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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 17, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00577

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 17, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00577

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Adranceasnt of Colored NAACP said Tuesday
Aug. 27 outbreak officers.
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integrated last-Wed n e*day 1
. ;i( 4 without .incident following con-
ferences by a bi-racial com-
mittee and in contrast to Jack- Boycott Urged!
'T sonville where violence eruptedand SUBSCRIBE NW: TO THE TWICE WEEKLY STRSend
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7 where official sanction of $1.00 in Cash or Money I

.). _, a similar committee has been for a one month subscription

HEADS DRIVE- -Mrs. 'ueen B. Williams will head steadfastly refused. NAACP : P.O. Box 561 Jax. Fla.
N*-! P Iembership Drive. Lunch counters in 18 major By Jax
stores throughout Tampa were

NAACP Launches Drive Integrated here yesterday.Rev. without. incident _

A. Leon Lowry Negro Picketed
Selective Boycott Local School
leader of the Florida NAACP
for New MembersThe
5/000 said some 70 Negro men and

women took part in the pro. Against; Stores Student unrest struck at local NorthwesternHieh

Jacksonville Branch, NA4CP, will launch a gram after agreement on the school early Friday morning when ,1Rcl'rd
reached
move had been among
drive for 5,000 new members as the first major individual merchants. Negro The NAACP Saturday called on. this city's bearing pickets began troline the area.

step towards an expanded program to cope with leaders and members of the 140,000 Negroes to join in a full scale selective It was learned that the :rotest m.o v e.me nt

the segregation: problem here, the branch .an- state and city bi-racial com- buying .campaign against the entire stemmed from "rincip*.! James H. Arcrett's cancellation -
nounced this week. mittee.In business district. of the school band's playing at the
liminate it from the each of 18 stores patron- ? with Duval Vocational -
listing the major inequities Mrs. Ruby Hurley also criticized the season's opening football eame
P ized by Negroes at noon and ,
affecting areas. between 3:30-4 yesterday the Association's "biased editorial School Thursday ni ht. When querried

Negro progress i n. Chairman of the Ydrjte ..,.Jun_smallj groups p.m.,of two or. south east regional policies of the Jack- concerning the protest, Principal \r2re _t stat-
Jacksonville as inadequate will be Mrs. Sueen B. three they were''servetf" wlth-*- -"""director-ootliaed .sonriUQL. _Tim-Union ed that he had no comments_ to make until he

housiriipoor Williams, prominentsocial out incident. The Rev Mr. local* :NAACP Youth and Journal" terming : received word. from the central office.

recreation and dis- civic and fraternal Lowry commended waitresses Council's, "don't pay their reportorial ac- ,
crimination in employment leader in the for their courteous action. to 'be.segregatedttprotivitiea "among the !
"No Fanfare"It Star Goes Twice Weekly
the branch intends : state of Florida. She was done with no fan- ja ct at an 'enthusiasmost unprofessional I

to expand its is a member and holds fare and seemed the natural tic mass 'meeting have seen- in ay 18

activities so that offices in many or thing, as if it had been going Mrs. Hurley called years in the field" of Special Su&scription'"ate

the Negro population the leading organizations on for the last 10 to 15 years," for the turning in race relations.

"- will become more in the Jacksonville 'the Rev. :Mr. Lowry said. of all Cohen Brothers She then called for
cognizant of discrim- The Rev. Mr. Lowry said Department store- the Negro cco&unity
community. lunch counter integration will to cancel all subscriptions By Staff Writer
ination and how to e- continue for' several days, depending charge cards'lai.ng
upon public reaction "white businessmen and allis The first mid-week issue C'f'the n''IUD.ToR:

Laymen Pushing For here. this, city must nevstand purchases, made its appearance in Jacksonville last Tues-

II The Tampa minister said the learn once and for pointing out that both day, brineinr the 10-year-old newspaper into

AME Membership Cut "following stores were included all that they can nc .publications hare the class of the twice-weekly Negro newspapers
in the move towards integration longer collect theNegro's their circulations
throughout the
: cash in one verified by the Audit country.
would be victims." He AU Grants, Woolworth Mad- Initiation of the mid-week edition came in
while of Circulationhim
hand= slapping: Bureau
Dissatisfaction among said the laymen heard ison, Kress Walgreen, Maas response to urerine from hundreds of readers who
with the other. an independent
AME laymen over the read and understoodthe Brothers and Belk Lindsey agency. made it known that they were dissatisfied with
"If in
Negroes represent Negroes Jacksonville -
failure to obtain a resolutions on the stores, including those in shop one-third the total and other the biased handline of news by local dailies
at North Gate
20 percent budeet cut budget cut and mem- Dale ping Mabry centers Hillsborough Plaza. population of ackpart. of the state and were cutting off their subscriptions.Eric .

for churches carrying: bership assessmen t and Britton Plaza. sonville and auratop buying these two 0. Simpson, editor of the Neero weekly

inflated memberships which some attempt is Only one incident marred the rounding Duval County. newspaperstheir circulation Announced that a few changes: have been made in

is expected to flareup being made to contra- peaceful move. This was a Cohen has stub rates will the deadlines for news and pictures. The dead-
week when the crank call to police that a riot line for for the
next dict and confuse. bornly refused t o soon show an appreci- news Tuesdaymid-week editionis
Presiding Elders' Regarding the state was taking place, at a downtown serve,' Negro customers able drop. In turn, Saturday, 4 p.m. ; and the deadline for the
riot
Council meets in OrLando ment that the member- nor any store.demonstration There was no of any.J at lunch counters- this will affect their Friday edition is J Tuesday, 4 p.m. The mid week

next week. ship cut could not kind. j. advertising revenue. edition will be out on Tuesday nights dated .

An announcement has precede or supercede for Wednesday and the Friday edition will be

been released urging the 1960 AME Discipline POLICE REPORTS! Mystery Riddled Riot Victim's out, as usual, on Friday night, dated for

stewardstrustees which has the S aturdiy. ,

egates: and all membersin final record of "the 'I Case Goes To Grand PLAN 'CORPORATIONFOR ( .
WOMAN HIT ON HEAD JuryBy
good: standing! to laws," the laymen say DURING AN ARGUMENTA DAILY PAPER
attend the conference ALYSON E. WISE
if that is true then 30-year-old woman was hit FLORIDA STAR editors
are making a rlea to
which will be held in the bishops who were ,on the, head with a shoe duringan Mystery surrounding Jacksonville's recent race-riot fatality readers: club and church reporters to give them

Orlando on Sept. 20. assigned nt the General ,friend argument last with, her boy 27-year old Charlie Edward Davis', will be further next their cooperation by seriding news on time so
In addition to the Saturday police re
resolution calling'for Conference should ported. Thursday before a Duval grand jury, it was announced thiswed that the paper cn render efficient service to

not have taken up their Miss Ruthie Mae Snead. of :. the public. It was added that with the desired
a membership cut, the in the various 1416 Prileou According to Asst. State- ants were said to have initiated -
posts Street told police cooperation the publication will be able to
laymen are concerned districts before the ,she was discussing a business Atty. Nathan Schevitz, 'addi- the countering fire. the
_ Additional twists to the serve public news-wide as well as photo-
with the resolution tional evidence" has been gath- re-
matter with Eddie Smith. 54,
issuance of the Discipline
wise.
disclosed
ports muddle
ered which that
should
freezing the budget of 815 Blanche Street and the present
at $4. member and The Layme n's discussion led to an argument.' clearer accounts*relative to the Davis fired at the service station The FLORIDA STAR will provide photo service in

per"no General spokesman added"Thenwe She said her boy friend struck case in its presentment to the and in the return shots Jacksonville and outside the city at a nominal

