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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 28, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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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:
October 28, 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:
UF00028362:00431

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Preceded by:
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F Results r In Pair's Conviction Nov. 16-18 In JacksonvilleTAMPA

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MIAMI---Pleading guilty for the shotgun-holdup slay- -- The twenty-third Annual Convention of the
ing of a 62-year old Miami grocer Iferven .Lee Scott,
will
Florida State Conference of Branches, NAACP con-
29, and Evan James Hughes 22, wire. sentenced to life 0 .
b vene in Jacksonville, on November 16 md will last fprr
in prison terms by .Circuit Judge Irving Cypen last., three days Rev. A. Leon Lowry State Conference Pr'esident -

week. ,.... .. S.---
.F .. ? announced this week.
1 I _. _. _
r ; The Convention will begin -
t 3 It was disclosed duringthe ([Scott was arrested in i ._

trial that an inten- with a special meeting Ex Klan/ Leader's
Charleston
I' S.C.and -
sive investigation by .. ., of Ministers and lay religious -

rit: \ Miami Det. Fred Ebron of leaders from a- Suit Is Denied

\j the Armed Robbery Detail, n cross the state discussingthe TALLAHASSEE Former

ir-- d. 1 finally paid off several various ways in which Florida Ku Klux Klan's

months later after"eyery the Church can aid in Grand Dragon Bill Hen-

lead had been checked! bringing complete freedomto drix' suit seeking closingof

thoroughly. all Americans. the state's public

The incident. ,occurred, last Chairman of the Church schools until the people
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Committee for Florida during decide by vote.ether
ISAM' BAKER 53, (insert) was arrested for the eleventh time in ten years for Bolita, might
]activities last Saturday by Miami's Chief of Detectives D. E. CaudVll and four ry ,1'I' 196its the Rev. J. : the"schools ,should t. ..r. l

other officers at Baker's 1036 NW Ave. operation. Lawmen seized Baker, a large amount LA s f$5"t B. P. Williams, Rev. be integrated or segregated

of Bolita slips, equipment and $199.36. While raiding officers were in the Williams is also presidentof was denied the state

house, a 10-year old boy came in and asked permission to play 30-cents on number 3ts w the Jacksonville Branch Supreme Court recently.
13. Officers said the child seemed to be familiar with the place and said he was ? +< ? NAACP. Arguing that the people

sent by his Aunt. Baker made bond on the same day but-DO date for trial had been
The youth and senior placed the segregation
set when the Star went to press. Property Custodian jplm W. McLaughlin is shown r
Branch sessions will the Constitution -
con- provision in
with the evidence TJ _
yaY r4. vene on Friday and con- Hendrix supported -

IB Shaw Believed First Of Race ,Seeks Removal. t- ..rfem. MERMEN LEE SCOTT ;. tinue Throughout Saturday, his contention

01 Cas. To N.Y.C.Jo. q r through police channels, November 17 and 18. All that'no court has ruled

ITo Campaign For School Pot !. ... Miami police officials sessions will be held in that states must operatea

A man wanted here for returned him to the city. the Masonic Temple, 410 public school system.

armed robbery, and'presently Ebrom, meanwhile, knew Broad street.The Asst. Atty. Gen. Ralph
What is believed to be a 'first' for Negroes in Duval similar ..
serving time on a '
who Scott's accomplice was, office for
Er state NAACP Odum who argued the case
occurred here
county Wednesday'when Atty. Leander J.
0 charge in New York, has
Shaw and as soon as Scott was- announced that two of the for the state contendedthe
Jr. qualified
a candidate for the Board of
askqd that the Jacksonville
1 School Trustees in a last minute entry. r picked up and returned,' speakers will be Rev. Lowry Supreme Court has no

.' I P .he arrested Hughes. who will "Keynote" the power to close the schoolsor
.
Shaw was Joined by two -
it was through the cooperation conference on Friday night, to order a state to
candidates W. Sperry Howard University Schoolof .
JAMES
her EVAN HUGHES
of Sgt. J. Av and Clarence Mitchell vote on segregation.The .
lee attorney, and W. Law and graduated in
Cruz Jiminez
Jan. 18 at DiLucchio of the Miami Director of the Washington attorney further '
(Dub) Clark of 1072 1951 with .an LL.B. degree.Mr. located at NW. 6th
grocery Police Department that a.
Road.Wednesday Shaw served as law Bureau NAACP. Mr. stated that the issue in
jyington Street.
22nd
and
Avenue Florida Star represen- Mitchell will speak on question is up to the
's deadlineLEANDER clerk in the office of revealed'that
.4 .- Trial testimony tative was able to talk Sunday afternoon at 3:30 Legislature which has j
Judge W. S. Diuguid_ St. entered
Louis, Mo. prior to coming the two men with Detective Ebrom andto p.m. not as yet seen the importance -
I the grocery and Jiminez. receive first hand of ordering a
to1Florida where he became
1 grabbed his gun when theintruders information concerningthe statewide referendum.
flaw Shows Slated
assistant professor 0 announced that it Top i
at Florida Mil Uni- case.
195760.in was a hoj dap The trial also broughtout Local movie goers are in starting Sunday. Sinatra
versity from
he entered pri- In an exchange of fire that the 22-year old for a treat starting this will lead an all-star castin
1960 F
was and.
with Atty. Jiminez killed 'Scott had a criminal record coming Sunday when the the current hit, "Devfl
-S vate practice
here and RE.DUIE LEE .ILSON and the robbers fled. dating back to 1952 when Strand Theatre will feature at. 4 o* clock."
Earl M Johnson = ,
ir'obDery cnargea be ar he was arrested for bur- the 'Big Show'

is presently the law firm affiliatedwith of Jackson fraignerf'in New York City.. TIP PAYS OFF-. glarly in Atlanta and sentenced -' starring Esther Williamsand Florida Star

Freddie Lee Wilson, charged Meanwhile. Det.. Ebrom>> was' to a term in a. .Cliff Robertson. .

and Shaw's Johnson.parents are : with t&:;NOT. 11. 196*: carefully checking every :Juvenile home. I' A t the Ritz. Theatre In- Every -fcMAACP's

Atty. :arced robbery at the First lead no matter how minute; His record revealed al. -

--- members professions of the, his teaching mother Federal Savings and Loan in his effort to find the series of crimes ranging ; : Top Ootrnjst/ors: 1PSCMOTH
J. SHAW :
Association at Julia and ,
conductto ,
in Lexingtonand killers. Finally: .during from disorderly:
..Hat's. In Ring having taught father is dean of Adams Sts., is serving a his check of all known vagrancy and driving

or qualifications brings his 24! to 5-year: sentence for criminal and crime hang- without a license in Fort La
school at
_'p 15 the number of can dilates the graduate AMY University.Mrs. the Feb. '8, 1961 robberyof outs, a woman persuaded an :Lauderdale, Cleveland,, .
Florida
who will seek two the empire City Savingsin informer to tell Ebrom Ohio, and Charleston S.' Co .
Shaw is the former
ear terms for the three-, New York City._ what be knew about the case. Hughes it was disclosed

lember board, beginning Miss Dolores Donton. U.S. Assistant District On May 26, Ebrom's 'information had been arrested in 1957,

ran. 1'Shaw daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Atty. Donald C. Lehma led him to a car .for disorderly conduct.. : 'rw -

31, wa's born inxington William Robinson of New stated this week that such! Second .MEETING
Barked Northwest PLANs '
Va. lie received York City. transfers are authroize wherehe ,". ---- ---.*. -S
) Avenue and 12th St. --
They have one saw. Leande All residents i the ,,..
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Is primary: and secondary: only when the Defendant!, raised the hood of the -

_ jchool: training there be- ,i11aged- ,nix weeks. indicates that he' will parked car and found the Magnolia Garden residentialarea ; :; IS: ,

j ore',taking further study plead guilty Not-guilty gun with a bullet hole in are urged to attend the

If lest Virginia State wile li Cl 8rfn .. please' are-accepted only( the stock where the bullet important meeting slatedfor '':

faliege' institute. lest here the crises' 1'e cdamitted -1 Monday night, Oct. 30' qi =
D.Ik from Jiminez gun had become -
v&. where he majored in ,Maf* .he_ stated.- __ 'J lodged. The *
IFstory 'and: political Ohio and found Lutheran Church. i
: coroner'sut7 John- tag was
OVIEDO A jury resolved that 1 Main tic for discussion
(science. He graduated with that the Bother of one, of,
Was'
cleared
Mrs. death Justifiable '
|] Monday. .son's i 'will, be current water
Ian. A.B Degree in 1952 and one of the fugitives' resided ----
(Amanda Johnson 38, in the, :homicide.Mrs. 'rates Frank
in Korea from 1952- there. controversy ) '* When the NAACP's chief legal counsel, Atty.
settsas commissioned katal shooting of herhusband. : t Johnson. said- sh H&flpton, one of the committee Thnrgold Marshall was oa&ed to a New York Court of

: with the U.S. Aray.: '. Phillip tmsoak., shot. her husband with a FUGITIVE IS AWB5ISD members stated., Appeals Judgeship recently by President Kennedy, his

t officer p4. here last night. t.22 calibre pistol daring : Hampton Is requesting .aiat ant. Jack Greenberg Kssumed Marshall's post, and

Following his discharge I impaneled by Justice of :a float 18'her fie it The next real break in 0, aV least one representativefrom Atty.: Constance Baker Rowley, stepped into Greenberg's :
!
:fro service he entered: (the Peace Ha* DsBoaa. toe was revealed., 'the case case about when: every: family: in the' former_ 'position.. .,. :. ,....,\. .ot, < "'?. '.
is \\ i'
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.. ERIC O. SIMPSON
'I: Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.

"Member of ,Associated Negro Preu"L
-- ; .' iji I State Department SlatesTo M _

I. ERIC O. SIMPSON.......-......_.......................... ;.M nallnl Editor

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HILDA WOOTEN..........................................arculaf on Manager iI ii I
,.'" ,J .. i are determined to do everythingwe
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rk2J IIj we open up the channels of opportunity to
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561 Jacksonville 1, Florida I 1 .
P. O. Box These were the words ortance to the

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FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561-JACKSONVILLE 1.FLORIDA of racial discri
; relations organiza- tion and that "o 1

\ \ tions. Rusk had invited the first thing
)'.'t.f them to Wash- must do is ensure

PERSPECTIVE ON CRISIS '... _/ .' ,- t :.r.,1Y.,. ington to help the .our won Departmenour
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President Kennedy's Chapel Hill address placed ..' '. 0 xxI/. i launch a campaign to "
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in somewhat more sensible perspective the great I ;.1t't: f 1.-M"t'i.. ..;, recruit more quali-
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that confronts Americans: How shall we t.J ,_ r .. .t).. .. :fied
question ..h... .Co. :S'."'1. '.}. ":'T r. ..,.".....,.t'- ," minority group nitude of the pro
conduct our national affairs at a time when the .t. \j: ,. .: f !:.' 1t1' t:1: personnel.Rusk Pollack De:
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is the brink of disaster? Among \ .,. \;?. : 1\1):; : .. ... .\ I. .'J. ...1...'<- ...JI.-.=_.1.- '...., ,,, '
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poised on I i': ., ....;. .1't}, .:l"f-l."' 1.4'i"'' .,...! :..'..':.;:, .. ;:t.."....,.! 4.r / \' told the group Assistant Secretar
I other things, the President effectively quashedthe :!. J..' .. j.} -I.l/r', ..t: ,.t :( i: j. .,...;.;? .. .J { State for Personn r
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solution is to be \ .. .
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belief that & ;
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commonly : \
hite i"
the black-or- slogans so .
I'1 .... ',) t..l \t.": !'r : : ::.r "; : ," .i. ; .. t: I..dti J'.. ..::1 'ie Department has 4,
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r Kennedy does not, as some of his opponents .....: +.',... :/' :, ... ;;' ; 'r '.i'4 1 .. .cl.i. .. ; strongly that '
Mr. Jw ;. : ; : civil service emplo'
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'M have charged, advocate a policy of yielding and '! I.S 10 .'. .,,!:.;.M.:4 A'.j': : !' '' .,.,i.." ::- ... rl..... "..'.. .... :.. ,:.I"U-r .. ..' ,.. ..... \r.t. .: .. 'y +.. 1 ; American personnel of whom r, 064 a:
yielding to the threat-laden demands of the m t.(* a i1 ti. ;::1 :tl ;b'\Jt'.rit vl :i1r. .' "Q" _J. overseas ought to be Negroes.

\ Communist bloc. Nor does he believe that pro representative of all However, he sai
j iNFORCEMENT OF THE NON DISCRIMINATION LAW BY THE GOVERNMENT WILL STOP HIM.
be made by the simple act of "stand- .
gress can -..- the American people, 85 per cent of t
ing firm" and refusing all substantive ne .; and that is not yet : Negroes are in t
gotiation.The bottom ranks (GS 5
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chief executive called rather for a the case to the extent -
policy Your Weekly lower) earning $5,
of firmness blended with flexibility. that we would or less. The high
"While we do not intend to see the free world 0 like it to be. ranking Negro ci .

give up, he declared, "we shall make every Horoscope Guide : He said that one I service employee

effort to prevent the world from being blownup. 0 reason the Departmentis : a GS 13 ( in the $ -
This is the crux of the matter. We share WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR seeking bright 000 to $12,000 p
the President's faith that if the nation acts bracket) .
maturely, and with 'willingness to face issues : BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL young Negroes to take The top civil serv

as they are, not as we would like them to be," the Foreign Service bracket is GS 18 w
then the holocaust can be averted without crip- :I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER examination and com- annual pay of $18,5

pling freedom or tainting honor."Faith" !. .. petent, experienced Pollack also said
is the key word in the sentence above ARIES I Negroes for appointment estimates based o
There is no guarantee that this can be achieved, Born March 21 thru April 19 strain. You can act with .bitions 1st 2nd, late to middle and 'head coun t" in
but this is the premise on which we must act. profit to yourself and 5th 10th. Solutionscan I! cated that of 3,7
If we insist on "total victory" in Berlin A new cycle is heraled, the members of the come..from above. if high-level jobs is Foreign Service

and comfort ourselves by mouthing such slogansas and this should give ambitious .household, on the 1st, you are receptive. Curb that the Departmentis ficers, 17 are Negr *
"Better dead than Red," thus putting aside Arians the long-to 2nd 5th and 10th. The useless expenditures, I. faced with a serious of 1,140 Foreign S

every possibility of rational compromise, we 'awaited opportunity days when the deceptive and reinforce your e- shortage of vice Reserve office.
may end by assuring not only the death of locate th-e kind O.f position influences are prominent, conomy 5th-6th. talent. 3 are Negroes, and
I
countless millions of individuals but also the or career that are. the 3rd 5th and 6th.' 5-40-99-18-87-549 j But the State Department 3,527 members of tf
cataclysmic death of the civilized world. suits their characterbest. The cycle that is begun CAPRICORN ,Foreign Service Stsecretarial
also has
a
Should decideto
you on. the 8th confirms Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 ( a...
0 try it, you will undoubtedly that you must relegatethe selfish interest"in clerical ) 38
discover that past to limbo, whereit Resistance is bound to j seeking more qualified Negroes.
McCone is being attacked some quarters as it is filled with hidden belongs, and start stiffen when you apply j Negroes Rusk Pollack pointed
not the best man to head the Central Intelli Pitfalls' a.ndth at thinking' in terms of too much pressure. You i said. He explained: that past racialcrimination d

gence Agency.. But since no one seems to know nothing but frustration the future. are fated to get to your I "The biggest single is n
what the CIA does, how can anyone say who's the. is to be gained for your 630551242635VIRGO destination as long as the sole cause of .
best man to do it? 0 pa ins. The lack of you pursue your patient !I burden that we carryon paucity of Negroesthe

understanding or will- endeavors, and place i our backs in our professional se|
Born 24
Aug. thru Sept. 23
.
t ingness on the part of each stone firmly in :' foreign relations in vices of the Depar

