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Florida star
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Florida star news
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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:
October 7, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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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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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
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issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00428

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Farris Bryant suggestedto : MIAM'I -A"Miami man,;
I the,NAACP that Negroes By Alyson E. Wise William Harold Johnson,

seeking to aid the nation who fatally shotgunned .:
? during the current cold When Harold Rice. 3, and Dorothy Jean Respess 4, died! Arthur Bro dnax, 35. r h
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war crisis should not try : in a local hospital Wednesday, the worst single vehicle I' Thursday nlllit. 'Sept. 28..
: : accident in the history of: both the State of",
to enlist in Florida's L' .i I
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Jim Crow National Guard. i Florida and, Duval County was entered into the traffic z y v J Lwr '" -*

Rev. A. Leon Lowry, I accident, books.Wednesday's _
president-of the As- I deaths were 3".i_ --

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sociation's state organization the outgrowth of-a. holocaust i

in a letterto of flaming death,, critical condition at i
the Governor last, and horror which occurred Duval Medical Center. I

week urged that, in" when an open body Mr. Norman is unem- I
light of the Berlin : / ployed, yet despite all
truck ca>>rying,21.personsfour > a 1
crisis the'tat e believedriding of that, he has six .

lower the color bar and I /in the cab-and children ranging in ages ..-"J'.. r. .

admit Negroes into the 17 seated in .its rear, from, sixteen to eight to'' : .",'j TRAGEDY'S INDELIBLE STAMP ,inflicted :sorrowful pattern on the lives of four jax II
National Guard. -- house clothe and feed. families following Florida and Duval County's worst single traffic accident in

We. are anxious Hugh Respess, also a history here Sunday, Sept. 24. The victims and survivors were close relatives.

Governor Bryant replied rider in the truck, sur- : 12 are now dead and four remain in critical condition. In top photo left. Mrs.

"not to be involved I, vives his wife, daughter, F Rachel Rice (left) lost all five of her children, her mother and sister. Seated

in any controversies -./ I, and ten grandchildren.'He i with her is Mrs. Nellie Mae Respess, mother of two children who also died. In. t

which might was hospitalized for bottom photo, (left) Mrs. Rice is flanked by her employer wife, Mrs. Roy Smith, ,

bring about a disharmony 'sue.Y. severe burns but is (left) and' Mrs. Josephine Rose, also employed by the .Smith's. Top pix right

detrimental to our r still bedridden and will r. i shows -three of fatalities, ; Sallie Mae Mathis. ,(left) Sheral RjLce. and her

) ..national, defense- ,goals" probably, uever benable* f fsister1 Claudette-Ricel: bottom photo, WiIife'"Norman Mathis, unemployed father
and to the best interestof to hold another Job-should of eight children lost one child and his wife is still hospitalized. His daughters -

the state. he survive this tragic'event ;' Mary 10, (left) and Louise, 9, both survived the crash without injury.

"Ample opportunitiesexist .- (Florida Star Photos)
_. Three other peopleare fJOHNS
young WILLIAM
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units. .. ./ reported to be in has'been'O released and was I
reserve
many ",
fair condition at High Court Asked To ReverseI
Marshall
Judge
throughout the state scheduled td appear for'a ] :
Brewster Hospital.
for fulfilment of the ", hearing Saturday'morning -
Nearly Raised Post Deserved
$300
patriotic desires of at 9:00 a.m. Florida Cleric's Conviction
Thanks to the immediate .
members of your race, The 35-year-old Johnson
the Governor asserted.In humanitarian efforts of who lives at 1218 Washington. Reversal of a contempt conviction of
_.. ._, ____r.._.__ __, .-J. two public-spirited N. W. WE YORK--The nomination
addition to Florida, |list Avenue', walked into Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, president of the Miami NAACP
SARAH RESPESS citizens Justice of of Thurgood Marshall to
National Guard units'l j la police precinct and branch, is asked in a brief filed last week with the
...Kill ed With Mother' the Peace Dorcas Drake, 'be a Judge of the United
in Alabama, Arkansas, declared. "I Just killeda
l and Roy Smith, proprietor ; States Second Circuit United.States Supreme Court.
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overturned at Lee and
Georgia, Idaho, Louisi- ;man. I shot him in
an a, Mississippi Bay Streets Sept. 24, of Smith's Restaurant an alley. :Court of Appeals was Father Gibson, an-'
burst into flame' and immediately 5625 Phillips hailed here by his long-
Missouri North and ; Johnson was released
Episcopal priest, was
ing by the committee. At
where Mrs. Rice time associate in the
Highway I
c snuffed out
South Carolina, exclude without bond after a
Freedom, held in contempt by the the second hearing, on
Negroes. the lives of six of is employed, nearly $30 preliminary investigation Fight for

1 Also the state militia Its riders. has been raised through by Sgt. Orange, .NAACP Executive Secretary Florida Legislative Investigation July 27, 1960 he again

units in Oklahoma, Some 10 others were public contributions.Also Hawes and'Det.D.- Williams. J Roy Wilkins, as. Y'$"a "Conaittee be- refused to produce the
rushed to two local hos- situated in Mr. J highly significant and he refused to
Tennessee Texas, Vir- An Inquest into the:: cause records on the ground
ginia, Wyoming, West pitals and six have Smith's restaurant is .a killing is scheduled for, .well "merited appointraent. produce the NAACP member-' that such disclosure
died since that time, huge Jar where his cus- .
Virginia and the Districtof .satuidll; ;
J. would them to
tomers have been daily The appointment, Mr. expose
Columbia.The bringing the death toll PoliCe investigationindicated
Wednesday to its present dropping in cash with 'Wilkins said, is a economic reprisals and
nation spends a Johnson and ...
substantial sum to min- total of 12.However enthusiastic generousity. friends ,had been 'drinking tribute to Mr. Marshall's E other forms of persecutionand

taln 'these units. Budget behind the It was also learned at his homerat 1218*'N.' Wi;. brilliant performance as discrimination.

expenditures for personnel horror and pathos of this Thursday that two white 1st Avenue .oJohnson -said the nation's foremost On August 30, 1960, a

and operations for sorrowful drama lies churches are engaged'in that Broadnax came to hi9 civil rights lawyer. state circuit court adjudged -
1960 exceeded $600,000,0001 heartache, want des- a money raising effortfor home and demanded'the 'It is also an indication
Father Gibson in
the survivors.In that leadership in the
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peration and despair.
use of a bedroom.He was
Here's a summary of order to expedite the ; accompanied by a woman Fight for Freedom is no j contempt of the legislative -,

.urvivors needing im- flow of contributions friend. : bar to high public committee and
t
ggdlate public support: .efficiently to their An argument between the 0Tfnee'veteran civil sentenced him to six

"r 8.. Rachel Rice, rightful sources, the tw-o-:''men led tp the rights attorney, .11 r. months Imprisonment and

of 1221 E. Third St. STAR suggests that individuals ".urd'.r'it was declared. Wilkins asserted, a fine of $1,200.
lost five children her and organiza-
,
carries to his new The
brief-they sub-
Clean Policeman mother and sister. Her tions wishing to aid theaccident's .
position extraordinary
mitted to the Supreme
father was treated for survivors poig. REPOK-
experience in the Federal -
In Joxon'f Detcrffi > severe burns at the hospital ,- send cash, checks ox courts, a' wealth.of Court on behalf of Father

for a few days and money orders to Mrs. knowledge of Federal 'Gibson asserts that "the
Dorcas Drake, 150 East Eddie Oliver. 35, of
since been released.Mrs. procedures and a record fully document the
Under investigation for Rice works, but First St.. Jacksonville, 1151 W. 31st Street received -
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breadth of understandingrare contention that the pUb-
the April shooting of a her small insurance was, Fla. or to Mr. Roy minor lacerationsin theountry's
even among lic Identification of
Smith, c/o Smith's Restaurant a domestic disturbancelast
tjax nan. 'City patrolman far too Inadequate to most out-
5625 Phillips Monday police re- /-.eabership In the NAACP
cover funeral and.
G. H. Bradley was cleared hospital standing and successful ---
Highway Jacksonville ported. tin Florida results in
by a corQner'*jury which! costs. lawyers. This PATHS GIBSON
Mrs. Nellie Mae Respess.' Florida.. I Oliver stated that he 'reprisals of various
returned' a verdict of Jus, understanding will help ship list or to identifyas
and his wife became en- **'*
two children died a It'citet.
as roporf ons.
to make him a good Judge
tifiable homicide Wednes members of the Associ-
'gaged in
an argumentover
result of the /
flaming for all Americans of Instances of bomb threats 1
day. crash, she has just been some minor matter. ation names of persons
whatever race or station. shootings, dismissalsfrom
During the- hearing, 15 given a Job starting 13 More ,Atlanta She atte.pted'ta pack "He carries, also, the read to him at committee '

fj1.. witnesses testified that Thursday. She had no. .Counter IntegrateAtLANiAThirteen her .clothing., .to;:1eaej'aDd good wishes of his legion ;:hearings in Tallahassee. Jobs telephone
and threats'of
when be tried toshe harassment,
insurance and
Bradley fired at Norman no visible of friends and admirers, Tla.. Nov. 4-5 1959.
outside of detain her, pulleda Intimidation."The .
Cross. 21, as the young means paging knife from her* including 20.000.000 1 A state trial, court held ,
supporting herself to result of revelation -
#Dan. advanced: upon n I nB&JL pay for the large bill lore parse ,and .cut his on ,r Negro Americans for whose first on July 19. 1960. that of membership," the

advanced u-pon engendered by the ac variety store lunch the left band and the aspirations there was no valid reason
he
class citizenship concludes rather
petition
him. ( Bradley ) wita cident. counters were Quietly right side of his neck, voiced eloquently in :why he should not be required -' #
integregated this week Oliver said. Hi was takes so than leading to legisla-
knife. Seven other Willie
Norman Mathis.
'his pleadings and vic to produce the
la a move to desegregate to Daval Medical Centerby
patrolmen" were. included 1-211 Odessa St. lost tories at the bar. NAACP records at a committee -. tfit BHB V* -
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counters under
a pre- private car.p.trol.ea.
apoag the witnesses. an eilht-y' ar old daughter aaxioimced agreement between ... Young and hearing and ordered,
\ and his wife Minnie puNT
Carson died some five IB still listed in.; Negro and white E. R. Taylor investi. ; -4 ; Jf. : }/ him to appear again with

months after the 'incident..f civic leader*. gated. '... :, the records for question- -


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V .I7t: _*; ,.IE: FLORIDA STAR_ ;: : i: -/WD REHF118Efi .STHI9METHREE POLITICS USUAL 4


KNOW WHATS BETTER
NEWS V
__ FOR THIS COUNTRY BY ERIC O. SIMPSON '

Co."Me'mbcr ', AND WE ARE 5,. .
Published by The Florida Star Publishing '
RUNIHMOIT.1// /
of Associated Negro Press" .
t WASHINGTON The Department of Justice has

ERIC O. SIMPSON......_............;..........:...........:Managing Editor J asked for court orders forbidding intimidation

ALYSON E. WISE...._.N............;._.........._.-......News Editor or coercion of Negroes seeking to register to

HILDA WOOTEN..................._....._...........Grculation..! Manager' vote in Walthall County, Mississippi.
Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy said the

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: "4' :f Department, in a complaint filed today, also

.2323 Moncricf.Road.....................................Phone ELgin 4-6782 asked for specific orders halting state court
q 4 prosecution of ,John Hardy, a young Nashville. -

Mailing Address: t r Tennessee- -Negro- arrested while R,

',P: O. Box 561, Jacksonville, 1, Florida. : : i trying to help Walthall County
T
register The
Complaint
J ,U.- SUBSCRIPTION RATES was _
filed in United States District .i
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 ,
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United' States Court in Meridian, Mississippi.Named .
Subscription Payable In Advance., Send Check or Money Order To* as defendants were JohnQ.

S FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box.561--JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Wood, Walthall County registrar -

: r\ of voters; Edd (correct) .

I'i. _, \ Craft, county sheriff; Breed 0. Mounger.city f :

V MARSHALL'S RiSEVV' ( attorney in Tylertown, Miss. the ,county seat;

and Michael L. Carr, district attorney. -

Mr. Kennedy said the complaint asserted that
Thurgood'Marshail, chief counsel for the
I the purpose of arresting and prosecuting Hardyon
National Association for the Advancement of / 4 f

Colored People, is one of three men chosen as disturbing the peace charges is to intimidate -

;new judges of the Federal Court of Appeals in Negroes in the county. and discourage --

New York City. This brings to the bench an them from trying to register, iri violation of
the Civil Rights Act of 1957. =
meets the desire -
able advocate whose cuuru wont
of the American Bar Association for morejudges Y' Hardy was arrested September 7, the complaint .,
said, after Wood ordered him out of his officeat
in the conduct of trials.
experienced ,
7AX OUQ gunpoint and struck him on the back of the -<

,The .appointment is also another step toward SLS.y+Wt 4 vREE Q Ev C head with the gun as he was leaving. Hardy had _
full recognition of the Negro. ,Marshall would + l Of, accompanied two Negroes seeking to register.

I not, however, be the first of his race to hold 1 Craft arrested Hardy afterwards, the complaint -

as high a judicial post. William H.. Hastie of HOW LONG. WILL MISSISSIPPI BE ALLOWED EQUAL JURISDICTIONH' i said, and assertedly threatened to beat him

Philadelphia has sat on the appellate bench 'within an inch of his life. Mounger and

since 1949, by appointment of president Truman -. ,I : Carr participated in the alleged intimidationby

'I Marshall' confirmation however must overcome : Your Weekly .- interrogating Hardy at length about his

the hurdle of the Senate judiciary registration activities while he was in jail,

committee, whose chairman is Mississippi's V Guide the complaint said. ,
f Sen' James 0. Eastland, an ardent segrega- Horoscope
this obstacle "The Constitution guarantees all citizensthe
Marshall overcomes
tionist. If '
Rt and, when on the bench, lives up to expecta- I I WHICH! ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR right to register and vote without fear

out of the question that he of coercion, intimidation or physical harm, "
tions, it is not ; T BUSINESS -"! LOVE = TRAVEL _
j 'I Mr. Kennedy said. 'It is responsibilityto
-might become the first Negro justice of the our

i Supreme Court.r t By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER maintain that right and we have taken this
action in accord with our responsibility."We .
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r also have asked the court specificallyto
Want ARIES should remain content.with question the validity
; What Oldsters halt prosecution of Mr. Hardy because we
trj Born March 21 thru April IS the status and refrain
quo
". l'. your own judgment (8th). believe that the sole aim of his arrest and

'We live and learn. Particularly is ,this' true, All sorts .of subtle pressures when from the trying odds; to are change stacked it: There is additional evidence prosecution is the coercion and I intimidationof

of approach to the problemsof that you will have tplace Negroes seeking to register. "
apparently, our may be applied on you against I -
you.
the older segment of our population. to get you to buy 'on credit your long-range plan: The complaint asked for an injunction againstany

Possibly this. is because there are so many invest funds, or get mixedup 4-50-22-19-23-452 VIRGO on a sounder and more real .. intimidation, and for a temporary restrain-

more oldsters than there once were. They are in a proposition that Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 istic basis before you ca ing order, a preliminary injunction and a

making their wishes heard more widely.A looks good on the-outside expose them to the vagarie permanent injunction against prosecution of

decade ago some developer concluded that but is questionable inside You ,seem to be subjectedto of fate (12th) Hardy. His trial is scheduled fo'v Friday.

'old folks would rather live in communities of (9th) Work with this in rather forceful arguments: 4-40-99-14-29-492 Unless such injunctions are granted, the complaint -

their own, among people of their own age. Tod: mind, on the 12th as this on the part of allies or AQUARIUS said, the defendants will rontinue to

I nationwide surveys of the preferences of is the one day this week competitors, to make some Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 intimidate Negroes seeking to register 'by

past the age of retirement and beginpeople when you ,may have testsof sort of financial arrange- continuing the prosecution of John Hardy and
\; ning to indicate that the views of many of strength. ment that may not turn out No matter how. impresse by other similar means. "
to advantage. Check you may be by a person 01
"'our' elders 'run to the contrary. 3-70-88-16-28-378 your" The complaint asserted that since September
'I isolated as a separate the urge to speak out of proposition, you must be 7 when Hardy arrested "no
,; They do not want tocitizens. be, ,TAURUS was Negroes have
turn, speed on the highways wary of a booby trap on the
group of They; want to live amon ,Born April 20 thru Mar 20 attempted to apply for registration in Walthal
that the or to act impetuouslywith 8th-9th. Your long-rang '
people of all ages, provided only I The powers of discord and County. .
neighborhood is not overrun with too many I disintegration are still ,your assets (16th P.M.) projects come to the foreground Hardy, 21, a member of the Student Non-Vio-
and you should avail
children. very much in evidence on the 730111462731LIBRA lent Coordinating Committee, had gone to
yourself of openings to plac
That seems normal. Most of us have always 8th., You seem to be on I Walthall County to set up a school to encourage
I been used to living among folks of mixed solid ground, and held up Born Cepi. 24 thru Oct. 23 them on a much soundei Negroes to register and instruct them in

I ages. It is more interesting and inspiring.Why by an unshakable faith in Those of you. who Intendto basis (late 9th) registration procedures. As many as 50 Negroes

should passing a certain birthday, say your destiny (12th). You celebrate a birthdaythis 9-20-22-17-56-921 attended classes at the school, which began
\ week, as well as, those PISCES
our 65th, change all that can be forgiving. August 18.
.. who already have, or expectto Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 On the day of his arrest Hardy went to the

... 5-40-66-17-37-546 do so before the 23rd With Mercury scheduled to .registrar's office with two Negroes who soughtto
.. GEMINI have much joy lying in wait. retrograde from the lOt register after attending the classes.The .
.. Born Map 21 thru. June 21. You can take effective meas- thru
ATTENTION READERS I 31st you would do well Justice Department today also amendedits
will have to protect
You ures to safeguard yourself
L{ to adopt a policy of wait complaint in an earlier Wallthall County
Please Bring or Send Your yourself against your own against them,
by seeking
and see. One of your major
.< case, brought August 3 against Wood and the
...- Church News, Club Notices & Anno unceme ;.whims if they take you refuge in your home, or objectives should be the State of Mississippi. That suit asserted that
hither and without a
yon
in inaccessible places
\:4. To The FLORIDA STAR Early definite objective. It is establishment of effective Negroes in the county have been unlawfully
where.you are not likely to
controls over expenditures,
discriminated in their to
against attempts
the track-minded in-
VDEADLINE FOR NEWS IS be disturbed llth.12). family budgets and invest- register and vote. I
dividuals who often attain a
'
:(,{J TUESDAY. at NOON fame, and achieve tremendous 6-50-55-13-87-653 ments from the 10th on. The suit asserted that although a substantial

t *fr :':. FLORIDA STAR successes. The 12th SCORPIO Discount half of what each majority of the county's 4,536 white residentswere

; ,,.t,;".' group proposes call on your of the
24 thru Nov. 22 registered none 2,490 eligible
,
Born Od.
ihe ,
is when
day
:': : 2323 Moncrief, Rd. Corner 13th Street just you .' own intuition, and you may
|could build the foundation It should become self- Negroes were registered.The .
: that have the makings of a successful amended complaint added specific examplesof
,. -- for material well-being and evident by now you
1 the recipe for good unlawful discrimination
\-, :'personal happiness. may not pursuing against Negro
1. 1p ,wisest course to insure fortune (12th) applicants which assertedly have occurred since
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1-20-77-18-96-127 peace and serenity (8th). 3-90-88-46-58-398 the original complaint wes filed.

:;r V -V, CANCER 'Select the friends whO. The new action asked for a preliminary' injunction -
Born June 22 thru Jolp 22
I r Science Briefs
'"" -,.;' ., stand firmly behind you against "any act which would depriveany
L,>.. i ; +-, .If you have been going and who have something to citizen in Walthall County of the right to
Heavy Eaters
t..: ; ,around with questionable to contribute ,to you education The average American con- register and vote without distinction of race.
1 '.. companions, or if you can- and development on the sumed 1,500 pounds of food in or color. '
not withstand the onslaughtof 1960, the U.S. doverment esti
The specific examples of asserted recent discrimination -
x 12th. mates. That's a little over four
temptation, you should pounds a day.PiggyBacking. .. included one on August 30 when
take all the preventive 8-60-33-12-74-863 I, four Negroes attempted to register. Ruby Magee

.;...". measures you can think of Cancer the
and Sidney Elizey completed applicationforms
,. I SAGITTARIUS Scientists at Seton Hall College -'
l. .' 1 I to remain out of reach now Born Nor. 23.ihru,D c. 21 of ,Medicine report that but were rejected by Wood, the complaint
and for the rest of the viruses can carry small amountsof '
:;,F said.
cancer-causing chemicals into .
month. Something is likelyto You could find yourself Miss is college student. ElizeY'is
the body cells and trigger the Magee a a
."r' come to an end but, make skating on thin ice on the cancer process. Results of their former school teacher in the county.The .
sure that it isn't family 8th-9th. It will require experiments were reported to
Walker'and
two other Easley John
: 11' the American Medical Asso Negroes
unity and harmony (9th) a level head and stead: ciation's recent convention. Turner, were not permitted to fill out applica-
.
I ;J: You have an excellent chanceto nerves .to keep your footing. tions, the complaint* asserted.
learn their viewpoints, The cycle that is introduces Shark StimulatorIt's :. .
\ not the cut. but the color -- .
Nand to regain their esteem last on the ,9th, heralds tfce: of a swimsuit that may attract ,.