states, are not sure which her on the head causing bruises jury. ,A mass of conflicting from station employees was fee for persons desiring to have events photo-
Board nor Bishops'Council hit by one shot, causing him
testimony associated with
on the left side of her head.
Bishop was graphed. for
sentto
Requests
is permitted .causes ,of Davis' death have to crash his car resulting in rhoto coverage must be
Victim was taken to Duval
to add ;any additional- Florida. Medical Center. She stated'she', been released, following its his ultimate death. made three days in advance by calling ELgin 4-
early morning occurrence Aug. On Sept. 6. an inquest be- 6782 or sending letters to P. 0. Box 561Jack
assessment. would secure warrant for suspect's
Sales Drop Here fore Justice of the Peace Dor-, onville 1, Fla.
A spokesman for the arrest, police said. 30.The
cas Drake's court resulted in
Jacksonville native had Simpson said the FLORIDA STAR will "probably"
dissatisfied laymen, MAN IS STABBED been reportedly shot by pur- the six man all-white jury's go into daily publication "before
long"
in answer to state- According to a report SITTING IN CHAIRA suing police while trying to finding that Davis death came if the very ,
necessary public cooperation is secured.He .
ments issued by the from the Federal 32-year-old Eastside man outdistance them in a stolen "through his own actL"I
Still another added that nlans for
I question that corporation are afoot
was stabbed twice in the thigh
Public Relations Reserve Bank
Dept. of of Atlanta
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last Sunday as he sat on his car..Another. release revealed that police have not answered satisfactorily with pledges already received from several in-
pointed out Jacksonville porch police reports indicated. Davis was shot while drivingby is: Does it seem fluental, public spirited citizens. .
that some of the act- metropolitan area department James Swain of 548 Jessie a service station said to possible that a .25 caliber bul- Jaxons who wish to, receive the FLORIDA STAR
ions of the General stores showeda Street told police he was stab have been the.target of a full- let fired from such & distance twice
Conference were ,prob- 7 per cent decreaseover bed by a 'stra. ge man who sade of bullets. fired from a (the gas station is more than weekly-and at the same time* support the
his and stabbed dar load of 50 feet from the middle of Negro publication--can subscribe now at a specially -
ably beyong the the corresponding came on porch Negroes. The Da-
con- '
ception him in his right: thigh as he vis car this report added, was State street) could penetrate aman's : reduced rate of $1. per month, which is
of some who : period of 1959. cat Inchair.. The victim thought to have,ben the one I skull and further a an introductory offer for a limited time only
attended, "but we had The statistical report could of the from which the I man who according to police ,
give no description alledged shots Just send $1. in cash or money order with your
no idea that our Dept. covered the weekending man only that he was tall police were fired. ,' had been traveling at a high address to FLORIDA STARP. 0. Box 561 Jax.
rate of ,
of Public Relations Sept. 3. said. White service station attend- speed
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O. ,Bex Ml. J'aabn\ri 1. Florftfa $ Not contenting themselves with issuing statementsand

\0I holding, mass meetings, and knowing that many of
I JHCBIPTIOK HATES w 4- their people had not registered because their working

OB* T>v, $540 Half Tm. >3.0Cj: Teases Monihs.+ 11.11I.u.4 hours conflicted with those kept'by the central offices of

) To You ABfwhtr- Tho United StaiM.iBfescriplion C Gr s the.Board of Elections, the committee arranged to transportS

P8p&s. in .una .. Scad Chock or Monty CreW To, grit SM hundreds by chartered buses before and during the

P. O. BOX Ml-JACTSOlTvTLLE 1. FLORID lunch hour.
FLORIDA STAR- I While this understandably annoyed the bureaucrats,
I one of the Puerto Rican leaders warned: "We have 300,000

Puerto Ricans, and we'll bring them all down here next
To Unite. ; i c "Saturday."
-it's Time It .
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: : .. .\! worth to the Negroes of this country whose leaders have
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Ifs Now Or Never j been gro vote.laboring in the political vineyard build up the Ne-



For many, many years Negroes in Jacksonvillehave i, Worship Considered

been griping about the lack of progress 1 I -

among us. .And for as many years: each of us i iI iJ K- 11 Ji

has been blaming the rest of us for the back- Disorderly Conducts

wardness of all of us. Day in and day outyearin 1I s
and we hear members of 1i I / n r .
year out, our race \ / ...,' 1r

saying: ". .if Negroes would only unite. .. i I ( /nTiwr )

if Negroes will only pool their resources. .. 1 f _. -l" Grt V" '; : : .:: ...irk"}. ,, .. The Associated Pic-. :\.s lepoiS t ioui .Mem-

if Negroes would only pool their buying power. ;$!.:; El' \;{\ RE \ f.. '.; : .":.:.:' "f..: :", phis. Tenn.. that lll1amlcClalr Freeman.
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... .E '.. .. ; .. ._: :'1 -' a 19- -old whIte youth from Swansea
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.if Negroes would .only stick togetjierpolitically L.---' __ ....n_. --- -..- .. ti.:._.._-c_: --:.;_....., .- :Mass. and his Negro companion Nathaniel
.but Negroes are not going to
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THIS VICIOUS SEGREGATIONIST LEADER MIST Lk KLMOVLD Exum. 20. of Memphis. were fined S;:2fi)
unite. ." And so it all of us blamingthe ,
goes
BY; ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW' each un thaigcs: growing: out of then. attempt t.
other fellow, but few of. us making a move ,

to correct the condition. -iii to worship Sunday at the R 1JP\.tH
Well, the time has come. The time has come Your" 'DailyHoroscope Jklptbt Church.

for Negroes to unite in withholding our patronage -
don't doubt it \\'iIl.be of interest
fran firms that discriminate in service ""-'-"' G 8d'e w and throughout Asia and Africa in

and employment against Negroes..to unite in that in an American citv.. the worship of
withholding from that God in certain uicumstanccs
our support newspapers considered:
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
: disoiderJy: conduct
segregate news, preach bigotry: ; and slant news -
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
when Negroes are involved. unite in the -

support of Negro business firms and the Negro I By PABLO The ASTROLOGER --
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rress..unite politically in support of .
organizations working to 'achieve full citizenship -

for all Americans regardless of color or Sagittarius

creed.It Aries ,Leo

is only when colored citizens cane to the ,
Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21$t
realization that only through united actioncan Born July 23rd thru Aug. 22nd17th
Born March 21st thru 19th
April
hope for 17th Sat. If oit-are planning a weekend trip.keep ,
we to accanplish any progress; our- j
Sat. The Sun square Jupiter is not aus- and Get to
it inexpensive.
simple : jour
selves and our children that we will see sane 17th Sat. The Sun square Jupiter, combined picious for forwarding your personal inter- destination before late afternoon, when the
forward strides. with other aspects, suggests careful attention ests or dealing with loved ones. Other plan- danger of accidents runs high.
-to your heart. diet, and physical welfare etary forces urge you to rest.
lath SUN. You accomplish much under
Thus, we say,>iow is .the time for Negroes in while in 'pursuit of pleasure. .. lath SUN. With the Moon strong in your the good planetary can aspects governing tin

Jacksonville to unite for progress.If we don'tdo lath SUN. The early hours -of today are sign today, you can plan to settle down to day Romance is highly} favored, and manyof
it now we'll never do it. favorable for advancing your heart's desires concentrate on necessary work activities. your financial worries are over.
and the interests of Much be accomplished this A.M.
loved ones. By afternoon can Itth Men. Some of your ambition will he
,. you will notice a change of pace. 11th MOIL Watch traffic conditions if you stymied this morning. Take this in stride; it
r :;- Ifltk U... Mercury square Saturn .brine* are an early drirer. Be ultraconservative in is only tempora't?r. Sidetrack strain 1 y being
Daily Newspapers Get Criticizm delays in communications and problems all financial matters today, no matter how understanding with others.
linked with business detail or relationships. tempting any proposition may seem. 20th Tu. Tho Now Moon puts the emphasison
Strive to play a subordinate role. 20th To. The New MOOD brings an emphasison your professional life. Find ways and
Some of the ration's Time went on to 29th To. The NeV Moon puts a special emphasis your pocketbook, cautioning you to tread means to protect all of your interests. Friends
most powerfuldaily report: "Two weeks a- upon work and health, affairs of de warily where any expenditures are concerned. and well-wi to end lunch counter pendents.. Avoid getting off on emotional Postpone plans for travel just now.
newspapers are comingin go *tangents. Don't let show.
your temper
2-70-55-68-3CapricornBorn --275.
for their share of sit-ins, white and 4-4)-77--( 865646.Virgo.

criticism and also boy- Negro Houston civic- 7-90-14-87--43-793: *

cott action, it was leaders thrashed out (;

learned this week. an, aggreement desegregating ..

In Jacksonville, Fla., the city's lunch Tauras

an NAACP ledboycott is counters. So there Born Aug. 23rd thru Sept. 22nd Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th

in force against: the would be no flareupswhen Born April 20th thru May 20th
17th Sat. Plan to spend the week end in quiet 17th Sat. It is better if you do not plan on
daily JacksonvilleTimes the change took 17th Sat. Effo'rts.--tO improve your present relaxation at home with friends you enjoy travel this week end. If you must be on the
Union and its place all three Hous- locale or bring,about better understandingwith You may have to look over your budget. road, pull off by noon' when the danger
family and loved ones can meet with Expenditures should be cutto the bone. period starts.Vatch your health.
afternoon affiliate the ton papers delated pub- success. Watch extravagant impulses. 18th SUN. Your.health may need your undivided lath SUN. Look forward to a pleasant day.
Jacksonville Journal. lication of the news lath SUN. Something can end on a -good attention today. Sidetrack CompetI- Changes will be to your advantage. Get out
week then note for you by late morning through activities tive sports. Spend the evening hours alone. and mingle with others. New people and
This movement; accord- for one of your mate or others. Later, there is for aspects do not favor social activities.11th places provide mental stimulation.
ing to Mrs. Ruby Hur- buried it on the back an emphasis upon pleasurable pursuits. Mon. With the Moon in your sign, take 11th Men. Prepare yourself to accept the delays -
ley, the organization's pages. Radio and TV 11th Mon. Mercury: square Saturn marks this the initiative if buying and selling are $sched this day brings. You must be able to
period as somewhat trying 'where personal uled. opportunities come your way, but face professional and business challenges rea-
Southeast Regional Director stations also went a- finances and possessions are concerned. Pro- be careful in financial matters. listically. Attend tfc routine matters.

