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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:
September 8, 1962
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00627

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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 8, 1962
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:
UF00028362:00627

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Preceded by:
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: i; Toward Risk Of Race Killings early Wednesday" morning c.c.c
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FI "g :/ES A grand jury investigation in killing Negroes but finds judges
'; Willis McCall andS
;f e County Sheriff 'tossing the book' a$ Negroes for minor
to Orange
eputies leas switched offenses involving whites seemed, to be
fy this week because of what was
paying high dividends this week.
excitement or pre
described as 'undue No less than -three ,
the people" of Lake County. hit her several times
judice
among bloody murders were com-
-,' ***** about the body.
mitted in this area since
The McCall broke
case o.sii41.tWIS Willie Edward Hall, .
last Saturday, durin f 4
last week when two Negroes the 19-year-old son of

accused of rapinga 1937 which time came the the woman reportedlytold
ruling that stt one Jaxon
white
woman were gran- Brooks not, to kt -
ted a stay of execution.. Hi School Grad free in the slaying of strike his mother any- t sC

They were to have died his brother. more. The Hall boy gota .59 .
in the electric chair Here are accounts of the butcher knife from the y
MIAMI -- Miami University the gunfire wounded a
took
this week. killings that kitchen and returned to
graduate its white student from
young
McCall and Deputies L. lives of three persons in the living room. Brooks
first two here
Negroes fiver Vermont who has been
Clark and Jacksonville over a reportedly reached
G. James Yates into
Aug. 29 when Mrs. Evad- trying to get Negroes in
were accused last week day period: his pocket as if to drawa
Jacobs and businessman
ney C. this area registered as
of falsifying testi- Benny L. OT A aan was stabbed to weapon. The Hall boy voters.

mony at the 1960 trial deatb''on W. Beaver St. stabbed him under the NATIONALLY "Price Is awards winner
Berry received their Victim of the mysterious: TELEVISED Right" Mrs.

r of the two men, Jerry sheepskins ;along with early. last-- Saturday- ---. ,' left shoulder blade. shot gun blast was Jack Lois M. Iszard of 1179 West Ninth Street, along with her

Chatman 26 and Robert some 1.000 other t"! .,, :: ... ',. : Hall is being held pen- Chatfield a student at children Roxanne, Frederick, Reginald and Marcus are shown
Shuler 23. !'.1'_ ..,' ':fi ding the outcome of a
hon or e e s. .1.>' Trinity. College in Bradford admiring the shipment of many awards which are being forwarded -

McCall and the two deputies For Mr. Berry it was i' : homicide investigation.A Vt. Chatfield was tp the Iszard residence. The prize in the above category

were formally the culmination of a 21-year-old man shot struck in the arm by two happened to be 12-cases of assorted Grappette and Dr. Pepper

charged in a petition long in ','! and killed his common- the Co. of Jacksonville %
12-years quest k1 pellets, but after drinks compliments of Grappette Bottling -
presented to the court search of a college de- f law wife last Saturdayin treatment wa; able to L.L. Edwards, president, made the presentation. The attractive

by Negro attorney Fran- gree. Mr. Berry: graduated what apparently wasa return to the house young matron is the wife of Jerry Iszard, local op-

cisco .Rodriguez of Tarn- fit of jealousy. .. .
from Booker ,TWIasbingtxmln ertoc of Jericho .
'-where-.he.and other members owner Pharmacy. > h. *"*" -**> x --
:
pa. The 'charges stated t 1937. His part- Mary Alice Roberts, ''24, Jt- ol an integration ** ( Royal Art Studio Photo ) .
that Clark and yates died shortly after being
--
time study started at group are staying.
made plaster casts of shot in the left fore-
Depaul University in Ralph W. Allen a white Segregation's
the defendants' foot- 1950. His r em aiming uitBENNIE head by Emery Baskin. The member of the student Acquitted In Turns Self In
two, who lived at 908
prints from shoes in the
study was complete here nonviolent coordinating
W. Ashley Ct. became For Hit-Run Outlawing Sought
Clark's home.
of
backyard at the U. of M* committee voter regis- ;
testified involved in an argument Knife Slaying
The two deputies
Mr. Berry is owner- tration said there
group
during which time BaskinIERY Fined Public Places
at the trial that operator of 0' Berry's MCKENZT were about 12 holes left $200A jn

the casts were made in Magig ffity Driving described in the front door of the local man's conscience
morning by a woman LOUISVILLE. Ky.--Demonstrations -
the yard of the allegedrape School. He received his as his common- house by the gun blast. Of BrotherA resulted in his turning and picket-

victim's home. BS degree in Elementary law wife. police at Dawson said himself in on a hit-run
ing at the West End
Circuit Court Judge W. Education.Mrs. they are investigatingthe accident incident Wed-
Robert Earl Gilmore of Theater have caused the
Troy Hall, who issued Jacobs who received incident.The local man was acquitted nesday before Acting
1164 W. Beaver St. died owner of the movie to
the stay of execution, her BA degree in within two hours after Dawson shooting was of a murder City Judge Joby Jones. ordinance
declined to vacate the charge this week when request an
sociology and history being stabbed by Bernice the second such incident David Pinkney 32. of
order on Wednesday despite is the wife of Von D.E. the knife death of his outlawing segregationin
in this
with whom he had to occur area 1348 Francis St. was
McKenzy business places.
the arguments by Jacobs, a local junior apparently been fighting within the past week. older brother was ruled said to have been the
is the
"We feel it
justifiable homicide.
th state attorn eygeneral's school teacher. die
high Supposedly arguing Four Negro residenceswere driver of a car which
only solution to the
office that Cleophus McBride of
is also the daughter of
Gil- struck by gunfirenear struck 60-year old
about some whiskey, "
only the had 1251 W. 24th St. and his problem, S. J. Switow
governor Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
more is reported to have Leesburg about 19 bicyclist Albert (Alfred)
the to halt brother James, of the told the LouisvilleHuman
right an Crowder. Mrs. Crowder is
pulled the HcKenar woman miles east of here. The Freeman of 1126 Oakley; ,
execution.In same address, became involved Relations Com-
principal of Holmes Ele-
from the steps of 1162 I Y incident occured Aug. 30. causing him to be sent
ordering the trans- .4 in a knife fight mission. The commissionsaid
mentary. }
Beaver St. A fight deve- to Duval r ;dical Center
fer of the grand jury Albany Group'sIntegration following an argument on that other busi-
Cross Ilrllll loped between them where he remains in
probe to Orange County Aug. 18 after the older serious condition.Reports nessmen have made simi-
during which time the BASKIN
Judge Hall said: Mirs 0'1.111 stabbed Gilmorein accused the victim oi McBride attempted to state that lar requests because an
".This court deems it woman stab Cleophus with a ordinance would put all
his left chest. Infidelity. Fails Freeman was riding along
and Plan knife. Both brotherswere on an equal footingand
impractical inexpedient ata
NEW ORLEANS While Bernice McKenzy was Baskin was arrested Kings Road near Cleve-
to form a grand the FBI Investigates Davis Street address a ALBANY Ga. A group cut in the fight. land when his bicyclewas eliminate unfair
the
arrested at scene
jury in Lake count of failed to Testimony revealed that competition which might
Negroes
"threats of physical and is being held for little over an hour struck from the rear
where the alleged of- integrate the city's james afterward tried to result from different
violenc and widespread homicide. after the early morning by a speeding car.
fense, if any, might, cross-turning by slaying which occured schools here this week. drive his car to Duval throwing him against the racial policies.The .

t have been committed on Although given an audience Medical Center to get commission was
the Ku Klux Klan Roman about 2:30 a.m. windshield was broken by
account of undue excit- treatment for his wounds appointed by the Mayor
with the princi-
Catholic Schools in the Officers A. Jones andE. the body's Impact.
ment or prejudice among Archdiocese of New Or- Jefferson' apprehended pals of the schools they He was taken to the An unidentified white during stand-ins at
.." Medical Center by police the West End Theater
the people. leans sought to enter, parents
opened racially the suspect. Sgt. B. W. driver blocked the hi t-
Gov. Farris Bryant, in the students after he lost conscious- by the Student Nonviolent -
integrated classes this Kendall headed the in- accompaning? run car with his own
the meanwhile has with- told they could ness en route and Coordinating Com-
week following a similar vestigation. Baskin was were auto. Witnesses than
drawn the death warrantson smashed into a parkedcar. mittee (SNAC). affiliated -
move last week by our'Lad Jailed on a charge of not register their said the driver of the
the two men who were of Good Harbor murder.Randolph. children because pupil He died at the hit-run vehicle Jumped H with the Student

scheduled to die oc Church at Buras. assignments already had medical center two days out of his car and fled Nonviolent Coordinating

Thursday. September 6. The m$ launched an Investigation been made for the 1962- later. the scene on foot. Committee (SNCC), Atlanta -
63 term.A The preliminary hearing picketing was
Deitn Chair last week When Pinkney appeared
total of students was held before Justiceof conducted by CORE. .
when priests closed the 19 before udge Jones he
Chins Chairs Drive attempted to desegre- the Peace Genevieve SNAC members were
Ntfro Buras school following was fined $200 or 60
EDWARD BELL the three schools Medlock. Judge Wedlock1 s pushed to the ground by
At 8:33 a.m. Thursday a threats of violence.The gate days in jail. Jones said
switch was thrown in Ku Klux Klan reportedly A man was fatally NEW YORK A. Philip involved. A group of ruling of Justifiable Pinkney would have received the manager of the

the execution chamber at burned crossesin stabbed by a teen-ager Randolph, president of 14 appeared at Albany homicide was upheld by a $500 fine and theater and his lawyer,

RaiFord State Prison. 16 towns across the last Sunday climaxing an the Brotherhood of Senior High. This group the prosecutor Asst. .90 days in jail had he who were later freed of

Six minutes later at state in protest to the argument and a fight Sleeping Car porters and' led by integrationleader State Atty. Richard C. not turned himself into charges resulting from

8:44 Samuel Johnson school mixing "fe want which developed' over a a vice president of the W.G. Anderson, Gordie. the autbJri ties. the incident. t
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was pronounced dead by everyone: (to know the u.KlttXjKlan disagreement, about National Association forth included Anderson's 14-
television. ....- '' ....
a prison doctor. has! react. !- watching e Advancement of year-old daughter. -- -

Johnson. 44.. was thereby .jyatecfcin; Lousiana.." a George Brooks./43., of Colored People has accepted Anderson, who is presi- ,

executed as schedule spokesman said? "we 629 S. Lincoln Ct.. was the general dent of the Albany Cowing. Next Wi. k

for the Dec. 1959 shootVing ".'ire publicly demonstrating dead on arrival at Duval chairmanship of the Movement, said ")bat we t

of Putnam count our resentment to Medical Center after current membership drive saw this morning was a

Patrolman Glen R. Faulk." integration by these having been stabbed by of the New York (Manhattan demonstration of a well- "Will Tuckers' Ualeaize T" t tA

Two other Negroes cross burnings." The the 19-year-old son of ) NAACP branch. calculated plan to delay t provocative article concerning the latest upheaval in

scheduled to die on this Klansmen promised "to his comson-la wife. The Manhattan chapteris the Inevitable desegregation American Education. ,

same day .(Sept. 6) were burn thousands of crosses According to witnesses. conducting a crash of the Must reading for Parents. Teachers and all Persons interested ,

at least temporarily across the state" Brooks and Vivian Hall, membership program to public schools of .
in Quality Education.
spared only a week ago before their protest is the woman became involved enlarge the branch and Dougherty, ( Albany) Why do Teachers want Unions ? ? S\ ). 1.t

by a Circuit Court stay over. in an argument to enable it to engagein County.1 t Should They Unionize ? lr' '

of execution. The men A total of 154 Catholic when she refused to stop a dynamic program of Albany Police Chief What are existing organizations doing ?0 Jl u ,

jerry Chat&m and Tobert achool were/affected by looking at a television action on all levels in Laurie pritchett told What is your role ? 0 .' ,