,and confidence, early on the start of a brilliant social sharks, a scientist reports. I
Studies indicate suits that
; 12th. ;' season. You may do som match skin tones seem less '

.: 1400 WRHC 1400 ; 2-10-44-12-45-214 ", effective promoting from likely to cause. .a shark-attack.. I'ind the strength.q;

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ftfl -...II- P. L I Holds First' Anniversary! Mt. Canacm Sets
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LOUISE ,
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GIHNYARD
": : :> ..- Brewster
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: and .as a result of .
: (- the planning, set Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alton. .
rued through a personal ,source that Mrs. Charles
Mizelle 320 Nixon ,
St.N
Oct. 22 as the day for the
,
oks i. Sr. known lovingly close
among acquain- annual observance. Girl. ... .
s as "Etta Lee" has been selected chairman of if Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
The following were selected -
COMMUNITY CHEST-UNITED FUND DRIVE for 1961. Jones 5550 CaliforniaGirl.
to serve. : Mrs. ,-: :,;
upper meeting was.held recently In the library .of '
Odessia Burgess, pastorof and
Mr. Mrs. Cleopbus
Stanton School
High for the purpose of Introducing
g the day; Mrs. Essie B. Howell.. 1182 W. 21at
ision chairmen and mapping plans for the drive. ?
t St. Girl .
Adams, general chairman; ,
...S..i. p Mrs. Christine Mr. ,and Mrs. Norah
Baker
co- t '
I a : J- chairman ; Mrs. Verdell Girl.Gibson: :8't'2. Minnie' St. ,
YH
An
Open Letter To'Jacksonville
Bridge Clubs
:
Simpson, chairman
*. program ; Mr- and"Mrs. Reuben
f *<* k
*: committee Mrs. Annie Mae Haynes* 2971 Exora Ct. ..

Dear Members: Mabley. Mrs. Plassie CUmmings Girt- ,

; .As 'a great! lover of the game of bridge I have u'sed" Mrs. Burgess.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin

: this column on several accasions to defend the rights ; ---i Mary Slater, finance Denmark 1544 Mt.. Herman
Sot Girl.
h of members of bridge clubs to enjoy the diversion that J[ chairman; Mrs. Eda Daniel Mr. and.Mrs. Torrence

the game affords by informing the public that tie Mrs. Tommie Linton com- Davis, 6256 Pettiford

average club member is a responsible member of the F Ft mittee. Mrs. Ardie B. Ray Drive Boy. .

.community and that the average club responds favorably decorations and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo

to request for aid to worthwhile community.. roJects. 4 :-rt Ophelia Thomas Mrs. Helen Monroe 1955 Mars St.. ",
AX'r Girl. '
hot because. of any statements that I might have made, : : Fogers. members. Tag committee Mr. and Mrs. Walter

but because the COMMUNITY CHEST-UNITED FUND is indeeda "" k. rr ;;:i.i Mrs. Pearling Tis- Foreman 16 E. StateSt.

worthwhile project, I shall expect you to respond bye chairman and Mrs. ., Boy.

( favorably when the solicitor for contributions from '. ; Will Person. Mr. and Mrs. Dorniethl
;
f bridge clubs contacts your group. jr : versary The Sunday starts School Sunday anni- Boy.Perry 5611 Verbena. Rd. .


I t Yours truly, ... .... Mr. and Mrs. Vinson
4 -- -- -- ; ... """ morning with Deacon T. C.
MEETING' IN THE HOME OF Mrs. Flossie Jackson Pressley. 748 Ct. H. ,
L. G. G. 4217 Leonard Circle, West, tne rrienu- Wiggins as guest superin- Girl.
ly West Side Social-Savings Club recently celebrated their first anniversary- tendent. '
Teachers will be
P. S. may I add with deep humility, that because'I afternoon was pleasantly spent with the presentation of an informal and Mr. and Mrs. ; James

r have been selected to canvass from bridge clubs refreshments were served. Officers and members seated from left: Henry program Joseph, Deacon W. Sinclair Dea- Brown 1572 Spearing St. ,

I hope your cooperation will ,be 100%. chaplain; Mrs. Ella Mae Kirby, secretary; Mrs. Mendell Bailey, secretary; Mrs. con A. J. Roberson Robert Girl.
Flossie Jackson, vice president land Mrs. Dollie Wofford and Curtis Adams Mr. and Mrs. Prank
; Mae Clark
... .. ... .... from left president. Standing Demery 2112 Moncrief
: Ulysses Bailey, Mrs. Beatrice Burrough, Charlie Williams, Mrs. Ollie who will instruct classes

Mae Yulee, and Leonard Wood. Other members are: John Merix, sick committee; Mrs. 1 through 4, respectively. 'Rd. Girl.
Ophelia Merix, ,Mrs.. Evelyn Moore, Mrs. Juanita ferry and Mrs. Jettie Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie
;
I, In the event that you are anxious for news of recent Deacon A. Grant will review .Watson 1428 WhitnerSt.

bridge sessions, we cheerfully make our report. -. (Avery; Studio Photo) the lesson.Consecration Girl. .

: Mrs. Ernestine Poole was the first hostess of the Bridge Club will beginat Mr. and Mrs. John Webster -

season on The Charming Ladies roster, entertaining in Florida A&M University Sets 11 a.m. under super- 1583 Bridier St. ,

her very lovely Pearce Street home. Is FetedAfter vision of the pastor. Rev. Boy.

i The girls had a lot to talk about, having seen very 62 For Diamond AnniversaryTALLAHASSEE Burgess will also deliver Mr. and Mrs. Mose Far-

f little of each other during the summer months. However, a pleasant and interesting the sermon. mer 1332 W. 15th St. ,

fij the results; showed that the summer vacation had not interfered summer vacationthe --- Florida A&M University, established in The 3 p.m. services will Boy.
1887, plans a year-long Diamond I Mr. and Mrs. William
Classie Lassie Bridge Anniversary observance,
with their be featured by the choir
game. (Mrs.
Dorothy Dunlap
Mrs. Su 2994 College
beginning in rc ey
January 1962 and
,
,
club continuing
Hortense Brewington and Miss Clevel Cromartie have Club beganits year through with Rev. Wilkerson as Circle Girl.
recently in the home of December. A second highlight of the school year, which
i lovely prizes to prove it. principal speaker. Other Mr. and Mrs. Thurlyn
.Mrs. Irma Word with Mrs. began on September 8.: will be the completion of a role program features will be Brown 2358 York St. ,
... .. .. ... ...
and scope study, i.e. an internal self
Margaret Mathis as hostess study program given by Mrs. Glenda Girl.

Mrs. Eleanor.. Davis is all smiles because she topped and Mrs. Vannette Thayeas that was started during the past school year. Black Miss Juanita Raf- Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard

a' ; the scores of fellow players at a recent meeting of guest.A University officials are many-sidedness, high value ford, Mrs. Odessia Burgess, Green 2202 W. FirstSt.
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Boy.
1' the Kaperettes Bridge Club. The Lobelia Rozell home O1i that hour was held also giving continued and rarity, and beauty. Dr. Mrs. Lila Thomas, Samuel Mr. and Mrs. Amos Weeks

home of Mrs. Adell Pollard for the meeting providedan before rounds of bridgewere close study to ,the development H. Manning,Efferson, dean Henderson Rev. Randy 2550 Lewis St. Boy.

appropriate setting.Mrs. of a trimester systemto of the Hezekiah Deaconess
played at which time. university, is Board

E Xelia.Mitchell and Mrs. Mattie Montgomery were members shared their sum- become effective at the chairman of the Steering 2 will meet after morning Meets Sunday

tile other fortunate, winning second and third places. mer experiences.Mrs. start of the 1962-63 Committee.The service. BTU meeting begins District 21 of Second

Members present in addition to prize winnere were, Mrs. Sarah Wright reported school year. The 1961 Role and Scope Com- i at 5 p.m. Devotions Baptist Church will meet
) Leola Powell, Mrs. Vertelle Simmons, Mrs. Marian Flower Legislature authorized the services
a informativeand mittee is headed by Dr. begins at 6:30 p. Sunday afternoon at
and Miss Vivian Williams.t successful very six weeks four state universitiesto M. C. Rhaney dean of the m. The pastor Rev. Burges 4 'clock in the home of

make the move from the college of arts and will deliver the closings Mrs. Annie M. Jackson
i.... .. ..... of study at Boston Uni- two-semester to the tri- sciences. Some 200 membersof 987 W. Ashley Street.
versity; Mrs. Geneva Hen- Members are urged to
For some bridge enthusiasts the love of the game derson reported a motor mester system. the faculty and 'administration be present. Business
A&M will join with 67 Bells
Wedding
i causes them to seek membership in more than one club. trip which took her to ether are servingon will include the associations -
Land-Grant
collegesand the various sub-com and church
Consequently, their names appear frequently this Chicago, Denver, Mexico
universities in the mittees. The anniversary reports.
Committee"sgoal
# column as high scorers in their respective groups. and California. While in APPLICATIONS FOR
year-long celebration Mrs. Esther Boatrightis
of is to make MARRIAGE LICENSES
recom-
We agreeYractice makes perfect." Los Angeles she visited the president and Deacon
Land-Grant Centennial
mendations for the
future
.. .. .. .. with a former Classie Las- that begins in November.As of .A&M in the state'ssystem Willie F. Roibnson, 1530 W.215 t. Curtis p. Smith is
sie Mrs. Hazel Pink, Mrs. St, 24 and Ruth E. Newman 1144 leader.
Land-Grant institutionsthey of W. 28th St., 20. .
higher education. .
Mrs. Essie Williams was hostess to a recent Grace Sykes vacationed in
gatheringof
are dedicated to The report is scheduled Theo. R. Griffin, Jr., Rt. 1, Box CHURCH
the Spelman College Club and Mrs. Edna Polite was Miami Mrs. Margaret residence 110, Five Points, Ala., 27 and Bet
instruction
guest. Starkes and Mrs. Carolyn research for completion in June ty J. Addison, 2320 Moncrief Rd: NOTES
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and extenison 1962.
Mrs. Erma Word, Mrs. Frankie Handy, Mrs. Marie Jack- Washington parts of Fla. 17.Willie Tbe'Women.s
services. Musicale Planned S. Harris, 1403 W. 5fh Auxiliary
son. Mrs. Vera Wilson Mrs. Sara Potts Mrs. Dorothy and Mrs. Minnie L. Gadling Each of the calendar St., 33 and Virginia. Smith, 1374 of Mt. Sinai Baptist