your mate' or- 0 t e rallies The world does not place before you take I the 1960s is the pro- went
The office gardener says that any man who burns may acts formId- stand still. The individual up the next one. Another blem of racial discrimination He said that of
leaves instead of piling them on a compost heap, able barriers. who does is big monthly event will i here at students from pr
is a fellow without a sense of humus. 390771972379TAURUS really going bacKward. be the passage of Jupiter dominantly Neg
home. There is
into your solar 2nd I justno colleges who took t
Favorable planetary
about it.
Born.April 20 thin Mar 20 configurations should house. Your best days question Foreign Service Ex
A second, but not less to the for hopeful and long- s 'We are "dealing with in December 1959, n
Khrushchev new proposals for settling the open your eyes range planning are the J forty or fifty new one passed. The exam'
still sound he wantsto important: event than opportunities that could late nation is
Berlin dispute as though I 1st 2nd 5th countries that have be- given a
,trade an apple for an orchard. the passage of Uranus be'hoveringround you 7th and 10th. f. comd independent since scored without knpf
into your solar creative let 2nd 5th and 10th. a4
7-30-55-11-58-735 19 45. and we are ledge of the raced
house, is the entry of You may have to face up the examinee.
living through a decade -
AQUARIUSBorn
mighty Jupiter into the to your problems, and of readjustmentof Administrators of t
that there's wide- vital solar 10th house make up your mind to con- Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
Some observers suspect a the relationships predominantly Neg
spread effort to get Americans to accept the of career and worldly quer them. J.. between Western Europe colleges were ask '
idea of nuclear war. We don't mind acceptingthe status. 880331663883LIBRA You should not allow I and the rest of the .to help determi
idea--but nuclear war itself is somethingelse 250661457256GEMINI your fears, which couldbe world--a decade when whether the top
again. Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 mainly imaginary-, to '.I the white race and ranking Negro studen t
Born Mar: 21 thru June 21 '. 'Another very importantdevelopment prevent you from exploiting the non-white races have: been shunningexamination t
in the plane- what appears to
,
have
got to reexamineand o
SECOND HIGHEST OFFICE The mills of the gods tary regions is the announced be the chance to fulfill readjust their whether there an
may be grinding slowlyand entry of benigh your lifelong desire. traditional relation- steps the COlleg
finely, but their Jupiter into your solar Make up your mind, lateon ships. should take to bette
The end of Speaker Sam Rayburn's career callsattention output will be unmistakable 5th house, on the 3rd. the 5th to put your "Our attitude their studen
prepare
on a
to an office that is perhaps the most at this time. if of
I The 2nd late 5th and fate, even many
question of this sort
: for such examination
influential after the presidency. The speakerof Do nothing to. provoke 10th are the red-letter the people around you is of fundamental im-
the House, acting either directly or throughhis events, nor to chec.t days of this first may be trying to con-
appointees, can make or break a legislative them either, and you quarter, and you would vince you that you are
program. It was not always thus, though some will find your way to enhance your prospectsof in error 3rd early 5th
eminent men have held the post. the role that fate has adding to your world- and 6th.
One president James K. Polk, had previouslYbeen assigned to you. Permitno ly possessions through 3-10-77-14-96-317 "
speaker, but the office has otherwise not one to influence or discreet channels and .
led to the higher position. Henry Clay, whose confuse you and follow confidential occupations PISCES
10 years as"speaker held the record till Ray- the bidding of those who Born Feb. 19 thru March 20

burn came along, failed in each of his .three are in charge. 1-20-88-17-54-128 Jupiter furnishes the

presidential races. James G. Blaine.VThomas. 4-60-44-15-25-464. SCORPIO second highlight of the
B. Reed, Champ Clark and John N. Garner all CANCER Born Oct. 24 thru Nov 22 month by moving into .r
though only Blame'got solar 12th house,
aspired to the presidency, Born June 22 thru July 22'As your
as far as the nomination. Another major event on the 3rd. Allow your-
The power of the office began inlbSawneni_, 1 the changes that that makes this month self to be influencedand
Reed took over. He ended the practice of con- seem to be in the air such an important one in guided by those who ;
gressmen refusing to vote so that there could are due to take placein the lives of all Scor- are sympathetic with

be no quorum, bu counting all actually in the their own time and pios, and to most every- your aims and aspira-

House when the vote was taken. He also used place, it seems advisable one else, is the passageof tions 1st 2nd late
the office to jam through party"measures that for you to adoptan ponderous Jupiter 5th and 10th. Those of
: might otherwise have failed. attitude of watchful into your solar 4th you who are slated to : 1
Though Rayburn and Joseph G. Cannon were both waiting.' Good dates house. The special days make the trip to the
: picturesque, Reed was the most memorable. He when your judgment and when you are in excellent alter could not have
could destroy an opponent with a phrase, as in feelings may combine to and benign con- made a better choice _
his observation about a colleague, "Every timethe provide excellent counsel tact with fine planets' than the 10th for the

honorable gentleman opens his mouth, The should be the 1st, 2nd. influences are 1st, great event.
; subtracts something from the sum total of 5tb. 7th and 10th. There 2nd. law 5th and 10th. 2-60-33-15-92-263
human knowledge" should be a tremendousurge Cultivate the friendshipof -----------

to create somethingout Idealists. HALLOWEEN FUN
0 of the ordinary, 8-70-H-13-21-971 Let' children make their 0 1400 WRHCFEATURES 1400

: and you should not SAa1TTARtflberm own masks, costumes, and
; ind the suppress it because of : Nor. 23 Jbra D ec. 21 games for Halloween par- -
: .strength inner fears or pressur*. Tbis first quarter contains ties. Plan sheet 506 (25)
7-10-22-11-78-712 the major opportu- gives loads of imaginativeideas KEN KNIGHT

t for life. I.M nities to take a con- for inexpensive shown fun,. -PRESENTING
your B.. Jrfy 3* Ifau.kug. S3 structive view of your including"spook-race"paper masks game, KNIGHT TRAIN
There are excellent existence and accom- and above. "bird-in-cage", costume. 8.0 PJC. 13.1 NIGHTLY
opportunities to make plishments. There is Address this newspaper c/o SWEET CHARIOT
i chaSges of a very significant opportunity to apply' Service Bureau, 200 E. On- 9:10 to 1030 MONDAY tfcrtt FRIDAY
RELIGION M A..CWfLR.Wa .and profitable t your ingenuity and pull tario: Chicago 11, lit Ask BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
0 mature, but this may t all the strings you find 'for free listing of more than 10:30.12 MONDAY thru SA'l'UBDATFLORIDA

:'(WORSHIP TOGETHER. THIS WEEK also entail serious ; within reach, to achieve 500 other What-To-Make
problems and nervous ; jour Long-desired am projects.

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i Holds First Weddino Befls,
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Application for Muriage'LIcen.ee

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.. .-. .- .' The Vie Liedo Ladies .
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Bridge Club held its
.J. initial meeting in the Arnie Wid man, 1411 Pearce
I beautiful home of Mrs. St, 76 and Orrillious Burney,
LOUISE G. GVZNYARD Annie M. MCIntosh with 1411 Pearce St., 55.

s S S Mrs. Aria Peterson ser Victor E. Burt, 5352 Cord Ave..
18 and Ella M. Jones 2753 King
The Community Chest-United Fund Drives continues ving as co-hostess. A Cole Dr., 17.Raymond .
delicious baked has dinnerwas
at a, rapid pace and Mrs. Etta L. Brook"_Is__ proriding served. Mercer, 1064 W.State'
:dynamic leadership for chairmen of the : Members reported having St. 23 and Betty J.: Hayward.
1064 W. State St, 19.
various divisions in her charge.Mrs. had a wonderful 'sumacs -- -
Wilson Baker Mrs. Everett Grant. 'traveling, resting or : :-t '_ Earl Barnard, 45 Argyle Lane,
Ashville, N. c., 24 and Renea D,
Mrs. Russell D. Henderson, Mrs. Janie attending summer school. Perkins, 1731 W. Union St, 22.'

Ford, (T8. Hannah Harris, Mrs. 'Gladys 'Mrs. Bernice White reported 1 1r.4I
having a grand time Calvin Smith. 1557 W.33rd St.,
Lott, Mrs. Corine Jones and Mrs. Nadyne
in California.
While Mrs. 19 and Geneva R. Twiggs, 1573
Massey are just a few of the workers who Aria Peterson visited re- W. 34th St. 18.

are making contributions helping to put 'latives on the east I Robt. S. Quinn, 921 W. Monroe
the drive over. MRS. ETTA L. coast. Mrs. Gloria Bar- St 76 and Marguerette L. Edwards .
BROOKS ton and son visited. L1i. I 921 W. Monroe St., 41.
HEADS CHEST' DRIVE
.. Mrs. Deloris Jones and % : Gilford Burney, 2168 McQuadeSt.
Aaong bridge clubs, making contributions, Les Elites 67 and Minnie N. Morris, 1348
attended
have made a little slam; The Gems and The Zenith Ladies Edward Mary Mitchell Waters College. -. I k _I-I- Prince St, 47.

have made game bids. I'm waiting for the first grand While Mrs. A. Mclntoshed Robt. L. Berrian 2551' Bethel

slam and I don t think I shall be disappointed. received a maters degree Rd., 22 and Peggy D. Jones, 2551
Bethel Road, 14.
from Pennsylvania State
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After a short business Alby D. Grissom Jr., 2119 Mars
meeting several roundsof St., Apt. D, 25 and Hattie Wade,
328 E. Beaver St., 26.
Television viewers over the week-end were shown many
bridge were played.
Earnest C. Solomon, 976 West
versions of the dance craze that has taken the nation .Members: then departed Ashley St., 22 and Betty R.

bar storm, the "Twist." it is interesting to note for Mrs. Edith H. Davis. Wright, 975 W. Ashley St, 21.
that the wanton movements are being performed in all home to enjoy an old- THE PLANNING COMMITTEE of the Urban League Guild preparing for thier annual variety Caleb T. Hartley, 1312 Causey
show. This is Pantabulous Pro li c' with Lane, 20 and Winifred Holland;
year the guild presenting showgirls chorus
fashioned barbecue, givenon
circles, regardless of social standing. The common 2120C, Mars Ct., 17.
factor ,seems to be the pleasure that the dancer derives her lawn in honorof line s, ar.d torch singers galore. Wm. H. Young, 1754 E. 27th
from his performance. Which reainds me, I thinkI Mrs. Davis sister Skated f1'Oi4-left to right are: Mrs. Azzie Lee Anderson, Mrs. Essie D. McCray, Presidentof St, 23 and Florence Cox. 1224 E.
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Guild and brother-in-law Mr. the guild; Mrs. Janet Johnson, Mrs. Helen Wright. Standing are: Mrs. Helen Robinson, 27th St., 22.
know what the Jacksonville Urban
League
& Mrs. Johnnie Brooksof Arthur J. Pough, 3314 MoncriefRd.
Chorines have in mind for thisyear' s variety show. Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Bertie Arter and Mrs. Clara Austin. ., 22 and Deloris Miller, 3314

Have you ever seen the Katanga? If not, plan to at- Members are Mrs. Inez ( Baker's Photo ) Moncrief Road, 22.

tend the "Fantabulous Frolic" at_ the Duval ArmoryThanksgiving on Morrison, Mrs. Deloris

Eve. jones Mrs. Edith Davis .
Mrs. Annie McIntosh Mrs.
BAY atJULIA
S Ollie Newton, Mrs. Annie .
Butler, Mrs. Annie p.
Mesdames Thelma Argrett and Thelma Solette Small were Clayton, Mrs. Jessie

,guests when Mrs. Hazel Li Hi en thai entertained Zenith Tossie, Mrs. Gloria Barton, : 9:30 to 9 Men. 6rI..
Ladies last week-end. Both ladies received lovely Mrs. Bernice White, Mrs. 9:30 to 5:30 Tuts.,

gifts from the hostess. Mrs. Ruth..Parrott, Mrs. ., 'Josie Ashley, Mrs. Mattie W.d., Thurt. fr $*t.Rtstaunnt .
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Campbell Mrs. Jewel .
scorers'in Op ni Daily
Caudia Burris, and Mrs. Mary Dumas were high
Morrell, Mrs. Aria Peter- at. .:00 A.M.
the. club category. Miss W. Elizabeth...... Jones, Mrs... son Mrs. Anita Garner,
Mary: L. Breaker.ancijs. Evelyn Jasmin were presentfor Mrs. Alice Mack and Mrs.

the meeting. Incidentally, I slipped up last week Mary Mitchell.

and erroneously included Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmin as a

participant at the Zenith Ladies bridge party when .T Zion Hope's
was really referring to Mrs.' Evelyn jasmin. I. hope both '

ladies will pardon the error. Male/ Chorus ..... ....CARNIVAL of VMUESCOME ...

.Slates ProgramThe


Mrs. Erma Word was hostess to a meeting of the Spel- Male Chorus of Zion

man College Club Sunday afternoon. It seems that enthusiasm Hope Baptist Church will
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over the club's project is ,at its peak. celebrate its 11th anni- ONE! COME ALL! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SENSATIONAL

Members present Included Mrs. Marie Jackson Mrs. versary October 30, at 8 t- '. '. .......'....... .,...,. ...' '.. .,, ,.,, ....
:'::':":':{VALUES':':THROUGHOUT THE STORE ': : : ::::;; ;:::: : ::':::': ::':' :;':
Fraakie P. Lang, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver Mrs. Vera D. p. m. in the church audi- -

Wilson, and Mrs. Rosalee' Ragsdale of Palatka. t or 'um.
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Mrs. Emma B. Johnson and -

S 'Deacon W. G. Byrd have

The Iris Boulevard home of and Deacon W. G. Byrd have arranged -
Mr. Mrs. Roy Sykes, Jr.
was the scene of the most recent meeting of Classie a program for the

Lassies Bridge Club. Mrs. Sykes invited Mrs. Lois event. One of the featuresof
the program will be a jEis88N
Avery as guest player.

Members participating in the meeting included Mrs. 75 voice chorus under the .

Sara Wright, who topped the score sheet, *rs. juanita direction of Matthel McCoy, "

'Williams, Mrs. Alveta Allen, Mrs. Carolyn Washington, .with the D and B singersof I i '

Mrs. Margaret Mathis Mrs. Margaret Starkes Mrs. St. Augustine Mt. frs

Geneva Henderson Mrs. Joan Spaulding. yrs. Dorothy Ararat Male Chorus and .

Oliver )Mrs. Helen Toney and Mrs.; Minnie Gadling. Emanuel Baptist Male of toy that wU| gladden the hearts
Chorus. Guest choruses to ether a treasury I unusual and ever- '
S will be Tabernacle Baptist We' e gathered :fabu10us fairy1and of educ tlo f01ks will start
bkVldr( % of girls and boys. AU at tremendous savIng Be here t I
'Male Chorus, Little Rock occaslO ns _
and
I learned this week that Les Pleura Whist Club was Baptist and Day Spring, I i' : popular toys gamCehs.. tmas and other gift giving _
off to a good start, having held its second meeting of 'Baptist Male Choruses. ,o stock up now are at their peak.
the season Saturday in the home of While selections more
evening Miss early $1 00 or
Appearing also will be \P' Values of
Estelle Williams. Mrs. Margaret ,Mathis, Miss Eunice the Rev. S. Andrews of Guaranteed

Coker, and Miss Daisy Gilliard were guest players. .
Allen Chapel AME Church ; : i i
Mrs. Irma Villarin and Belton "
Mrs.- Betty were high
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Rev. B. J. Frazier, Mrs. -
scorers among club'members.
''Queen Aiken'8,-.liss Detra .
Les Fleurs new slate of officers consist of Mrs. Faye :
and Miss Evelyn R. F;
Belcher
Helm, president; Miss Estelle Williams, vice president;
Mrs. Betty Belton, recording secretary; Mrs. Helen Johnson. Guest soloist .
Grimes financial Barbara Walker will be Mrs. Thomasina
secretary; Mrs. ,
treasurer; and Mrs. Cornelia Oree, reporter. Wilson of St. John's Baptist -

Other participants in the meeting Included Mrs Ruby Church. : )

Dwight, Mrs. Juanita Wyatt, Mrs. Doris Scott Ws. j qic3)kt

Dorothy Dunlap, Miss Myrtle Turner, and Mrs. Annette #
Sometimes
Howell.Mrs. a,,
irma' Villarin was hostess to the initial.meetingfor BABY NEEDS A

the year. 3''s .
LAXATIVE, TOOFor

S. S S ever 60 year, mothers bare n : .
Had on featle-BABY EASE."Plet .... ,..: '
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Two guests Mrs. Theresa Frazieriand Mrs. Loretta at totting easy to tire liquid refo- .
Uble-paro"BABY EASE"bring -L. .4 ,z ; .
Argrett. were present when Irs. Leola Powell entertained comfort without bl.ad'BAB

The Kapprettes Bridge dub last Saturday evening. EAST* does not contain opiates 01'IIroq .
lazathre*. Ak druggist
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Mrs. Argrett qualified for the guest prize. for the ndbeial babies laxatiro.

