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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
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October 14, 1961
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 14, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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- .
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
Resource Identifier:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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I On $70.000 Bond Wound .

'.y kyl, 5 GAINESVILLE -- .Alachua Bethune Cookman-Benedict Colleges' football classic
I I slated for Saturday night in the Gator Bowl offers
; Town Marshall Robert ;; .
J'I I: Paul Owens,. who was ;I I its Florida fandom a full two-days of entertaining high Duval County Jailer j:

I I| jailed here last week :I lights prior to, during and following the contest R. DeWees 26, despite i

'" for the alleged beating\ the sponsors announced Thursday. being stabbed in the ,

... II ,. of a Negro man, has been j'r' At 8 p.m. Friday night arm while attempting to

I released on a said to (I Lincoln Country Club run down a man last Sunday

f i.wig. be $10,000 bond! it was : will be the scene of the. Public WarnedTo night, managed to

.. ,. learned this week, I traditional bonfire. Pre- Of hold his assailant until I
the police it
I l It was reveal d that j game prognostigators came I
HER MAJESTY Miss Barbara Moore, (left) a senior from Conshahockon, Pa.'Miss r(the exact charge, reportedly supporting each team, songs 'Phoney9 Solicitors was reported.
1 Bet une Cookman" ,. afrd her burt attendants Miss Brenda Rivers, Gainesville ; given by Alachua i j II'I pep talks and all of the Held in county jail on
F Freshman: Miss Joyce/jJS.tj slip, Los Angeles, Calif. sophmore; and Miss 1. County Sheriff J.H.I I added zest, color and charges of assault with

Olivia D. Ellis Tampa, jTmior, will provide majestic charm when Bethune's' Crevasse Jr. was assault j flavor or fall festivities The State Board! of Health attempt to murder is

and Benedict' courts will be seen on parade Saturday .beginning at 12:30 p. m. ; to commit murder in the j are expected to bring out warned homeowners Tuesday Elwood Deary, 25, of i
and during the halftime ceremonies ar the Gator Bowl Saturday night. second degree and thati i; a full gallery of sup that fake termite control 2945 Old St. Augus-,: I

-.------; bond for the charge was j i porters. operators are operating t:Jie -Road.Duval f
I i i'I $10,000. J Promptly at 12:30 p.m. throughout the state in County Patrolmen r.
Mary Elizabeth, Sir John 'I Shocking Incident Crevasse reported that !! Saturday, a classy spec- increasing numbers. John Cox and R. D. ,
tacle is promised when Vickers reported De'.Vees
John A. Mulrennan, the'
Stirs CommunityMIAMI 'his office was first called; eight Duval was driving
Lounges Are Under State Fire County High board's bureau entomologisttold on the I
into the case by officials iofthe i school bands, the units homeowners to deal Jernigan near Grant I
An argument
University of ; Road when his
representing Bethune
and car was
MIAMI Two of Miami's leading Negro hotel-entertain- dollar and fifty cents Florida Teaching Hospital :; Benedict, and the respective only with pest control sideswiped by a vehicle
ment centers have been charged with 8 other night has resulted in the death where the Negro, Ernest operators known to be being operated
; queens their by Dearyat
spots by the state beverage department with permitting of a Miami man. Jam? I. Mahamery, 31, had been j courts will parade through licensed by the state, about 7 p.m.Deary's .

prostitution or bqokmaking and face the possibilityof Wyche, 34, of 4427 N. admitted some three ,I .the main arteries of the preferably local concerns.He car was being
losing their liquor licenses.The W. 32nd Ave. days earlier with i j city. siad that some legiti pushed and was without

and Knight'Sir Beat John operationis Lounge I I Funds For Victi7;; ..Memorial Wyche died Hospital in Jackson last severe Mahamery'head wife injuries., Rosa- Ii promptly The game at gets 8 p.m.underway in the mate solicit organizations business outsideof do pushed lights in and the was opposite being

accusedof, supplyinga Sunday morning followinga I lee, is said to have told I Gator Bowl, and more than areas. wher they are direction officers said.
white prostitute for I I Still Pouring In severe beating overROOSEVELT hospital officials that the. usual amount of interest number of the DeWee stopped, went toa
its patrons. operatedby the injuries were inflicted in house close
afternoon contest is by to
Last Friday operators have printed
Samuel and Sonya ,1 r on her husband. being professed this call the police and when
Rabin the Sir John has Oct. 6, Justice of the by an officer. year due to the fact that contracts and may secure he returned he saw Deary
: 1 13 separate charges Peace Dorcas B. Drake. Additional reports dis- contracts in a matter of
; -4, both teams are rate is fleeing the scene, The
filed against it. Roy Smith, proprietorof ) closed that hours Mulrennan said. He
I I : "upsetters' and a other driver had alreadyfled
stated that the fake
The 13 counts against Smith's Restaurant k I II Henry Parker of the con-
and ready police stated.
thrilling, rough
the Sir John I I i and Deputy Constable : II sheriff's office trol men operate mostly in
were compiled I II I| stated contest is expected. Giving chase, DeWee
_ i by undercover I I Edward Holt Negro Church I! that Owens went to- arrest Climaxing'events for I rural areas and prey on overhauled I Deary and

agents who visited the i I contribution's supervisor I I Mahamery Alachua on Sept. this year's classic will elderly couples and widows. when he caught him was
place between August 12 were on hand at I: 9 following a report to I cut
be the 'Victory Ball"slated i in the arm by a
t and Sept. 8, the Department I Judge Drake* s office to him (Owens) that she had to begin at 10 p.m. Beverage Men pocketknife. DeWee\ held
said. Along with hand over the sum of become involved in an
in the Palms of Jackson- Indict Three Deary until police came,
I prostitution involving $405.00 to Mrs.Rachell argument with Mahamery. ville. The dance .will end the report> arlded. ,
I a white woman identified, Rice. "'F/ Witnesses told Parker '
at 2 a.m.Florida. MADISON -- Charged with DeWee *;as treated at
f only as"* Kit ty," the Mrs. Rice is the mother JOHNSON I that Owens asked Parker sports have conspiracy to violate the Baptist Memorial Hospital .

I club is accused of 1 who lost all of her five 'his head with a 1lece- I i to 'come on' and as he already voiced approval state's antimoonshinelaws where 25-stitches

illegal sales selling to I children a mother and of lumber last Saturday II I started to comply, the of the sponsors selectionof the Madison County were taken in his arm,
minors and B-GIRL f sister has a sister night marshall allegedly these two teams for grand juryindicteda it was disclosed.the .
activities. still hospitalized in Witnesses i struck; Mahamery on the local .
told police this year's classic. Both grocer and two Negroes
critical condition anda indictments "fo'l l lowed; : i ia
THE MARY ELIZABETH the victim became head several times with recently. .
emBroiled are capable of becoming. \
which operates a cock- father an invalid as pistol and blackjack.It raid last June.
in a heated suddenly explosive and a ; outgrowth of an Investigation -
tail lounge as well asthe the result of the Sept. argument t was also revealedthat Indicted were: Fred
.over the sum finenight's entertainment by State ; I'I
\ Fiesta night spot 24. fiery truck crash here. of a dollar-and-a-half: Mahamery was placedin for entire families is Beverage Department and -Torter, a white grocer
;also faces charges of The public fund was with Roosevelt Johnson. Alachua jail on drunk \ expected. Madison 1 : Sheriff Sim ;;uore. and Li go Webb of ';rr.n- ,
illegal practices. \ originally started by 55 whose last known and resisting arrest --.--. .. -----0: & vine and D. C. Williams J .
Long regarded as the Judge Drake and Mr. Smith. charges. His wife had '
was 3330 N. T. Fire Kills Girl Friend Or Accident II't
centers for Negro Constable J. R. Car? 48th Terrace. The fuss him released on a $10 ?

visitors the possibilityf michael. Deputy Constable started in front of bond the following day 3 Children 1 ,. ." -t /. .. r *x__ ft H

> their liquor facilities Edward Holt,'s supervisor Hart' Grocery Storeat and he was taken to a !...--. -
being curbed poses a dismal immediately sanctioned N. W. 32nd Ave. a doctor. He was later FORT MYERS -- While

prospect for the Deputy Holt's. working neighborhood hang-out. admitted to the hospital. their mother was in Lee

coming Orange Blosson football with the two people and During the argument County Jail and an older

attraction. t serving as Negro church Wyche is alleged to sister 'under whose care
The crack-down on the fund coordinator.Last have said he could. they had been placed

Sir John and The Mary week the STAR beat any old man., where- Meetings slated left thehouse for a
Elizabeth.observersBelieve suggested that all churches I upon Johnson walked away few minutes three small

carries a deeper organizations and individuals I and returned with a piece Rev. j. B. F. children died Monday
purpose. 'It is felt that wishing to aid. of lumber which he president Williams from a fire in thejr.
of the Jax
the real purpose behind I the survivors financially, applied to Johnson'shead Branch NAACP. home here. .
the raids is to discourage to send their funds and. .as one witness members of .the general The children. Henry Glen
racemixing.Dozens of either to Justice of the put it. 'bashed his. public-of two important Pringle. 3. Billy Dean
colored Peace Dorcas B. Drake .
brains '
nixed couples in. meetings slated for the Pringle. 3. find Betty
150 E. Main St. or to
women -- can be seen Police officers nearbywho coming week. Jean.Pringle. 11 months
nightly enjoying the Mr. Roy Smith Smith'sRestaurant,5625 heard the commotion On Monday night at' 8, children of Mrs. Uargl --- --

musical shows as wellas Phillips }i rushed to the scene and p.m., the executive" board, Davis Pringle. 35. were JULIUS II. JOHNSON. 24. of filf .Washington Street
Highway. Both Drake
: Judge
each other's affec- found that Wyche' meets in the organization'sSuite asleepwhen Mrs. Viola suffered an accident last Friday at 802 Florida
and Mr. Smith have already I friends had (Willie
tions. attacked 312 in the Masonic. ) Mitchell. 17. Avenue police stated.,
Eight other placeson acknowledged some Johnson whom they had Building. 410 Broad St. a sister left the house. Johnson said he and his girl friend. Martin A.

the beach and in contributions with_thank I on the ground giving. The regular Branch monthly Lee County Judge Elmer 'I Jackson. 21. of 653 Pippin Street got into an

the downtown. area are: you letters to the I a severe beating. meeting will be held Thurs-, 0. Friday Jr. acting argument at Florida Avenue and union Street and;"'

3 barged 'with counts.' sponsors. .1 The charge of aggravated' ., day night at 8 p.m. in St. coroner stated. "Froo she cut him on left arm. probabl/with a knife. :

ranging from lewdness ,( Editor's Note: ) Next ,3ssuit under'. which Stephen AMZ Church" the amount of stuff in* The doctor at Duval Medical Center said victim
Johnson the rooms, its could have fallen and got a laceration, police reports'
and' prostitution j }week! fuz.theF'relorts: ? of I was arrested Fifth and Davis sts. The obvious
lolita operation. t Saturday was changed to they suffocated 'before stated. -
? 1 1I run l drive). public is invited.
r murder after Wyche died .before the fire ever patrolmen D. L. Poston and P. W. Land investigated.i .

... got to them."

