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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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September 22, 1962
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weekly
regular

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

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

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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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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 22, 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:
UF00028362:00629

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Preceded by:
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-i;ij Giving no apparent reason 'Moonshiners't A'37-year-old Negro secretary reported AWAITING hearing on charges of rape are Richard Williams, Charles Tuesday and was was

j for its action, the ini brutally raped in the darkness of Bradley. John Capehart, Sinclair Johnson and Theodore Haywood.

Duval County School Alertness on the part Mt. Herman park last Friday night, Aug. The five are alleged to have over-powered stripped and rapeda Tuesday and was

Board this week extended of an off-duty, city 14 by a gang of five attackers ranging local secretary in Mt. Herman Park last Friday evening. The prinounced dead on

from 10 to 30 calendars patrolman Wednesday re- J in age from 17 to 39. suspects, captured by police shortly after the incident, ranged arrival after being

-ii days suspensions of sulted in the quick arrest it in age from 17 to 39. rushed to Duval

James W. johnson and of two inoonshiners' The victim related to ;area when the call came ........ ............................ Center.
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Northwestern Senior both of whom were jailed) police how she and a through, stated Of :: ""'" .' ""+%', ",'
High teachers Mrs. Lucille under several charges. male companion were Solomon Sgt. Shooting Negro 'Accidental1 4 Admit Arson fffiBENJAMIN" ,: &:
Weston one of \ .. tt"
and Forrest Mur- Off-duty Patrolman sitting In the park the first .
_ officers to
Taylor Constable
ph)'. Robert George Jr. according talking when the five arrive at the scene. Contends Of Negro Church -'#.

Tif Mur hy 31, has been to detective assailants appeared out "We picked up the woman -
charged with the recent Capt. R.B. Whittington, of the darkness, and in the headlights TALLAHASSEE -- The Taylor county con- DAWSON, Ga. -- Terrell

shooting of his had been visiting his after briefly Ques- the car. I could see of stable, who last May shot and killed a 19yearold County became a beehive'

wife Mrs. Lucille Murphy parents at 1962 W. 1 tioning her. grabbedand from the she Negro youth was acquitted Tuesday of FBI activity this week
way was
Ninth and by an all-white federal grand jury after in the wake of racist
following an- alleged was re- carried her to an walking that there
--- .,.. was swearing under oath that he did not
domestic argue ''':. :;t i isolated area of the something the matter mean activity which left two
ment and had been ]park. with her. Right after to shoot the youth during a spot investi- Negro churches burned to
gation near Perry. '
placed under $5,000 Describing how they that we saw one of tht the ground and an FBI

bond on charges of assault Y stripped her of her suspects walking away.I Sauls took the stand agent I attacked by an impassioned .E

to rcurder clothing the woman threw a light on him following testimony from Appoints WomanTo segregationist.

A preliminary hearingset stated that they took and told him to halt." 1 two relatives of the The church'-burnings--

for Justice of Peace turns holding her Other officers that dead youth who had generally regarded as BROWN JR.

Dorcas Drake's court pinned to the ground rushed to the scene *had witnessed the slay- | Top Post acts of reprisal by resistant -

_-i had been originally f until each of the five were A. Grisson, A. Wiggins ing. Joan Williams 12. whitesoccuredduring

EJ scheduled for Friday had raped her. George Bradley and niece of the slain WASHINGTON -- An attorney last week as civil The youth, 15-year-old

corning Sept. 14 but Responding quickly to Clarence Barton. Sgt. K youth, testified she general appointment rights leaders intensified Benjamin Brown Jr. ,

"was'ont tnu ed it i'Friday an emergency call/police '0. -Helsabeck conducted wiinessed the shooting. ,. has place Miss their Negro voter slammed into *a tackling

_ morning Sept. 21 after officers rounded up the the initial investigation :from the back of Dumas' Margaret M. Smith as registration campaign in dummy during team drill

_iJ the STAR went to press. '. five within the area a for the homicide truck in which they were supervisor of Immigration this: area. apparently, causing a

1 ROBERT GEORGE. JR. short time after the division. ]riding at the time of and Naturalization It was during an investigation brain hemorrhage, according -

_ Miss. AttemptsTo turning to his car when incident occured. Apprehended The victim was taken the Incident. She said Service Port receptionists of the turnings to city detectives -

he saw two men carryinga were two 17- to Duval, Medical Center *Sauls cursed Dumas, at international on Sunday that Agent who investi-

Bar Negro jug from the trunk of lep-olds identified as where she was exajined 'called him a filthy name Airport, IdleP Mohr of the AtlantaFBI gated the incident.The .

one car to the front Charles' Bradley and by Dr. David 0. Booher. 'and said "I'm going to wild, N.Y. office was struck by tall, 130-pound

From 'Ole! Miss.' seat of another automo- Richard Williams 19- No date of hearing has teach you niggers some Miss Smith, who joine a man identified as Virgil youth was completely

bile parked in the next year-old John Capehart, been set for the five sense. the Immigration and Edmund puckett. The dressed in protective

JACKSON, Miss. A peculiar block. 20-year-old Sinclair suspects. It was established Charles Dumas, an Naturalization Service attack took place at the clothing and helmet at

and unexpected George Whittington Johnson and Theodore however older brother of the in November, 1957, scene of the church fire the time of the inci-
deadlock among the Hardage Haywood whose victim, testified that at Sasser.In .
continued suspectingthat through the state at- speaks and writes dent. He was one of
board members of the the jug contained age.was given as 39. torney's office that Sauls pulled a gun and Spanish and French. She Atlanta, civil rights several team members

University of Missis- moonshine whiskey entered "We were patrolling the hearing when removed a knife from was graduated from Virginia leader James Forman wired taking turns rushingat

sippi has at least his car and droveto pretty close to thEDavisOi scheduled will be con- Joe's pocket. He said State College in Attr. Gen. Robert Kennedy the practice ap-

temporarily. sidetrackedMiss. where the two men ducted in the court of although he heard the 1955, and thereafter to the effect that paratus.

nett''Gov.plan to Ross preventa Bar- were standing! and bloc- Citizens Judge Sarah Bryan. The shot he did not see the taught school at Huntington The unwarranted attack Offering a theory as

king the mens' vehicle five to date have gun go off.ACOOrding. High School in upon an agent of the FBI to what might have

Negro lily-white from attendingthat insti- with his car. To"Rebuild: been charged with rape. to Sauls, the Newport News, Va. is only indication of the happened, Sgt. K. 0.

tution. Thwarting the mens attempt shooting occured while The Robert F. Kennedy lawlessness rampant in Helsabeck said Brown

Barnett swore earlier to escape George Ivmtd Church Major. '1 rills he was making an inves- appointment gives Miss southwest Georgia." must have hit, the dum-
tigation concerning some in Washington, the Justice -
N then placed the two Smith the responsibility my with the side of his
this week to go to jail
under arrest. forged checks. He said a j of greeting and as- Department said it
rather than comply witha DAMSON. Ga. Mayor face with enough force
Tap Ntgrots brother of the victim is seeking to determine
The report further ,
sisting ar-
federal court order re- Carl Roundtree said passengers to cause the hemorrhage.
veals that one of the Tuesday that white was a chief suspect in ;riving at international whether the church fires The boy collapsed
f to integrate the school.
men, James Burton. 58 Post the case. He said that in Chicago, were connected with
Currently, the dispute citizens of Dawson and For High airports shortly after com-
centers around of 1957 'Kings Road. Terrell County have it was while. checkingthe g Houston, Detroit and voter registration activities plaining to Coach
James
Meredith, 29yearoldNegro stashed the five gallon pledged to rebuild the brothers' signaturesthat Idlewild.Miss ; in the county. Nathaniel S. Washington
a
Political conventions in he was compelled to Smith is native 'If so," according to
a
who was ordered jug of whiskey an High Hope Baptist that his throat was dry
'bo th New York and disarm Joe Dumas of a !Burke: Marshall, chief of
I admitted to the school threatened Officer Church which was destroyed {of Charlotte N.C. and he was having difficulty -
George with a jagged 'Massachusetts produced switch blade knife. 1 the department's civil
by fire Lt)nday. swallowing.
this week
by the court.
edge of the jug. George The Georgia Sheriff'sAssociation surprise package this "just as I pulled the South Bars rights division 'the
The college board made knife out, and it ; "
i came
fired shot incidents will be used
one into the week with the nomination
,
accordingto
up of 13 businessmen ground in an attempt \ Lowdness county of two Negroes for the out open it seemed like Are Cnmbliig in! a federal suit against Gov. Ponders
are reported split on Dumas lunged at me and "
Barnett's insistencethat to halt the man and was Sheriff J.L. FUtch has post of state. attorney voter Intimidation. Death Order
then forced whirled at the same Here in Dawson Sheriff
shoot
to, general.At .
offered
SOD reward
a $
_ they defy the time. The went off.I Editor Notes
Burton in the leg in for the apprehensionand gun > Z.T. Matthews said he md

court order. A majorityof an ,effort to halt him. conviction of ar- Syracuse, New York, had no intention WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS his officers were 'ith-
the board however "
Burton' was treated at sonists mo set fire to where the Democratic con- shooting. Sauls W. Va. An Oklahomanewspaper are purportedly in agreement vention Edward R. cl ailled.
Duval Medical Center any church within the met } editor toldan of the fires.
with Bar- The
and then Jailed under state. Dudley was nominated with case was tried annual convention of 'One thing we are sure

nett's defiant attitude. charges of possessionof Roundtree a Dawson little opposition for the. before a 12-man all- ;newspaper publisher this, 'of," Matthews added,

Such a stand in the non-tax paid whiskey publishernewspapereditor state atty. general'spost. white jury. A Taylor week that the barriers '/and that is that no
matter coul mean contempt ] It is the highest County grand jury cleared white' in Terrell
asssult on a police of- said "the between the races have i person
Sauls of criminal re-
.of court citationand ficer and attemptedbr political seat to whicha been broken. 'County set them.
white people of this
in the-
sponsibility
possible jail sen- ibery. Negro has ever been t Editor Jenkin Lloyd Stating that he is
town and county want to
federal
tences for the governorand'his The second suspectwas rebuild this church chosen by either majorparty death. The Jones of the Tulsa bending every effort"to WILLIE YOUNG
into the
t allies. Walter Robert Giles. themselves. in New York State. case government got Oklahoma Tribune in identify the arsonist ...Awaits Decision

Reports at press timestate 26. of 1676 W. 11th St. 'r B going to serve after the NAACP addressing the Southern Matthews said. "As soon TALLAHASSEE -- Gov.

that Meredith will He was also arrested and as chairman of a com- In Massachusetts, wherea asked for an investi Newspaper Publishers Association as I do (identify them), Farris Bryant Tuesday
be served with warrant senatorial battle involving gation. '
I'll have then in j ail
charged with
possession mittee to accept con- here on Monday. delayed signing the
when he appears at the President Kennedy -
university. The warrantIs of moonshine. tributions for rebuilding "I never hated anything said ". .. the raster puckett, who struck theFBI death warrant of.a
; s younger brother
said to be charging Patrolman George this church. so much in my servant relationship hasbeen agent, was boundover Jacksonville Negro con-
Teddy, overshadowed all
him with giving false dressed in civilian But we don't want out- life" the suspended broken once and for to a federal grandjury victed for the fatal-

clothes at the time of side help." other political activity constable. Henry Sauls all. It will never comeback ex Monday. He was shooting jof a grocerymanthere
leftnation when he
plied for enrollment ap-atthe the Incident. was wearIng Roundtree farther Republicans, in a sweeping claimed! as he testified nor should: it." released under. $5, 000 during an attempted -

his service pistol stated some felt that nomination, placed Negro 1 in federal court Monday. le are going to have bond. holdup.
school. Meredith Edward W. Brooks the> *******
J on
will on his belt.Slspectlnc. the church was burnedby to learn to live togethain Willie Young, 26, has
be accompanied by party ticket for stateAtty. Sauls, who was immediately he described as the
that people who live in described by his
George a steadily increasing been
.., O. S. marshals when he General.It reinstated Southern belief in "the
was having difficulty Dawson and Terrell level of integration" attorneys as having an
reports for classes, according following his acquittal comfortable
dogma that
with the two suspects CountJ'and that it was was two years agothat he said, adding: "But intelligence quotient
to a Department indicted
was on Dost
Negroes
ot someone In the neighborhood the local citizens .job the polltically- while the majority race are not of 40 (submoron). However -
Justice official in
called. minded Brooks ran unsuccessfully charges of willfolly interested in inte- the State Pardon
Washington. police and to rebuild the struc oust do a lot better ,
Sgt. Edward for liasc shooting and killing He contendedthat Board refused to commute,
Micron ture. than
? immediately it has in offering
*******
most do
sachusett of 'Jo Dumas Negroes
The; united Nations is a arrived on The wer slid that secretary with intentto equality;: of opportunity Young's death sentence,
'cooBunity of toleranceand'a the scene iad: took the people wasted to afce* State. deprive bin of life the minority race has want integration although last week despite the

'; community two son into euatGdr. others tareaateHt. the The Democratic 'aoaiaee, without due process and yet to prove that it 'the)' nay nct Governor's statement'
Officers frog Dudley, was formerly U.S. with intent to inflict have wanted it 10 or 20 that he hated to executea
tolerance is a terrible.frustration two IIOre'tie nation, that Btwaea sciti will deliver equal per-
Aabassador to Liberia. He ssaaary punishment on years ago.,and the moral man Incapable of
gallon "
to the Jag containing ..ary deeply reseated fo naance.
.. qu estion cannot be .
is 53 years old. J udleaent.i
I totalitarian .tad.' BOBBfthiae't tat shMMfvl act. JonAS criticized what laughed UQ'"


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ERIC 0. SIMPSONAIYSON -, ..- _*aIiNg EitIr v ? "
It ,
Ei .. Two weeks or more the Eastside crimes have
i JlSE.-IeIs IrIILBAIOOTDICiw461I3lip <:
made headlines in your paper. Have you

,-,. forgotten the same or worse crimes are
.
being committed on the West side? You have

MAIN/ OFFICE & PUNT: i. described the East side as a wild and
.
poisonous place to live. '

2323.Hecrief:.Road-Ptee ELp 4ffl2AMress n U713 ,.....,. ,
i i Mr. Editor, it is not a lack of untended;
-
: responsibilities on the part of the East

side citizens. This is a growing city,
.' f' '
P... 0, Box 561, lacksamk 1, Fterita -.t. 'af with many people moving from other places
L
-1_ _- ;; ; making their homes here, and it is impossible -

'r 1 4, to try to preserve peace and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
decorum.,

Half Year $4.00 -
One Year $6.00 0;

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States .. Mr. Editor, yes a few years ago, boys who

Subscription Payable in AdvanceSend were shooting marbles and playing baseballare

check or Money Order to: some of your West side citizens. They

came from the East side. To mention only a

Florida Star, P. 0. Box 561 Ht few, such as school principals, insurance
:
Jacksonville 1, Florida : executives, school teachers, lawyers,

letter carriers and pullman porters.Mr. .

Will Teachers Unionist ? 4 Editor, why not speak of the good

things on the East side for a change.

Last school year attention was focused on a new" ; :,.,:, Namely, the Gator Bowl, coliseum, base-

area of union activity. for the first time. Many ball park Buster Ford's Restaurant, and

people were unaware of the existence of ''teach- paved streets and
by no means forget our
er unions" until the strike of New York public

school teachers. Regardless of the results in its THAT "STROKE OF THE PEN-- street lights.
May I suggest that you, as a public relations

locality, this strike had some widespread' effectson _. .. ',. .' -. I, man, get with the civic leadersof
-
the national educational scene. First, it awoke !
the East side and see what can be done
the public to the fact that
teachers couldbe
tell where we are failing as civic
and us
unionized legally; secondly, teachers allover
:
JI I leaders. I am ready anytime.
the YourWeekly
country noted that the New York teachers secured -

their demands; and, lastly, professional < .
Sincerely yours, !
educational organizations leaders were crudely

Jolted from their ivory towers with the realiza '"- : Horoscope (Guide Mrs. Elnora Hampton Johnson

tion nation's that teachers their positions were in eopardy.as "leaders" of the f; Committee dedicated womanA East sider

Dr. William G. Carr, Executive Secretary of the (' .
,":f'-t ***********
National Education Association sounded the alarm ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH Madame
:
in an address at the recent NEA convention. The

address was reprinted in the current NEA Journal.In ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR In replying to your letter let us state

his address Dr. Carr referred to the state of BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL at once that we feel that our editorial
focusing on a widening vortex of criminal
affairs as "a hinge, a time of real crisis, a
_, '. 0 activity on the eastside of this city
"
turning point.
He intimated that dragons in the
achieved it main purposes: that being to
form of labor leaders were planning to use their
influence to take over the teaching professionand ARIWBorn have been planning for a month when this may be 1-90-99-18-79-198 spark resentment, fire indignation. revitalize -

that a loss of quality education would follow March 21st thru long time. made possible. CAPRICORNBorn 22nd thru civic pride and encourage a

April 19th 9-10-11-17-72-917 5-20-22-15-39- Dec. closer communication between this publica-
Naturally
non-professionals or the laymen wonder
Jan. 19thAs
what the furore) is all about it boils down to In your anxiety to follow CANCERBorn LIBRA tion and its readership.Your .

several specific through, you often June 22nd thru Born Sept. 23rd thru Mercury will be vigorous defense of the admirable
points. First, the NEA has become '
vast are impelled to plunge July 22nd Oct. 23rd going retrograde after environmental qualities to be found on the
a complexly organized giant which has be
little direct headlong without first With mercury turning retrograde With Mercury startingout the 23rd. it may eastside are quite acceptable to us--and,
bearings on things which affect
wiser for to reduce
securing the proper on the 23rd, you on a retrograde you we are sure, to the majority of our
the Individual
teacher with the exception of a
footholds with Uercuty may as well take your cue Journey, you should al your pressures, gathering readers. However, we feel that your per-
professional Journal which is mailed to him
starting a retrograde fr on daily events and low events to give you whatever rewards are ripe sonal readiness to cringe from criticism
monthly and a membership card to in his
carry Journey after the 23rd. circumstances during the your cues from day to for the picking. You which has nothing to do with personalities -
pocket. The NEA does nothing to help him with his
could into bitter
get
you should first sound rest of the month. The day. Try not to force but with problems takes away much of
local problems. He finds that he must through allow
go arguments if
you
out your. associates ,to Cancerians who are unaware things to happen. Avoid the-effectiveness of the civic pride you
channels which result in wordy resolutions but
cf the odds against the anyone to arouse your in to the Fditor" '
verify whether they are arguments with people voice your Letter .
little action. He observes that non-instructional ire The is
(26th) sun
ready or willing as yet brick walls to no avail. who are giving the orders Criticism rendered with concern cautionand
personnel in the school system are unionized and
to provide all the collaboration Take business slowdownsin as this will mini- shining again on your justification, is an ingredient of re-
he sees them obtain "cost of living Increases,"
you are bound stride, making the mize the possibility of high objectives, you finement. It needs he !aid here, orefore;
Increased leave time and other fringe benefits. should not hesitate to
to require. This may best of your previous being cut short. Your that this newspaper in no wise attempted
State lawmaking bodies accept the resolutions of
prevent the hot words foresight to meet any hopes are more likely to benefit from any ground by the editorial you referred totto embarrass -.

his professional groups as "reccommendations"and that could rend the air contingencies that arise. be fulfilled, especiallyif work you may have done eastside citizens by J painting

act accordingly. on the 20th, or lead to There are signs that you you ,have given unselfishly previously. Besides, scarlet a condition which indeed exists to
Secondly, teachers' professional organizationshave these days represent the
a final showdown that may soon have to estab- of your time some degree everywhere.