' came about long with the tect your into sts. Defer to loved ones. 20th Tu.The New Moon lends you its energy 28th T.. Tho Now MOOD indicates that yon
failure blackout." : 20th Tu. The New.Moon brings a change of to help you turn this into a very rewarding must be alert today if you are to avoid the
through of both
heart in your dealings with people around day. Meet any challanges that crop up with possibility of inviting accidents or health
papers to report the "Other Southern newspapers you, but surrounding aspects show a need. the confidence that you will succeed. strain, especially this evening.a30412981.

facts: it regards to the have buried for you to be very cautious_ with finances 2-30-60-29-58-238.

recent Citywide riots, or ,ignored integration 1-30-22-79-23-183. -543.

and also "slanting" of' stones: before, but seldom ,

stories regarding the have they met such : GeminiBorn LibraBom AquariusBorn

Negro in the news. .angered reaction. All _

Other complaints' "three Houston papers ; ;>> May 21st_ thru June 21st Sept. 23rd thru Oct. 23rd17th \ Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th

against the local underestimated the ability SaL This is'no day to take any chances.
: ', of Houstoniansto 17th Set. Short journeys and social contacts Stay away from troublesome people and 17th SaL Stick around home base. You have
dailies ineliife refusal attract you,but there is some need for giving situations which can place a strain on your neglected chores to catch up with. It is ad-
to use proper titles find out the news top priority to home matters or interests of nerves. Postpone plans for travel. vised .that you skip plans for travel News
for themselves. The elders.Be adaptable and helpful lath SUN. Planetary orbs promise to give about a friend may be disturbing.
Colored
for in
wen IStk SUN. Greater peace! of mind is indicatedfor you a much brighter outlook for the future. 18th SUN. Strengthen ties with your mate or
the news, slanting ofstories papers were besieged you this A. L There should be a chanceto Many of your financial worries win disap others. If they are irritable, try to be under
calls. further'self-expression along constructivelines. favored. standing and cooperative. Keep spending
invar*. Ab 1 with angry pear. Pleasure activities are
y .
-Avoid fatigue later.
within limits. recreation is best.
Simple
In Tenn. the 11th Moa. Be realistic in all things to-
Memphis very
placing the Negro in Ifth MOIL Mercury Saturn make .
square can day. Concentrate on business and financial 11th Moo. Proceed cautiously with today's
the position of perpe- morn ing Ccenercial this portion of the month somewhat trying matters, which are under good aspects now.Don't work activities. Someone may try to under- t
appeal .has again been *in connection with personal affairs and ob let personal life suffer.2fth mine your reputation but action in this direction -
trator in the recent ligations. Strengthen family ties. ,is unsucces: aL Remain calm.
riot stories, and a the target of protestand I s2ftk T.. The New Maw puts emphasis upon guarded! Tu. in The all New matters Mooa pertaining warns you to to your be 28th T.. The Now Moon warns you to be

general disregard for later boycott !- health.-Spare yourself in every -way. Don't't attentive to tax matters. Mistakes made now
permit others to depress you. are going to be costly. Find ways to bolster
and later boycott constructive atmosphere.. Avoid tension.
objective reportingMrs. the resources of your mate or partner.
said. from an ar- 5-70 **- 9-87 578.
Harley action 0-10-6613 65-918. 320-55-19-33. ,

Houston and Memphis 'roused Negro citizenry.
-
In its current issue, ScorpioBom PiscesBom
_tiae Magazine stated Sporadic in action ; : Cancer

that the people of movement since 1957,cake the recent about -. Born June 22nd thru July 22nd Oct. 24th thru Nov.,22nd Feb. 19th thru March 20th

Houston, Tex. became ,

.hdJ.gnant and besiegedthe recently when a representative 17th Sat The Sun square Jupiter can bring \ 17th Sat.c Don't place too much reliance on
papers with g r o u p of some major financial problems or extrava-- romance.. Let the tide of affairs ran as it
local
Negroes arranged 'plK'r.'whkh should, if possible,,be avoided 17th Sit Plan fb hate a very simple weekend may. Concentrate on personal matters. GUrdapinst
'calls following agreement a Don't get off on negative tangents You are urged not to.strain the budget accidents tonight
of the papers to meeting with Frank .Ifth SUN. Favorable transits encourage you I Expense could mount very rapidly. Travel 18th SUN. Planetary configurations promiseto
Algren, editor, to to improve your possessions. Be ready to IS not recommended after sunset. bring you good news where your work
suppress a sews story meet your share of Some lth SUN. Unexpected benefits
x DSes. display are in store home and financial conditions are concerned.
there protest the daily's of, generosity is appreciated by others. for your including receiving payment of oM Get out and mingle with new peoples
editorial policy Iffc Moa.. Mercury debts. There be confusion in the air
Stated Use: : regards square Saturn creates may Ifth Moa. Lean on your mate or partners
> mental tension and Discount any idle rumors hear.
to its large stress where affairs of you for monllUPport. Business or personal dis4appointments
Waen does a daily your mate or relations with others are con- Ifth Moa. The morning hours contain some are possible. Prepare to
newspaper even with Negro readership. cerned. Exercise patience and tact .unfavorable aspects, so if you are driving them. Maintain an optimistic attitude. meet
ABOBg the inequities 2Ith T1 Tho "New Moon is excellent for be alert for all possible hazards. The evening 2Id T.. TL New Mow
the bestof intentions best puts emphasis
x giumng a distinct perspective dealing is spent quietly at home. on
criticized on marital and
partnership
were thepaper's with tan or neighbors Avoid atIa T.. The Now affairs. Thins; mayD
have a right to sap- people who. -are Mea lends strength to segos shaky for. a while, but be
likely to disturb s mpathuk
news neglect to we your health. your personality.! Bring your plans and idea anti,1IDdultaDdiq. Take care
a major toni&ht.
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preis
the .
into
proper titles fir. Negro limelight Watch your diet, for xouare
story in its ova tack 656-21-4 ..2.i1.. subject to digestive upsets.s40st31 .
wcacn, and overly eaphasize #- .. v .....
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yard 7-8
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SaturdaySeptember 17, 1960 THE FLORID.STABSocially .. rl.iks.
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Speaking Deaths.Funerals And About PeopleBishop


: and Mrs. S. L.Greene left England via
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? i the Queen Mary for return to the States The
JAVIS-Mrs. Willie Ree .
Florida ME prelate attended exeoutive meet
By Louise G. Guinyard of Rt. 2, 336A, St. i ingsof two World Religious Conferences in

Augustine. Zurich, Switzerland. The New York arrival is
SMITH- Rev. R. C.' of
"Hiss" Donna came to Jacksonville over the sq scheduled for Sept. 15. .
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week-end and was by far the most talked about Lawtey. *
FORD Mrs. Willie of
visitor we have had for some time. Her call 1 t r In New York City to attend the funeral servo
1416 Harper Street.
was not of a social nature howeverstrictlybusiness. ices of Mrs. Porter's auntare the Junes For
DISMUKE-G orgia of 68
._ ter Sr's of Jacksonville: who left by motor
' My personal encounter with "Miss" Donna came Magnolia Street. r last week accompanied by Mrs. Porter's mother
early Sunday morning when she dropped in witha L. JOHNSON- Mrs. Minnie : Mrs. Mattie Rivers and sister,>!fi.'ss Bana Vickers -
loud crash-investigation revealed Donna, of 1643 E. 19th St. sister of the deceased. The Porter's reside

far from being the graceful Miss,had clumsily HOLMES-Mrs. Lottie M., I at 5332 Minoso Circle. Mr. Porter s
I toppled an oak tree which fell across our *.. of 915 Walburg Ave. a faculty member at Duval Vocational School.