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NEWS t. :./.' ..;. ..'f'O";' '' ;: W 1
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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. .
) "Member of Associated Negro Press" f ,: 1;>\v' ?.X'piSCRltoiNAnON J WASHINGTON, D. C. ---- The answer to Soviet

: -' e propaganda about racial discrimination in the

;'"BUG" 0. .J SIMPSON" .' ................":..!........'.........-:.......Managing. : Editor United States is to tell the story -of progress

..ALYSON. .t WISE...................................................\...News Editor being made by racial minorities in this

HILDA WOpTEN" ..........................................Circulation I Manager country.
M .
: That was the suggestion given recently to
.QFF1CE & .
United States Information Agency workers by

2323 Moncrief Road.................+....*..:...... .Phone ELain 4-6782 John G. Feud executive director of the

.. President' Committee on Equal Employment
; ; Address : '
Mailing :
: Opportunity. Mr. Feud addressedthe
P. O.- Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida w :y{
:. U. S. I. A. Forum at the
; .
7 .. ''' 59OO N.W. 23RO. AVENUE agency office. '

..:'., MIAMI. FLA. NE.3.217.5 "We hear everyday that stories
.. f
,I f of racial discrimination in the .2
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES r. United States are the best. .
.t One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 the
.. propaganda weapon Communists
j ',' Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States : "
have Mr. Feild told the i
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: group.
'I FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA r 4 'Conversely the true story of1",- ,

1 progress being made by 'racial minorities is
i THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: L I r Misr the best weapon to offset such propaganda.

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs "I do not contend that racial discriminationdoes

a '. 2. Negro Road- Patrolmen not exist in this country. If that were

Ja 3. Negro Firemen true, there would be no need for agencies suchas

.,;-, 4. More Negro Police.....n Officers_. the President's Committee on Equal Employment -
s. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen Opportunity or the Civil Rights Com-

mission. There would be no call for such

organizations as the NAACP or CORE. There be

I no reason for the continued insistence by many

We ExtollOur HumanitariansOn people that additional legislation is neededin

w the field of civil rights.

., .. .. "The story of progress is the brightening
On Sunday afternoon, Sept. <24 at approximately .. picture of increased and increasing participation -

545 0' clock, the beginning :on one of the worst I by minorities in every part of American

single vehicle tragedies in the history of : life, an increase which accelerated with World

Florida and Duval County occurred at Lee and Your Weekly War 11 and has been stepped up year after year.

Bay streets. Six persons of a closely related "Most recently that story is the progress

family, numbering 20 persons and a friend of Horoscope GuideWHICH made at such plants as Lockheed Aircraft in

the families became involved in a horrible Marietta Ga. It is the improvement recorded '

incident when the truck carrying them to their ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR in a textile plant in South Carolina and a

homes from a visit to a former neighborhood \ BUSINESS'- LOVE TRAVEL tabacco plant' in North Carolina. It is the

overturned and became a flaming torch. Six of I change in policy of major manufacturers in

the riders were immediate fatalities and some By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER Tennessee and of, oil companies in Illinois. It

ten others were rushed to two local hospitalswith '. is the hiring of Negroes in hitherto closed

varying degrees or burns covering from ABIES lutely secure, in your not eligible, and you may job categories in New England. It is all of

25 to 80 percent of their bodies. Born. ..March.21 through April 20: position, early on the invite gossip and costly these---and the story is not one just cf token
Since that time, six others have died in the hiring or token advancement. Jt is a story of
the respite
16th. Use complications if defy
two hospitals in which they were confined. You will have to thinkfast you minority group people being hired in all
is (17th
that promised
the conventions (18th
Ages of the victims ranged from three monthsto and act even faster categories."It .
thru 19th) to find support It is deemed
from and 20th) .
in order to benefit
middle aged grandfather the victims. is hardly fair of me to stand here and
and reassurance. far from friendly, or
The victims all Negroes had very little the exceptionally benign tell you this is the story--and then not tell

insurance to cover costs of medical and aspects that favor you 860991245859VIRGO favorable to your financial you the names and exact locations of the plant I

funeral expenses. In some cases, their was on the 15th and early interests on the I'm talking ,about, but this is a matter of Committee
16th. Should you be Born Aug.\ 24 thru Sept. 23 22nd. You cannot take too
no insurance. policy at this point To single out
:neglectful in this respect You can win the respectof much excitement for your
However, the commendable efforts of Justiceof these particular firms might imperil chancesfor

the Peace Dorcas Drake, and Mr. Roy Smith, you are apt to run uP', allies and. rivals alike. health's sake (23rd) further progress, in these pjants an$ in

proprietor of Smith's Restaurant, 5625 PhilLips against real trouble and when you stand firmly behind 9-80-55-12-25-985 others like them. But it is a story which can

Highway, has resulted in the setting up I I opposition during the P.M. your convictions.You CAPRICORN and must be told in the months' come.

of a fund to aid the plight of these unfor- of the 16th. Your resourcefulness may! have occasion to Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 20 Last week I visited several plants on the
tunate people. As of Friday, Oct. 5, public and capa- consult your conscienceand Once you are thoroughly West Coast of firms which have developed whatwe

subscriptions turned in to Mrs. Drake and Mr, cities should prove rather you should not dis- convinced that your call 'Plans for Progress' in the field of

Smith have resulted in over $400 being turned handy in getting things regard its admonitions natural Inclinations to equal employment opportunity. In some of those

over to Mrs. Rachel Rice, a mother who lost under control (17th thru (17th thru 19th) It be thorough and prudentare plants I was informed that the rate of hiringof j

five children, a mother and sister, 19th).. seems to be your main" pro the ones best suitedto Negroes and Latin-Americans and Orientals !

It has also been learned that a certain numberof 9-70-66-18-78-976. tector against the added you, you are not so has stepped up from one in twenty to one in

individuals have been circulating throughout TAURUS temptations, difficultiesor likely to make the mistake tenand in some cases even more frequent."We .

the county collecting funds under the Bora .April 21 thru Marti. pecuniary losses that that are common with of the President's Committee on Equal

nefarious pretex of representing the victims., The best time of this are foreshadowed from 4he* those who plunge head- Employment, Opportunity will work with you of

quarter, during which 21st thru 23rd. long first and investi- the United States Information Agency in
The STAR wishes to record of
go on exposing
these you can follow the dictates 1-30-77-14-63-137 gate after. You are still developing the information needed for these

false representatives and urges anyone of your heart and LIBRA being subjected to pres- reports of what is happening jn the United ;J..
being contacted them .
by to.
# report the matter of acquired wisdom and Born sept. 24* thru Get 23 sure, from a friend or States today. As our program develops further
immediately to
the Duval County Sheriff
office to experience, would 'be the 'One of the secrets of wishful thinking, and there will be mqre and more to report on equal 3
or Jacksonville Police depart-
ment. 15th and early on the happiness is to know how you must simply refuseto opportunity in', this country, and we want to

We also wish to state. tha individuals and 16th. A patient and to take, life in stride succumb (22nd-23rd). help tell that story. -

determined effort to restore and to create contentment
organizations wishing to aid the survivors to 5-30-33-17-76-531
the balance may be within one's self. These
send cash checks orders to AQUARIUS
or money Justiceof ;
more effective on the are matters you can ponder Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 i io
the Peace Dorcas Drake, 150 East First St. "mod the
17th thru 19th. over, to your edification, strength
Jacksonville, Fla. or to Mr. Roy Smith, 5625 If you are one of the
Phillips Highway Jacksonville Fla. 2-6 8-13-97-268 on the 15th-16th. You may Aquarians who has been wil-

GEMINI find it necessary to lean ling to live and let live for
In the first few days, cash contributionssent life.
to aid the victims have been most Born Max 22 thru June 21 on*associates.. or to solicit now may be the time to con- your "
ro- ,ot
Don't be blinded by the the good services _. _'..
mising. However, much mord is needed toi sider taking up another
wonderful developmentsthat of a lovable friend, in
stand. This will enable
alleviate the shocking circumstances which ,
? are indicated to take
reorienting yourself in
presently prevails. those who have felt more
place on the 15th and amore promising direction
or less insecure, particularly .1 ,
We commend Duval Countians for the humanitarianmanner Ji
early 16th by exposing .
(22nd) in material I
in which
they, without urging, have
yourself to serious mon 729222891721s Co; create ,
come to the aid of their fellowmen. ways a I
etary losses. The unease ,oIi1'IoBorn' measure of security (15th

you nay feel prior to the Oct. 24 thru! y. 22 and early 16th).

MAYBE THEY DON'T HATE US!, 22nd-23rd may be foundedon real Should you have taken 2-90-77-13-34-297 4 .
your stand it is not PISCES

The indeed. The two days enough to leave things Bern Feb. 90 than Muck 20
Evening Post recently devotedan mentioned bring, up difficult -
editorial to the tremendous increase in at-that. You can make wonderful Your-morale requires a
matters that
air travel between this country and Europe. A may progress, and lift every now and then,

mere, 21 people made the trip in 1939- while test your sagacity. should take the receptivity and there could be no

635, 83 made it last year! Nowadays; the per- 4-50-44-15-29-454 of the persons better time to consultthe .
son with a two-week vacation can spend prac- af
CANCER concerned to who
express your person can fill
tically all of it abroad.
The Post then touched on the wider implicationof .B&m,. to* tt ife Wy. ft j, ,views succinctly' on the the bill (15th and early .1

this trend: "As more and more people beginto You ahem ,to have Only 15th(rand early 16th. Pull 16th) A crisis In the ,f fV.

take advantage of the new travel opportunities the 15th and,ear17. *16tb all ,the strings within world or in financial r.y

the impact of our changing vacation habit to create the right atmosphere your reach- to extricate circles.......may be a serious .'

is having interesting effects on the Americanway for happiness, yourself from impossible source of concern 16th P.M .,.-
of life. Already better with ,
acquaintance cooperation, and complete Situations (21st thru
,other countries has .y;
helped stimulate interest
in the teaching of foreign languages in public understanding. The' threatsto 23rd). 5-72-721 .. -

schools, created as a greater taste for foreign : associations -and person 3-10-99-16-53-319 I ,

nbws.books, furniture, sports cars wine. I *! happiness 'may. reach 'SAGITTARIUS.BorzuNoT. <
and so on. their -peak on the 22&d-
23 thru Doc. 21 .':- :
"Conceivably, also, the greater number of 23rd Profits should rise. Regular' Cleaning : >: f
Americans abroad could produce more interestby iou have 'aaaltlonaf9penincs ; Gives Rugs Life KEN KNIGHT .. '
6-70-22-49-81 to throw the i .
foreigners in us. If. as re orted. we are f .
hated abroad, citizens of the lands we visit t.EO, whole weight of your Just about every item of ..t .: I
Invite You To Listen To"KNIGHTTW
will have better opportunities to decide why Ben July 24 ifcro Aug. 23 personality behind equipment in the modern houses t -.-:-F;

they hate us. They might, even conclude that The brilliant outlook' activities that measure bold is intermittently subjected ;
to the cleaning and renewing .
they don.t hate us at all. 0
that seems to be with you up to your afibitlon and process by the energetic housewife -
In any event, anything that contributes in drapes, furniture appliances -
should not be allowed to
any way to closer relationships between peo- financial requirements utensils and of course '*-- Startk At 7:00 P. M. Nigktly1400

pies, with the better" understanding of problem blipd you against perr 15th and early 16th). it bedding and apparel.
allowed -
these items are
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t Family r ; Reunion; 1$ Hosted t By Jaxqns I Jerry Izzard i-I

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t 5) BtLOvE'cL 'Y .' Full honors were acJzzard-
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t Oct. 5 9. ring an
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Hellenesian members enjoyed a wonderful evening in thedome
im pre s l've e'remanyafter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller last Saturday. -
having :Vkrved for

bridge High scorers session included for the Mrs. r- I _. .t b vF a st' I 38 years w rW e United

S__ I States Governognt!
Claudia Jenkins Leona'Bennett I
Mrs. .. : 4 For his .ma rt.'y' ; years of
and Mrs. Kathyrn ?f '
F y outstanding4service .
Robinson. J
+ i Mr. Izzard fcas presented
t Following a delicious \ 4s
l f ys a certificate of honor
. past, prizes were awarded to from Postmaster"General

top place winners, along J. Edward Day from

with 'a consolation prize for 1 ,,, i -.t- I Floyd Brooker. -Jackson

Mrs Carolyn Washington. Miss : \; 1 ville's assistant po Williams i'S. ,
Margaret Mrs. Nana S Fletcher, Mrs. Vernal McCone,
6 presented with a &50
Mrs. Bernice Hamilton, Mrs. .
r check frojhis fello \
Geraldine Miss Bernice mrJpj .
Jones, : employees. '
mr.; ]W
Griffin Mrs. Evelyn Barnes -+
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,and were among otherparticipants I r'r '
oyes t Lmmed! I Mr
in the meeting. I GATHER FOR FAMILY EVENT --- A happy family reunion was observed recently *u Oie hose of Mr. an< Mrs Ben Izzard':unassuming, and