".rs. Eleanor Davis Mrs. Xelia Mitchell, ,and Mrs. ."BABYJFIASE.
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Mattle Montgomery were high scorers aseeg club members. -- x.-, ,:,..'.' .

Miss Vivian Johnson, .IIrS. Marion Plowprs Mrs. Ver- ., ..;<-.;:
telle Simmons, fcrs. Shelley Williams, Miss Annie Ruth '}

present.Brom. and Mrs. Adel pollard. were among other members SAY ,


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The West Twenty-fourth Street home of Mrs. Vena el Mary Frasler Men's Fleece Lined

Glover provided the setting for the recent meeting of AND SAVE Chocolate CoveredCherries ';:: 0

The Charming Ladies -Bridge Club. Mrs. Evelyn Wells I ,
Mrs. Julia Wallace and Mrs. Louvenia Newman were .....*+*

guests.Mrs. I swe9at9ShirLS C Loop Rug

Delphenia Brinson Greene Mrs. Margaret Day Mrs. 37'Regular Box .

Sophia White,.,Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap Mrs. Hortense Brew- ggr I $|00

1n&tons;. BearL, Cohen Mrs. Ooretha Wilson, and Mrs. 47 i Warmth and value. for less .

Lillian Stukes were-'aaong members present. I Delicious assortment of milk than one dollar!Heavyweight
4' and dark chocolate covered '100% cotton, fleece lined, Beautiful sculptured hi-io design .
S. ,S I cherries that are a taste,treat ribbed knit cuffs and bottom. on this 21" x 36" rug of :

For some bridge enthusiasts: love of the game Goodu'sHEADACHE .and you get a full 10 oz. Stock up now Sizes: Small,' sturdy cotton and viscose
package this low price. medium, large. with foam rubber back.
causes them to seek membership in more than one club. 1HEYME ioa. I .
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Consequently: their naaes appear frequently in this PDWPERS .
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column as high scorers in their respective ,
groups.
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''i Church Notes Activititiss .z

:BIRTHS AT BREWgfrKftMr. -
,I BY L. N.PEARSON SR. By Rosa L. Coffie I 4 ,: ak- -

and Mrs. ,'Erne-st !: 0 ; E>
'' Elder H. M. Barker, '
McKnight. 4.29 E. 18th St. '1 pastor of Ephesus Seventh Sunday, Oct. 20, will | '
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mark the beginning of the I .mow
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Girl. ;I Day Adventist Church, 1 ( i r
f Church Roundup Program i ,.'
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sey- : preached a powerful and al I
which will feature
more Box 99, Baldwin i; enlightening sermon on
series of nightly worship
Fla. Boy. "The Lengthening Shadows services at First Baptist j j .
of last Sun- i 4
Mr. and Mrs. Albert;I Armageddon" J. jI y
Church oakland Rev. C.
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Greene, 1212 Moat St. ;: day at Woodlawn Presbye- e h
B. Dailey, pastor. \ -vY a ,
Girl. trian Church at State w. t
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Purpose of the services j .,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes. i and Laura Sts.
will be to strengthen the ;
1044 Pippin St. Girl. l He explained bery brilliantly -
church's and members' re'I I
Mr. and Mrs. James Calla- I the meaning, of.
Tationship and to challenge -
hen 831 Court G. Girl. ; Armageddon, the final I et
each member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ezell Hall ; conflict between the i
church to greater participation -
933 Madison St. Boy. I good and the evil and the '
in the activities _r
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Kil- end of vying for the supremacy -
of the church.
patrick 1518 VanBurenSt. of all nations.On .
I These nightly services
Boy. this coming Sunday--
will end on Friday night, !
t Mr. and Mrs. Willie I Oct. 29,' the church is
Nov. 3. They will I
begin
Walker 475 W. 19th St,... 'i I looking forward to having aa
o'clock
promptly at 7:30 -
Boy. ) our regular minister, i'
each night.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie: Franklin D. Wilson back I Ii
First Baptist has invited -
I Bartley 5746 HarrisSt. in the pulpit. He was i y i
Dr. B. L. White
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Arlington Boy. t j absent from the pulpit oni
[pastor of St. John Bap-
Turner account of hospitalization
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar :
Court I and also for being called tist Church, South Bend, t
6707 Virginia -
... [Ind. to serve as guest 4d. : :
Boy. i out of town by the death speaker. d.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph! of a near relaelve in :
t Dr. White .is one of thenation.s.
1329 Carter St. ,
Wynche .
dynamic speakers.He .
Girl. t of a near relative in
[ now serves as presidentof
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert[ Charleston. S. C. the Indiana Baptist

Pierce 647 W. 4th St. I! Rev. Wilson is known for Ministers and Deacons
ahis
Boy. distinct articulationof i
Convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sing- 't speech, brevit of ser- I 1

leton 2074 W. 14th St. ,. ViCe and winning souls :1 t i t s
L for Christ. I 1 it
Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ealey, I The Senior Choir will i iI ;:'f\\ ;
support the rites for the ...1 L: .
Lee St. '
Ealey, 1323 ,
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Boy. 1 11 a.m. service with C. ., .... : .. .._, : ;;: :
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Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hill, con- e '' '. (
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2242 McCoy Blvd., Boy. sole. The choir will be / -. ; t ::. p"l..._ .!:i-r .,.. :...:;..... ;' ... ;""",,.'.; ,.,-. ,,,"""WJ.t..f"!:,. -' -1t,"... "
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'Grooms. 1476 W. 24th St. :: Jr'. 4.
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Nixon St. I invitation is extended .....,'., .. .-{-
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IMPRESSIVE rites marked the dedicatory exercises which were celebrated_ Sunday morning at the new Saint Pius Elementary
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a } School which is located at 13th and Blue Streets. Led by Archbishop Joseph Hurley 'D. D. bishop of the St.

Augustine Diocese Many outstanding local and nationally known Catholic clergy were here to participate In th impressive -

rites. In top photo standing front row from left are: Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan pastor of St. Paul

y; Father Anthony Kiel, pastor of St. Pius Catholic Churches, both of Jacksonville; Archbishop Joseph Hurley; Very

Rev. Vincent Warren S.S.J. Vicar-General of the Josephit Society and Monsignor James B. Cloonan, pastor of the

/ : Church .of the Assumption. Jacksonville. Back row from left Father Meldon El wood., S.S.J. assistant pastor at St.

Pius; Very Rev. George Didas, S.S.J. Rector of St. Joseph's Seminary. Washington D. C. ; Father Michael Kelley,
pastor, of Immaculate Conception, Jacksonville and
; Father Mortimer Danaher Rector of Bishop Kenney nigh School.

I Altar Boys serving the mass'-are. front row from left: Clifford Paschal, Michael Allison and jay Paschal.Middle

row from, left: Erin Coleman, *J. Paschal and Jimm Brown. In bottom pix. Very Rev. Father Joseph Waters, Doctor of <

Canon Law,and' a professor. in Washington, D. C. I

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ANNUAL SESSION: Meeting in Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in annual session during the St. Paul; Group : .- .

latter four days of last week, the- East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association

wound-up its final session Sunday with its moderato Rev. W. M. Hill deliveringthe To Attend Confab

annual message. Rev. H. H. Robinson was host pastor. Other principal program

participants included: W. G. Patterson president of the District Sunday School Members of the Pas- -: now it's Pepsi

Convention Rev. H. H. Wright, Rev. L. C. Way Rev. Eddie Burroughs. Rev. J. D. tor's Aid' Club of St. .

''Hughes Mrs. Mary K. Heard, director of the'District Ushers Union. The annual Paul AME Church are urg- wi 1 who think -
for those young
parade was held Sunday afternoon. Top photo: Rev. Hill gives annual report during ing .all members andfriends

Friday's meeting. Other photos show other principals. planning on attending -
before. We lead the fall life.
a the Quarterly .Ul 11 Today we're onthego as never ,

.. S/mpipn's Men Conference in PalatkaNOV. LJepsil This is the life fol'lsilight, bracing, c e an-fasfin

Plan Annual Day tickets. 1, immediately to purchase since their ,lnllilllnllUuIlIlIU.( Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please- '

there will be room for t '
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Church's "Steward of the Round trip tickets at I : ;;: @ f.

Year" contest will windup $3.00 per passenger are .' '. -OJ,1 .:,: ''''" '

Sunday ariiernoon duringa now on sale. Patrons I '

3 p.m. program.Contestants may call Mrs. Lavine at J ,1, 'J l'd .I.

now trying 'El 6-3205 or Mrs. Thomas ; ''_,j .
for the vaunted title <
at El 44919. :j

are Otis Limbric : and The bus schedule fol- 1

George W. Califf. lows: 26th St. and MyrtleAve. .

ki\ Speaker during the morning 7:15.m. 13th and : \

services will be HarryL. 'Myrtle, :7:30 a.m. ; 8th

Burney local Methodistand and Myrt e, 7:45 and

\ t wellknown business and Kings. Roa'd and Myrtle II I r
: civic leader ;
j 11kV' 'rr 8 a.m. .
Rev;. A. 0. Burns, pastor The public is invited. 1

:J$ ,' church officials and i .'

members are inviting their ..-
f Observe Annual :
Her mother or her sister? many friends to visit ,

Simpson Sunday for the :Day Sunday \., .:, 1.

BaTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOMQNG HAIR COLOR special program. (
Many of the city 's best The annual observance f I

Whether you want the excitement of a different known talent w.:1 be Women's Day will be hekll I
hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or featured during the sice '
Nov. 19
at Zion Hope Baptist -
gray hair'. .v insist..on the long'-lasting haircolor which begins at,3 p.m. + w

in the famous red package-Godefrpy|. ., : \ Church.

LarieusQ..It's easy to apply,.:and complete'inone : .* Worship; \0fficials for the day

package '.'nothing else to buy : ( :q: *} ; t rq jiiss Florence Nelson,

; !clairman, ; ''IIrS''Lucille
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gttiji.'ig together this ,Lowery; co-chairman; Mrs ..s

1I 'Pearl ie Mae Smalls, secretary -
kARIEY S'Ood.fro '
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BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe ..:....Beating Victim., ..... .
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ALACHDA -- Unemployed father of five children Ernest .

Firms Listed Be ownd Throughout This Publication Are RecommendedAs .,Hahaserr.31. was recently released from J. Hillis
4 in e IstMotherDev'ine
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Reputable And Products. Miller Health Center in Gainesville after
Establishments Specializing. In Services
__ -- __ _______ 1 having suffered from an alleged pistol-
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AUTO SERVICE HOTELS MOTELS ROO. fS."FIESTA' reportedly is still on the local force.

Hahaaery was hospitalized for five weeks. I
t God Sent Healer and Advisor
SERVICE MOTEL ahamery stated that H. Kinsey are the presidents 1 J
HOUGABOOK AUTO :: said
Officer Owens ,
thatthhe All
We Cater To Discriminating Clientele (Mahllllery), f,him. Friends are urged to visit Prayers and Healings Free '
GENERAL'AUTO REPAIR time. Mahamery/was said to Mrs. Morel Hughes Mrs.
REASONABLE RATES-DAY WEEK or-MONTH Are You Suffering-Sick-Need Advice .
Motor Tune-Up, Generator,.Starter and ,,, have been ''ia. a group of Fannie Pirngle, Rosa talker
Carburetor ServiceJ. All Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V about nine ,or ten people.It Mrs. Bessie Acosta Mrs.

No Extra Cost was also disclosed !Mary Stevens, Will, Knightwho See MOTHER DEVINE. She has the God Given Power to Heal by Prayer.
W. HOUGABOOK, Mechanic. that.Mahamery was takento
PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS and are confined in their Guarantees to Heal the Sick and the Ailing, but there is no pity for those
Road EL 43658Jack's on drunk
jail
1361 Kings, .. homes with illnesses.PERSONALS. who know they are in hard luck and don't
come to MOTHER
I 254 Kings 'Rd. on U.s. 1 EL 50938BORY'S disorderly conduct chargesand see DEVINE
., She Guarantees .
,- ,--' :;- was again beaten by to Help.What'OUl'
Body & Repair Shop the officer in the Jail. ,__
eyes Me your no pity for those who are Mother Devtne has fast
MOTEL & RESTAURANTServing His wife is said to have Mrs. Barbara Bryant, herdaughter heart must betteve and offering and do not com received.statue of Saint i
Fender Work Glass Installed release then your heart win convince to be helped One visit to Theresa from Montreal'
secured Mahamery's Yvonne, nephew, that this I* the this
yon
religious healer will Canada. You must touch
Auto Painting {NEEDINGX3426 Fine Foods-:{Bring Your Bottle) from j ail and had him takento Albert White and Rubin been religions looting healer for you There have is convince God's Messenger you that on she earth.is the statue to be healed.

This Weeks Spec/a7/ /-'/; Fried Chicken 75c a doctor and later to the Young, all of Gainesville, I II I
hospital.It MOTHER DEVINE is Located on the Sonthslde on Old St. Augustine Road
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
attended
Moncrief Rd.. EL 6-9356 was aj.sa..x.evealed that the recent. football, Take Baa No. 87 to 4431 Old St. Augustine Road. Home of MOTHER DEVINE.
Rd. game'be t we en FA MU and
a I 7904 Kings PO 5-9503 the alleged beaten has.
'Bethune-Cookman. They reported -
FUEL OILS affected uahamery speech.
Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels having an enjoyabletime. Palms' Of
BYRD& SONS" Spring Hill Baptist Church Jacksonvillea
12 BROAD ST. 635% W. ASHLEYEL
Rev. T. Davis Pastor
p. +r
enjoyed the dance
Everyone:
FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICE. _. .) .-. 4-9493 EL 49105JOHNNIE'S given by the gracious Friday Nile, Nov. 10 .. i

WE SEll Clean and Repair'ALL' MAKES OF& .1_ ______ ..__, ._ __ _. .. Services,Sunday reigned ina Ladies of the Majestic Club 10P.M.-2A.M. '
GAS
OIL and 'HFAT; R$ high spirit with Rev. J. recently at Club Ball

6334, Restlawn Dr. PO -7INDEPENDENT' ROOMING HOUSEALL 5. Shannon as acting pastor'j: Music ,was furnished by ......

.. MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms 'in the, absence. of.', Big Fat Daddy Hill and his

OIL CO. by Day,'Night or Week tor. Rev. T. D. Davis who is group. Everyone is anxiously "Show Of Shows!"

)n vacation. We hope that he ,awaiting next year's Orchid
1
KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY 27 West Ashley St. EL 5-4025
nd his family have an Ball. Ladies I
Mechanic On Duty period.The Featurina
I .,_ enjouable rest

JAMES FAULKNER, ,Mechanic BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS chUrch's youth Department -. HISS TERRIERS 1961-62'

.IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor under the capable Miss Ethel 'Earnes tine c P'e t'7
,
'State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432 O'Neal's Beauty Salon direction of' Deacon J. B. Banks has won the title of I P

Oolson, director, end MrS. Hiss Terriers" for the
FUNERAL HOMES Specialist// In Hair Setting- Barbara Bryant, youth leader 1961-62 teamsat

Styling Cutting Waving TintingFOR have been serving noticeto Gainesville r

Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home APPOINTMENTS CALL the Gainesville people Lincoln
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'IfO TAYLO.R IKE and TDU.TtlKNEB SEN E.K1N'cf '
Mrs. Inez O'Neal what.their youth are capableare
Operator High School.
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Today's StarsIN
1602 W. 15th St. EL 6-2945 doing.We She is a Top
Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. believe that our youth member cf the

1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689 STYLIST BEAUTY SALON I i group is the most activeof Senior Class PERSON

I its kind in GainesvilleThe
-.j HAIR STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING- and was sponsored -
Carter's Funeral 1 Home members and people are by Mrs.
1346 DAVIS EL 4-9911 MISS BANKS
proud pf them.
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE very liable Dorsey. ,
Mrs. Christine Brown On the fourth Sunday in Miss Banks wishes to thank
Sammie L: Davis, L.F.D., Manager 1 1"
November, the youth depart- her many friends, her familyand t pYj

929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4-0546:, RESTAURANTS.. FOODS. ment will present the Choral employees at Sunland ,

.
I Group from Sunland Training Training Center at Gaines- C 1

GROCERIES. : ..IJENNING'S' Bubba's Coffee ,Shop Center. This group has been ville for their support CHUCK J JACKSON SIMS TWINS ,,.LEE DORSEY

heard in previous engagements Following graduation, she. ,.,"
HOME COOKED FOODS Adv. $2.OO Door $2.50
MARKET and everyone is plans to enter Grady 1'1
Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop. '
.seemingly anxious to have
Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. ,
Groceries and Meats OPEN 24 HOURS them return. to study nurse training. TICKETS SOLD AT EBONY RECORD'SHOP ONLY

Fancy Citrus Boxes :617 West Ashley Street EL 4-9701 The Guest. Night, recently .