, front porch and dining room However, she was CELEBRATE NUPTIALS- The marriage: of Miss ELDER-Mrs. Hattie of '. # # *
gone in a flash, after making herself felt -in Dolores Seaydaughter of Mrs.Alberta SeayCity 1336 Powhattan St. Former Jaxons,, Hr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ricenow
several other places in the city and without and Dorniece Butlerson of Rev and Mrs. C. L. EiAWKINS- Mrs. Annie B. residents of Akron, Ohio, were recent quests
making any apologies, and of course we were, Butler of Colmeseneil. of 1945 Pippin St. of their daughter, Mrs. Marion E. Howard of
grateful that the ill-tempered madam 1 eft Sunday afternoon, Sept. 11 in the auditorium BROOKS-Arthur Lee of ; 2917 Willow Street. The Rice's were accompanied -

without further damage. of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, the Rev. D. J. Rt. 1, Box 280CosmoSHEALEYMrs.Rena Bell here by grandauchters: Sandra and Brenda
Gabon, officiating. The couple were attendedby Howard. A dinner party in their honor was
Frances Crawford and Clarence A. Robinson, of 1444 Jefferson St.WILLIAMSJohn given by Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Couch,1323 Vine.
We .have not heard of a hurricane party a s Jr. 'Reception followed in dining h al 1 of of 1309 *
such, but a number of persona were seen at church. Tyler Street. Vacationing: at American Beach as guests ,,1'
the clubs Saturday evening despite the dark (photo by: Avery) MASSANG4IC. L. o f Mr. and Mrs. William Rose of 1172 W. Beaver
I forecase from our weather bureau. 812 W. Beaver St. Street were Mr. and Mrs. John Cand two

The Sutton sisters, Marion, and Mrs. Lettie W. Johnson MITCHELL Rev. Frankof children of Fort Mills', S* C.
) Sutton Sowell; were among persons enjoyingthe Stork James P.O. Box 811, St. *

music at the Ribault Supper Club. PTA Events Augustine. Reports fran the recent national conventionwere
Others on the scene included Mr. and Mrs. Plans JAMES Jessie of 1048W. given Thursday night during the regular

Robert Heard, our Editor-in-Chief; ELcee R. Deliveries State. meeting of Pride of Maceo Temple 186 Indepen-
f Lucas (he's usually there), Wesley Scott, and In order to secure BATTLES-l-frs. Cora of dent Benevolent Order of Elks of the World in
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Durham, Jr. who had that membership of all 1499 W. 22nd. St.WILLIAMSElizabeth. Elks HOOle,712 W. Duval.Interesting: sidelightswere

"special occasion" air. Mr. and Mrs Artis parents and teachers, of given by daughter-delegates Mrs.Queen B.
Huwood an Open House programwas '630 W. Church St.
Camon, 5533 Williams, Mrs. Thomasenia W. Dorrell, Mrs. L.
Manor, boy.Mr.aad held at James G. Ayers, Mrs. luvenia T. O'Neil, Mrs. C. C.
Miss Elmira Bustamante is back in the city Mrs.Willie F. Weldon Johnson Junior Bowen and Mrs. Dorothy James.
after an enjoyable stay in Cleveland, Ohio. Demmons, Orange Park, High School" ThursdaySeut.35 Bridge Club Meets *

She was the guest of her brother and sister- Florida, girl. under direct- Among those having recently returned from the
in-law, Mr. and Mrs John Bustamante ( he is Mr. and Mrs. Willie ion of the institutions Officer elections for National Baptist Convention in Philadelphia,
practicing ) both former Jacksonville I W.22nd St. P.T.I.On the featured the of Beth-
a attorney Fore,1592 year Pa. was the Rev. A. Anderson, pastor
residents. boy. account of the first meeting of Los lehem Baptist Church.
,* Mr.and Mrs. Clifford large number of parents I Diamontes Bridge Club *

Saulter, 840 W. 30th attending meetings: : I in the residence of Mrs. Mable B. Uexander of 618 W. Beaver St.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jackson of New York I Streettwins) Boy & involved meetings; will Mrs. Frankie Summers. recently returned from Philadelphiapa. where
City (she is the former Miss Julie Mixonwerein girl.Mr. be held to facilitatethis I Elected were: Mrs. she attended the National Baptist Convention.
the city over the week-end to visit Mrs. and-Mrs. Robert years membership i Geneva White, president *

Jackson's mother, Mrs. Vivian Robinson of Town,5563. Bergman St. drive ;Mrs. Gladys Bry- A fall tea scheduled for Sent. 25 at 4 p.m.
1431 West 20th Street. boy. Parents of Seventh ant, vice president; in the church basement, will be sponsored by
They made the brief call to pick up the Mr* and Mrs. Robert grade pupils are requested Mrs. Frankie Summers, the Choral: Society of Grant Memorial A.M.E.

little ones, Victor and Yvette, who had been Weston,521 W. 21st St. to redsterSept.22 recording secretary; Church, 'Mrs. Beatrice Gay, general chairman
visiting their grandmother. boy. ; 8th grade, Mrs. Luvenia Newman, Announced. Public is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sept.29 and 9th grade reporter; Mrs. Emma *

Wright,711 Arch St., Oct. 6. First fall meeting of the East Grand Park
It's "off to school" and "back to school boy. The regular PTA:meet Mor an,treAsurerIrs. Garden Circle was held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
for the college set, and many of our younger Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ing will be held Oct. Wilhelminia Hampton, the home of Mrs. Blanch B. Williams, 2017 W.
citizens are experiencing that once-in-a-life Brabham, 656, W. 10th 13 in the bynnatorium \:. financial secretary; 17 Street. The hostess demonstrated soil t>reparations -
time thrill of attending school "strictly on Street, boy. Solomon Jones, P.T.A. l-Irs.Gloria Fortchap- for potted plants. Lectures were
one's Mr. and Mrs. EddieBryant,1770 president announced. lainand Miss Juanita
own. given by Mrs. E. Stuart, Mrs. M. Shine and
We are wishing our best for Miss Barbara Jean Cleveland Wrightbusiness mana- .
M. Evans.Mrs.
Bonner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Killis B. Street.. girl. Wedding Bells ger. Mrs.
Bonner,2006'Durkee Drivewho left Tuesday for Mr.and Mrs S. Odum, Following the busi- *

Nashville, Tennessee. Miss Bonner is entering 1702 W.llth St.girl. APPLICATION FOB ness session, several Hattie L. Jl'mescc(1Dl'anied by her
Fisk University. Mr. and Mrs. Percer MARRIAGE LICENSES rounds of bridge!: were daughter, Mrs. Thomasenia W. Dorrell, left
Royland 1138 Odessa Eddie L. Ellis, 2330 Moncrief enjoyed with attractive the city Wednesday to attend the funeral of
Rad, 21 and.Julia Howard, 668
Miriam daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I. prizes official Robert T. Dunn in Miami.
Miss Burney, Street, boy.of Brady Ct., 25. being won state Elk
H. Burney H of 1187 West 10th Street, and Mitchell Thomas, 1038 Haines by Mrs. Emma Morgan,
Miss Annette Harper daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. it.. 52 and Rose 'L. Pigford, 735 first honors, Mrs. .O OJlli.lO=OJlOClOZZUU"
William T. Harper of 1198 West 10th Street N. Duval St., 47. Gladys Bryant, second U ALL

left Friday evening for Fisk University.Other prizeand Mrs. Elizabeth 0 0
FiskLtes include Miss Marilyn Madry, daughterof flT.i2ITMtL Gily.rd, guest SCREENS D
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Madry 1437 West honors.

11th Street; Miss Leila K. Hickson, daughter : Active members are 0"8 MADE TO ORDER S 00
'of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hickson, 2602 Bunche Mrs. Fannie Bellamy AND INSTALLED 4.955 I

Drive; Miss Zeta Gibson, daughter of Mrs. Mrs. Frances Waldon, 11 AVERAGE SHIS
Sadie Gibson; Miss Mary Washington and BsaettWashington .Miss Annie B. Frazierand NOTHING DOWN-BANK 'IN CINCi00 00 .
children of Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Your Makeup ;Mrs.Thelma Geiger. Q FLORIDA ROOMS PAINTINGS

Washington, 1125 West 8th. Street. Most makeup tends to dry the skin. Therefore,it's wise to use a I Guests present were S I. ADDITIONS ROOFING SIDING REPAIRS 0
FAMUans leaving for Tallahassee during the moisturizing lotion under your face-do, and to remove cosmetics Mrs.Sara M.Richardsonand f| a DRIVEWAYS PATIOS D
week included Mrs Annette Taylordaughter of often.Here is the makeup process suggested by Anne Philips of the Mrs.Eli ab th Gil- U .IRE ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Howard, 1238 West 12th Norelco Apply Grooming film of moisturizing Bureau. cream to face and throat yard. O HUfRUmjEO., INC.. 0
Street;' Miss Marva McCoy, daughter of Mrs. Use a white liner or light de, H 1141 lYROUlM AYL ILJ.1 U. Jl
Irene McCoy, 1752 West 12th. Street; Miss eyes foundation and mouth.on lines around Apply ly rosier this than well foundation.back on JIO OJlOJlOIlOJlOJlOI ;
Lottie Morgandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert cheekbones. Blend forward,
Clayton, 1310 West 30th. Street; and, Walter but not close to nose.If face
is broad, shade rouge upwards
Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs.Walter Robinson, from cheekbones.Pat .
1970 West 30th Street. on powder freely,then dust.
c'/7 off excess.Press-very lightly }
There are many others headed for campus life -with damp sponge to set.
and we will follow through in our next colum. Repeat. 1
The James Joyners of 5713 Moncrief Road have Apply lipstick. (Details in an YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER

just returned from Camden, South Carolina anda other column.)

visit with Mrs. Joyner's Parents. r' Apply another eye makeup.column.)(Detailsin KENTUCKY BOURBON .

