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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
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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:
November 4, 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

Record Information

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
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Preceded by:
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the pocket of her ouso.f Langley, Inc "i andsI C ;
knocked on the front .. ; I 1 .z I, ..
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grandson, answered the : William B. Langley owner of Fbony Cabs who was virtually forced
.,.. '.Ebony Cabs. Lincoln and .
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of the men I. -f ; 'New l out of business this week when Circuit Judge Roger Waybright ordered his cabs off
headed by Marion
I ,pointed a gun at her'and : .' at he inspected a bullet hole
: the streets of Jacksonville city is seen right as
told her"'to unlock the ,', .. : I ;Marvin'Langley filed cited+suit for contempt to have ifi'hot in one of the cabs last April by a cab inspector. Langley said .. 'they' ve
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,;, .;ii'tr. 'for failing .to cease; any Jbeen trying to get at us. from the time we started." ,
Mrs. Wilson complied, and -
.'the.m tie .' .. r: .kyjpejjf,.opt f s tton ,in l,the Comes 25 Years
V nupon. .cntering "I.," -Appointment Shaw Seeks
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i i a holdup. < contempt paralyzing citation injunction and* After His First Legal Case 'I School Pest il
: were
j Concerned with the safety i j
l'l of the child, Mrs. Wilson ,! i"brought Ain against' Langley* NEWYORK Thurgood Marshall, former directorcounselof I

reached inside her brassiere i :; 'f! and Ebony Cabs r 'Fund,
i .'.. L the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational was
i and. gave_the men_ $20. Langley 'who is appealing. recently sworn in as a federal judge in the Court of

f j Became Infuriated: | e* the Injunction ruling said Appeals for the Second Circuit.:
J.0HN AESLE ,_hA i ; "this is only a temporary:
As changed hands _
i money The swearing in was administered -
|t.J Gus Hogan 32, of 1662 NW. '. I, :u.f' d Murder_ II'lts | victory for Marvin. Her in a special r Coroner's Jury i Li 'J'i

lid Avenue entered the ,saw the situation as an. Frees Jaxon
4 ... session of the Court at i ,
;house," .when told that it eX i.Wpleof .poeer: PO1i1tlC? I Foley Square in New York .-.-f' .' I
: *: holdup. reached :an,d the; big dt>g eats (: )i i ;
.was a Hogan 'City. The courtroom '*as ,. J','
1 slowly for his wallet. Ho- little pattern, that permits' jammed to capacity with I I r i. .'I

gan' s, slow action infuriated .. !\; {big COrp rations... to,. squeeze.isnrali.er longtime< friends, dignitaries a (

i one on the robbers I'' ; "f.frms- .out o r. and other well- \I 1 1I

',who then struck Hogan' with ;bu siness. wishers. ; I

his gun. Still aware of the a Judge Marshall's appoint- ATTY LEADER SHAW JR.

danger to the child, Mrs. (: t It'f: !South i Opposes; ment to the federal bench Y .In Tuesday' s Race. .

Wilson pleaded with : '-
Hogan came twenty-five years to I d"I

to hold his temper. The men 1 ICC Ruling :.the month after he began'. t Attorney Leander J. Shaw

i took; $195. frpja, Hqgan. ,-- .. his career in the legal FONZIE CARSWELL Jr. will be one of the
.' R e fuses Demands we WASHINGTON The federal work of the NAACP. Freed By Ruling 15 candidates seeking one

I It- wis -about' this time. '' ;ruling banning' segregation. Among the dignitaries who* 9" of the three-man Duval
2 u
tin t1l Jin interstate
b Fonzle
that Mrs. Dun "way.: a close travel .attended the ceremony were Carswell, 38yearold School Board posts when

friend and frequent visitor (which' went into, effect Nov. Secretary of Labor Arthur: operator of 'an 1343 the countyvs Free Holders

; to Mrs. Wilson's home entered 1 is reportedly meeting J. Gold erg, U. S. Senator Francis St 'rooming house, (property owners) go to

the house.o When ordered -* with opposition area Jacob K. 'Javits of New 'was freed by a cor6ner's the polls Tuesday Nov. 7.

i to turn over her money, of Mississippi Georgia and York, ana New York City jury Wednesday, when a Mr. Shaw's initial appeal '

the plucky woman struck Louisiana, it was reported. Mayor Robert F. Wagner. Justifiable homicide rulingwas to the ele torate reminds ,

at the man and then grap- : Seeking service at a bus Judge Marshall's wife returned in his shot- those registered as Free-

pled with him. During the 'terminal restaurant, 'four Cecilia, and his two sons 'gun slaying of Sammy holders and those who are

struggle, the mansshot her : Negroes were arrested in Thurgood Jr. 5 and John Bryant, 29, same address, {buying property in Duval

l through the left side of BEATRICE ( : j Atlanta. Three Negroes were 3 were pround onlookers. last Saturday County to .be sure and
.Murdered'. II ; taken into, custody in Jackson Police reported '
her forehead., She is believed Before administering' the carry their tax certificates -
.to have died'instant* Hankerson was id { Miss while attempting :oath of office, Chief JudgeJ. shot Bryant with a shotgun with them, when theygo

from police p ; to use a formerly white Edward Lumbard read a when the latter advanced to the polls to vote .

ly..The.: two men were said to 'records by several waiting room.A 'brief statement in whichhe ,upon him with a butcher Tuesday'' .

.bays escaped the scene by1 His description Negro youth in Albany, said. : knife. Bryant was later A District 2 resident' .' *
running through the back;) Color, light brown Ga. was told by police tc "On behalf ofaall the pronounced dead on arrival Shaw's name on sample.1'Mr. '

door of. the home, across' black; eyes, brown; get out of town immediately Judges of this Court, we ata, local hospital. ballots' which. have bee6 '

the small backyard;l, jumpeda '6' 1}&- ; weight, 171 : 'after he tried to enter a count ourselves fortunate The incident'" resulted from, distributed. throughout :

fence, continuing 'through age, '27 years old. white waiting room at the In that the President has 'Car swell's- objection to a the county shows him

having knowledge t.railway Bus Terminal j card game'at' the house, listed under Nb. .
::the yard of the house seen lit tp fill one of the 14 on

'fating ,N. W. SthjCt.Imiaediated 'suspect ,Segregation signs were still newly created circuit police reported., the ballot.,

Investigation ,urged to displayed it was learned. jUdgeships by nominatingso

: At 2:02 o'clock Police tact the Miami arrested Police in Shrevepdrt, ,La. eminent*and knowledgeable NAACP 'Stat. Convention Set'
local police. the manager of the *
a member of our
Officer John Gay received barS '
Mrs. Dunnaway held Trailways Bus terminal when Nov. 16-18 In
a call to go to 1661 5th ct., 'as Mr. Thurgood :>
;and was immediately joined :ship with the he took down racial signs in the past twenty '.-.. .. .. ". .... .'. .

by Sgt. J. L. -Nash'and the Elks, Order attempting to comply with years few, if any. members : TAMPA Citations acknowledging their leadership w !!)

'patrolmen:|' P. Farrington Eastern Star and the federal edict. of the American, bar have the NAACPjB statewide civil. rights offensive.w'iil\t. >e

of Pallbearers, Sheriff J. Howell Flournoy had so varied an experiencein awarded eight Florida ministers Thursday night; Nov.
and Earl B. Kirkland,' Final rites said ''Ie don't cars about the Federal trial and }J16 when the, organization opens its' three-day.._ 21st
Homicide Det. R. J. (Bob) the annual convention of Florida Branches.in -
ICC. Jacksonville.
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is directing the --
Yutes Saturday, 2 p.m. making body" Federal Slated for honors will be: -,
investigation.Victim's many circuits: Graham Mi&ai; ,Father .1'. R. \ ..
;Providence Rev. A. .Leon Lowry Tampa,
Gibson, state vi president
Money which holds state president; Rev. E. C.
'Jh and Miami Branch president:
4: ;'Qe'lQo ed. 'Carver Branch kSgivmgD y Til loan of Daytona 'Beach; Father Davis\: Brooks and
it 'has also. been reporer!,' ment'*in Lincoln .Rev. W. C. Dobbins, Pensa-
S Rev A. .Jospeh Reddick
,J that, Mrs. Dunnaway: had recently -..: Cemetery., '. cola; Rev. C. K. Steele I.
both.of'. Tallahassee.,
drawto; $1.OOO fromJnBujrabce .Puner l.glomer in "will Le.a happier day.J: [Sr, Tallahassee; Rev. W.o. .. t... :
policy$700. fells Cocoa Edward T.!
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"Member of Associated Negro Press". The staid and historic chamber of
,7pr '
rd the U. S. Supreme Court was the scene last

ERIC O. SIMPSON. ..........................................Managing Editor. I ; Thursday of oral argument on the first southern

.lALYSON E. WISE...................................................News Editor ..tih. "sit-in" cases which the Court

HILDA WOpTEN.........................................Qrculation Manager' has agreed to review.
., A Y The cases involve convictions '
'; rru of sixteen Negro students in
2323 Monerief Road.............*...:.......Phone, ELgin 4-6782 qtr'.t. % :, r E three lunch counter demonstration]
in Baton Rouge, La.

