",!.*_ .1|Ike to bowl?- I' ".' < '
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