Oliver Mrs. Frankie P. Lang, and Mrs. Seleta Payne motored to the New England months By Senior Women Prince St, 30. Church, Lee and Sixth
beginning with
were among members present. States. The rest of the Curtis J. Wilson, 4414 Trenton Sts. will present a
January, will be directed Friends and the public Dr. S., 21 and Rosetta Andrews, Fall Fashion
:. .. ..y. ... .* group worked or vacationedat toward a special theme are invited to attend a I'' 820 W. Montgomery St.,Milledge- the church auditorium Revue in

A recent visit .to Orangeburg. South Carolina and the home. : throughout the Diamond musicale which will be ville, Ga., 18. Monday night Oct. 9
Members present were: Mes. James Gray, 237 W. State St.,
Kappa House located there leads us to believe that Anniversary observance.The sponsored Sunday night 19 starting at 8 'clock.
and Edna R. Davis .
237 W.
dames Dorothy Oliver, Mar- beginning ,
at
Floridians 7 in
attending the football game between Florida celebration will p.m. State St., 18.
garet Starkes Juanita E. the church auditorium by
A&M University
and South Carolina State '
on October 28 stress the five
attributesof the Senior Anthony N. Way 1503 E. 26th
will be in for some wonderful entertainment .during the Williams, and Alveta the diamond-durability Society of Mt.Missionary Sinai Baptist St, 24 and Deloris J. McGee, 1508E. YOU CAN-

week-end. Lamar s is ,equally as good for pre and post S. Allen. Church.Sunday. 27th St, 17.

game socializing, so S. C. State-i tes, take advantage .I Wm. H. Glens, 4022 Spires St, !

of the week-end. for an enjoyable visit to your Alma Events I 37 Sty and 29.Mary M. Mills, 2560 Lewis PAY MORE

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Mater. '
... .. ... .. .. .. NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER, 01 Are ScheduledSPRING Daniel Cobb. Jr., 1412 Grothe -btte
St, Apt C, 19 and J uelln

C 0 A 1 PocahontasBriquetAnthraciteCoke Wilson 1523 W. 21st St, 18. YOU CANT

2. Li HILL BAPT. CHURCH Victoria Chapter r -
fill cITY.WIDk DELIVERY Rev. T. D. Davis Pastor

x h n v Y y{ t LL SEASONS ICE & FUEL GO. OES Plans BUY BETTERGoodu's

1883FREE NORWOOD AVL PHONE PO 4.4511FREE Services Sunday at the
Churcli were very In- Oct. 15th Tea
r. ;;;d teresting. The morning Victoria Chapter II

__ sermon was delivered by Order of Eastern Star will

__ 'Ithe Rev. G. W. Haile of sponsor a Spiritual Tea
Alachua. it was
very
Oct. 15th. from 4 tp 6 p.m.

FREE formative.interesting We had and quitea in- :in the Masonic Temple 410

few God-fearing Mini- 'Broad Street.

sters in our midst at Madam Louise Nelson and
Pick & Delivery Service nln AFL 0000
Up this service. The Pastor Malvinia Wright along with

preached out of his soulat the 12th. Hour Prayer HEADACHE POWDERS
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FOR the night services.
Band will be the guest 2 POWDERS M 0 POWDEftS 2M

ALL YOUR DRUG*STORE NEEDS ; Youth On Wednesday Department night of the the artists.

: CALLMerVon's Church is sponsoring a
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"Night of Games" at

Her mother or her sister? Pharmacy Saturday Fellowship this Hall.departmentis And on Pregnant ?

sponsoring a Car-Wash
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR, COLOR 2735 Edg.wood Av. at the church. We are
hopi .
for the cooperation -
Whether you want the excitement of a different ner
hair hade, want to give life to dull T : Phone of the General r -- I
or
new or public in these s Keep. your tight dry skin soft and RELAX .
gray hair..insist on long-lasting haircolor f two _t smooth with MoruunuxvD. Neglect -:-
'red : projects sponsored by a of body skin tissues during pregnancy .i
in the famous package--Godefiroy'a : : : .J-4
5-1582 the show for the rest of life. / P
Youth. may up your WITH A
TdtriffMH It'e easy to apply,and complete: in This famous skis conditioner ft cspecJ- '
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one package-there'a nothing.to buy.ffo4'qr :: : Choir II of the' Church ally compounded to relieve the discomfort -
of that stretched ftefijij M your MOTHE| RS
will render the music
.; .. ;. ski*. Tout fad MCmIDI nun
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LOVELY on Thursday morning be for -
: at massage can soothing >
COLORS :' .: v.,,_ the Association whichis lIUJI1 iII,l 8 legs and tact J&fe 'FRIENDtbaat
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Ood.froy Mfg.Company 381O Olive St..8L Louis. -' > .' : ..3. land this week. Wee are .: .. -Youll never regret jt At drat Vfe-j;. fc JMjCljjClnL\li;*
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Group Spo o District Day ; first Baptist '- ,I Zion Hope's, I .AMEiGE FIVE


Sunday Event "PannedSun'clay Male ChorUl'lat. OrganizYouth

The officers and members At 2nd Baptist Announces. $ I P r
es Program I .
of Stewardess Board No. 4 '\,
District Day will be observed Act&iti.s i
)Central Metropolitan CM Sunday in Second The Male Chorus of Zion The Ate .IIi n1s te
Church will sponsor its y terested perso]
Baptist Church. The busi- ROSA .L CO_ Hope Baptist Church will
annual fall tea.thic'h.will celebrate its 11th anniversary the ?yew Hope AME
ness sessions will be held F Rif
be a Pretty Scarf af- in the various homes, be- The Missionary Societyof October; 30. at 8 formulate plans to

fair from 4 to 6'p..m. Oct. ginning at 4 P. m. First Baptist Church. .t- p. m. in the church audi- then the youth pin

8, in the home of Mrs. Ma- The committee will receive Mrs. Arabella Calendar t torium.Mrs. the AME church

rie Smothers 1425 Davis the reports at 6 0' president will meet Sundayat Emma B. Johnson and State-, President... /]

Street.A clock. Leaders are also 4 P.m. in the church Deacon W. G. Byrd have Cottrell welcome

special invitation is expected to make their auditorium.. Topic for Deacon W. G. Byrd have ar- group and encouraged

being extended to the pub- first, associational re- discussion will be, "WhoIs ranged program for the .adult to remember the

lic to attend and bring a ports.' Your Neighbor?" Deacon event. One of the featuresof me for the coming yea.

beautiful scarf for regis- Services for Sunday will G. W. Scott. will be fe st 4 S fc the program will be a "to put YOU back into thi
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tration in the contest.* begin with the SundayS principal speaker and 75 voice chorus under the youth program, and to revive -

Prizes will be given forth 100l at 9:30 a.m. C: M. the Jones Trio will be k direction of Matthel McCoy, the league activities'

,\most. beautiful scarf. Vaught and.L. C. Chester ncluded 5 ij with the D and B singersof Officers of the coming I

A well arranged program will be in charge. program St. Augustine Mt. year are: A. W. Cottrell;
:
will be presented with the The pastor. Rev. J. C. Sunday Ararat Male Chorus and chairman, Mrs. Mattie Tho-

F Rev Sanford Smith conduc- Sams will review the 9:20 a. m. / t Emanuel Baptist Male mas, co-chairman; Miss M.

ting the opening service. lesson 'How Christians Scott and i 1 Chorus. Guest choruses Presha secretary: Mrs. L.

Appearing on the program Grow and deliver the charge. Rev. will be Tabernacle Baptist Hill, Financial secretary;

will be Bro. Willie Davis, sermons for the'major pastor, Male Chorus, Little Rock Mrs. Maggie Smith, trea-

Mrs. Nettie Mae Spaights services. message Baptist aqd Day Spring surer; Vernon King, parliamentarian -

Mrs. Marie Sams, Mrs. Ma- Consecration for deacons clock Baptist Male Choruses. ; Mrs. M. Cham-

rie Deheart Mrs.Mary deaconesses; choir and Choir 2 Appearing also will 'be pion, chaplain.

Davis Hillie Howard, Ger- ushers will be' held at will serve t-: the Rev. S. Andrews of Members of the Board of

Henry.. Mrs. Frankie Handy 10:45 a. m. day. Allen Chapel -AME Church, Directors are: A. W. Cottrell -

will serve as mistress of Morning worship at 11 a.m. 'A short Rev. B. J. Frazier, Mrs. Mrs. Mattie Thomas,

ceremonies.The Baptist Training Union begins ture the Queen Aikens. Miss Detra Miss &'.. I'resha, Mrs. L.

judges are Mrs. Birth at 5:45 p.m. Mrs. R. starts at Belcher and Miss Evelyn R. Hill. Mrs. Maggie Smith.
--
Brinson, Mrs. Willie H. Morrissette assisted, W. F. and Steward Boards of St. Paul AME Johnson. Guest soloist Vernon King, Mrs. Brilla

Mae Shipp and Mrs. Willie .by Alexander Heard will be presiding. Misses Roberta Bacon and Beverly will be Mrs. Thomasina Thomas. George Mims Mrs.A. .

Washington. Mrs. Essie L. .in charge. Evening worship and organ and piano recital Sept. 17th in Wilson of St. John's Bap- W. Champion, F. Town-

Qarnett will present the begins at 7 P.m. hear Rev." of the church. tist Church. Guest organ send and Mrs. Anita Gar-
musicians are members of St. Paul
prize. Refreshments will Frank Brown Choir 1 and message ists will be Cecil B. ner.
are students at New Stanton Senior
be served. usher board 2 will serve given duri Miss Cassandra Neal, daughter of Rev. Fisher and Sammy L. Davis.