-. Tucker city under sponsotship of Mrs. Mamie K. Hawkins of Titusville. The main event was the cut- I, genial cliarj0 eristio

( ting of 'thethis cake which carried a motif of a family tree branched with the names of the heads of when he Go flared his

S :families. The sumptuous dinner was centered around, the .honoree Mrs. Mamie B. Kemp oldest living member : modesty as a".beautiful' '
A recent social event that proved both lively and enjoyable -
of the 'families. Seated from left: Mrs. Martha Patterson, city; Mrs. Luvenia powells West Palm Beach; : setting for the rine:-

was the birthday party given for .Mrs. Wilhel- Ethel Brooks Titusville; Mrs. Luther T. Kemp, Ormand; Mrs. Ben Tucker, hostess, and Mrs. Mamir K. of talent and' jzenius. "

mina MCIntosh in her home at' 2840 Jupitpr Avenue. Mr. ,Mrs.Hawkins, sponsor. Standing from left James Tucker and Walter S. Walters Fernandina; Joe Martin *r*. I The frierrS-went on to

Thomas Napier, host for the occasion' had thoughtfully Lorenzo Westly, Wrightsville, Ga. ; Joe B. Kemp Ormand; Miss Mary and James Westly, Macon Ga. and I add that Mr. istrard always -
surrounded the honoree with of her close friends t
many Titusville Mrs. Beatrice Kemy, Mrs. Mamie ki .
Luther Kemp Ormand. Others present were: James Hawkins, ; spoke 11y.
t, who were generous with tokens of good wishes. Grisby, Ormand; Hoyle and Pleasant Westly Wrightville Ga. ; Mrs. Charles Thomas Ben Tucker Arthur adding 'his modest

Among guests were Mrs. Frances King, Mrs. Mozelle pawls, Johnny B. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gordon, Mrs. Bessie Thompson Mrs. Rutha M. Sutton, Miss Wandai' was'the key 'which ut. -
AC eachan, Miss Edith Albury Eddie Bess, Frederick t
Sutton T. J. Tucker Mrs. Walter J. Waters, city; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph parlea NAB Cecil Field. locked the door, to io\*
{Graham. Alva Roy Dindo, Herbert ,Moses, Mrs. Ethel M.
( Photo By Baker ) and respect. !He *i
eldon Julius Guinyard W. F. Hicks -I
L Raymond Logan .' loved by his fellow
flston V. Hayes, Coniel Wilson, Miss Ruth Taylor Lloyd --- -'- -- '- workers and alsof" thr

'Comonon, Glenfon I. Levy, and Cecil Napier. i Hpmecom/ng ,]!Mt Moriah's patrons whoa he sferi d. "

Several of the guests were members of the crew ofjlfae Kindergarten ;I Stork'Ilehveries I In retirement;,:';$.! rIzzard .

S. S. Evangeline and hailed from Haiti. Naturally, Queen I Women's Day Joins .hi* k'tf: > .

f {they added much to atmosphere, of the party. Parents P-TA I Edna who isa nfctber. of

j 4 + a ,. t ; 1 Set For Oct. 22 Mt. Sinia' Baptist

Slate Program i f \ Church a g-d, .his twos
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r' SPECIAL. TO BRIDGE CLUBS: We are'still appealing BREWSTER t P The women of Mt. Mori ah '
at 3LP.. ..M. Lawrence and tH;. i r
r'l for funds for the COMMUNITY CHEST UNITED FUND Drive, Sunday AME Church at Oak and) families.* ,

and we would like to see your club Rs name included on The Kindergarten Counciland Mr. and Mrs. Ishmon Stonewall Streets have James B. Brooks, J. L,

the list of contributors. Teachers Council have Johnson, 2617 Wisteria ,completed plans for their: Lawson and Lloyd N.

slated an important pUb- Street, Boy. i annual \Yomen' s. Day obser- .' Pearson Sr.,. his retired

The Lincoln Golt and Country Club is in full swing lic meeting slated for Mitchell Mr. and ,Mrs.6360 Samuel Toni 1hLt'S vance scheduled for Oct. 22 I companions were presentto
witness the retirement
;again, now that summer vacations have ended for many. (Walkers Sunday at College 3:30 p.m.1822 at N. Avenue., Boy. Officers elected are: Mrs. cereaonv."

It was "like old, times' ; this past week end. Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Clara Jackson, chairman "If You don -.t sonic

' I Friday evening found Mrs. Lois Avery entertaining a Myrtle Avenue.for discussionwill Wright, 646 Lincoln Ct. (Mrs. Essie M. Dye, cq- the fountain' You C'il'tsee

+t OllY group, members of Les Elites Bridge Club. Subjects include "Health Girl.M chairman; Mrs. Odess Land the View.L. '

Miss Anna 2. Minatee won the top award in the bridg : r.' and Mrs. Otis .
-- N. Pearson Sr.fusfcegee --
Education "What Pa- I Mrs.! A.
secretary H.
rounds, followed by Mrs. Virginia and Mrs. Marie Glover
Gray ( 7958 Shirke Ave. ,
McClain. Present in addition to prizewinners were rents Expect. of Kinder- Twin Boy and Girl. : : i I I Thorpe, pastor fo'r the day.
,Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Alvenia Scriven, Mrs. gartens, "Eight Mis- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Departmental chairman: Prexy
takes Parents and Teachers '
(Johnnie M. Mitcehll, Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, Mrs. Ann Johnson 3814 Leonard ; ', Mrs. Alberta Reid, program Heads UNCF
Make/ What First Grade ----- J
:McIntosh and Mrs. Vermal McConex. Teachers Expect of Parents Circle, Boy. ': Miss Dianne Bell, ";Jiss I and Mrs. Carolyn C rswell,

a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mack current
jand Kindergarten Teachers, A&T" for the I co-chairman; Mrs. Arusha
1729 Harper St. Boy. year: will .
The West Fifth Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. and other subjects per- Mr. and Mrs. George academic homecoming festivitife reign Mingo, finance; Mrs. Etta NE,\ YORK-Dr, :- !t other 11.
over '
:Bennett.. provided the background: when, Miss Theora Leg- tinent to the. overall. Hall Rt. 9, Box 419 E. to be held at A&T College Cherry, decoration; Mrs. Foster, pr srdent of

gins entertained members of Entre Nous Bridge club program. Boy. during the October 14 Delores Jackson, music, Tuskegee Instute. bas:
Mesdames Bertha M. and
Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin weekend. She will speakat Mrs. Barbara J. Robinson, been elected Ella C. Jackson are.theprogram's College -
Mrs. Julia Hazzard Mrs. Aldonia Seabrooks, and Mrs. Blaylock, 1358 W. 15th halftime of- the ACCT publicity; Mrs. Mary; Neiley the Negra

Geraldine Milliard were guest players, with the latter sponsors. Street, Girl. Aggies-Maryland State youth; Mrs. Margaret. A. Fund. .:,).1... twas

winning the guest prize. Mrs. Doris G. Bennett Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence College football game to Butler, sponsors and ads; announced. ,
; :since
Charlotte Stewart, and Miss Lauretta. Jenkins were the Associate Dean Parsons 3917 Dent be played Saturday. "' Vice '
fortuanates among club members. L' .... I St., Boy. October 14, at Gr' 'nsboro. Mrs., Geneva B. Palmer 1938. Dr. Poater.suceeds ( -
Sunday School Mrs.! Oretha I Dr. Benj ..1'n..E.
The remainder of the Entre Nous roster consists of Mr. and Mrs. James ; .
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Mrs. Camilla Thompson, Mrs.; Ruth'Myers Miss Ruth M. .x ":":J' Benefield 4228 Homer Dugger, tags; :Mrss Estella ; Mays! ,' president

Broome, Mrs. Frances Johnson and Mrs. Elizabeth h '-.. ;,,, ,1-1,, Road, Girl. McDaniel, 'hospitality; !!rs. 'Morehouse College Atlanta -

Simmons. "- '/:',".. Mr. and Mrs.. James I Fisk Observes Elvira Willi a ms, steering; j as he d.of the
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-' ''iFloyd, 5273 Cleveland 'Mrs. Jessie flyers, ushers. II | '------- ---,- -
i ,i4! )t Jubilee
'. ,-,. : Road Boy. I Day Captains are: ;!rs. Mary I

It was an election meeting for Classie Lassies :::;.r Mr. and Mrs. ,Ernest I Shanks, Mrs. Clara Jackson

(Bridge Club, held Saturday in the Moncrief Road home ft' ;.,4r ,t'J Gibson B5434 Minosa Mrs. Lillie M. Jones. "rs. '
of Mrs. Joan Spaulding. Mrs. Alveta Allen is- the new Circle, Boy. NASHVILLE. Tenn.--One PAY

;,prexy. Mrs. Carolyn Washington qualified for the top A-,; j 1 1v Mr. and Mrs. Robert of the highest occasionof Margaret Rice. Mrs. Mercedes -

,award, and Mrs. Helen Toney placed second. Mrs. r Jackson, 5751 Benedict any school year at Granger "Irs. Cillie

Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Sara Wright Mrs. Juanita : : Road, Girl. \ Fisk University-- McCall, Mrs.! Arusln Mineo.Mrs. TWICE'S

Williams Mrs. Margaret Matbis. Mrs. Geneva Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jubilee Day has Mary Riggins. Mrs.

Mrs. Dorothy Oliver* and Mrs. Grace Sykes were among Johnson, 1739 W. 19th been observed )here in Henrietta B trnes Mrs Etta
,'other members present. C Street 'Boy ceremonies of solemn AS MUCH'and
I Cherry, Mrs. Marie Ousl(\)'.
.. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. .dignity'while 4ObO I

.. Garner, 128 Chelsea alumni in this countryand Mrs. Midelyn: Haynes, Mrs.A. .
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'FASHION NOTE, It might be wonderful to have the Street Girl. abroad noted in traditional | H. Thorpe, Mrs. Essie not get any

genuine, 'but fake furs"are mighty chic. ,They come in (MRS. PATRICIA RHARRIS Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah celebrations. 'M.; Dye and Mrs. Carolyn better relief

A an assortment of smart styles that seem to say, Real, HOWARD U's new associate Robinson, 56Q8 Silverda I The annual noonday Ca rswell.

or not real -- what's the difference?" < is 1 e. Boy, prayer, "We are especially -
dean of students Mrs. The youth captains ire
Mr. and Mrs. Willie grateful for
\ Patricia Roberts set Harris in ,,Wilson' 2956 Bethel nine roses of humanity, ''Misses Thomasina Conner, Stiff wfy
who has already
'Carrie Albright, Patricia
Ct., Girl. the original jubilee
motion the university'slatest I I Mr. and 'Mrs. Willie I Singers, prepared this !Bryant, Mozella Myers and
student personnel
Harris has Lowe, 718 Court F. year 'by Dr. Maynard P. Mrs. Bettye Bethea. The
plans. Mrs. '
Girl. t Turner, '34, presidentof \eY. D. B. Thorpe is past r.
,already formulated '
plans American Baptist
to change the character'f 1-__. '
extra-curricula Wedding Bells ; Theological Seminary, .
campus- was the means through A THEY AE GOOD't
Jactivity. Applications for Marriage which Fisk people every-
where joined in observing RoyaiCrownf 1 I

Tax ExemptionOn License. 'the 90th Jubi- Cola .". .i f-..
lee Day. I I-
Contribulons. Louis C Bowman, 1763 W. 6th' The day is marked by. ---- -- -- -