P. O. Box Mailing 561, Jacksonville Address: 1, Florida l 4 ,r 1_ Jack Greenberg, NAACP Legal Defense -

.( 1 /j Fund General Counsel, asked]
5900'N.W. 23RD.' AVENUE : the Court to reverse the Louisiana -
_1, ,), MIAMI. FLA. NE 3.217. f: I ;.;,1 '- :;::. : y.I'.4' convictions. The studentswere
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.. arrested for breach of the SIMPSON
One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 ? peace in April, 1960, and sen-
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States k\ .,,\ TiN 6'rl tenced to thirty days in jail .

Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: a .. plus a $100 fine, or, in lieu of the fine,
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561JACKSON"f f! 1, FLORIDA'THE another ninety days. .

c The Supreme Court chamber was filled with
interested spectators, including U. S. Solicitor
1. City and County Civil Service Jobs
1 \ }\ : General Archibald Cox and NAACP Executive
S 2. Negro Road Patrolmen
I ti A; Secretary Roy Wilkins.
3. Negro Firemen 'mow ,j.., John Johnson of Cullen La. and Kenneth- .
4. Mcfre Negro Police Officers I
N ,;1 \ }. Johnson of Batron Rouge, La. two of the arrested -
5. More Squad Cars Tor Negro Policemen "
.& "sit-inners, were present. They are
i N 4 ,, 44'A I'y both currently attending Howard University in

A Glimpse Into Shaw's RecordAttorney Washington, D. C. I
; j Mr. Greenberg told the Court that the Louisiana -

Leander J. Shaw Jr. tossed his hat into : trial court record did not substantiate a

Duval County's political ring last Oct. 25 when charge of 'breach of the peace in any of
he qualified as a candidate in the fifteen-man SOUTH AFRICA OR MISSISSIPPI TOFY MUST' NOT BF PERMITTED TO PREVAIL. the cases. He contended that the students were

school board race. It is also believed that Mr. I arrested by Batron Rouge police Captain Robert

Shaw is the first Negro in the county's political .'I Weiner, who 'operated a flying police squad' '

history to seek such a post. I :i Your Weekly -- which made arrests in these cases simply ,

However, the main point which wed like to i because the Negro students were sitting at '

bring to bear is whether or not Atty. Shaw I lunch counters reserved for whites.

possesses the necessary qualifications to hold I i Horoscope Guide Greenberg argued that such arrests were s

such office, 'Let's Look at the Record. Mr. I 'essentially state action to maintain and pre- '

Shaw, 31, was born in Lexington, Va. where his t,,- .Y PABLO, The ASTROLOGER -" ...- serve racial segregation, and such use of state

mother Mrs. Shaw is a veteran public school : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR power is expressly prohibited by the Fourteenth
teacher. His father, Dr. Leander J. Shaw Sr. : -.---- Amendment of the U. S. Constitution. "

is dean of Florida A&M Uni versi ty"s graduate I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Mr. Greenberg also told the Court, in answerto
school. i I a question by Justice John Harlan. that if

Atty. Shaw graduated with a.Bachelor' of I I I refusing to leave a lunch counter when orderedby

Science degree in history and political science l;Born March ARIES 21 thru April 19 :at your leisure later on. excitement during this a policeman constituted a breach of the

fro West Virginia State College. He securedhis 11*; There are very exasperating period, and it cannot be peace, then the Louisianp statute itself was

law degree later from Howard University's I; YOU are apt to be subjected forces operating and, if claimed that all of it unconstitutional for 'making the mere '

school of law. He served his country during the to the kind of e-| you recognize them, try and will. be welcome. You maybe presence of Negroes at a white lunch counter
Korean War in combat as a commissioned officerof motional pressures that are give them plenty of room put on the spot, figuratively constitute breach of the peace. '

the U. S. Army. Before coming to Jackson- most difficult to resist. (13th thru 15th). and made to John F. Ward, Jr. Asst. District Attorneyin

ville to enter law practice, he was assistant :|But a way must be found, justify your pretensions, Baton Rouge, argued for Louisians.Mr. .

professor of law at Florida A&M University., if you care enough about 490551444495LEO whatever' they- may be. As Ward contended that the arrests were '
This outstanding record speaks for itself. your solvency and serenity.It 'your material interests may justified in the light of violence in other -,

Tuesday, Nov. 7, marks the day when Duval's is not considered pro- Born July 23 thru August 23 suffer as a result, it also cities where protest demonstrations had taken

Free 'Holders--property owners--go to (the pollsto pitious for those who are You could create more behooves you to adopt an place,- .and because of the existing inflarmratory

elect a new slate of three school board I willing to stake everythingon trouble and problems than attitude that is reservedand mood in Baton Rouge at the tiira of the demon-

officials for a biennial term. the whims of chance (11 you can possible hQpe to conciliatory. strations. On this he was closely questioned

Atty. Shaw's, record is most noteworthy. It is th, 13th 15th) You, may handle if you allow your 6-30-99-16-82-639 by the Court, and was hard pressed to documenthis 1

being ,presented for the electorate's informa- also set up the elementsof enthusiasm to get the betterof SAGITTARIUS assertions.Ward y
Born Nov. 23 -thru Dec 21
potential disruption in your more considered also argued that though the students were

tion.A POSTSEASONEver 'Natural' your existing alliances if judgement. It would be wise- i There are always two sides not actually asked to leave by representativesof

your romantic inclinations to find out how far you to every coin, and during the three business involved, their being

induce you to stray into can go from the proper this quarter, you may haveto told they "could not be served' should be

since that thrilling Bethune-Cookman, forbidden pastures. You may official sources, before you look at its less pleasantone. interpreted as a request to leave. He was

Benedict College football game here three weeks find this out, to vnnr dis- get yourself involved in .. Do all you can to avoid questioned on this point by Justice Hugo L.

' ago in the Gator Bowl, we've joined a group of tress, when gossip and exposures endless red tape or other controversies with in Black, who suggested that there was a difference ;

local sports lovers who have. been beating the may go hand and hand frustrating situations (llth. I I laws, or disputes that can between telling the students they f

drums for a post ses on the 13th. !tAll's well that ends well, only end up in the law would not be served at the white lunch countersand
drums for a post season contest between Jax' s but you will have to do your courts (11th) ordering them out.

Fdwards Waters Tigers and the Wilcats of Bethune full share in getting the 5-r0-88-17-71-518 The Louisiana attorney concluded his argumentby

this year in the Gator Bowl. 2-60-33-19-72-263 wheels of progress started asking the Court to take judicial noticeof

Oh 'yes, there'_ s been a hue and cry from TAURUS (15th thru 17th) Clear CAPRICORNBorn the atmosphere in Baton Rouge even though
the Wilcats ,Born April 20 th.ru'May 20 Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
Bethune supporters saying. I thinking and positive actions I there was no testimony concerning the mood of
would lower their prestige should Edward Waters You are* apt to bite off get you in front. The 11th is made to order the city in the record.
them during post season encounter. more thanyou can chew, if I A Supreme Court decision
defeat a I for exciting pastimes and often may not be
Those backing the efforts of the Waters' clan you do not check yourselfin 580661325586VIRGO companionship. But exuberant handed down until thirty days after argument,

seem to think that their mighty improved herd time during this second spirits should be dampened, but in more complex xases, such as this one,

of Tigers would defeat the Daytonians. On the quarter. No matter how Born Aug. 24 thru Sept.- .23 before they lead to excesses it is not unusual for the Court to deliberate
other hand we've been given the word thatthere's attractive a propositionmay You are not so constitutedas gambling losses or longer.

a group of local men who would be more seem on the surface, to overlook what you consider misunderstandings with a
than willing to underwrite this extravangza. discover just how mueh it serious flaws in your dear "one. Affectionate displays Jf. *

On our sports page of the Oct. 28, issue of is going to cost you in>' character, or shortcomings should help loving I ..-
the STAR, we noted that it is now customery, for the final accounting. Even that prevent you from climbing hearts to get together on" -- -

a team to play one or two *breathers' and then if your earned income receives the ladder of /success the 12th. i. :t:
a healthy boost, the I
to "go-for broke" in selecting the best con- right to the very top. 9-40-11-18-69-941 '.
tenders available. This results in those ama- pressure on you to increase Should you recognize the AGUARIUS '

zing attendances which fill huge stadia throughout your expenditures even more shoe as fitting, you and Born J.... 20 thru Feb 18 J -
be most powerful. The results or returns you If
the nation throughout football season.We may It will in some instances, ti F '
feel that such, a contest between Bethune you would do well Ito ponder expect may not materialize} 7 w. .