Observe Annual throughout the day Mrs. G. hour of : Neal will serve as guest soloist. Others appearing will be Anniversary

C. Vaught will be in char- i is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Usher Board 2 of Zion
Day Sunday of the choir and W. 9th Street and Miss Bacon is the. Begins Sunday
ge Mrs. L. Rev. Hope and Board 3 of .. ..
'W. ----- --
and Mrs. Robert Bacon of 1470
Johnson. Abyssinia Baptist Church.I
The annual observance of Is .
Women's Day will be held Laura Street ern i Taylor served as hostess. Trinity Baptist Church I

Nov. 19 at Zion Hope Bap- Day f many friends of St. Paul turned out under the direction of
i to witness the recital by the young 'Columbus Smith and Union I
tist Church. PresbyterianChurch Rev.
Gospel Singers. C. Parham
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i Officials for the day pastor of
are Miss Florence Nelson, Notes' tist Baptist Group Johnson will serve as the i I
Day
master of ceremonies. The
chairman; Mrs. Lucille the Meets Oct. 17-22
King of the Male choru'
Lowery; co-chairman; Mrs. _BY L. PEARSON.. SR. Oct. 8, at j .
.Pearlie Mae Smalls, sec- Sunday School begins at tist Church ; Mt. Sinai Baptist contest will be selected. .
22nd
9:30 a.m. with superin- Church located at 1551 Winner of the contest
retary; Mrs. S. M. Mann, The Rev. '
tendent T. V. Hugers and Lee Street. Rev. H. H. will be crowned by Mrs.
assistant; Mrs. Ida E. s Day will
the instructors in- Robinson, pastor willbe Ninzel Clark of Abyssinia
Fowler, treasurer; Mrs. of. Valen Mt. Moriah the for BOTHER
setting Sixty-
charge. Baptist Church. T. TUNSON will
Cora Moore, Youth Hour Rev. Franklin D. Wilson, 22, Maceo 22 begin- Eight Annual Session of begin her week long anniversary -
Lucille Bell and
Mrs.
chairman. pastor, will bring the of W, vice Sunday the East Florida and program Sundayat
Mrs. Agnes Williams, message during the 11 a.m. with Bethany Baptist As- Miss Maxine Adkins will Mt. Zion Tabernacle
'I o'clock morning worship. i sociation.October : serve as hostesses. The Baptist Church 1018
music chairman; Mrs. Al terial i Palmer,
The Westminster Choir 17-22. Offetory will be in Arey St. East. Various
temease Hargrove, BT Mrs. Daniel
supported by Mrs. Rudyne County, During this meeting charge of Mrs. Hazel Gross citywide church groups,
U chairman; Mrs. Geneva Watson, organist will retary. Mrs. several important and Sammy L. Davis. Groupsto and friends will parti-
Baker, chairman of ushers; serve during: the rites. State I i will be changes in the conven- cipate in the nightly
be present will be Zion
Mrs. Mattie Bolden, deco- All choir members are weekly Mrs. tional set up will be services. The event wins
ration chairman; Mrs. Annie -. asked to be robed and at ; assist- put into effect. These Hope Female Chorus, Choirs up on Sunday Oct. 15

M. Cliett publicity their stations by 10:50 Edition) ]t! changes were designedto 1,2,3 and 4, Abyssinia with a-3 p.m. program,
o'clock. make the various pro- Baptist Choirs and
1,2,3
i during which time Rev.
chairman and Mrs. Lizzie Dyson and
for the
Communicant Class for- grams available to all Male Chorus. Emanuel Baptist John Montgomery, pastor
r .
j Simpson, acting pastor young 'adults will be hood of the members of the Dis- .choir 1. 2.3. Mt. will preach the closing
Rev. E. R. Simpson, pastorare held at 3066 WoodlawnRd. are: Mrs. trict organization.The sermon. The public is
the opular Olive Primitive Baptist
the other officialsfor at 6:30 p.m. The Mrs. M. E. parent body under invited.
the day.Slates annual financial drive Spring has Hannah the leadership of the Male and Female Choruses ,

for the church is now tensively I Barbara Rev. W. M. Hill, mode- West Union Baptist Male
Dinner in progress.. Each memberis V. S., rator, has arranged an Chorus, St. Paul AME
Eloise
urged to contact his countries interesting presentation Church Male Cher DS, Bethan RoyalOrpwrf
American Legion Aux- or her captain. the Holy t.:4 Zig- for this session. Baptist Male Chorus and Cola '"
iliary Unit 197 is spon- The men of the churchare Allen Prominent ministers,
others.
soring a covered plate asked to give some of the Jackson educators and civic
dinner Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. their time during Saturday Young. leaders will participated r
in the Post Home 2179 Oct. 7 at the new Florida will u r i n g the various,

Benedict Road. site. Please bring equipment ,the Doctor and Mrs. periods. Mt. Ararat's '
Entire families are to tear down Degree from follow "The Divine Assuranceof NEVERan

urged to attend and the fences.We lege and '.the Believers in Choir 1 SefsOct.
join in the fun. The are still in the re- World Crisis" is the '
project is being spon- process of organizinga All Leggins theme for the meeting.The increase in priceALWAYS
I
sored to aid the needy mission church schoolat Masonry Orthodoxy Hour, 9th Fete I
during the Thanksgiving 3066 Woodlawn Rd. have been will hold the discussionof
and Christmas holiday Every member's help is vited to the topic Regeneration -
seasons. A small dona- needed. nent by Rev. CharlesB. Choir 1 of Mt. Ararat '
I tion will be requested "There is no Excellence Dailey; Justifica.ti Baptist Church will observe '
without great Labor. on by Rev. C. its 42nd anniver- the certified
ornin Donell. and Atonem sary October 9 at 7:30P. measure of quality

r L.LA i .' en t, by Rev. R. H. a. in the church i
I ser Wilson. auditorium.A Ri

11& now it's Pepsi. : by Among others to be program has been

".' Rev. E. heard will be: Rev. E. planned with various .,.. 1 :

for' those who thinkyo : of R. Simpson Rev. J. J. choirs of the The city par-. / ;
Church Jon e.s Rev. N. B. ticipating. Rev.S. i

I : ull Torly'wire orthe go as never fa ore. We/lead music Williams Rev. C. C. Emanuel. L. Badger Baptist, pastor Church of iI
1 Dani 1 Rev. W. C.
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f L,Ftepsi 1:f This IS tile life for Pssi-liIIt, tracing, day. Mitchell Rev. J. C. will be the speaker for Goodu'sHEAPACHE I Iw II
begins at the occasion.Mrs. I
tnllllnuu Pepsi-Cola. At stores fountains Ro C. C.
luJlIIIIJ. say "Pepsi, i gers.- Rev. !
L. Crane, Lizzie Cummingsis
_. Curry Rev. J. L. Davis TMsv oo
and his Rev. J. H. Harris, Rev. program chairman and. I
i ; ,r tt '1r B., Hartley, Rev. J. Mrs. Finsy Bowman, is POWDERS

\ :...-......... : meeting C. Sams. Rev.. W. C. public. relations chairman. 2 POWDERS 5* POWDERS I

; j eve- Neal Rev. J. D. Hughes 25$1
Rev. L. C. Way and Rev. ..
rehearses. -
I \ Eddie Burroughs of
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.. -r.-._ t for the his annual message Friday -
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this pleasant testing -
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----- J I __ MIAMI ---- f Morrell Y-Jewels Install Officers... ; Ministerial I


: ; T : : Alliance MeetsThe

so I.ALLY..ff I< !TITiT'11.: ) iflT1flifl1T 4lt .',.., meeting of the

.,- Greater Miami Ministerial

HOST Mrs Myrtle Davis, prominent clubwoman and: ?:' Alliance last Tuesday was

civic worker has returned'to the Magic after ,an extended i f f of particualr political
r .r 1 3 and will
significance
junket through the northeast where she addressed .' ti :L: 4 b .
likely influence
the National Convention i many
of Elks and Daughter' Elks. _:. ,
,F Z= people to think before
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s 4 1t they vote and influence
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I r many others to register
a
) "f" ',: ; 1, r rt r and vote in the coming
'She is they; elect Mon.
busily preparing for ; :r z : .1
meeting of the Executive; Board # After the usual devotional -

of the Florida State Council of .z. t period the Reportof
Colored Women 's club to be heldin :
the Committee on Human
Ocala on Oct. 14. F. t. ,
: Dignity was given by

-fir.. Father Theodore Gibson,
} : 4 the chairman of this
F
I y f 'r 43 important committee.

Next week Mrs. Davis will entertain house guest, Following this report "
":
attending the convention of the National Council of f the question arose as to

Church Women which holds its sessions in the Miami whether the Alliance would
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Beach Convention Hall. ) .'. I + support the candidacy of

Kenneth T. Williams for
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When the Emce Trade Show sponsored by the Miami : City Commissioner. After

Beauticians Association opens its sessions a series I a short discussion it was

of interesting events will occupy the attention of ., unanamiously agreed that

beauty stylists as well as number of socialites ':s :! the Alliance would give

beauty stylists as well a.s a number of socialiteswho I its wholehearted support

will be the guests of the beauticians.The : to Mr. Williams and give

first event will be a beach party on Monday I $50.00 to the Williams
A I
Oct. 9 at Crandon park followed by a hair style show I ; RY Campaign Fund.

and dance at the Fiesta Room in the Mary Elizabeth : : j. : ;:; ; The 'Message of the

Hotel. J Morning by the President

'. ,I Rev. Edward T. Graham

whose subject was

COFFEE Mrs. Marie F. Brown 5836 N.W. 23rd Ave. is Leadership was

giving 'a Coffee next Wednesday, Oct. 11 at which the enthusiastically received.

opinions of the League of Women Voters regarding the _--= ,.. .r Si i During the previous week
;( Amendment will be and discussed. J I II I
McLeod explained NEW Y-JEWELS OFFICERS---Members of the Murrell Branch YWCA Jewels who held an installation meeting Kenneth Williams had

Should be an interesting little get-to-gether. The.. recently in the home 0f Mrs. M. Athalie Range are seen here. Standing from left are Mrs. Carolyn asked for and had been

Voters League is again it. McDonald, program director of the Young Adult program; Mrs. Cherry Boyer, Mrs. M. Athalie Range, Mrs. granted the privelege to

\ Ollie Hepburn, Miss Enid Curtis, Mrs. Edith Washington, and Miss Carolyn Bennett. Seated in the same state his position to the

Dear Readers order are Mrs. Mary Lightfoot, treasurer; Mrs. Beatrice Cox, vice-president; Mrs. Willie Williams, Alliance, Williams appeared -
president and Mrs. Sarah Mobley recording'secretary.
; ,
This marks. the first appearance of the Florida Star's and gave an outline
(Photo by Johnson of Miami)
sociklly speaking column and is Intended to cover J the --- _v. ,__ ..- r---__. .. of his plans and purpose.At .

social activities among Miamians. Financial secretary; Mrs. the close of his remark -

The editors are anxious to serve you by publishing 1 J r-coretha Peck Treasurer; each Alliance member

accounts of any coming or past social events. We can- Juanita Mann Health pledged his individual

not cover all 'of them but if club reporters, social chairman; Mrs. Copeland support as well as his

groups or individuals 'would drop us a few lines about Reporter ; Mrs. T. C. organizational assistance.The .

their affairs we would only too happy to get it 'into I ::1 Crowder, Principal. importance of the
print. t ti Metro form of governmentwas

It is our intention to give the Miami social scene, '' 4 WArM R.8LEUEN.IA tSCUODI. discussed and the
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this a photographer will be sent to One of the largest PTA approval of Metro.

photograph teas, banquets, luncheon, lawn parties, meetings on' record was There was one visitor--

and other events if the sponsors will write to the |held on last Monday night.An Rev. A. Trotter of

Florida Star--5900 N. W. 23rd Ave. Miami or phone expanded "First Ameri- Mississippi.