3t, 24 and Grace L. Nealy, 1763 Fisk graduates and former

\ The Board of Trusteesof 6th St, 22. students in memory of FREE ,
the Educational Founda Johnnie.. W. Kizer, Gen.' Del., the original Fisk Jubilee -

tion of the National Council Erin, Tenn.. 26 and Daisy L.ChappelL Singers, singers of

of Negro Women Inc. 1605 N. 6th Ave:' West Negro spirituals who Pick Up & Delivery ServicfeFOR
Point Ga. 33.
et in Washington D. C. toured this country and

on October 5, to hear Isaiah Alford 1259 Jefferson Europe before the turn .
: St, 18 and Louvenia Mungin, 534
'heir. General Counsel, of the century to raise .
i Union St.
Mrs. MarjorieMcKenzie* money in support of their ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS. < <
b.Her. James Deny, 1040 Remain St,
Lawson the fact school. Jubilee
Garvin 323% N. young
22 and Marie ,
that the Foundation has Myrtle Ave, 22. Hall the first per- CALLMerVon's 5 +. .
received a favorable 't menant building on the

mother or her sister? !ruling from the Bureau of Jefferson Feacher St W., 20 Watkins.and Juanita Jr 914 L. ". Pisk campus, is named Pharmacy

Internal Revenue on its Miller, 330 W. 1st St, Apt 5, for. the singers.
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR (tax, exemption application. 17. I I'

1 This 'inforn tion, which! Bernard D.' Stephens 8553 II I II 2735 W. Edgewood Ave.{ 'r .

Whether you want the excitement of a different eans that gifts made to Langford Rd. 18 and Almanda I Sometimes '_... $r.

hair shade or want to give new life to dull or the Foundation can be deducted Murphy, 1232 Odessa St, 19. ':BABY NEEDS A Phone ," :. ,' -,,
hair... '
gray inaiat on the long-lasting haircolor .'
by contributorsfrom Jos. Peterson 318 Nixon St. 23
in the famous red
'packageGodefroy'eLarieUse. 'their income tax and Vivian D, Watkins 1402 LAXATIVE TOOFor V ?
returns >
It's easy to apply, and complete in Ave.'24 nfl 5-1582 ;: .
was received with Evergreen .
one package-there's.nothing elae to buy. ... 60 yean, mother. bare relied 5 ,
:enthusiasa by the Trustees Wesley James Jr, 1469 Van ea fettle"BABY EASE."Pie- 59267I. ;

1 -18LOVCLYCOLORS : (Ifor it meant the realiza Buren St. 26 and Dotheria M. I sat tasting easy to dye liquid,rcf e>- '
.fft 1058 E. 7th St' 16. table-pure BABY EASE"brings; -*
(J tion of a dream held by Rainey '-
contort without binding. "JBABY D.HARRIS, RPH. PROP. \: '
I ,LARI6US.e' the late Mary McLeod John W. Butts 1245 Logan$t, EASE**"doe* not contain opkoei or .
Bethune Pounder and 20,and Marjorie A. Meeks, 3934 Cronf kxstirea. Ak TOW drams OPEN 8:00 AM. TO 11:00 PM :;
6odfroy Mfp.Comoany.3310. Ollv St.: .St.t '..Mo. Rd.
!" Moncrief. 18. aaeeial babies laxllivo. '
first President
of the f.BrABa "
,'., .. to' ational Warren Bowles 1007 HoganSt E.'' ,. 7 DAYS A WEEK -
r 'l.,:. '_..: ', -.- .,.." ',' ;: Women. Council Negro_ 18 and Nora L. Martin, 1108ftGrant n : :: 5 .5 '.', .' .
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"" ,......\.. '-t.. Holds, Session' Here Ocf. 17-22

I CHURCH NEWS _- ,, __- ,I :! The ushers and Layman Brotherhood. Unions of the ,East.

}.. p :11I Florida and Bethany Baptist Association, will convene
S ,:' : : Oct. 17-22 in joint session with the lit Sinai Baptist

I } f a' ;0 ,", >1 Church, of which the Rev. H. H. Robinson, is the pas-
u. "t ; tor at 1515 Lee Street.
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j r 2 J- -i : The groups will participate discuss the theme The

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Assurance of the
The Women's Evangelistic Guild of Shiloh Metropolitan : in the activities of
Baptist 'Church will sponsor its first benefit banquetin I r the parent body and the Believers in World Crisis.'

'the church cafeteria October 16 at 8 p... -4--- other auxiliairies begin- At 11 o'clock the Rev.B.H. .

A program will be presented.' "The role bf a good I S ning on Tuesday night, and Hartley and congrega-

I. missionary, -.-importance of'a good 'Evangelistic i A will officially present tion of Friendly Baptist

Guild In .the church will, be discussed by three. their program on Friday Church will be in charge.
speakers.. I morning, Oct. 20. The ushers will also

Robert Hartley and Sam present their annual
I 3J Davis will conduct the parade Sunday at 1:15. The

The Gospel Crusaders will be presented in a musical KZS opening services, and the .group will assemble at
recital Oct. 15 in the Holy Tabernacle Church of the Rev. J. C. Rogers of Mace- 8th and Davis Street at

Lord Jesus, 9th and Pearce Streets. donia Baptist Church will 12:45 p.m.Laura. "

The program is being sponsored by Benford Goldsmith
in the interest of the Willing Workers Club. I ; Speaks Sunday Street

At E&eneezerMethodist

The Steward Board of Simpson Methodist'Church will I-- $405---Mrs. Rachel Rice, (third from left) received initial contributionof truck crash Church' ',. <" -- ._--r PresbyterianChurch .
I the fiery-Sept. 24 S -I
donations following !
observe Stewards Day Oct. 29 at the church. of $405 as part of public five other i I NotesBY
I children, mother, sister,
which killed her entire family I r'r'I -
Speaker will be Harry L. Burney at 11 a.m. Special from left are: Justice .of the Peace I I r5-
music will be rendered by the choirs of the church. I relatives. Sponsors of fund-drive standing Phillips ,II'I L. N. ,PEARSON SR.
Restaurant 5625
The ,-"Steward of the Year" contest will terminate. The Dorcas B. Smith, proprietor of' Smith's I' .
I MrsRi2'? i employer and Deputy Constable Edward Holt, supervisor 'Come Into the House of
contestants' are George W. Califf and Otis Limbric. !
sent to Judge
contributions from Negro churches. Contributions are still being I the Lord with Thanksgiving,

.' Drake 150 East First St., Mr. Smith, and Constable Holt at Constable J. R. k and into his Courts with
I Carmichael's office 726 Liberty St. Jar on table holds monies given by Mr. Praise."

Holsey Chapel CME Church 1145 Franklin Street will Smith's customers. Sunday. Oct. 15 is Laymen -
(Royal Art studio photo) at Laura St.
observe the annual Women's Day Oct. 29. The Church of ; S fiij s Day
Presbyterian Church State
God will render service Oct. 15., .
and Laura sts. Instead of

First Baptist Mt.Mcriah Selects Negroes Increase :j: lr_ the regular sermon by the
i Franklin D.
pastor Rev.
Youth Committees Conversion To __ confined in
Wilson who is
Church located at
The women of Grant Memorial AME ,
Clay and Orange Streets will observe their annual' AnnouncesActivities I, chair- Catholicism In U.S.- Brewster Hospital for a
The Youth Program i few days J. B. Hargrave ,
observance Oct. 22witI. Mrs. Clara Albertie as I
man for Mt. Moriah s
general chairman, and Mrs. Mildred Scruggings as co- : FORT WORTH-There are executive
Women' Day observance ,
; Johnson
chairman. Many activities have been planned for the now 615,964 Negro Weldon
occasion, including the "Gay Ninety" tea to be I BY ROSA..L. COFfffi: Miss Rosetta that the Bonds following, announces Catholics in the United ....... Branch YMCA will be the
; States, according to a I Bishop Harris speaker.Mr. .
sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Scruggings and co-workers. .
1 will the
I persons appear on leading Negro magazine' Hargrave is a graduateof
S t Rev. C. B. Dailey pastor, 1. activities slate: published d here. Bishop Marquis Lafayette Knoxville College

is requesting that all Misses Annette Lane, Constance The article, by John Harris, newly elected Knoxville Tenn. He is
I choirs, usher boards, and Murry, Anita Carr,
Bishop of The Methodist and dynamic -
also eloquent
Howard Griffin, claims
The Champion Saving Club will observe its 9th anniversary -
congregation members, accom- t. josie Fossett, Newhill Church, of the Central speaker. All membersare
Oct. 22 fbm 4 to 6 p.m. in Brooks Prayer I that more than 11,000
him to Mt. Carmel Misses Eugenia
pany American jurisdiction, will be the asked to be president
House on-TYler Street near Kings Road. i Baptist Church Sunday at ; Crumady, Evelyn Presha, Negroes were
guest minister who will visitors and friends are
; Mrs. Henrietta Williams, president, has extended an I converted to Catholicism-
I in the j Misses
share Brown
to Mrs. Evelyn ,
3 p.m. preach at Ebenezer Methodist also asked to turn out and
in the past large-
invitation to all clubs and civic groups to join them of I year
anniversary observance Sandra Roberts, Joyce
Church, Clay and Ashley this man.
in this observance. The club with the largest attendance ly because "there are young
its pastor Rev. C. C. I Allen, Patricia Owens,
Streets, Sunday Oct. 15th The Senior Choir will
second-class Catholics -
in uniform will receive an award. A well prepared also no
public I and
Daniels. The Anita Anderson, .
at 11 a.m.Bishop serve the rites with C. E.
program has been prepared for the observance.
invited. Frances Scriven. Griffin adds that the Harris is a widely Simmons Jr. at the organ.
( Sunday School begins at The program is slated 728 Negro priests in known educator and pulpit- The choir will wear white
9:20 a.m. with superin' for 3:30 p.m. in the this country are twice eer who for the_last twenty robes. services will begin
tendent G. W. Scott and church auditorium, Sunday, eight year's served as o'clock.
The Lilac La4ies, of which Mrs. Georgianna Ford is in the number 10 years ago, promptly at 11
instructors charge. Women'sDay
the Oct. 15.
President of Philander at
at a time when the Society Sunday School begins
president, will observe their 10th anniversary Oct.15at -
The deacons of the church, chairman is Miss
Smith College of Little with T. V. Huger
8 p.m. in Varick Memorial AME Zion Church. will be" inn. charge of devotions Thomasina Connor. Co- for the Propaga- Rock Arkansas. He is now 9:30 a.m. ir harge.
tion of the Faith warned superintendent,
Appearing, on the program will be some of the city'siwell
the Misses
a chairmen I
are the Resident Bishop of the- efforts
known personalities. Among them will be Mrs. prior to morning and Emma that "any thought of a "The Lord Blesses
}!Ethel Davenport Bannister, Mrs Gussie Page Brooks, worship. Rev. C. B. Dailey Carrie Brown.Albright wide general conversionof Atlantic Coast Area, ,embracing not Wishes."