Bonded and Licensed Shippers _.._..._. J::.. ..""- ':":" presented in the church by .1

'I' Bertha's Bar-B-Q & Restaurantv Choir I. was a huge success.
1767 Kings Rd. EL 5-4278 1
.' Everyone in attendance was
.... __ .. I SOUTHERN HOME COOKING
held spell-bound by the
Opening Monday Oct. 30 1961
DrugsSundriesJerico i STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS beautiful numbers renderedby ,

824 W. Beaver EL 4-9583 the group.GAINESVILLE .
.
Pharmacy, Inc. .. IVORY'S BARBECUE -- Services for DR. SANFORD COHEN .

We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription last Sunday began with Sunday '

FREE Pick Up .and. Delivery Service & RESTAURANT School followed by the CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CLINIC

On Prescription STEAKS, CHOPS, CHICKEN, SEAFOODS 11 a.m. Morning Worship

I." 702 W. Ashley EL 49123MOM'S 5 p.m. YPT Onion meeting 2928 N.
PHARMACIST ON DUTY ._ .. Myrtle Ave. Phone 356-5068
I : .. ,_ _,_.. _,' : with Mrs. Vassis Campbell,
Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Daily. '

951 .West. Davis Street EL. ..,.3-9268. < KITCHENHOME I president.During the 7:30 p.m. devotions -, Myrtle and 20th :Street Expressway .

i-. COOKED MEALS SERVED a song service '

LILLY'S DRUG STORESA 24 HOURS -. 7 DAYS A WEEK and features' l>y the choir

1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-9321 and the sermohette., entitled DR. SANPORD COHENDr.
Complete\ Line of 'God's'Tired of Your Sins '

.
COSMETICS RUBBER GOODS John Place 'YOU had better run for Sanford Cohen is a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic .
Springleton's
CANDIESSUNDRIES Your Life" was pointedly in Davenport, Iowa, and has studied further at the Cleveland College '. i
SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKENand expressed by Rev. E. Brown. in Los Angeles. He interned at the Palmer Research Clinic/and Clearview
Called/ for and Delivered Sanitarium. ..
Prescriptions ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS Urs. Frankie Ayer was "t.... 4,r"
1907 Kings Rd. EL 5-8276 pianist-accompanist. j Dr. Cohen is associated with the Owen Chiropractic Clinic in:Ja'k-, '; -
26J KING AVE. FL 9-9295 There was a large and. sonville. Well trained in his field, he has at his disposal the latest scien i ,
J 'CL tific instruments for a complete Chiropractic analysis. You may consult'" F.-
ANERS'LAUNDERETTES'
MER VON'S PHARMACYFree : appreciable attendance of Dr. Cohen with full confidence and assurance. SUrf .... .. t
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.. i "" "" members and visitors.
Pick Up and Delivery Service- Cavalier Cleaners & Laundry Visitors are always welcomeat Mrs. Cohen will act as receptionist for the Clinic.

For All Your Drug Store Needs our services.The 2tiv
13 Outlets Serving benefit prograa whir Yt.

I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop. Can
was held after ,services Chiropractic Help You?

Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 7 Days a week]! Greater. Jacksonville follows: _
Very likely, if there is nervie'p ressure
2735 W. Edgewood Ave. GOODSON CLEANERS 'Iel ome: Deacon Bennett &- CALL us for an appointment .We will
Brooks; selection, choir;! r' I make a pressure pattern of Your..svine.
Phones PO 582-PO 5-9267 reading. Mrs. Catherine- t '. '.'
Pick Up and Delivery 2 'Locations : 1 ? 'r::
I I Brooks; 'solo Mrs. Athel J. :: How Will It T k ? > '.-;"
4956 CLEVELAND RD. ..........._.._.._...PO. 4-9214 :: ... Long .o e ; _
Wims Bible recitation Miss .t "
;
WILLIE SMITH STORESDrugs
1056 POWHATTAN ST. ........_.............EL ,4-0047 Clairnell Brown; offering 4 :.... An average of from sixHo'eight
'I; z C. 1
Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts .. I Deacon Sammy Campbell and : : weeks, in extreme cases may \ relieved in few ''
MISCELLANEOUS many are a .days :
Sundries and School Supplies .., Frank Downing; solo. Mrs. ;., .. ::..

601 WEST ASHLEY STREET EL 4-1380 Ebony Cab Co. .. Rosa Faircloth; announcements { How Much Will It, /!COSt-?./' .
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clerk; solo D. L. f-tw. :i ; .
1230-1232 FLORIDA. AVE. EL 6-9762.. Announces New Rafts a Shumaker; response, Mrs. : That depends on each '"case'., cost
I
50c ZONES TO CITY FROM: Viola Brown of ocala; tt is nominal when compared4witht 'conventional

IMPERIAL SUNDRIES .... .ibault.,};fts., Cleveland Hfj.. and New Floridale mistress of ceremonies ;;.. /. .-. consultation.methods. There is ho charge for

.. nded Outbound from Spires to Division St. Mrs. Vassie Campbell ;
Medicines
Patent Cosmetics '
591'9 MoncHef Rd. Cell PO 5-5547 Sponsor, Mrs P. D. Shan-
All Leading Heir Preparations .
non; closing prayer and
COR: BROAD MOTHER E. M. JONES
& ASHLEY EL 42159KQZY benediction. Rev. E. Brown.

SPIRITUAL ADVISOR On Tuesday at 6 p.m., the

KORNER Service Every Thursday pjn. Women_ s Auxiliary will meet : 5.

intthe church auditorial.Praarer .
SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN ,SERVICE ., _, 432 W. UNION ST. El '4.0269
NOTIONS 'meeting:dll begin at
GIFTSLUNCHES
Clinic Hours
PATENT CHERRY'S 8 p.m.
MEDICINES. BAR
The Gainesville primitive __
c... Mi Dcrvis. B. 465314iL& ;

Mwrief PO 5-9561, & Cpcktail Lounge Baptist Ministers Deacons, ......,. Tues., Wed- FftBeyf
and laymen are meeting at 0 to 12 4l, Movfl
Cordial '
'ATiDNIZE Atmosphere Primitive Baptist Church. 2.-00 Wft. to fc& 'P.NL:

V". \w.2l .Frienc s .. eet The sessioas,:frot .,underway' 1IMa.-9 A.M. to 12Nen ;
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.I.U :'1:1 l.li'o1iTs College Europeans

J :; Football Protest To JFK

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,"f ..- -CORNER fl f ;w1.7! S : : SlatesCollege .Twenty-five WASHINGTON D.British C.- -- J 1.


1 t ____ leaders, including nine
Members of Parliamentand
: By C. PARHAM JOHNSON
the chairman
/ i of the
Itt Grid Slates British Trades Union
"OLD GLORY" FLIES OVER MIAMI telling the t e
world that SAVANNAH Congress, have petitioned
" this grand old country of ours Is the Land of the STATE President Kennedy to

Free and the Home of the Brave when Carley High School r-' $ : free two Americans serv-

I of Dade County; (a white school) brought Into its. athletic : -HomeAlbany ing prison sentences for

program a 16-year-old Negro boy who plays contempt of the House .
t quarterback on the high school team. { Un-American Activities

i CARROLL WILLIAMS, the 16yearold Curley High quarter State..Oct., 28. ., Committee.The .
back, has f +- ( 4j\
so conducted himself around the Claflin College..Nov. 18 imprisoned
school
men,
r :
both
H on aid off the field in such manner as to win the t who are in a Federal
plaudits -AwayAlabama -
of the students L :
as well as the'faculty. He prison camp at Green-
has been dubbed "A AJy r
The football player's football player.; State..Nov.4Clark ville, S. C. are Carl
name
wasn't
given him
a just because he happens to be 1 Y ir Braden Southern integration -
Negro quarterback r College..Nov. 11
on a southern white
high school wcrker and
: football team. : : Paine College..Nov. 24 field secretary of the

THE CURLEY HIGH SCHOOL football team Is all for Wil Southern Conference

Hams and Williams is all for his team. He has not .SOUTH CAROLINA STATE Educational Fund, and

gone on the field to immortalize his name by trying to Frank Wilkinson, civil

be an Individual star, but to play football with 10 -Home- ,, liberties leader and

other players who are out there to bring glory and VISITS JAX: Clarence D. Cbleman left Florida A&M..Oct.28 'field secretary of the
(
honor to "Dear Old Curley High." It can only be Southern Field Division meets L. ) representative for the National Urban League' Morris Brown. NOv. 11 National 'Committee to
I.
done by team play, every man for one and one for all. executive Alexander, center, and junius Bowman, Jax Abolish the House Un-

IT IS NOTHING STRANGE to hear his team mates yelling secretary during recent five day visit here. -Away- .' American Activities

"Lets go Willie ,* Atta Boy Willie .. Committee.
'Co me ou ------.------- ( Photo By Baker) Miss. Vocational. .Nov.4:

it .. Jt Benedict Nov. 23' Among the signers of
"Lets go Willie "Atta Boy lillie" cone on Entertainment- Get I -- the British petitionwere

i Willie.lets ""Willis in turn yells, "Lets_ go big team, I r. _.I I.l.lt: : t- '? 'd..M Together i Publishes Book C LA FLI N COLLEGE E. J. Mill, chair-
From of the
go. all reports, his team mates like him man Trades Union

and he likes his team mates. Coach George Walker likes On Civil Rights JHorneFayetteville: Congress and Clive

Carroll and Carroll likes Coach Walker. Coach Walker Jenkins, trade union

i has not made flesh of one part of his team and bone, ,State.Oct. 28 leader ; religious

of the other. He treats all alike. Paine*..College..Nov. 4 leaders, the Rev. Dr.

CURLEY HIGH SCHOOL OF DADE COUNTY has unfurled the Dumond' new book "Anti- Edward Waters. .Nov. 11 I Donald 0. Soper, R. W.
real true meaning of American Democracy when it ac Slavery: The Crusade for i I Sorensen, and Lester D.

cepted,two young Negro boys, as members of their foot- Freedom in America." The TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE I Weathermead; and authors

ball reception was sponsored by 'Oct. 28-Fort Valley--Fort and journalists Phyllis
team. Without thought of the color of the skin,' j I I
!
the NAACP. Bottome, Vera Brittain
texture of the hair, color of the eyes or racial Valley. j I ,
{ Dr. Dumond C.
was presentedby Day-Lewis Philip
identity, the boys were accepted. Curley High School Nov. 4-Miles..Home .j
: Bishop Stephen Gill i Gibbs, Compton MacKenzie
has not been let
down
selves like the boys have conducted them- i Spottswood, chairman o f Nov. 14-Hampton..Hampton, I! Ethel Mannin Gavin
students
their
deportment has been above
reproach, their character has been the Association's National ;Va. j Maxwell and J. W.
They have unquestionable. Board of Directors. The Nov. 23 Ala. state. Robertson-Scott.
appeared clean physically, morally and .,
men- !
b9 'book is
tally. 6 qty.X{ ow published by the Montgomery, Ala. Members of Parliament
xr+oGOjpr' x University of .I who signed the
l Michigan petitionwere
YES THERE IS ANOTHER
NEGRO
player with the team. His Press. Frank
Allaun, John
name is Donald Raye an end. Like Williams Raye has I The ALBANY STATE .' :i Baird
profusely illustrated ,
given his best to exemplify the characteristics of __ __ t Anthony Green-
a m --- 422-page volume has been wood, J. R. Owen, Leslie
high school student who means to go places in life. Count Basie, world renown band leader, and Hilda Simms Savannah State..Oct. 28Livingstone..NOV. ;
Both boys are said to be good students also. motion picture, TV and radio star get together with Hamilton I highly praised by Dr. 4 Plummer, John Rankin,
credit to They area Posner, President of the well known cosmetic company. The PCS'- John Hope Franklin, chairman R. W. Sorensen, StephenS
American their school, to their parents and the ner Company is interested in using both of these famous personalities I department of history.Brooklyn Morris College..Nov. 11 in filer and Lord
public. They have in future
conducted advertising campaigns. '
themselves so j College and'by Fort Valley..Nov. 23 Faringdon, Member
,
of the
well that Count Basie is starting his
none of the team's opponents have shown new tour throughout the country .
Howe
any and Miss Simms is Mothers who have reviewed of Lords.
animosity or resented their considering a part in a broadway; play. The
being on the team. Posner concern claims to have some revolutionary hair products 'it in the New York press... The petition noted that
THE STATE OF FLORIDA is due International recognition which will be introduced shortly to the public. .j PATRONIZEOUR Braden and Wilkinson hed
for the manner in which they
hare, accented, the cited the
First Amendment -
;Challenge without violence. The good citizens of the Dr. C H. Tobias Sets National ; to the U. S.

state have not brought disgrace to the state with mass ADVERTISERS Constitution in refusingto

mob violence. They have accepted the situation with Is Seriously Greeting Cards cooperate with the
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calmness and with ease. Florida has not entered into Un-American Activi-
the limelight with a low, I d graceful attitude. The III In Hospital Holiday Project/ ties Committee.

state has not moved into the limelight with 'hate-mon-* -
NEW YORK Dr. Channing' NEW YORK---Announcement
gers stirring up racial disunity and strife. They have H. Tobias, chairman t hat
emeri- ; the NAACP has, First
Negro
surged into the limelight with an attitude of a thoughtful '- _. -
people. tus of the NAACP Board of :launched its 1961 annual :

; Directors, is seriously 'substitute ChristmasCard
SOUTHERN, EASTERN, WESTERN AND NORTHEN Governors, and ill in the Harkness Pavil- project was made 4,..- -I. ProfessorsAre
Mayors can look upon Florida as the state with the
lion
of here this
Presbyterian week by Roy
forward look. Not a governor nor mayor has instigated Hospital here. The 79- I Wilkins. executive I :. HiredPHILADELPHIAFor
racial friction. They have done nothing to damage the ,
year-old civil secretary.
rights '
name Florida. They have not publicly incited a riot : 'i
leader Introduced last I
entered the hospital year by
with long speeches of hate. They have not smeared the r 7 the
last week after The Links, nationalwomen's 4 first time, two
a periodof Pennsylvania -
name of Florida in the mud nor have they Bade international -
spectacles of themselves.JUST declining health. club organization colleges have added
Dr. Tobias became chair- and longtime Negro professors to their
A3: WILLIAMS AND RAYE were accepted on the foot- b
of the NAACP supporter, the b staffs, it
ball team man NAACP Board in r was announced
at Curley High School in Dade County, they V
1953 Christmas card sub- by the State
will be accepted by other schools. Don't surprised following the deathof t 1' Oepartraent
stitute plan is the of Public
Dr.
Louis T. Wright. He Instruction.
to hear of it in other sections of the state from time
to time. served until he retired NAACP's most recent 4, e I Mrs. Ruby Jones, a
,
in 1960. He was succeeded fund-raising venture. I graduate -of Cheyney,
ATTENTION READERS by Dr. Robert C. Weaver.A It asks for contributors /, who received her master's

Please Bring or Send Your member of the Association to the Association derree at Temple Uni-

Board since 1943 Dr. :pj the .mdney. ustiaTrij; versity, and has done
Church News Club Notices & Announcements Tobias played an active 'spent 'on Christmas I additional graduate work
.
To The FLORIDA STAR role in the NAACP programup cards. In return, contributors a f r-- rlr in guidance and testing

Early until his retirement.In receive attractive at the University of

2323 Moncrief Rd. Corner 13th Street, a telegram to the ailing announcementcards 4 Pennsylvania, has been
leader Bishop designed by Miss named to teach at West

PHOTOGRAPHS FOR Stephen, G. Spottswood Louise Jefferson, noted Chester Sta de's campus

incumbent NAACP Board free lance artist. demonstration school.Dr. .