NE 3-2175. : cans" skit developed by

I the 5th and 6th Gradesas Noted Soprano
The Editors : _1
the
culminating
,' y. activity .
To Give RecitalAt
for the first ET'V
Crusader Contributes $200.
.r. a r Social Studies Unit was Auditorium

To Miami NAACP' Branch i iA 1 r ti,. I most favorably received.

Americanism was stressed 'ROSA PAGE WELCH-Mezzo

throughout. In additionto Soprano is being presentedin

presentation Sip sponsored by the Crusaders Club I full Concert at the Miami

of the Miami Branch of the NAACP was given at the tion, pupils group particiPa-1 Beach Auditorium, Sunday,

none of Dr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Williams 1370* N.W. I special readings were Oct. 15th. 3:30 P. M.

6th. Ave. last Sunday, afternoon 'oct. 1st, Andrea Butler, Irene by the Church of The Open

More than 100 guest Gaitor Annie Gamble Door (United Church of
Pres.
1 ; Mrs. Pauline v>!apKBWETH -
attended the well ordered Michael' Hamilton Cynthia Christ) in behalf its

affair and were entertainedby House Linda Kelly Henry Building Fund.

an enjoyable program, Rutledge and Glenda Mrs. Welch will be featured -

with Mrs. Sytrina Williams' x 4 Spence. Playing Indiansin in a 'PESTI VIAL

as Mistress of Ceremonies.Dr. +' 4F i >.. Y a 1 d ,rrl a convincing perfor- OF SACRED MUSIC" with
mance of a dance were Mrs. Jack A. Smith as
Elmer A. Ward Introjl
duced the George Busbee, 111, Ben- Acopmpanlst. Mrs. Welch
guest speaker :
; jamin Howard Johnson will be supported in a
Mr. Kenneth Williams who;; P-TA INSTALLATION---In a meeting held in the cafetorium of Holmes Elementary Craig -

is a candidate for City. .---School last Monday newly elected officers of the Holmes Parent-Teachers Association Joyce Love James group of numbers by the

Commissioner in the forthcoming were installed. Shown standing is Mr. Garth Reeves, manager editor of the To wns 1 ey and Rogers Choir of the Church of The

election. Mr. Miami Times, who was installed P-TA president by Mrs. Elizabeth Espy-Johnson who Washington! Open Door, augmented by

Willaims easily held the performed the installation rites., (See School News). Mr. Allgood Publicity volunteers from other

attention of his audience ..i (Adams Foto) Chairman, made announce- United Church of Christ
.r
ments of general school Choirs of Greater Miami;
as he outlined plans, it 4 News
elected, and hi sincerely School standards and requirementsand and under the Directionof

requested his hearers to WILLIAMson ,* f.I Mrs. Glenn, cafetorium Mr. William Johnson
HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe Pisk and
University
Manager spoke briefly on
do their
utmost to get
Holmes Elementary
out the vote. .. 2nd Vice .Mrs. Cafeteria Procedures and University of Indiana and
PTA Mr. Garth Reaver
ee Rosa Lee Wesley, trea- ; how the nutritional needs { highly esteemed Directorof
His remarks
were briefly r P. President, presiding met
surer; ,Mrs. India Donovan : of children and adultsare the celebrated Dorsey
reviewed by Rev. Edw. T. ,. in the school cafetorium
chaplain; Mrs. Evelyn met through balanced Junior Hi Choral Group.
,Graham, pastor of Mt. with an enthusiastic
Carter Rec. See'y; Mrs. lunches. During the The Choir will also render -
Zion Baptist Church. '
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audience last
Monday eve-
Etta Mae Jones Asst. Rec.See' Business sessions, Mr. a group of numbers.
Crusaders' President, : .,, ,' \ k'f' ning. (
7; Mrs. Vernell Al- Kelly Dunbar Unit Presi- Tickets are availableat
Mrs. Mary Lou Brown
gave After by Mrs.
bury Financial Sec'y; prayer dent, a rundown Miami Beach AuditoriumBox
gave on
a short but A appropiate I / Myrtle Davis followed
Mrs. Bertha Perry Pub-. I / ;; the activities for 1961- Office, at offices of
and made the
speech presentation :
Jr with remarks by the '
Relations Cn'as.
- ; Dr. H.Willias. .", 62. United Church of Christ
of $200 to, President, the following
Parliamentarian .
;
; Congregations, and by
Father Theodore Gibson Mrs. Billie Pitta Super- Officere were formally
ATTENTION LADIES Individual members of the
presidept of the Miami installed Eliza-
by Mrs.
Brkigt & Social da Church of The Open Door.
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Branch of the N.A.A.C.P. beth Espy-Johnson

The Crusaders Club has : Principal of PhyllisI; S.Reporters.d or Mm WATCH THIS CLOWNON

*a membership of thirty VOTE :: : .I Wheatley Elementary school Yow Social News
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C01MENDATION -When th PTAunbar Elementaryschool :
civic minded aad diligent Garth Reaves. President; JI..iQa To PAGE 7
_ held its meeting last Monday. Principal NelsonL. I I.
workers including the FLORIDA STAB
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Adams, (left) progressive educator, was paid a Mrs. Dorothy Bolden Vice- I
following officers: tribute for the efficient program he and his staff president; Mrs. Catherine : 5900 "
If. W. 23rd
Avenue
Krs. Mary Lou Brown Pres.; '.TdU curt WW 9 YCWB I MOT raei I saot ; are carrying out by P-TA president Leon Kelly, seen Peterson, Recording Secretary I'' NE 3-2175 4y ';

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r- 18 Year OW Il"Mill leltedicf" I FAMU's Faculty, Stude


r- t fief* Prison Term Are Given Image Of


An old youth was I .
18-year TALLAHASSEE --- Dr. George. Gore: Jr. p
x sentenced last Wednesday to :Florida A&U University pointed out certain
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:a five, years in the state characteristics s of a PAlflJan during the openin

prison for taking $800 from tion of the 19 1-62 school year.

a 68-year-old white man last V

L___ v t_ Lr--- July 21.Harry Speaking before the stantly. He knows
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I : Daniels, of 708 W.
a ,i' student body, faculty and best way to prepare
4th Street pleaded guiltyto
w Fs : staff in the university assignments tes

grand larceny before gymnasium Dr. Gore broad knowledge. ]
Judge A. Lloyd Layton and
stated: "In the fifth plac<
the Criminal Court judge -
yf "...It seems to me thata good FAMUan is concer
Imposed the maximum sentence
FAMUan's image should with moral character.

allowed by law. .......;' ,.' I reflect certain distinc- 'him his word is his bond.
In the beginning Danielswas .f. "
_. tive characteristics. He will not lie or steal.He .

; charged with ,robbing First, he should be a go- respects womanhood. He

Alonzo Fulford of 506 W. .
to church.
1I getter--a person with a goes
6th Street but the
pro-
Y goal, a purpose, a zeal; 'At FAMU we are always
secution the pleaof
accepted
I. always on the go going hoping to grow. Real pro-
guilty to the less seri-
somewhere. In fact our gress and success are
.- ous offense of grand larceny
GETS COVETED AWARD---Ed Charles, (right) former Jax Braves hustling infielder and motto for 1961-62 is 'Go f built" on day-by-day improvements -

'now hotspot, guardian (third base) with the Vancouver Triple-A club of the Pacific Assistant Solicitor R. .r Forward with FAMU.' The in one's

'Coast League, was included among the all-star baseball players comprising the Hudson Oliff told' the court true FAMUan is not a sluggard ability. There is a matterof

National American International, American Association Leagues' top players of that_Fulford pointed out I r.I. a drone or a non- being today little-
the year selected by Look Magazine's annual poll by the nation's ranking news- Daniels. and two unidentified entity.
bit better than were
you
paper, television and radio sports writers. Possibly no one was prouder of companions as the three who I.- iJ "In the second place, he yesterday.
Charles' achievement that business magnate-sportsman Sam Wolfson on whose Jax and
First
him at
Braves' ,teams Ed played-or, of course-his charming wife, Mrs. Carolyn Riley jumped him should be a good sportsman -

CharI es.l .. ; Broad Streets beat up one who plays fair
and took his money at about i who does his best and who

l .' 1:30 p.m. as he walked out 5 wins if he can, but never Ex-FAMU Cager

""Y'- -----"... ,of a grocery store.A cheats nor stoops to low Inks Pro Pact

statement made by Daniels:- purpose. .
BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe was read by Oliff. stating' I' TALLAHASSEE"Former
''MISS CARRIE IRBY "Miss "In the third place, a'
that he did nit beat Fulford, Florida A&M University
FAMUan should be
Benedict will reignas a genteel .
but acted as a lookout for' eager Tommy Lee Mitchell
Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable Benedict College's majesty person; that is. a real
companionswho has signed, a
other
the two here Saturday sincere lady or gentleman.He contract
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Establishments Specializing Services and Products did the beating. Daniels night Oct. 14 when should be a person of with the Allentown Jets

also, said his share of the BethuneCookmanplaysBenedict of the Eastern Professional
culture and refinement who
money was $80. paid to him in the Gator. League. Mitchell was
Bowl. Miss and is never loud or boisterousA
irby her
AUTO SERVICE for as lookout, scheduled to report to
HOTELS MOTELS ROOMS serving
court will participate "in famous English poet has
Oliff reported Allentown, Pa. last week-
the pre-game parade siad, 'A loud mouth procla-
HOUGABOOK AUTO SERVICE Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels Daniels was quoted as say- scheduled for the after- ims the vacant mind. A end.

GENERAL AUTO REPAIR ing he and his companionshad noon of the game. She is real FAMUan is never noted While at A&M. Mitchell
512 BROAD ST. 635'/i W. ASHLEYEL been drinking wine a native of Columbia.S. playdd guard and earned
Motor Tune-Up, Generator, Starter and C. for 'loud talking.
4-9493 EL 4-9105 Oliff stated. two letters ax that po-
"In the fourth place a
Carburetor Service_ .Fulford said he was taking Blouse BeautyThere's i sition. He played his

. J. W. HOUpABOOK, Mechanic FIESTA MOTELWe 'the'$800 to a bank when he --- ,..., -- '- good FAMUan is concernedwith prep basketball at Griffinand
high scholarship. He
1361 Kings Road EL 43658BARBER stopped in the store t : Florida A&M Universityhigh
Cater To Discriminating Clientele rf- places an emphasis on
purchase some groceries. schools. He was namedto
REASONABLE RATES-DAY, WEEK or MONTH excellence. He is concern- the All-star team in '56

and BEAUTY SHOPSLa All Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V Cited By 'Army b.r.i.' master ed about the the printed ability page.to The former FAMU cage per-

I' No Extra Cost former averaged 6.8 ppg
CONGA
BEAUTY PARLOR He uses the library con-
'\ PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS HANAU, GERMANY -- Army last season.