and Edward Waters would be outstanding 760991347769GEMINI over these matters(11th) If' you run up -against strong
attractionrregardless of conferen "differences competition o'rinc'ur the ,
Born May 21 thru June 19 displeasures of
foot- your principal
and would again return more than one top. 3-40-44-15-53-345.
ball attraction to where they. rightfully 1 belong There are too many poten- LmRA'B collaborator' (11th). It
tial difficulties in the is natural to seek the kind
annually in the Gator Bowl. Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
offing for you to give them of surroundings in which you
,Should you concur, ,please turn to our sports Congenial friends are gladly -
further encouragement can work and play, and be
page, fill in the coupon and mail it to our at- .received everywhere. it
thrcTugir a negative happy, but you first have too
sports department. We think that its the Fans have been looks as, if you may save I. s i
titude. If you with what you can afford.
who should have the first and' last'word relative engaged in clandestine adventures yourself money jmjg! worry It t
to the success or failure of any public that tend to keep if you hold your distancefrom 8-50-77-19-58-657 .; I

sports spectacle. the 11th thru 13th. PISCES I
you awake nights, it may
You should also keep ,your Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 r
be desirable to put a definite -
: hopes modest and realizable, I This seems to be a periodof 4I
stop to them. There
as you cannot expect mira- stress, strain and disc
\ are additional signs that
; your prestige could suffera cals in this day and age unity in your personal and
(13th-14th). You may give !home environment. You
blow if have placed
Ut you serious consideration to should be most tactful for \
yourself in a compromising '
situation (13th-14th). employment matters, and : it wouldn't take much to :
determine whether a change trigger off violent recrim-

6-70-88-12-36-678 would serve your future. The 4!inations (13th-15th). Prepare KEN KNIGHT .
4w 16th and 17th are the finest : yourself for a period
i r r tJ JOB 90 ticc July b days when you may act on instinct f of much greater productivity Invites'You To Listen Vo '

Discourage those who may ,_ and create or exploit : whiCh should also benefit '
J try to freeload at your: ex- opportunities that': your pocketbook. You should "KNIGHTTRAIN! a.
4 ::pense, on the 11th. Your own :are out of this world.: have complete freedom of ,
inclination to step far. action to improve yourself, --- Starting At 7:00 P. M. Nightly -' ",.1
'b. wide, and handsome houlbe 8-20-11-18-93-821 I and your place in the '>1

*L DIDN'TWANTroMARRYF MONEY.-- checked before you are SCORPIO .. __ I world, from the late 15th : 1400 I WRHC 1400 ,.

BUT THAT *s 1HE !!Y1O GET IT/ comaited to a course 03 Beca Oct.,24 thru NOT. 23 I.tbru. 17th. '. r'F.;_'j"- .> > '
action that you could rue There may be ,plenty o 1-80-22-17-61-182 YR

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C# n .t", r:5'',. : : -- "r f l: Bridge Clubs Miss AlphaMISS

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Members of the Classie a..

Lassie Bridge Club were
BT most graciously enter-
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LOUISE G. GUINYARD tained recently by Mrs.
Grove Sykes.
Rounds of Bridge were M'fr.'a .
a j/ '
r played wrath Mrs. Sarah r
The Mt. Herman Street home .of, Mr. and Mrs. Longinue Wright winning first honors -

Parsons was the scene of the October meeting ,of the i;' '.:' .' ;, Mrs. Margaret

Silhouettes Club. Mrs. Gloria Parsons, Mrs. Margaret .. .c' Mathis, runnerup and Mrs.
Pleasants and Mrs. Florine Smith were hostesses. : Dorothy Oliver, conso-

1 .. Mrs. Norma White, president, presided over the business ..tW.i: ... : .. lation. .
session in which Mrs. Lydia Sweet waselected fr. Also present were: Mrs.
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financial secretary. Mrs. Sweet ,suceeds Mrs. Ruth E. :' Helen Toney. Mrs. Gie-

Williams who will be leaving soon for Maine. neve Henderson Mrs.
Prizes were awarded' to high scorers in the bridgeand Henrietta Howard, Mrs. ALPHA---Petite and

whist play, with Mrs. Hadassah Bullard receiving .. .. Margaret Starkes. Mrs. charming Gracie Lewis, Miami -
'r.. graced the prize-
Minnie P.
the latter. Gadling.
Silhouettes present included Mrs. Betty Howard, Mrs. ;, ,,- 'The next meeting is winning float trimmed by
"" the members of the
Alma Johnson Mrs. Carrie Parsons, Mrs. R. E. Smith .1... !{ slated for Friday night, BetaNu
Mrs. 'Dorothy Sweet, Mrs. Margaret Starkes, and Mrs. '..?: i Noov. 3 at 8 p. m. i n Chapter of Alpha Phi
-- q Alpha fraternity during
Mable Jones. the home of Mrs. Helen
homecoming festivities at
AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY marked the installation of officers of the recently organized Toney. Florida A. and M. Uni-
Las Doce Elegante Social-Civic Club held in the Lincoln Country Club. Joshua ATTENTION LADIES versity. The elementary

W. Williams; wellknown instructor at Duval Vocational School conducted the> installation Bridge & Social Club'Reporters education major is "Miss
Mrs. Marian Sutton Walker is back in the city after ceremony. Installed to officers' lasts: were: Alfreda Gonzalez, president;
Alpha for the 1961-62
spending a week in New York City. She joined hubby Wanda Mitchell, secretary Alene Slappy, treasurer; Carlita Walker, business manager Send or Mail school year. She is a
Matthew, and the couple visited Miss Vivian .Sutton assistant secretary. Members i
; Juanita Momford, chaplain and Betty Butler, Your Social News graduate of Northwestern
and George sutton Jr. shown during the social interlude are from left: Claudette Fields, Dorothy Crawford FLORIDA STAR High School in Miami.

r Carlita Walker. Alfreda". Gonzalez, Mary Oliver and Wanda Mitchell. 7.323 Moncrief Rd. Cor. 13th (FAMU staff photo by Horace -
Florida Star Photo)
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Mrs. Ann Monroe was-welcomed as a new member when'

Kevinettes Bridge Club met last week-end in the home Wedding .Bells BAY atJULIA

'of Mr. and Mrs. .Claude 0. Hilliard.
Mrs. Celeste Nicks Mrs. Essie McCray, Mrs. Dorothy APPLICATIONS FOR

Oliver, and Mrs. Sarah Lovett were prize winners. MARRIAGE LICENSES ..

Other members present included Mrs. Doris Bennett Willie D. Hackley, 808 JacksonSt. me ,,30 t. 9 ...... .fr Fri
Mrs. Thelma Greene, Mrs. Barbara Harper Mrs. Emmalee 23 and Gwendolyn C. Mobley s a. 9:30 to 5:30 Tu..., ii
George Mrs. Pauline Davis, Miss Daisy Gilliard and 8000 Tarlings Ave., Dinsmore, Wed.. Thurt. tr S*t. ,
Mrs. Pearl Mackey. Fla., 15. a..tlUr"'t Op.nt Daily

Sammie L. R. Ivery, 708% at .:00 A.M.WVr .
Davis St., 20 and Jo A. Neither, rkaMtmytaxr' .. ..}wwvd.uv. vy ,r.w..:...v..,.. .. ':'..... .,
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909 Madison St, 19. -.. :": :::':" ': ....::' f,

Mrs. Sybil Butler Mrs. Margaret Wilson, and Miss James W. Berry, 1153 PacettiSt. .<: 'v'. I V

Louvenia Solomon were high scorers when Mrs.Gwendolyn ., 22 and Katherine O. Mann, .;ii t. /

Stewart entertained Kardettes Bridge Club in her love- 1063 W.. Duval St, 21. -..:....... .,,. ... ...
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Geo. H. Swain 1778 Kings'Rd "
ly Roth Drive home. :j/;:::
Among other members.present were Mrs. Ruby Humphrey 50 and Blanche-Felder, 2202 Dan- w ....jt.
ston St, 43.
r Mrs. Grace West, Mrs. Hattie Stewart, Mrs. Mable \\t.:
I Jones, and Mrs. Marie Bryant. John J. Jenkins, 927 W. Beaver .' ..,
St., 72 and Hannah',M. Williams,
.. i 927 W: Beaver St, <64.<>
Raymond Mercer, 1064 W. State
St, 23 and Betty J. Hayward,
Mrs. Geneva Wheeler, Mrs. Alpha Moore, and Mrs.
1064 W. State St, 19.
Maxine Jackson were guest players when lirsjiarie'V
Earl Barnard, 45' Argyle Lane,
,entertained Gems Bridge Club last week-end.
McClain Ashville, N. C., 24 and Renea D.
at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club. Perkins, 1731 W. Union St, 22. .
Each guest received a gift of lovely costume jewelry Sylvester Wililams, 3629 N

from the hostess. Ardisia Rd., 52 and Eldora Hen-
Mrs. Myrtice Thomas and Mrs.. Lydia Sweet were among. derson, 1819 W. 44th St, 36.
winners of club prizes. Tyrone Phillips, 1910 W. 21st .: .. .::. We're spotlighting just some of the values that you.
: :
Participating in the- meeting were: Mrs. Joyce Law- St, 22 and Henrietta Lawson, :: :...}:.. .. > will find throughout the store-during this sale. So

son, Mrs. Susie Thompson, Mrs. Zelma Johnson, Mrs. 5620 Belafonte Dr., 16. ,.:frwvwvtvmwK&wOtrfV: .,. -.. *v rfJkvJ ?:! ; come in-take advantage of hard to beat bargains. .
'Catherine Jackson. Mrs. Lois Avery and Mrs. Alvenia Tommy E. Baxter, 2019 WisterSt. N..
Scriven 21 and Jacquelyne M. Harris, err>Y:

2031 Thomas Court, 19. ..,. ,.
Henry L. Burkes, General Delivery S (;irls'J: ; .
Middleburg; Fla., 18 and

Several I noted Jacksonville citizens enjoyed a changeof Earnestine D. Addison, General Slack Sets' ,
Delivery, Middleburg, Fla.. 18.
pace in Sunday activities when they dined at Buster .: .
James Simmons, 2045 Davis St., .
Ford's Restaurant last week-end as guests of Con- 24 and Johnnie M. Johnson, 1043; :
tinental Bowling Lanes Inc. W. Duval St, 23. Sizes 3-6X l t j' i J

Among participants were Dr. and'Mrs.. J. E. I. Scott;' Sanford Gillis 1219 Grothe St, .'
Mrs. I. E. Williams; Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Dr. 46 and Margrette F. Washington, n.99Size714 .1i -
Eartha M. M. White; Junius Bowman; Mr. and Mrs. Rut- 1219 Grothe St, 46. : ..

ledge Pearson; Atty. L. Shaw; Alyson E. Wise; Sammie L. R. Ivery, 708% : .: ; l
J. J. Nixon; Mrs. Lucille G. Coleman; Mrs. Thelma Davis St, 20 and Jo A. Neither, r
Jones; Mrs. Tiny Mae Thomas; Mrs. Lubenia Carlwell; 909 Madison St, 19. $2.88 4 $ /t

Joseph Paige; Mrs. Alexander; 3ir. and Mrs. Fred Smith; James Wm. Berry, 1153 PacettiSt. ;r fK# -V ,

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Toney; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .. 22 and Katherine O.. Mann. "
1063 W. Duval St., 21. Little girls{ Big girls! All J7 .',,1
Hopkins; Major and Mrs. Taft Cummings; William Terry; .
and the host corporation's vice president Dick Geo. H. Swain 1778 Kings Rd., girls-wont Jhese slack sets. ?: r ......
Trim, tapered slacks i in '
50 and Blanche Felder, 2202 Dan k.
Gottlieb. ston St, 43. Pinwale Corduroy. Cotton ..,., .

t John J. Jenkins, 927 W. BeaverSt. knit tops with striking _. .{/, .
72 and Hannah M. Williams screen prints or stripes and 3 ,

927 W. Beaver St 64. roll back collar. /.A. .' .;..fQ
Note to Bridge, Clubs: The Community Chest-United
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Fund Drive is still on. '.

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StarkDeliveries M

Rehearsals are being held each Wednesday evening for ,' Men's & Boy's Textured I .

participants in the Jacksonville Urban League Guild's 34" TallDecorator ; !
.,f Fantabulous Frolic" Thanksgiving Eve is the date : Nylon I Shirts I '" '

# of the show, so contact Mrs. Helen B. Robinson or BIRTHS Any i
Mrs. Janet Johnson and rehearse this coming Wednesdayat ,. AT BREWSTER 3': 's Lamps "

8:00 p.m. at the Wilder Recreation Center. $
.. *' Mr. and Mrs. John Hamil- 2.88 each ,

For some brioge enthusiasts the- love of the' game ton, 6138 Strawflower y-

,causes them to seek membership in more than one-club. Place Boy. These 100% textured $4 44 "
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hous- .
their :' Consequently, names appear frequently in this
ton, 1481 W. 28th St. ,
and Boy's sizes- .
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column as high scorers in their respective groups. Girl. ;r r.
11 ? small, medium and large.
,We agree'Practice makes perfect." Itr. and Mrs. James Brown .s rayon shantung shades enhance these eye
.. .... They're soft smooth
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.... .. r catching lamps that are a decorator's d r eamMadeof
5814 Iris Boulevard Girl.
,, sturdy.Resistantto durable Hydracal that imparts life
new to colors .
Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. .
.: pilling, balling and needs new meaning to a room. Buy a matching pair for less
\ I fah Kimbrough 2614 JupiterAve. no ironing.Wide assort
$ 2 Girl. ment of than you would expect to pay for one. '
a 4.
SS .. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brad- colors."W
> well 1622 W. 26th St. ,
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Girl. -/.4''.

It- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown ,

4140 'Lockhart Dr. ,. Boy. rrr -. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Kil-

patrick, 2943 Lippia Rd. ,

& Girl.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chancy -

1281 Swift St. BoMr. /. : Multi-Use

and Mrs. Fred Williams -

-_ 1659 W. State St. % Stack
Boy.. Ladies' Wallets / \\I" I
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Stools
Brooker, 1725 W. 16th St. These wallets are in t hl luxury-class. Some I

< l:' r Boy. have gold embossing others have moon

Her mother or her sister? James 3303 Ardisia Rd. for Photos, passes and i room or patio.Comfortable plastic J
Girl. personal cards. Roomy9ussetchan9aPocketEx 77C plated covered foam seat and Brass.
Moore 1444 Vanburen' St. citing Fall colors I ".*.T.. ; ,.':r Colors: Black, $ I |9 9
White, Persim-, 19 I
Whether you want the excitement of a differenthair Boy. rnonTurquohe.I .
ahada, or want to give new life to dull or Mr., and Mrs. Joseph Ward,.

gray hair...insist on the long-lasting haixcolor 1440 N. Myrtle Ave. Girl. t
in the famous red package Godefiroy'a Mr. and Mrs. James Davis, S

I.--. e. It' easy to apply and complete in 2010 Commonwealth .Ave. ... .. -
one pe.ckap--tbere'.nothing else to buy. Girl. ,- I

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ; .' ,
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FLORIDA-STAR- '-SATITRTIAY..-.....-....., .Nnvnmro.............&6.ILoa. A 4[, .l.i1U.I.ioci
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.Revi. W" At Hill Wood/awn" .t fi\_ ---- .. ChoirCetehrates. / '..,;. Annive.rarV' Laymen' Day .

:. i$ < '':'fr- "'. ".. ,
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Gets ;.>_ i73/;"" : .. ,
Elected Presbyterian ::. -,- .. Annual Laymen's Day was have appeared in several
: i- observed at Ebenezer 'American
f Method- Anthologies, and a

., To,5thTerm Church Note .... ist Church on Sunday Oct. devotional litany was re-
29, at the 11:00 a.m. ser- centjy published by the
Rev. Wm. Hill. pastor of Rev. Franklin D. Wilson, vice. Principal speaker for National. Council of YMCA's I

Mr. Calvary Baptist Church pastor of Woodlawn United 3 the occasion, which bath as for'distribution to Boards

and moderator of the East Presbyterian Church returned its theme this year You and Committees in North
and Shall Be My Witness" will .Americal.
Florida Bethany Baptist to his pulpit Sunday
be Thomas B. Hargraves, Jr. A statement by Wendell P.
Association, was elected during th, 11 a.m. service
. Executive Secretary of the Holmes, jr. church
to fifth term leader and delivered .. Lay
a as .
a impressive
very -
j. James Weldon Johnson Branch. Leader, indicates that other
.of the District Convention sermon based on 4. T I"I YMCA. Laymen from throughout the

following his annual address love. He was greeted by 5 A native of Knoxville -' city will also participateon

intthe session recently an appreciative congrega I\ Tenn. Mr. Hargraves is an. the program, and music
held in*Mt. Sinai tion. a : I alumnus of Knoxville College will be provided by a

Baptist Church. Rev. Wilson will again, II I I with further study at Spring special male chorus and the
field and Virginia State Ebenezer Male Quartette.
Other officers reelectedwere bring the r
message SundaY
Colleges. From 1951 to 1956 -
: Rev. H. H. Robinson, Nov. 5at the it a.m. ser- he was the Executive Sec- Observe Annual

vice moderator; W. G. vice. The Senior Choir retary of the Chestnut

Patterson, recording sec- will support the rites withC. Street Branch YMCA in Atlanta Day SundayThe

retary; Rev. W. C. Mitchell E. Simmons Jr. at the Ga. after which he annual observance of

Assistant recorder; Rev. N. organ. The choir will be joined the staff of the Women's Day will be held
Southern Area Council of
Williams, statistical robed in black. The ladiesare YMCA's in Atlanta, and Nov. 19 at Zion Hope Bap-

secretary Rev. L. C. Way, asked to wear black served colleges and uni- tist Church.