,stayed out of politics.1' With few excep- will not beneeit anyone lish a new residence or and talents for your start of an epoch when What we wished to do--and did--was to

tions NEA has encouraged support of bond issues with the base of operations, to your prestige businessor
(26th) Even dearest ones. The Librans alert eastside citizens to the noticable
and similar programs but has not come out strongly best intentions in the ultimate advantage. professional prospectsare
your whose birthdays fall on slackening in the overall sense of responsibility -
for political activity.; Thus, members of the slated to make important -
world and the finest of instead of standing idly
the 28th and 29th should which keeps any community on
teaching profession see elected officials slash abilities, you cannot by waiting for things to find their coming yearan upward gains. its toes. What we wished to do-and did---

budgets, set up standards such as the Florida NTE quite make it all by happen, make the prelimi- excellent one for 4-20-77-16-57-427 was to nudge eastside citizens from their

examination, appoint committees to "investigateand yourself, at least for nary moves that may save awaken
self-development pro- postures of complacency and thereby
censure teachers" and they remain powerlessto any length of time. you time and money later. jects. AQUARIUS them to a socialt'problem that was gettingout
act while other groups lobby actively and cam-
530681695538TAURUS 370441283374LEO 20th thru
Born Jan.
7-40-33-19-45-743 of hand largely because of their tem-
paign vigorously against officials whom they feel Feb. 18th
SCORPIOBorn perate attitudes toward it.
are not 'friendly toward them. Born July 23rd.thru
Oct. 24th thru We feel ourselves an innate part of the
Last but not least, NEA affiliates on the state Born April 20th thru Aug. 22nd
Nov. 22nd Your principal associatemay and woof of this city. Our dedicationto
and local levels are top-heavy with administrators May 20th With warp
in office. A look at the roster of officersof Your social association its Mercury starting on As Mercury is ready to be willing enough to the betterment of the Negro at large
customary
the Florida State Teachers Association and the should be an unmitigatedJoy Journey it may retrograde be wiserto retrograde for a periodof offer advice, providedyou cannot be questioned. We have fought self,

Duval County Teachers' Association will show but this cannot be put off giving clear about three weeks, ,it refrain from assum- lessly and consistently for the twelve

that principals and administrators are in most said of your professional answers to those who are may be wiser to let well ing a superior and domi- years of our existence to foster progres-

enough alone 'and wait nating attitude (23rd. readers and at
major policy making positions. Member-teachers ones. Those who applying on sive attitudes in our

thus reel that they have to complain to the same may be envious of you you. if creditors pressure are becoming for the results from 24th) Mercury, going least open-mindedness among our non-
your previous endeavors. retrograde at the startof
people they are usually complaining about, thus may spread malicious too insistent, readers.
Baking complaints futile. Teachers are aware that gossip, trying to discredit find a to Any attempts to force this quarter, recom- Hence, it is of little value to passivelysay
appease
way
issues may only pro- mends reviewing and per- and
Jacksonville "is a growing city':
unnoticed by adminis- in the
their gripes and walls go you eyes them until your own pro-
trators who are ambitious and do not want to incur of the people with whom spects become brighter, voke quarrels and createnew fecting your long-range then to curl up in the shadow of this reality -
obstacles to further instead of carrying
plans and snugly to sleep. ,A city'sgrowth
the wrath_ of elected officials. you have dealings. Keep which they should some- go
progress. You may receive them any further. This is only as' great and consistent as
school affairs by the temper well in
Increased interest in your time next month. it seemsas
favorable tidings should help to uncover -
you .
of its people.Nor
out of politics. check, nd refuse to be the growth
citizenry will take the teachers if this is made neces regarding chances of mistakesand
your serious is this growth measured solely in
At the present time in our community, there is a goaded into saying or sary. 'itae forecast for achieving your main objectives to make splendid alternations coliseums bridges,
terms of sports arenas, t
hostile feeling toward members of the education writing things, that may the days; to come is that (27th 28th). that will make resturants--but in terms of its
highways
professional group by most individuals. They be used as a means of you will be kept busy
Accede to the terms, them more workable when willingness to accept the myriad
gloat In the failures and problems of teachers. A extracting II mey from with travel and correspondence whatever they may be*, and the time comes to execute people responsibilities of such growth, which are

helping hand with their problems from the community you. You may have to giving lucra- wait patiently for future them.
challenging and often, in their com
would help' teachers and thus help the work harder but don t tive results. YOU would developments, should this 2-80-33-14-93-283 always somewhat overpowering. .

children of the citizens. Advisory commutes on expect too ouch in the not be wasting time also be indicated. plexities.

teacher salarie ,acho liproveaents and currlcu1l. way of returns until studying the trends. 6-50-66-13-26-651 PISCES The Editors

should be formed by the populace and should become later next month. .. 8-60-77-14-64-861 SAGITTARIUSBorn Born Feb. 19th thru
March 20th Air National Guard
liason groups between schools and elected 4-80-55-13-48-485 VIRGO Nov. 23rd thru

officials. GEMINI Born Aug. 23rd thru Dec. 21st Mercury starts going '
retrograde on the 23rd, Proved 'Ready Now!
Born 21st thru 22nd
Professional organizations should encourage increased May Sept. Since Mercury is ready

participation in the proceedings and June 21stIf Nothing spectacular may to go retrograde, it indicating that associ-

deliberations. by the;,rank and file teacher. The some of your precious be expected at this would not be prudent to ates will not be quiteas .

cuaberson chain .of command and election procedures attempts have been stage, but this is all apply too much pressureon cooperative, and that

which often perpetuate groups in office devoid of concrete results for the best as long as associates, competi- results which are impatiently -

abould be codified. it may be more ;you have a steady; Job and tors or those who have awaited will

The last item is one which affects Negro teach- prudent to desist, when income you should.be official status. YOU be held up. Refrain from

ers and It also tends to make then sympathetic, Mercury starts m its content to leave the could open yourself to emotional displays or

toward teacher unions. The NEA should adttdon: its regular retrograde status quo. Those who may sharp rebukes or monetary attempts to force othersto A .y ,

schedule. The odds are be urging to gamble loss do your bidding when
generalized, weak-kneed support of school integration you should you disre- 63 j

and equal opportunity legislation. It arrayed against you. funds on hazardous enterprises gard this admonition.A theyaadopt contraty attitudes -

should take a fin stand behind the Supreme Court. There are promising pro- should not be fine day for friendly Patience and

The ,General Assemblies of the MEA have refused spects for the Geminians given a hearing unless conversations, which sound princ jples should I

to.act .decisively and take a concrete stand on who are in quest of you are perfectly will- could lead to the accep- prove quite remunerative. iON

the school segregation situation. on the otherAmerican knowledge or ready to embark ing to face and acceptthe tance of your terms and Prom then on, you may

hand, the Federation of Teachers has on a voyage for risk. A better cli- fulfillment of your probe deeper into the

has"cose' "out unequivocally against all forma of business or pleasure. mate for financial maneuvers hopes. Take the practical secrets of successful

Those of you who are concentrating is ushered in viewpoint in everythingyou monetary management. An
.
diecrisination.t .,_
on the domestic late on sth, but thereis do, and alliance with someone
;; say or yoU
'
tosometrna
of all teachers belong
t Ninety-seven percent already knows the THE ALERT In France. Pilot, bombs and jets-these are
who
professional .organisation. The aspects of your no need for undue will find this beneficialin the ingredients of last fairs fantastically successful mobilization
of may prove to be even Air National Guardsmen for the Berlin
of folly trained
22.000
existence should find haste. Do not exchange a than one.
more ways
implication is clear cut; either NBA and its affillatea better for your over-all risis. Within' a* month of their eallup these Guardsmen werelying
:' evamp their program s, to meet the challenge this aa opportune time bird in hand for two in Yon cannot afford to be interests. rital tactical missions throughout Europe in support

or. teachers will find a substitute, maybe to undertake the ,exten- the bush, but keep them impulsive or. extrava 9-30-22-15-69-03 of! NATO ground forces.

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THE FLORIDA STAR Letter To The Editor


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1016 East Union Street

-published- bj the" Florida SUr Publishing Co. \\ f' & August 29, 1962Jacksonville.

Associated Negro Press" h Pis = Florida
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-- .1ir Dear4Sir : ;
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ERIC 0. SIMPSON... ._...:_.aPI EftorwRtWS Ii :? '- ; 0. .

URlf : '; : ,! ; Two weeks or more the Eastside crimes have
ItTSflM L TBS!..._ L.
made headlines in your paper. Have you

ilBI .OOTEICW161) la pr forgotten the same or worse crimes are

being committed on the West side? You have

MAIN OFFICE & PUNT: described the East side as a wild. and

poisonous place to live.
2323,Kgcrid goad_Ple EUa 4ffl2 a (- 7i3AMress >:\
Mr. Editor, it is not a lack of untend tl;

MaiIg : responsibilities on the part of the East

side citizens. This is a growing city,

P. 0. Box 551 Ixkssmk 1 Fteiia with from other
.. : many people moving places
r- making their homes here, and it is impossible -

." .. to try to preserve peace and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -
decorum.Mr. .

'One Year. $6.00; Half year $4.00 ;. t. !t,

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States ; !j ',; Editor, yes a few years ago, boys who

Subscription Payable in Advance were shooting marbles and playing baseballare
'
i
Send check or Money Order to: some of your West side citizens. They
;:
came from the East side. To mention only a

Florida Star P. 0. Box 561 'J' few, such as school principals, insurance

Jacksonville 1, Florida :);;. : executives, school teachers, lawyers

1 4 letter carriers and pullman porters.Mr. .

Will Teachers Unionize ? ;:;_ : Editor, why not speak of the good
"'?
side for change.
% ;; ',. !i things on the East a
Last school year attention was focused on a new base-
,' Namely, the Gator Bowl, coliseum
area of union activity for the first time. Many' stta'jraEMSSv :-: ball park, Buster Ford's Restaurant and

people were unaware of the existence of "teacher streets and
k/ ai by no means forget our paved
unions" until the strike of New York public

school teachers. Regardless of the results in its THAT "STROKE OF THE PEN"YourWeekly street lights.
May I suggest that you, as a public relations
locality, this strike had some widespread .
effectson T .:. .' .. -. man, get with the civic leadersof
the national educational scene. First, it awoke -
the East side and see what can be done
the public to the fact that teachers couldbe
and tell us where we are failing as civic
unionized legally; secondly, teachers allover
leaders. I am ready anytime.
the country noted that the New York teachers secured -

their demands; and, lastly, professional .
Sincerely yours
educational organizations leaders were crudely


Jolted tion that from their their positions Ivory towers as "leaders1 with the *realiza-of the : ; 'H oroscoly peG u ide Mrs.Committee Elnora womanA Hampton Johnson"


nation's teachers were in jeopardy. S ; dedicated East sider

Dr. William G. Carr, Executive Secretary of the : '\ S .
f ) ***********
National Education Association 'sounded the alarm PABLO The ASTROLOGER
Madame
:
in an address at the recent NEA convention. The

address was reprinted in the current NEA Journal.In WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR In replying to your letter let us state

his address Dr. Carr referred to the state of BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL at once that we feel that our editorial
focusing on a widening vortex of criminal
affairs as "a hinge, a tIme of real crisis, a .
'
... -I-: ,'. .
activity on the eastside of this city
-
turning -
point. He intimated that dragons in the

form of,, labor leaders were planning to use their achieved it main purposes: that being to

influence to take over the teaching professionand A RIit: ; have been planning for a month when this may be 1-90-99-18-79-198 spark resentment, fire indignation revitalize -

that a loss of quality education would follow Born March 21st thru long time. made possible. CAPRICORNBorn 22nd thru civic pride and encourage a

,April 19th 9-10-11-17-72-917 520221539.522LIBRA Dec. closer communication between this publica-
Naturally non-professionals or the laymen wonder Jan. 19thAs
anxiety to follow CANCERBorn tion and its readership.Your .
what the furore is all about it boils down to In your
several specific First the through, you often June .22nd thru Born Sept. 23rd thru Mercury will be vigorous defense of the admirable
points. NEA has be- '
are impelled to plunge July 22nd Oct. 23rd going retrograde after environmental qualities to be found on the
come a vast, complexly organized giant which has
little direct headlong without first With mercury turning retrograde With Mercury startingout the 23rd. it may be eastside are quite acceptable to us--and,
bearings on things which affect
the Individual teacher with the exception of a securing the proper on the 23rd, you on a retrograde wiser for you to reduce we are sure, to the majority of our

footholds. With Hercuty may as well take your cue Journey, you should al your pressures gathering readers. However, we feel that your per-
professional Journal which is mailed to him
starting a retrograde fran daily events and low events to give you whatever rewards are ripe sonal readiness to cringe from criticism
monthly and a membership card to in his
carry
the picking. You
Journey after the 23rd, circumstances during the your cues from day to for which has nothing to do with personalities -
pocket. The NEA does nothing to help him with his
could into bitter
you should first sound rest of the month. The ,day. Try not. to force get but with problems takes away much of
local problems. finds that he
He must through allow
go if
arguments
out your associates to Cancerians who are unaware things to happen. Avoid you effectiveness of the civic pride you
channels which result in wordy resolutions but
verify whether they are cf the odds against arguments with the people anyone to arouse your voice in your "Letter to the Fditor" .
little action. He observes that non-instructional ire The is
(26th sun
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ready or willing as yet brick walls to no avail. who are giving the orders Criticism rendered with concern cautionand
personnel in the school system are unionized and
to provide all the collaboration Take business slowdownsin as this will mini- shining again on your justification is an ingredient of TP-
he sees them obtain "cost of living Increases "
,
you are bound stride making the mize the possibility of high objectives you finement. It needs he paid; here, tl!rrefore
y increased leave time and other fringe benefits. should not hesitate to
to require. This may best of your previous being cut short. Your that this newspaper in no wise attempted,
State lawmaking bodies accept the resolutions of
prevent the hot words foresight to meet any hopes are more likely to benefit from any ground by'the editorial you referred tofto embarrass -.