They were accompanied by Serena and JamesJrwho Take fifteen minutes to put on .
will be returning to Xavier University in ) your makeup. Have an array of '.,
mirrors-the three-way type are M
New Orleans, Louisiana, very soon. best. Do the job in a good light S .. 1s
Our own niece, Miss Judy Carol Grayleft last and remember that daytime .: ';:
should be daylight- .
week for a brief visit. in Barnwell, South makeup Checked. "
Carolina and then on to Orangeburg and South Coquette Cue:You can appearto ;"' ; .
change the shape of face ,
your
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Carolina State College.; with foundation creams. Choose '.:: r'-
three shades: one just right,one '.: ; ...
lighter, one.darker..The light '::- ;'
shade will'add' filling-in wrinkles ,: .
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and Mrs. Fred A Dixon 1902 Venus Street <,1; '
Mr Smooth on thin coat of foun and lines. The darker shade
have returned home from an extended vacation dation. will 'subtract'slimming downan .Y -- .
Blend cream rouge with foundation over-wide brow, for example, '; > ;' .
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which took them to Nassau. They report a veryenjoyable until mixture is slight- when applied at brow sides. : ). -
,stay on the Bahama Island.
,In Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, visited with ; \< ; ;
and Dr. WHEN .YOU ABE ILL : 1'
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hawkins, in Miami r' You, Seek Th Best Doctor : <
and Mrs. B. F. ,Jones, in St. Petersburg. They Whan Your Doctor PrwcrlbM ,. ". .
renewed many acquaintances and met many people t Get Cxp ritticd Pharmad -'
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from different places on their tours. To Fill Your Pmertptle :

Hrs. Dixon is the Branch Executive Directorof According. W*To UM Your Only DoctWsOrden. ,"- $ Y.
the A.L. Levis Branch YWCA and Hr. Th set Quality Drug ... Al '
Dixon is Bookkeeper at The Afro-Aaerican life Dr. C. e:. BlaakProprtyor R 0f -.;
Insurance Company, this city. .J. 1. $O .
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S : I
All members of the mid-term and June class of ..- 'J x;t
195JL: are called to meet Saturday night at 8 pa I DRUG STORE ::\ r: :

at Club El Dorado. Business of vital importance )'! 1917, Kiss Road EUgfei 3-27t 4''y_'ff: \:4i :
CALL
will be discussed. This is a special 1 A COMPLETE LINE OF:
meeting and class members. are urged to be pre- : Cosine BakbwGoeA Caadta SaaorteaPRESCRIPTIONS : -
CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED -. p., cuuat on MTUOH ca.ccaoumu.nv ,'; .: ,
sent and on time. ; '. ..f:,<: :: : ;_omen smiar tssaen Yl M ROOF ;f.
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Sixth AnniversaryFor Male Chor I
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Elder A. Hill k r.. Tenth

k CHURCH HEWS
E Tenth
.Services at First .
services of
Born Temple, 825 W. !
Monroe are celebratingthe Baptist
sixth anniversaryof Chorus will The Royal Palm Christian club will meet Sun-

its pastorElderA. I Monday Night, day at 3:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs.Mary Dixon
.. Hill September 14 $; at 8 o'clock President, 1754 Mt. Herman Street. Members are

through September 18. church, Deac urged to be present and on time since many important

Opening services were Byrd, matters will be discussed. Mrs. Edith

sponsored by Mrs.E.L. nounced. Woods, secretary announced.
+T Mrs. Emma *
Jones and Mrs. Emma
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: Phelps with Elder M. .w; pianist,

/ Ralin and congregation j the following A. Musical program featuring spirituals, semi-

Wad of the House of y known church classic and hymns, will be held in Mt. Ararat
k God" Saints of Christin +lRL .i- chorus ,groups Baptist Church starting at 8 p.m. with Choir

charge. FIRST MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE of newly located already been #1 of Mt. Ararat being sponsored by Choir #4

Bishop H. J. Echoles James Weldon Johnson YJCA, 648 W. Eighth St., as program of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Mrs.Eartha Harper
and congregation from met in executive session recently following Tabernacle will direct the Choir and Mrs S, Mitchell is

t tip of the repel Cap WaycrossGa.conductedThursday appointment. Shown areAlton Adams Jr(seated)) Mt. Ararat organist-accompanist.

young to these American oatsasathg, who night servi- chairman. 'Fran left, Sammie Davis, Ira Coker, guest groups, # # #

nuke our ooantrr asd ces sponsored b y Frederick Hendonand Ezekiel Bryant.Cccraittee Baptist Commemoration of its anniversary will be
oar place oommanitj In a better Mother Susie Gordon welcomes new members. Little Rock featured by Usher Board #2 of First New Zion
which to leer
and Deacon R. Thomas. (photo by Avery). Hostesses Baptist Church Monday night at 8 o'clock i n

*** Elder P. Given and male choruses the church auditorium A program has already
followers supervised Mrs Lucille been planned for the occasion. Public is in-

i Friday night's meet- Miss Maxine vited.

ing with Mrs. Rosetta, Christian Aid' Society Other 'Pro # # #

a Cohen and McKinley lights will Joint annnversary services of Districts 1, 7

Cohen assisting. Mrs.Queen .'\ and 8 of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church wilD b e
42nd
Elder Flax Howard AnniversaryChristian Hazel Gross,' C. held Sunday at 3:30 o'clock in the church auditorium

and members of First I ham Rev. C.J. Crosby, pastor, win be

Born Church 2 will ponse, Mrs. Alicia Belcher, Rev. west speaker. The general public is invited.
conduct the 11:00 Society #7 of Allen *
m Baety; duet,Nrs.Janie
worship with Mrs.Dorothy Deacon Thomas Shepard Evans and Mrs.Jaunita !and Union Gos An after service singing caravan will be held

Eutsay and Mrs. president, 'will cele- 'McLendon;historyeMrs. ers Sunday night in Jerusalem Baptist Church,1349
:- < L.B. Birds brate its 42nd Anniversary Male choruses Milnor Street Mrs. L. Manning of the
." '-,, > onsors. Bessie Imrram! ; piano sponsor
.'.; ': ".' "Jr: Sunday's 3:30 p. m. Monday night medley, Mrs. Alene SinaiSt.Thomas church benefit Announced.Already scheduled for
meeting will be feat- September 19 at 8 u.m Parker; Introductionof ssinia, Bethany appearance are the Congregational Gospel, \n elate -
LINDA j.M CNEAL ured by the Soulairesand in Varicks Chapel AME Officers and mem- ist Churches, Andrew McCa31, Sunbeam and other sineing:

New Stanton Spititualaires, Zion Church 1326 W.9th bersby Deacon Thomas ively, and the groups: Mrs. Alberta Lutinore will render a

Tribute is with Mrs.Brooksie Me Street near the Shepard Selection1Je- Hope Baptist solo.: AH singing oups are invited to participate -
paid to ;
Linda Davis and Mrs. Viola corner of Myrtleve.. sus Keep ,Me Near the Female Chorus on the proeram.Deacon Melvin Grace will
of
the 12-10 Vickers directing. Prow iin follows: also be heard. be master of ceremonies.
Cross" in of
memory
class. She is
secretary Bishop M. Baker and .s election Con c'recation' the deceased members; King of the *
of the
Nurses Future congregation: will conduct -' Scripture, Rev. J. B. solo, Mrs. Eddrena chorus contest A recital entitled, When Kathleen Sines:
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and o America Sunday night's Kinchen; Invocation, Wilks; Mrs. Marion also be features Miss Kathleen Crockett as one of the
class
at Day Spring.president r JJ services.. Sponsors, Deacon Melvin T.BrownSelectionConaegati P.Glover; solo, Mrs. between Eddie principal hiehlights St. Stephen A.M.E.