Corresponding secretary; caps., versities in 10 southern Officials for the day I

Rev. 'C. L. Culver, trea- Sunday School begins at ANNUAL OBSERVANCE: The wellknown Choir 1 of Evergreen states. are Miss Florence Nelson,

surer.: 9tfp a.m. with Superintendent celebrated its anniversary with a well planned musical Baptist Church recently Since January of 1960, he 'chairman ; Mrs. Lucille

I Rev. 0. T. McCalllsecondvio Huger in_charge. Sunday array_ .tf outstanding local groups. The choir is presently program embarked featuring an has held his; present posi- Lowery; co-chairman; Mrs.
on a planned tion with the
james Pearlie
e moderator, .Rev. E. R. School will also beheld program'which will result in a seri s of appearances at Evergreen Mae Smalls Secretary -
churches. and other Johnson Branch YMCA. Also ; Mrs. S. M. Mann,
Simpson, auditor; Rev. at the new church site,'' (Photo By Avery) creative writer, his at assistant

. Eddie Burroughs, historian; 3066 Woodlawn Road in the

Rev. W. J. Johnson, chair- Westminister Hut, formerlySams Ebeneez&r i
, State
man of education; Rev. A. : office beginning also 2nd Baptist'sAnnual

J. Hughes, chairmano.f at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Wilson Musicale Sunday ::
mission board. Mrs. will be in charge. An invitation Events
An evening of music will be
Wilier D rrell, District is being extendedto presented Choir
by #2 of
counselor young Peoples. all to visit our Sunday Ebenezer Methodist Churchin Begins Nov. 5

co&v ntion. Schools especially those the church's observanceof

Chairmen, who were re- living in the Woodlawn Laymen s Day. .

app inted were Rev..R. H. area. Featured on the programwill The 110th anniversary of
be Miss jacquelyn Smith
Wilson, committee on constitution Communicant Class for Second Baptist Church and
the Ebenezer Male Quartette,
; Rev. L. Jones, youth will reconvene on and the sponsoring choir, the third for Rev. J. C.

temperance, and Attrus Saturday at 5 p.m. The with Miss Patricia Flemingas Sams, pastor, will be held

Fleming, finance All meeting place has been guest soloist. y,I Nov. 5-13:

rauxi aiies retained their changed from the churchto Miss Smith a soprano Choral selections and ser- rt

personnel. A Young People the Westminster Hut soloist of note, is a gradu- mons will be centered
ate of Southern University,
Convention was organized at 3066 Woodlawn Road. ,around the theme: 'Build--
where she was a featured
wit Miss Joyce Daniels as : A musicale featuring the soloist with the renowned ing for God's Kingdom. "

president. wellknown artist Miss Southern University Choral Two special 'drives will be

The session was far reaching Jacqueline Smith will be organization. She is pre- the major efforts for the

and will be rememberedas presented Sunday, Nov. 5 'sently supervisor of music observance, the 100 new ::

one fib: the finest in at 7 p.m. in the sanctuaryof : for Baker County. r. converts and the "15,000 ii
The Ebenezer.Male Quartette,
the history of the as- the church in benefitof financial goal.
recognized as being among
sociation.; Several new idea. the annual Fall Rally.We the city's better musical Beginning Nov. 6, the ae

were set into motion including -' are asking all membersto groups, 'is composed of Walter following pastors and their '

the unified ses- please support this Blackman, John James, congregations will partici- S t
sional program and the ex- affort. Our goal is 2000. Powell Stukes, and Wendell pate. Reverend M. Hill, y 'a. f

pansioniof the mission and "Life is too short to Holmes. They supported Miss' Mt. Calvary Baptist, R.
educational boards. The ;Smith in one of her more
be Little. _A. King 'Payne Chapel AM
recent recitals and have
organization.. also increased Prayer service will be E Church.
been featured by a local
itscontributions to the held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. radio station. The night of Nov.' 7, the

cause. in the church at State and Choir Two will be heard Reverends E. R. Simpson,

"The.vnext session will beheld Laura streets. in a varied group of selec-' Zion ''Hope Baptist B. F. .

in Second Baptist Junior Lodge 131 tions, with Miss Fleming as, Brown, Grace Baptist Church, 1at
Church. Rev. J. C. Sams as featured soloist. Miss J. C. Rogers, Macedonia
.Sets $1 Fleming is a student at
host pastor. The one-day Million Baptist (Westside), W. C.
Bethune-Cookman College,
session will convene at Mitchell' Little Rock
Tea Nov. 19th
where she is also a memberof
I' First Baptist Church, Jack- Junior Lodge No. 131 are the choir and the musical Baptist in charge.

sonville Beach, Rev. H. H. sponsoring a Million Dollar ensemble.The Nov. 9, Rev A. B. Cole- e 5 : L7'S i _
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Wright, pastor. Date setAs Contestants Tea which will public is Invited to man, Rev. C. B. Dai ley and 11 : ) J'
Feb. 1962.TOOTHACHE. share in this presentation. S
Rev. R. H. _
be held in the home .of will :

; : Little Pamela B. Williams, Nurses Aide jointly conduct the ser- ,4l---- _
Don't suffer needlessly. Get espeedy relief 1041 W. 8th Street, Sunday, vices. _
of toothachewith
< from fast acting throbWnf ORA-JEL Pain Nov. 19 from 4 until 6 p.m. Class ReadiesFor Nov. 10, Reverends D. J.

,or roes money in segopds.back.All drug Guaranteed stores. pAalrm' I. The public and other Graduration Graham Mt. Ararat BaptistR. e

I organizations are invi H. Wilson West Friend-

I ted and plannedl ship will have charge.Nov. > k
a program is Having started under the .. -
12, Rev. G. W. Jen-
motto, "Inferior to None WELCOME MAT: Dick Gottlieb (Top Photo), president of three-quarter of
GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more and Superior to all, the kins, formerly of this dollar Continental Bowling Lanes, inc. which opens here Nov. 17, greets a attending ml***uu

Nurses Aid Class of 1961 city, and now pastoring Jaxons Sunday during the get-acquainted dinner held at Buster FOrd's. Many promi-

W"uatsla 3.trondt'. EAU DENNA is now in 'its final phase. Greater St. John Baptist nent Jaxons attended the affair and were enlightened as to the policy, features,

HAIR COLORER training and plans on Church of Fort Myers will bowling techniques and other services which will be offered. Some of Conti-

Will<...**ry Iwtr U 10 t.'30......s..*. graduating during the have charge of,,.the service nental's staff shown from left are: Joe Hopkins, maintainance supervisor Bill
,.. .../ ....know it.r ... .. It-fc is1i ;! : latter part of this month. Terry, supervisor of Continental's
s S..I throughout the personnel from Houston, Texas
0.n1ica.i with tH bnrtliit. M aw.b day. ; Mr. Gottlieb,
\ ..... N. peeL N. BWM. The class members are and ReV. McAdoo pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church who
AMYONt CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME giving full credit to its Nov. 13, will be Pastor's gave the benediction.
TOU&VC TIME AND MONEY N....will..r Bottom photo shows some of the guests who attended the event. .
p ct ywr hair .... ..... ..,.... L..... It ..*! many successes to the superior Night. The Reverends C. A.
..d...-...__......e.i.-...tneb-ee.... Weaver (Royal Art Studio Photos)
-j.it *...'- WILL NOT TURN HAIR MODISH ;. of its instructor B. H.
ft 581 ..* rvb *ff. It .toy* .. ...aNI ....... Hartley Friendly
... .... -Mrs. Rebecca
..giI.p.int... cw..., .,aInIi.ltethlet........ ..p.r..e. ....... .-.-... Baptist G. W, Phillips
..... ... Y. Thompson, RN,. We feel
I* y. <** M y .*r M mmnr New Mt.
.... Olive Baptist andC it's
U i.fc m JIi'IMW -: tlAOC y HACK.AH that Nurse Thompson has now Pepsi
ss... tIq.... C. Brown
woNocknn. rot TOUCHMA er done just a bit more than Springhill >1
t I %\Y..( pal It..i.d............c..M...........dy..r...... wonderful in Baptist Churches will conduct -. iki for those who think
..........T__ .....W.W w-WB-*.M WW.....4_...iw D..s ts.4...I...... job creatingour young
DOCS NOT WTCtniE WITH PBtMANSIT WAVING unusual interest in th.e s e r.v.! c.e. .
.. V.N dIr.eh.e....dil...UrMm**4 TMrfifc.CAIf LION:-...._.,... our nurses aide class. Today wtfreonthe go as never be ore. We lead the full life.
w..a.Celena UKfcj Dwfc .r.w*} MiJl.a fc ... ... .* f <....! T. O *h W MI* -- elec-
fit A.wn.d MM sue ( N K) During our recent
,. .jL. f. l...*-.....w.. YMV MHHV Bcrfk M MM B..taWr. Slh.... tion of class officers, Evergreen'sAnniversaries .:Ek'-'si I! This is the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, .clean-tasting

DIXIE PHARMACY J the 'following were selected nlJllllt lJlIllIlI.I Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi,

; Klag Road and Myrtle : ., .
-, 41!"...; ,.
. Mrs. Betty. Barnes press'ident .::: .-''' '