EVERY chairman, sent the "wishes The card-, in part, w Alfred L. Perron,

OCCASIONExpert and prayers of the Board reads : I sociologist from Chicago,

and staff for your re- "Our Holiday greeting M1 {and a graduate from

Photography covery. 'card money is being sent ;+ Morgan State College,
11 f1Jk Portraits Weddings Ram 1 to the Freedom Fund of i Baltimore
Passports Eli; Identification PkoteeP&otostsis Your I the_ National...Associationfor __.._ ,"- -lIt '0........,",............signed, to, has been, as-
Negro Newspaper { Lock Haven
$ 00.000 IN RESEARCH AWARDS
; A grant of more than
& Commercial WorkPhotos the Advancement of $39, (j Teachers College.
For Newspaper Cuis Stands, For The Rights Colored People to help 000 given last week to A&T College by the National tFerron received his Dr.

While You Wait Of The Negro People ,'advance the year' round Institutes of Health, Washington, D. C. for the con- master's degree from

Coloring &: Picture Framing ., fight for human dignityand tinuation of a research projects, brings to a total of the University of Iowa
Let Us Take A Photo Of You to aid in clearing and his
more 'than $100,000, Invested in a study being conducted Ph.D. 'degree
,. ,. Relieves i the way for the Freedom I under the supervision of Dr. from the university of
Cecile H. Edwards
:. In Natural Color Riders. We invite you to profes 1 Chicago.
J. AVERY Rheumatism do likewise "- sor of research and nutrition and her husband Dr. -

AVERY'S Mr. Wilkins noted that Gerald A. Edwards, co-investigator and chairman of the : TOOTHACHE
PHOTO
STUDIO
the project netted over A&T Department of Chemistry. Don't suffer needlessly./ Get speedy r..
I67U KINGS ROAD-NEXT TO EWC LI. 4R'P1iQAF & Arthritis $20,000 last year"itsfirst The title of the study is, "Utilization of Methionine JJef with fast from acting throbbing OXA-JEL.paifl!fun of looft"+ ...

EL 4-7695 For' Appointment* IfcousandsTtmve found the most year'ot operation. by the Adult Rat" an Investigation of the utilization I foes money la back.ul seconds.drat Guaranteed stores. "rV'er .::.;0

,soothing relief they have;; of one of the animo acids in protein. I I I, 'UINTS.._

fever known for the pain of
tIS --
SHSDMATISM and ARTHRITIS with.
The fall season inaugurates a
_
JRheoBsnon F.B.S. capsules. x.668. SEND school year replete with athletic

like other preparations contests. Right now, we're in the

I tteaaaon was Bade especiallyto THEM midst of an exciting football season -
J then will
help come basketball,
relieve conditions1
and later on. baseball and track
which Maybe causing the s; IY and field. Your children will

lightens ; skill !agonizing pains of Pheosatisa +c%:, want to see these games and you
brightens -
and Arthritis. Don't wait.' JACKSONVILLE will want them to arrive and re-
f > turn safely. The .best
Don't go on suffering when. '' guarantee .
COACH of that is to send them by Jack.

MAKE54SKIN BLEACHES -you- -Bay- ger such soothing,: I sonville Coach. A coach will, in

co. forting relief with Rhen-: ;k.; YY.: most instances be able to pick

' "OLD FASHIONED"C .canon Ask your druggist; '' up and discharge your children
.
for RhenBaaoB' today. Too I T H E x within a block or two of your

,will bless the day you did home arid the athletic field. For

i Oj! ibut- accept no sv) tJtlltes- L' : SAFEWAY the a low benefit rate of you'll the be experience giving them and
.
there la ao suoatl. te for .. safety knowhow of a courteous
Iglttens dirk s.perf.d I. RDeeMaaoa.liLLY'S'. coach driver. You'll
II y save
'" money
powdst I i too! Why don't send
Ij you your

bas, $icJon! i j -;\ yule children Coach to the and games relax.by Send Jackson-your- '

self that way, too ou'll have
{ I I'I1t' : .. JACKSONVILLE COACH COMPANY saved p .
DRUGSTORE = -. enough to go to the game

i j ,;,4l l:' ; ..; ='Thc-Smatftt Folk in.Town RUe Jacksonville Coeeh yourself.Coach Try the Jacksonville
Mij(. ur.ri 01 Pomurs; 'mo 1.t wi IAA RIW Si.rr : c : y-- way today I .
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Michigan State Has Largest Saf Most Valuable Player I BefftufM-Ecfwarcf Wafers Seffo

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football :'" ,.. ,, ><' >Contingent Of Negro PlayersEAST eQ <;; ", Many

EASTERN V ;; :
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By Alyson E. Wise
LANSING The largest representation of Negro Jf;
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football is believed here "
.players in college playing
'PHILADELPHIA 5 1 I" '
talks
In with many Jax sports following that
at Michigan State University which has 15 members on thrilling
the varsity. ., .. NEW YORK 5 1 [;; Bethune-Benedict contest a fortnight ago r ve come to
CLEVELAND 4 2 the conclusion that a post-season contest between
When the Spartans opened and displayed promise as
ST. LOUIS 3 former rivals. Bethune-Cookman and Edward Waters
their 1961 season against an all-around flanker DALLAS 3 3 Colleges would be a 'natural' .
Wiscoryson. MUS consideredone One of the most improved PITTSBURGH 1 5 -However- during- tnese ,
of the Big Ten's top tackles during't WASHINGTON 0 conversations, we heard sports belong to tne tans
contenders displayed seven spring practice was and not to the hierarchy
backfield men and eight Bobbitt who stands 38" WESTERN J) q. both pros and cons regar- whose main concern is to
ding the mythical contest.One .
linemen.The and weighs 250-pounds.Highly a r promote contests on a
schoql of thoughtsomeof
backs are: Ron Hatcher. praised for his L money making basis with-

Herman Johnson Sherman offensive blocking, GREEN BAY 5 1 fr fj .' Bethune these supportersstatedthat were dyed-in-wool out regard to the at-

Lewis, Ron Watkins Bobbitt 25, came to SAN FRANCISCO 4 2 .19Ap:wY tractionpossibilities.To .
the Cats had
Dewey Lincoln, and Earl MSU following army service CHICAGO 4 2 every- the group which wishesto
a thing to lose and would
Latimer. Forward wall and witness a Bethune-
men an outstanding-
BALTIMORE 3 3 face drop of prestige in
are: Jim Babbitt Charle cord as a service player.It DETROIT' 3 3 ;ry-0 k a Edward Waters post-season
its SIAC conference should
Brown Earnie Clark Dick is generally thought MINNESOTA contest their reasoningto -
1 5
they be tripped-up by the
Ozendine Clifton Roaf, that Clark is the best LOS ANGELES 1 5 local my way of thinking-
Lonnie Sanders, Matt Snor- all-'round performer among Tigers.But supports their desires
ton and George Stevenson. the Spartan ends. During SUNDAY'S on the other hand fully.
I I'
let's use the Morris Brown
Ail-American fullback his sophmore season, he oSSSa Check your major-col-
candidate Ron Hatcher isa won a first-string berthon Chicago 31, San 5 $ Wolverines current team as legiate conferences slates
The Atlanta
bruising 220-pound line the defensive unit. A I St. Louis 24. : an example. any week from the begin-
bucker. Sanders agile standout in i team definitely went out of the until
an recoveringenemy I Baltimore 11, ; "f ning season
'
:< of its class in meeting
junior-end from Detroitand fumbles, he also Cleveland 30. .." :{,.,, its completion and almost
Babbitt a junior-' shown brightly-at timesas :: might Tennessee States any weekly contest will
Green Bay 33,
I several weeks back and ad-
tackle from Buchanan are an offensive end. He New York 24. Los 5 R y prove to be a top at-
.ministered a sound -
also starters on the Spar stands at 6-feet and Philadelphia 43, upsetting traction.in .
21-8 defeat
tans' first offensiveunit. weighs 208-pounds. over order to pursue our
N. C. College:>> 0. } the Atlantans.
Lewis, an outstanding Fla. A&M 76. a vat_,';.a..",,-_ ,a Heavilly favored Morris poll as to whether or not
Sparking the defensive halfback prospect came Kiss Southern 20, rookie outfielder with the Buffalo Bisons Brown then clashed with jaxgns wpuld like to seea
platoon are Clark a up from the Prosh squad.He Bethune-Edward Waters
voted the most valuable
MT College:>> 21. League was Bethune at Daytona the
junior-end from Lockport. has blazing speed. The 8. C. State 20. over Columbus jets' first baseman who following week 'and J post season game here
N. Y. and right half back 5' 9' 160 pounder is the were we've designed an opinion-
Vorhees 12, Ed. second. The property of the Philadelphia trounced 12-8 in another 1
Lewis from Louisville Ky. Spartans best breakawaythreatpossiblysince coupon. Simply fill. it in.
Kyi*State 39, the 24-year old Savage was a former.4-letter major season s upset.
Also listed on the first Leroy cut out and mail it to:
Dillard 28, Lincoln (mo. ) University. He also led in Now let s add a bit more
alternate unit which holds Bolden. During spring SPORTS DEPT.,FlorIda Star.
Hampton Inst. 6, hitting with a .325 average. He teaches to this season's records'
first-run key reserves for training, he was voted the Bluefiald, 19, W. off-season. muddle: Albany State whip P.O. Box 561. Jacksonville
the first two are: S nor ton, most valuable player 1. Florida.
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.an end from Detroit; Stevenson during the varsity'soldtlmer' Ft.Eliz.Eustis City 28 12.. Ft. 'Named Captain I Waters ped Bethune added Albany, and; Edward to its (Note: ) Coupon may also

from River Rogue; s game.A J. C. Smith ,.....r-.o.4 I be cut out and pasted toa
.and Brown Pontiac guards husky 6-4. 235-pounder -..:>' 'r:;;. 'r.:' win column.To 3-cent postcard.
and Johnson Plainsfield Snorton is considered a Southern 17. Signed ; I our way of thinking,
Del State 6.
N. Y. and Lincoln Hamtra- capable starter. At Qe- Pis k 21. ,
mack Mich., halfbacks. troit's Northwestern High
Coach Duffy Dougherty 'he won 10 letters in foot- PHiHfcs' 1 Beach f;:" -----BethuneEdwardWaters Game------

said. "I wouldn't trade ball and basketball, including _
I would like to see the above game
Hatcher for any fullback All-American honors; In. NL Philadelphia's
for his -------------------------
I've seen recently. That gridiron per- Johnson the M REASON: -------
A Af
goes for the Big Ten or formances.
Boxing Associ-
else. Fullback Stevenson-. --------------------------------------
anywhere 1irc world's Light-
Hatcher from Carnegie and 220 pounds-is bigger, champion and
: SIGNATURE- ----------------------
Pa., led the Spartans last quicker and rated much P
t Doug Jones of
year in rushing with a 6.1 bettertthan a year ago 3 r.'' have ADDRESS ----------------------
agreed to
average per try with 361 when he played juet 63 w3'w ',-
nns for a title CITY
in net yards. His greatest minutes-enough to ,win his Miami
triumph last season was a- letter. :: : Beach TOW ------------------STATEJacksonville -----.

..
Northwestern when Among the r -
gainst newcomers
Miami
Dundee
he scored two TD' s on runs Brown--5.1 at 198 poundswas -- .r' MR.BASKETBALL., in the
of 51 and 34 yards respectively formerly the Saginaw of will be person of Elgin Baylor,
the
staging
and netted 100 yards Valley's outstanding foot- all-time-great Toward of
for the afternoon. ball player. } 4y <4 announced.Teddy the Los Angeles Lakers'pro Needs A Negro

Sanders a 6-2 192pounderwith Another promising sophmore P' his third de- club of the NBL. was
amazing speed played; is Johnson, who size and chosen captain of the :
his Newspaper. Read
282 minutes last year to weight--6-4. ,210--possesses boaers.'L's had a crown trio of team last week. He becomes the "Florida Star"Patronize
.
win his varist,. He caught the perequisites for an Xy the first member of
four asses for 58 yards excellent backfielder. He won the his race to head a galaxy Every Week. "Star"
stopping Jessie
A" --, in one of the top rankingpro
r Y r+ Feb. 7 in their teams. ,

You'Don't jet ... .,,,_u,'. .___ the vacated .,
: Have to Go to Town to April 24, he' .
PA NC H 0 H defense
Kayo over .

LOW PRICESOn NEW YORK and in August
rera, Ruben Gomez Eddie Cetton. COMING SOON-COMING SOONCOMING SOON,

Allen and 24, has scored
"
I The Fabulous New
Your man head the wins as a "

Phila. ,11 knock-

i DRUG STORE NEEDS players in the placed he his had past kayoed four CONTINENTALBOWLING

draft for the McCoy, Pete
,Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store York Mets and and Von Clay.

Colts new
We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn 1962 senior Youth

These players '
Your Local
PapersWOOrS draftees from S :

other clubs, I
those selected : "
BIDE PHARMACY clubs following :: LANES
'
the recent
1312 KINGS *OAD-ot MYRTLE AVENUE A first baseman :
PHONES EL 3-3397-98 r
lived to
w. 0.Mrtf W. Ato Ml Ml Docion: Prtscrlpttau up
Herrara in 3118 Edgewood Ave.

I PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE league s
SCHEDULED OPENING EARLY NOVEMBER
BILLS AT OUR STORE i last year

miserably in his I NOW ACCEPTING LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP


I
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Teams may apply for LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPSYour

group ((20 persons or more) can reserve permanent .
BACK In quest
S rw 7 YM sixth-world's league time ,now but you must apply early. as PRIME LEAGUE TIMES

3 crown, 41- ARE GOING FAST.CONTINENTAL.

Ray Robinson

F, from- all three BOWLING LANES
: als when he

Denny ,Moyer Ore. FULLY SANCTIONED BY ABC-W1BC-AJBC
:
V N j night in a
televized OFFERSNEW

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THIS" CLOWN NURSERY FOR CHILDREN RESTAURANT AND SNACK BAR

if 1. RENTAL SHOES AND FREE BALLS AMPLE PARKING SPACE

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Allen a $65.
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baby from'
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training
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FLA. BARBER COLLEGE batting average ---------------- --- ------------------:-:.-._

__ ..'. 'Have bowled before?---------
batted-in and 22 Ir you Sgferenee_CAect One
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630, Davis StreetAt he* ....
Coleman was V.tT.. Itfhat was your last known average?,- Men18 LeagueIo -------

At "vesG.I.: Approved Phils at the if .H erect 'What. day would you like -to bowl?----- i.=en'sLeague-----

the. season but What time i of day would you then & oaeD----

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Chips Off The Blocks I I Attends:_GCollege_ I Ii THE

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E Myrtle Ave ond Adorns Wione 4-1468 i
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We ,are still groggy from all of the happenings of the F' z:: 1 By Ellen Jacobsen ,

last week-end. The BCC-Benedict game and all of the i .1 Hot Shades, Lively Patterns
ensuing festivities went over .with a bang. We all hada r ; : '; Make Colorful Sportsman 196 MULLET LINE
Ladies! who would have MEDIUM MULLET .Lb.I 10c
happy week-end. Jimmy Huger started things off with you -
his annual soiree for the representatives of the your menfolk on the fashion A beam I have hot news for you. LARGE
MULLET at 29c
Steady .
various media. As usual ifrs. Jessie Fears outdid her- After three decades of basic
self in preparing the repast. We guests really enjoyed styles in grey, blue and brown, SALT MULLET 29c
everything. Ken Knight is supposed to be on a diet 4 { men's 'wear has suddenly come Flash Frozen MULLET ROE .Lb. 79c_
and all of that ,sort of stuff but you should have seen alive to the feeling of color and
the flare of design.
the pile of chicken bones near his plate. Cloudy skies- The new Toncho" tail design Shellfish & Boneless Dept;
sort _of kept a few folk away from the game, but those was liberally sprinkled through.out SHELL OYSTERS-.
.
who braved the elements, really got their money's worth.It a .the. new collection.. f With That "Tang-of-lht-W Flavor ... Bushel $5.50 i

was good football all the way. The press box was t Special Oyster Knave ................... Each $1.50
predominately Bethune-Q) kman. Some of us-NOT AL lIfE .:.... STANDARD OYSTERS-Strength Giving Stew Pt. $1.25
sort of secretly hoping that Benedict would hold STR SundayThru
were SELECT OYSTERS .....................Pint $1.50
the lead. FAIIU was represented in the pressboz by erH Saturday

Hansel Tookes and Ro 1 ert Mungen. They were gettipg % jl CRAB Sanitary SHELLS Aluminum... ................Doz. JOe
good look at what to expect last weekend. The Rattleradrubbed Box of 100 for $2.55

the Cats -76-d. w )iiF CLAW CRAB MEAT ....................Lb. $1.10

Happy birthday to Alberta Nelson Barbara Reed, j WHITE DELUXE CRAB MEAT ...........Lb. $1.25