Shuler.\. weFe convicted an Archdiocese order show. BroeKs'is alleged*,. the Harlem community. officers to arrest the ,

In. 196 a a,of rapin a this year opening all to have struck the wopanin Their goal is 15,000 group if they should lead Neit Week's FlerUa i STAB...:. !! -,

middle-aged white woman parochial schools to the face with his members by the end of even stop on the school 4B "

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ItiLDA W80TE8__.....-CtaM*. M..- i. "''-,', "- race, we don t talk of anything.
T ;: i '. ,. There is no such thing," Samuel E. Green-

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1. meeting at Hampton institute.
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different heritage than those
Jacksonville 1, Florida
of the rest of Indonesia and should
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brought about the Bunker Plan, describedby

Ild''I..dIIC.' For Africa Greenlee as a type of trial indepen- f

i dence. "There is no characteristic or

Net Hopikss Writtr Clitas typical Indonesian. It's a melting pot-
1 ,oub nation and to be different is to be Indonesian -

he said. ,_
The birth of independence in East
pangs Meeting with the for the past two
STRONG ACTION BY THE GOVERNMENT WILL GIVE OUR TRUE IMAGE group
Africa will produce a good many things 8NLY days, Greenlee recently returned from-a
that look bad to us--violence, onepartyrule
two-year tour of duty as Assistant Cul-

and a sort home-grown socialismbut -- .- ,-_ .' ., tural Affairs officer in Djakarta, spoke
the long-range prospects are not altogether -
also on "The American Image in Non-
hopeless.! Western Nations."
Edward R. F. Sheehan formerly .
So
says ,
Your In the eyes of Indonesians and many
with the u. S. Foreign Service, in an Weekly people of newly independent non-western
article which appears in the September
nations, the united States assumes a
issue of Harper' Magazine.
"guilt by association the former
"During their early years, the new East :'::1t Horoscope Guide University of Wisconsin athlete said. He

African regimes will probably seem more also pointed out that "sophisticatedjudgments"
parallel in appearance to the communist
by the people are not developed -
system than to our own, and in fact, they
betweenthe
to
enough distinguish
may borrow freely from the Marxist test- ly' PABLO Til ASTROLOGERWHICH United States and their former mas-
books in their impatience for rapid development -
DAYS FOR in to their intentions.USIA .
," he writes. ARE YOUR LUCKY ters, regard

"But I do not believe that these countries BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL agents seek to separate the United
from colinial "but the American
powers
will actually turn communist. What-
ever their other imperfections,the African .' picture is often chromed up and shiny

politicians do not intend to evict British .and not representative, Greenlee said.
ARIES artistic interests. A trying to hide or wish than none. You can be observed students
that Indonesian com-
He
masters only to welcome Soviet ones. Born March 21st thru dark cloud may be injected away (9th). Your efforts sure that you will eventually States often dis-
his article Sheehan examines life ing to the United are
In Mr. April 19th by the disbelievers may be nullified by restrictive have your way as their
illusioned and embittered through
in Tanganyika and Kenya, explaining what Now you see it, now you but it can be conditions, or long as you cultivate "They tend to
first hand experiences.
is going on, there today and what can be don't. This is quite descriptive quickly dissipated wher the lack of ready funds patience and forbearance. and most
identify more with the Negro are
tomorrow.Concerning .
expected of this second you have unshaken confidence (12th). Take advantage of 9-10-99-16-54-915 "
the African Sheehan embittered by racial discrimination,
people,Mr. circum-
quarter. You my believe in your own ca- more propitious
believes that part of their troubles stems CAPRICORNBorn he said.
that you have everything pabilities. stances to obtain the
from the fact that in a mere decade they boost from those Dec. 22nd thru
sewed up on the 9th 450221884452C needed Tragedy Awaits The End 01 A Miracle,
have emerged from the stone age into the on good evidence, onlyto who have the pouer to Jan. 19th

twentieth century. discover that,the con- ANCERBorn get thing done. You may consider this as There Is Time To Correct A Danger

"Their traditional' structure is breaking ditions are unacceptableor June 22nd thru 5-10-33-14-36-514 a very favorable period ,

down, and the African, who has not ,had that official regula- July 22ndIt on the whole. Your per- THERE is at least one recurring miracle

time to digest the Western substitute, is tions restrict you. Thereis LIBRA sonal participation in along the roadways of this city: that

left 'rudderless and bewildered, he a possibility of going is noteworthy to be Born Sept. 23rd thru projects that comprise miracle is that to date there has beenno

writes. "Witchcraft, beer, and sex are through secret channelsbut practical and realistic, Oct. 23rd partners friends and vehicular slaughter at the innocent-

possibly the three most potent influenceson this could Involve but it does not make life Pay close attention to the home, should turn looking but treacherous intersection at
very exciting or fulfilling what your associates have out agreeably for -
African behavior, and that includesthe sacrifices on your part everybody Thirteenth Street and Moncrief Road.
as a rule. This to suggest, for this may concerned. You may
behavior of many of the politicans. that are not easy to acute
The danger here lies not so much
is the
Concluding his article, Mr. Sheehan says, swallow. Don't permit subject of deep enable you to uncoveran be somewhat averse about in the north-south, east-west approaches
reflection ,
if you run into -
"Despite the crueo complexities of the people to waste too ouch opportunity you would committing additionalcash bat in the blind
right turn motorist
it. Should you be unattached a
in order to bolster
otherwise
problems these new countries face, one is of your time and energyin pass up. Should must make when
consult your business social entering Moncrief north-
have notions that your or
you any
somehow optimistic about the outcome. Not the name of friend-
true feelings instead of chance standing. If you have bound f om Thirteenth, and in the equally
trust to
only most Africans and ship, it does you can
are gregarious as not seem obscure turn involved when
your material interests reason to reverse your entering Thir-
goodhearted given the opportunities that their motives are impLeaent your monetary
; proper when reaching a final de opinion, and you should teenth eastbound from Moncrief, without
they are clever and quick to learn. wholly unselfish (12th cision. Doubts could returns find out to you are apt to have follow this up with benefit of "SLOW" sign, 'STOP'si'gn
chagrin
Violence will continue the extremistswill 13th). your
; prompt action. "CAUTION
but or light.
creep up (12th) you that the opposite may beth
have their day. But the future of 8-60-77-13-66-667 should wait until the e case (10th-12th). 4-80-44-18-78-484( THE entire intersection, however, is

Africa belongs, not to the Kenyattas, but TAURUSBorn 13th to determine whether Those who are dear to AQUARIUSBorn fraught with collision potential. The

to the Nyeres. April 20th thru you should give them any you may need your sup- Jan. 20th thru heavy increase of traffic shunted onto

No Fit* Ribs !I. DMNCWV May 20th consideration whatso- port and affection to Feb. 18thIf Thirteenth since the advent of the Expressway a

There 'always are people ever. If the past and ,cheer them up. Respondto it is your desire to and the added traffic burden

Urimi UofM Htri Cliias who put status or social present have not been your kindlier and more shut yourself off from absorbs as a north-south approach to the

position ahead of the entirely fulfilling ,generous impulses. the rest of the world, Expressway makes it essential that some

The American Negro must give increasing dictates of their hearts.A there is no reason why 1-90-55-19-48-195 with your favorite newspaper manner of halting or reetraining traffic

attention to the obligations and responsibilities careful analysis of this situation should be SCORPIOBorn you should find device be installed at this hazardous

of our society, according your true feelings may perpetuated in the Oct. 24th thru no end of interestingitems crossing.

to Dr. Whitney Young, jr. executive director enable you to avoid mak- future, Nov. 22nd aud excellent SUCH a safety precaution should be especially -

of the National urban League in Ing such a mistake. Those 7-3)- 6-17-98-726 Brains may get a person business opportunities. considered now with the reopeningof

his speech before the first general assembly who flatter you. because LEO quite far but he or she Do not get discouraged the schools. For' a certain period each

of the Fifty Ninth Annual Conven- you enjoy a certain Born July 23rd thru :an go much further when should you meet with rebuffs schoolday morning, and again when school
tion of the as they are not ends in the afternoon the
American Teachers Association position of prestige or Aug. 22nd they are accompanied by ThirteenthMoncrief -

Convention in Miami. "Democracy gives no responsibility could be This should be another individual charm. This indicative of any lack intersection is heavily travelledby m

free rides" he said. the first ones to let you favorable to should be an excellenttime of success. Even if the children walking to and from New Stan- 4
period con-
Dr. Young told the audience that there down once y air useful- clude matters that to bring your ward- number s ands ominousto ton High and Isaiah Blocker Elementary

has been a strong natural bond between the ness to them has expired held up. for one reasonor were robe up to date or to you, victory may crowD Schools.Added to thisthere is the twice

American Teachers Association and the ur- (12th). You should allow another during the make any of the obvious your efforts. -a-day movement of school buses and kin-

ban League over the years. over 6,000 Negro your natural friendlinessand last quarter yOU may changes that would enhance 6-30-22-12-69-630 dergarten carriers intersperced with the.

teachers, principals and counselorsare spirit of fair ,playto find it possible to your personality. PISCES daily volumn of vehicular traffic, thereby

currently serving on local Urban prevail (13th). The apply a little pressure something you have reador Born Feb. 19th thru creating a dangerous situation in the absence -

League boards, committees and Career Club rewards may come in the from behind the scenes, that a friend has suggested March 20th of traffic controlling factors.

programs, all in the interest of bringing form of hopes that are should you hace accessto may imepl you to Don t get your signals I

better opportunities to Negro youth. fulfilled, and of future Influential quarters. make a long-range deci- mixed if you wish to make 1

The convention was cautioned that thereis happiness being assured. Your associates co.uld sion that could alter the further progress during I ,
N Nq.
much to be desired before equality is Yon may call this your run into difficulties. tenor of your life to this better-than-average ., af11 i.1

reached in America. Dr. Young gave a real- lucky day when you describe you would not do them a your advantage. quarter The 9th is madeto

istic list of statistics, pointing up the it in the future bit of good if you add 3-20-68-13-83-328 order for spiritual'

gap between the present American Negro to an interested au- to their torment by be- SAGITTARIUSBorn is well as material pur- ..N K
di r
status and full American citizenship: ence. coming critical. In fact Nov. 23rd thru suuts. Should you have

Twice as many Negro citizens are unem- 2-30-11-16-97-231 it may even drive them Dec. 21st an urge to apply yourself | ...,.
ployed as whites. Negroes represent only to seek other connections > You can be a very determined into them with all your I j

12 percent of those in professional,managerial GEMINI where they can find more person when you heart and soul. YOU asoas s t ,

and technical occupations as com- Born Hay 21st thru sympathy and under- make up your mind. The may also meet a very inspiring I tsl M

pared with 42 percent of the white popula- June 21st standing. challenges that confrontyou person should you *
this week be attend glamorous social ,
may
tion. In housing Negro citizens are more
before. 6-40-44-15-75-641 calculated to make yon affairs. Depressing or
segregated than ever EducationallyNegro
children get three.and--half years Those of you who are VIRGO all the more bent on restrictive influencesmay
back on the treadmill Born Aug. 23rd thru achieving the goals you cause yon to falter,
less schooling. in health, the Negro still
should manage to give an Sept. 22nd have established. Cir- bat you should snap back
seven years sooner.
excellent account of The willingness and cuitour tactics are more before they get too tight
Other convention speakers are Dr. KennethB.
themselves. You can make ability of your mate or likely to be effective, a grip OB yon. Business
Clarke, director. Northside Center for !
giant strides by strengthening professional advisers to than those that are blunt or pleasure trips may FIGHTING GATOR SQUADRON COMES HOME---VP
; Child Development in New York; Dr. Allison
your contacts remove the w cries or obstacles and direct. If you have have their beginning 741 Florida Naval Air Reserve patrol
of education
Davis professor Diversity
with individuals or that have brought made the most Judicioususe early on the 13th. They squadron re-called to active duty for the
i of Dr. Horace Mann Bond dean of
Chicago; organizations that can you to a dead stop &ouldnot of your private con- are likely to be eminently "Berlin Build-up" last fall, will revertto
the school of education Atlanta Univer-
', utilize your spdcial be belittled. A nections, yon may anticipate successful and satisfying reserve status this week. One of Navy s
sity; Dr. John U. Jfonro, dean of: Harvard abilities. You should friend can set you certain concrete and pave the way. top Vanning squadrons, the group was deployed -

College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and also go ahead with projects straight in your thinking results. They may cot be for additional advances to Guantanamo, Cuba, twice in past

Dr. Eli Ginzberg, graduate school of business .that have to do by speaking frankly about entirely fulfilling, buta later in the year. year. CDR Richard 0' Reair, Jacksonville,

Columbia University. with housing and your the matters im: may be slight gain is better 8-40-33-17-23-843 is coaaanding officer.Pitt. .