his professional groups as "reccommendations"and that could rend the air contingencies that arise. be fulfilled especiallyif work you may have done eastside citizens by painting

act accordingly. on the 20th, or lead toa There are signs that you you have given unselfishly previously. Besides scarlet a condition which indeed exists to
Secondly, teachers' professional organizations the
final showdown that may soon have to estab- of your time these days represent some degree everywhere.What .
have stayed out of politics." With few
excep- will not beneeit lish residence or start of an epoch when did--was to
anyone a new and talents for your we wished to do--and
tions NEA has encouraged support of bond issues (26th). Even with the base of operations, to dearest ames The Librans your prestige, businessor alert eastside citizens to the noticable
and similar programs but has not come out strongly best Intentions in the ultimate advantage. professional prospectsare
your whose birthdays fall on slackening in the overall sense of responsibility -
for political activity. Thus, members of the slated to make important -
world, and the finest of instead of standing idly the 28th and 29th should which keeps any community on

teaching profession see elected officials slash abilities, you cannot by waiting for things to upward gains.
find their coming yearan its toes. What we wished to do--and did--
budgets, set up standards such as the Florida NTE quite make it all by happen, make the prelimi- excellent one for 4-20-77-16-57-427 was to nudge eastside citizens from their

examination, appoint committees to "investigateand yourself, at least for nary moves that may save self-development pro- postures of complacency and thereby awaken

censure teachers" and they remain powerlessto any length of time. you time and money later. j e c ts. UARIUS them to a social<'problem that was getting
act while other groups lobby actively and cam- 5-30-88-16-95-538 370441283374LEO 20th thru
7-40-33-19-45-743 Born Jan. out of hand largely because of their tem-
paign vigorously against officials whom they feel Feb. 18th
SCORPIOBorn perate attitudes toward it.
are not 'friendly toward them. TAURUS Born July 23rd.thru
Oct. 24th thru We feel ourselves an innate part of the
Last but not least, NEA affiliates on the state Born April 20th thru Aug. 22nd
Nov. 22ndAs Your principal associatemay and woof of this city. our dedicationto
and local levels are top-heavy with administrators May 20th With warp
Mercury starting on Mercury is ready to be willing enough to the betterment 6f the Negro at large
of officersof association
in office. A look at the roster Your social its
the customary retrograde retrograde for a periodof offer advice, providedyou cannot be questioned. We have fought selflessly .
the Florida State Teachers Association and should be an unmitigated journey it be wiserto
may
Duval County Teachers' Association will show Joy, but this cannot be put off giving clear about three weeks, it refrain from assuming and consistently for the twelve
may be wiser to let well superior and dominating -
that principals and administrators are in most said of your professional answers to those who are a years of our existence to foster progres-
enough alone and wait attitude (23rd, readers and at
major policy making positions. Memberteachersthus ones. Those who applying sive attitudes in our
pressure on for the results from 24th Mercury, going
to the same be envious of ) least onen-pindedness among our non-
reel that they have to complain may you you. If creditors are becoming -
your previous endeavors. retrograde at the startof
people they are usually complaining about, thus may spread malicious too insistent readers.
Any attempts to force this quarter, recom- it is of little value to passivelysay
making complaints futile. Teachers are aware that gossip, trying to discredit find a to appease Hence,
way issues may only pro- mends reviewing and per- and
Jacksonville "is a growing city':
unnoticed by adminis- in the
and walls you eyes
their gripes go them until your own pro-
voke quarrels and createnew fecting your long-range shadow of this reality -
the
then to curl in
up
trators who are ambitious and do not want to Incur of the people with whom spects become brighter,
obstacles to further instead of carrying
plans and snugly to sleep. ,A city's
go
the wrath of elected officials. you have dealings. Keep which they should some-
progress. You may receive them any further. This growth is only as great and consistent as
Increased interest in school affairs by the your temper well in time next month. It seems favorable
tidings should help to uncover -
you .
of its people.Nor
the
the teachers out of politics.At check, end refuse to be growth
citizenry will take as if this is made neces regarding your chances of serious mistakesand is this growth measured solely in

the present time in our community, there is a goaded into saying or sary. 'ihe forecast for achieving your main objectives to make splendid alternations coliseums bridges.
terms of sports arenas, ,
hostile feeling toward members of the education writing things, that may the days to come is that (27th, 28th). that will make highways resturants--but in terms of its

professional by most individuals. They be used as a means of you will be kept busy
group Accede to the terms, them more workable when willingness to accept the myriad
gloat in the failures and problems of teachers. A extracting mmey from with travel and corres- whatever they may be*, and the time comes to execute people responsibilities of such growth, which are

helping hand with their problems from the com- you. You may have to pondence, giving lucra- wait patiently for future them. always challenging and often, in their complexities

munity would help' teachers and thus help the work harder but don t tive results. You would developments, should this 2-80-33-14-93-283 somewhat overpowering. .

children of the citizens. Advisory commutes on expect too much in the not be wasting time also be indicated. ,

teacher salariesschool Movements and curricula. way- of returns until studying the trends. 6-50-66-13-26-651 PISCES -The Editors
Born Feb. 19th thru
should be formed by the populace and should become later next month 8-60-77-14-64-861 SAGITTARIUSBorn March 20th Air National Guard

liason groups between schools and elected 480.6513484GEMINI VIRGO Nov. 23rd thru

officials. Born Aug. 23rd thru Dec. 21st Mercury starts going '
retrograde on the 23rd. Proved 'Ready Now!
Professional organizations should encourage Increased Born May 21st thru Sept. 22nd Since Mercury is readyto

participation in the proceedings and June 21stIf Nothing spectacular may go retrograde, it Indicating that associ-

deliberations by the,rank and file teacher. The some of your pre- be expected at this would not be prudent to ates will not be quiteas 1

cumberson chain ,of command and election pro- vious attempts have been stage, but this is all apply too much pressureon cooperative and that

cedures which often perpetuate groups in office devoid of concrete results for the best as long as associates, competi- results which are impatiently -

should be modified. it may be more you have a steady Job and tors or those who have awaited will

The last item is one which affects Negro teach- prudent to desist, when income you should be official status. You be held up. Refrain from

ers and it also tends to sake thea sympathetic Mercury starts on its content to leave the could open yourself to emotional displays or

tcward teacher unions. The NEA should adandon its regular retrograde status quo. Those who cay sharp rebukes or monetary attempts to force othersto .t

generalized, weak-kneed support of school integration schedule. The odds are be urging you to gamble loss should you disre- do your bidding when

and equal opportunity legislation. It arrayed against you. funds on hazardous enterprises gard this admonition.A theyaadopt contraty attitudes -

should take a fira stand behind the Supreme Court There are promising pro- should not be fine day for frisndlyconversations patience and

The ,General Assemblies of the N5A nave refused spects for the Gemini ans given a hearing, unlessyou which sound principles should

to act .decisively and take a concrete stand on who are in quest of are perfectly wIll- could lead to the accep- prove quite remunerative.

the school segregation situation On the other knowledge or ready to embark ing to face and acceptthe tance of your terms and Frail then on,- you1

for risk. A better cli- fulfillment probe deeper into the
Teachers has on a voyage of your
hand, the. American Federation of
few:co"y.' out unequivocally against all forms of business or pleasure. mate for financial na- hopes. Take the practical secrets of successful

Those' of ,you who are concentrating neuvers is ushered in viewpoint in everythingyou monetary management. An
discrimination.Ninetyseven
the domestic late on sth, but there do, and alliance with someone
on :; say or you
percent of all teachers belong to who already knows thea ON THE ALERT la France. Pilots, bombs *&4 are
organization. aspects of your is no need for undue will find this beneficialin the ingredient of last fair fantastically suttee rl ,4liztt oa
tome type of professional The may prove to be even trained Air National Guam Mr" b.v..
of
22.000 fully
existence should find haste. Do not exchange a than one.
implication Is clear cut, either NEA aed its aX more ways better for your over-all crisis. Within' a! month of their caUea, these ..... w. ... '0
Ciliates:re'uP their protra.s. to meet the chal this an opportune time bird in hand for two. in You cannot afford,.to be Interests. flying ritsl tactical missions throaffewt 4

to undertake the exten- the bush, but keep them Impulsive or extrava- of NATO ground forces.
substitute maybe .
1 eage or teachers. will find a 9-30-22-15-69-832
onions* sive alterations they in sight until next gant. ,

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Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority's annual 'Round- ... t'

Up" jamboree was a happy event for visitingand
inactive sorors as well as active members of .".i..
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Gamma Rho Omega Chapter. The committee responsible ---

for such an enjoyable affair included Mrs. t s t a F \ < Mr. and Mrs: Lorenzo Hayward; 1580 w. 19th

Lance Howard membership chairman; Mrs. Bar- Clark; 722 Ct. B; Boy. Street. ; Girl. '

bara 'Robinson, social chairman; Mrs. Frances Mr. and Mrs. John 'fc '"; : Mr. ,ancf ift'i ::'A'hdr'to'

Johnson chairman of chapter activities;' Mrs. Dove; 5132 ClevelandRoad 1 Robinson: 1556 Ella St. ;

Louise Sheffield financial chairman; and Mrs. ; Boy. Girl

Ruth C. Solomon basileus who spoke briefly to Mr. and Mrs. RichardH. Mr., and Mrs. LouisCainf

the group. 1t N N Petty; 1735 Brewster 124 1 Grant Street;
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Participants in the "round-up" meeting were 4'' s, nt MT Road; Girl. Girl. -

highly entertained with social games and singing Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mr. and Mrs. Detroit

sorority songs persons present included Mrs. ;"""\c .. Robinson; 754 Spearing Cooks; 2151 W. 41st St. ;

Mildred White Mrs. Annette Taylor, Mrs. Sadie ,. Ft' _,_ Street; Girl. Boy.

J. Wilson, Mrs. Carrie Kincade, Mrs. Betty Sessions, t.-. ")i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mr. and Mrs Robert
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Mrs. Helen Swain, Mrs. Gloria parsons, Mrs. Vir- 't.ii Leath; 2259 Forest St. ; Jackson; 5751 Benedict
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ginia Mathis, Mrs. V. C. Manigault Mrs. j. R. ;: Boy. Road Boy.
'. Mr and Mrs. Cyril Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Johnson, Mrs. Herschel A. Bailey Miss JosephineE. : .J -
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Hall Mrs. Vera Davis and many other- members : ; Anderson; 551 W. 18th Session; 227 6th St.
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of the local ., Street; Girl. S. Jax. Beach Fla. ;
chapter. .
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T .............................. #:; : ." : Brown; 5517 Verbena Mr. and Mrs. :.WillieSapp

... ..' T, ; Road; Girl. ; 2012 Palafox'

Ebony Fashion Fair is including Jacksonville 44L; .; :t.; ".J : 1iI:! 9i41FESTIVE Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Street; Girl.

.in its visit to sixty-two cities from coast to .,'.t'-- ', .,.-..'...,. Forehand. ; Rte. 7 Box 65 Mr. and Mrs. clarence
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coast. The entourage will appear here on th .,' : ;: ',> Girl. Bostick; 6072 Ribault.

night of October 19 in the Duval County Armory. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Road; Girl. '

Mrs.Freda DeKnight fair director who has stressed EVENT---Mrs. M. L. Butler, the group's homeroom teacher was guest of honor -'
ornate and glamorous oriental styles, has also Reunion Dinner the week- Applications!
when Stanton High School Class of44 held their during past ''

included, distinguished European and American end in Club Eldorado. The evening was enjoyably spent with a social interlude rem- i

couturiers. Tickets for the traveling style inicingdancing and was climaxed with the serving of a sumptuous repast. Among those Marriage Licenses
show be purchased from members of AKA Sorority. -
may
.-' r l' .- ** :" present were: Alphonso Logan, Mrs. Eula Mays, Mrs. Hattie Deveaux Mrs. Lillie Roberts -
Charlie Foster. 1065 Theo. N. Foster 1442Jefferson"St.
Mrs. Mary Allen Mrs. Julia Prater, Mrs. Vera Blakeley, Mrs. Udell Copeland
Langston St. 48 and 20 and
......................... .... Mrs. Carrie Ford Mrs. Elaine Smith Mrs. Dorothy Smith Mrs. Edna Clenons Mrs. Louise MOSes 919 W. llth Theresa MCKnight 1422
Verdie Harris Mrs. Mable Ager, Walter Anderson, Mrs. Alphonso pinkney and Mrs.
St. 42.Leroy Powhattan Street 18.
Alfreda Simmons. Mrs. Grace Monroe was unable to attend the affair due to being con-
It's darling baby girl for the Clarence Von Hartsfield 2012 Clarence E. Bolt on. 2103
fined in the hospital at Green Cove Springs. The club plans a reorganization meet-
Palafox 25 and Viola B. Run St. 21 and Helen M.
sticks, 6072 Ribault Rd. born last Thursday,
ing in the near future to make plans for their annual Christmas party.
ri September 13, at Brewster Hospital. Sharletta (Billy Brown photo) Morris 5844 Holyhock Rd. ove rs treet, 455'WadeDrive.

Vonceil weighed in at eight ponds. ..__J- -..- 20.Paul 19.Clarence .
E. Ravnell 2331 McIntyre 515

......s.s..e..e...... Miss M. A. Grier Pledges Troth To Elijah Lee McCoy To Feature jeannette St. 21 and Johnson St. 39 and

\. ____. .,.... Beverly G. Bryant Lillian J. Mitchell, 717
...:t. ".,, "" --N ''" St. Stephen Recital
_vacationing .7r :: 'a'. Orlando, Florida 19. W. Adams Street 37
BM.. 2 and Mrs. Matthew Walker are in, ': : .
,' \ Matthew McCoy will be
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1 ,'.. ',. <<';!i.t presented in a gospel in Orlandoneans Hosted By Friends
tour \ ... ,
of duty in the Mediterranean. : ;,. .:.j<1.
songs program Sunday
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Church in interest of

the women's Day celebra-
Mrs. Emma Hair was guest when Mrs. Fay Helms
tion which will termi-
entertained Les Fleurs Whist Club last weekendin
." nate October 21.
her home at 2120 College Circle North.
h Mr. McCoy serves as
Mrs. Ruby Dwight Mrs. Betty Belton and Mrs. M
organist and director,
Dannette Howell were high scorers for the even-
of the Mt. Ararat 'choirs

ing, thus receiving the lovely award.' and the chorus at Eman- r.

Mrs. Cornelia Oree Mrs. Barbara Walker, Mrs. uel Baptist Church. He

Estelle W. McKissick, Miss Myrtle Turner Mrs. 34r is an instructor at theD l.pz

juanita Wyatt, Mrs. -Doris Scott,* -Mrs. : Helen!, y and B School ;--st.**"

Grimes and Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap were among other Augustine and directorof
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members present. : the D and B chorus,
Mrs. Dannette Howell will be hostess. forthe 9 Mrs. Jennie Vee Crockettand
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next meeting.
l others are sponsors

............*................. Methodists Plan

Youth Fashion RevueMrs.

Mr. .and Mrs. Andrew A. Robinson of 1556 Ella )r Ida M. Rivers,

Street are the proud parents of Little Miss Gertrude L. Stylesand

Wyvettei who put in her appearance last Tuesday. ." Miss Myrtle Turner, 1 "

September 11, at Brewster Hospital''. '_ counselors of the
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:. : :... > : -t\ .' :' making plans for a Teen ORLANDO SOCIALITES Mrs. Onita Sadler (right) and
: Age Fashions in Orbitto
} f." tj Miss Margriner Chandler, were the recent house
Mrs. Addle Pearl Halm of 1338 W. 23rd Street, ., '' :"
: be presented Monday, guests of Mrs.Helen Mizell of 4165 Katanga Drive.
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at
Ebenezer
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f'f'; .> While here, they were the honoreds at numerous
operation recently at Brewster Hospital. Mrs. ..itr.rtf Methodist Church.
social events among them being several functionsat
Halm 'is a member of St. Matthew Missionary Baptist -
Models to Miss
appear Edgewood Lounge where Manager J. D. Brooks,
Church. Friends may visit her. Alice Grier the of and Lorenzo Grier
>t UNITED---Miss Mary daughter Mr. Mrs. Elaine Harrison, Mrs. an old friend of the Sadler family was among the
became the bride of Elijah during impressive evening Friday
Lee an
ceremony
_,." JHRT : ............. ................. Patricia Crawford Miss large number of Jaxons making their stay here
: at 7:30 o'clock in the home of the bride's aunt and uncle,
... '. s#.t'! night, Aug. 31 Mr. Pamela McMillian Miss most pleasant. Mrs. Sadler is coowneroperatorof
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II! .:' '-.::. .. : f and Mrs. Willie C. Simmons Rev. D. P. Barnes, pastor of Sweetfield Baptist Betty Simpson, all of orlando's palatial Hotel Sadler.

Miss Bernice Head; Miss Cecelia Dawkins, Miss Churchofficiating.The bride was given in marriage by her father. The wedding Isaiah Blocker Junior (Billy Brown Photo) ,

Patricia Gibbs, Miss Gloria Love; Miss Regina reception attended by a large gathering of friends and relatives was held at High School and Alphonse ,
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McCloud and Miss Elouise Sampson are now em : the residence.'
Harper of New Stanton
.f LILLY'S DRUG STORE
I ployed at Brewster Methodist Hospital.' They are ; (Royal Art Studio Photo) High school.
of the Brewster-Duval Schoolof
1962 graduates
A Complete toe of COSMETICS ,
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Nursing. AKA s Present Annual Scholarship Award I

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High School is shown receiving the AKA's annual scholarship award -
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from Soror Camilla: Thompson. Miss Brown, who is attending Spelman College In
Today panics are more informal more fun. They reflect the big change
to a youthful new outlook. It's a modem state of mind and all ages Atlanta, served as secretary of Northwesterns Gold Chapter of the National MARY "B" J'
_i are involved. Call it thinking young. And what a life for Pepsi-light Honor Societyand held membership on the Annual' StaffGirls Service League,

bracing dean-tasting Pepsi. So think yourg. In stores buy an 4-H Club -and Cheer Leaders' Squad. She is the daughter of Russell Brown and "SIKSE I fELL_ fIR Y9i" ". '
extra canon. At fountains
slay Pepsi please! .' ,. granddaughter of Mrs. Maude Brown. The annual award is but another service
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ri3: ( J FIORIBA STAR SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1951A

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a TaltrRKlt's Risers, Boosters Couplets Second Calvacade Program Nat'l Baptist Convention


Reelects Florida Officers ". :


CHURCH NEWSMrs. p -.e qi- xA1fa : BY ALBERTA J. WILLIAMS '

4 im OKLAHOMA CITY Okla.---Prominent Florida clergy

and lay members were re-elected to their impor-

% Yad tant posts during the 83rd annual session of the
I F LY National Baptist Convention of America which
Carolyn Limbric, gospel singer, will be
successfully climaxed
its recent week long con-
featured in a musical-recital Sept. 23 in the
ference here. ,-\f.
auditorium of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Southslde, .
Dr. J. C. Sams of Jacksonville Professional Board.
in the Interest of Choir 1. a -
e 4dy" was again Mrs. G.C. Vaught secretary (
reseated -
The invincible Ladies will serve as guest
as vice president to the Senior
hostesses for the
program. others returnedto Womens' Finance Committee -
Mrs. Quincy uur ell will serve as dean of b ji = -- =sf ,
r important national and Mrs. M.L. Johnson

hostesses. I \ \ i ia chairmanships were: Rev to membership to

. .. . . . H.H. Robinson National the District presidents'
. . ... .. . .... .. Evangelists Board; Dr. Council.