'!Deacon Solomon Timmons and William Ford Others will deliver the message Jean the Negroes to the t South Carolina,

appearing: on the program are: Mrs. Alvesta Williams, during the 11 a.m. service Catholic church is an Georgia and Florida. He isa

Mrs, Elsie T. Simpson, Mrs. Myrtle Hartley Miss Jurel Choir 3, the Brotherhood Second ,Baptist illusion until and I graduate of Clark College Plans Recital

; Wilson, Mrs. Mary, Nealy, Mrs. Lillie Anderson, Mrs. Chorus 1 will serve and Usher throughoutthe Board Sunday's Services American unless the Catholics.attitude of I holding and Boston the earned University degrees Sunday At

:Elsie Mae Thomas Mrs. Wilene Mitchell Miss Ronda day. Are AnnouncedRev. I B. A. frpm Clark M. A. and Mt. Sinai Church
,Mitchell, Mrs. Jessie Lee Dorsey and Mrs. Margaret. BTU will feature a short Anniversary fete I P. H. D. from Boston U. i,
,Grant. program beginning at 5:45 He has also the degree of
The offering will' be taken by Bill Coleman and Wallace p.m. with W. F. Tillman J. C. Sams, will Ends SundayThe Doctor of Law conferredupon Mrs. Edith Jones will be

I'Green. presiding. Rev. Dailey continue his series of services of him from Boston U. : presented in a musical re-
I. will deliver the final sermons based on "The closing and is author of several cital Oct. 15 in the

Slates Recital message of the day during Christian Church"' Sunday the 123rd. anniversary of books recognized over the auditorium of Mt. Sinai
evening services begin- morning. The minister will church and the I church which are widely Baptist Church at 7 p. m.
Sister Rosetta Cohen will Meets Sunday ning at 7 clock. be heard. at 11 and 7 0' eighth anniversary of the read. Noted as an outstanding The sponsoring group,
appear in a recital Sundayat cloak He will also review ,Rev. Robert H, Wilson as preacher .throughout the Junior Missionary
Asbury Methodist Church, All members of the Weekly ActivitiesThe the Sunday School pastor will be held Sunday I America as well as one Society under the leadership I

Rev. B. Johnson, pastor. I Royal Palm Club are lesson 'Growth in the beginning at 4 p.m. at of the greatest leaders in of Mrs. T. B. Lock-
urged to attend the meet- Male Chorus will Bethel Baptist Church.Rev. I
All singing groups are, meet Knowledge of God' civic and fraternal circle: wood has invited the public -
invited to take part on the ing to be held Sunday, for rehearsal Monday nightat services in A. B. Coleman pas- : Alabama is his native along with various I
program. The public is Oct. 15 at 3:30 p.m. in 8 o'clock. Regular Second Baptist for Sunday tor of Shiloh Metropolitan State coming from humble societies of the city.
the home of Sister : Tuesday night Prayer Meeting Baptist Church, will con- ;
'also invited to come out will began with the Sunday parents living fifteen Accompanying Mrs. Jones
and to enjoy the musicale. Evelyn Swain 1425 begins at 7 p.m. The School at 9:30 a.m. C. M. duct,the afternoon service. I. miles south of Tuskegee i will be members of the ,
Deacon S. W. Cohen will Lee Street. : pastor will conduct the Vaught and L. C. Chester At 7 p.m. the Music Department Institute where they were Missionary Society and

serve as master of Wednesday night Bible will be in charge.Cbnsecration of Bethel will inspired by Booker T. choir 2 of which she is I
1 Study( which starts at 7 musical.
present a At 8: ,
,ceremonies for the program for deacons, Washington. a member. Cass Shootes '
"which will be given for ,A COPY 10'clock.'The Boy Scouts deaconesses, ushers and 45 o'clock, the anni- During the twenty seven and Prof. Allen N. Green
meet Thursday at 6':30
I the benefit of the current choir will be held at 10: versary event closes years of his leadership at i will serve at the in-
in the church
j financial drive now being of theFLORIDA annex. 45 a.m.Morning. with an\after service Philander Smith College, i I struments. .

sponsored for First Born STAR Visitors are always, welcome worship at 11 a.m. conducted by Rev. C. A. he saw that College grow Other appearing are: Mrs.

Temple Church 825 W. to share in our At 3 p.m. the anniversary Weaver and the Rev. 1, from one of the very small Laura Harris, Mrs. Mary
'Monroe St. Elder A. Hill, : IN EVERY church services.nowit'sPepsi service, for the 12 dis- Richard Wilson of Day : schools of the Methodist Alice Cook Smith, will

F pastor, Rev. Inez B. I COLORED HOME tricts will be held. Rev. Spring and West Friendship 1 Church into one of the serve as narrator. Hostesses -

Johnson is program-sponsor. i W. C. Neal and the congregation Baptist Churches respec- ; leading institutions of are Camilla Jones,

I I of St. Thomas Bap- tively.Rev. : the denomination. The pub- Eva _Hall. Carolyn Limbric,
tist Church will be in ; Wilson is asking a i, lie is, invited to hear Ida Miller Heddie Mae

I charge. Baptist ,Training full attendance of Bethel' this great preacher and Williams Lola Romands

I Union will be held at members at each service. scholar.Rev. Thelma Green, Rosa Sturgisand
Visitors are welcome at Williams
r J. B. F. Evelyn Gates.
}, I .;,.. I p.m. all time. pastor. j

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12,000 first( quality shoes-Ride the .No. 4A Murray Hill bus to Normandy Cassat we are only a
FIJkL.t few steps from where you get off the bus-Your bus driver will give you'a Shoe Fair coupon good for 2

bus tokens when presented to our cashier on Saturday, Oct. 14, or Sunday, Oct. 15. No obligation to buy!

.P-S.' Your favorite radio personality Miss Johnnie Shaw, will be at the SHOE
I PAIR 2 to 5 p.m. SundayCome meet her-----She will give away 1 pair of shoes

every 30 minutes You may be the lucky one. .
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I .t t. IhI Off The ,. Block ": Mother Will Celebrate Midway "eaSfJ Sent 1 Acquitted In ,...:&,. I Classified' :

Me A Puppy Murder TrialMADISONDeliberating .

96th AnniversaryMother _
by "jay jay"If
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, 'Midway, the first FURNISHED ROOMS r HELP WANTED!.
p r' ". AME Church organized inthe ,' for only 30 minutes a -1 t YOUNG GIRL House work '
f state of Florida : .. circuit court jury Boos by Day, Night,' qrWeek.
1 you can' t beat them join them* I had to learn acquitted : Rates $1.03 t'o for 5 days weekly. :-
t I., that the hard way, I have given up my position as according to its pastor Mrs. Ernestine Call EL 4-8908 '
Rev. ', Tompkins 2.50..per night singlS
J. W. Jones will .v. of the slayingof _
president of the BTDYC (Beat the Damn Yankees Club). rft 'or tfonble. JOBNNIR'8'BOOBINO ;
celebrate its 96th anniversary her husband Lewis, 1
I am convinced that they are the champs. I- swear that I .. .
at 1456 Van BurenSt. ... with a shotgun last HOUSE. 710 Beet
I will not bet against them again.. 'I. will avoid all ; 'r" : CHRISTAIN LADY Settle ,
December 11.
on Oct. 23. Ashley. EL 5-4023,
'I( sentimental betting unless my 'brother is fighting_ ,. .tII't with health card and ref.
4. Floyd Patterson. Brother WillieGadson. ,- -- Work 2 days. Apply: 4327

t:, Oftimes I sort of wonder whether or not I am too far ,: is committees general chairman which have of Bailee's ModernHealth REPOSESSEDMODERN- ;, Longfell er Road.

'I to the left of center, s'my good friend Senator invited 3'BDRM HOMES I I
wellknown local
\ Ralph Maiiltsby says, when I take issues in regard to churches and to StudiosFor I Like New. Large lots. ,,.
groups CHILD CARE Live in.
certain subjects usually I wake tip and find myself all I Low Dn. Payment. Bal.
alone. I expect no aid or comfort from our local appear on the anniversary 1tBvoTtH: Men & Women Like Rent. PO'. 5.- 1 685 Call EL- 3-1251 Extention 30
program. The general pub-
politicians because they are too afraid of arousing ,the Wishing to Gain or Reduce t I
ire of Mr. Charlie or either because they can see no '.lie is cordially invited -, Little 4-year old Albert -. Weight HELP WANTEDHighClass DAYS WORK 2 days weekly. I
feathers to ,place in their own little cozy nests. John : to attend' all Louis Hendan's ,Spot Reducing-Spot Gaining Apply 1504 Market Street. I
'Q. Public, remains, quiet also. However, this past weekI functions.. happy world took a Weight Lifting Jttdo ; '. ,... t 1
The complete program private sleepin .
I received all types of comments in regard to the tid- 4 m sudden nosedive'into WANTEDBeauty
( will be published in the depths of despair PO 5-0290 jobs now waiting in N. _
bits I wrote concerning Brewster Hospital. Ninety-nine '
the Oct. 21 issue of last Tuesday when a 3018 N. Myrtle Ave. Y. City or Long Island for
'and.,nine-tenths of them were praising my stand. Thanks thve Florida Star. Open Daily 9 a.m.12'p.in.iSEAFOOD Operators & Barbers J f fare
dear readers but get up off ,of your you know whats and .. carless motorist struck ---'r maids; housekeepers and wanted to New Hollyf f
f fight seme of your own battles. ., and killed his young dog cooks with references
,.t Next week Elgin Baylor and company will invade Jack- in a hit-run incident. ; Weekly salary to $50 and wood Beauty Lounge 622 W. j I J
I sonville. The Lakers will meet the Chicago Packers at .' Shoe Fcrfr Star Albert lives with his Write: Ashley St. Call EL 4-9774. J
I! the Coliseum in official NBA basketball. Congrats to parents at 1129 W..13thSt. : up. ,Mr. Taylor; EL 3-3245 Mr. .
Since his loss, he CENTER Domestic, Box 444 j '
Jimmy Murdock. After a long struggle, he was finallycome I. S. Anderson. i
t has been grieving deeplyand Westbury., L I.., N. Y. [ .
up with a winner. Long before the courts ordered .: :
local sports arenas intergrated, Jimmy had intergrated r; merely pecks away at Myrtle!! Ayc, ond Atfani I L I
boxing matches and seating at. the Arena. He is a real. his food during meal and KOZY KORNER ,'

champ. ic1Tr lunch time. : Spanish 39' I SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE ;.
The Strand has, a masterpiece coming next week. Don* t F' If some kind person hasl..maIe WCKEREIL u. +.,
't miss '"The Hustler" starring,Jackie Gleason and ,Paul P.VDPV which they (For Weight Watchers) NOTIONS GIFTSLUNCHES .
Newman. All of you would be pool sharks should see this 1L..1 ,might be' willing to give Flip FtepROUNDERS, PATENT MEDICINES
'i:'. one. "David and Goliath" packed them in at the Ritz ) little Albert', rays of 39', I! Cor. 8th Davis EL 4.6531
; will I
t this week. sunshine once more '26th & Moncrief PO 5.9561

I' Yours truly and Johnnie Steward are planning to tale! } >, return to the youngster's RED CHANNEL I _. ____ __ ...:...
i out suit Gardner once happy world. t ,
a against J. "Nip Sams for 'breach 5.
1 Cab Co.
t of promise", and failure to pay just debts. Nip lost 'aI 4 1 BASS 39 Ebony
Mt. Moriah Selects It Lb.
bet to us in regard to the.,Hampton Institute-Morehouse _. i Announces New Rates .
..', foot all: game.\flTpaidJohnnie. _. and I a steak dinnpw t Youth Committees 3-5 Lb. Avf. 50c ZONES TO CITY FROM:
apiece wIfh' all of the trimmings. We' d planned to.i! ; ,
Mt. Moriah M. B. Church 10thSTRAIGHT Ribault Hts., Cleveland Hts., and New .Floridale
garnishes his nocturnal earnings. He!thot he had al WEEK
sucker" bet.'" F Rev. W. A.. Miles, Pastor.WeeklyActivities SpecialMEDIUM Extended Outbound from Spires to Division St.
5919 Moncrief Rd. Call PO 5.5547
What does .it take? Again I must Repeat the latest popular WOBS radio announcer .Choir 2 will rehearse ( MULLET -,
witticism of Charles Brown and E. J. "Lordy" Norman. will be one of Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. the I BYRD & SONS J
Just because EWC tramples a supposely good football the outstanding per- trustees are urging 1
team, which had defeated Bethune Cookman, the grand- -. sonalities appearing at every member to attend an I LB. 10C. FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICE '
stand quarterbacks began to discredit the victory.- Shoe Fair's free, gala important business meeting WE SELL All MAKES OF OIL and GAS
Could it not be possible that EWC has a good team? They open house party Sunday which begins at Smalt Additional Charpf HEATERS .
darn sure have. Coach Bell's Tigers blocked and 1 from 2-p.m. at the con- iftc Lb. for
7:30 p.m. Thursday. 'The<< DrtuinfSPECKLED We Also Clean and Repair ,
tackled hard Saturday night. The full house was very cern's Normandy at Cas-
iu encouraging.. The Kings Road school's football fortunes sat location. Miss Shaw Evening Choir will hold; SPECIAL-Magic Chef Gas Range-$129.95 & up
[/ are on the upswing. Coach Bell and his aides are delivering 1 will give away one pair their rehearsal periodon 1t (Terms) 3
'I the goods. What do you fans think about a of shoes every 30minutes Friday starting' at> TROUT FILL TANKS NOW and AVOID THE RUSH
I Bethune EWC hassle come the late days of the/season? : during the entire courseof 7:30 p.m. GENUINE 6334 Rtstlawn Dr. PO 495167MOTHER ,
z; Doc Graham is beginning to be known as the '"Brinks", the show. .
or "Guy Marvin of the blocks. He assumes protection 59C..ISH

i of every young lady and keeps all harm away from her 'We're Eager To Serve You Lb. : SPIRITUAL ADVISOR
'with the exception of Doc Graham.
The after-.school program of the Daval .County Schoolshas OteanviewPOTSii.35eWhole Service Every Thursday-8 p.m.