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Labor Day has come and gone, leaving us to re Ja t

fleet on pleasant events occurring over the weekend -,
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lawns and patios EVERYONE )
must have givena to t
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party. -
-- L It Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. John
We wen happy to get in on the act at a gather- z : '
% S ear I Bennett; 1442 W. 24th, Clover; 1311 W. Cleve-
ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Jackson,
t ..)! Street; Boy., _land Street; Girl.
5826 Cleveland Road, which was quite, lively and fI : '
I Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
enjoyable. Miss unita Barnes, James Fowler,. The
Brown; 3758. Freeman Durham; 1485 W. 13th
Emerson Browns, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wallaceand I
r Road; Girl. tI Street; Boy.'
Mrs. Lillian Stukes +
were among guests. I '
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie II r. and Mrs. Leroy

; Jones; 3350 Ardisia Pinkney; 2114 Mars
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Mr. and Mrs. Mingo
Friends of Miss Alyce Joyce Shipp are giving hera ,
: : : Stiles; 2967 W. 45th Gall bel; 1441 Wilcox

happy "send-off as she makes plans to leave % ,' Street; Boy. Street; Girl.
for New York City where she will matriculate at
Mr. and Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Columbia University this fall. .. .'". .j
Brown 1572 Spearing
: :t : Shuler; 4441 TrentonDr.
Miss Shipp is a graduate of Bethune-Q okman College '- '" -' : -;: '.. Street; Boy. ; Boy.

Daytona Beach, with a major in music. Extra '' ;.. '..,' .-..'-.'"', 'i ,."' ; ;'J Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Mr. and Mrs. Charles

activities engaged in while on Bethune's campus : : > ": tv Y Davis; P.O. Box 402 Thompson; 2372 Lantana

included membership in Gamma Tau Chapter of Alpha :' : ,:, : :": ", :! Baldwin Florida; Boy. Avenue; Girl.
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Kappa Alpha Sorority, and membership in the Kappa .:if,1 ': and Elliot
/ \4 Mr. Mrs. and Cicero
Mr. Mrs.
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Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa MU Honor Society. -____ : ..... .._ ,. :;f\-/_.. ...:... __.:..;. ... : : DeBose: 7039 Ken Knight 'Baker; 1910 Venus St. ;
Miss Shipp also holds the distinction of graduating A : East; Girl. Girl.

Cum Laude and being elected listed in the 44 s :; :: .f'-:; :,,, :. %tr : : I; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence

1960 edition of Who's Who Among Students in t j : { Harrison; 2734* Davis .Sorrye; 1836. Bfewster

American Colleges and Universities.The Street; Girl. Road: Boy.

talented young lady, daughter of Mr. and .. <_,4! ; : I tj; Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar

Mrs. N. W. Shipp of 2822 Davis Street, has been ; ...? ''f. II .. ,:>'_ .. Joseph i; 1140 W. 25th Watson' ; 1479 E. 23rd

appointed as a General Teachers College Fellow / AgI "" Street; Girl. Street; Girl.Choruses .

for the current school term. ; .,. ., Mr. and Mrs. James .
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Mr. and Mrs. John Tate; 10th
Set For Sept.
An October wedding has been planned by Miss 5529 Minosa Cir. E. : -.
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Unlta Barnes and James M. Fowler. Girl.

The announcement comes from Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mr. and Mrs. William The Mal c Chorus of

Barnes of 2561 Crawford Street, parents of' Miss t: Green; 720 Ct. F. ; Boy. I Little Rock Baptist ..

Barnes.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur De- Church 'will present

Fowler is the son of Mr.,, and Mrs. Theodore Bose; 1531 Lee St. ; "Male Choruses on
Parade" Sept. 10 at 8
Fowler, Sr.- 1674' McConihe Street. Girl.

The bride-elect is a senior, at Edward Waters Mr. and Mrs. Isiah p. m. in :the church
auditorium.
College. Cheesebough; 1607 Ever--
.. Serving as organists for
.ItEEE son Ct. ; Boy.
Ate and'Mrs. the program will be Sammy -
tEtE tEEt tt t ,tttt,, tt Mr. James
r Davis and Cecil B.
L.
L S r e Butler; 1474 Windle .
Fisher. *
Bridge and other social groups are dusting off Street; Boy.

cobwebs in preparation for a busy and entertaining _

fall season. With the El Dorado Club open

under new management, we can expect to spend y,4

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houettes Club met in the latter spacious Mon- CELEBRANTS FETED-Following their Sunday afternoon matrimonial ceremony in Cordele, Ga. Mr. and c

Mrs. Joseph Rholac were honored with a sumptuous reception at 6766 Hemar Drive. in top photo from
last I
Grief Road home Thursday evening. l
r Mrs* John Grissett, welcomed as' a'neadditionr 4 left are the- Johnson children Barbara Ann Hall, G. Bryant jr. Mrs. Roberta Hall, William Allen, I __ n

the group, walked with the whist prize for the Miss Mary L. Lee, (the honorees), Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph Rhoulac, Walter G; Lee jn ,- ,Deacon L.' H. *..... : h r'U/llMD4e

Hall,, Mrs. ,Amelia Bryant, Mr. Hawkins, Mrs. Ellen H. Allen and Mrs. Nellie H. Allen. Bottom.photo I
evening. Hadassah Bullard topped the bridge
Mrs. r
list. ... from left: Miss Rondinee JohnsonMiss Gloria Watts, Mrs. Roy Martin, Mrs. Emma Denard, Mrs. Lillie '.' ....:.<,<...w.. .._..:,...' ;.

Rhoulac, Mrs. Mungin, Mrs. Daisy Harris, Mrs. Irene Bryant, Mrs. Horace Johnson Mrs. A. Jones,
Mrs. Margaret Pleasants, Mrs. Norma Bland, Mrs.
Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. John Ross and Mrs. Cola McCoy were also present.
Florine Smith, Mrs. Almira Wilson, Mrs. Carrie J)
(Billy Brown photos) Boys' and Girls'
Parsons, Mrs. Gloria parsons, Mrs. Norma White -

(president), Mrs. Betty Howard and Mrs. Mary ( FlannelLinedBoxer

Floyd were the other participants in Silhouettes'first Applications For September Celebrants

meeting for the current year. \JJi '

Bethany Group Marriage LicensesJames I
Vtttnms' CbbHetts
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H. Cone Sr. 74.
Observes Annual 1453 W. 24th St., 35 and LOQgies
3891 Grant Rd.". 47 and
Carolyn Joan Gamble,
Services SundayMrs. Sunday Callie L. Johnson. '1141W. 1354 Steele St., 25.

RUth Jackson will 9th street 51.
Members of the Young Robt. E.! Harrington Only
be the principal speaker Veterans' club James T. McQueen, 58 50
are reQuested -
1645 W. 3rd St. 19 and
Sunday at 6:30 p.m. when to attend the Paris Ave. 20 and
Henrietta Clark. 4510 N.
the Sons and Daughtersof regular monthly meeting Jeanne E. Jernigan 2357W. ib "
Japonica Road 20. A
Bethany observe their Sunday, Sept. 8 at 9:30a. Edgewood Ave., 21..
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Raymond Caldwell 1149
Thanksgiving Services lIt .m. in the YMCA. E.H.Denef1eld Jake McCants. Jr. 1195 9 Regularly
Palmetto St. 20 and Q
St. Stephen fUE Church. president, W. 21st St. 28 and Thomasina R. Hooks 759 $1.39
All members are re- announced. Lorine Jackson. 1346 W.
Van Buren St. 17.
quested to be in uni- Final plans for the 7th street 18.
Andrew L. Foster 1410
form. Members of St. annual social to be held Walter F. Overstreet, ,
Wilcox St. 43 und -riM ,
Stephen, friends, and Sept. 14 in Club Eldorado Ft. George Fla. 20 and Marjorie E. .1 1mes. 1410 :; ? 0J

the general public are will be foremost on Bobbie L. Anderson Ft. Wilcox
St. 43. i:1 ":
cordially .invited to the agenda the presi- George, Fla. .18. Woodrow Cam, Jr. :,.: -

attend the services. dent stated. Rufus 'Williams, Jr. 4030 Lockhart Dr., 20and ,. if.j1 ,. .,
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Baldwin St. 19. ,, : f .: :

Eligah Lee 642 W. w -SIN

-,'- Church St., 31 and Mary
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It. Grier 3924 Davis St.


now itS Pepsi 17.Edw. Wilson Walthour' "

1525 Madison, 22 and A BEAUTIFUL home ceremony Saturday evening,

rJ for those who think Catherine A. Mitchell Sept. 1, Miss ,Beatrice Emanuel Lewis, the daughter Now outfit your boys and girlsjor the whole Fall
young 1412 Louisiana St., 24. and Winter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, became the season-at tremendous savings.Theseare
"' Obedlah Arnold. 1756 W. the warm slacks like in cotton
I bride of Ralph Miller, the son of Mrs. Lovenia you corduroy
42nd St., 36 and MarthaL. sharkskin, denim, flannel. every inch lined in
Bisbee in a double ring ceremony performed by
soft-napped cotton flannel dark
Dickerson, 1756 W. Bright colors,
Rev. ,J. B. F. Williams district superintendentof colors-hurry in, stock up oh plenty at plenty
42nd Street, 26. the Florida Methodist District. big Kress savin,.. Sizes 3 to 6.Seamless.