? yLs. R.H. Wilson corresponding Atrus Fleming was re-
Mrs.' Nettie Mae Spates will observe her 10th
appointed to the
secretary; Rev. E. parent
anniversary as a gospel singer. ct. 14 in Magnolia Armstar of Clearwater.: body's finance committee -

Baptist Church. A program has been planned.Rev. member 0 f the BYPU ; and Sam Davis will

H. L. Herod will serve as master of cere- Board; Mrs. H.B. Miller serve on the Brotherhood

monies. The Waycross Gospel Singers will be the State President Senior Council.

out-of-town guest. Womens Council.Mrs. Many other Florida community -

A.L. Dean clergymen and lay
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. to the junior secretary Wo-- leaders were returned to
bYy.
.q t mens' Finance important national
n Committee; posts
Mrs. Mary Alice Smith an instructor at Edward 'Y. Mrs. Roberta A. Hall during one of the most

Waters College will be the morning speaker for .... co chairman of the successful annual ses-
the, annual Women' Day observance Sept. 23 at --
s Junior Womens Usher sions ever held in the
Antioch Baptist Church. SUNDAY NIGHT PRESENTATION---Scene above shows some of Taternacle Baptist Chruch'ssponsors
Board; Mrs. Alexzina history of the national
and boosters who have completed final preparations for the Second Calvacadeof
Johnson co chairman of convention.The .
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Songs musicale which begins at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the church auditorium in the Womens' Business and 1963 conventionwill
foreground is Miss Evelyn Johnson, organist. other program sponsors are: Rev. W. E. be held in Dallas

The Gretel and Gertie Talent Group, under the Young, pastor; Rev. H. Y. Brown, assistant pastor; Homer Seldon, general committee Recital Slated Texas.

direction of Mrs. E. Cox, Mrs. P. Jones and Mrs.W. captain; Sunday School Superintendent C. A. Lawrence, who is also president of the

Henderson, will present a program at New St. choir; Arthur Smith, organist-accompanist; and Prof. E. Clifford, former music o f Sunday Night i

St. James AME Church, 2123 Forest Street, Sept. the 1000-voice National Bajtist Convention Choir and also director of music for both Organizations Invited

23 at 8 p.m. invitations have been extended to the Florida and Georgia progressive Baptist Conventions, who will direct the choirs. In Ml. Sinai To Join BethuneBenedict

the public to' attend. Music lovers of the conmunity are cordially invited to attend the program.Woodliwft .

I Annual ParadeAll

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. Presbyterian Joshua HillmanIs

Church Notes Attending Directioaly community organiza-
The men of Simpson Methodist Church are planning tions such as clubs

their annual celebration for Oct. 28 with Lati- The Morning Worship National Confab sororities. Fraternities

mer Williams serving as chairman and Booker T. Service will begin at Rev. J. Riddick Kindergarten and all

Patterson, co-chairman. Each male member has 10:55 a.m. Rev. F. D. private and public

been asked to make the first half reports Sept. Wilson, pastor, will ; ; ___ schools are invited to
30. bring the message, sup- The Best Yet To Come .d.i participate in the big

ported by the Westminster 1 Gjs [ : parade to be held Satur-

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .! .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Choirs with Mrs. Men have always sought a Fountain of Youth M day October 13, at 12:30
... Rudyne Watson at the in some form or the other. ponce de 'Leon heard Dr. J. Erving Scott

Abyssinia Baptist Church Choir 2 will observeIts piano. of such waters which were supposed to exist in Community; Chairman

22nd anniversary Sept. 24 at 8 p._. in the Church School begins +. an Island north of Cuba. He set out to conquer it states that this year's

auditorium. Mrs. Nizell Clark, president, Rev.B. at 10:00 a.m. with T. F in 1512.He did not find the island- but discovered parade will be the big-

L. Wynn is pastor. V. Huger, superintendent Florida. No one has found a way to bring back gest and best since the

in charge.Rev. lost youth. People have not given up the search Mrs. Edith ,Jones will inception of the classic.He .

.. ._. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. Bryant George, son T F however.This is clearly indicated in their hiding be presented in the stated that there will

of Dean George of John- wrinkles in their faces, dying hair, dancing, annual musical recitalS be as many as 14 bands

The Female Chorus of Zion Hope Baptist Church son Smith University, drinking liquors, staying out at night clubs, at 8 p.m. in Mt. and many floats and

will celebrate its 11th anniversary Sept. 25 brought the message to and, many go so far as to neglect their children Sinai Baptist Church. decorated cars from

at 8 p.m. in the church auditorium. our congregation last JOSHUA HILLMAN trying to bring back youth. The program is being schools and clubs .

': Sunday. Mr. Earl Keltz. ..At Hospital Convention There is no argument against the personal care sponsored by the Depart- throughout the community. '

: : :: ; ;: : : : : : : : : : : : : : .:: : : :; : :: : : : : :;: : : : director of public relations of oneself. It is something that should be done ment of Missions of the Prizes will be givento
," '.' and finance Joshua Hillman presi- the organizations
-ro- '; for
> religiously. But when we are so afraid that youth church. Supporting Mrs.
the Synod of Floridawas dent of the Florida having the best decorated -
will slip away from us until we engage in prac- Jones will be the Mis-
., : also a visitor. Charitable and Educa- tices which ,tend to block our mental and spirit- sion Chorus and the Trio float. Davis stated
Fountain t i To Hear Rev. Shee tional Benefit that this will be
e The Westminster Choirs League ual lives and maturity, it is impossible for us composed of Mrs. Jones. a good
will rehearse Inc. and wellknown re time for businesses in
Tuesday
to prepare ourselves properly for the next stageof Mrs. Alice Burrough and
Rev. T. E. Sheehe, Fountain Chapel. The 7:30 p.m. in the West- ligious-civic worker life.Each stage of life, whether it is mental, Mrs. Ruby Herndon.Presiding the community to show
cement is to be used to minster Hut. All mem- left Sunday for Chicago their interest in whole-
presiding elder of the spiritual physical or otherwise must have its at the in-
where he will represent some activities and also
South Jacksonville District complete the work on bers are asked to be foundation on the precdding stage. if this pre- struments will be Cass

of the AME Churchis the church. Mrs. C. present in that plansare Brewster Methodist ceding foundation has been stunned by our con- W. Siootes and Verdell receive some good advertising -

asking all ministers Lockett, chairman of being made for a re- Memorial Hospital at the fining it to the pastwe will have a puny founda- Jakes. by placing a
district Women Day is cital. The united Choir National Hospitals Con- tion for the next stage. other words unit in this parade.
of the to meet asking in we must Mrs. Jones is vice pre- -
at Fountain Chapel AYE all captains to contact will rehearse Friday vention. use'well that which we have today in order to be sident of the Junior

Church, Sunday at 3 p.m. their members.The 8 p.m. in the Hut. This year marks Mr. able to reap the maximum benefits from that whichwe Mission and one of the Holmes and W t
r..5FiinraI
Hillman's fourth :
Wednesday 7
as
Mid- year
Rev. P. I. Jones ms host public is cordially p.m. may come into posession of on tomorrow. We leading sopranos 1-n
pastor. invited to join the week Prayer and Study a delegate to the cannot develop adequately our potentialities today Choir 1. Home :

The ministers are members of Fountain Hour will be held in the national conference his if we are attempting to cram them into the All members of the Mis- I Ambulance Service I

asked to extend to their. Chapel Sunday Sept. 30 Hut. first being the 1959 improper standards for making them unfold into sion Chorus have been I : il lEST COSTS KG MDIr-
congregations an invi- at 7:30 p.m. to witness Lloyd N.Pearson, Sr. session in New York best values. called to meet for rehearsal -
I 2119 W. EtfJt'WMC'f Are
tation to accompany the rendition of the Reporter City, the following year When each stage of our life is accepted and Wednesday at : PhN\e ro:5.1641HARRY
in San Francisco and .
their lastora. The ser- Twelve Tribes of Is- Ml. developed we are happy to move into the next 7 p.m. -- -'
Olive Women last in Atlanta.
vice will be held in the rael. Sponsors for the year stage. This is a Christian philosophy and a safe

new Fountain Chapel at program Is Mrs. Irene To Sponsor Revue Mr. Hillman is a member one for us to adopt and certainly it should be Mt. Sinai Youth
of the Brewster Men's
Jessie Street and Fla. Austin for the benefitof adopted by those who attempt to live as though

Avenue for the benefitof Women s Day which ,Sunday, Sept. 23rdA Club. youth is the end of all life. Plan Sept. 23 RecitalThe I

St. Peters and foun- will terminate Oct 14. Central Selects There are rich experiences and opportunities in junior Missionary
Rev. Jones is asking Royal Calendar of
tain Chapel AME Churches all members to be pre every stage of life for those who accept each Society of Mt. Sinai
in their buildingfund sent at the church con- Fashions will be pre- Captains For stage and develop in it.. They can move happily Baptist Church will pre- will tell you that Goody's makes
sented Sunday Sept. 23. sense. You less. And
effort. ference which will be on to the next. it is tragic to remain too longin sent Mrs. Edith Jonesin pay youcan't
Sunday is trustee day from 4 to 6 p.m., at the buy better-even at double
held Monday Sept. 24 Women s DayThe one category of experience. When one lessonis her annual musical, the price.
at and cement day at at 8 0:.. Mt. Olive AME Church learned, we are not balanced if we wish to recital Sept. 23 at 7: 3)p.m.
____, featuring Miss Juanita women of Central r
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stay with this lesson rather than move on to the in the auditoriumof
i Prince and Miss,Elouise CME Church. Rev. D. W.
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Now the church.
Open next. "The Best is Yet to Come.
Houston of Vogue 60. Bass pastor are planning -
New Lhcoh Golf ft Cwwhy CM This affair is spon- for the. annual observance ported Mrs. Jones by the will Mission be sip 3

sored by members of the of Women s Day Varick Memorial Greater Payne
Chorus nd the
We feature _II lily in i Royal House of wind- which has been set for Plans Annual Sinai Trio of originalMt. which ,i

.1 foods & 'efficient service ]D I sor" with Mrs. Gertrud Sept. 23.Officers. Organizes. i For she is a member.
Harrison of the day Women s Day Fete
[ Catering Social Clubs & Parties 1 te. as queen candid Mrs. D.I. Bass chairman are Women s DayThe Mrs. Jones is one of

poi RlOUEiSM H. j jKr. J special guests will be Mrs. Rachel Malloy. cochairman women of Varick Greater Payne AME Church solosit the leading of the soprano church. z
I the ladies ot -the House ; Mrs. Frankie Meaorial ME Zion Church
recently organized forth She sings in Choir 2 and
& Mrs. I.E. IHctas bur
-J of Handy, secretary; Mrs.
Aragron, Bourbon, met recently and or-
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... ., e annual Women's Day has been heard on many -
and Vetrice I. Williams, assistant -
Soxony Windsor. Refreshments ganized for Women's Day
observance wh ch is set programs city and state
will be ser- secretary; Mrs. which will be observedOct. for Sept. 30. wide. Mrs. Theresa Lock- 2 POWDERS 5< '

CenterwTAdorns ved. Clementine Brown, program 28. 4 wood is the president. 12 POWDERS 25 .-
Membership Tea chairman; Mrs.

Slated Nettie Leapheart. fin- For Quicker Results Consult the World's Greatest Medium
Sunday ance chairman; Mrs. Mary Anniversary '
Phone Ft 4 f*f-*
The Quaint Pyramid Dennis Basic chairman; MADAM CAROLYN ;
set will present a Mrs. juanita Hyatt, co- Program ;
Conch Meatib.49c fre* "Hik. .... fee 'il'
Tea chairman.Mrs. .
'"."",--1.. _'oil membership Sundayin mi till HUSK rmis TI ITHCHKTH ,r _
...4. LI. Take Ort. lea ..... ,,...*. MttNlew the home of Mrs. Yirgie Coker The Worn ens' Chorus of PHfOS Till UU TH! Piss JMfcstts :

S:.90 lev TUlRE MEAT Louise Gibson, hostess, decoration chairman; Mrs Zion Hope Baptist church m u w aitexft fed! fen

Ckatoirerel. ..... .cooL 1351 W. 25th St.at 5p.m. Anna Lewis, chairman of will observe their 11th Is eft .-I..a far to tectj sssritjal t J .
leeol fer taat SteekiL Caffe
CATFISHLa. I w...MM h* ..".a... 2 Lk. Latae The president is asking ushers; Mrs. Ella Scott anniversary programTneadaySeptember /y feipftj-f&i fe&td, emr fa***!

1.25 all members to serve on co-chafrmm; Miss Eunice 25 at I 1.lItalll jar t tot! teamedKsakrs f
49c'u..
their respective com Coker publicity chairman 8 o'clock in the church
Mewl CakH to ...." l... Willie auditorium. Mrs. Ruth
fkp. 2 .4>*e.p4ana per pka. mittees. ; Mrs. M. fireD FREE With Redsp
Mrs. Wlnfred Murry, Washington, co-cb: ail1l1m; Tiller is general chair- i
69c 87 13 34 GO
SPOTS u. 39c Jet rice.OCIANYIEW Mrs. Annie L. Head, Mrs. Mrs. Maggie Perry tag man. 48 73 93 23 : ;

Dorothy Oliver, Mrs. chairman; Mrs. Geraldine The public is invited. sad Bplrttuk adviser Without :
JUQM+ c.tICI.D-blda gnttat rodgi.dip. mar MJM sew .o rd.
Gr... (UacDsked) HubU 101STEIS u. lie Nathlie porter, Mrs. Miranda, co-chminan; Read The jot till te told yaw ono. the object of year visit, tverytkltc rot wish to kaowl if jot arm ...k- *G-
for tKM 7Vi .tr lfnt rMft film *&t4 (k 1 prlrt KM. vntferterrific tag tic truth m all affairs of lift, rtlicioss adviet. scparatlos, divorce, .ork ekaafea, set .
prsMvrs from th*"fefft" juaniCa Smith Mrs. Mrs. Rachel Malloy. souvenir I ada Carolya today. Bavt too a problet that to jot seas too I**** bordta? Toe owe it to loot
URGE INCSWiM Verna Young, Mrs. Edna chairman FLORIDA STAR self to seek a kclplu aaadl Ihy 10 tarotfk lift sakappy .*>.s jot caa lave your crtattst visa t
( attrlallMd oaly tkroock this great Psychic vada Carolya. at till show jot Ut vaj to success
RED BASS 32c STEAKS"MEDIUM Benin eld, Mrs. Gertrude The chairman has requested WeeklyMjf.v.r .d happlacM. Too amy oouolt otter .. ... tat before jot dteidt aka caa fc lp aDd will Nip yom
L, Yafbwtsll Gardner, are the club the cooperationof ... RadM Canlyal: rtultta separated sad lovtd oats, stttlt* smrriait trcublts sad kelps jot
the entire membership sorry tkt oat yes Ie... *o 4o.bt yoa bays eoualttd ttt rest ao* eoasalt tat seat. Oily oat visit
MPEI....5k members. in the drive. .... I. accessary ODasalt Hadaei carols apirltaal adviser today toaorroa aay be too lat.: vadsaCarolya }
Mrs. Carolyn Linbric CIa bt l.cattd at 713 Lta Tense load. If jet ride tkt _tM. Boater 27 't k. Pbrreat"
RED. BASS u.43c mmx sic will bd aaofig the honored aDd get off at love Aveoae. took for tkt Baad Bid staadlai la this yard with large saber 7628...
u. roe CfI/I' adss it. vara t a.a. tog P...- closed all du oa edaesday..opea all day Sunday. ,
invited guests. Interested PATRONIZEStar .VatlsfactiM coaraststd or ao f..." Hadaa Carolyal 11Tett 763 .1e. TitIced
FLOUNDER 49c 4k persons are UU Film It. n RMtt iff >tt Im in. HcbenIe
LIo. SHAPfER >u. Admiiwrs i
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.(1 4 Whites Confess To Burning --Churchtionists ,, Albany, Rural Contits Throw E2
blaze aid not ao so as
1 Albany, Ga. The recent after a beerdrinkingbout. in retaliationto 1,
any act of reprisal
burning of a Negro All Out To 'Modirate'
voter registra- Sipport
___ Negro against the Negroes. The
_,4I church in this area was The fire, which des- tion activity in the High Hope Church fourth y.U.S .

declared solved this troyed the High Hope area. and latest to be destroyed ATLANTA Former Gov. Marvin Griffin's \ -

I week when four white men Baptist Church, about The FBI investigation, bid to recapture his state's gubernatorialpost
by mysterious
t confessed to FBI inves three weeks ago, was however establishedthat on the strength of white-voter sup- Mu .. r
fires had not been use .
tigators that they had till now suspected to the men responsiblefor as a voter registrationsite. port only in Wednesday's Democratic primary -

f set the church afire be the work of segrega- the setting the resulted in a smashing victory for "Hooty-tooty-looty-dootyl Cooty-rooty-snooty

State Sen. Carl E. Sanders who held a booty; !" Crazy Coscoe was riffing and performing

100,000 plurality which kept mounting when a slow, nasty shuffle on the sidewalk in front
c early returns were being tabulated early of the Tailor Shop.
: .
; urir..S Thursday- morning.- "That about the size of it," remarked COok-

Sanders" 38 ga\,d to bea received a direct answer ie Japot, watching Crazy go through his song-and-
from the electorate rhen
moderate on racial dance routine. 'Freedom is many things.. ."
> issues, was given a tre his supposedly strong- Cookie always made disconnected cracks like that
rural counties
in
: holds
mendous margin when he when he was thinking. And he always thunk when he
carried the state's 10- strife-torn Daugherty didn't have nothing else to do. And since he

largest counties with County; ( Albany ) spent most of his time sitting en a padded box

populous Fulton County threw their overwelming outside of the Tailor Shop, seems like he must of
: a I : (Atlanta) giving him a support to Sanders.An spent most of his time thinking. Of course,
; E big boost with a better estimated 1'15,000 sitting and thinking a n't the best thing, to do
the
.5 than 50, 000 vote margin. Negroes throughout reportedlythrew on Ashley Street... especially when
Jail UBOM BQTHAKHIS Griffin who throughouthis state also our visible means of support is

8 years in Tire Business years in Tire Businessin campaign said he their support to kind of invisible. Maybe that' why'fIIIIII.the

in Jacksonville joins Jacksonville. Now join iranted to be elected by Sanders endorsed by the boss rollers always kept a
Atlanta Daily world.Georgia's : ""","" corner of their on Cookie when-
Martin to better service Martina to better service the white people of eye
only Negro
his friends. his friends. Georgia or not at all ever they would ease by in their
,. daily newspaper. .
sheens .
.t
;,"y. Compare our price on All "Pepsi-Cola-lamp-a-rollal"! Crazy
r .if.;.'! Sizes Before You Bus Florida Football League's1962ScheduIe w Coscoe chanted, executing a fancy

-CHUCKIi ttle one-two step. The squadcar

: : :: cotton-whelled by, heading for Davis Street.
: .5' s
i .. Cookie watched until the rollers eased around the

Saturday, Sept. .22 corner by Wine burg' 5 gin-quarry. 'There's peep-
: ers an' sleepers an' weepers an' keepers," he

: j ( $711 (1) Key West at Orlando (2) Ft. Lauder- observed, for no reason at all.

dale at Miami (3) Daytona Beach at Jack- "Snooty-booty I sang Crazy. ''Need-some-lootyl"
Y .f Lflr sonville. "Trouble is, there's Just too much gravity,"

IY4 said MCNasty. "It's holdin' things up. .."
j.J 4
610-15 Black Friday, Sept. 28 "It's holdin' things down," said Cookie.
,- "I'd rather be' a astronaut right along in now,

Nylon Tube Type Atlanta, Ga. at Miami (Miami StadiumNL); than a civil rights leader," MCNasty mused.

u 1 1 4 \ 'There's just too much gravity around. It's
d WL Saturday, Sept. 29' holdin' the freedom program up."