HAIR STYLING-CUTTING-.SCALP TREATMENTMRS. Captain Louis C. Williams, .
1254 Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 5 38JOHNNIEIS -
ROSE lEE, Proprietor. a 1952 graduate of Florida t.

.1' A&M in Tallahassee
811 Davis EL 4.9530 ROOMING HOUSE University '
recently was awardedthe t WHEN YOU ABE ILL

ALL MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms Army Commendation Meda 'f i You S.*k Th Beat Doctor 1

LES CHARMETTS BEAUTY SALON while serving with the 18 y' When You Doctor,PsMalb.. _
Week
j by Day, Night or Get Experienced Phsa.el.b j.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TG HAIR and SCALP EL 5 025 th Artillery in Germany. _
: .27 West 'Ashley St. To Fill Yonr Pmcrfctfau .
Captain Williams received
TREATMENT HAIR CUTTING and STYLING According To Your DadedlOrd.n.
MISCELLANEOUS the award for his out- ,
Mrs. Catherine Brown, Prop. W Tte Only
standing performance fabric and fashion Th Beet Qualliy Drips Ai Dr. C. E. BladeProprietor
excitement in new fall '
1427 Davis Street EL 9907 "
IMPERIAL SUNDRIES duties as the assistant blouses, deftly styled to com-
operations officer in the plement smart suits or pair

TOBY'S BEAUTY PARLOR Patent Medicines Cosmetics artillery's Battery C in with this year's flared or 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S
pleated skirts. This beguiling
Specializing In Styling All Leading Hair Preparations Hanau. bow-tied blouse by Pilot is
made in a brand-new fabric DRUG STORE
OR.: BROAD &: ASHLEY' EL 42159PATRONIZE
and SCALP TREATMENTMrs. with twill
CUTTING, PERMANENTS Firms That AdrirtiM With Ur a weave, very soft
-- Want Your Bviinta and sup: :e. Though it has the 94279i
1907 Kings Road ELgte
Tobitha Taylor, Prop.
look a: feel of silk, the fab- .
And Respect Your Roe A COMPLETE LINE OF
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.615 Davis Street 4-9$12 I
I Cosmetics Rnbbr/ Good Ctadies ffsadrfaa
Star Advertisers PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND' DELIVEREDPIIOTOGRAS'lIS
STYLIST BEAUTY SALON i I' Neophytes Enter College _.

HAIR STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING Jerico Pharmacy Inc. i I .

1346 DAVIS EL 49911Mr I'
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription- FOR

.. :. Christine Brown FREE Pick Up and Delivery ServiceOn
1 EVERY OCCASION
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PHARMACIST ON DUTY -
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Cavalier Cleaners & Laundry Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Daily : ? Portrait Weddings ., Banqutii

EL 3-9268 Passports & Ideoiificailoa Photo
13 Outlets Serving 951 West Davis Street Photostats & Commercial Work
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Photo For Newspaper Cult
Greater JacksonvilleGOODSON
NEW CENTURY SCHOOL __ ___ WfeUe You Wall

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AVERY
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Drugs, Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts COMPARE SCHEDULES These freshman students who enrol- AVERTS PHOTO STUDIO
FUEL OILS
Sundries and School Supplies led at A&T College last week compare schedules in the 1674 Kings Rd.-Next to EWC Library

INDEPENDENT OIL CO. 601 WEST ASHLEY STREET EL 4-1380 registration line. They are from left to right: Mary

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Eakins, $urgaw, N. C. ; Ellen Davis, Wilmington, N. C.; Phone 2L 4-7885 For 1lpyotatnaaf.
1230-1232 FLORIDA AVE. EL 6.9762 .
and Bobby Frazier, Thomasville Ga.
Mechanic On Duty f .

JAMES FAULKNER, MechanicIKE I

RESTAURANTS FOODS
JOSEPH Proprietor
State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432
Bertha's lar-B-Q & Restaurant 1 1I

FUNERAL HOMES
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Day after day, more more
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1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689 Why don't you become one of the many ,,;J foryour
HOME COOKED FOODS thousands Who are enjoying relaxing, ,

Mrs. Daisy Ford Prop. i worry-free transportation?The dollars \ Party!"

1 Carter's Funeral 1 Home l OPEN 24 HOURS :I you save will be a bonus for your N- / telephone I :
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,good judgment. Start riding a \ Elgin 4-7881

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COACH u {
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upon a rough-tough grid slate this season without regard to prestige ot present strength of their : festivities to be presented by the two colleges. In photos above ,from left are some of the Wildcatswho
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opponents. This week they11 face 'another tartar in Morris Brown of Atlanta-at Daytona-who whipped will be seen in action here: Theron Carmichael is a speedy elusive 5'10" 180-pound back from

mighty Tennessee A & I last week for a seasonal upset. However the Wildcats' Jax fans will have an Carteret. N. J. : Second photo Coach McClairen has depth as demonstrated, in ends: In third Ernest

opportunity of seeing favorites in. action here at the Gator Bowl Saturday night Oct. 14 when/they;: Harvin who tips 5'11" and hails from Sarasota. A forward .wall. luminary is guard Edward Carson who

face the Benedict Tigers from Columbia S. C. The contest is being billed as the "Battle between stands 5'11" weighs.200-pounds and is a Sarasota native. Advance admission tickets are now on sale

the Methodists (Bethune) and the, Baptist" (Benedict). All of the' fanfare of an annual fall classicwill'prevail at the Tourist. and Convention' Bureau," Buster Ford's, Hollywood Record Shop and Hampton's Service

from the time of the pre-game parade-itinerary to announcedHhe. sparkling performance. >Station. (Bethune-Cookman Public Relations Photos)
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TAMPA -- Fresh from administering a lopsidea 52-0 INSTITUTE Ala.
A&T College ROTC Rifle SlatesCollege -- Before some 4.000 fans
Team defeated the Tenne- Lacing over Benedict College of Columbia S. C. last under 92-degree conditions Johnson C. Smith Universityof

ssee State A&I UniversityROTC Saturday, Coach Jake Gaither's rambling Rattlers from Charlotte, N. C. spoiled Tuskegee Institute's foot-

Rifle Team 1761- FAMU will highlight the second annual Golden Triangle ball opener here Saturday by beating the Gilden Tigers,
1547 in a shoulder-to- Classic here at Phillips Field Saturday night when they Grid Slates 300.

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shoulder match conducted face their initial s season's test against the LincolnMo. SAVANNAH STATE While Tuskegee failed to .
after Moore interceptedan
here last week. ( ) Tigers. make a serious scoring
.enemy aerial on his
The match was conducted f s se Head Coach Jake Gaither -HomeAlbany threst, the North Caro- ;Twn
( 18 and scampered 26
on the A&U campus prior to and his associates have A&T Experts linians--paced by Quarter-
yards to the Tuskegee 44.
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the Aggies and the Tennes-* -since September 1. 'We Claflin College. .Nov. 18 every .

see' State, Tigers on are serving the same ingredients GREENSBORO N. C. The -Away- Smith's first touchdowncame ProfessionalBASKETBALL

Saturday, September 23. we dished out observance of annual home less than five minuteof
High scorer for the day last fall warned Gai- coming to be held at A&T Port Valley State..Oct. 7 the initial period.

.was A&T-s Charles Richardson ther. "We11 slo't. pass College October 1415is (Columbus Georgia) That was when Walker who

Washington D. C. and go f 6 the outside more expected to draw the Morris College. .Oct. 14 I registered another six-
who registered 359 out --- than we have done in the largest turnout "in the Benedict College..Oct. 21 pointer in the third COLISEUMTUES.

of a possible, 400. ELGIN BAYLOR the world's past he said. 'Now history of the College. Alabama State. .Nov. 4 quarter on a 35-yard punt

The t'eam'is coached by top-scoring professional don't get me wrong he Jimmie Barber dean of Clark College. .NOV. 11 return, fired an aerial to

.Sgt. Allison Webb, with basketball' star will leada stated '\\'we'll keep them men and chairman of the Paine College..Nov. 24 End Pettis Norman to ,cli- OCT. 17

:Sgt. Jesse L. Suggs as vast array of pro-All" honest by sending our full event said this week that mac a 54-yard drive. Wil- 8:15 p. m.

assistant. American players here backs up the middle." delegations representing ,SOUTH CAROLINA STATE liam Joyner kicked the
Tuesday night. Oct. 17 at -
Los
The fullback position is alumni chapters as far -Home- extra point. Angeles
,the Coliseum when the Los :
the strongest in the Rat- west as "Detroit and Chicago -. Tuskegee who beat Smith

Angeles Lakers meet the tlers' backfield. Bruce and ,as far north as J. C. Smith. ... ,.Oct. 7 last season 14-12 traileat lakers

Chicago Packers. Last" Wilkins Aliquippa. Pa., Buffalo N. Y. have made Florida A&M..Oct. 28 half-time. 14-0. In

WATCH THIS CLOWN year. Baylor set an all- and Charles Sutton Jacksonville reservations for the week- Morris Brown..Nov. 11 addition to missing their vs
time scoring record for end activities.The I
are converted to All-SIAC Quarterback Wil-
one game when he nettedan fea- -Away- Chicago PeckersPROALLAMERICANS
football'
9-56-23 halfbacks.. Sutton was name game lie Williams (he was
73-382-13 amazing total of 71- the 'most outstanding turing the A&T College Clark College..Oct. 14 graduated last June), the
points. Ranking Negro and Aggies and the Maryland freshman-laden
freshman, and Wilkins Fort Valley State..Oct. 21 Tuskegeeteam
1 white players appearing the -"most outstanding State College Hawks is *Miss. / was further hampered Featuring -
8 Vocational..NOV.4.
will include: Andy Johnson 'themat'n event in the
2 player" during spring : Benedict .Nov. 23 when Halfback Harrell Colored & White
6 two-day celebration. The
and the Packers' 6' training. Moore, the Golden Tigers'
7 4 11" ,yearling center. Walt game has been set for the leading scorer and ground PLAYERS