produced more outstanding football coaches and 1I jL I 432 W. UNION ST. EL 4-0269
students of the game than all of the varsity teams and i! CeRvi.
physical education classes combined. Fellows who did Red

:not see the games in college because they were elbow ; 4 59C'. IVORY'S BARBECUE
bending or gal hugging or who were just not the athletic vOJ Snapper '-6lt: & RESTAURANT
type, are all "coaches" in.Duval County Schoolsjand '
can they expostulate. Good thing they can talk I! Free Parking Space STEAKS, CHOPS, CHICKEN, SEAFOODS
that's the only way you can tell they, T J
> loud because
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of football. The
are connected with the he-man sport vz.
l I-kids should ask to see their scrapbooks. .
f J We did not go to Tampa but the reports have reached VISIT THE "77 SUNSET STRIP SUPPER CLUB
ttown. Ben purham jr. tells us that the beer people :LOCATED AT 408 N. W. 5TH. AVENUE GAINESVILLE,
had big spreads and that all of the "crabs" were i iI FLORIDA. Serving all kinds of food and set-up
I.,present and accounted for. A few escaped and found Open until for your convenience and recreation, live COMING SOON-COMING SOONCOMING SOON
their way across the bay to St. Petersburg where Dr. entertainment every Thursday night our place is New, The Fabulous New ''
IBob'" Swain and friends entertained. C. C. Richardson All new just for YOU, the club is under management ,
';slept thru the festivities we hear. x>f Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hodges former owners of the
i,,' If one of the "Hi-Hat Club" boys hits you, you canircertainly original Sunset Strip located 531 Kissimmee and CONTINENTALBOWLING '
;/ tell the cops his name. Members: of the Club Tallahassee. It is a membership club, fees are $1.00 a
'have their names on their jacket pockets. months, This entitles each member to a 10% discount on
Not only does a certain bar owner operate a place all purchases. The first Monday in every month there ,
\where everything goes and where laws. regarding legal will be free party" for members only. $ .50 covers.
ages for the sale of whickery are winked at, but he is charge for all guests. Our place is new and we would
paying no attention to the Federal Law and the ICC. The Like to serve all you fine people at our club. Under

i Bus< Station Bar is very much segregated and the owner the management of Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Hodges owner of The, .
'says it will stay that way. NOW Mr. Greyhound and Mr. Sunset Strip in Tallahassee Florida. .
Kennedy what are you all going to do about it? This '
same bar owner's place on Ashley Street is a menace to LANES

: all respectable citizens. Will it take a gang killingto 77 SUNSET STRIP :
wake people up. He only listens to the jingle of : :
his. cash registers. in Tact it is the same old story- i
,pollute and poison our section and go home to River- 408 NW' 5th Ave. 3118 Edgewood'Ave.

side or Southside and sleep in"',peace while we worry' GAINESVILLE
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I, _:'Giant-Killer: Bethune Topples. Morris Brown '12.811. 11

Bobby Frazier Orbits Victory Charged With ::1 rr

With 50-Yard Pass- To Wilkins ; Mail Box Theft i381-Pouhds i Defensive Terror /s, I

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_,_Frazier Displays GeneralshipDAYTONA BROOKSVILLJames g
McCauley 35, of this J. '

-- Coach Cy McClairen's community is being held (HEADED FOR GREATNESS --- One of the main reasons why
ffildcats'successfully played the-role of by Hernando County :
the Detroit Lions won seven of their last nine games
aturday night when they did the authorities after being
during their last half-season's play was credited to
impossible by lacing undefeated Morris w { allegedly caught attempting )
x to rob post office the sparkling defensive work of 381-pound tackle
Wolverines 12-8 in one of the most'stunning
of the current season. mail boxes lat Sunday Roger Brown. However Brown shaved off 12-pounds
''A aft ern 0 0 n', it was during his first week of training this year. According 'I

Bethune' s Wildcats will expected to 'have reported. 'to defensive Coach Les Bingaman, Brown 13 definitely
be seen in action here sound lacing, but Following reports of a headed for "greatness." .
.aturday night Oct.14 'an earlier number of robbery attempts /

at 8 stated Charles Martin, I ...
p.m. when they clash had t
!with the Benedict College charges were a Brooksville post office '-
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employe in the commercial
was officeas
Tigers in the Gator Bowl. Under his new
a "stakeout" which
Bethune's 'signal barker collegiate
Bobby Frazier' Wachula was pre arranged by .,
of strategy.
National Newspaper Publishers county authorities. ? I
master-minded the Wildcats Although
superlative offense via the supposedly State University's 1960 McCauley, according to ;tL r:' .. Atti' .'.'% 1-HMOJMF ,

air when they first hit by their Atlanta winner Wilma Rudolph with Hernando County SheriffSim t ".'If J eI; @ > .
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Award last w.eek. vThe. pre Lowman, was surprisedby
dirt in the second Daytonians --
pay "
annually for outstanding. Martin in the act of LL ,
quarter. King Davis of Clairen1. coaching .
Pompano Beach grabbed a to the letter, Louisville. Kentucky's Prank rObbing the boxes.
punt and raced 22 yards to score revealed [ opening convocation Martin chased McCauley ,' .
his 40 and fumbled. Alert through in flying 'land shot him .in the leg ". J rc'iat'CJLt.E.: 'LA.

Tommy Hold of the Cats to ,take .the "big (Photo By Clanton, Ill. ) _.- .-.-. _. ...- --
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bit the Wolverines Davis, on 23.the Frazier 10 and,,, 81 8 Yds.1st Downs ; '

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In the third period, the 2323_
'' for bringing one of their ,
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1 Wolverine's fullback City. For a number of Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels
: powerful -
A. and M. Rattlers here GENERAL AUTO REPAIR ,I I
Calvin (Bull) Thomas'jfumble 512 BROAD ST. 635'/ W. ASHLEYEL
which tackle/Pat/ 13th some Motor Tune-Up, Generator, Starter and
out, but the Wildcats
are 4.9493 EL 4.9105
panders recovered on thevisitor's I
loyal football fans in this Carburetor ServiceJ.
i{ 23. The first
play lost 11 yards. Then Relieves : to see another big W. HOUGABOOK, Mechanic FIESTA MOTELWe
when they meet Benedict Col-
razier faded back to his in the Gator Bowl at 8 p.m. 1361 Kings Road EL 4-3658 Cater To Discriminating Clientele
own 40 to pass and ap-
>arently being trapped REASONABLE RATES-DAY, WEEK or MONTHAll
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urled a spitaling pass at the helm done in \BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS
& forward to seeing some Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V
Ito Wilkins
on the 10. He
cored. The extra point Gridiron front with the La CONGA BEAUTY No Extra Cost
t Thousands'have found. reason that McClairen is not PARLORHAIR
ttempt from placement I PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS
aile d. soothing relief in his first season. No one STYLING-CUTTING-SCALP TREATMENT '
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ethune 12 Morris Brown 0 ever Mrs. Rosa Lee Sped I '
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Late in the third quar- Rheumanon f.E.S. furnish dome stiff opposition. 811 Davis EL 4.9530 JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE

er, Morris Brown got into Unlike other SEE a real hot battle between
;he game when End Simon of the game will have a ALL MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms
iubbard recovered a Holt was standing of both teams Week
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umble on a punt on the to help relieve .. Preparations are already SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HAIR and SCALP
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-CCC 41. With Thomas which maybe I who- will be there. H ad Coach 27 West Ashley St.
carrying the mail on most agonizing pains of p big' things from such stal- TREATMENT HAIR CUTTING and STYLINGMrs.

ccassions, the Wolverines I and Arthritis. Don I at quarterback, Robert Town- Catherine Brown, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS.

dvanced to Bethune's 3 I Don't go on guard; Pat Sanders, tack- 1427 Davis Street _,,.1 J EL 6-9901 _iTOBY'S
ind Quarterback John I you may ger such I a hard running back. x IMPERIAL SUNDRIES .... ....
)avis hit Hubbard with aumppass Stir"r WATERS COLLEGE appear to be
comforting relief BEAUTY PARLOR
in the end zone. Stir"r I early season victories over j Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll

he visitors picked a two manon. Ask your J Fort Valley, Georgia and Sa- Specializing In Styling Leading Hair Preparations
ore points when'Thomas for Rheumanon Georgia. Coach Bell and his
ran across with the ball. will bless the day real good job in whipping the CUTTING, PERMANENTS. SCALP TREATMENTMrs.
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but accept no hard rugged schedule. Robert Tobjtha Taylor, Prop.
ethune 12 Morris Brown 8 th' iis o-S bst-i done a real job in running PATRONIZE
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Rheumanon., and hard plunging'back have
Going into last Saturday -- balanced line. It is believed Star Advertisers

light' s contest with the ,.tlLY'S from the (Tigers this season STYLIST BEAUTY SALONHAIR .-. -, .-- -- ..
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vious' Saturday Coach Cy I loose by a team. This fact'
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The Best Quality Drugs .:. .' At %''Dr. C. E. I II. Jacksonville has been in the 4956 CLEVELAND RD. ....'.t............m..PO 4-9214 ., .-..-
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L PHARMACISTS TO SERVE the well remembered players Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts
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Enos (Country) Slaughter, .:State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432
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South Atlantic League. It FUNERAL HOMES \\i HOME COOKING
I ball players, but the day SOUTHERN

J has outgrown the league. Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS
the big time clasps now and EL 4-9583
I situation., It is time for 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

city. Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. : Bubba's Coffee Shop
nd adjacent 'counties
are over-
1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-6893
/ briqMensskiri the outlook of an AAA team. HOME COOKED FOODSMrs.