"It's holdin' it down," said Cookie studyingthe
(All Size Recaps)
(1) Orlando at Key West (2) Daytona'Beach two young things who had just passed by.

I at Fort Lauderdale. I "Bow-wow-need-some-chow! sang Crazy.

"Gravity is what's happenin' ," Cookie said,

_ Saturday. Oct. 6 Cookie said, shifting his broad bottom on the

need somthin' to keep our factson
folks
GUARANTEE (1) Miami at Key West (2) Orlando at box "Us
the groun' now, what wit' all this integra-
Jacksonville (3) Ft. Lauderdale at Day- '
tona Beach. tion virus goin' aroun. Freedom is some pretty
drafty country if ya don'know what to wear an how

to put it on. It's the kinda thing that'll make
Saturday, Oct 13 .: a'man ketch his death's foolishness if he ain'sensible.

..."
Jacksonville at Ft. Lauderdale (2) Atlanta -
MARTIN'S ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE Ga.: at Orlando (NL) told MCNasty Cookie.started"Freedom to laugh.IS many"things..an'You righthe onea

them things is Ignorance."
II These tires are guaranteed for the period against all road hazards, Saturday, oct 20 Cookie shook his head sorrowfully 'you Jes

except fire, accidents, chain cuts, running flat, unbalanced or misaligned ain' got enough head to understand, Mac," he .
(1)) Orlando at Miami (2)) Daytona Beachat 'said. "You ain' eggzackly dumb--but you ain' too
wheels, and willful abuse. If our inspection shows the tires Key West (3) Ft. Lauderdale at Jack-. bright either."

have foiled under the terms of our Guarantee, they will be repaired sonville. "I'm bright enough to dig what's goin' on,"

w retorted watching Crazy Coscoe do a
,
-1 FREE or a pro-roto allowance based on the original selling price and 5; Saturday, Oct. 27lYKeflfesTatf MCNasty
> ** ft T i .. ... whirl, all things considered.
.. *O 1 w it fair
pretty
..
*. .., .. __i_ ......:,
Z months owned or tread used, whichever is to the custbmer's *odvan "' ; .i.to9e ") t ( Miami:: ''(2) "Jackson'villeat ::.-S "But I'm tryln'.to.tel.1- ya. that. jou! .don' ,dig

will be allowed the Beach. what's goin on," Cookie'argued, patiently.
on purchase of a new tire. Daytona I
"integration is proof that we is been acceptedand
MARTIN'S an' alia that. It's proof that r
z recognized
., .. Saturday, Nov. 3
: g GUARANTEE t ( '.. tA.. weez FREE, man!"
h
Protects you against ., ." : 'j .. V.'J. (1) Jacksonville at Orlando (2)Miami) at "You ain' too bright either, Cookie," MCNasty
U e. ?to 1'1 .': : :. ). Daytona Beach. returned, half-laughing. 'I' all want integra-

tion an' legislation an' representation an'
C) \
Brett Glass Chuck Holes Nuls Stones
an' all really gettin' is tolera-
::::=; .. Sunday Nov. ,.4 ,, J.vk> .... equalization and procrastination."An' ya ;
z NOTE! THESE FREE SERVICES f' ... .. _"}..._. ... tion "
somethin' else, MCNasty
ew a Flats fixed for the lift of the tire. '" Key West at Ft. Lauderdale (2 p. nC.). I'll tell ya
.
I!:: o Tires rotated every 5.000 miles for the lift of the tire FREE." : :... ;;; : ..,..'.irot. ....... went on, trying t c hold his amusement in check,
.
j ft! S Brakes checked 8 to 6 P.M. Monday through Friday. ; ,4' S .! '" Saturday, Nov. 10 "youall gonna have' this whole dang-blamed placeto
Tires mounted FREE. ZC yourself soon as them other folks find out
FREE wheel alignment inspection Monday through Friday.
-I th' Moon or Venus or one'a
what hap.lenin' on
(1) Miami at Orlando (2) Key West at
171NO "
MARTIN'S ROAD SERVICE GUARANTEE m Jacksonville. other sky-balls. There's only one catchthough,

1-Mjrtm'j will refund to its customers the road service charge nude by a Swage of service he added, "before they leave, they gonna set
S, ,". .. station to remove Of change flat tire. UD tn $5.00. provided that such charge was incurred this one_ati re.. .' He doubled over and whacked
5. '
within Road Huard Guarantee period Saturday, Nov. 17
2-Both New .nd.R.tre.d. tires purchased from Martin's are covered by this Road Service Guaran. Ms knees as laughter rocked his body.

.... Jr.fU"d tee. of such charges up to $5,00 per service call will be made by Martin upon presentation (1) Daytona Beach at Miami (2) Fort': "Cooty-tooty-snooty-booty! Crazy; Coscoe
of paid receipt fQr_the service call with original tire purchase invoice to Matins chirped, clicking his heels as he jumped into
-. ,' ... ... Lauderdale at Orlando :
:: '"C. Eajt 2lit $r; ,.. h.,, '
+ i-Thin Road $*v.c Cua'r+nth e it 'applicable I tn road wrvtc' charges!: i incurred anywhere in the --,,, .:.......' the air.Cookie.
United States.! didn't say anything. He was watching the
Saturday, Nov. 24
rollers watch him as they; eased by.. .
\
(1) Orlando at Daytona Beach (2) Jacksonville

at Key West (3) Miami at Ft.


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Mil Sitirdiy THE hundreds of attractively designed display] f
add tailored men's suits at Mont
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1 J.lit..: gomery-Ward's massive department store at Phillips -
< Highway Plaza, are the creations of two] l

61 EAST 21st STREET Phone ; Hisic By [key staffersuiss Consuelo Jackson and CharlesR. ]

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\ t- ,; Aad 8is [Miss Jackson recently Joined. Ward s display department i

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in the IAYE Naval intelligence School]
',, s. E3 : 7 .4 *,LATE IroRESrARLINGTON [ ? tt
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? few Array Of ........ Cited Brewstcr DillY a I Nvrsiig School Grads Capped PiisidOiFUppoints-- ;
'

If'!'+:,: its:HAACP With U. S. GtvttASMNGTONvJH "'r:' -. _";". 41 Year Old Detroiter
fLi
st E 4rJ H
+ : AACP'' their lives to secure fl-I : w
has filed WASHINGTON---Hobart Taylor ,
complaints ofracial. the necessary data. jr. a 41-year-old
,A 'discriminationcalbst'flve The mndustrial firms Negro from Detroit, was appointed by; President
I' aajor industrial cited bold several mil- rii-ji Kennedy; Monday to be operating chief of the
,, firms, two AfL- lion dollars in Fed- presidential committee on equal employment; oppor
.. .
CIO trade. .unions and eral Government con- tunity.;

two:'"u. S.; Arny in- tracts. They are: the Iu a press conference son, who is the committee

4 stallations. General Motors Corp. : LJ following the announce- chamman. He will con-
All1'the- 1'11 eged' offenders Chevrolet Division, 0 ment of his assignment tinue to hold that post
except two, are Kansas City, Mo. ; In- Taylor told newsmen "! along with the new as-
located- in de'ep .south. galls Shipyard Co. ; am going togget resultsas signment.In .
s tat s./ pascagoula, Miss. executive vice chair- his new job. Taylor

The NAACP complaintswere"'filed Also the international man of the Committee.... succeeds Jerry Ho 1 lea an.
with the Paper Co., MOSS Point, although I am not who resigned several
pre$l'd t"s Committeeon Miss.; Hercules PowderCo. going to solve anyone' s months ago as assistant

Equal Employment Opportunity Magna, Utah; and wk particular racial or religious secretary of labor after
by Herbert the BVD Co. also of problems. But I acknowledging he had accepted -
'
Hill, the Association'slabor Pascagoula Miss. do mean' business" he a gift of $1, 000
r secretary. Mr. The Mississippi complaints added. early this year from
Hill 'has filed 500 complaints are the Brother Taylor, who is a nativeof Texas promoter Billie

______ I with this a- hood of Pulp Sulphiteand Texas, said his aim Sol Estes.
I gency. .. S Paper Mill workersof will be to see that every The appointment of Taylor -
'
_ The f recent complaints America and the Met- citizen has an equal had been expected as
a A were gathered by NAACP' al Trades Departmentof : right to do a Job baseon one result of a reorien-
field staffers who, in the AFL-CIO. his abilitywhe- tation of the committee
some instances, riskedCommittees ther he is Catholic, Jew, to settle a deep-seated
Protestant, Negro, White argument among its mem-
_ Antioch Preparing For : f 3b KS man or won an. All of bers and staff. Therewas
r these face discrimination disagreement whether
J Annual Womens Day at times, he added. there should be stresson I

-11 The women of Antioch AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY marked the recent commencement exercises of the DuvalBrewster Taylor does not come to compulsion to achieve i'
Baptist Church will observe Call to worship and Mrs.Mrs. School of Nursing which was presented before a calacity attendance in Edward his job without experi- improved job rights for I'
Mary Huey
_ participants included Mrs. Eleanor Hurley, ence. For more than a Negroes or on the per-
1 i .Sept. 23 as Women Beulah Kelsey Waters College' Lee Auditorium. Program
; program Woods administrative director, Duval Medical year he was the committee suasion path taken bya 1
s Day beginning chairman. Willie M. director of the school; Michael J. ,
I'' with the Sunday School Daniels and Mrs.Mrs. Daisy Center; Rev. Robert Webster, chaplain of Edward Waters College; Mrs. Mary Alice s special counsel.He separate staff that
Shown in (foreground) from helped draft the exe- operated under one com- j
1 at 9:30 a.m.Officers Moseley; decorations Smith, principal speaker and a faculty member of EWC.
are: Mrs. co-chairman Mrs. NettieMae left Mrs. Lois D. Gibson, instructor; Miss Betty Ann Williams, city; Miss Josephine cutive order establishing mittee member Robert
I Ruth F.. Brown, general Kelsey and Miss Mary Hudson Lake City; Mrs. Mary, W. Poxx. Fort Pierce; Mrs. Regina McCloud. City; Mrs. the committee soon afterKennedy' Troutman of Atlanta.

chairman;..Miss Rosa Lee Ann Daniels; co-chairman Betty W. Rosemond, city; Miss Bernice Head, city; Miss Berta M. Bush, Thomasville, s inaugurationlast Ft. Lee Charged !
Trowell' cochairman of tags, Mrs. Lavonia Ga. ; and Mrs.1 Trannie H. Bailey, city. Standing from left: Mrs. Gladys B. Anderson, year. I
\, Mrs. ;:Eliza. McOjieen, sec- (Graham: sponsor chairman city; Mrs. Deolria Darby Orlando; Miss Gloria Love, city; Mrs. Mary, A. pollock For the past three With i School Bias
months he has been
1 retry;' Mrs.Hazel Miss Joyce Danielsand Zellwood; Miss Patricia Gibbs, city; Mrs. Eloyce Sampson, saluatorium, city; and exe- FORT LEE, Va. -- The
: cutive assistant to Vice
I Robinson, treasurer: Miss Frances Parker. Miss Cecelia Dawkins, valedictorian, city. NAACP's Virginia organi-
(Royal Art Studio Photo) President Lyndcn B. John- zation and Washington

_z1 Bureau charged tile command -

Prexy Selects Winning Ticket St. Paul Lutheran's of Fort Lee with
.. Sweetfield Board Observes Anniversary Thursday Night i Sept. 27 rank discrimination in
- T 0- S .- Visitation Programs education of the childrenof
,

jgeIovv: RUGS AND CARPETS [i In Progress Y Fv tioned Negro here.Clarence personnel. sta-

f' .. J. J\?) The Every Member Visi- I \ bA'm r Mitchell director -

...,. --CO', "'.:. ., ". tation program gets of the Associa-
r .-- ''!!''<< S underway this week at tion' Washington Bureau,
.aa\ St. Paul Lutheran Church I advised Army Secretary .*
'
N 2730 W. Edgewood Ave. I Cyrys R. Vance of a
aq This program is designed memorandum, dated July
r I
to reach every 23 from the base's
member of St. Paul, to I commandant.The .
Li + secure pledges in order. I memorandum, whic
i that the budget of the I dealt with the educationof
Church, District, and L dependents of military -

Synod may be formulated. ____ r personnel, told all
Beginning next Sunday 4 ? f ..++ parents that ''c hi.ldrenVi'll ;1..
,the 'pastor will: preach J 3 b f [ attend schools of -
I _
a series of stewardshipsermons _; Prince George County,
which will lead except Negro children... .
i up to the actual Sunday who will attend Peters-
when the calls will be burg schools."
made and pledges riven. Mr. Mitchell chargedthat
Willie Holmes is .b such order "vio
an
the. 4- f Y. f/- i"'' w
lates the constitutional
chairman of this pro- wN
gram.SUNDAY'S. rights of the childrenand
i SERVICES their parents and-is .. .'

) Sunday School begins contrary to Executive
'i at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. The Order No. 9981."
___ superintendent, WilliamA. Secretary Vance wired
TO TH&.IINNiR---Dr., Vaughan C. Mason, president of the '
National Medical Association jones, will be in the NAACP saying; the
inc., (right), pulling the winning ticket during the convention for charge. The lesson is, local school board of
a free room of wall-to-wall carpeting presented by Bigelow-Sandord, inc. The "Jose ph Forgives His Prince George County has
winner was Mrs. I. H. Perkins of Reidsville, N. C. Looking on is Mr. James Brothers." the responsibility for
O'Kelley (left), Sales Representative for Bigelow-Sanford, inc. and Jesse J. Divine services beginsat 5-+ providing educational
I Lewis (center), public Relations Counselor for the company. 11:00 a.m. with the facilities for children

Pastor Rev. Floyd T. residing at Fort Lee."

Boys Waoiei 2323 Moncrief Sweetfield s Usher McAdoo bringing the He denied that the
'
Music will be .Army has any .control over
message. .
-. at 13th Street Board 2 SiaiesAnniversary furnished by the Senior the matter.
I PROGRAM COMPLETED---Officers and members of Sweetfield Baptist Church's Usher
Event' choir Mrs. Lucille W. Lester Banks, executive -
Williams, organist The Board 2 will observe the organization's third anniversary Thursday night, secretary of the
Ir.-.II..II..I .I.,1 Strictly adhering to public is invited to Sept. 27 at 8 clock in the church auditorium. Rev. C. C. Brown will deliverthe NAACP Virginia conference
I Baseball FootballS I the church motto: "It attend all services at sermon and a varied program featuring wellknown talent will highlightthe of branches, countered p
I 1See makes Us Happy to Know St. Paul. event. Mrs. Rosa Lee Grant Is president of the sponsoring group. other that the U.S. Commissioner
"' i 2 GAMES FOR PRICE OF ONE! You are comfortable: WEEKLY ACTIVITIES: SIn- members include Mrs. Mattie pollock, vice president; Mrs. Lessie Johnson, of Education is
jax Suns VS Atlanta Then Use Your I (Serving others is Our day-junior Choir-5:00 secretary; Mrs. Lelia Merritt, treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Clenton, corresponding giving "sanction to I
Ticket Stub For Free Admission To jax Business); God First; p.m. Adult Confirmationat secretary; Pete Simmons, recording secretary; Mrs. Josephine Stewart, racial segregation," if
Bears-Daytona Thunderbirds League Game Our Fellowmen second; 6:00 p.m. Monday- Mrs. Viola Thomas, Mrs. Estella Simmons, Mrs. Loraine Cooper and Mrs. Mar- he knowingly entered intoa
Ourselves, third It.
i Immediately Following Suns Game. Board of parish Educa- guerite McBride. Rev. D. P. Barnes is host pastor. contractual arrangement -
I Sweetfield Baptist tion-7:30 (Royal; Art Studio Photo) under restricted
Church Usher Board 2 p.m. Special
Jax Bears observes its third meeting of the Board of terms.
I annual '
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Sept. 27 at 8 clock ThursdaySundaySchool ;
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hThunderbirds: With Mrs. Rosa LeiGrant ...