Leroy Jackson, 1722 Mc- (Royal Art Studio Photo)
A 3.UT __ Coy Bird. 20 and Mary -

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Educators Stage One Day Workshop I In Stanton Vocational_ High i School Here

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recently held at Stan- John Saare, Mrs Addle Rasberry. PTA Consultant; Mrs. Ella Jones and Mrs Janie
A ONE DAY workshop in Problems Affecting Adult Education was administrators involvedin Jenkins. Rev. J. S. Johnson and David Brown. Not pictured is Johnnie Shaw, consul

ton Vocational High School. Over one-hundred teachers and which tant in Public Relations StandingArea Coordinators George Cash W. Edward Henderson -

the Duval County Adult Education program participated in the at the sessions Adult Education were and William Scott. W. Devaughn Sweet, principal of Stanton Evening School and

held in the school auditorium. Consultants and participants R. C. pullens, E. Adrian Oliver, visiting teacher (Royal Art Studio Photo)
Workshop held at Stanton Vocational were: Dr.A. S. Anderson. -

Beauticians Begin First Of Workshop Series Baldwin Church Mrs. Essie M. Thomas
Zion Hope Choir Woodlawn Presbyterian ,. -_. ......- -- ". -

Celebrates Fete Church Notes __ Plans RevivalRevival Celebrates Anniversary

BY L.N. PEARSON. SR. meeting will be
10th
September
Mr. T.V. Huger superintendent held in St. Paul Baptist September 9th

Choir 3 of zion Hope of the church Church. Baldwin be- Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas

Baptist church will observe School will rpen at '+: yre ginning Sept. 10 and will observe her 17th anniversary -
its anniversarySept. 10:00 a.m. and is asking ; '
tlz'r v continue through Sept. Sept. 9 at
10 at 8 p.m. in all teachers and officers 14. .
; 8:30 p.m. in the educational -
the audit '. i.ir.: of the to be on time eo. !. Devotions will be con- building of Mt.
church Sunday September 9. i,
ducted each night by the \ t Baptist Church.
Some of the participants The Morning Worship
-
deacon and deaconessesat
:', ; ; Door prizes will be
are: Rev. S.L. service will begin at 7:30.Rev. awarded
,1 ,
Donald. Deacon W. Williams 10:55 a.m. with Rev. F. ;\f :' W.E. Young pastorof Guest singing group
Choir 2 of Ever- D. Wilson, minister Tabernacle Baptist ill be the Thunderbirdsof
green Baptist Church, bringing the message. 7 c Ax r Church. Jacksonville Daytona Beach. Appearing -

Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews ;The Westminster choir will begin preachingSept. also will be
Rev. H.L. Herod, Mrs. C under its director, Mr. .
17 through Sept. little Camilla Jackson
Copeland, Mrs. Frances Rutledge H. Pearson. Sr. Male

Scriven, Choir 3 of will support the rites it4 21.Rev.. H.L. Baker is pas-, Mt.Chorus Ararat's the Lattimore

Emanuel Baptist Church, with Mrs. Rudyne Watson, w tor in charge. All Singers. Sons of Prayer.
Second Baptist Choir of assistant organist, at VTTid churches in the sur- Solomon Timmons. Holy

Callahan, Mrs. Susie the piano. The choir rounding vicinity have Light Singers. Sunbeam

King. Gospel Chorus of will also render a 1 been invited to come out Singers. Excelsior

West union Baptist special selection. This x 4 and take a part in these Singers Starlights,
Church.R.L. choir has progressed to soul saving services. Sammy Henderson. Robert

Matthews, Mrs. the extend that is one t. ; Prath and the Gospel
Laura Jackson, Deacon of the cities best .. > Choruses ParadeIn
-
Echoes and Mathew McCoy
W.B. Mitchell Sunrise choirs.In : \ : I : :.:;' 1-'.. '.' Little RockThe pianistaccompanist.Hostesses .

Female Singers Choir 3 a called congrega- \ : and hosts
: of St. Thomas, Choir 2 tion meeting on last ,. '" Male Chorus of will be Mrs. Thelma

of Abyssinia Baptist, Sunday morning, the con- ) Little Rock Baptist Edwards. Mrs. Jacqueline

Choir 4-B of Mt. Ararat gregation voted unani- \ : Church will present a Thomas. Mrs. Gladys A-
musical. "Male Choruses
to the
and Choi 1 of First mously accept banJo Rev. Mose Davis.
Parade. at
sale offered for on Monday
Corinth Baptist Church. price Andrew McCall and others
in the church
the church at 8 p.m.
Fellowship Supper State and Laura property Streets auditorium. Mrs. Ruth Valdez will
Pr high-
YT Guests soloist will be offer program
In All plans are being made ,
Planned Central AYr Mrs. Mary Goodwin of Mt. lights.
now as speedily as pos-
September 10th sible to begin building Ararat Baptist Church. Ebeneezer Methodist
Choir 4-B of Mt. Ararat
In:tm....effort to correlate --a_new church' on the new will Plans Pew Rally
church site at Clevelandand serve as guest
activities a Woodlawn roads. choir. For Women s Event
-& r
closer relationship between -
wt _
Tuesday .September II, } 4 The prayer in song will The committee on Ways
committee chairman
the Westminster choir be given by Matthew McCoy and Means for the annual
team captains and their
will rehearse in the a tribute to songs Women's Day drive at
respective members the
Westminster Hut 8: 00 p. .. by Miss Detra Belcherand Ebenezer Methodist
women of Central CME
m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. a musical welcome by Church will ,sponsor a
Church are planning a Mid-week prayer and -. 1i Miss Doris Mack. Leon pew rally and musical

Fellowship Supper Monday Study Hour in the Hut Bland will serve as program Sept. 16 at 7 p.
night at 6:30 o'clock in I 7/i
the church's basement. Friday 8:00 p.m. United i$ ( master of ceremonies. m. in the auditorium of

Efforts will also be Choir' rehearsal in the Choruses appearing will the church.
represent Emanuel Bap- The program will feature -
made to induce new mem-
Hut.Two tist Mt. Ararat Baptist some of the most
bers to join in working Big i Events
Tabernacle. Abyssinia
outstanding talented in-
with the various church
Scheduled Sunday St. Paul Zion Hope Mt. dividuals, the city
cocinittees at this time.
Sinai, Bethany and Day with Mrs. E.M. Hurley,
At Mother
Midway
Support from the men of i .
Sp' ing.gram co-chairman of the music
the church and the en- Rev. J.W. Jones pastor
will be Sammy L. committee and
Mrs. AdaM.
) ti re congregation as announced to outstanding
Davis and Cecil B. Lee. chairman of Ways
well as the general events planned for SUn-
LOCAL LICENSED BEAUTICIANS began the first of a series 4n workshops emphazing the Fi sher. and Means in charge.
_
public is being soughtto day in Mother Midway AME e
latest techniques in hair styling and allied features last week. The next session r
make the ,
Spaghetti Church a Spot Rally to
will be held the 17.In Mrs. Callie Jack- LILLY'S DRUG STORE
supper one of the most support the building throughout day on Monday, Sept. top photo
outstanding projects to program which is already son, (fourth from left), president of Trichologists Beauticians' Unit 38. conducts
demonstration Rosa Curington seated of Lake from left A Line of COSMETICS
usher in the fall.win ter in progress and a Revival on Mrs. ( ) City. Looking on : Complete

program.Mrs. Hour -icn will be Mrs. Magnolia Robinson, Mrs. Eddie Lee Brown, Mrs. Catherine Brown, Mrs. Jackson,
D.W Bass chairman under the direction of Mrs. Marcella Nelson, Mrs. Eura Bond, Mrs. Irene H. McCall and Mrs. Burnell Small.In RUBBER GOODS CANDIES SUNDRIES

is assisted by Mrs the Trustee Board beginning bottom photo Mrs. Bessie Gram (extreme right) demonstrates on Mrs. Lelia Brook- Called for and Delivered '
Rachel Mallory. at 3 p.m. ins. others from left: Mrs. Bertha Robinson, Mrs. Damon P. Collier, Mrs. Minnie Prescriptions

v Alexander (demonstrator) Mrs. Berchilean Slappey, and Mrs. Lelia Anthony. 1901 Kings Rd. El 3.8216 '
"The Best Coasts No More" (Baker Photos) I


Holmes and Wist Funeral Home School To Stage Recital Sept. 9th For Quicker Results Consult the World's Greatest MediumMADAM

AMBULANCE SERVICE NOTARY PUBLIC

I W.P. Holmes, !Ir. DIRECTORS' AIeso| West In Mt. Zion ChurchThe CAROLYN

Gretel and Gertie Mt. Zion AWE Church.
Telephone PO 5-1641 2119 W. Efcewwd Are.
Talent School will be The children are under

Jackss ,ille, Ftakb presented in a recital: the direction Mrs. E. 10RH WITH STRANGE POWERS TO OVERCOMETHE :

"' lll __.. t Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. in B. Cox Mrs. P.E. Jones POWERS THAT HOLD YOU! Pass year
-- and ttrs. E.L. Henderson. i
9 The has made tngMes$ Her to m and forget tbem! There L
,__ ......__.... .... ...-... ..' ....I" group I.
several appearances in is Ml? e4uawn f for her lieaesty, sincerityW"'r

Attention Attention the city. '
The event is activityof ad lileal ty-oftcr imitated, new dupicated!

lAND STUDENTS the Ways and Means I do not can at Jour home! Come see me!

committee of Mt. Zion _

; 1 II! RENTAL INSTRUMENTS II with ley as Mrs.chairman Courtney and Car-Mrs. Numbers Given FREE With Readings -

v We Have A Complete Stock Evelyn B. Wells, co-
87 13 34 60

!. Of Rental Band Instruments And Drums chairman.Varick Memorial ; 48 73 98 23

j Three Months Free Trial
Organizes For YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST-NOW TRY THE BEST! If you are seeking the truth- e
With Purchase Of Any Band Instrume this great psychic, she will help you regarding all affairs of Life, Separation, Divorce, Work, )
RENTAL Women s Day Changes. Have you a problem that to you seems too heavy a burden? See the World's Great-
FEE AS IIW
AS $1.00 PER WEEK est Medium 1 She can and will help yon I Why go through life un-happy when you can have
Wt HI"t The women of Varick your wish materialized? Will tell you the object of your visit and everything you wish to
i Meoorial AJEJ zion Church know. Will show you the way to success and happiness. ONLY ONE VISIT IS NECESSARY.

Com, Lt lime, SlIMS, Kiif met recently for Wosetfs and organized Day- .,' HOURS: 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY White and Colored Reception Room

which will be observedOct. CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
;
28.Officers.
I

r, ACE MUSIC CO. elected, are, : TURNER ROAD JACKSONVILLE
Mrs. Emma Harrison, 1628. LEM

chaaraan; Mrs. A.H. Williams -
414 JicksMvilU
MAIN Fltridi
eX)-dum 1'111 an; Mrs. .
I J E.H. Denmark secretary Take LAKE!( FiREST No. 27 BUS* Get off at Drat Alt.

EL5431e1.? EL 3-4943, J Mrs. Ella II. Stephens, "

fj ...., __ '-... treasurer; Mrs. DruciliaWo tame' 01 fepssttrs ctfpg a> ja 211'1"aJHI: sifn. Consult reFia&le med im Hat his beta ia .J la. 27 Yrs. -,"
ten, Mrs. E. Collins. :



&HIIAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1952 fllKWA, SlAS ., t CAGE 5


iOll lIGkilg kistractors End Musician Signs Long-form Contract Annual I Festival" ',i I All Star Pro Bouts Slated 'I


Svcc.ssfulDuy Sissisi Being Sponsored Sept. 11th In I Jax Coliseum


instructors in Homemaking Education under the By Brcwsler\ MenThe Two promising featherweights in his past nine bouts.

will headlinethe Rodrlgues who has been
supervision of Mrs. Margaret B. Long held a annual Fun Festival
10-round main attraction seeing action in Miami
three day'workahop recently centered around the sponsored 1 by the Brew-
y----- under the
here Tuesday Lee-Myerson
theme, Toward More Effective Teaching. ster Men B Club will begin -
night, Sept. 4 in Jacksonville promotional team whichare
The eight sessions gave valuable and informative sept. 21 and run the
Coliseum when staging weekly
3b with
featured the following material to through Sept.
bouts here has fallen
uz Grady ilcLendon of DublinGa.
topics under discussed: the aa far more attractions
group. matches his skills heir to the distictive
first session. Plan of The Sixth and Seventh than the one held at
against sensational Hector style which have gained
Work for 196263. At sessions included the Myrtle Avenue Baseball -
a -
Rodfigues of Puerto Ricans the
Puerto repu-
this session L -i-NI' Park in 1961.
Mrs. Mary business meeting and :
Rico, as all-star boxing tation of producing some
Harper, council chairman evaluation of, the work The Festival ground at
V makes the second of its of the game's out-
presided. Second shop. Edgewood and Vernon Road
-
weekly series of standing champion and
pro-
session: Report of the The final meeting took will be buzzing with attractions .
fessional bouts here. ring masters.The
National Convention of of many varie-
the group to the Blue
Coliseum's weekly
card
off
An impressive
the New Homemakers of Flame Room. Florida Gas 'ties. Rides- will be inabundance.