Johnnie M. Mitchell and Willa Dean Wells. Barbara had COCKTAIL LUMP ... ... ............. .Lb. $2.00
birthday party that lasted for two days. The first day
CRABCLAW FINGERS-Pasteurized .......Can $1.30
was very formal but the second day they had an old- f O. _ScaOE colom..ocWxt 'I FROG LEGS ._.......... ..........Lb. $1.25
fashioned crab-boil in the backyard. Walter Koon, Pins Co-Hit, I Ifir' Ir SEA SCALLOP* Free from Bones .........Lb. 69e
Azzie Lee licFarland and Jimmy Jenkins were just a few
LOBSTER TAILS .......... .............Lb. $1,50
of the folk who enjoyed the action. Bill Hodges of 1
Daytona was Barbara's house guest for the weekend.The ,
Youth Council did not have a full house at the .' ) I Ii"
dance last week, but it was still a success because of ,I' :
2
the advance ticket sales and sponsors. They extend. i : i :

their thanks to all who helped. '::, .,: ,.-
Albert Crawford the wonder is back in town. Roosevelt Sunday
boy ,
JAX MAJOR Levi McIntosh Jr. son of Mr. & Mrs.
Crawford has been in Atlanta for a spell. He is dab- Thru Tuesday
Levi McIntosh of Jacksonville is now attending .".
bling in offset printing as well as photography. He ,-'It> Disney r A
school at Gibbs 'Junior College here in St. Petersburg. ,
intends to be around for a couple of weeks. #Ii .
Good news for persons who like good food. Duck Davisis McIntosh, a former Boston University and Stanton I i (dI.A .. : .

back in business. Duck has opened "The Inn" on Senior High School student, is majoring in' physical mlhdiJ -

Jefferson Street just off of 8th going toward DMC. He education at the Junior College. -, s _*,

will feature that delicious pork bar-b-que sandwich Levi, residing with GJC Business manager Richard C. ( ,i=
which "lama" Duck made famous. Bill Linwood is plan- -P. *
Smith has been labeled as Host for African Students.The 11T.
ning to open 'up in the gas business within the next -And- v q.
week or so. We will fill you in later. Junior College has two African students from Mrtro-Goldwyn-Mayer..... -
Mairobl Kenya and they reside with MCIntosh who is *" Atut...>rio4uctKM '
Memo: if you think that you can sing, dance or can n
only stand on a stage and look good, contact Essie supervising their adjustment to the American- Way of, Where ; I: 'l iM.

McCray, Janet Johnson or Helen Robinson. They are busy Life. '
tARe" .
trying to get practice plans underway for the big .
Urban League Guild Variety Show to be held thanks- !orEda'. Mordern Advise Us of Yeur Teas; ta C.u..Sup..d MnROCOlORSKYVIEW .i ::. '
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giving Eve. Helen is director of the show, broken :
Health StudiosFor Parties, Meetings Well In
foot et all. sunday Nite Her mother or her sister?
The Committee of Fifty had Lou Ritter and Claude Smith' Advance S. We Can Ar- Thru Tuesda .
on the hot seat at their weekly meeting at Buster Ford Men & Women y BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFULL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR
this week. Smith was surprised to know that Negroes fishing to Gain or Reduce range To Send A Photog ,
Mtt e.r A eiCR tg ruxucioI
really wanted better jobs in his department. He thought Weight Whether you want the excitement of a different
that they were satisfied. How niave can one get? When- Spot Reducing-Spot Gaining rapher.FLORIDA hair shade or want to give new life to dull or
ever the boys from downtown come out this way they Weight Lifting Judo, THE LOSTcONTENENT gray hair .insist on the long-lasting haircolor '
talk out of both sides of their mouths. PO 5-0290 in the famous red package-Godefroy's ;.

The Student Council and the Glee Club of Stanton 3018 N. Myrtle Ave. Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete in
one package-there's nothing else to buy.
Evening School will sponsor a record hop in the school Open Daily 9 a. m. -12p':m. STAB Plus Action '
auditorium on the 27th. John Fleming and Edward Reed Thrillerl
JEODA
18 LOVELY
head up the groups. Commercial Weddings.Portrait's THE UNCIVILIZED I (J COLORS 411
Had a talk with several members of the Hi-Hat Club. Win $245 Cash
They really laid the facts on the line. They admit that LARieuse
Monday Nite.
Ood.froy Mfg.Company 3510! OIiVI St.St.Lou'_.Mo.
some of the members have been a little rough in the past
but they have intentions of straightening up. The group I .
plans to help clean up Ashley Street. They have a rough ROYAL ART STUDIOTELEPHONE

set of rules and have means of punishing those who vio- ii. 4.1894. r
late them. I witnessed a belt-line at their meeting
this week. I went to see for myself and I believe that n.
they really are sincere. So let us let bygones and

past reputations die and wish the club success. CLARENCE SIMON 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE A?"r
Across the street from the Hi-Hat Club a face lifting FLA.: .Y. ;.nYi F -F W
job is being done on the old Frolic Theatre. Rumors "('-

have it that a segregated usa unit is being planned.It .

does seem sort of strang that the "Angle of Mercy" T ?:mS'J \:
rq
would be begging for funds one week and find a bonanza NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER S

the next week. As we said back on the farm, obiviously:
there is a gentlemen of African descent in our winter COAL I PocahontasBriquetsi Anthracite-Coke <"?h r srsC f'k. 4'v 'F'}'

supply of fuel. Some say that city funds are being FREE CITY.WID! DELIVERY
used in the building in some sort of way. Anyway, ;
ILL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO. Abrc: ; : 3xxY: :.S. yi: 4''KYry,
people in charge say that the Downtown USD is for all 1
people and the service men say that it ain't so. Whom 883 NORWOOD AVE. PHONE PO 4-4511

do you believe? :x
Nip Sams was employed by Curtis Taylor as a runner :
.taking care of curb service at the Country Club last .: _
week-end. Nip was put out o .-doors to work because he .. "

laughed at Curtis' new hair; cut. Remember the old
WHEN YOU ABB ILL
oughts-in-one we used to get? That's what he had and ,
You Seek The Bert Doctor j
J
he was talking about dying it red. *' _
When Your Doctor PrMcribw
Albert "Pops" Frazier wanted a brass band at the Get ExperiencedP&ixmadtafts .
station to meet him when he :
came in from "the Series"'the
To Fill Your PrescriptioM ., 1 <<
other day. He told Jerry Nash that he saw several t.,
According To Your Doder'rOrders. '
stage show- and Jerry informed him that viewing TV ina : ._ I V? : 9 -1Ii\
Jn. ,
W. :U* Only -- 4I _
bar did
Brooklyn not constitute a stage show. .
Beet Qualiiy Dregs Ai Dr. C. & BlackProprietor _
John "B.B. Pickens saw the games in Cincy and New -
York. Guess what? John fell asleep and missed most of 1 I iL

several games. When he woke up, he hurried back to the- :
Monterey. 3. REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S ;

Elmore "Crack" Davis: Js looking for his shoes, hats, ;
:
records and shirts. A sneak thief sneaked in and made' DRUG STORE I *

off with all of ELnore s 'Clapps and Stacy s* They: __

'left him the pair'he had on and a pair he had in the 1 1907 -Kings Road ELgte 3-82JV I rti r

shop. Elmore has such a small foot that he is lookingfor A COMPLETE LINE OFr

a person who is wearing shoes too tight.A Cosmetics Bubbr/ Goods Ctfcdlts tadfie ,; : ___

new bridegroom in the. family passed through town, PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVBSBDr _
this week. Cousin Robert Robinson, a transit cop in I
NYC passed through with his bride of a week. Mrs. -- --

Robinson is the niece of William "Bo-9eaver" Calhoun. Special Now: ,.,_. Sizes 20-24-
Things around the office are back to normal-SNAFU as
till Xmas
we said during big brawl number two, the boss is backn 26 Inch .,
'- town. E. 0. Simpson came in town on wings Wednesday e Lightweight
orning and immediately began to make things him. speed and
Have you tried the latest drink? Idella Frazier introduced 4 middleweightdurability

it to yours truly. Its cherry juice, milk and >gin. / The family of physicist Charles E. Harrington. All the Harrington children were
Don't know what they call it but it is cool, wet and r z Chrome trim! Carnation babies. "My doctor, recommended Carnation," Mrs. Harrington explains.
delicious.On lap This milk in the red-and-white cab is the world's leader for infant feeding.
t
the subject .of drinks Eddie Hill is the new orGirl'l

driver salesman for Carling's Red Cap Ale 'and Black' N, N-| Five little Harringtons-and how they do grow !
Label Beer. Eddie is beating the bushes trying to tell

folk about the Canadian flavor and kicks behind the \ (Their doctor recommended Carnation)
Red Cap Ale. Also on the beer kick is Saa Lynch, better '_

half of Irma. Sam represents the "Old Pro" or ralstaff. Yr Daddy is a government physicist I r'L;
MotherisactiveinPI'A.churchand ------------
,
I community projects. "And I'm busiest I
CARNATION'S stay-moist BUNBURGERS
CLASSIFIED SECTION Now-$ Hopi! of all at home," Mrs.Harrington I I
u- admits "with five little Harringtons. I % cup(small curl)undiluted

BOYS I IlE'OSEi They all got started on a Carnation CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK I
88 formula."' I leuIVi = I
MODERN 3 BDRM HOMES 28 I pounds ground beef
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of 10 mothers who feed
Eight out
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EARN MORE Like New. Largerlots I Vt cup fine cracker crumbs /
their babies a Carnation formula say: 1* teaspoons salt I
CASH low Dn. Payment. Bal. "My doctor recommended it." Carnation I V4 teaspoon pepper I
tke Rent. PO -le 5.L is the safest, most nourishing I 1 teaspoon dry mustard
: SELLING : L -gUN REALTY'i SURPLUS GOODS COMPANY and digestible form of milk for baby's I V4 cup finely chopped onion I

i bottle.Ask your doctor about Carna V4 cup finely I chopped green pepper
WANTED ARM -, AVY GOODS STORE tion-the milk every doctor knows.Ameraan I process cheese slices I

awAII SERVICE Beauty "operators & Barbers nJHuDA" OLDEST BUMPUJS STOUC This milk that's best for babies is II Blend ingredients form meat mature; MIL 4Aef K e i

fill repair Venetian blinds are wanted to New Hollywood TOYS nTAMJIMCD 1ttBURPLUB best for coffee, cereals and cooking I into 12 thin 1m ttics. Place each patty on 'IIQuue./ I
hamburger bun half,covering completely.
and guarantee Upholstering OOOOB TAKPAUUMS HAKDWAKC CLOTHINg BHOCB too! Carnation is the milk 'I
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Beauty Lounge 622 W. : you can
Broil about S minutes((6 to 7 inches f tcreamwith an -
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done with fabricsat Mill Asbleyft, Call EL 4-9774. 427 WEST ADAMS STREET TELEPHONE EL S-OC41IflOS u e.lib Vfc the, fat calorke I beat Top each Bunburger with a cheeseslice. CevGasblQMS I

prices. Free estimates on Taylor EL .3-3245 Mr. BMC&IUL P.,. RA 4-5758 6-O242 ,and at % tfae cost of cream.Try.1 I .Broil curls cheese bubbles.
work. Call EL 4-5841 Mr. ; .CteiordvILte 11. P'L.oNA Bonburger.recipe;sfeenra at tight L__ ____________.J
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. .lJrownsville Review I i .b Religion; In The News '


Several activities sharedthe were holding another' Last Thursday and Friday, the Diocesan Convention of
; the Episcopal Church held in St. Lakes Cathedral in
spotlight at Browns- tournaaent but the partici- .
Orlando Florida, registered another 'first' in that;
'
ville the past week. Perhapsthe yh
pants were seeking trophies. ::3 for the first time in the

thing that had"the This particular competitionis 1- history of the Church in

greatest appeal for the commonly known as 'Six America, a Negro was nomi- lye.

students was the volleyball' Weeks Examinations' and were nated for the bishopric.
( .
tournament held Monday and Wednesday.Each k .. a(1' Father John E. Culmer was

which was heldon pupil had an opportunity nominated by Father TheodoreR.
: Gibson, Pastor of Christ
the school- I. to emerge a winner
Church in'Miamiand
Episcopal
campus Friday. ,.. and of course, the teacher the nomination was

Schools parti- happened to be chief official seconded by Dr. Ira p. -

cipating wereBrawnsville and scorekeeper.Our -- ; Davis also of Miami. Fol- FR.. JOHN E. CULMERowJng

ii iiDade Principal, Mrs. Ida is Father Gibson's nominating speech.

Dorsey, North -,, -y_ Ratcliffe, celebrated a : .c>. .... : : I hail with no small measure of pleasure the opportunity

Carver, Mrs. birthday this week. Along B' sr and privilege to place in nomination for

Mays Booker CallowayT. with heartfelt congratulations ,Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida the
name of a dedicated Priest whose shining record 4s
Washington and West Home- the Faculty presentedher "
outstanding in parish, 'communitY.. diocese. state and
stead Junior High SChools. a Gift Certificate as nation.As .

winners were: "A" Class; well as best wishes for 'Parish Priest, he has established an enviable

1st. place Brownsville 2nd many more birthdays. The record in persons baptized and candidates presentedfor

place, Booker T. Washington. Faculty and students Confirmation; has built three churches St.

Outstanding players were in regret the loss of one of James, Tampa; St. Agnes, Miami: and St. Cyprian's
Homestead supervised the building of St. Ann's
the "A" Class, Earlie Wits our tee hers, George Ross Excelsior Club"- .1 tor Rev. M. G. Fay son, Mrs. Hazel Wallace, secretary; Miss Hallandale.; Built a vicarage at St. James' Tampa,

Brenda McNeal and Bessie to our 'Dear,Uncle Sam Lucille Timaons, president; Mrs. Margorle Tarpley. Second row: 1 to r, Mrs. May- and the vicarage at Opa Locka. Remodeled Old St.