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: and Rev. D.P.
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Deacon Joseph Denard.
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ROUND
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Season Tkktts For Six C.Remarks Brown. .fcjr Mrs; try GUARANTM OR YOUR MONEY lUcreCRlIWILL' phone ELgin 6-5581 -------------------- 521 W. Ashley Street L-

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# t J. C. Smith $5,000 oUtdid

; Deaths Integration In t 'jx
1.
Alumni Chapter
.... IV To Rebuild

I & Catholic SchoolIs 4 Holds MeetingThe BurMd ChlfChes

; North Florida Chapter -
FuneralsMrs. { Johnson C. Smith NEW YORK -- A top
j-
/ Protested t., Alumni Associationmet official of a chain of
"
Bennie Jones. 722 ": in the home of Mrs. M. snack bars this week

r Clay Street. NEW ORLEANS The second :'",;,: !"'. w4y Evangelyne Johnson, 1338 donated $5. 000 toward
Obe White. 5571 Paris week integrated : % Grothe Street Sunday. the rebuilding of two

Avenue. parochial schools saw the e \ ... September 16. at 6:00 Negro churches burned a
Thomas Pitts. 1156 W. subsiding effect of a to begin our program week ago in a south

6th Street. wb boycott: begun last tH L planning for another Georgia area in the wake

Mrs. Maaie Edwards, 1233 week when 154 Roman year of activity.In of increased voter regIstration -

Swift street. Catholic Schools were planning our program activity

Sanford Martin. 828 De- ordered by the Arch- 4 the Chapter is asking among Negroes.

Witt Street. diocese of New Orleansto 100% cooperation of all William Black, chairmanof
+ Mrs. Cora Walker 109 reopen with all racial r '' : its members for the suc- the board of dock

i Julia Street. barriers dropped.In i cess of the North Fla. Full or Nuts stated

Mrs. Sylvia L. Brown Westwego and Bu ras, Chapter. Our plans; (1) that the real issue at

413 Vernon Street. where white resentmentwas !: The operational year stake was the right of

George W. Williams, 1717 strongest last week, dQ w from September throughMay. the Negroes in south

i W. 43rd Street. attendance rose at two (2) The meeting to Georgia to vote and that-

John H. Robinson, 603 schools. A crowd of about : be held monthly on Sun the church burningswere

Court G. 75 whites did gather outside day appointed by the secondary."It .
Rev. Cliff Hall, 1598 w. of Our Lady of Chapter from 6:007:00P.M. is imperative thatwe

19th Street. Prompt Succor school in For 'further infor- not allow any such

llrs. Alice Green. 10575 Westwego. but Police Lt. 6: 0- mation call Mrs. Evange- shenanigans to get a
UcLaurin Road. J.B. Battaglia ordered : :' : lyne Johnson EL 55302. foothold in this coun-

Marcel Langley 1323 W. them to "...Either dis- : : : The chapter was served try, Black said.

I 5th street. perse or be arrested for ;: t" :!" H with delicious sand- 'I know every right

Willie McMillan, 1566 disturbing the peace." : : .: wiches, dainty cookies, thinking American must
.
36th Street. There mz no incident, ...,,, p"" 'L":"'.t'., :,-j',. "'i""' ","' "..: "<'"' .' .:'' and cool soft drinks. fell the same way."
Dexter Brown, 3725 The church burnings,
and this was in stark ANNUAL PROJECT---The Brewster Men's Club will sponsor a mammoth fun festival Sept. 21 through Sept. The chapter was also
Davis Street. which took place near
contrast to the unruly 30 at Edgewood Ave.and Vernon Road which is adjacent to Continental Bowling Lanes. Every detail even highly entertained with
Mrs. Mamie Holmes, 1977 Sasser, Ga. is believeto
Baldwin rockthrowingcrowds in the minutest stages have been completed in order that everyone will know what is going n, the music and a reading was
Street. be the work of racistas
to taunt whites that will be derived from it. The 1962 by the following schoolgirls
Wilbur M. Roland, '1746 purpose for which the Fun Festival is staged and the good of intimi-
I a means
r Dot Street. who defied the boycottand Festival will be larger, with more rides, games, exhibits, concessions and a general overall increase ; Piano solo Miss the involved -
dating Negroes
Mrs. .Mamie Clark. 1530 a Negro mother who over last year. The club has worked with city and county projects, including the TB Associa- Robin Forestes; James
in the voter
brought her two children
Pasco street. tion, March of Dimes, Cancer Crusade, Heart Fund and other programs. The men have worked with Weldon Johnson Jr. High,

Mrs. Millie L. Saulters, to school. Brewster Methodist Hospital in its expansion program. The service rendered by the Brewster Men's vocal solo, Miss Clara campaigns.

w 3326 Ardesia Road. Similarly, at the Buras Club is not limited since its programs are booad in scope. J. Earl Morse is its president. Whipple, New StantonSr. Central CME Church
school, no incidents have High, a reading,
(Royal Art Studio photo)
Willie P. Fort 1209 W.
Celebrates Women
been reported as white Miss Arzada Floyd; New s

John Duval Henry Street.Robinson, student attendance. ABOUT'PEOPLE Bus Service Stanton PTA Stanton Sr High. Day September 23rdThe
gradually rose.i Members present Rev. F.
603 Court G. Motorcade For 25th
Meets Sept.
D. and Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. women of Central ME
Miss Alice Boston, Miss Frankie Mae Brown and Evangelyne Johnson Dr.
Fun FestivalAs The first official Church met recently to
: Harry McNeil motored to Aiken, S. C. last week- Marcus H. Bouleware annual
monthly meeting of the make plans for the
mmT end to be the guest of Miss Susie Hilbert the a last minute noticeto FAMU. Mr. Raiford Brown Women's drive sche-
those Parents Teachers Association Day
planning to attend -
aunt of Miss Boston. They were accompanied by the Brewster Annual of New Stan- Sr. Raiford Brown Jr. duled for Sept. 23.
their children, Larry, Rickie, Donald and Donna School H. C. James A. D. Mayaey 1
Fun Festival which be- ton Senior High
Boston, Densee and Eric Brown. and L. N
They reported a J.K. Harper IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent
gins Friday Sept. 21 and will be held next wed- r
, pleasant trip. ,
very in the Pearson Sr.
nesday night
runs through Sunday.
Medicines Cosmetics
-
The charter enjoyed an
.......*...................... Sept. 30 it is being school library beginningat evening of music and All Leading Hair Preparations
pJJPeS2t announced that special 8 p.m. This announce-
arrangements have been ment was made by WendellP. fellowship. Cor. Broad & At&ty
Rev. Clarence Steger, pastor of St. Joseph L.N. PEARSON. SR
made with the Jackson- Holmes, Jr. presi- EL 4-2159
t Baptist Church continues eporter
his duties as hospital -
his desire
ville Coach Company to dent, who stated .
First Quality-on the Bolt chaplain at Brewster. Last Thursday beheld full atten- -
increase the bus ser- for a
his first chapel service in the third floor Spelman Club Meets BE RID OF
vice on Route No. 38-A dance.
Solarium. Moncrief Road.A All regular PTA meetingat Saturday At 5 p.m. Falling Hair

.....................*.......* special bus will be New Stanton are The Jacksonville Spel
added to operate over scheduled to last for By Friday
man Club will hold its
the route to give the just one hour Holmes or back from
money
r. Initial meeting for the I
Miss Joan R. Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. patrons 30 minute service said as he indicatedthateveryrparenU

,' a EpI r Edward'U. Barnes..l7l2JLCalhoun St. has'eb = _.:.. : 'to Edge wood /ve.. am .or-"" "Home club year 1962-63 at the I. : ,KURASOL
of
tered Fisk University. Miss Barnes is a 1962 Vernon Rd. The bus will guardian of children Mrs. Sara potts" Only Kurasol can make
graduate of New Stanton High School. begin to operate at attending the school had 571 West 8th Street, this 7-day guarantee.

3:30 p.m. through 12:57 been invited to attend Saturday. September 23, Relieves itchy scalp

...................*.......*** a.m. Patrons are reminded and participate in this at 5 p.m. fast. Be rid of scalp
At this time new officers -
X to leave the important meeting. More- troubles with KURASOL.
will be installedand
Mrs. Orzola Burgess and Mrs. Alice Woods of the grounds early enough to over Principal CharlesD. KURASOL is sold at drug
a c Secret Sisters willbe
Brewster Mothers Club are rendering fine serviceat make connections with Brooks and the mem- stores and beauty shops.
revealed and
remem
tt Brewster Methodist Hospital transporting other buses. bers of the school of- Imperial Sundrles-530Broad
bered with a token, and
patients. .A motorcade and parade ficial family will be WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
new Secret Sisters for
have been planned in present in order to JAXON BEAUTY PRODUCTS
..................*..**......* connection with the meet all PTA members the club year will be 614 W. Adams St.

.opening of activities.The drawn. .
Lt>
ro : Miss Deloris Tarrance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. gates will open each

r aw johnny Stewart of 1036 W. 23fd Street, became, day at 4 p.m. but the CEDAR HIUS

nli the bride of Solomon Mitchell, Saturday Sept. 15. parade and motorcade are MON.-WED.-FRI.STORE OrEN: PRINCETONVANDERBILTlil

;e wp The couple is now residing at 3207 Chase Street. scheduled to begin at

rI Mrs. Mitchell is the sister of Jesse Tarranceof 6 P.m. sept. 21. Those
taking part will assem-
the Florida Star.
ti' ,
..
) Aw ble at Brewster Method-

i 0G ....*...*.a..........*....... ist Hospital and will be 1
+ prepared to proceed t

H Miss jeannette Carey of Brewster Methodist Hos- <- South on Jefferson to I. I

n pital is spending her vacation in her home town, Ashley to Davis to Kings

'Des Moines, Iowa. While on her vacation she has Road to Myrtle Ave. 1

Top quality cotton percale for every purpose; shirts, made a visit to Estes Park, Colo. Myrtle to Moncrief Road I II
dresses blouses, curtains, bedspreads, matching drapes, to 45th Street from 45th

ii etc Choose, or large from prints a fabulous in florals assortment, geometries of, stripes small, and medium .*..........a..55............ to Cleveland Road, Mf iUlIV

novelty prints. Guaranteed washable. Cleveland Road to Edge- ,

DOWNTOWN Miss Annie Jordan, of 1424 Madison Street, madea wood and the adjacentsite
K R -S SS: trip to South Carolina last weekend. After com- to the Continental / 1st QUAIITMOI I I ILEMISHMOf: I SECOND i i iI !

MAIN I at AIAMS pleting her business, she returned to the city in Bowling Lanes, corner
time to report to work Monday 'morning.HOLSUM Vernon Road and Edge- ?
Open Monday ad Friday Kites .. wood Avenue. 24MDNTH! ROAD liBl fftRMJ
Those in the motorcademay
r scouts Roundup
-- pick up people on '
TUBE TYPE
USELESS
---t tI their way to the groundsif
Scheduled Sept. 22ndThe they so desire. Per- 'BLACK WHltl BLACK WHtTnoils

Cherokee Divisionof sons desiring to enter I I i .I B.9&I II ri?'t

I 'I t tt the North Florida their cars in the motor- I : 'I .l 10,90 12;'I.I

\ Wdd. Council. Boy Scouts_ of cade are asked to con- 760305, 'i 1 'I .1.1'I

America announces its tact Thomas Byron Shieldat aootfS750x14; .I .I 'I
t MARKE .. 5 Fall Go Lound Up pro Brewster Methodist
SUPER 1 'I 't I
gram will be held Saturday Hospital.
sept. 22 fro; 2 to 5 800x11; 'I 'I mm 1 1I
I p.m. on St. Pius Catholic Wildfires destory wild- I 150 1

. Large loaf HERSHEY School grounds. life. Enjoy the great I TUBE m

Scout demonstrations in outdoors this summer,

U I BREAD SUGAR 100 making camping Cooking. Rope- with but always fire. be careful


: I lotI 5 lb. bag fliiit --- -
Tour r *
Sightseeingonsored -
-
5 Ihs. with $7.69 irtfer I NOMDiflffll( "r,0'M' : *
tI | By : 3** < *
,.'" '
t -. aMi |; !'*t* *
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PORK ROAST j m To

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FlESM II : LAKE WALES, FLORIDAVisit

t 45" 35fi 1 ". I The Famous i pM'

SliNk Hill i Bek Tower

t SMALL BAR-B-d SIZE t tI TIRES

And Prints, of Interest .Hi'i rf ii. iiinni,

I u. s. # 1 Spare Ribs t- CENTERS

Potatoes Sat. Stpt.,t 2Stk 7H: I... sr.: t mm mm .gill.., ifll s SOBTKIItaizm .mUtt.-,..

t I 290 1q11'i t Bus will leave,Mt. olive PB Church. Kings Rd. & 11th & MAINE I ICatfw JSMKaStf MB! SM*Kit. Ctfcl sue MJS libnJ u3 I. lip.'..

i 1Ol.bag 'Myrtle Ave.,6:30 a...; John Springleton's (South- c. ..... Vauin t"..
Tiy SP 1-AII -Jms lisa PJJtt .
aide
.& ) 6:45 a.m. Buster Ford's (Eastside) 7' a.a. 4-8U51 "' .T*MM f"r.t-M Put tIIc"! ; !
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II Undefeated Jax' Bears Host Daytona's Thunderbirds Here Saturday Nite I


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BCC Opens Home Stand -Week Pro Grid End-Slot Bridges As RelieverMARSHALL Tops J lax' Bears' Edge BombersIn




Saturday Nite With S.C. State Baltimore NFL CONTESTS vs Minnesota at e Season's 2nd Victory- i 11


Minnesota MIAMI With their gave the Bombers overall three-successive
DAYTONA BEACH The score ct 19-12 and the Simmons 180 lb and End run-
Chicago TS Los Angeles at season first defeat superiority in the third ,
ning plays
Bethune Cookman College Bulldogs will be looking John wilkins 190 lb.
Los AngelesSan staring them in the face quarter via the aerial J
Wildcats will PASSING PAYS OFFThe
open their to reserve this Ernest Sheffield, fresh
home-season Saturday, # score.B Quarterback; from Francisco vs Detroit at in the fading minutes, of route when he completed passing combinationof

Eept. 22nd at 8 p.m. in Detroit the game the visiting 18 of 26 pass attemptstwo Jax' Don Breaux and
>bby Frazier. all conference Matthew W. Gilbert in
Welch Memorial stadium quarterbackmoved Pittsburgh TS Dallas at Jacksonville Bears cli- of them for TD's. end possum Lee again
Jacksonville directedthe
I against the high rated DallasSt. maxed a 66-yard ground- The first was a 16- started clicking in the
the r
gold team gold team, after
Bulldogs from south Louis vs Green Bay at aerial game to spoil the yarder to end Bill Bar- game's fading moments to
from the 20 yard line ,4
Frazier was removed, two a;
Carolina state College Milwaukee Miami Bombers home_ debut ber and the second a tally another Bears' TD
to a touchdown alternating touchdowns: one a 40 t
Last year the Wildcats Washington vs Cleveland at by a close 20-19 score 96-yard screen pass to thus giving the Bears
from a running to end Sim-
defeated the Bulldogs in pass Jerry ClevelandNew in the Orange Bowl. fullback Larry Dueitt. their second straightwin
game featuring Theron mons and a hand off to
Orange burg, & c. by the York TS Philadelphia at The Bombers will entertain Bombers la Bears 7. in two league con-
Carmichael, 190 lb Half- freshman Fullback 200 1
PhiladelphiaA their hometown Bears halfback Don tests.
Patterson Set back and Willie McDonald Elijah Gibson, who swept V.
CONTESTS fans in the Gator Bowl Goodman fumbled on his
175 lb Halfback and right end for a 60 yard .A Rattler Boosters
For Sept.: 21 Denver vs Bostonat Saturday night when 'they own 6 and Bombers'
Fourth passing to End run.
Jerry Boston BRIDGES clash with Daytona's taekle Bob Garis recovered Membership Drive

$100 Sept. 22 New York vs Buffalo NET YORK Given up by Thunbirds in the first the ball and The
TALLAHASSEE
--
Top
FightCHICAGO Area
Blending L. A. CLAIMED at ,Buffalo the Cincinnati Reds in meeting of the two mem- scored to give Miami a Florida A&M university

When cham- I Sept. 23 Dallas TS Oakland June of 1961. Marshall bers of the 6-team 19-7 lead. Minutes later Rattler Boosters' kick-

pion Floyd Patterson Opening Planned BASEBALL'SNEW at Oakland Bridges, a 31-year old Florida Football League. the Bears, totaling a off membership drive for

meets Charles (Sonny) CAPITOLLOS Houston TS San Diego at San Mississippian may become Tom Kennedy, a last 71-yard ground offensive 1962-63 has been set in

Liston Tuesday night. For Dove Hunting Diego the toughest Yan- minute replacement from tallied with Universityof motion and will coitinue .