America by Miss BarbaraJ. Utilities Company, where Shows will be mitt-sessions being co-
the Dis-
sponsored by
Robinson, advisor of a Laundry Style Show was appealing. Games will be
abled Veterans organ!-
District IV. Third and narrated by Miss Linda attractive and exhibits .

Fourth sessions high- Marshall, senior staff will be varied. Tae mid-

lighted representativefrom way will be lighted and
a Home Dconomist The May .

the Home Economics tag company of Newton, J : scenic. "'#.
Two of the main attrac- I
Educational staff of the Iowa.
Colonial Stores. Inc. HISTORY-MAKING EVENT--4-year old professional. rummer James Brad- tions will be the Twist .

Miss Agnes Armstead who Jaxon Awarded ley jr. (center) signs long-term contract with Paramount Tee Vee Contest and the Popula- kR 1

gave an interesting and Productions while his dad, James Bradley Sr. (left) and junior rity Contest. These two
Oak Leaves
informative demonstration discoverer, Robert Quinlan, Assistant General Manager of para- features will furnish

on "Teaching Ideas mount Tee Vee Productions look on. (photo by Bradley, Baker jr.) those in attendance with ,rt'J ,

interest and enjoyment.The .. :
For Food and Nutrition. -------- -- i. i

This demonstrationlecture : ABOUT PEOPLE ,Philadelphia Slates crowning of the GRADY MCLENDON j > *
,. queen will be held.
embraced current
j
g .7-Bout Win Streak
trends in food consump- Annual Women s Day The twist contest will ji j i .

tion. JfC 9f(JCJ** ffRVICFS KITMUY feature many of the supporting matches will

George Ryder a representative Mrs. Mary Jones and Cleveland's sister Mrs city's most talented complete next Tuesday
Annual Women's Day will HECTOR RODRIGUES
from the Mrs. Leona Adams have twisters. The twist con ni ght s card.
re- Henrietta Cleveland and
be observed Sunday .Classy Puerto Rica
local chain of Colonial fr. I I11Z turned to the city froma brother Roscoe Cleve- test is open to all who Me L en don is enjoying a

Stores was pre- vacation in th throughout the day in wish to enter. Those de- sustained win-streak
: ewes. t. land of 1419 Madison Philadelphia Baptist zation. Admission tic-
sent during the sessions They were the guests of Street. The many friendsof Church, beginning with si ring to enter may which boast seven wins kets and reservationsmay
register
presentation of teaching Miss Camilla any Saturday
White in
the Cleveland family
be obtained at the
the
School
Sunday at
materials in the area of Denver. Colo. They visi- are joining 'in to help 9:30 a.m. with guest between the hours of Greater Payne Coliseum Ticket Office

Food and Nutrition was ted Mrs. Gloria -Smith make the visit of the superintendent. Mrs. A.M. 9 a.mt and 12 noon, at Plans Annual ( EL6-1351) and at the
demonstrated by Saul and daughter in Minnea- guest enjoyable. 1464 W. 7th Street. The

Schur, Education Consultant MAJOR E.L. BOWENS polis, Minn. On their Frazier presiding. The contest is expected to Women s Day Fete downtown Coliseum Ticket
lesson Office at
X X X will be reviewed Hemming park.
of Seventeen ...Recently.Ipromo return trip home they attract many.
The Brewster Men' s Club :by Mrs. Sarah P. Rice. Greater Payne AME Church The first bout gets
Of interest to The twist contest will
Magazine.The many were accompanied by Miss
held a business sess'ionIn Quest teachers are; recently organized for underway promptly at
Fifth session dealt friends in Jacksonvilleand Camilla White who is t be under the supervisionand
the annual Women's .
rs. Day 8:15
the conference room \, Estelle Alexander. p.m.IMPERIAL
with Curriculum Development the Florida community visiting her mother Mrs'Olivia direction of Mrs. observance which is set .,
of the Continental Mrs. Belle Towns, Mrs.
tor Mrs. Margaret B. was the recently pro- White in St. E. B. R. Cox. Mrs. P. E. for Sept. 30. SUNDRIESPatent
Bowling Lanes last Mon Loraine Daniels Miss
Jones and Mrs. Robert L.
Long, supervisor of motion of Capt. Event L. Augustine.
? Officers
are: Mrs. Annie
day. Major Taft Oimmings Alice Terry Miss Leila
Henderson of the Gretel
Homemaking Education Bowens to the rank of X X X Medicines CosmeticsAll
manager of the Bowling Rich and Mrs. Rosa Lee and Gertie Talent School Collins chairman; crs.
Duval County. This ses- major. Leading Hair Preparations
Mr. and Mrs. James Lanes welcomed the group Shannon. Vivian Stevens co-
held at the Major Bowens, the son These ladies will receive -
sion was Thomas and children R.J. and joined them in their MORNING SERVICE ..11 a.m. application chairman: Mrs. K. Mainor Cor. Broad & AshleyEL
of Clementine
downtown B.
J.C. penny Mrs. and Sandie of secretary; Mrs. Myra D.
Passaic N. business session. Major The morning service
conduct auditions. Because 4-2159
Anderson of
store where 1445 W. '
Inc. personnel
J. were recent visitorsto Cummings made the visitso will begin at 11:00 a.m. King pastor for the day.
,
of the valuable
of the company Ninth St. is current
chief Terminal Operationin the city. The Thomasewere pleasant, the men with Mrs. wilhelmina D. prizes to be awarded, I-

mad. welcome by his became interested informing Towson chairman pre-
the office of the the contest will be of I
director of Port Opera- brother Robert sister. a team to join siding; program partici- the highest calibre.

Mrs. Ora Thomas, brother the bowling league.Miss pants will be: Mrs. The Gretel and Gertie
JOE tions in La Rochelle
: Prance. Nell. Mrs. Fannie X X X Leola Johnson and Mrs. Talent School will fea-

Thomas, sister-in-law, Viola Hayes; Friendship
A graduate of Stanton Catherine Salmonof ture a different show

Why buy a brand that costs High School, Maj. Bowens Thomas Mr. and and Mrs. Alonzo the Florida Star is and Philadelphia_ Choirs; each night with different 19R211fULLET //.\'/:
uncle and
more without giving more? had the distinction of back at her desk after call to worship, Mrs. characters. Theca LARGE MULLET Lb., 29c
There's none better thanGoody's. I graduating with Fla. A&M aunt joined in to help spending a portion of Thelma W. Norman; Mrs. st for each performance MEDIUM MULLET ,Lb. 20c
Why pay more? make their visit en- Leona Jackson; Introduc- has been well
first
University s ROTC
her vacation period in
joyable. The Thomases
Class in May.. l$50.,, He Montezuma, Georgia. She tion of Mistress of chosen from the talented
71, entered active duty in left on their return Ceremonies, Mrs. L.B.- students of the school.A MEDIUM SHRIMP 6ge
reports a pleasant
home last Tuesday night.X very Williams; Mistress Lb.
Jan. 1951. time in the heart of religious program will SEA FOOD CENTER DROPS PRICES
Maj. Bowens has servedin X X X Georgia peach sect gyn. Ceremonies Mrs. W.M. be presented on Sunday AS CWT PRICE DROPS 10.
the Alaska Davis; Mrs. Dorothy M night. Those who are LARGE SIO
command. and Mrs. Floyd She was accompanied on Hayes; Mrs. Dorothy SHRIMP . .Lit.
Far East has partici- acquainted with the an-
Cleveland of the
Bronx N.Yare trip by her brother,
pated in operations in Wells; Mrs. Leola Segers nual Pun Festival are
Edward STEAMED
in
vacationing the Salmon of FLORIDA LOBSTER 79c
both the Artic and Green Mrs. L.B. Williams ; aware that the Festivalis ti.
city where they the Sa vannah.
land and is currently house are Mrs. Ernestine poole; a benefit attraction. Green (Uncooked) Florida LOBSTERS ? 69c
guest of Mr. X X X Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith; Fnr thr fifth straight' vrtk Slim hr>Ul>.tht prtft tin* vndrr
assigned to the European Advance tickets are now trrrific vrntur* from thr ttIref""SLIM

Theatre of Operations.He speaker Mrs. Leona on sale. purchase early SPIU'AIOCEANVIEW /-

is married to the Satellites End Daniels; Mrs. Claudine and avoid the rush.
r Howard Johnson's Williams; Mrs. Alice SPOTS
former Lois E. walden.
In Summer ProgramMrs. Boston; Benediction; Central ORE Church
2 POWDERS 5<= The Bowens' and their North Carolina LB. 39C
I II serving usher Board;
12 POWDERS 25C four children reside in
La Rochelle. Is PicketedDURHAM Thomasina Wallacewas Usher Board NO.4, Mt. Celebrates Women sDay

I -- Motorists hostess for the Olive Primitive Baptist 'Shellfish,& R""rlruJrpl..
aIauuunaocilnuiutnulllutHH' ;
C iIIIIlaaauoulNllrDHI1 I Lnatutunuuuntlu! traveling on Chapel Hill final summer activity of Church. STANDARD OYSTERS-$fr..rth Civm. Stew ft. $1.25

Jacksonville Boulevard the Satellite social recently ...3 September 23rd STANDARD OYSTERS .. q ... ....',1 ft. 65c
.. Coliseum witnessed a AFTERNOON SERVICE P. CLAW CRAB MEAT . .. .......Lb. $1.10
9 a mammoth protest meetingin during a cook-out Mrs. Thelma W. Norman The women of Central DIE WHITE DELUXE CRAB MEAT .... .. ..... Lb. $1.25
t1w front of the Howard at her residence 2007 SEA SCALLOPS-Frt. from Ben. .. .. .. .. .. Lb. 79c
S I I I II presiding. Serving on Church met recently to LOBSTER TAILS- to 6 0:. Sut ..... .Lb. $1.60
30 ROUNDS OF ACTION! Johnson restaurant which North Myrtle Avenue. the program; Mrs. Retha make plans for the annual CRAB CLAW FINGERS .. .. .12 .:. cm $1.30
COCKTAIL LUMP . .
served "white only"RAPI.5 Held on the spacious Lb. $2.00
Brown; Mt. Sinai Primi- Women' s oat drive scheduled BAY SCALLOPS--Iedividua11y Frozen Lb. 95c
I I PRO BOXING | lawn surrounding the'residence. tive Baptist Choir and for Sept. 23. FRESH SUPPLY ALASKAN KING CRAB LECS Lb. $1.25

,
a tasty menu Philadelphia; Mt. Sinai I .

5! TUESDAY SEPT. 11th ... .. ....8:15P.M.i: was served and a social Choir; Mrs. Edna Calhoun

j AT POPULAR PRICES 1 Interlude event. featured the 'nrs. Thelma Geiger; Mrs. cJeBREWSTER(;( MEN

GENERAL ADMISSION CHILDREN 5-14)) SOc 5 I'HR. T\ SERVICEDAY Mrs. Louise Blakely Elizabeth Ann Terry;
; ADULTS $1.00 Reserved Box Seat Section $1.50 I AND NIGHT Philadelphia Choir; Mrs.