I : EVANGELIST. :."vice-president" : Will Continue i r .r,

Miss Bettye Young, secretary r

.I Rev. MOTHEROBERTS\ assistant, Mrs.secretary Kalley Bell Miss; The anniversary of Evergreen '
Ernestine Kelly; Chaplain --
Baptist Church and
Mrs. Shirley Nes-
= Healer and Advisor bitt; reporter Mrs. Ma its pastor. .Rev. H. H.
e mie L. Ray; business Wright continues throughNov. S r

manager, Mrs. Deloris ., 6. .f pleaser'J

Are You Suffering-Sick Cuffie; critique Miss At 3 p.m. Nov. 5, the Rev. LL ti 'c .
Jean Moore.. } ; .
Wa. Hill congregation
-Nfttd Advice?
I also
Acknowledgement goes :
.5 .. of Mt. Calvary: Baptist f
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to the .cooperative spiritof : r'c
.See MOTHER ROBERTS She has the'God-Given Power the school's founder Church will have- ,,.charge of 'k% S '

r ito heal by Prayer. Guarantees to heal the sick and the Professor John Bolden. the, service. .S. > :

_'. .ailing, but there is no pity for those who know they Another class is expected Nov. 6, Rev. D. J. Jones .'", t L

fire in hard luck and don't come to. see MOTHER to,get underway' Nov. of St. Luke Baptist Church, .. f I
15.1e are hoping that
Marietta; Rey. J. J. Joneso
ROttKTS Guaranteed to'help FSKOpoa '.::
'. this next class will be as f Antioch; 'Rev. C. A. 5,.

i- .Dilly M& So htrj from 7 *n tea'n"" *a* w .iH II .II .pa large and as successfulas leaver of Day Spring and t :

Her address is 10310 AfteiHk 'louIWani vour-"Class. v Rev. 'S. Smith of Friendship '." .' i I
le-have an enro.! lent of ,
Mk Is"White... with ...... HeM nor ih. iittl It.Lsu1er ........ members in ti* N.A.Class P1ck tt_ will condpct ..

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Mrs. Bettye Barnes preside -
Take peach. Bus 51 to her Door. t. Mrs. Maaie L. Ray, nigbt services are sponsoredby :... : I'I

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Owens-Illinois" Cites Employees, During Annual Dinner I.I.

I College GalJ Svill" AnrlA".New,; !

Football ... ;, -
I- GAINESVILLE---Evans Hayes '23, has been released on
$2000 bond after having been Aw
charged during a hearing,
I SlatesCollege with assault with Intent to com it murder In a Sunday ,

double..- shooting. .here- -Sheriff- Joe Crevasse reported.
nayes is cnargea witn t r
the shooting of Mack in pharge under Mothers IY

i Grid. ... Slates i Cudgo at Betty's Placeon Vassis Campbell and Lu-
.' '1 NE 15th St. where
tt Perkins
Joseph Galney, an employee visors.
Cl f College..Nov.. Ifl": at Betty's Place -:. t

was earlier ,charged Sunday's Services
AwayAlabama ,
iiv with a reckless displayof

1 State..Nov.4Clark firearms in the Sunday school beginsat t 'T r
wounding of Hayes in the
'College..Nov. 11 10 a.m. with Supt .. r
.Paine College. .Nov. 24'' same incident. Moses Blakney and teach- aa
Hayes and Codgo were ers in charge. Song
s said to have been released service by the choirs.
< ,SOUTH<< CAROLINA STATE from the hospital
Devotions Deacons
\ Morris Brown..Nov. Ii following treatment of Campbell and Williams. "' .t

/ their wounds. Gaineywas 11 a.m. hymn lined up 1
Sunday under
by Rev. H. 'H 0 g an.

:Miss.. Vocational., .NOV4i: $200 bond. .Scripture Rev. E. .. ,..
Benedict. .Nov. 23'C Brown, 1 Samuel-16. )"if
Mt. Olive P.B. Church
LA Theme: "God Knows the CITE TOP EMPLOYEES---During the annual -dinner held recently at the Palms otriciais of Jax Owens-Ill--: ..
FLI Heart.
N COLLEGE Dinner was.
The Gainesville Primitive served at 1:30 nois Forest Products Division cited numerous employes for outstanding services rendered. The annual fete
Paine College..Nov. 4 Baptist ministers, p.m. was attended by many company officials and employes and their wives. C. F. Sickford, assistant general

,Edward Waters..Nov. deacons, laymen, and manager, awarded service pins to employes possessing twenty fifteen, and ten years of service with the
11 auxiliaries meet Oct. Program PresentedAt company. In top photo, (left), Wayne Grant receives 20-year pin from Mr. Sickford. Next shows overall

-TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE 26-29 at 8 p.m. in a 3 p.m. an inspiring banquet scene. James Harper gets 20-year award. Ten year recipients from left: Osborn Murray Isiah
most successful three- program was given under. Jones Oscar Williams Elwort Andrews. Sylvester Bennett Clinton James and Johnny Williams. Bottom
28-Fort ValleY--Fort day session. the direction of Mrs. (left) are 15-year vets. From left Leroy Jones,* Jusius Polite Sherman Cooper Otis Felton, Edward

} Valley.j Thursday night was devoted Myrtle Nelson, program Smith, William Armstead, C. L. Smith, and Benjamin Addison. Herbert Grant (left). John Stevenson and

j 'ftov. 4-Miles. Home to business as chairman. The 6:30 devotions Samuel Session respectively, receive 20-year citations.
'k Nov. 14-Hampton..Hampton : usual with President H. were led by (Owens-Illinois Public Relations Photos)
Klnsey in. charge.
'Na. 1 Deacons George Perkinsand

i 1 ''Nov. 23 Ala. State session During the Rev.Friday E. Brown night service Sammy by Campbell.the choirswas Song Coffee Forms New Bridge :,- Jacksonville Needs A Negro:

Montgomery Ala. ...,.
delivered the accompanied by Mrs. -- --
J an education messageand programwas Frankie Ayer, pianist.Rev. ; :Newspaper. Read the "Florida Star1'1!
ALBANY STATELivingstone also featured. Mrs. H. Hogan delivered j
Myrtle Nelson was pro- the sermon. His theme:
.': NO v. 4 gram director. God is "Able to DeliverUs. ,; : -- y '- Every Week. Patronize "Star"wxEx .

Morris College..Nov. 11 Saturday night saw : ; .
the Visitors were Mrs. Annie I -
youth organization -
Fort Valley.: .Nov. 23 ,
Mitchell and Mrs. Ovedia .
Harris both of Gaines ( :
vine Mrs. Bowman a h1 ,
from .
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You Seek The Best Doctor
.. ) Ocala and Rev. and Mrs. Cr When
Your Doctor PrMcrlbMGet
Commercial. Weddings Portraits_ Reuben Whyte of Citra,
Florida. ExperiencedPhmrmarf+ta
\ % To Fill Your PrescriptSofifl ..

St. Paul CME Church According To Your Doctor .
Orders. W. 17* Only '
Ii ROYAL ART STUDIOTELETHHDNE Rev.L.E.Sumes, Pastor The Best. Quality Dregs Ai Dr. C. E. Blade .

i 4-1894 Sunday. Oct. 29---The Proprietor .

Missionary Morning Watch ,
until 7 a.m. last Sun- 4.
_ CLARENCE SJMOfi 515,DAVIS STREETJACKSQhTVILLE day 'under the directionof --
; mammoth turnout of freshman studentswho
FLA. Mrs. E. T. Bell ,
president.The enrolled at A&T College last week made friends ina

program follows: hurry. Fred Anderson, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Carolyn 1907 Kings Road ELgfa

Piano-prelude; call to Hunter, Charlotte, N. C. and Claudia Lytle, Black Cosmetics A Rubbe COMPLETE Goods LINE- Caadbs OF: S-8278//
See Our Ad on the worship, Mrs. F. D.
Inside Back Cover of This .Mountain N. exchange pleasantries at the Presi- PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND D
NO Telephone Directory Shannon; hymn, choir; dent's Reception. .
MONEY REMANUFACTURED purpose, Mrs. Janie --- --- .:
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choir responsive reading
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MILE Mrs. Ada Mitchell. ,.. ITh1II'U1ih1iIBuy $
Solo, Gloria Patri;
selection choir; your television set and
TO 24 service from a reputable dealer
scripture, Mrs. Alice
MONTHSTO AND You'll be dollars ahead. You'll _
Sumes; solo, Amon Jack-
PAY avoid hidden charges unethical
TRANSMISSIONS son; sermon, Rev. W. M. pressures phoney charges, and r DR. SANFORD COHEN
1-DAY Ferguson; alternate even loss of your set.
SERVICE FOR ANY MAKE prayer, Mrs. E. T. .. e _
IN STOCKEL Why Mothers Use

:,-; e; FREE TOWING Attends Miami qr U. SPECIAL BABY LAXATIVEFOR 2928 N. Myrtle Ave. Phone 356-5068 j.f

tp. I Myrtle and 20th Street Expressway I
You don' t want -to take j _

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60 years mothers have relied DR. SANFORD COHEN

SOUTHERN .F Ife on vegetable pure "

BABY EASE" Made especiallymild Dr. Sanford Cohen is a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic -
( and gentle 'for' infants in Davenport, Iowa and has studied further at the Cleveland College -

I I MOTOR- EXCHANGE sensitive stomachs. You canl Sanitarium.Dr.in Los Angeles.. He interned at the Palmer Research Clinic and Clearview

_T!_ ----J: LOOK FOR THE CHECKERBOARD" -' rely on this pleasant tasting -'
i i 14 WEST UNION Cohen is associated with the Owen Chiropractic Clinic in Jack-
: comfort
1 when your child sonville. Well trained in his field
he has at his disposal the latest scien- :
1. needs a laxative.. Ask your., tific instruments for a complete Chiropractic analysis. You may consult
Palms Of """\ druggist for "BABY EASE.". Dr. Cohen with full confidence and assurance. ::
Jacksonville 4
FAMU GRAD MerlelCollins E.: .BE_ Mrs. Cohen will act as receptionist for the Clinic. .
a 1961 graduateof -

Friday Nit Nov. 10 Florida, is A. enrolled and M. University as- 2Relieves .. .