Sept. 25 in their LAKE CITY Portionsof ANGELES -- When ( Night Games ) kees' fireman since the the Denver Bears of the Florida's Dick Pod eyn through the month of

world's title bout in Los Angeles slugger- glorious days of one American Football League scoring on the end of September.
Camp Blanding Wild-
Comiskey park, it will outfielder Leon Wagnerwas joe pa geeBridgesas

be the fourth time that fire Management Area awarded the Arch Davis IH Line of last LA Mayor Cites Homerun Star
will be open to dove
the champion has defended Ward trophy for outstanding .- week--had a 7-2 won loss
hunting during the first
his crown with play during the record and an earned run
phase of the 1962-63 migratory -
reserve seats going ata second All-star game, For MVP AwardLOS average of slightly over
dove season, according .
$100 top price. and L. A. Dodgers' Maury 2-points.
to Lovett williams i
The first such
pro- Wills copped the same Sports authorities feel .
motion, other than Pat- Game Biologist.Game ANGELES -- Shouldthe ,
award for his clutch that the major league
terson's three-with th. top and'Fresh Water L.A. Dodgers win the
..
hitting and base steal- owners no longer feel alm
seats national race this
selling for $100 Fish Commission.The League
ing in the first game. any qualms over signing
was the'LOuis-Conn' fight new venture is year many sports observers -
Los Angeles has been Negro pi tc ers"the last
on June, 19, 1946. Louis somewhat experimentaland predict Dodger outfielder -
tabbed the "Baseball to be considered by the
kayoed Conn in eight- hunting will be restricted Tommy Davis will 'I ,
Capitol of the World"by
majors hierarchy.
rounds in Yankee Sta- to the dove win the league's Most t' 4/
ailing Sentinel Outstanding hurlers of
Valuable award.If .
dium. The bout drew an fields proper. To insure Player '
sports writer L.L. color now with the
attendance of 45.266 and satisfactory, shoot- the Giants clinch the. I _
(Brock) Brokenbury. various teams include: I
it is assumed
pennant,
grossed $1,925,564.ClafliN ing on the small fields, :
Brock" as he is affectionately that fabulous Willie Mays Gibson, Cards; Olivio,
no more than GO permits
known by will become the MVP Pirates; McBean pirates;
will be sold for any
Opens sports fans throughoutthe awardee.It Marichal Giants; Wil-

one shoot. The' fields nation suffered a is also felt that son, Red Sox; Francis 1 .. .........T... '<
will be open for hunting ...,'> i
Grid Season stroke recently in Detroit the dog-eat-dog race Pirated; Pizarro, White ::
starting at noon on Monday lj
and is recupera- between the Dodgers and Sox; Grant Indians; ; :
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IZL
October 8. and will ,, : P-
Saturday Nile ting from his sports Giants will go to the Wyatt. Athletics; .... ,. ..:,t:, >>'-'," '40-:. i;. '. .

be open each Monday editor duties with theL. top performer on the Daniels Senators; LOS ANGELES homerun King '.eon Wagner (left), was recently presented with a ,'

ORANG.EBURG, S C. -- through October 29. A. Sentinel. winning club. Segui. Athletics; Bass, scroll honoring the Angels from Mayor Sam W. Yorty in ceremonies at city
Coach J L. .Staggs and A special $2. 00 dove
Athletics. hall, while Brad Pye, Los Angeles Sentinal sports editor looks on.
t u.<4..shigh'&A.AU rrft A assistants have hunting permit, valid

success hopes of ed which regainingthe resulted required for one hunt in addition only, is to Patterson Faces Toughest Challenger Tuesday Nite Marsh Hen Season Op-eni :H'1


in their winning regular license require- 1
Ends
TALE OF. THE TAPE Nov. 18 ;
ments. Permits are
SEAC football champion SONNY LISTON FLOYD PATTERSON

ships in 1958 '59 and available from the Game I Tallahassee -- Marsh Virginia, king black,

'60. The schedule and Fresh Water Fish it. *... Hen hunters, opened and sara rail. Hunters

follows :, Commission P.O. Box ri : .' k' Flo d J-196 63buntr.. x.may also take the
..t ; .
,
"p ing season sunrise
SEPT. 23Livingstone 908? Lake city. Florida and purple gal

College Home Request for huntingon 28' Age' 27 Saturday. Sept. 15 according linules.

SEPT. 29 the Camp Blandingdove to A.D. Aldrich Although rails and gal

Bluefield State Away fields should be 212 Weight 189 director. Game and Fresh linules are found

OCT.6XMorris received M. Water Fish Commission. throughout the state, I
6'1" Height 6'
_
College I Home r. s The day's hunting ends the majority of the

OCT. 13 84" Reach 71M at sunset hunting is done in tidal

,Miles College Home Warch This Clown Hunting the migratory marsh areas along the

OCT 20 X. 2319-89 17 1/2" Neck 16 1/2" rails and gallinules coastlines. However

,Albany State Home .' '574 60 765 (marsh hens) will be most of the successful
OCT. 27 44'" Chest 40" allowed for 65 consecu- marsh hen hunting is

Fayetteville State AwayNOY I 9 tive days ending Nov. 18 done in a tier of six
... i.... 46 1/2" Chest 42"
;
Bag' limits for all rails
3..X:# .' _, .2 8 counties along Florida's
; ..'- ,' -.." .... Expanded .=r' .,
Paine,College A718.Y'- 3. ,. \',. c--: : .- '7.,?-', ';033" /, ,' /' and sore Gallinules rail is, 15 except for Northwest coast--Nassau

NOV. 10 y Waist 32 "1/211 1ii. Duval. St. John Flagler.
:: day's bag and 30 for
Bethune-Cookman Away 94 33 73 hd' Volusia and Brevard
total possession. Daily
NOV. 17 'X 158 41 239 16 1/2" Biceps 14 1/2' :< counties--and two counties -
: bag limit for sora rail
Savannah' State Home .... .,', along the western
..nwtimr' h. is set at with
III 14. 25 a
Fist 123/4"
DEC. 1 %.;mtimrr h..... 1.icra Gulf Coast--Gulf and
total
possession of 25
Edward Waters AwayX n* add" .nhtN-I" .
He work It all *rouiidComlnq 8 1/2". Wrist 6" The clapper, rail will
( den tes' conferencegames 1 1r
be the primary specied .
Attractions
) 4', 4 25 1/211 Thigh 21 1/2. I
I 32 __..88 678 ___ 50' ; taken. Other prominent
species include the
I k; L. 16" Calf 1512" __"!Io.-. .


: 12" Ankle 9 1/2" I

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HERE'S HOW THEY STACK UP--Champion Floyd Patterson will be giving away 13 inches in
FRESH
reach and 23 pounds in weight to Challenger Sonny Liston when they meet in Chicago -

s Comiskey Park, Tuesday night Sept. 25 for the heavyweight championship of the ELgin 4-4508

world. The fight will be seen on closed circuit television at the jax' Colliseum's R

giant screen direct from Chicago through the facilities of Graff-Reiner-Smith En- AUTOMOTIVE
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College 1392 M at Myrtle Arawa
Kits lege Aggies football team, is examined by Dr. Tickets now on laic ot Coliseum end Coliseum

PII s S-S97-SB P. Earl Davis, college physician, prior to the Downtown Ticket Office, Hemmina Park '

>:: G. I. Approved 100% Air Cowl.63O opening of drills recently liapp, who last year i Reserved Seals J5.50Gen.. Adm. M.50

J. wide ALL-CIAA selection and was named 'Most '
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Hampton Pirates Poised. Seek Added Improvements For Negro. '..+;.. Farmers v Jack Paul


For Season Assumes EWC's

'Rough' Grid Reins

HAMPTON Va. Coach Ae is a smart aggressive high scorer in the CIAA President William B.

Ben Whaley. starting his ccmpe ti tor.Holding conference. Guthrie has $ Stewart announced the

sixth season at H.I. his om on the great speed Incredible appointment of Clifford
h
feels that his 1962 front wall also will be agility and power. h ._ .. "Jack" Paul to the

football squad can at Currie Truck" Ball, a Performing the quarter- r position of head coach

least equal their win- 6-3, 230 pounder. From back duties will be Jon and Athletic directorat

sing 6-3-0 record of the time Ball begins a Thomas and Carey Edward Waters College.

r last year.Although game until the time he 'Champ" Baghley. Both r Paul suceeds George Bell ,

1 without the stops, he seems to be"Trucking" quarterbacks have the ." who resigned his post at

scoring punch of 1 961 disasterfor necessary qualities to the AME Institution to

I most of the"interior the opponents. guide the team as one. { take over the top slot

line, the coach still With these three being t l lY .. at South Carolina State.

speaks in a confidenttone. the mainstay up front, Last year the EWC team
Cue of the reasons the backs will get the 1C WIcoiiesFreshmu ; won the SEAC title in

for his confidence is go-go signal. Among their first year of

Lucius Reeburg a 6-3, those backs will be Class .5 I conference membership.

270 pounder who may make Vernon '-rooy" Anthony, Coach Paul brings a re

t the professionals. Ree- a, hard-running halfback DAYTONA BEACH -- The ,'.'rter. qr r ) markable record to the
burg will be playing offensive that can go with ease. 59th Annual Convocation t AME supported institu

and defensive Another 'Feather in Committee for Freshmen I \ tion. During his tenureas

tackle and also offensive Whaley' s cap" will be and new students an- head coach"at Ralph

center. At all Alvin "Pace" walker, nounced that this year's .. Bunche High of Woodbine.

of these positions, he who has been shifted to program was Held in .-- -3.-_ -- Georgia, his teams won
will stand out becauseof halfback and shows surprising the Gertrude Hotchkiss AG COUNTY AGENTS MEET---Delegates to the 11th annual convention of the National Negro County Agents total of 14 championships

his natural ability ability in toting Heyn Memorial Chapel on Association last week in Orangesburg, S. C., at State College concerned themselves with ways of in all sports. In

top play football. In the ball. sharingthe Sunday, Sept. 16, at providing better educational services to rural people.Interested in improved dairying, five agents, football they won five

spite of his size, he is fullback berth will 4 pm.More' left',get a look at State College's method of filling milk cartons. Left to right: Dr. L.C. DeCosta. conference or Georgia

fast And very mobile on be John Boykins, who is than 300 freshmenand dean! of agriculture at the college;: R. C. Bacots, assistant county agent, Moncks Corner, S." C. ; State Championshipsduring

the field, which is a expected to carry his new students, re- D. P. Lilly, Okmulgee, Okla. retiring president of the association: I. D. Thompson, Cleveland the five years he

great'asset to his play- fair share. Alternating presenting 22 states Kis 1st vice. president; C. D. Scott, Selma, Ala., 2nd vice president; and H. L. Hubbard, new was head coach. For the

if ing. He will be a key with this shifty back two foreign countriesand president Angleton, Texas. Top right: Dr. E. T. York, administrator of the Federal Extension ser- five years span he compiled

figure' in the Pirates will be Thelonius !us- 46 of the 67 counties vice, Washington, congratulates the "Agents of the Year" of eight States. Left to right: J. H. a sensational 48

success this year. "tang Smith, a former in the State of Ross, Greenville, Ala.; F. E. Smith, Prescott, Ark.; J. S. Scott, Wewoka, okla.; James C. Miller won and 3 lost record

Coach whaley s great Ft. Eustis player showing Florida, will be {bxmal- Madison, Fla.; Dr. York; Milton E. Dean, Louisville, Miss.; Emerson Sanders, Carthage, TexasRobertN. for an almost unbelievable -

:r confidence! in Edward great promise in ly inducted into the Be- Smith, Spartanburg, S. C.; and James C. Gregory, Somerville, Tenn. Bottom right: Convention 941 lifetime ave-

t 'Tops' Thorpe, the that position.A thune-Cookman college speakers: Dr. DeCosta; Mr. Lilly; Herb Karner, farm editor, Tulsa, okla., World; president R. C. rage.

team captain this year. freshman, James family. I Edwards, Clemson, s. C. College; Dr. A. T. Mace, director Rural Areas Development, u. S. Department Paul is a graduate of

Thorpe carries quite a tuke") Guthrie hailing Dr. Hi chart d]Ty. Moore, of Agriculture; Dr. 0. S. Willham, president of Oklahoma State university; President B. C. Florida A and M Uni-

bit of "tynamite" on from Newport News president, will deliver Turner, S. C. State College; and Dean J. K. Williams of Clemson. versity, class of 1950-

his 200 lb., 6-1 frame. Va. could perhaps be a the convocation address. While in college he
ilusic will be furnishedby *: ***** IT I ID ***** lettered in football and

ROYAL ART STUDIO College the Bethune-Cookman singers and l***:* *** SPORTING I I II I Ur ** *] that the he people intends of to Jack-bringto

( C. J. SIMON, Prep. Thomas D. Demps. Dr. I. BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON sonville a winning team.

kti A. McMillan, Dean registrar INTELLIGENCE IS Other members of the
515 DAVIS STREET SOMETIMES best exhibited by -
of the college uncle, you would have to be my nephew and it
be1ngsilent.: A of coaching staff
i group Negroes were waiting in are:
Qualify Photographs will preside, while line in a certain Super Market to pay for their would have come through my brother or sister." Alphonso Scott Alfred
James E. Biger. adminis- It was a tight game between Buffalo and the Jax
groceries when someone mentioned the base steal- Benefield, and Robert
s trative assistant, will ing ability of Maury Wills of the Los Angeles Suns and everyone soon got interested in the game Parker. The Tigers will
Any Kind..Anytime and
who
forgot was kin to whom.
j present Dr. Moore. LeroyE. Dodgers. The cashier serving that line turned play their first home
a- DURING THAT 16-INNING PLAY-OFF GAME the other
Northrup,
I Daytime, EL4 1894 secretary- round and to the one who had addressed her, night between Rochester and the JacksonvilleSuns game on Saturday sept.
treasurer of the Boardof "yes,,! but that is nothing out of the ordinary, 22 against Fort Valleyof
there were more baseball experts, more
Nile Time, El 5 022 Trustees of Bethune- Negroes are born thieves." Some of the Negroes the strong SIAC.
Cookman will give the managers, more retired umpires, more baseball
became infuriated at the Champ Patterson
expression and she
Ask About response.The baseball rules committee members than at any
didn't notice the
store manager standing near other time during the knew
season. They
exactly
Convocation is
Our Summer Specials open by who also heard the remark. After finishing Picks Wisconsin
to the public. what Manager Ben Geraghty should have done to
l his talk to her in the presence of the waiting pull the game out of the fire. They knew what Training Camp
crowd, it was a question as to whether or not she
pitcher to what
use, pinch hitter to send in,
would retain her job.
where to clay Larry Brown, what Tony Martinez BURLINGTON Wis. A
< SOME OF THE CUSTOMERS DID NOT worry, they were should be doinghow Barker should play resort manager announced
wondering about the difference of the check '
pay the runner at first base, where Vic Davillio heavyweight boxing
of the man who was being paid to steal and the
should play the batter. It was a hectic night, champion Floyd Patterson
one who made the smart remark. Here two dif-
are
will train at Brown'sLake
io
listening the Hall of Famers discuss their
r'D ferent people i n different fields of endeavorand
Resort here for his
knowledge of the game, tell of their experienceswhen
one is being paid to steal and the
other
one they played the game, what success they had September; 25 title defense -
being paid to be honest. Stealing bases has
won Charles
as managers of the home town teams and what against
world wide fame for Maury Wills, but who knows (Sonny) Liston of
happened to the umpire when he fouled up.
the name of the super market cashier but her employees Philadelphia.
rooorn W@MoornrornJw .- -
ana ner co-woncers? Another thing sure

and certain is that one could wager a decent

I amount of money on the fact that Maury Wills IsWashed Up t I

could ,do what she was doing, but she couldn'tdo

what he was doing. Don't forget, compare the As Regular ? a L

@oo pay checks.
SARCASM IS A DANGEROUS THING and often back- ST. LOUIS When star I

fires.i i Little did the young cashier know that St. Louis Cardinals out- ci

the record in base stealing is not held by a fielder Minnie Minosowas Ii ,

Negro. Without a doubt, the young lady had not sidelined again this

heard of the famous "Georgia Peach" Tyrus season after having been
r
< Raymond Cobb, who holds the record. it stands to struck on the arm duringa Ii I

: 1 -. reason she had not heard of the elusive Max game with the N. Y. I MAKESM! SKIN BLEACHES

.-{, .. Carey, who pilfered quite a few bases during his Mets the question arose j j OLD FASHIONED"ligntcns R

.., ... day. You know she had not heard of Louie Ap- as to whether the ener- i
-,;=",, paracio of the Chicago White Sox of the American getic Cuban has reached I

'.-'; .-i'....: League In those sarcastic remarks, the speakerdid the end of his baseball

t not know that neither one of those men was a career.

Negro, or had she beard about them at all. Evidently X-rays taken of Minose's dark spots
: she had not. Sarcasm is injury revealed
a dangerous thing perfect powder
5 t -. and often backfires. If the young cashier could he had suffered a frac base 1j j I

.. THE "'. ture of a small bone in StintOna
cash
ring a register with as much poise and accuracy
his left forearm.
as Maury Wills can scoot down tq second
Last May 11. Minoso was .
: base, ,what a valuable employee she is to that
MYSTERYSHOPPER hospitalized for some
t. company. Why get angry with her, just compare
.". z : the pay checks. two months when he was Manufacturers of Power's .'$MtnOt'U.. hr wit'. tl.e .far'c
Injured chasing
a fly
; THE DAY IS FAR PAST. The day is too far advanced -
.. ball in Busch Stadium.
'1:': .,' ;;.. and man is too intelligent now for Negro ,
i At that time, he suf-
.... 1. to be addressed "Antie"
i.. ." women as and the Negro
t. .. .,. .. : fered a fractured, jaw
"
"' man as "Uncle. A very fine looking man walked.to .
IJrA <: ,-' wrist and shoulder other
't. a seat: in the grandstand and wanted to pass a
injuries.
heavy set Negro sitting on the end of the seat.
Baseball men are now
AT in wanting to pass he said 'excuse me uncle."
YOUR STORE ? wondering whether the.
The Negro did not move, so he was calmly touchedon
Cardinal management cad (
\ the, shoulder and the words reprated, "Excuseme
afford the luxury of depending -
: uncle, I want to pass." The reply from the _
upon Minoso for J
Negro on the end of the seat was, "please excuse Y
Have Carnation front line duty in 1963 __
Evaporated Milkin me, i didn't know you were talking to me, for. mybrother's
since they already have
only son is in the army and my sister
another aging outfielderin
never had one." The nan turned around and said,
your shopping bag! Mystery the person of Stan 4._ _kk _
Wbat; did you mean by that? The Negro's answer
(The Man) .
was, "I meant the only way I could be your ,

shopper pays for all your groceriesif Musial.Views .