RING SIDE RESERVED .$2.00 I CALLS entertained the clubWedJ1esd8J' Edna Mae Thomas; introduction JJBarl MorseeJ.J.Ntxon William Sea Y.Clarencevnllis

a HECTOR GRADY 1 $200c night during of speaker Mrs.

rKe'.;' the business-social get- Elizabeth Crawley Ne- PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER

Imlal9.egay.! VS McLENDON 1 nxw EL 5.5770 together at her 1481 W. Smith; speaker, Mrs.
., III+o+IUUUnnannnmtonripmulol UDIO PISMTCHfa 11-
Eighth St. residence.Mrs. Prances M. Edwards; Mrs. &r4NN VA {r
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BROKE "ATlEhu/uius wsCORDS--Gateway (GIrl cout 'troops certeUrated the organization'sGolden fitness, life saving, and other related studies. Mrs, Irene A. Caggs was camp director -

Anniversary with the largest attendance in history during' its annual summer ; Mrs. J. E. Davis, assistant, and Mrs. Dorothy Siegel, camp counselor. Drs.L. .

encampnent at Camp Coacoochee with more than 150 campers on hand to perform and enjoy B. Childs and D. LW Lauray, were the camp ihysicians, and Scouts Lawrence Ludd of

the various projects. For the third successive year, St. Paul AME Church's unit won Troop 74, St. Pius Catholic Church James_ Madison, Trbop 173, Second Baptist Church,

the attendance record. The week-long program of fun and instruction included swimming, and Sherman Lovett of Troop 74' St. Pius, assisted the counselors.

arts and crafts, nature study, hiking, cook-outs, games, spatter-pafntingphysical_ ; I

Stasons OptMr Florida Football League's I AMf Executive
Jake Gaither' Florida
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hit tremendously. A replacement (1) Orlando .
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ing Monday, Aug. 27, Curt Miranda is still Beach., **

due to a special two, if not three, years BY G. PARHAM JOHNSON
ruling by the away. Archie Williamswas Saturday, Sept. 15

National Collegiate named the 'most fi, .
Athletic Association outstanding freshman"in FOOTBALL FANS, both colored"and i*(i) Daytona Beach at Orlando (2) Fort
white will have an opportunity on the night of
which states that
1961 and looks like Lauderdale at Key West (3) Jacksonville
8 to the home town's
Sept. see own professional
colleges on the tri- the top candidate for at Miami.
football team. Football fans who are actually .;
mester system may the vacant center post. .. >
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football fans will have no reasonable excuse to
begin training two Paul smith is the only Saturday, Sept. 22 "
weeks before classes stay away from the game on the 8th of Sept. unless -
returning letterman and .
it is because of sickness, death cut of town, 11 f
begin. All Floridastatesupported sophomore end Walter 11 (1) Key West at Orlando (2) Ft. Lauder-
or on the job. It can't be the price of admis-
uni- Highsmith may be con- dale at Miami ((3) Daytona Beach at Jack-
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enter verted to center. He has sonville.
trimester plan on prep experience as a for $6 or one game for $1.50?
IT STANDS TO REASON that the fearless, dynamicand
the first of next .
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month. has the eye of Coach progressive general manager of the Bearsthe 1 ..I I t I

Coach Jake Gaither has Pete Griffin and the Jacksonville Bears, that is, can expect, look for Atlanta, Ga. at Miami (Miami Stadium) (NL)
stated that the Rattlers ability to make a good and plan for at least 20,000 spectators. It

rill hold two-a-day ses- center. wouldn't be out of line to expect 25,000. Now, Saturday, Sept. 29 *

sions until classes Charles Hobbs and 'Wen- suppose we see why it is reasonable. General
start. The two-week Manager Bill Hood knows the Jacksonville Bearsis
dell stand- Beachat
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period will be devoted outs for three sessionsat the first attempt with something to show for a Fort Lauderdale. :: :? lk' ..j

mainly to getting the guard. Burney Adamsis professional football team in the city. He knows .; :"",', ..,:..01w" -,,
squad in condition and seasoned, while Sam the team is made up of some of the most brilliant' Saturday Oct. 6 "'
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collegiate stars in the The Second Annual Service Award of the
going over details. Fitgerald played for the game. He knows many of
JAKE IS HOPEFUL Blood unit last fall. the same stars on the Bears team have played C01lege ((1)) Miami at Key West ((2) Orlando at National Bowling Association has been

"Nothing would pleaseme They may have to carry football right, here ,in the city of Jacksonville Jacksonville (3) Ft. Lauderdale at Day- presented to Jerry F. Donovan, Vice president

more than to pick up the load again this and the price of admission to see them was tona. Beach. Advertising and Public Relations

this%,f all wh erjjjre,lett.*...fall*. Robert Brown, _fjrjj eater _than. the. price to see .them: as*pro* 'r '" i : --O=:=- AMP Pinspotters, Inc. for his assistanceto
off last December, Clarence white, and f e sionals. Y Saturday, Oct. 13 the Negro bowling group.
Coach Gaither said. Gl eamus Jordan are GENERAL MANAGER BILL HOOD KNOWS that if 20,000 Mr. Donovan received the award at the

Although it's possible, ho pefu Is. spectators don't turn out to a pro game at a $1.50 Jacksonville at Ft. Lauderdale (2) Atlanta NBA's 23rd National Convention Buffalo

it hardly probable. The Five of the seven price, it stands to reason that there aren' tactually Ga. at Orlando (NL) on July 7th. The presentation was.made by

squad lacks depth in tackles receiving letteron 20,000 football fans in the city of Jack- Eric M. DeFreitas, president of the asso
experience in every position the 1961 team are returning sonville. The Bears will stand solid from end to Saturday, Oct. 20 }i ciation. 0

except perhaps, with Roosevelt end with a substantial backfield and capable Donovan was cited for outstanding coopera-

halfback. Coleman looking like the reserve for both backfield and line. Head CoachAl (1) Orlando at Miami (2) Daytona Beach tion with the NBA, which numbers more than
Alfred Den son and Aus- only one assured of a Bassett, General Manager Bill Hood, Trainer at Key West (3)) Ft. Lauderdale at Jack- 5,000 members in 18 states. In acceptingthe

tin Wise will be out- starting berth. He was Julius Guinyard, Chief Scout Jimmy Thompson, the sonville. award, Mr. Donovan pledged continued

standing flankmen. whit- with the Blood Unit to Board of Strategy, ish Brant, Julian Warren, support by AMF toward the group's objectives )
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other two ends, is re ton who inked a New York Fletcher, John Lanahan, George Robinson jr. bowling. ,
turning with experienceto Giants contract. Louis TrusdaleJudge John E. Santora, Dine Beakes, (1)' Key West at-Miami (2) Jacksonvilleat

bolster the flanks. WEALTH IN BACKS Cmdr. Bill Fitch and Ash Verlander feel assured Daytona Beach. Moore Clay To Raise FundsLOS _

Sam Miller looks like a Six of the 16 halfbacks that the' Bears will give the fans $1.50 worth of I
promising sophomore. He listed on the '62 roster real football. They have the players to do it '? Saturday, Nov. 3 ANGELES -- Two
saw some action last have lettered. Frank with. \ county commissioners
fall. (1) Jacksonville at Orlando (2)Miami) at Warren Dorn and Kenneth
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LINE WEAKENEDThe offense and is a ter- not beat the Orlando Broncos by a larger score ,., Daytona Beach. Hahn -last week proposeda
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Anniversary with the largest attendance in history during' its annual summer ; Mrs. J. E. Davis, assistant, and Mrs. Dorothy Siegel, camp counselor. Drs.

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JACKSONVILLE FOOTBALL FANS, both colored and t
Athletic Association
outstanding freshman"in (1) Daytona Beach at Orlando (2) Fort
which states that white will have an opportunity on the night of .
1961 and looks' like Lauderdale at Key West (3) Jacksonville
Sept. 8 to see the home town's own professional '
colleges on the tri- the top candidate for at Miami. ,
football team. Football fans who are actually '
mester system may the vacant center post. 'air
football fans will have no reasonable excuse to ..
begin training two Paul Smith is the only Saturday, Sept. 22 -
weeks before classes stay away from the game on the 8th of Sept. unless -
returning_ letterman and
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begin. All Floridastatesupported sophomore end Walter P ((1) Key West at Orlando (2) Ft. Lauder-
or on the job. it can't be the price of admis-
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versities the sion. Where can one see seven pro football games '
enter verted to center. He has sonville.
trimester plan on for $6 or one game for $1.50
prep experience as a
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progressive general of the 1
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stated that the Rattlers ability to make a good and plan for at least 20,000 spectators. It

will hold two-a-day ses- center. wouldn't be out of line to expect 25000. NOW, Saturday, Sept. 29 :.

sions until classes Charles Hobbs and 'Wendell suppose we see why it is reasonable. General )
start. The two-week Manager Bill Hood knows the Jacksonville Bearsis .
stand- Beachat :
Logan were ((1) Orlando at Key West ((2) Daytona
period will be devoted outs for three sessionsat the first attempt with something to show for a ,Fort Lauderdale. J !I
mainly to getting the guard. Burney Adamsis professional football team in the city. He knows F. i

squad in condition andgoing seasoned while Sam the team is made up of some of the most brilliant' Saturday, Oct. 6 !
over details. Fitgerald played for the collegiate stars in the game. He knows many of The Second Annual Service Award of the
JAKE IS HOPEFUL Blood Unit last fall. the same stars on the Bears team have played college (1) Miami at Key West (2) Orlando at National Bowling Association has been J

'Nothing would pleaseme They may have to carry football right. here in the city of Jackson- Jacksonville (3) Ft. Lauderdale at Day- presented to Jerry F. Donovan, Vice presi- I

more than to pick up the load again this ville and the price of admission to see them was tona. Beach. dent Advertising and Public Relations 1

this faUywhe.re_we,,left,.,fall." Robert Brown ,.far kt': i.greater- r -.. han. the,, price to see .them. as-*pro f p.fQssionals. ?* .";."*" ;-' .....-..J:. '_ .,. ,', -" AMP pinspotters, inc. for his assistance Ito
off last December Clarence white, and < Saturday, Oct. 13 the Negro bowling group.