Bellamy. ,Choice seats Hosts Game Memorial Stadium on Sat-
110-77-537 are C LA FLIN COLLEGE gainer last season was ELGIN BAYLOR
urday afternoon beginningat
now available.
injured mid-way the second
47-39-64 I 2:00 o'clock. ANDY JOHNSON
-HomeFayetteville- quarter. Last year Moore

Soiis+ ...... be'e q TOOTHACHEDon't t 1: "" Ise,; State.Oct. 28 averaged\ 7.2 yards in 95 WALT BELLAMY
SooMtimcs ..'. dow Saturday'sFOOTBALL'StORES tries.
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!!. adds, subtracts suffer needles ly. Get speedy relief Paine College. .Nov. 4
Ht. work It all 01'Hll4' with fast from acting throbbing ORA-JEL.pain Pain of toothache Edward; Waters.. .. .Nov. 11 The closest that the men GEN. ADM. $1.00
goes' in'seconds.. Guaranteedor of Coach Van Cleve got to
money back.All drug stores. rAS'tsi ...".. scoring was in the first RESERVED $2.00
Coming Attractions J. C. Smith 26. Va. -Away-
84.74-17 :: ... I Union 0 period when the Golden BOX SEATS $2.00

i ".J r. N. C. Coll. 21. Morris College..Oct. 7 Tigers penetrated the

Morgan State 01 Miles .. Smith 29-yard line only
College .Oct. 14
-I Va. State 48..Howard to.run out of gas when Buy Your Tickets
Albany State. ... .Oct. 21
U.12 t F _.. four consecutive passes Now & Secure
Norfolk' St. 22..W.Va. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTEOct. fell incomplete. This The Best Seats
YEARSUoexce,1 St. 7
"ed fOR 10 Tuskegee drive was set up
7-Clark..Atlanta .._ _
,, _. .;" -'..;J.. : N. C. A and 122. .
Shaw 0 Oct. 14-Knoxville..Knoxvill Iad
DR. RICHARD V. MOORE/ D'ware ,St. ,22..Hampton Oct. 14KnoxvilleKnoxvilleOct. afy, ; L s: r =
wellknown president of I. 8 ; .
IN RELIEVINGATHLETE'S Bethune-COokman College Ky. State 40..Knox- 21-Morehouse-Columbus.

FOOT and the possessor of ville 0. GeorgiaOct.

i many close friends in Ala. A and M 14. 28-Foit Valley--Fort
Tetterine is equal to any newfangled preparation the Jax area will be Morehouse 12 Valley.
- for relieving athlete foot. And
you won't find anything more effective forhaqnless host for the Bethune- 'Bishop 14.Phil Nov. 4-.iles..Hom --
insect bites eczema scabies or Benedict game which will Smith 8 ; I
Nov. .14Hampton.Hampton,
external skin irritations. Get Tettennee be played here Saturday 'Fisk 21.Tuskegee. 20 f
al from druggist or send 75 Va. .. i
your night. Oct. 14 in the Southern U. 20. .
II Shuptrine Company Savannah Georgia.. Gator Bowl. This year's Grambling 9 'Nov. 23 Ala. State... 1a .

TETTER IN E contest resumes annual Ed. Waters 3.Savan Montgomery, Ala.
grid contests here feaT nah St. 0 1 JER
turing the Wildcats a- Allen 18... .S. C. State 0 ALBANY STATE

You Don't Have to Go to Town ,to Get ponents.against suitable .op- Jackson Voc. 0 St. 30..Miss. k ;

Ark. A and M 34. Edward Waters..Oct. 7
E LOW PRICES fAMU'5 Griffin Tex. Coll. 6 Paine College..Oct. --

Bluefield 14..Claflln' 14 Claflin College..Oct. 21 LEARN

Reelected. To F1 a. A and M 52 Savannah State..Oct. 28 .
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Benedict 0
DRUG STOBE REEDS Livingstone. NOT. 4 .
I On Your NAIA GroupHAYS. Morris Tenn. St. Brown 8 21. Morris College..Nor. 11 The Latest ScientificMETHODS J,r.

Fort Valley .NOT. 23 ,
Trade With Your Neighborhooa i Drug Store Dillard 22..Ala. St. 0. .
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Chips Off The .-Block-- -- .1, Memphis9 Barriers MEMPHis Fall,School 1 Classified- I



S -- This bastion
1.1 i of segregation for the l ---

by "jayjar. < past 100 years joined
other Southern areas this Atfs. fir R nt : WANTED

fall when 13 Negro first FOR RENT Clean 5 room Beauty Operators & Barbersare
Hospitals are usually associated with mercy and are
supposed to be humanitarian institutions. Reports graders were admitted to lower apt. hot water. wanted to New Holly- I

coaing from Brewster, the local Negro hospital>re heavily police guarded Wired for electric cooking wood Beauty Lounge 622 W.

anything but of a humanitarian nature. We are aware white schools this week. Adults only. EL 4-1504 Ashley.St. Call EL 49774.

of the fact that a hospital is a place of business :Y.Tye, :- j : _"t Police CommissionerClaude Mr. Taylor; EL 3-3245 Mr.
and must be run in a business like way but when'money Armour in reportingthat
takes the place of mercy, we wonder whether there were no incidents FOR RENT I. s I; Anderson.

or not hospital employees and administrators should had assigned fifty- FOR RENT 4 Rm. Apartment ,
not take the Oath of Hippocrates. To get to the tlO.50 Weekly EL 3-9942 HELP WANTED

meat of the rumor. All of us have been reading a- -- walking club-carrying -No Children-
bout the- recent tragedy in which ten members of-a ST. PETERSBURG--Freshman business"major. Arlear patrolmen to the four High-Class private sleepin -

family were killed. Several groups are planning fund Gibson, left was the recipient of a $50 scholarship :1-schools involved. jobs now waiting in N.

raising drives- to help pay the bills for the family. r. to Gibbs Junior,College from ;iijsftEthel; ; Swain However I one irate FURNISHED, ROOMS- Y. City or Long Island for

Even the local daily papers are in accord with the representing the. Iota' Phi Lambda Soroity. Shown re- mother, said to be Mrs. Booms by Day. Nlfht. or' maids; housekeepers and
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idea and hinted as much in a story Sunday. But ceiving-check is GJC director of service, Richard Herman McGregor took her leek. Rates $1.03 to
cooks with references.
Brewster cannot wait. They are trying to find out
Smith. $2.50 nicht. single
: per
nine old from
year son Weekly salary to $50 and,
who will pay the bill. In tact they are reported on rrr..- o __ -or:"'. the fourth-grade ,saying, or tfouble. JOHNNIE
the verge of transferring the patients remaining in -J KOOMINO HOUSE. 710 lesCAshley. up. Write:
"we will either transfer
Brewster. This is Just one incident. ,There are many d ; ., EL 54025. Domestic, Box 444
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reports' of persons in agony being forced to wait him or move plumb out of Westbury L. I., N. Y.
at* the admissions window while finances and the : the city. I
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like are checked. When the time comes to admit, the 'We may go back to NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN

people in admissions at Brewster and the persons Mississippi where they

who give them their orders, let us hope that some don' t let them go to ''Transportation Hot Lunch
of the victims can be on hand working* behind the t school with whites. Motherlike Care Covered'by Insurance
desk and hold them up just long enough for St. Nick Th11i& ,
'' said Children kept by day. week or hour.
"Yeah
Jerry Mc-
to reach up and pull them to their just rewards.
1832 North Myrtle Avenue EL 5-9154
Gregor. 'I'd rather be
All roads lead to Tampa this week-end. The FAMU'
Rattlers will meet Lincoln U. of Jeff City Missouriin dumb than go to school

some sort of classic. Wonder why the so-called : with them." -
strong Jacksonville Alumni Chapter cannot get a good FIRST RUN RITZ'STARTS SUN.

game here. If A. and M. were to meet A. and T. or ) .
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Southern in Jacksonville, you would have a record V ATRHJMPHANT PAOE-PROM THE GREATEST BOOK OF ALL TIME!
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TEST SUBJECTS- ---Ninth Grade students at James Weldon
crowd at the Bowl.
School test subjects for the Relieves
Johnson Junior High were
The Star has done it. Yep, we are now working on
plans for a state-wide net of news coverage. The School Ability and Metropolitan Achievement Tests
which were given Tuesday through the use of teaching Rheumatism l'
public wanted a militant, independent, all Negro 4
machines. The new methods were administered under the
owned all the state .
organ over so by popular re- aN
Quest, we are Miami Look for news about your friends supervision of Mrs. E. L. George, D'can'of1 Girls, with a Arthritis N'

down South in the Star weekly. Mrs P. Helms and Mrs. A. Belle assisting.. YIU MOOYC110 M .
Fernando-Jones and, his madam are ,in the midst of ...''- Thousands have found the most r

building a new pad on Richardson Road. It will com- soothing relief they have Also 'WINCHESTER 73'SIRAMD

pare 'favorably with show place homes in Atlanta Jax NAACP ''Youth Council lever known for the pain of :

which is Fernando's home when completed. ''RHEUMATISM, and ARTHRITIS with : STARTS' SUNDAY
There is gloom in the air around the STAR office.C. Presents 7 BIG DAYS
Parham Johnson of the sports department has been \ .Rheomanon P.E.S. caps>}les. 1 .

dethroned. As an old pro, I can offer proper con- ;Unlike other preparations
Guided Missle Ball '
solations. Rheuoanon was made especially JE r
Happy, birthday to Gwen Shelton and Pearl ,K. Mackeyof to help relieve conditions r,
the Vocational High School family. Saluting
:Iwhlch maybe .causing the RETURN
An extra prayer is being sent up in some corners. TO PEYTON PLACE
agonizing of rheumatism .
: pains BM ow lh Novel by GRACE METAUOUS '
Around 16th and Myrtle, prayers are to the rain BETHUNEBENEDICTFOOTBALL
and Arthritis. Don't wait. CJP4 M rxopE coioR by DE LUXE
gods to stay away. When the first good storm comes
a good business interprise will be to offer ferry GAME Don't go on suffering when

service to the kids and teachers or to sell wading you'may ger such soothing i ii PLUS I I11 ,
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boots. Friday/ Nite Oct. 13 9 Until ? ;i comforting relief with Rheu- COLOR b DC LUXE ClNr ivtA!COPE*2o.i..,*_
A good game is on ta'p.in! Jacksonville this weekend.The manon. Ask your druggist

fighting Tigers of EWC will meet Albany State 'for Rheumanon today. You I
COUNTY ARMORY ROOSEVELTe SKYVlliW Sun Nite
College at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park this week-end.. DUVAL {twill bless the day you did Thru Tues.

Last year the ,only loss the Tigers suffered was to but accept no substitutesthere NO MAN COULD fOKOCT H ....
Dio'Qr NO WOMAN rOMIYf HER
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