.. the fans had to go out and A Daisy Ford, Prop.
to make for
the fans look :
MAKES2ISKIH BLEACHES The fans have long since Carter's Funeral 1 Home OPEN 24 HOURS

to support, they will attend ; 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE 617: .West Ashley Street EL 4-9701
"OLD FASHIONED"Msnufadurtrs AAA team in the city is not. "
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put here. will'be the thing Is Sammie L. Davis, L.F.D. Manager John Springleton's' Place_

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I Elgin Bay I or& ""op-lJasketla1f'- Ocf. :17 PROFESSIONAL-

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., flays In Coliseum Tuesday ;1 Pro BasketballMakes I Floyd Defends

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Bow'Och 1.7'Two r Title Dec 4th BASKETBALL

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Basketball Association '
TORONTO---During a press
-the Los Angeles takers
1 t conference Tom
r e Tuesday
and the Chicago Packers-
will usher the professionaltype Bolan. president of (NBA)

brand of play into Championship Sports
'3 C 11 f ;' j Incorporated announced
the Coliseum here Tuesday 4
r e .t night.OOct. 17 in" the persons -< that World heavyweight
of some of the Champion Floyd Patterson
will defend his. title COliSEUM
greatest, former collegiate
stars now playingforpay.Heading' 1t r here Dec. 4 against Tom
McNeeley of Massachusettsin .
-the Lakers will : J
Canada's first
be Elgin Baylor, formerlyof
championship bout.
Seattle 0. who in TUESDAY
The fi'ght will be ,
tf three years as a pro, has
j' been,, unquestionably the televised in both OCT. 17
.... .. most countries with a
-; } .-rr-___ ---\.6.-:: spectacular player
blackout in a 100-mile
There is certainly more than one way to score two in'the game today.
I points as Elgin Baylor, the Los Angeles Laker's f BayloIh'9 has broken ra dil s of Toronto 8:30: P.M. GAME TIME
Bolan ;aid. Tickets will
fabulous 'All-pro demonstrates in this action shot, :almost every re cord'scoredby READYING FOR BUSY SEASON---Staff members of the be sold at a $50 top CLINIC-1 TO 8 P.M.

t ;from-a* recent Laker game_ He seems: to. be climbing : the incomparable George Multi-thousand dollar Continental Bowling Lanes, and will scale down to
over the back of Syracuse's Joe Roberts, to stuff Mikan, led his team from opening scheduled for Nov. 15 at 3118 Edgewood $10 he disclosed.
the ball down through the net. Actually Baylor had. the NBA cellar to the ,Avenue, are daily supervising a multitude of details LOS ANGELES
leaped that high and Roberts' backed under him in 'a championship finals in a prior to the facility's operation date. The photo-

'vain attempt'to block the incredible shot. Others single season. He is the grapher caught the staff completing the initial phaseof -

I 1 looking, on are Barney Gable (23), Rudy LaRusso fourth player in NBA setting up the league schedules. Members shown Advance Tickets J. LAKERS

(35), lArry_. Costello (21) and Frank Selvy (21). history to score 2,000 from left are: Fred Smith, maintaintance supervisor;
points in vs.CHICAGO.
a single season. i
Joe Hopkins, assistant manager; Taft Cummings
Fisk & Uncle Nephew He scored 71-points" in a manager; William Toney assistance manager and Bill Advance admission !
.$ 27-20 single game to become sole Terry, the organization's supervisor from Houston tickets for the Bethune-

I Win Over ComboST. possessor'of this singular Texas. The group left Friday of this week for Houston' Cookman Benedict Col-
'K.gee Court feat. At Seattle U. he I
,gained All-American honors to attend, administration- ..---- school.at the organ-. lege football classic i ,
for two zation s hoTad.'lanes in Houston' slated for Saturday ,
seasons winning
1 TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE sneak preview of Coach every All-American, most ( Roy l-Art Studio Photos ) Night. Oct. 14 here in I
I Ala.-Winning their first Norman Jackson's Cobra valuable player and All- I the Gator Bowl are now on I Featuring

1 game over Tuskegee in basketball ''team of Gibbs American honors in sight., sale at the Tourist and

I seven years Fisk University Junior College indicate Other- stars on the Lakers Id GoFcelti c'Why I Convention Bureau LAKERS
: Bulldogs eked Hemming Park Hollywood
roster such renowned
that he has one of the ?
out a 21-20 victory over Record Shop, Hampton's
players BAYLOR
as: Rudy ELGIN
Golden most prolific scoring duo fish won't bite is a problem \ 'Service
the Tigers in, an'SIAC tDo they solve the Station and
Tommy Hawkins Howard that regularly assails one ( problem?
thriller here in an uncle-nephew Jolliff Yes and no, depending Buster Ford's Restau
Wayne Yates Ray !out of every four men in the j upon
Saturday.I combination.L. 'United States time and circumstance. And rant. The tickets
Felix Jim Krebs Jerry according to.ata- I] may
i I t was Tuskegee's C.. Hollin and his West (Hot) Rod Huntley tistics. Those are the fellows \ perhaps it Is this "neverneverland" ,now be obtained at a
I who are out in search of atmosphere to the thing
second loss rithout a nephew Louis Edward Bobby Smith Bobby Sims and and fun fishing the waters sport of' that draws fishermen back considerable savings to

I I' win. Fisk now stands. Steward, are the two out- Sterling Forbes. this country, constantly seekIng I time and again to a quest that the purchaser. .
1-1. Coming from behind to find the answer. has no real solution..TOOTHACHE..
the Bulldogs standing cagers that ;
i managed a 15-12 half- junior college basketball "'"
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out Tuskegee scoring about. .3 .
r threats and went on to Coach Jackson got halfa I __ .J
register the game'sdeciding \\ ti \ -v
sixpointermi season's duty out of L. 1 1 JERRY WEST
C. ,Hollin and he aided in r a
day the third
period when Junior the. drive that gave the I

Fullback Joe Belli scoredon Cobras that century scorin 1 I.
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sent Fisk ahead 21-12.
team offense among 165
The winning touchdown
t members of the NJCAA. and, 1
was set-up when Fisk i
'recovered the second consecutive
a Tuskegee
fumble on ,the Golden Ocala-Hampton Invitational

Tiger 20. tournament. It was in the !' .

final game of the tournament 'I j i

that Hollin scored 31 ; FRANK SELVY

,r I Science Briefs poipts to pace the Cobras k J RAY FELIX
to a record breaking 123-

Heavy Eaters' 65 victory over McCoy Air E r, HOT ROD
The American con #
sumed average 1,500 pounds of rood in Base of Orlando Fla. HUNDLEY

,, 1960, the U.S doverment esti Hillin influenced his -*' /Jf1A >O w / mi <\ -- A and others
mates That's a little over four j many
to to Gibbs
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Pkoae EL 4-7&. For Appointment I FOES ARE PREPARED FOR BIG CLASH --- Bethune Cookman's Wildcats and the opposing Benedict College Tigers ,

'. from Columbia, S. C. should furnish one of the better-type football games witnessed here in many years.

: While neither team is nationally' eated. they're both noted for a rough'nready type of play which is .r

-----p.-: : usually a crowd thriller. Sponsors for this years Saturday night extravangza in the Gator Bowl have gone COB LEONARD

'all-out to add additional pre-game and halftime entertainment features. A varied and Interesting program -
( is promised the entire family. Advance admission tickets are now on sale at the Tourist & Conven-

: :>;/ tion Bureau, Hemming Park; Buster Ford's. Hampton's Service Station and the Hollywood Record Shop. NDY JOHNSON

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who were in the Magic City for the Eastern Cosmetics Manufacturers' Association and were onaIAMPAGNE SIP*-'-Gathered around the champagne fountain' a toast to good health are Mesdames
hand for the Cocktail Sip held on the patio of the Hampton House last Sunday are seen in photos -
Cumi Brown, Miami; 'Pearl Jolly, West Palm Beach; Velma Bell Jackson, Jackson, Miss. ; Robert
'on_ this page. In the photo above, standing from left are Mesdames Louise B. Riley, Mildred Lockett Phila. ; and Mrs. Estelle Harris. Miami: '
Monroe Ella, Monctr* Louise R. Chapman, St. Louis, Mo. ; Marion .Muldrow. regional president .
the association; Anna B. Ward, Katie Whickham and Dr. Elmer A. Ward who addressed the group.

Seated. are Emanuel M.' Thompson. with Ifesdames Nellie Gillard andMarth. Elder. ,',

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4 influence of Do f-
fx x sey's new PTA President
I Willie Scott was ably ..
demonstrated at the
second meeting of this

school year, last Monday i
JEcirw2 night, Oct. 9.
More than 300 parents
and patrons attendedthe
meeting which was
highlighted by the
4 / rendition of several
ps numbers by the Dorsey
; ( Band. The young group

gave promise of beinga 1tW-. ti 1 C .
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top notch Junior High t, r '
: _; __ ; Band Monday night week {YA

r the selections, 'TheWesterners'
.L fr expertsfrom w
the Broadway musical .

"Mr. Wonderful"' and 'TheAmerican"Legion' RELAXING-: Pausing for a moment of relaxation during tne Champagne Sip, in the

;;: almost a march, lobby of the Hampton' House are Miami beauty shop owners, Mrs. .Louise. I.
done in an professional
air. Riley, Mrs. Rosa Bryant and-Mrs. Lucille Moore.

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EXALTED---W. 0. Perry prominent Miami.businessman' and State Exalted Ruler of the a .. ,
Elks is seen drinking a toast with a beyy' beauticians and guests. The scintillating The Friendship Garden and Civic Club got off to. an a room in Christian.Hospital.

well-known lady at Miami his right With the big beautIful eye is Mrs. Mildred Williams, a excellent start under the adept leadership of it j t 4 .

beautician. new president, Mrs. Iona H. Dukes. Mrs. Dukes is They're still talking about the one hour PTA meet 1-g'
(Florida Star Photos by Adams) graduate of New York University with a Master's | at Dorsey Jr. High School Monday night, Oct. 9. Willie
N fa. Degree in Art and at the present time is teaching Scott, president and E. K. Lockhart, principal sparkedthe
at Phyllis Wheatley, J. W. Johnson and Lillie C. meeting along with some of the group's outstanding
I Evans elementary schools. The president plans to members.

iI iY ib t tI see that the club achieves great success with its j .
) tI I program for the year. Projects ininiated, for the t
I year are: Interior Decorating, Flower Show, Gardening The B&P Club meets regularly the YMCA building the .N".
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I I working with hospitals and civic organizations. : second and fourth Tuesdays at 8 ,p.m. October is : :<(;.
I The financial projects for the year will be a Harvest membership month, so plan to attend the next meeting rl '., .
; Tea for the third Sunday in November at the home of I on Oct. 10. ji;
I II" Mrs. Lucile Reed. Any organization needing the ser J
II vices of the club may feel free to write dV call the 1 ;,%a.-;
IJ II I president.The : .': ;.

officers for the club are: president Mrs. lona ,It is expected that a record turnout will attend the ..':t.
J II H. Dukes; first vice president, ,Mrs. Annie M. Twine; ; 'annual Daughters, cf the Elks annual Coffee and Style ', '.
1 w b a 3 Iv I second vice president, Mrs. Marjorie Wolfe secretary, i Show on Sunday, Oct. 22 at the Mary Elizabeth Hotehr 3-.J

'Miss Mable Barlow; reporters, Mesdames Ertha Styles I A number- of the outstanding modeling talent have' .- -
I and Amand Franklin, treasurer, Mrs. Lucile Reed. already volunteered to model the latest in4all
.*. and winter creations. Tickets, modestly priced, are
t jo ,The Royal Twenty Club met last Sunday in. the Richmond I already available. Daughter Amelia Shavers is expecting
Heights'home of Mrs. Rosa Hall where plans were outlined 50 guests and so is Daughter Ann Bryant.
I for the Harvest Tea to be held on the second I
Sunday in November. Mrs. Hall proved herself a charming
Lt Z L i hostess, serving a delightful repast at the conclusion Friends are most happy to learn that Miss Betty Bullard
of the business session. .has recovered from a brief illness and has returned
r r The club--of which Mrs. Anna Dunn is president--will tp classes at Suniight Beauty School. Among returnees '
culminate its annual projectwith the tea affair, and qre many students who were away for the summer. Every-;
this year's project will be announced at a later 4ne is looking forward to the annual Prom slated for
-date. Last year's project for' the Royal Twenty was .Nov. 10 at Harlem Square Ballroom. -


'MIAMI GROUP---Some' of the Miamians who played host ta the trade show visitorsare e

I seen ere.-. .from left Mrs. Ella Stone Jenkins Mrs Marion Muldrow D. W.
Julius, prominent beauty school operator Mrs, Ella Moncur Mrs. Mildred B. Shel-
ton and Mrs ,Coretha C. Phillips.
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199 ON PACE 7 IntermentEvergreen George Bethel 1891
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ServicesChurch of ':1 I
: 'STONE'S FUNERAL HOME the Incarnation HAPPY ll'lHDAY---The photo above shows aove 1 of the yore.tens'. who were Mr attendance 'the-6th birthday

4 V : 'William Henry Meeks IntermentEvergreen. party of Harold L. Braynon. Jr., son of Atty. and Irs. Harold Braynon, held in the hove of the" youflghoBoree.'s.arafidpareats _

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GUNfiSVILLE --- The annual ffoaea' s Day prograa at Ht. I OetoJber Slate

Car 4 Baptist Church will be observed S&day Oct. 22 .' '
I throughout the day with we11'progred sorning afternoon z : :, NEW YORK -- The student

and evening services, Mrs. Christine Cato prograa -i % : choirs of Livingstone.

chainan announced. She stated that ,the entire prograa_ : Paine St. Paul s and Clark

Wil1 ,be published' here in the very near future. Colleges and Virginia Union

.University will be heard
Waldo School NwtGAINESVILLEHubert
News, during October on the ABC

L. V. Davis, prominent Radio Network series 'Ne-

Florida educator and Warren 'Wlngate of 415 'gro College Choirs." The

Lincoln.High School instructor NW Fifth Avenue, City, weekly "program feature
who is also received the -11ru- 4 choral
$4,000 medi- groups of the member
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nationally known in agri- cal scholarship from the wW uTI. r institutions of the United
culture circles, will be Florida Medical As, NEW MEMBERS to Join the faculty a d sdalnl strati ve staff ot tiibbs Junior College -- St. Peter burg tiira-
the main speaker during seCiatim.'i '01- fall include a retired Airforce Major, a textbook author and others who have already distinguished them- Negro College Fund.