Scott and in the "B" Class Mr. Ross who has worked belle Branon, Mrs. Jessie Smith, Mrs. Ruby Augustus, Mrs. Johnnie Pearl Mason, Agnes. Has burned three mortages and started three

Betty Brown, Vivian watts, as a regular substitute Mrs. Clara Hilton Otis Tarpley. Jlrs.t-Elo1se: Gaitor, Samuel Sinquefield Tom Missions .Petersburg, Liberty City and Opa Locka.In .

and Mary Carter.Brownsville over a period of months, Mervin, treasurer; Mrs. Leander Jackson. Third row 1 to r, Mrs. Esther Gregory, recognition of his outstanding services, the Dio-

had a big day was inducted into the Mrs Viola Timmons, Mrs. Bernice Wooten, Mrs. Mary Branham, Mrs. Priscilla cese of South Florida has honored him by electing him

United States' Chambliss. (Photo By Adams) more than a dozen times as a delegate to Provincial
They proved themselves Army on Monday .
---- Synods, four times as a Deputy to General Conventions
champions in both the "A" October 23rd. We all wish
St. Paul Group ) ; fleece's Roost by the late Bishop Wing, appointing him as the
and.>'B" divisions.In .
for him a pleasant experience .
Archdeacon for Negro work, and by Bishop Louittit and
BY
',the less athletic front, in the Service The Excelsoir Club of St. the late Suffragan Bishop Bran giving him an awardof

,.....\ (\.faculty and students' and will look forward to Paul A.M.E. Church NW 4th HAMPTON: REECe; achievement for outstanding service rendered on the
'oC'I.I 'f'.. his return. Hello there, all you Saints and Sinners and all you 25th Anniversary of his ministry at St. Agnes' Church
Avenue and, 19th street
.. gave other swinging people, but especially a big hello to and the 35th Anniversary of his ministry in the
its annual Tea at the home Diocese South Florida. That in
of was 1954.
HighlightsNinth all Music Lovers, because the one big purpose of this
Dorsey .of Mrs. Lucille Timmons, Notable among recognition for outstanding services
column will be to keep you completely informed regard
2140 NW 6 Ave. last Sunday. rendered to his community, state and nation, he has
graders are breathing a sigh of relief now that The brilliant affair was ing the whereabouts, shenanigans and other activitiesof been the recipient of citations from three Florida

their rain-teaser, the annual state-wide Ninth Grade our favorite musicians, singers and other "Night Governors and a past president of the United States-
well attended and besidesa
Test is:".a;-thing of the past. The youngsters were. Peonle1' for example: ..__ President Harry S. Truman.

given the SCAT (School. and College Ability Test) and lovely repast of tea and 'Writer of scores of newspaper articles and author of

the MAT (Metropolitan Achievement Test) on October 17 usual bite sized sandwichesand -WHO packing them in.feay I several publications, his best known work is: "A

and IB. fine slabs of delicious, "Happy Birthday" to Manual of Catholic Worship" published by Morehouse-

Seventh graders got 'in the I,When my stay on earth must cakes of several kinds, a; NAT JONES, probably the Clyde Killens. His was I Gorham.

swim?'early with the Otis- end. fine program was rendered.The swingingest keyboard vir- October 22nd. Dizzy Jones I Three times called to Washington to.attend National

Beta and the California \ I woti'ld.ra th.er have a Conferences and luncheon at the White
and children of the St. tuoso in town; also the received his 'Greetings' from once a guest
Reading Arithmetictests
pleasant word : House, my nominee is Included in such national pub-
and adult
Paul Stars will
the 'man' and likely
which were given in busiest, what with a flock :
said I lications "Who's Who in the the
In kindness to me, as .Clergy", Biographical -
September. The Guidance speakers and singers was top t students, doing singles have to return to Augusta,.:
Than flattery when my heartis Encyclopedia of America and the Biographical
department really means to still' ped off with a president's nd combo wdrk. yours truly Georgia to report to his .Encyclopedia of the World.

get things done! .And this life has .ceased to Surprise.The has Been telling people for Board. Sooop'till next 'Because of the foregoing achievements, accomplish-

...* ........ .***.. h.. surprise was a well years that all Nat needs is week--keep swinging. ments, recognitions, plus the information containedin

Parents and Friends of I would rather have'* a 'directed version of "Thisis I an Album to take him off the --.... : his biographical sketch, I count it a great honorto
loving smile Your Life" in which f niminate as a Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of
Dorsey: We need helpto local and onto the nationaland _
your from friends I know are ra. South Florida, The Veneralbe John E. Culmer. Doctorof
make this year's P.T.A. club members, relatives and international Are
true, scene. Divinity and Doctor of Laws, Archdeacon for Negro
the largest' and most successful Than tears shed around "me.. I, several former classmates, you listening Cannonball? ; Work and Senior Priest of the Diocese of South

one of all. Please from the days when they .....,. i-I'-
When this world I bid adieu : -,..."j""... .Florida.
support our new president, Bring me all the flowers : attended Book or T. Washington --FIATCURT -- :"'=-< After seconding by Dr. Davis and other nominations;
Willie Scott and his cabi-
today., Whether pink, or High School took part. the first ballot showed 18 clergy voted for Fr. Culmer
net. We want a strong ,
HARMON, phenomenal
approximately
and 8 laymen. There were 500 votes in
white, or red: I'd rather Mrs. Eva Richardson was
organization to
help us wizard of Vibraharp, is the two houses (clergy and laymen) and of the total
develop strong, alert and have' one blossom now than superb as the Narrator. .
vacationing with his familyin vote about 50 were Negro churchmen. After' the first
intelligent citizens of a car-load when I'm dead. Proceeds from the Tea willgo
Philadelphia until the ballot Father Culmer asked that his name be withdrawn
tomorrow-your children and M.S.A.C. toward preparations for from the slate of nominees. This move had been agreed
.. ....*........' Rig Season begins. 1
*** : St. paul's Women s Day on by his backers as it is believed the nemination was

American Education nee is 'Til thenClementina Nov. 12th. The plans are fora -WHERE-- more a feeler for the pulse of the church's apprec-
just around the D. Rahming
corner P-TA HIGHLIGHT Isaac
.**. real big day with Mrs. iation for the 41 years of faithful diligent work
Movember 5-11 to be exact. 000000000000000000000f Cohen (left) principalof has his church than
i this dedicated priest given an
Ratcliffe principalof
Mrs. Eloyce Jennings and Ida At the MaryrElizabeth Lounge
Northwestern High. School actual bid for the high office.
her committee have made Brownsville Junior High ""
Obituaries I that oat Improper Bostonian' and Irving McNayr,' Metro Father Culmer told the assembly. "the best thing you
plans to make this year'sobservance School as the main speakerat Martin "Gat er' .
Manager, discuss issues 'could have done to have shown the world our true
a memorable one the 11 a.m. service. I colors'would have been to have'elected
Rivers, still.. hold forth me unanamously
before the
regular monthly
at Dorsey. The theme this TOL-
JOHNNIE B. I
nightly with his remarkable on the first ballot and then let me decline the
year is- OUR SCHOOLS: TIME BERT 2319 W.. 5th Pr* HaJfoweenDane PTA meeting last Tuesday. office" Then in a lighter vein he observed "Maybeyou
FOR A PROGRESS REPORT. Your Trio playing the most
: McNayr was one of a list
Ave. Hialeah : were afraid I would Not decline"From !
invitations are in the was a drowning ., It Oct. 29 scintillating group jazz I prominent people scheduledto the books in Father Culmer's extensive library,
making Parents and Friends sounds to be heard this si '
The Daae musical Educa- del' speak to the PTA duringthe this reporter learned that there has never been a
Won t you please set aside victim. Oct. 14 ,.
tion Teachers Associationwill of the City (N.Y. that : 1961-62 school Negro Bishop of the entire Protestant Episcopal
year.
'
Monday night, November 6. services in
Luap- '
sponsor a Pre-Hallo- Swing on, Brother Gates! church. There have been 7 Bishops of Negro divisionsof
as a special date for us? He spoke on the advantages
tin Oa. weep Dance on Sunday night The Leroy Lang Trio, fea- the church, but no real Bishops of the entire
.**...see e se e.0 0.0> ROBERT COOPER *. Oct. 29 at the famous turing Birdie Marcell, of the Metro form of govern- denomination. Bishop A.F. Holly was the first negro

If Knowledge is power, jr. 141.5' N.J. RorJcland Palace. vocalist; recently moved ment and answered all Bishop. He was the Bishop of Haiti. He_had a son, a*

then send off our rocket. 3rd Ave. died Tickets may oe obtainea questions asked from the Dr. A. P. Holly who"was

We are in orbit: Five of Oct. 18 servicesin from Physical Ed. teachers- from the Starlite Lounge to capacity audience in the at one time a resident of
at.. fee of I I r
a
$1.00 Club Granada where they are
our. instructors Mr. Lawre- Darien Ga. schools frynnasium. Miami. Bishop Holly was
nce Adams Ellis Adderly elected in the 1880s and
JAMES NELSON
Mrs. Agnes Hezekiah George altogether there have been
Hepburn and Willie Frank 2281 N.W. 49thSt. 7 Negro Bishops but all

Johnson have received their died Oct. 16 have been limited to min

Master degrees from services and bur- istering to Negroes only.

Indiana University this ial at Evergreen. There are now 2 Negro

past summer INFANTS: r Bishops Bishop Pravid

-t..................... a FSL.IZ-AB"BTH R 1'111- :Harris and Bishop .Dill'a'rdBrown
__ I both working in
A little bird told me that little daughter.of n Liberia with Liberian

'our new math teacher Mr.Miller t Mr. and Mrs. p Negroes only. Father

---- is a newly-wed- : Joseph Nairn of, Culmer, a. native of the

Congratulations 2190 N.W. 74th, > .: Cabanas, has been an
isese..ee...e.eee. U !:Episcopal Priest for 41 l
Something new has been Street. BISK)? A. f'. hULLi years, and when he was e-
VBNNT JORANDERNOLAH
added to the Percy Sweeting F lected a deputy to the General Convention in 1946. he
Mrs. El *
household--A little pink- was the first Negro to have been so honored by the

bundle deduction"named. yenta Nolan 1525 1SSII.IelB Church in 50 years and was the only Negro in atten-

Percyenna Lavern by her N, W. lat PI. dance at the convention which was housed in the Cleve-

proud father, was born on Mother. .Hotel in Cleveland Ohio.

October 13. .1961
BABY BOX SPIYBT.son ,
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Report cards are to be ,Mr. '
AndrewSpivej.
distributed- Wednesday, Lee ,.
October 25, Parents, are .. 1320FLOW&fTA JII. '. .w y
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littleose fsaaioa. afcow here last Buoy are from left; Lintoa Berrien. Mrs. Lena Simmons

Taw Proa the garden of fried 3se H. I. 2r Ave. Art_ KlBf, Mrs.. Bessie Baxrlsea sad Mlss:Cassaadra H..... More about the affair
1 to have the.' choicest' j '. 3-2t75 IB 'o it.week's ML real security
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several activities shared were holding- another Last Thursday. and Friday, the Diocesan Convention of

the spotlight at Browns- tournasent but the partici- the Episcopal Church held in St. .Lukes Cathedral in
Orlando Florida, registered another 'first' in that;
ville the past week. Perhapsthe pants were seeking trophies.
for the first time in the
thing that had the This particular competitionis history of the Church in : -'TTI.

greatest appeal for the commonly known as 'Six America, a Negro was nominated -

students was the volleyball Weeks Examinations' and were for the bishopric.
I
tournament held Monday and Wednesday.Each Father Johp E. Culmer was I

which was held pupil had an oppor- nominated by Father TheodoreR. F I

Gibson, Pastor of Christ
.on the school- tunity to emerge a winner,
...
"
Episcopal Church in 'Miami
-w: and of the teacher G -
campus Friday. course,
and the nomination
,." was
Schools parti- "'W' happened to be chief official seconded by Dr. Ira P.

cipating wereBrownsville :;J.;, and scorekeeper.Our Davis also of- Miami. Fo i- FR./ JOHN E. CULMER

Principal, Mrs. Ida T-r lowing..' is Father -Gibson's nominating. speech.

Dorsey North _", -:_ ...J t Ratcliffe, celebrated a I hail with no small measure of pleasure the opportunity

Dade Carver, ''Mrs. birthday this week. Along and privilege to place in nomination' for

Mays Booker CallowayT. with heartfelt congratulations u tih ,Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida the
'name of a dedicated Priest whose
shining record 4s
Washington and West Home- the Faculty presentedher "
"e' tin 'outstanding in parish 'communitY., diocese. state and
stead Junior High Schools. a Gift Certificate as a nation.As .

Winners were: "A" Class; well as best wishes for Parish Priest, he has established an enviable

1st. place Brownsville--2nd many more birthdays. The record in persons Baptized and candidates presentedfor

place, Booker T. Washington. Faculty and students Confirmation; has built three churches St.

Outstanding players were in regret the loss of one of : James. Tampa; St. Agnes Miami: and St. Cyprian's

Homestead supervised the building of St. Ann's.
------ "---- ;
the "A" Class, Earlie Wins our teachers, George Rossto Excelsior Club1 to r Rev. M. G. Fay son, Mrs. Hazel Wallace, secretary; Miss Hallandale. Built a vicarage at St. James' Tampa

Brenda McNeal and Bessie our 'DearxUncle Sam Lucille Timaons, president; Mrs. Margorie 'Tarpley. Second row: 1 to r, Mrs. May- and the vicarage at Opa Locka. Remodeled Old St.

Scott and in the "B" Class Mr. Ross, who has worked- belle Branon, Mrs. Jessie Smith, Mrs. Ruby Augustus, Mrs. Johnnie Pearl Mason, Agnes. Has burned three mortages and started three

Betty Brown, Vivian watts as a regular substituteover Mrs. Clara Hilton, Otis Tarpley, .Eloise Gaitor, Samuel Sinquefield Tom Missions St. Petersburg Liberty City and Opa Locka.In .

and Mary Carter.Brownsville a period of months Mervin treasurer; Mrs. Leander Jackson. Third row 1 to r, Mrs. Esther Gregory, recognition of his outstanding services the Dio-

had a big day was Inducted into the Mrs Viola Timmons, Mrs. Bernice Wooten, Mrs Mary Branham, Mrs.Priscilla cese of South Florida has honored him by electing him

United States' Chambliss. (Photo By Adams) more than a dozen times as a delegate to Provincial
They proved themselves Army on Monday
Synods four times as a Deputy to General Conventions
champions in both the "A" October 23rd. We all wish 1 .,.
',:"- St. Paul Group Reece's Roost by the late Bishop Wing appointing him as the
and. 'B" divi sions.
for him a pleasant experience -
Archdeacon for Negro work and by Bishop Louittit and

In ''the less athletic front, in the Service The Excelsoir Club of S.t. BY"HAMPTON the late Suffragan Bishop Bran, giving him an awardof

i,1 the ,facility and students' and will look forward to REEC achievement for outstanding service rendered on the
Paul A.M.E. Church. NW 4th
-*** -,. his return. Hello there, all you Saints and Sinners and all you 25th Anniversary of his ministry at St. Agnes' Church
Avenue and 19th street
.' gave other swinging people, but especially a big hello to and the 35th Anniversary of his ministry in the

I Highlights' its annual Tea: at the home all Music Lovers, because the one big purpose of this Diocese of South Florida. That was in 1954.

Dorsey ,of Mrs. Lucille Timmons Notable among recognition for outstanding services
column will be to keep you completely informed regard
2140 NW 6 Ave. last Sunday. rendered to his community state and nation he has
"' Ninth graders are breathing a sigh of relief now that The brilliant affair was ing the whereabouts shenanigans and other activitiesof been the recipient of citations from three Florida

their tyrain-teaser. the annual state-wide Ninth Grade well attended and besidesa our favorite musicians, singers and other "Night Governors and a past president of the United States-

Test Is':".&; thing of the past. The youngsters were People''* for example: President Harry S. Truman.

given the SCAT (School, and College Ability Test) and lovely repast of tea and :Writer of scores of newspaper articles and author of

the MAT (Metropolitan Achievement Test) on October 17 usual bite sized sandwichesand packing them in.Say .
-WHO several publications his best known work is: "A
and 18.Seventh. fine slabs of delicious
"Happy Birthday" to
my Manual of Catholic Worship" published by Morehouse-

graders got"in the I When my stay on earth must cakes of several kinds, a; NAT JONES probably the Clyde Killens. His was Gorham.

swim!}"' early with the Otis- end.r fine program was rendered.The swingingest keyboard vir- October 22nd. Dizzy Jones Three times called to Washington to.attend National
Beta and the California :
Reading and Arithmetic would rather have a children of the St. tuoso in town; also the received his 'Greetings' from Conferences and once a luncheon guest at the White

I pleasant word Paul Stars and adult will House my nominee is included in such national pub-
tests which were given in busiest, ,what with a flockf the 'man' and likely
In kindness said to me. lications as "Who's Who in the .Clergy", the Biographical -
September. The Guidance speakers and singers was top students, doing singlesnd have to return to Augusta., .
Than flattery when my heartis Encyclopedia of America and the Biographical
department really means to still ,,' ped off with a president combo wdrk. yours truly Georgia to report to his .Encvclooedia of the World.
get things done! tM
.And this life has ceased to I Surprise.The has Been telling people for Board. sooop'till next 'Because of the foregoing achievements accomplishments -

*..**.*.......:...... h., ': surprise was a well years that all Nat needs is week--keep swinging. recognitions plus the information contained

Parents and Friends of I would rather have* a 'directed version of 'This an Album to take him off the -."' _. :in his biographical sketch. I count it a great honorto
loving smile is Your Life" in which niminate as a Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of
Dorsey: We need your helpto local and'onto the nationaland
from friends I know are f South Florida The Veneralbe John E. Culmer Doctorof
: members relatives and
club ,
make this year's P.T.A. international Are
true scene. Divinity and Doctor of Laws Archdeacon for Negro
the largest and most several former classmatesfrom
succ- Than tears shed around "me., you listening, Cannonball? Work and Senior Priest of the Diocese of South
essful one of' 'all. Please When this world I bid adieu: the days when they, .Florida.