10 P.M.-2A.M. the a full-time University student of Miaui An Rheumatism : r .. t Can Chiropractic; 'Help You?

(Fla. ) graduate school. Very likely, if there is 'nerve pressure
She received her B.S. & Arthritis CALL us for an appointment. We will
bi "Show degree in history and is :,' i -- make pressure pattern of your spine.
Of Shows pursuing a course of t1;,
'Tbousand Jtave: found thu most .

study for in a education.Miss master'sdegree soothing relief they have "'"._' How Long Will'It"Take?

Featuring Collins was editor aver known for the ,pain ofHEDIIATISU ( r "
Very likely, fif nerve pressure is. .
of the '61 RattlerA. and ARTHRITIS with ij; i. ,
causing your trouble. This is decidedby
and M. yearbook). FAMU h Rheuaanon P.E.S. capsules. {
Chiropractic examination.
staff photo by Horace .J>>
Unlike, other
jones preparations t;:" .
WL A&euaanon was made especially : How Much Will It Cost?

___ j to*he Ip relieve conditions f
StruckCar ,which maybe causing the fPl That depends on each case. The cost
is nominal when compared with conventional

Today' Top Stars Jerome Bennett 33, of Don't go on suffering when .

2025 Wister St. died TOU may ger such soothing t

IN PERSON early Sunday from injuries comforting relief with Bhen- _

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was struck by
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will bless the day yon did
t nett was hit by a car
driven by Ralph James but accept no substitutes- ,
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..rri Catoma St. When he (Ben-

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JACKSONVILLE IS PAST coming Into its own with other* MISSISSIPPI PAGEANT" in the person of Miss Carburetor ServiceJ. No Extra Cost J

'# cities along the lines oC big time sports. The city Vi Etta Keyes, center, Grenada, Jfiss. accepts her W. HOUGABOOK, Mechanic

,now has big time wrestling bowling golf and no trophy from Henry Briggs, public .relations K director '1361 Kings_. Road EL. 43658'Jack's ... PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS'
comes big time baseball. In time, it could be in the Tougaloo Southern Christian College. The trophy was 1 I 254 Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 50938BORY'S

remote future, but in time there will be boxing, hocky donated "by the Moss H. Kendrix 't I ,
and other sporting events. It has had pro football and D. C. public relations firm. At right is Body & Repair Shop ,
basketball. Of course ,it is understood that the MOTEL & RESTAURANTServing
pro Miss Thelma Sims "Miss Mississippi
Pageant" for
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city has no pro basketball nor football teams but 1960. .. -...- "
the foresighted sportsmen of the city has seen to it Auto Painting WELDING Fine Foods-(Bring Your Bottle)

that the fans have the opportunity to see both. News. Of Gihbs 'U.S."Seeks End ,! This/ Weeks Special/2 Fried Chicken 75c

NOT THAT WE KNOW but that we heard and if we are
'wrong see the public, butt ,is being said that Bethune 3426 Moncrief Rd.. EL 6.9356FUEL HOURS DAILY
Icookiaan is snubbing the idea of playing Edward Waters Junior; Coif/eg/ To Labor Bio* I I 7904 Kings Rd. PO 59503Blue

But for the life of wecan't ,-
College in a post season game. By Deloris Hammond WASHINGTON---A OILS .
see how such a thing could be true. Judging, from CAMPUS VISITORThe ment plan to persuade govern- --4 ,Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels

the records of ,both schools it couldn't be a let downState Rev. W. A. Watson, Tampa giant labor unions to BYRD& SONS'FUEL

Bethune-Cookman. Albany defeated Bethunefor Evangelist and GJC alumnus, conduct "plans for pro- 12 BROAD ST. 635 Va W. ASHLEYEL

Cookman and Edward Waters defeated Albany 'State was a recent visitor to the gress in eliminatingjob OIL & BOTTLE GAS .SERVICE 4-9493 EL 49105JOHNNIE'S
RATTLERS could hardly do more than pileup Gibbs Junior College Campus. SELL/Clean
FLORIDA A & M discrimination WE and Repair
a- ALL
The Rev. Watson had returnedto OF
the two .
against Edward Waters. Since '
a 76-0 score the Tampa Bay Area from a gainst Negroes is now being OIL and-GAS .HEATERS
'schools have not played, who knows whether or not the very 'interesting' northern sent to industry'sleaders ROOMING HOUSEALL
score would be that much. It is within keeping to turn tour. .1 6334 Resllawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7

,down an offer to play Edward Waters, but why scorn the it was announcedOct. MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms

idea? It is true that the Wildcats are in the SIAC team He visited relatives and 29.Seeking. INDEPENDENT OIL CO.
in the Orange Blossom Classic. friends in New Jersey spoke to have the international by Day, Night or Week

,to two civic in unions ,
THE ROSE BOWL ORANGE BOWL, Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl groups Newark. adopt KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY 27 West Ashley St. EL 5-4025
"N. J. and in
.. preached Phil- the government sponsored-
the Bowl teams'inthe '
nor Gator games are played between and
adelphia Virginia. plan Mechanic On Duty
same conference. Fort Valley State is in the SIAC He is now on an evangelistic on job equality I

and they played Edward Waters. It is believed a postseason ,tour of Florida. pledges is Jerry R. JAMES ;FAULKNER, Mechanic BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPSO'Neal's
Holleman, executive vice ,
W game between Edward Waters College and: Bethune- IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor
president of President
t Cookman College would be a sellout. MINISTER' GRQUP
EL 6-9432 Beauty Salon
Jefferson Sts.
Kennedy's Committee State
r WHILE LOOKING OVER POINTS compiled by the undefeated The Rev. W. A. Smith on :

teams of the nation, the points compiled by the Florid faculty member is sponsor or Equal Employment Op- Specialist In Hair Setting-/
a new student organization portunity. FUNERAL HOMES
A&M Rattlers were carefully noted, but it is nothing-
the Student Ministerial Fellowship Speaking to a local
Styling Cutting
unusual. Unless the Rattlers step out of the SIA .

'C"and play teams from other conferences, it is like an The Purpose of this groupis Association branch of the for National the Advancement Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home APPOINTMENTS CALL

Army tank running over a toy train. The Rattlers have to provide fellowship for Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator
dominated the SIAC throughout the years and just about persons interested in full-
-' christian 'Holleman said that 1602 W. 15th St. EL 6-2945
,all they get out of a conference game is a'plenty of time service. Fel- since Mary L. Breaker, Mgr.
the is
lowship will be provided government a
,exercise, not even a good scrimmage. through guidance and profess- major customer with most 1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4689Carter's STYLIST BEAUTY SALONHAIR
THE ONLY TIME THE STRENGTH of the Rattlers is testedis
ional information.The of the defense contractorsit .. I I
when they step out of the SIAC to play bother Rev. MacDavid Williams carries pretty big Funeral Home STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING
conferences. Now don't go getting the wrong impression is president of the group.
stick which it doesn't 1346 DAVIS ... EL 4.9911
no one is attemptingtotake a, thing away Other officers are; Henry have with thee unions. 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
from Jake Gaither and his superior coaching staff, for Lyons vice president; Tom r Mrs. Christine Brown

we do 'believe that it is among the best in the country Diamond secretary; and Ted Sammie L. Davis L.F.D., Manager

.but we do say and contend that the strength of the Lockhart.STATE ATHLETIC reporter.MEETING Reports Find 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4-OSd 6 RESTAURANTS FOODSBubba's

Rattlers" is never tested by its SIAC games. Coach Norman Jackson was
WHO CAN REMEMBER *WHEN a Rattler game withaanother SIAC host to delegates to the one Gibbs In
team been 7-6 or 13-12, or 14-7 or 14-0. Scores like day session of the Florida Good .; Shop
these, are unheard of in re-years in the SIAC 'where the Junior College Athletic Association StandingSt. -

Rattlers are concerned. They Just too powerful for held this week. JENNINGS MARKET HOME COOKED FOODS
Petersburg An Audit-
the company they keep. It is either a case of too much Main item of business was ors report of Gibbs Junior, Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop.
the ratification of the Con-
Groceries and Meats .
Rattlers or not enough the others. stitution. College's finances for the OPEN 24 HOURS