Mrs. Janie B. Gordon on Hattie Myberry; offering and Mr. Church's Miss Women's Day drive Sunday.Mrs. .
k**********tR and Mrs Clara Lee. Introduction of Mistress ;recognition ofvisitors.RemarksRev. General Olivia
R f. of ceremonies, invited. Cho will accompany the artist. Arthur Madry,

,i Mrs. Maude Campbell; J.B. Kin hen and program 1L master of ceremonies twill be introduced by Mrs.
Mistress of ceremonies Hortense Williams Gray.
chairmanclosing
School : .Mrs. Ethel Madison; remarks by the !,resi-_ YWCA Other local talent will appear on the programwhich
Guards Welcome address Mrs. dent. is being sponsored in the interest of

Return To : Lillian SaundersResBethuneCookmar- New Fall St. Stephen's annual women's day event. Mrs.
DutyAt -
r't J. V. Crockett. general chairman. Mrs. Inez

their : l School, Bivens and Mrs. M.-vde Taylor head\ the spon-
potts early Fla.
Normal r
I CItes soring committees.
in Anticipation of the r community Y-Teen
influx of students as Summer School ToDr. are in the ** *
school opened Tuesday New Instructors beginning their Star"r bservance of fourth anniversary: services will

1 were the experiencedand B. G. Bradley ings: for the commerated Sunday starting at 3 p.m. by the
veil-trained staff St.A tineSept.13.Classes .
JOSEPHINE of schoollU&l"da. for the 1960- the Royal Terrace Prayer Band in African United
THREAT
Queen I-T
Duval Vocational Charged with the Daytona BeachDr.. 61 college: year-began Second Baptist Church, 1129 tilnor Street. Elder E. Martin,
protection of studentsat Richard V. Moore today at Florida Nor- principal speaker, will head the program which
held
announced are each
Pepsi-Cola Dealers are busy traffic intersections that Dr.Brad- mal and Industrial also presents Mrs. Nettie Spates, Choir #1 ofMidway
afternoon
at 5
and s treet AME Church the Pilgrim Jubilee andEast
proud to salute Jose ley G. Moore has been Memorial College with Mrs. Ruth ,
phine of the twelfth crossings, the guard's I appointed Sumner Sch- a record enrollment. the advisor side Jubilee Singers along with others. s on-
supervisor Sgt.Charles for
Louise Stewart.
committee Mrs.
soring comprises
grade. She is This announcement wasma.de
a member Striven has ool Director for Be- club
&1readyV&n1ed' ; group. and. Mrs Bertha Bell. Mrs. Evelyn Bill ingslea:
of the Student by Dr. Puryear,
the public to thune-Cookman College.In Blue Triangle
*Council, class secretary drive carefully: and to makine:the appointment : president of the college Teen clubs is president.
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and a n honor be alert during school President Moore ,who revealed that schools
as a
opening and Homecrming meeting of Mary: McLeod Bethune Cr -
student.Jl.JfJl.Jl.JI..JIJI..
closing stated the present enrollment -
"I know with
the activity
hours. was held Thursday night at the home of Mrs.
Florida Normal
at -
: Guards reporting- the background that have as advis Sallie Baldwin,125l Hart Street. Matters o f
respective schools are Dr. Moore brines: to is the largest structors of importance to the organization were discussed.

H.H. Parks,HalT M. Be- this new responsibility during the past ten school. A new Plans for attendance-'to the homecoming: celebration -
I thune Josephine Stat- that our Summer years he has servedas is in the at Bethune-Coolonan were also part of
hem, Forest ParkjMarie: School program this president of the being organized
the agenda.'!;
,. Shorter Susie Tolbert will be institution.
; year one of L. Lewis *
Johnnie Simpson, Long the most outstanding Several new staff and and Junior H SD1day'services at Bethlehem Baptist Church
Branch; Hbrelle Jones in the i members have
history of Be- faculty
with school 9:30 with
begins Sunday at a. m.
Douglas ADdersoD School.
ETer- Mrs
; thune-Cookman Collca., been added to the
lena Norman, St. Pius Sheffield and Deacon Eueene: Sawyer in charge. During the 11
and in
Dr. Bradley G. Moore staff faculty
>Mildred Forehand, Oakland Vera Flowers a.m. morning worship, Usher Board 1 and Choir
has been a member o f order to fill vacanc-
; Grace Home.Da.r- ordinating the will serve. Sermon by castor, Rev. W.Cnm>Qdnvs,
the education divis- ies and to improve
cell Cookun; Callie Boy Scouts meet at 5:30 p.m.
DA&w'R"P.Ulig JacksoaVest Jacksonville ion at BethuneCookman instructions in general. gram: there.
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Duval Vocational and College. s in A new community
j Marie Jenkins ce ChurchRev. W.C.
for Blue Choir 1, St. Thomas Baptist
A. L. 1956.
Barbara is a membei Lcvis. '. girls and Neal, pastor, is. planning for its anniversary

of the 11th grad. ic Relieve being observance slated for Oct. 17 in the church.

where she serves a ic; I sneezing the Moncrief auditorium.
president.She is also due to. Mrs. Julia / *

a Student Council mar : h fever the advisor Beach Members are of celebrating Friendship the Baptist eighth Chuch anniversaryof Atlantic

ber group.
and honor student.. Use Dr. id's Grain Mounlolr its pastor, the Rev. G. Curry this week
Hobbies --
are reading,'ic CI AltIIt 01 COMfOM/l *
and ,
dancing
*** bearers Grand Union has been called by Deputy

II I Essie H. Campbell for Sunday at 2 p. m. in

Walker Memorial AME Zion Church, Madison and
Congratulations from Feert -- 109 189 211 215
Caroline Streets. Lodges
Cola to these three Merit rf ,
'W Award winners!, : 216, 222, 224, 225,,and 229 will meet with

A Ultca to Pepsi Merit Award d Grand President David H. Horton and members
salutation on Pepsi Gobi official the Grand Officers staff.;: This is an of-
nENTDIEVB [O, 1409
on your dial eaten I meeting.
W 10:45 to 11:" A3L *

t The Woman's Society of Christian Service, o f

Ebenezer Methodist Churchwill meetin regular

MAKES/2*: SKIN BLEACHES session, Sunday, September 18, 5:30 p. m., i n
the Social Hall of the church. The "Chart, and

OLD FASHIONED Compass" is the theme, and the program is arranged -
for general discussion. All members are

asked to be present for this interesting meet.
KEN KNIGHT SkQq1.14yla.m inl!.
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KNIGHT TRAIN dark spots The pastor and congregation of First Samuel
I.g PJt- 22.1 NKHTLr perfect powder Baptist Church, will render an after service

.pbpi poi.Dmmee SWEET CHARIOT base onar- in Union. CaIE pity AXE Church, Everson. a nd

oft : 1400 WRIK..1400 $1cin. Beaver Streets, Sunday night September 18th
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Rev. S. Andrews of Allen Chapel and his congregation -
'. 9:80 to loco MOKDJLY tin tAT will render an after service
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BLUES IN THE KNIGHT 4th.
Sunday night in September.Both
:'. lOIO-12 MONDAY ana services
SJLTUKDATi
Manufacturers of.Power's BergamoTht Jar with the in the interest of Women's Day scheduled

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p P ps SPORTING IT UP-1 I

S t .f y""ya.xr 'YK By John Johnson .

4 K' _L_ BY C PARHAM JOHNSON _

.215-Pound Fullback Called Barn fere It Lot WILT RAT BAKER Vancwmr.Valfcgettfcf > I

Answer To Pitt's Problem CHAMBERLAIN and the War attention with Us ImProved
lion ease to terms mortis before .
bfithf. Ea is second only
I Pm'SBURGHBudd1 Filter, the actual contract was to Davis fa !twig! Ml to JM.
f s head coach of. the Pittsburgh ted : -. /If GUY RODGERS He also handles himself well with
4_ y' Steele thinks be has solved one and EDDIE GOTTLIEB, owner the glove around first base .
: of his biggest problems-lack.. ol of the Warriors. fall to see eye. Infielder J. C. MARTIN San
: a baid-runcing fullback. bye on contract terms, the Diego a find of the Chicago
rlr y r. tike. Parker has been yawing! fora Tribe will be forced to we rook White Sax. has showed top per.
: rcc .7a" fullback since he took chargeof ka la the backeoort AL AT. formances at both first and third-
a''u' ?{ r qt the Steelen and be thinks TLES and BILL KENNEDY. At base. Another major league
John Henry Johnson win fill the ties playing Us college ball at prospect is Tacoma'a MATTY
a i need. North Carolina AAT. Kennedy, ALOU. He is a good outfielder
"If John Henry keeps on going 1 local favorite Is a product of and has a strong arm. He could
y. In the regular season as he has Temple University follow his brother. Felipe to the
doing the eahibitiaes, well havea =-----Joha Thomas topped San Francisco Giants
real good fullback Parker Os Ust of most coopeuUte i Davey Moore

drawled. Olympie entries, peas pbotog.rapbers world featherweight champion has
; Parker was impressed by Johnson aaiiqtqKEd The American been named "Fighter of the Month"in
5+JvI ;'45 when the 215-pound former Ugh tamper cleared leftS the semi-tnonthly ratings released !
Arizona State star reported to the feet six times oa a meadow of by Ring Magazine'I
Detroit Lions training camp ir I the Olympic VDlage to enable Moore who took the title from t
{ 4tf 1857. But Parker resigned u Lions paoiognpaen to bare six differ Hogan (Kid) Basset won the booI
coach before the season started eats shots. That was the day be or by his successful title defense ;
and had no opportunity to see fore be attempted to via a gold against Japan's Kazauo Takayama,
f Lit Johnson in action. medaL la the official meet, now ranked No. 9 in the division. I
I j, Thomas had difficulty clearing
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) y r 1 E 15 Yards For IDs Bill White Sparks CardinalsIn