support our new president. Bring me all the flowers : attended Booker: T. Washington -- WHAT-- After seconding by Dr. Davis and other nominations
Willie Scott and his cabi-
today Whether pink, or High School took part the first ballot showed 18 clergy voted for Fr. CUlmer
net. We want a strong CURT HARMONphenomenal
white, or red: I'd rather Mrs. Eva Richardson was ? and 8 laymen. There were approximately 500 votes in
organization to help us
the Narrator. wizard of the. Vibraharp, is the two houses (clergy and laymen) and of the total
develop strong alert and have' one blossom now than superb as
vacationing with his family vote about 50 were Negro churchmen. After the first
intelligent citizens of a car-load men I 'm dead. Proceeds from the Tea willgo
in Philadelphia until the ballot Father Culmer asked that his name be withdrawn
tomorrow-your children and M.S.A.C. toward preparations for
from the slate of nominees. This move had been agreedby
Season
...SSSSSS' Big begins.
s555555 St. paul's Women's Day on
his backers as it is believed the nemination was
American Education is 'Til thenClementina
ween.
NOV. 12th. ,The plans are fora --WHERE- more a feeler for the pulse of the church's apprec-
just around the corner D. Rahming : P-TA HIGHLIGHT Isaac
.5..5..5..5..5... I real big day with Mrs. iation for the 41 years of faithful diligent work
Movember 5-11 to be exact.
Cohen (left) principalof this dedicated priest has given his church than an
Ida Ratcliffe principalof
Mrs. Eloyce Jennings and At the Mary,Elizabeth Lounge
Northwestern High School actual bid for the high office.
her committee have made Brownsville Junior High "Host Improper
Obituaries that Bostonian" and Irving McNayr,' Metro Father Culmer told the assembly. "the best thing you
plans to make this year's'
main
School the speakerat
as Martin "eater"Rivers : Manager, discuss issues 'could have done to have shown the world our true
observance memorable '
a
one the 11 a.m. service. still hold forth colors would have been to h elected me unanamously
at Dorsey. The theme this JOHNNIE B. TOL- before the regular monthly
nightly with his remarkable on the first ballot and then let me decline the
year is- OUR SCHOOLS: TIME PTA meeting last Tuesday.
BERT 2319 W. 5th Pre '
Halloween office" Then in a lighter vein he observed Maybe
FOR A PROGRESS REPORT. Your Trio playing the most
McNayr was ,one of a list *
Are. Hialeah : you were afraid I would Not decline"
invitations are in the Done It scintillating jazz
; aa.a drownlfigvictim Oct. 29 group prominent people scheduledto From the books in Father Culmer's extensive library
making.Parents and Friends. sounds to be heard this side
Won't The Daae raysical Educa- speak to the PTA duringthe this reporter learned that there has never been a
please set aside Oct. 14.
you tion Teachers Associationwill of the City (N.Y. that is) 1961-62 school Negro Bishop of the entire Protestant Episcopal
Monday night. November '6. services in Lump- year.
sponsor a Pre-Hallo' Swing on, :Brother Gates church. There have been 7 Bishops of Negro divisionsof
as a special date for us? He spoke on the advantages
kin. Ga.ROBERT.
wean Dance on Sunday night The Leroy Lang Trio, fea- the church, but no real Bishops of the entire

0.0..............I! COOPER Oct. 29 at the {a.ous' turing Birdie Marcell of the Metro form of govern- denomination. Bishop A.F. Holly was the first negro

If Knowledge: is power, Jr. 1 4 t5 N. w. RorJcland Palace. vocalist recently moved ment and answered all Bishop. He was the Bishop of Haiti.. He.had a son, a*

then send off our rock 't. 3rd Are. died Tickets may oe obtainea ; questions asked from the Dr. A. P. Holly who-was-

We are in orbit: Five of Oct. 16 servicesIn from Physical Ed. teachers' from the Starlite Lounge to capacity audience in the at one time a resident of
at.a fee of
our Instructors. Mr. Lawre- Darien Ga. $1.00 Club Granada where they are schools gymnasium Miami. Bishop Holly was

nce Adams. Ellis Adderly y elected in the 1880s and
JAMBS NELSON
Mrs. Agnes Hezekiah, George altogether there have been

Hepburn and Willie Frank 2261 N.I. 49thSt. 7 Negro Bishops but all

Johnson have received their died Oct. 16_ [ have been limited to min-

Master degrees from services and bur- I istering to Negroes only.

Indiana University this ial at Evergreen. There are now 2 Negro

past summery .. INFANTS: Lii Bishops, Bishop Pravid'

.: *...*...***......'. FZLI.ZArETH W'I'1Ift..' Harris and Bishop ;.011 lard
Brown, both working in
A little bird told me that little daog'hter.of : Liberia with Liberian

"our new math teacher Mr. Mr. and Mrs. r jyr : LC _! yF' a Mi 1w Negroes only. Father

) ----Miller is a newly-wed- : Joseph Nairn of Culoer. a native of the
Congratulations 1 has been
Bahamas, an
2190 N.J. 74th' z
*.......*..*....... '. :Episcopal Priest for 41

Something new has been Street. i 'jfj BISHOP A. F. HOLLY years and when he was e-
JOB :
'added to the YENNT ANDER a
Percy Sweeting, lected a deputy to the General Convention in 1946, he
NOLAN. Mrs. ElTena -
household--A little .
pink- was the first Negro to have been so honored by the
bundle Nolan 1525N '
deduction1named.
rJ Church in 50 years and was the only Negro in atten-
Percyenna Lavern by her I. lat PI. dance at the convention which was housed in the Cleve-

Rroud father, was born on Mother. .Hotel in Cleveland. Ohio.
October 13. 1961
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distributed. Wednesday Andrew. Lee j3e

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1 little-rose FLOmDA STAll fashion show here last Sunday are from left; Lintoa Berrien
Mrs. Lena Slaaons.
Proa the garden of a friend 5968 N. I. 23rd AvM .. Art&sr King, Mrs. Bessie Harrison sad Miss4Cassandra Hs&na.
TBan << More about the affair
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'School; 'news"Thanks ._ .. .
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for listening. I'll see you next Sunday, VV.. V BY MAMMY
huh?,"' One could tell, although Irene Edwards didn't Well the old Magic City's been sort of quiet as it

say It, that she was pleased with her.perforaice this 4t +. usually is during the summer but things a. beginning to

week on her weekly radio broadcast: "This Is Our School, \ 'spM brighten up. In the next few days,the horses will begin
Liberty City Elementary." coming in and that's a sure sign that "the season" is

It's quite. rewarding as the director of the young F fast approaching.
tbfesplans ,to see bow much gusto that these young thespian b Things weren't altogether dull because we Just had the

have when they tackle their weekly chores of acting. great "yes" or "no" election which had as many white

Further, it is quite rewarding to see one's characters folks at each other's throats as there tan folk snipingat

cone to life; but, again,. the greatest reward comes from each other. ....Sam Moncur and Milton Hardrick joinedby

waking of'tomorrow's our own if.E. (managing editor) were singing out loud

leaders: parents, teachers, doctors, lawyers, 1 j hr; r 3 ;sx for the "no" vote. Willie Lamar (a former Jaxon) was..

and laymen. the loudest for the "yes" vote, but on the night of

This in essence is basically the ultimate reward. that- returns he was no where to be found. Lamar came our of

one finds in teaching--the raison d'etre of a life hiding a few days ago to get his ducks lined up for the
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?devoted to directing minds--that is, if done effectively.This 'coming Mayor-Commission races. .. But dig! the talk is

, is the reward one envisions for having rendered a that Sam Moncur was so excited when he cast his great

life. service life imbued with a state of perpetualtflux "no" vote it is believed. he accidentally pulled the

, of humility-service to one's fellow man: citizens. T4J11D "yes" lever.
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A portrait of Irene A. Edwards, narrator for the Liberty Oh well Negro Commission candidate Kenneth Williams

City Elementary School's weekly program, reveals that IUN arrived too late to get on the photo of the various

she is an average American-Negro girl, 10 years of age, : Mrs. Barbara Howell, Mrs. Annie Shenet, Joyce ChambUss rendering candidates which appeared in Tuesdays Miami News. .and

plump. fair honest, kind and sincere. She is Imbued "The Creation" Gloria Brrnham, Yvonne 'Johnson, Julia Wooten, Marie Branham, missed some good publicity..The inside is that the Ken

with a "flair" for the incredulous. is well liked Edward Braynon, Jr.', Otis Tarpley, Jr. Williams campaign is getting snafued because the sponsors

by her classmates;, both because she is scholarly and then These are the St. Paul A.M.E. Stars ages ranging from 5 tp Qwwho brought greetingsto can't get together and what's more that the campaign

again, she exemplifies a genuine concern for her fellowman the Excelsior Club from all the other departments of the church. treasury is mighty low. .. too bad some of those who can

in whatever her endeavours may be. (Adams Photo) n, ->* ''won t toss up some cash to help the boy out.

The school's play this week comes from the pen of the i Still on the political pitch..we hear Atty. Henry

director, D. Ricardo Thomas, iv; Its public-mostly boys Kelsan Says Teaehan Move Arripgton is getting ready to push off the campaign in

!and girls. the message that matches and other incendiary i unto Their Newt tan town for Mayor Robert King High whom insiders say

items should not be played with, as toys. t eti4 'it is magnificent the way is in for a rough time, with everybody shooting at him It

i I The cast Includes members of both u r. Thomas' homeroom the crowd goes from club to j, Headquarters.. ,. including the bolita addicts.Al .
students, and members of his Resource Class. In order of club on each\\weekly Amateur, The Florida State Teachers Walker, the Physical Ed. mentor at Orchard Villais

their performances, they Irene Edwards, Diann { '.t Night, seeking entertainment Association formally dedicatedits one of the sharpest toggers in the school system. ..

I Thoaas, Linda Bentley, Raymond CUmmings., Linda Wigfall, and a promise,of somethingnew. new State Headquarters which brings to mind the Dade P. E. Assn. will toss its

,Annie Perry. Cornelius Allen, Sandra Evans Rosalind Something like a griP-' Building 14. The new Saturday.$50,000 buildingis October Pre-Halloween dance at .the.. Rockland Palace come Sunday

;Smith, Richard Hinton. ping spell. located at 449 West Georgia Oct. 29. .. .

Complementary to successful teaching of any child is ,Sylvia Sattin .-< Street Tallahassee. Did you hear the one about the tan cop who wanted to
Thomas D. Bailey. State
the need for the meeting of the minds of both parentsand cast last Wed Superintendent of Public arrest a mail truck driver near the Mary-Liz for stop-

' teachers; hence, on Friday Morning, October 27, nesday at the Instruction was the principal ping in a no parking zone? Wow, how vigilant can a cop

|LCE is having its first Parent Teacher Conference Day. King .Hearts. speaker.The getl! Most popular baby around the Mary Liz is Little. .
Teachers Association hasa
jAs parents, let's not forget that it is our DUTY to Don Strachan KELSAN membership of 8,790 teachersin Eric Jones. .Doris Brown at the Lizbeth Lounge just hada
attend same. I is taking some Florida schools Cato birthday, but I don't dare tell you how old she is.. .

'I The Boy Scouts, under the direction of L. Conner, and APPOINTED=- eT Er of Miami's lovelies to Roach Jr. Principal of Ida Moore who was a very unhappy and lonesome in the

'D. Thomas is having its Installation Services next week Tookes, associate pro-. 'entertain in Philly. Mona .Walker Elementary School. Sir John Lounge all by herself is happy again since

:in the school's cafetorium. The Players shall present its Ifessor of physical edu- Lisa is selling nerves. Ft. Lauderdale Dr. Gilbert is L.presidentand Porter; her Cuban friends won his fight Tuesday night.

new play: "We Should Celebrate United Nations Week" at !intramurals cation and director Florida of Wally Futch is still rock- former principal of Lincoln Sam Rabin, the Sir John chief, got back from Europe

the program. The public is invited.A .and II. University, has A. ing at the Rancher. Bobby High executive School.secretary.Tallahassee is Monday to find liquor violation charges against his ,

paper as informative, yet civic minded as the ,FLORIDA been appointed to the: Marshall's "Call Me Dar Other state officers are; spots and an empty pool-like no water in it..Frank
STAR deserves a chance to be read. Let's buy the STAR-- Scholarship Program" !ling" really sends you out S.A. Hunter. Raney Elementary Williams and his outfit (Jax boys) took top honors on the

it's a paper worth having; its message is both universaland Committee of the Ameri-: to call whoever it may be. School Tallahassee. President- "Big Break" TV stint which entitles them to a two

local. 'can Association, for'; The curvaceous La Bonba returns Booker elect; Washington Mrs. M. H.High Shannon School weeks shot at the swank beach Eden Roc. .. Thorn as in a t

D. Ricardo Thames, 'IV lal ealthPhysicalrecrePERSONALITIES icu.t -: II to the Kelsan Troupe Miami recording secretary; Fields the trim singer who appeared at the Knight Beat
f I at the Fiesta Room where the Mrs. Ozora Shell. Bethune Amateur Night, had em beating their mitts the other night

i ,group is working the weekend Beach Cookman secretary College.of research Daytona; Eugene Kemp Lib City Housing Project Mgr., is due to

PERSONALITIES with the Orioles and S. Meredith Moseley. Dillard take off for points north to attend a workshop in his

I Sonny Till. High School. Ft. Lauderdale. field. Eugene just had a birthday and you should have
treasurer L. H. Means. George
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jimy Wilson, formerly with Carver High School. Century seen the big birthday cake and cards the tecnants sent

: jour troupe has been called Chaplain; J. L. Gant Lincoln him. (Very unusual) The folk must like him lots and he

to active military duty Memorial High School.' must be doing a good job.

He has been out not quit ,! Palmetto H. James Greene parliamentarian James Weldon; and They tell us the folks in Homestead and Perrine are

90 days but back he goes and, Johnson Junior High School. hitting the bankers left to right following the hunchesin

as a Medic. Jacksonville. Comptroller- the Clown on Page 7..The inside from Jax is that
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( Sew faces in Miami's showplaces Association workb for the the Clown's predictions of 17, 17 and then 80 caused one

: : Princess Debbie, improvement of teacher and banker to close down.Floridiaris .
G) dance stylist, Jackie Jones, pupil welfare in Florida

) pop tunes slinger; Nellie,) schools.
Join; High Steppers
"Bimini Gal" Candy return ,
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MIAMI, FLORIDA : Rated Tops'St. i ,

.iiaoW. EVERY RADIO ,: ;k I'Charles L. Williams,
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Petersb rc.-- Gibbs Junior .
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College health and physical
'S"i education department has received of the Edward Waters 1 -
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top ranking from a College Evening School, C
The leading university. was speaker at a special .
:< Personality Station
.,/: ':; Columbia University Community I
; Junior College Center assembly at James Weldon
disclosed as much an answerto Johnson Junior High School,
a query from Miami's Dade 4
where 56 students were
County Junior College.
Demie J. Malnleri, Chairmanof presented merit awards. 1
PERSONALITIES'PERSONALITIES the division of health and Williams served 19 yearsas Al
made the
physical education
principal of Booker T.
inquiry on behalf of the East -
< coast Junior college.The Washington High School in FLORIDA'S feminine charm has added lustre to 'A&T
Community Junior College Miami, where a merit systemwas College's attractive majorettes'
,'.. Center referred Mainleri to corps this.year In the
Gibbs JC for information he successfully implementedHe persons of Coeds Ardelia Purdue (Fourth from left) and J
i requested on a "fine and is a graduate of Wilber- Shirley Cherry both from Orlando.
going physical education force University and Hampton
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program. )
Institute and holds member- ,
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The local !nstt tution's pro- .. r
gram is headed by Norman ,ship in Alpha Phi Alpha .

Jackson. Other members of thedepartment Fraternity inc. 'Big ropHere Nov. 5' tl
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are: Miss Ann McLln .
and George Brotn. The speaker challenged boys i' f .
Dr. John Shinner. resident to "measure ,up to the Mlamiams will have the bring in 600 persons 200 ,
physician at white Mound Park girls' in conduct and opportunity of attending wild animals, three herdsof 1
Hospital, has assisted the scholastic: achievement, and'adBmished ,
:.1 school in its program and is all students to a three-day engagement elephants, and.} tents.
'""-- coach of the Junior College of the Clyde BeattyColeBros. ;
.-" courtesies
estend
more
Fencing Society. .
Circus which windsup
Basic courses are offered in and,maoy doors will be opoft its summer WATCH THIS CLOWN i w
season Nov.
the health and P.E. department to .91 .
that lead to careers in. recreation you. 3 through the 5th at Le \ Of.PAGE 7 2 : j
The merit ward prograa is
teaching and .jenne Road east of Miami i
physio-therapy. designed to encourage good D' 1. ;
International Airport.The 6
The department is also noted citizenship and high f
for its co-curricular activities two long motorcadeswill ; < 6 I
scholastic achievement among 8 6
that include competitive arrive here at dawn
.. ,, V basketball 1Cta stroatvintra- students. Persons honoree 'I.t>)
FRED HANNA : : .. IRA McCALL : imural on NOV. 3. The fleets will .
V program. mast Met the standards -
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