WHEN YOU ARE ILL 1962 Season ,-, -

you qualify! Ton Seek The Best Doctor ...
When Your doctor PrescribesGet With High Hope

Experienced Pharmacists
If the mystery shopper stops you, he will ask you a ..According to Your Doctor's COUJffllA. S. C. Coach
question. You must answer his question correctly.If Willis (Hoss) Bracy has !
you have bought Carnation Evaporated Milk and if Orders. We Use Only given his Benedict Col-

you answer the question correctly Carnation will pay The Best Quality Drugs lege Tigers the role ofa

for all the groceries you purchased on that shopping Dr. C. E. Black modern Jack-The-Giant-

trip! Proprietor Killer when one surveys

Who knows where the mystery shopper will be next? 3 REGISTatSD PHARMACISTS TO SERVE ice the ambition slate which KEN KNIGHT

p Who knows when he will select you-at your store! has been scheduled for

1 There's a Carnation mystery shopper in your city- A rnuPLETB LIKE OP the Tiger gridsters this Invites You To Listen To -

your neighborhood-right now! EVAPpATED Coxaetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries season.On .

Have Carnation in your shopping bag-the healthy K PRESCRIPTIONS CALLS FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's successive Saturdays UKNIGHT 'TRAIN"Starting
family milk! The milk with extra Vitamin D to help beginning Sept. 15 Ben

your children build sound teeth and bones.The richer, Drug Store diet plays Grambling
thicker, creamier milk in the red-and-white can. The Morris Brown and Florida At 7:00 pm Nightly
.
world's favorite evaporated milk, by far! 'from Contented Cows" I A&M--all rated highly I

1 1987 KINGS Rill EL 3-8276 among the nation's top 1400 .d WRHC 1400

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Chips Off The Block Pnthtrs ..To lMit 'Fowird Look' POLICE REPORTS 'Plals&



By "Jay jay" x x : r WOMAN INJURED IN Medical Center by Ambu- Meeting -

FIGHT WITH NEIGHBORMrs. lance. Carter was arrested -
_HOTTEST NEWS IN TOWN is that Jackie Wilson comes -
to the Armory on Saturday nite. He's the torrid Christine Darby and held for dis- The Jax Branch of the

singer known asYr.. Excitement' and no self- 51. of 1313 Oakley St. charging firearms in the NAACP will hold a public

respecting music-lover will want to miss this was injured last Monday: city limits, and outcomeof mass meeting Sunday in

Saturday date on account of it may be a long during a fight with victim s condition the auditorium of Second

time before he comes back this way again. another Oakley Street police stated. Baptist Church starting Lat

I* r favorite D-j, johnny (The Devil's Son-in-law) resident police said. Patrolmen S. Washington 3:30 P.O. Rutledg-

Shaw of WOBS will be MCing and talking that She said she and Miss and A. Jones in- Pearson, president, announced *

talk..A reminder too that the Havana Ballroomon e'y Lucinda Kimberly. 20, vestigated.. . .... Thursday
Avenue B is open again and swinging like of 1330 Oakley Street The movement to revive -

crazy to the music of Billy Moore and his organ were engaged in an argu area voter registration -

Quintet, with vocals by Sam Douglas. ment when Miss Kimberly STRONG ARM selective

They say certain teachers are filing the pulled a knife and ROBBERY ,REPORTED buying, equal job op-
: struck Mrs. Darney in portunities, and the
FLASTAR under "good reading" after reading the I Cleveland Brown, 33,
the left hand causing current civil fights
unexpurgated version
of that incident in another of 1007 W. Duval Streetwas
local publication.It laceration of her program will be discussed -
the victim of a
fin gers. Pearson stated.
is pleasing to see how many young people strong arm robbery last
The woman was taken t Officers and membersare
and some of our middleaged friends too, are tak- Tuesday on Ashley Street
Duval Medical Center urged to attend and
ing advantage of 'the evening school
It police
program. EYES CONFERENCE CROWN---Head Coach J. L. Staggs (center) Charleston, S. C. for treatment and was reported. the general public is
looks like old times to see the throng leaving Brown said while he
and his assistants William Senior, Tampa, head line coach (left) and assis- released, police re- was invited, be concluded.
each night at 10:00. They make it so convenientfor in the 900 block of W. .
tant line coach Cunningham Roosevelt, Richmond, Va. open the season Saturday ported. She was advised:
you to learn these days that there just aln' Ashley street, he was i
night in orangeburg, S. C. Livingston College. Members of the Southeastern to get a warrant if
no excuse for being dumb. hailed by a man who was .
Athletic Conference, Claflin's Fighting panthers plan to regain superiorityover prosecution is desired 45th
Happy birthday to Al Wise of the Star crew. The talking to several men
other grid rivals which resulted in their winning conference titles in police said.
small one refuses to tell his age but we hear. 1958, '59 and '60. . .. in a blue and white DriveI.BARI.QUE
that be was General pershing aide-de-campe and 1950 Buick. He said he .

covered the Battle of the Name for "Stars And St. WOMAN VICTIMOF walked over to the car
Peter AME Pistol Slaying Two Inmates
Stripes. Also SHOOTING and three
happy "B-day" to Minnie Wood- men got out

ard. Church Announces Ends Slated For Miss Virginia Wilker- and told him to get in. .they're D i oasYou'll

Our sympathy goes out to our good neighbor Evie FriendshipGREEN I son of 605 Davis Streetwas After Brown refused to '

Alexander on the loss of her mother. Services Sunday s ServicesMrs. COVE SPRINGS A Death Chair the victim 'of an accidental get in the car, one of like em

will be held in Jasper, Florida, Sunday after Alma Bacon will First degree murder TALLAHASSEE Barringa shooting last the men got out of the 45th t -Honcner
-
noon. Condolences also to the Cowarts, H. James give the principal charge was lodged a- last-minute changein Tuesday police reports vehicle took $25 in Hear 45ft StreetPackage

Green and the ucMillian family (Hazel, Gloriaet address during morn- gainst a local man the course of their indicate. bills from him he said. .I
al) the Miss Wilkerson stated Police said Brown escaped Store
ing worship at St. Monday following destiny Smith and
Glad to hear that Ethel weekend joe that she and her sis- from the men. Police -
is of
Spears feeling much Peter AME Church when shooting a William Leach will die
better. The stylish fashion is his ter's boy friend. Tony reported later con-
expert slated to the women observe their man described as
in the electric chair
enter the hospital soon. annual women's Day observance best friend. some time during the C&rter 17, were playing tacted him at Ashley and EASY WAY TO REDUCE \

Nite life pros knew about the tasty dishes at Sunday. Clay County Sheriff week of Sept. 24. with a gun when she Madison streets. A pick-

Weaver s. They have remodeled the place and an Events will start with John Hall charged 27- The two were convictedof pulled the trigger the up was sent out on the ....r""aule IfCtreIIic l 1
gun failed to fire. Tony Buick. It was locatedand f TrMMttoriiN e...-
featuring the food..looks good. jack Combs an Sunday School at 9:30 year-old Alfonso Reese strangling Duke Olsonto tmphM Curft lit :=.
company livened up the' area the other night. a.m. with Mrs. Elinwiese with the murder of death in a discipli- Carter took the gun patrolman G.R. Henry MxbiiK. AMYd. ftHucn. Al +
from her and pulled the was placed on a stakeout .1 IKH u 30 Minutes.
Benny "Last of the Big Spenders" McClain and Edmonds Grant as acting William Bryant Jr. The section "
nary of Raiford
trigger and the .
police said.
Charlex Jones had a setto. When those two fel- superintendent Mrs. dead man 22, was a native three gun
prison years ago. discharged striking Miss Sgt. L.C. Williams Call For Free HoaeDeopast'rttion
lows get together, they tell. you "how it's Lillie Mae, Arnold is of Green Cove An attorney for the two '
Wilkerson in the conducted the
investi-
upper
done." Frank Jenkins is back at his usual general chairman of the Springs.An that
argued unbearable Rented
right chest police saic gation. Can Be Bought Or
post on 21st and Myrtle passing out advice and event. investigating deputy living conditions in the Sle was taken to Duval . .. .. Call a 355-2395'
shaking hands. Chaier Morse has staked a claimin The guest speaker is an said Bryant was shot in prison flattop and Ol-

that section also. instructor at Dunbar the chest with a .22 son's homosexual advances t
-
Big Willie Wells is planning to give lessonsto Heights School at Green caliber pistol climaxinga drove the pairto Moncrief Drive-In Market

all large lassies and lads on how to get in Cove Springs. She fist fight between commit the murder.

small cars. Sweet William and his madam drive a will be introduced by himself and Reese. The The State Pardon Board

little Nash. On the car kick-Look out if you run Mrs. Olia George of incident took place ata refused last week to 24 hours 45th St. & For tot Oe irery'

into a blue 62' Ford or a white 61' Chevvy coming Starkes. Mrs. Abish She- local tavern. commute their death Slftk -'

up Myrtle Avenue. New drivers Dot Williamsor bee will preside duringthe Reese formerly of sentences. On Monday. a day service Moncrief Road
PO 5.1217",1.1111
Dot Jones may be at the wheel. program. Green Cove Springs Gov. Farris Bryant

It's a long way for a sailor with a dischargein Mrs. Mary Washington moved to Jacksonville signed death warrants

his pocket who picked a town to make his home will be the main speaker recently. committing the two men f .1.1q

because of wartime friendliness as exhibited by during the Youth pro- C orrlspOldllltDraws to death by electrocu

inhabitants to travel, but isadore Singleton has gram which begins at .tion.

parlayed a ditty bag and a sea bag into four 3 clock. Jail TermMIAMI

modern businesses, one of the largest Negro dis- The Youth Departmentwill Mt. Moriah
the after-
bursed payrolls in town and countless hours of sponsor A 44-year-old

community service.. His friends and foes alike noon program beginningat correspondent for the SchedulesWomen's
3 o'clock with Miss
will gather to pay tribute to him at a testimonial Baltimore Afro-American l
Afordo Chishum in
next week. The Mississippi boy who was rearedin charge newspaper was sentencedto DayPlans

Michigan and got "sand in his shoes" has 3 months in prison
made progress we can all feel proud of. Evening services will Monday after having been have been com-
be under the directionof pleted for the annual
Dorothy Reese is acquiring a "Bawston" accent. convicted of illegally _
Mrs. Louise Cloud Women' Day observance .
She is spending her vacation in "Beantown with entering the United .L4
and Mrs. Mary Washington scheduled for October 28
her aunt. Lillie Sconiers is all tanned and rest- States from Cuba. I
will be principal at Mt. Moriah AME Church. \ Ur4
ed looking. The lady knot-snipper has just returned William C. Worthy, well : f
speaker. St. Peter'sChoir Officers for the observance -
from Miami and Nassau.In known Negro journalist L.
1 will serve. are Miss Barbara
with their molding of new image, had his passport ,
keeping a revoked chairman
Robinson Mrs.
Girl ; t'i
it is rumored that things ,are being shook at the Scout by the State Department Odessa Lane co-chairman; 'i c'1

formerly veddy, veddy conservative AfroAmerican.Tis Leaders Meeting after he madean Mrs. Ali Thorpe, pastorfor (

a fact that for the first time in the memoryof Monday Night unauthorized trip to the ,day; Mrs. Alyce e

many folkthe staid firm came off the .fence Communist china in 1957. Jones Mack secretary and

and took sides in a recent campaign. ... leaders Gateway Girl Scout He entered Cuba last public relations chair-
- are to
urged
year without a passport
STRAND Sunday Thro Saturday attend an important man._

PAJUMOUNT PICTURES..... meeting slated for Mon '

SIEVE McQUEEH day night, Sept. 23 at ATTENTION PARENTS BOYS WANTEDTo --
Florida Star STEWiNG -I kiiNTitIID
Sell
NUVBUINFESSHMffll 7 o'clock in the YWCA. Enroll your children in Southside. GRADE 'A' BAKING GRADE 'K
Mrs. O'Leary and Mrs. the Mary and Joseph Newspapers on

Deloach have scheduled Kindergarten, REASONABLE Come to 2117 Wishart St. 39SALMONS HENS BACON IOta
or call FL 9-1271 HENS
HAIRY GUARDINO important matters for RATES ONE HOT MEAL 25C

KICK ADAMS .s discussion. All leadersare Transportation Furnished LOTS FOR SALE lb.- I" ft.ia .

-- requested to attend EL 5r8908
BOB NEWHART.IIIn the meeting in uniform. 1 $25.00 Down ARMOUR PURE
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Rrt. wurray msvsd ROOM FOR RENT $10 1 Per Month at Marietta
MllRI urr mill OLEO
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plus "HAND ol DEATH Couple Only-Conveniences i can lfc ID. Barters
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Mrs. Maggie EL 5-7275: Us

ROOSEVELT Sunday Tlrn Tuesday Aaron the, shownin pic- w? Johnnie's Hotel I BALlARD LONE GRAIN

3 Bit i Muster Pictures ture is now FOR SALE TV in every room. MEAL .
FLOUR
"MIGHTY HE Y8NG"mi located a t 1953 Ford-Good Con- For Reservations. Call 29C 49 RICE
"KING KONG"
} 29CI
1273 Kings 1,; .e dition. Sale price is EL 5-4025 5 lEs. 1 plain or self risiai1 2 Iks. _
WALKS US"
"CREATURE AMONG
Rd.Mrs.Aaron. I ,. i $200. Call Anytime: 741%, W. ASHLEYJacksonville.

ROOSEVELT SATURDAY SEPT. 22, 1962 i s a specialist ,. EL 5-8908 Florida EGGSGRADE AUNT JEMIMA I AUNT "JEMIMA

A JL kids ender 1 14 clip ibis t tf aid .hair weavingand in I\Q, HOUSE FOR SALE ," : 'A' WATER GROUND Quick cr Regular _

,np let ia for BO Satirdai .e fire is now Near Course-3 Hyde Bdrms.Park, 2 Golf Full Large FOR, Choice SALE Wooded LARGE doz. 59C MEAL 1ge GIlTS 25 '

UT 2 p.m. to see "gVANTRILL'S RAISERS" ready to take r' Baths Corner Lot Lots-59' X 100'-On Fer- 2 I.. bat 2 tons
care' of her customers. _
Cash
and "SEX KITTENS SIll Cell EsE" By Appointment nandina Beach-$350 'A' MEDIUM
CALL HERI! EL 6-993B EV 4-6711 ,
BY 4-5437 : 49C LEAN BRISKET BEEF
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Wilej Apartments diz. SHORT
FOR SALE STEW Ie
'Jacksonville 39
Ti. GRADE 'A' Iks.
3
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EDGEWOOD GOOD Truck for .sale Finet' It.
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.THE. ... IK ton 1946 Dodge (cheap 2 Bd Ra Apts.-$11.50 SMALL BROWN
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'- .' : Private owner, call Wkly-Water Furnished- doz. STEAKCHOICE

..'" I .. 'f,:" FL 91271. Can be seen Resident Mgr.-2414 San U. S. S801 Free51s
at Barley Tire Co. Diego Rd.-FL 9-1757

:: '" '. ; .. LdL: .. t 3215 Phillips Hiway or Opposite Douglas Anderson PEE WEE
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) \ \ call EX 83414. School.,_.' 99 RIBIb.6De

IY I Featuring ServicesSound 4 in. DERSIEY !SUGAR; (;
Secretarial trip latH.Secretar7T.1pistGoodj.;
I SELECT Witt SJ8 Order
Service for Ad- SIRLOIN _
Robert Grisby J. English, Spelling. Business -, vertisingDances, Ball BEEF LIVER Ie. Big Milo Sirs kt Mi
School grad. Apply. 39C
3 p.m. Sunday Florida Games Speaker, Service etc. Also for Loud Ban- iii. ". Riitb tab MMT NN

Iii SIll l wwc M t fife ffgag / Star, 2323 Honcrief Roador gndts. concerts, Record' lat t to lfktfdii

write to p. o. Box Hops: etc.Phone El 3-5902 AUNT IEMIHA T T-BSME Ie i tilts Wt| flW t POdJ I/

.-561 NO Phone Calls. SOUND SERVE Corn a.- 1.1 jai Iaity lillPIlltJ

6 6IgSS KAITY SlIP 2301 MDNCRIEF ROAD
t.- '... Bread1Mix 1 0
.:-; ENTERTAINMENT NfTELYBarTopess I Specialising in Mm.Other Hortense Neal, Mgr. C ROUND Ie En eras t *i.

\: : ; ,at 5 p.s. Opt 1i 1 a...' ." Q for>eclai School rates-)... to serve o Aerators you bu It .

Tinting Dyeing 1 't, Plenty Of Fresh Vegetables b Open 24 km

WEST EKEWMI ATOHC AT CLEYELAW N. $., EL 4-97M Its. EL 6-0420 tree ripe fruits lite Crabs Baby Mon! tkl click