Coach Gaither said. Gl eamus Jordan are GENERAL MANAGER BILL HOOD KNOWS that if 20,000 Mr. Donovan received the award at the j
Although it's possible hopefuls.Five spectators don't turn out to a pro game at a $1.50 Jacksonville at Ft. Lauderdale (2)) Atlanta NBA's 23rd National Convention Buffalo '

it hardly probable. The of the seven price, it stands to reason that there ''aren t actually Ga. at Orlando (NL) on July 7th. The presentation was.made by f

squad lacks depth in tackles receiving letteron 20,000 football fans in the city of Jack- Eric M. DeFreitas, president of the asso- j

experience in every position the 1961 team are returning sonville. The Bears will stand solid from end to Saturday, Oct. 20 ciation. .
except perhaps with Roosevelt end with a substantial backfield and capable Donovan was cited for outstanding coopera-

halfback. Coleman looking like the reserve for both backfield and line. Head CoachAl (1) Orlando at Miami (2) Daytona Beach tion with the NBA which numbers more than

Alfred Denson and Aus- only one assured of a Bassett, General Manager Bill Hood, Trainer at Key West (3) Ft. Lauderdale at Jack- 5,000 members in 18 states. In acceptingthe

tin Wise will be out- starting berth. He was Julius Guinyard, Chief Scout Jimmy Thompson, the sonville. award, Mr. Donovan pledged continued

standing flankmen. whit- with the Blood unit to Board of Strategy, ish Brant, Julian Warren, support by AMF toward the group's objectives -

field Jenkins like the replace Willie CIa ring- Julian Jackson, John piombo, jack Webster, Van Saturday, Oct. 27 in advancing Negroes i n the, game of

other two ends, is re ton who inked a New York Fletcher, John Lanahan, George Robinson Jr. bowling.
turning with experienceto Giants contract. Louis TrusdaleJudge John E. Santora, Dine Beakes, (1) Key West at' Miami (2)) Jacksonvilleat

bolster the flanks. WEALTH IN BACKS Cmdr. Bill Fitch and Ash Verlander feel assured ;Daytona -Beach. Moore Clay To Raise Funds _

Sam Miller looks like a Six of the 16 halfbacks that the'Bears will give the fans $1.50 worth of Ii
promising sophomore. He listed on the '62 roster real football. They have the players to do it '_ Saturday, Nov. 3 LOS ANGELES Two

saw some action last have lettered. Frank with. V county commissioners.
(1) Jacksonville at Orlando ((2)Miami) at Warren Dorn and Kenneth
fall.
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LINE WEAKENEDThe offense and is a ter- not beat the Orlando Broncos by a larger score Daytona
interior line was rific safety man. than 13-7. Well, that is not difficult td analyze.The 1 f September fight be-
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WHEN YOU ARE ILL score more than 13 points and the Broncos had 11 ,0':
Key West at Ft. Lauderdale (2p.m..,) funds for the 1968Olympic '
men out there to keep them from it. -
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wet and soggy, but that could be the same reason
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the Broncos did not score but 7 points.THE "
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dinals, so, they had to travel to get here al- (1) Orlando at Daytona Beach (2)) Jack- p--L; I

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ANOTHER MAN IN JACKSONVILLE TO BE admired, congratulated All games 8 p.m. except Nov. 4.t' .

respected and honored is that veteran -
fcroaotor Jimmy Murdock. Through the field of
sports, Jimmy Murdock has always sought for and I.ys Wuiei 2323 Moncriaf :

produced the best in whatever field he was work- at 13th Street .* 5LJ-

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had been cheated. They came out singingthe
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lightens dark spo s
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STAN MUSIAL Morgan state College, \ A
CONTINUING his assaultof Away. ,
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marks, "Stan The Man" Delaware state College, ...'....
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Speaker among the all- Morehouse College, Home. ', :', : _
time hit makers last
Saturday night and then October 13 ', :.;: :
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blasted his 3,516thlhitof

his career last Sun- October 20 ',,.- ,:: 4s .' {

day to pass speaker and Virginia state College ..ii _- ..:,
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MILWAUKEE Braves' great P -.-.;''." ........ ...,.., .
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slugger Hank Aaron, Bobby Allen k'1 4y '(
known as one of the who hails from the Vir-

game's outstanding gin islands, and is a
stretch competitors in cousin of world's Welterweight -

the National League's champion Emile

annual batting race, was Griffith, has joined the ,
in number four place stable of Jax fight
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last Monday with a .331 manager johnny Rushing,

average The former and will be seen in action -

jax Braves' outfielderwas here Tuesday night,
breathing down the Sept. 4 in the first ofa C

necks 'of Dodgers' Tommy series of weekly boxing x

Davis, Reds' Frank shows in Jacksonville
Robinson and St. Louis' Coliseum.
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Stan Musial with but 8 -

points four competitors.separating theI Watch I This down Emmett (Chip) Reed Memorial Softball League Climaxes Successful Intitial Season

42-25-37
Awarded Grant 174 55- 13 JEFFERSON RECREATION CENTER under the supervision of Mrs. E. D. Kneeling from left: Eddie Johnson, Willie Cheeks, Robert Lee,

TALLAHASSEE---lilliam 7 McCray successfully launched and completed its first annual ses- Willie Thomas, Daniel Ford. Standing from left: Clarence Jackson

W. Vault, instructor in 9 sion 'of the Emmett (Chip) Reed Softball League named in honor of Acie Vaught and Morrie McFarland. insetMrs. E.D. McCray center
1 the late city recreation director. Competition was keen. A large director and organizer of the Emmett (Chip) Reed Memorial Soft-
and
chemistry physicsat
5 attendance of youthful and adult fans were on hand to cheer the ball League. photo (right): Champion Jefferson Cardinals juniors,
Florida A.and
M.
University, has been 4 respective contending teams during the summer series. Top photo Toney Gaines, D. White, Kenneth Brown, Ronald Preshen, Larry Har-
15 68 282 8 (left) shows the Lavilla juniors. Seated from left: Ernest White, rison, Willie Jackson, Ronald Wilson, Albert Lester, Joseph Jack-
awarded a National
Science Foundation 86-02-75 e; Anthony Hicks 3b; Legressa Mathais If; Herbert Drums, 2b; son, Tim Richardson. Bottom pix (left) Jefferson Cardinals'

Edward Lowe, p; Calvin Thomas, lb; Melvin Bennett, ss; John Phil- Midgets. From left: Rudolph Bell, Leon Milton, Jerome Taylor
grant to attend the institute -
on gas chromatography Sometimes SomettiOM hefc DI's dowa III lips, cf. Top (right), Lake Forest Hawks Midgets..B. Black, 2b; Maxie preshea, Sedwick Speights, Crawford Rivers, Larry Bell,

Be add, nbtamctiHa R. Ferguson, p; L. Copeland, c; L. Scales, lb; L. Cummings, 3b; Bernard Fields, Alfred Bell, Bruce Mitchell and Odell Townsend.
vwfcs It $B trooadComlzux Hill If and T. cf.Second row (right), Photo right, Jefferson
The institute was held R. Jones, rf; M. Phillips Falcons-Juniors: M. Clark G. Golden, F.
at Fisk University, AtinetloM: Lavilla Midgets: From left Anthony Benedict, Donald Clarkson. Clark, L. Smith, I. McCall, L. Smith, 0. Reies and R. Anderson.
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Collects 18th Jax' !Read' TheFLORIDASTAR
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I For Powerful Bombers .. .Weekly--.. .-- -.. I ISee
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2QOQO Fans Exnected time for the Florida fense. I

I Football League game is MIAMI TOPS i Wide Open
There last
YsIt preseason -
,..,....,.,'..'.JI'f ..\.,. ...... scrimmage behind 8 p.m. Bear General "We know Miami has a .
"'" Bill
Hood plans
I Manager great team and are eager ti Professional
Football
them and the squad i
-- :-" for a turnout of up to to test them" Head .
...". trimmed
over the
I --- '."-, 20,000 fans to see his Coach Bassett ''I twill
says
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: J' J. j;1 -' weekend by six to i
J.l l
.,,-.1:: ; 1.-+t .J. collection of former be an honor to playthe I Jax Bears
make it a season
ART MAHAFFETMOUNOSMAN '
collegiate stars meet Bombers. We know
launching 35, the
Art Hahaffey the strong, pass-con- they will throw the ball vs
of the National League Jacksonville Bears i
scious Bombers.The very much with former
seventh place Philadel- have drawn starting Bears who beat All American Elvin Dean
assignments fpr their : Miami Bombers !
phia Phillies gained Orlando from the Florida at quarterback.' 'I i.
opener with the
his 18th win of the current -
League, 13-7. in an exhibition Three potential regulars -
Miami Bombejrs.Professional f
y season with a four- game at Melbourne are on the injured Sat. lite f.f
in
the
hit 3-2 win over the football on eight days ago list. They are J (
a local
basis
makes its
Houston Colts during a stressed offense in last Guard Howell Boney GATOR BOWL
debut in the
Labor Day clean. sweep in Gator Bowl week s drills. (Florida), Fullback Doug
Phil ly. Saturday night. Kickoff Pass offense and pass Davis (Miami) and Halfback (SINGLE GAME PRICES)
I
"- protection got the main Willie Bussey

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get attention. However, (Florida MM). ADULTS SERVICEMEN

Coaches Al Bassett and Tickets for the opening

LOW PRICES Bob Williams gave time game remain on sale at $1.50 .75
$
) SOn ., STUDENTS
to pass defense. The the downtown ticket of-
t' -:: final scrimmage Friday fice in Honing Park and I'
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\ Many Fla. ASM Stars
TOOT night! toned up the of- at 578 Riverside Ave.

-:, Tie Twist, .I J & Stars From Several Other f

RUG STORE NEEDS
The Latest Men's Hair Florida
Styles ;, :Colleges Including University of
Trade With Neighborhood Drug Store
IelR9 Tiifkf At ThtJacksonville WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADVERTISED IN TOUR MORE POWER TO YOU I Bring Pro Football


We Dellver-We Also Fill LOCAL All PAPERS Doctors'Prescript FACTORY FRESH To Jax For The First Time.


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I 1 < f ': I 1 SATIHAY SEPTEMBER 8. 1962!

PACE 8 FIHHM STAR ___ ____ 110._
-- St. Stephen Women Organize Committees LOTS m SUE Fit SALE

Chips Off The BlockBy POLICE REPORTST S25. 8 6m Large, Choice Wooded

For Annual ProgramThe $10 Per lid at Marietta _, Lots-59' X 100' -On Fer-
REFUSES TO DANCE; IS Street and a 34-year-old aandina Beach*s350 Cash
women of St. at the church, featuring EL 4-7442 StsdiuJokmifa's
"jay Jay" STRUCK BY BOTTLE woman who lives at 1236 RV 1-6711
Stephen AME Church Bet Mrs. Maggie Aaron as .,
Swift Street were treat-
.* Miss Mary MaUna James, recently and organizedfor Evelyn R. "
******** of ed at Duval Medical model. Mrs. ile Aurtneats
24. 842 E. First St.
Hotel
their annual Women'sDay will as
Freeman serve "Jacksonville's
last week, police
Tis a fact. Ray Charles will be In Jacksonvillein was injured last Satur- Center said. observance scheduledfor narrator and mistressdi TV in every room. Finest
October. will at the Jacksonville day police reported. .
He ajpear Frances Daniels of October 21. ceremonies.At For Reservations, Call 2 Bd Rm Apts.-$11.50
Coliseum. Also at the Coliseum, wrestling is now Miss James stated that Swift Mrs. St. said she observed Officers are: Mrs. Jennie 8 P.O. BIn day. Miss EL 5-4025 Ikly-fater Furnished-

held on Saturday nights. You dig, school kids she and some friendswere a toman named Vee Crockett, ; Rosa Lee Boykins will 741ft W. ASHLEYJacksonville. Resident Ugr.-2414 San
can stay up late on the week-ends and catch the in a cafe eatingand general chairman; Mrs. be presented in recital.
Diego Rd.-FL 9-1757
Rosela Grant, 64. of
matches. dancing and she was Lillie Mae Smith, co- She will be assisted by Florida I
Opposite Douglas Anderson -
927 Franklin Street and I
Someone asked about Bobby Glenn, formerly of approached by a man chairman; Mrs. Maaie Choir 3. Miss Celestine AVON'S PRODUCT School.
her boy friend havingan
the Silver Star, the other day. Well, Bobby is known as "Oscar" He ,Taylor and Mrs. Eartha Way and others will be -
operating a first rate jazz club out Southside.The asked her to dance, she argument in front of McGowan, secretaries; guests. ATTENTION TOHHi M Services
last
her house Monday.
house combo is composed of Gene Gonzales, said and when she re- Mrs. Rosa Counts and Sundsy Sept. 16, the
said she told the Sound service for
She Ad-
Womack Howard and Allen Jackson. He tried to do fused to dance with him. Mrs. Alveta Pauline, Freeman Family will be Christmas Selling ;
couple to move on and vertisingDances, Ball
the same thing at the Silver Star but we were not Oscar picked up a finance comittee; Mrs. presented in recital, Starts Early With
Mrs. Grant pulled a Games, etc. Also Loud
ready for such ventures.The cold drink bottle and Mable Jones. Miss featuring the trio. Miss Avon Cosnetics-part
pocket knife and cut her Speaker Service for Banquets -
Jax Bears open shop this'week-end. Several threw it striking her in Charlesta Spicer and Eloise Mervin and Wil- or full time. Valu-
several times. Concerts Record
Negro stars will be in the starting offensiveand the face. Miss Marjorie Alvarez, liam Streets Jr. will be i Sales Territories
defensive units. In addition, the fans will She was taken to D1 val She was taken to Duval program committee, Mrs. guests soloist. Rev. J. Now Available. Hops etc.Phone El 3-5902
Medical Center by policecar. i II
have an opportunity to see the 'lurching Blue Medical Center by po police advised her Alice Mcintosh, Mrs. S. Johnson, the pastor .... Hi 6-8810 SOUND SERVICE
Devils" of New Stanton Ierform along with the lice car. Police adVisedher Eunice Lee Mrs. Alta- will be present. .