Their First-Division Drive

S 4S. Long Touchdown Runs Led I
s zV With, the St. Louis Cardinals pennant if the pitching holds

I Ii Browns To 26-24 VinoPORTLAND focusing new attention upon up. _i

themselves as strong contenders *: I am now at 163, I think it's ;
Ore-Bobby Mitchell for the first division at season's
V $ Y az Y,' broke loose for two long end a second look is being Riven the weather. He considers his 1
a touchdown I peak at 165 or 170. 1t
(52 and 75
runs. yards) at three of the team's spark.
f. to pace the Cleveland Browns to plugs: Crowe who has been providing r
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a 25-54 victory over the San FrancisCo some strong offensive play ;
The three -= Bill White hard
,i e p : 49ers. The victory snapped in pinche, says "Bench strength I
hitting 1st baseman Curt Flood.
S : the 49ers' three-game winning ; is very important these days.There '
fleet footed outfielder and
big
streak. is always a place for a
W : .. : < Mitchell raced 52 yards to score: George Crowe, league pinch good pinch hitter. The moment t
1 -r in the second period to put Cleveland home run hitter. you let up. a younger guy will
in the lead and then grabbed As the Cardinals entered the take o\' r."

a pass at the line of scrimmage crucial series with Pittsburghlast In answer to an inquiry as to ;
r from Mflt Plum midway in the week White was .316 with how long he thinks he will be
JUMP OF JUBILATION final period and raced 75 yards 13 homers'and 62 RBIs. able to remain in baseball: be i

SA ROME: American sprint star Otis-Davis Jumps in the into the end zone for the ditcher Everything is going good is now 37; Crowe sari: -As long I
air'for joy after the official announcement of his triumphin The former Illinois! speedsteralso White said, "1 just like to" keepit as'I keep my eye on the birdie. ,,
the-40rmeter run here. Davis nipped Germany's Carl set up the Brown's other going that way." .
.: Kaufmann in an eyelash finish. Davis,' of Los Angeles, touchdown.: He took a short pass White's average this time last Apparently Crowe ha* been ,
; Cat,won.in 44.9 seconds, a new world and Olympic record.. from Lenny: Dawson and fought year was .341 with only 3 hom doing jUt that. When the reason .
; T5 his way to the one-yard: line from ers and 54 RBIs. started. Crowe was tied with I
where Dawson dove over on the Flood who has been playing Smokey Burgess with ten pinch

1l J. { ______u ______ next: play. regularly this season attributeshis home runs each. Crowe has J
better performances to this broken his own record three
\ im Brown Sets Another Record As fact. He says he's more "5ea. times this year with three four ,
; soned" as he is seeing. lot baggers In clinch moment ,
WORLD'S FASTEST FEMALE __. Wilma Rudolphof I more of the baseball." Crowe say if the Red Birds j

Tennessee State University, a 17-year-old sophomore -, Leading NFL Player As ,Season Ends Curt. who works on the public don't suffer any Injuries or hit :
won the Olympic Games 100 meters in 11 ------ relations staff of Anheuser- a slump theyfill' stay in the trace
seconds flat, at Rome last Friday. She is the first CHIQAGQ HL.For the third Busch. Inc., during the wintar as first place contenders.
I woman winner of the event for the U.S., since. consecutive: season. Jim Brown Smith became only the seventh more halfback'/finished second, months says he is still not hitting As for Flood who was hitting :
4 1932, and her sensational time is just eighttenths proved the greatest runner; in player in NFL history to gained in .a three-way tie In.-passing. : the ball as .he wants to. .251 with seven homers as the I

i ,Of a second behind that of the men's,record. the National Football League.But more than 1,000 yards intone The.former Penn State star picked *, "If I had a little team entered the Pittsburgh scr-
off 47 for 846. more weight '
this year, he established a season. passes yards. au, -Chances are ,oed.
record for carrying the ball the Ollie Matson Los .Angeles WU'third His longest gain covered 68' J
most times in one"season. with 863. yards 'for a 5.4 yards. i
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SS'S ; The average and Bobby Mitchell_ .- 5 1" 5. .
230-pound fullback of
the '
Art Powell the PhiladelphiaEagle > !r""
e A '.i. oQ e4'i .; Cleveland Browns broke the record Brown's teammate, was* fifth,' rookie "; !.
t .#S" \ r ; of Eddie Price the New with 743 yards for a 5.7 average. and .early season : I
of .
: leader in and. kickoff '
punt returns T
I York Giants Mitchell turned in the best F'THI@.rg ,
5 w when he made 290 finished third in kickoff 'I ,
; rushing attempts. Back in 1851, performance in one game with "returns with a 21.7 average'
232 yards and thr*. touchdowns
: Price rushed .
.271 times. .
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55 < .A kPFk.$ with 379. yards. Powell was COST
I i This season, .Brown gained against the Washington' Redskins ninth in punt returns with 124 r YOU.1lESS I

: 1,329 yards the second campaign on Nov. 15. yards for an a.2.5 average. I
i I in succession that he has Brown: who finished in a 4
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II I gained more than 1,000 yards. three-way tie for third place in Johnny Sample, of the Cons, !
; Brown had a 4.6 aver ge. Other scoring produced the best touchdown was the third in kickoff returns. ntar ua oooo II
j tan leaders included; output in the season. He He re- back. 17 for 437 yards

r St Gel : Ale Woodson leader in kickoff tallied five time against the and.1..26.9 avenge.Other lead. ,
Baltimore Colts ers in this department included
Nov.
1. His
t ... V) t returns. specialist The San Francisco returned defensive 13 son's total included 14 touch sea* Matson, with 367 yards for a 22& ,2 POwpi :ll.el;row aJt.J&S.24 )' ,RZ! :t

"F V9 b Qd xRai ,i for 382 yards for a 29.4 downs for 84'points. average, and Leonard Lyles, San I- j 1;
average; Smith was among the Francisco 363 for 22.6.
+ i His 103-yard top
scamper against sCorers Mitchell was fourth amonz
a { : At Los Angeles Nov. 8 with 11 touchdowns. for Those S
was the
.. 66 points. punt returners with 177 yards
Congest run of the season. S sy
'I Lennie Moore, the fleet'Balti for a 10.4 average.
Milton .
Davis. Baltimore, who who
finished in a three-way tie for

first place with pass intercep 1
tions. He snared seven. 'Frisco Kids See in.
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} ;5 s? : !; : Smith, Second In Rushing

: J. D.
p Smith. San Francisco
finished second in rushing with .
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r5J5 1,038 yards for a :5 yard average. Space Movie Riot

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The "battle of outer space" t eer 'of one and brandishmf

Contenders Retry might have provided the impetusfor. knives at adults.who tried to to
S : Hut cl Dew .a fight between Negro and
and Hank Casey. San Fraudsc white youths at the Paramount terrene. No one was serioutr.
will meet in a lO-round nSer' Police reported that total I.ant jinxed, however. ...-
a of fi.
< ,Sept.lmatda 28.at the Cow Palace here 40 Negro teenagers attacked five II No .reason was given for the t ,
white youths Jn thee'the ter. '$a> outburst and the attackers fled
just before two dozen police ar

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Wedding Bells All wets

Off Block Applications for'MarriageLicenses oJRLEJ 'Royal Crown' ,

Chips The Bottling Company IVIIIVONa'. IeAVINos"me'pt"t,
Willie .t. Thornton. 1145 E! _4r 1235 Sea M.ru II.L. action,excitement and Woody Strode9
Union St-.. 20 and Mildred I. acting add up to on entertainment frperi-
Ivey,. 1145 E. Union St. 20. a '-" $ net that's a ml gasser!"
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Dun 1440 W. 13th St. .
Paramount
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Chicago, IH, 23 and Ernestine FOR SALE
Edwards 25 H. St.., Charleston. plus co-hit-
week its hats off to the brave souls who S. 0, 24.James CCNfCCnCNERTGood .
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spent many, a" sleepless night trying to brine C. Curry 26 E. State St, Location- '1 went the
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22 and Janie L. ,
Williams. 1534 W.
a semblance of order to this troubled town. We 7th St, 20.DewJ1itt $50000Owner t trothh

must give much credit to the youth themselves. Maddox, Jr.. ,20 and Retiring dt dtr
They were aware of the fact that all of the St.Mary 20.Alvin.A. Bess 2302 W. Pal fox 241 V. State.11AIECUTS r rrrght!