Corning worship services Hubert recently .fin- selves' as college instructors. Mrs. Thompson, (left) is a recent member of the institution's administra The month's broadcasts are

Sunday, Oct. 22 when the shed two years at' .tire staff. Wellknown throughout the Northeast Florida area is Major Alvin Downing, (USAF) Ret. who scheduled as follows:

men of Philadelphia Baptist Graduate School of attended Stanton 'in Jar before going on to; receive his Bachelor's in Music from PAMU and Masters"in

Church observe their 'Howard University, Music from Catholic University. Dr. Downing was an 18-year veteran with the Airforce. A native of Tampa St. Paul's College.

annual Men' a Day program. Washington, D. C. He Hiss Mary R. Perrin is a Social Studies specialist. She was a former instructor at Prarie View! College, Lawrenceville. Va. Oct.

This event gets underway began his classesyfin received a Bachelor' Degree in History from Teachers College, Columbia and has engaged in advanced 15; Clark College. Atlanta

promptly at 11:30 a. m. medical school.. Sept; study. Miss Hester Warner Price is co-author of the soon to be published textbook, "Principles of Adver- Oct. 22: Virginia Union

Other program, participants 14th. tising.9' Also a Florida. native, she attended high school in Lakeland, has a Bachelor's Degree in University Richmond Va. ,

will include Rev.E. CoBBerce! from North Carolina- College and her Master's in Business from Boston University. She has taughtat Oct. 29.
H. Johnson who will St. Paul's Lawfenceville.
deliver the message during Shady Grove P. B. Church I ( Gibbs Public Relations Photos ) The programs originate in

the afternoon program Rev. R. J. Gainous Pastor I.. -..-- in New York City. The dates
slated for 3: 30 p.m.. Deacon I listed are for WABC-N.Y
The church's 49th anniversary WHEN AMERICA / ATTENTION READERS
A. F. Robinson presi-
(Sundays 730-7:55; a.m.)
dent, who will featurethe and the 60th :4f.ciJOUN Please Bring or Send Your other ABC affili-
BIO beginning of the pastor is being __ SPEAKS
observed this week. Church News, Club Notices & AnnoUDCeD1 ated stations carry "Negro
at 5:30 Pnu Collins. W.
'" Monday night Rev. E. To The FLORIDA STAR College Choirs" invvarying
Duncan, wellknown local WHO WILL LISTEN?
Brown was in charge. days at different hours
mortician will be1 principal The hpst choir was accompanied DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS
speaker during evening To be a world influence cui- Check local newspaper
by Frankie
services starting at 7: 30 Ayer, pianist. turally,spiritually and scientifically TUESDAY at NOON listings for air-time in
.I l requires that our .
p. m. Tuesday night's ser- future citizens be well edu- FLORIDA STAR your
Sunday School begin vices were directed by cated.
promptly at 10 a.m. Deacons Rev. L. E. Sumes* pas- 2323 Moncrief- -Rd. Corner 13th Street
Lewis Buckley and tor, and the congregationof T-------------.
Willie Mitchell are St. Paul CME Church. ,-- -- .
chairman and co-chairman Wednesday night Rev. i DUE, Indianapolis, atm

of the annual event. Rev.J. H. Kinsey and congrega- 'Ind. has returned to JULIA

H. Phillips is pastor. tion of Mt. Olive, Primi- Florida A&M University C '
Friends and the general where he is a Junior law
tive Baptist Church
I 9:30 to 9 Men. "d.
cordially Invited major. Due was employed,
public are
supervised services. '
; 9:30 to $:30 Tutt.,
to share in the day- -last summer,' by the United
Thursday night's program Wed.. Thurt. fr St.Rtstaurant .
long program. : States Department. of ,Labor
was presented by the Optus Daily
in the office of the so-
United Church Women, at 1:00 A.M.
Bartley Temple Methodist Mrs. Elzora Gill, presi- I I :licitor where he assistedon I .... .1 I
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Church Rev. Damon Dell, dent. Mrs.. Pearl Hurstwas problems related to : T114"L. ,
Fair 'Labor Standards'Act.
Pastor .the
program chairman.
Mrs. S. C. Price is director The department' has a y
Services last Sunday were "t7 f ing program under ofSav
of the literary $
as follows : Sunday School program slated for ,which it employs-, for the ., } q
summer ,
10 a.m. ; Morning worship, Friday night. Saturday thetop law
11 a.m.- Evening worship, students in accreditedlaw .
night barbeque,
pea- I ... .
7 p.m. Rev. Damon Dell, I nuts ice cream and school who are interested !
pastor Jin charge. other goodies will be ip legal careers :'':

The junior Choir ITnd Jun:'1 so Id'on the church .i n. labor law.Graduate.

lor Ushers were in charge premises. i

4 throughout the day.: QI'.the Sunday's order of ser- G fs.10,000 J'-
j >
: fifth Sunday.the, WSC vices will feature the

S pain a rally for benefitof anniversary program set '$. Grant t ,.. :c
a worthy cause. Friends for3 p.m. with Rev.
TALLAHASSEE -- Florida : 1 &* 'S "X" *\
: and the public are being F.' C. Cruel of jacksonville A&M, University pharmacy aptheiSavingslwimiSpeciaiiyoli. iffl ery Departiiient'
requested to come out and 1 scheduled to 'v c 3 v/ rx t'i ji *'*?
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deliver the main graduate has been awarded ::
help put over this worthy sermon. "T6WT.: ::
: .project. Mrs. S. C. .Price will a $10,000 scholarship to .a

ftev. Brooks will deliver: j I give the history of the study medicine at the ''I. Floral' t :

the sermon. Everyone is church. Members are expected of London. .
University The
urged to hear this man of t' to pay, their assessments announcement was made by of the WeePanties\ ; 1 1 .Centerpieces I

God. He is the father of Jointly with tbe DaJ
M. D. Jenkins, acting 'dean '
Mrs. Daisy Watson of this auxiliaries' re- *
r I I port. of the A&M school of 57
city. i | i
Church members hope to begin I At 8 p.m. the Simmons pharmacy. : ;

construction of a new Sisters will present a Lather Donaldson of .

church dining room in the musicale sponsored by Nassau, Bahamas, a 1959 4 Ti ......
) Reg.$1.99Have
near future. This is a i Mrs. F. D. Shannon. graduate of Florida A&M : f ..rr : I

much sorely needed facility. The public is welcome. Pt ,, :
Admissionoffering.AAD is the recipient of a five- :1 .. the' warmth and
.% \ Jl rn of ,
scholar professional
year government \
Confined to 'her home i OF THANKS 1L '
I'I' with illness is Mrs. T. ship to study medicine at L 'ifl arrangements the 1.
: ,
Ie, the family of the ? A # yedr round. Many as : .
I. Williams the University of London ,
Mrs. Ida *' sorted
late John Henry Cromwell \ <
Trapp Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Oxford; England. Donaldson
I wish to thank our many with life-like long-lasting :..
Alexander and Mrs. Willie will receive a stipend of (
plastic flowers.
friends for their
many I f;"
I Sallet. Visitors are always I ,
kind $2,000 for five
gestures during our' per year "
welcome at Bartley ..' ,, ., ....J :
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bereavement. ,
Thank all '
Temple. of years. He began his studiesat k ': _,' "":,,/,/:'::@N,,/."' '-:; ,<<.'"y ,'," '"; <. I
you for your prayers, '
University of London ii. 7 '
calls, visits, cards, \ p0ckogeOt
Personal Mention in
I t _. flowers, food, the use1 September.

'L Mrs. Amy M. Hurst Mrs. of your cars and other Donaldson was a very out- t Lw v tncOtp0 l..lies $ I 57e.ery I/
1 [sincere expressions. Iealso standing student during ; daintY : sa.ing ar
Ions Thompson and Mrs. M. ,his tenure at and delicale
thank our pastor, FAMU in.7 a"racll.e 1'.
Newberry of Newberry, Fla. r i- week In an 3 ,
Rev. C. J. Johnson for graduated with distinction.He \ day of the wilh.W "'"
recent guests of Mrs. : embroidered
the consoling eulogy. and was a fellow of the Each panty

L. H.Stroble evening. last Thursday Bothers. the program.who appeared Thanks also on American Foundation for i.i:. lhe package.day of weekl$%es: Small.medium Reg. $1.99

,, We are pleased to learn Pharmaceutical Education, '
.to the Duncan Brothers
that Mrs. Marie E. Benson for their efficient ser. having received his scholarship 48 Assorted sized

and Mrs. Josephine Scott ones of $200 in February
vice. God bless each :
are very much improved. of l and I Hair Rollers
you; \ 1958 again during both -
it rs. I. H. Stroble ,.reporter Mrs. Elizabeth Cromwell, semesters of the 1958-59 Girls'

wife, pother; sisters,, academic year. Cotton.rtoid Soft, flexible plastic,

brothers sand other .uiirdZ cla.t- Woven magnetic rollers for 7 "

I relatives. easy set. 48 assorted 1-
) Dresses sizes. Specially! priced

for easy-savings. Reg.$J.00

;1 $157Re '.

t % F'J ;

ki; ,. $;.88

1 ( ; :_\4 Sizes 3-6x and 7-14

'itr :- ;:;' ; Plaids! Plaids!

: plodsltctestmostj. !
-. fashionable styles. They 1

: _i' come in "FamousName"
:L fabrics .
7 captivating colors .

they have flattering
.4it -
foil skirts, wonderfully-
practical wide hems. Soft cuddly loveable I
Every one washable
\ Pajama Bags ,

-,.- A wide assortment of cute
animals for tots and teens.

I Keeps pajamas tidy and $ 44
handy. Helps develop neat
--- habits. Add a smart touch to .
TUB OUT-:-When Mr*. Alice .Dwaigaa, adacatioaaT oonseltaatr: to the President's the bedroom.i '

)_ittee.OB Jgqual EdeottiOMl Opportraitles appeared M mLa speaker_. at BetfcelAM ,-
; Chart, IB Miami ate was- eatertaiaed at Hatptce Boose by Brie 0. Sfepeoa.

Florida fttar *.It.'..... ,at .Jeft with.Mrs: Dual.*, a former newspaper '.....
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