bands of Landon, Jackson, Lee and the other to secure a warrant. to patrolmen secure a J.C.warrant Adams mese Mcintosh and Miss Other events will be 1ii. JcTtTnROLL .

schools. Jimmy Thompson of Gilbert is chief scout Patrolmen J. D. Austin and W.J. LaVeker in- Jacqueline Williams announced. O, RAMA i ,as
for the Bears. Bill Hood and associates are seek- and I. W. Collins in- music committee.Mrs. &
vestigated.Last 13 American Churchmen i CORNER CMBCI ( DAVIS
vestigated.WIFE
Sims and
ing your support so please turn out and support Maggie f ?)
this experiment in democracy on the gridiron.Ted . .. Rosela Wednesday Grant said Mrs.she Mrs. M. Duke, courtesy 1$3 Open .3 ,.1. ti 11:OOPJD. ::1'i'

Richardson, former Gilbert and A. and II. star HOSPITALIZED was walking in front of committee; Pulpit Aid Visit i Russia, Europe I THIS COUPON 6811 FIR 2t ON YOUR [i it

is starting quarterback for the Bears. Ted is also FOLLOWING ARGUMENT 1236 Swift Street and Board, Mrs. L. Rufus 2 HOURS IF SKATING ;
a newly appointed member of the Gilbert facul- During a domestic president, decoration Bishop Herbert B Shaw .
ty replacing Longenu Parsons. parsons is downtown quarrel at 2412 San Die- Mrs.and started Daniels an came argument.The out. committee. Mrs. Inez along with 12 other Note; Cnpas' = 14.a ,IIJ 1!

working out of the bosses office in driver educa- go Road last Sunday a argument led to a Johnson and Mrs. Evelyn American religious __
tion. Congrats to Parsons. wife was hurt and emergency fight. Mrs. Grant received R. Freeman) publicity leaders arrived in -

Essie MCCray is really moving. A few days after treatment was re- laceration on committee, Mrs. janie Russia. He is a memberof VOTE FOR FRANK LEAGUE
her return from the Carribean, she left for Grand quired, police stated. the forehead and was Madry: Mrs. Edith Ander- an American Delega-
Rapids, Michigan and the National urban League Mrs. Sadie Mae Mc- taken to Duval Medical son and Mrs. Joyce Gilbert tion which will discuss WORKING tttM-tiSKK MAN-FAMILY MAN

meeting. Also on the go is Pearl Miller. Pearl isa Fadden, 37, said her Center by police car. Sunday School Department the ideals of the Chris- Is The Man We
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member of the local delegation attending the husband wanted her togo police said she was advised other officersand tian religion with the I >. 'nThiS
national social workers confab in yiami. to the store and then to sign a warrant. group captains will Soviet union. they will s MAN-A machinist
join us. in wishing the best of luck to Yvonne she refused he hit on be announced later. remain there for three 25,1'S with Seaboard RR.
Daniels. The former WOBS deejay has set up shop the back of her head TEENAGERS ARGUE; The women will operate weeks.In When elected will judge
in Chicago. We understand that the offer in Chi- with an ash tray.Investigating YOUNG WOMAN HURT on a divisional basis return a group of \ his fellow men with kind
Miss Gussie L. Thomas, Sadie Tillis
town was too good to turn dome officers with Mrs. Christian churchmen of ness and understanding.
18, of 1131 Van Buren the Silver
said Mrs. McFadden was coordinating the Soviet Union will BUSINESS MAN In Real
Note to
21st and Myrtle wolves. The cute last
taken totthe EmergencyRoom Street was injured Division and Mrs. Inez visit the United Statesin !state & Insurance 25
little package you saw with Auntie Jewel at Duval Medical Tuesday, police said. Bivins will coordinatethe February 1963 and rra; believes in rights
Terry is Linda Pearson, Bennett College soph. stated that
Miss Thomas Gold.
Center. of American to
The word is look but don't touch. She's almost remain in this country every
spoken for.Robert patrolman R.M. Bowden she was walking with Sunday Sept. 9, from 4 for approximately three; think vote speak, read
investigated. Walter Wilson, 21, of 6 p.m. a Pretty Hat weeks. or worship as he pleases
Brymer and associates tell us that the . 709 Jessie Street whenan Tea will be sponsored FRANK LEAGUE is a native of Duval County, born
new name of the tff-beat" Shoe Shine Parlor is argument started. Aug. 28, 1914 and has been a resident in Dist. 4
The Sweet ShoP" Nope they don't sell candy or 70YEAR OLD MAN Wilson struck her on the GIBBS BEAUTY SHOP for 21 yrs. He resides at 958 Mikael Ave. Educa-

pies, they just specialize in sweet words utteredby ROBBED BY YOUTHSA nose, she said. ted in Jax 'schools, attended Jax university and
sweet boys. 70-year-old man was She was taken to Duval Specializing In | 1301 MONCRIEF ROAD University of Florida.He .

George HcCall, former Jaxon and Stanton cage attacked and robbed last Medical Center for 'H for School is a deeply dedicated family man. Is marriedto
star of years back spent his vacation town. Saturday night police treatment. She stated Tinting Drug Special rates the former Barbara.

George's brother Stephen (Step) makes his home in reported. sh e would secure fi Mrs. Hortense Seal. Mgr. Otter operators to serve yon. They have two sons and are members of Hyde Park
Ha.aii..lts back to work for Gerald Grayson.His John W. Clement, of warrant police stated. *' Church.
honeymoon is over and he is back on the job. 1781 had reached the .. 'I Shop'EL 4-9780 Res. EL 6-0420 fOUR VOTE Will BE APPRECIATED

Brewster Hospital is really a paradox. They are coiner of Starr and pow- -. .
on the eve of a big carnival and financial appeal. hattan Streets after MADELINE'S COFFEE SHOP

They expect the support and help of all of the leaving a fruit shop at ;Pr Moncrief Drive-In Market

people. Yet, when these same people go to Brew-, icings Road and Powhattan :': Re Opened Friday, Sept. 7th

ster for service, they are faced with demands for when two ycung men came
$100 in cash before admittance; they don' t trust up behind him, Clement 24 boars 45th St. For Free Delivery

your personal .checks ,they don't trust your insurance said. One young man Specializing In SemcePboalolcr

yet they want you to trust them with your jumped on his back while Tasty Home Cooked Foods a day senice M I e f foal PI 59217PO 8-6011
donations. Almost everyone who has had dealingswith the ether one went -

the hospital can tell you of some sort of through his pockets and
incident which left a bitter taste in their mouth. took his billfold and \L ChickenSteak Seafoods

An insurance salesman stated that Brewster was contents, he said.
Closing Sundays Until Further Notice
the only hospital which gave their policy holders They took $23 from him i

any sort of trouble. We don't know who is to and ran west on Starr 1929 KINGS RD. EL 4-9952 e

blame, but someone had better take a look-see into Street, Clement stated.

the relations with the public of the hosptial and Police said victim could STRAND Se day Thro Saturday
only give a partial
cut out so much public relations.
description of the
Word comes from across the waters that the robbers. 'x ra twoNr .suu w swe os.. ra s u r b'e

former Theophane Belton and her hubby are parents- young. UGH
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tobe.A WOMEN FIGHT TWICE; ORSON WElIES-VKTOR MATURE :
new position has been created in the public _
EACH HAS A DECISIONA
schools. TV aides have been assigned to assist -"THE TARTARS"A

instructors of video classes. 64-year-old woman who IUX FUll ntOOUCTON .. :I IO.ICtl'_
lives at 927 Franklin
Harold Gibson, Jr. tells us that he is home to
plus Co-Nit "NEARLY A NASTY ACCIDENT"ROOSEVELT
stay. "Gip'J and his madam have plans for a '
FOR SALE -
"real" tots school. They open soon. Mrs. Gibson, I 9
Sunday Urn Tuesday ; t
is a pre-school education specialist. GOOD Truck for sale

We pity the lowly crab. Sam and his fellow IK ton 1946 Dodge (cheap

citizens gave Mr. 'C* and his family a fit Labor private owner, call Walt DiSttey Htr...
Day. They boiled him, deviled him and fixed him FL 9-1271. Can be seen : pIIS

all sorts of ways.: The crab family was really de at Barley Tire Co. .

pleted this week end. Dot Jones, Joe Flanders and 3215 Phillips Hiway or i &Jce- SieaetsWTO

ye humble scribe were just a few of the crab call EX 83414. f \ PiJPr
M. Hit -.. Q NTS.!
boilers. Everywhere you looked you saw a wash tub Grand Opening -..--.-..----
on the way to the boil.

Macon "Bodybuilder" Williams passed through Sept. 17th. 18th, 19th,
Sirdar Bite ibm Tuesday CENTER GUTPORK
last week. The boys said that Mr. Ballentine had 1962. SKYVIEW 59C I' 25C

something fine when he passed. They are all ini PRINCESS KSKM SCH81 2 Tecbwcehr Pictures CHOPS lb. 111.

quandry as to her identity. All we know is that Scholarship offered

she hails from Philly.The Day and evening classes "IWTATIM IF UFE"
NAACP and a citizens committee have launcheda FRESH FEnS 1
around enrollments. DC
Year TRAIN FilM GUN HILL" 39C I PIG
"LAST
joint voter registration drive. They will kickoff Courses' BACK BONES l 111.
in full swing after the November election. Due Designing Free Hand

to the special election next week, books will Cutting Saturday
only be for six days prior to the General ROOSEVELTKfc 12 INCH J
open Dressmaking Reweaving eta 14 cEp this AD CHICKEN 35" .
Election in November. Alex Heard is coordinatorfor Tailoring Millinery 35 WEINERS lb.
the drive. Your support is needed and will Combination Course ml get it fir H Saturday Mm 2 GIZZARDS lb. ...
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be sought. All of the "political leaders" are Write to P.O. Box 2061 6 p... ta see 'RUE CLEAR of BIAILO" ari .
being asked to come out and do some free work-for Tallahassee, Florida form
once-for our race. are information. Y "UKLEH M TK FIAIRE" HECK BONES 25C CHICKEN NECKS 15C

1 I '2 gyp=. 2 Ib. box

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Sisisors THE EDGEWOOD -.. SHORT BRISKET COUNTRY
19" SAUSAGES 591t
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DANCE RIBS lb. STEW 1 111. Ib.


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Friday Nite, September 7(1( LIVER ft. IitJI $5.00 food order I
LOAFS OF MERITA
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I From 9:00: p. I. latilDili IITEL PEANUTS 350 IREAD 25 ROAS1\\\ 59C

FUZESMistce -, 2 iL wit tad order IEEF \Ib.It \
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:$1.00 $1,25 I. WEST EKEW8BI AVfMK AT CIEVEUM M. Ice Cold Waterwlw I lire Crabs Baby ipea 24 brs. daily.



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