smart money was being placed on their reck- T: Green 1658 Dot St.
lessness and lack of ability to reason things: 21 and Sarah F.Jones 422 B.Ty- wra. aI111aa01 wwr....
through so they fooled the opposition by keeping son St, Greenville N C. 19. For your next haircut Malt r
James E. Boston,. 5615 Minosa ROOSEVELT SUN-TUES He had saved her' tlife.
things "cool" over the week-end. Circle 16 and Henna E. Vaughn, I the' Artistic Barbet Shop. 619 ...now -
Out of every: bit of chaos comes* those who 1712. Jefferson St16. 3 BIO JEATUKES he a/most *
Robt. Stephens Jr:, Rt. 9. Box W. Ashley. Phone EL tttSL'C.
seek to advance their own causes by using: the. 434 C, 19 and Joyce H. Smith Rt. FIRST RUN regretted til
disorder to focus attention on their civic 9, Box 434 C. 20. EASTMAN.IU-llUlE COLORBi w .C.McCurdy,Prop.? Charles

ness". In this"town the same thing:: happened.On .Willie L. H.Manuel 1757 Francis Simmons, Her.TROUBLED '
St. 21 and Marie Battle, 1757
every hand could be heard the voices of those Francis St, 17. i .

I who claimed to have done this or the other to 't::=) -
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I help restore sanity. The truth of the matter, Send c r Bring Your News PROBLEMS? From
MONEY JOHN
is that most of the professional politicianswere IN "'.". s.l.tiea! .".iUkU.. Ifi
as scarce as hen's teeth A few were running ta To "theFLORIDA pT US THESE WO HITS! I *.trnctiM I.a.w.h ,y FORD
-folk. '"RHTTHM .......l the only
downtown "representing" the colored AND BLUES"

tabor Day was spent quietly by most Jaxons. STAR Filmed at NewPort Jazz JOHN WAMSTE&21 ,dlnctorlnhistory to win 4 .

The calorie charts ,really took a beating most Festival. Dept..U. ., Acad.myAwardstPis.ntedW
fen tO. 0" '! Cp .
I of the (i es y. Georre. "Fabulas" Lovery presided Main Off tee & Plat Action Western Hit SOUTH ArtlCA WARNER BROS. TECHNICOLOR si*,,"* .l

at crab-boil and"backyard bar-b-' ue. .The J32I MONCRIEF'RDNear "MAN WITH THE GUN" J JEFFREY HUNTER-CONSTANCE TOWERS-B1LUE BURKE fiOO y STRODE I IJAIIQ

faculty of Northwestern High entertained their Starring Robt.:...MltchumSKYVffW WANTED.Colored ; 1OWIa.:: wangju{s !44aKnthGS: .:[Ot.hy..gaLb ..Pax.FttO _
families and, had a get-to-gether the hane 13th Sbwt SUN-TUES Maid to liven NO SEATING LAST :TEN MINUTES Onc"D 1II+ FOR3 ill

of Jimmie and Lola Schell on Edeewood"Avenue.Yours 5TEV1 REEVES (\ Premises Good pay

f truly presided over the pit out at the References required.Call .
Also
Ribault. Jimmy assisted and had charee W.WTEDt WANTED! FT 9-9722
I Jenkins :
L "GIRL IN THE BLACK SIlK STOCKING"CONVENIENT
of liquid .items. sickens MitchelDot Villiajns, w Ir
Paper Carriers
experienced -
I Mell Doggett: Mary BryantWalter KoonCharles I in throwing ANt) THE BARBARIANS
Kelly, daily .! ]
r newspapers "
Donald were among those attending and samp- COIORSCOPEPLUS The Most TV EVER
2323 Moncrief R o d
line the burnt bird. Nacud Do gett and Jerry
I corner 13th. Street.
Margraves: fixed chicken and A rib ..then decided "LECH WOMAN"
to join the men-folk.. Win -$620 Mon Nite

II Passed by the beauty parlor and looked in on Be Sure Td Visit The. Fountainetfe '

our friend Lillie Sconiers, the lady barber. NEW MOTOROLA
J Lillie and kids are doing; fine. On the beauty Sundries

I kick, dig Barbara Bentley and her exotic mop.. 2025 West
I Hers and other similar creations in town are 4 +1 45th St. _
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SATELLITE
GOLDEN
: the work of Barbara Spears of Barbara's Beauty 1 For Your
Cosmetics Baby Needs
I Salon.
a Sad news reached our desk this week.Old timers Breakfast lunch Snacks Patent Medicines Sundries, I
PERFECTED REMOTE CONTROL
t still call Big Bill Bell's 1937 and 38 Rattler -:- Pit Bar-B-Q ServedFAST FREE DELIVERY-

I team the greatest.: His four ghosts and seven William 'Doc Jimsrson Prop. Call PO 5-4572 .

t rocks were known and feared all over the coun- -

I try. Last week death ,blew the whistle on Stanley ,Se,1o tl eentetJ. : :r: turns s.t on or oft I II
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Strachan in Detroit.Chris Ingraham, a high I Ir

school and college teasmate of Strachan preceded t aIfr selects channejs' ,swiftly, silently

f him to the celestrial gridiron a few Myrtle.Avc.and. Adahw'-< _PJibna El..,.41468 (brings them In automatically fine-tuned)
\ years ago. Both of these Miami boys were members = -. i
Medium .
Mullet .. Lb. 25'larKe ,., adjusts volume to four different
I .of the generation of Negro!; athletic greats Mullet .. ... ...... ... ..... Lb. 29c sound levels
who "were born too soon." Frozen Mullet Roe ... Lb. 9Sc
Seems as' tho babies have the strangest names Salt Mullet Roe Lb. 98c .
Salt Mullet mutes sound while picture stays onl!
SPLITS ... Lb 29c
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these days. George: and Sarah Washington call SILVER tL.0J
I j theirs "Stasi". Frankye and Haywood McGee took DRUM CMMCMthr.W..k at this lew ,ric. Lb. 29c4th 41 .
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No wires No tubes o No batteries
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I "Rocky" to visit relatives in Tallahassee over Spanish Mackerelli .' Lb. 39c .
: the week-end. Catfish, Fully Dressed Lb: 49c t t I

l!| Newest sparkplug to join the staff is Al Wise. Speckled Trout "Chicken of the.Sea" Lb. 59c II
Snapper Fillets ., ,59c I
Al is pioneer stock and hails from Canada .
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j by way of-the state of Maine. His byline will

J all of the paper. Medium Finest ,
be seen on pages for
Broiling .
1 Tell everybody that Jay Jay says it ain't so. sA w- i
I'm referring!: to the juciest divorce rumors to C BLUEFISH
.lb.
hit town in many 'a moon. First the couple isI Economy Take Out Lb.
I i laughing:: at those who.are wishing that the 10-Lb. Lett

rumors are true; secondly, he ain't left home C 39In C f "
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LB. e OVER-ALL
j. and thirdly, he bought his own Cadillac. The -i

above facts are the results of a personal in- DIA 3.< MEAS.; ,
I'terview. I suggest: that you check facts before I

'spreading rumors. Somebody may feet hurt. on second floor 263 SQ. IN. PICTURE

j The Misses Guinyard are walking with w ide i i VIEWING AREA =r. 1
j I strides this week. They have just returned from YJounq fllen's ShopStuJenb '
a trip to Texas with Louise's mother. wry w

t\ Report has it that Al Frazier has left the .' ;
I Bears and is now with a team in the American
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j I Football League. .. .
Cinema fans have a treat this week-end. The -
You're invited seethe
f to, ... _
r Ritz continuing to set the pace This weekend "

J Sargeant Rutledge, is playing This story shop designed'with you

of a Negro calvaryman doing the good old days in mind. the new
i j of the west is tops. Woody Strode, former UCLA ONLY J

grid great plays the title role. More and more .- -

stories are: coining out telling of the Negro's 1 + ,
5 part in winning the west from the Indians' : S C 0 0 ( -s-3i1 r t

fi i The Gate City Golf Association installed of- 21.OWLAUJ ___
1 fleers Sunday evening George Harris is t hei wo. tAS.i
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Ie installed, the group really put on the feedbag Delivers! I

A" menue of pilau, ham, salad, hot rolls i /

and liquids hit the spot Other members of the : 2L t d

group include J.E. Hutchinson, Frank Hampton, $3.00 ::: !: f.

Charles Brown, Bill Scrlven, Earl Kit chinas, :
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