THE ANNUAL GAME AGAINST Southern University or the COLLEGE CHOIR fiscal year 1960-61. showed Citrus Boxes '
Fancy :617 West Ashley Street EL 4-9701
with A&T team in the Blossom the institution to be in I .
game Aggies or a Orange The Junior College Choir returned excellent -
: .....
Classic is when the real line test is made or how fast to the radio airways condition.The Bonded and Licensed Shippers '

and aggressive the backfield is. It is only through last Sunday following a summer report filed in countyand : Bertha's Bnr-B-Q & Restaurants
state educational 1767 Kings Rd. EL 54278DrugsSundries
vacation.The offices,
games like these is the coaching a standout. The test
also lauded Richard C. Smith _. I SOUTHERN HOME COOKING
< resumed its
of the of group regular .
combination SWEAT BLOOD and TEARS is only:. "Music For who as business manager is
made when the competition is strong enough to giveas. Understanding program Hearts" over responsible for the Junior STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS

.well as take. BEST WISHES FOR THE RATTLERS. station WIMP at 10:30. College's finances.The 824 W. Beaver EL 49583IVORY'S

The group has a total of 65 Jerico Pharmacy Inc. I .
voices featuring some of auditor's report showed BARBECUE
ATTENTION READERS that Smith handled
Tamps's finest singers.The 521473.03 We Fill Any Doctor's PrescriptionFREE
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4 Church News Club Notices & .Announcements they sing at St. Paul AME federal sources and On Prescription STEAKS, CHOPS, CHICKEN, SEAFOODS
Church. 59925.12 that was receivedfrom
To The FLORIDA STAR Early Sponsors are members of the Internal accounts.The PHARMACIST ON DUTY /702 W. Ashley EL 49123MOM'S *'

Health and Education Association College ended the fiscal I -- __ _
,2323'Moncrief Rd*. Corner. 13th Street of Tampa. Inc. year with a balance of Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Daily

-. BOOK REVIEW $41.158 Biggest items of the 951 West CWlvi Street EL 3-9268 KITCHENOPEN
Students representing the institution's expenses were 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK
L i
t PHOTOGRAPHS FOR Student Council and the Social salaries instructional A COMPLETE DINNER FROM SOt UP
Science Department will review supplies and plant main- LILLY'S DRUG STORES rfr. Louis Ford Mgr.
the book. "The Black Muslins tenance.
EVERY OCCASION in America" Monday in the Smith's expert handling of A Complete Line of 1285 Kings Rd. EL 49321'JZeb.{ ...EL 5-4220
Gibbs Auditorium. the more than half a million
Expert Photography The book written:, by C. Eric dollar budget enabled Gibbs JC COSMETICSRUBBER (GOODS ..,
Lincoln is being read by to receive the highest poss- John Springleton's Place
Poriraiii Weddings Basque .
Student Council President ible rating on the 16 items CANDIESSUNDRIES
I_ Passports & Identification jPkoioi Theodore lockhart'. He will of audit. Such a superior SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKEN
Photostats &: Comm.dal.Wosk, leadthe discussion followingits rating led Pinellas County Prescriptions Called for and Delivered FOODS
Pfeofos For Newspaper yCois review. Schools superintendent FloydT. Rd. EL 58276MER
While You Walt Faculty member Mrs. Hester Christian to remark: "Thisis 1907 Kings .'26JP KING AVE. Fl 9-9295
Coloring & icinre Fraa&sg Price typed the manuscript for a remarkable job" J .A ___ "
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pURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 \ FLORIDA STAB: r| a .. :!'l l

- 1 AtT Riflemen I ffcmton-B1W ttvofev Dcfes" Back "To: 192S \ II

,L's Batting Crown Winners j e. .. ___ > .;
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t' :. :. -' '< ". ; FORT BRAGG. N. C. The ROTCf
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; Varsity Rifle Team of A&T
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.. '% Cbllege last week defeated a r i i te@i.C.w .
: team representing Pope Air :
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Force Base. 1308-1287 in a II
.J1 shoulder-to-shoulder match!

conducted here on Saturday.A .

-' Pope AFB marksman A/Cj
r'l Albert Overstreet. took high 4a
fL x scoring honors with a 270-
mark. edging A&T's Charles
,' $ ? 11t ; Richardson of Washington. ::1

D. C., who hit for 268.
' # 3. The victory for AST was the
second of the season in as

many matches. The winning com- .
/p 1Ay bination is coached by r
Sergeants Allison Webb. Jr. .
of the Army ROTC Detachment,' rI

and Jesse L Suggs of they
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YORK When New York OLD IVALS.-- 'he grid rivalry between Jax' Stanton High School's Blue Devils and the Booker T. Washington

Giants' Eric Barnes recently Tornadoes of Miami dates back to the mid-twenties-1925. During their recent clash in Miami this year

intercepted an Eddie Le Baron Stanton won 13-12 in a typically hard fought contest duplicating their 1960 contest which the Blue

pass deep in. the end zone Devils copped by a 12-0 tally. Stanton holds the edge in games won with 13 wins, 7 losses and 4 ties. '
his 102-yards dash all the Stanton is still piloted by James (Bubblin') Small. Dean of Prep School coaches whose regime began in
way for a touchdown tied a 1934. Another veteran Coach Everett of the Tornadoes has headed the Miamians staff for 20 years. Tor-
National Football League nadoes shown kneeling from left are: Andrew Clear Willie Austin Bartholemew Johnson Richard Leuned.
record. Lonzie Nicholas Leroy Milton Robert Adderley' George Washington Allen Hooks and Noran Holtop Secondrow

e. Barnes' run sparked the from left: Nathaniel Ray, James Postel, Harold Robinson John Pinder Rodney Thompson Rodney Taylor, I
Giants to a 31-10 win over Alonzo Ballard Calvin Butler. Ellis Ayers and Alphonso Goldwire. Third row from left: Samuel Brown
the Dallas Cowboys. James Green Nathan Daskins Walter Wadley Nathaniel Strong Frank Hartley. Robert Thomas Willie Fisher
Ronald Green. Leroy Jackson Willie J. Scott. Seabron Johnson. Cedric Murray and Willie Moore. Fourthrow

Quotes from left: Willie Edwards. Mack Lamb Erwin Hamilton Jesse London, Larry Little Anthony Jones,
Henry King Charles Mitchell Rodney Jones Richard Brown Willie 0. Scott Solomon Bostic. Bottom photo

Of The WeekTALLAHASSEE shows Coach Small center foreground Wallace Rassberry. assistant coach and the Stanton squad. I

WILLIE MAYS (left), of the San Francisco Giants scored

the most runs, 129; 'his teammate Orlando Depeda, home- I Furman Bisher, Cardinal Scout Hampton Prtps Rookie Cited
(run leader with (46) and Roberto Clements of the Pi- I the Atlanta Journal sports Saturday'sGrid
rates, batting champion .
[ (.351) editor who came to watch the For Juniata
I FSU-Georgia hassle had''a ScoresFla. HAMPTON Va. At Hampton
couple of impressions of Institute the Fighting Piratesare I
M Jesse Smith (Florida MM s Rattlers after riding high after top-

Tloyal Crown I watching them maul Morris ping the Va. State Trogans
Cola Meets Brown 56.0. A&M 60S. C. State 0 6-0 Oct. 21.. This victory
JoeyNovember I He allowed as how the] N. C. College 26..Shaw 0 moved the Pirates from

Rattlers had "enough kanga- N. C. A&T 19. Morgan State eleventh to third position in

Watch This Clown 6f/i/ ,I roo-type runners to start an Fisk U. 15..Knoxville 12 the CIAA Conference. Hamptonis b3L
Olympic team, and the deeperhe now sporting a 2-2 con-
85 98 74 (Coach Jake Gaither) dug Benedict 37. Miles 6 ference record and 3-2 over-
}:r 317 40 515 the faster they seemed to get: : Dela. State 24..St. Paul 12 all.
it CHICAGO Local middleweight I He was so impressed with the In moving out of the second! s
6. 7 Virginia St. 6..Virginia U. 0
I boxer Jesse Smith, A&M band that he was movedto > division Hampton may well
Maryland 32..Norfolk St. 0
B 4 who recently decisioned declare: ttae must surely i have stymied the efforts of RS 6u
: ... Mor-ehouse St. 20..Clark 12 ;; .,
Ernie Buford in a 10- 'have to be a better athlete the conference challengerswith pr
a II \, 4 rounder at Marigold 'Garden, I I to play in the band than t g : ; Jackson Livingston 14..Harding 10 their total defensive

'";' J has. been signed to meet I I! play on the football team." ..... ...: ".._._. v__J.. ..,.,-,,_ 11 St. Augustine 14..Grambling 22..Elizabeth 13 7 'average' of 135.5. That is
199-33-235 veteran Joey Giardello ina Bill McGrotha. sports editor. ---
I I GEORGE CROWEST. Morris 14. Paine 0 good for a fifth place and
16-50-2 Nov. 6, 10 round bout in Ir Tallahassee Democrat--From LOUIS George Crowe the Pirates are improvingwith
r Savannah 6..Albany St. 0 .. .
International k..r
Amphitheatre. I the Sidelines. greatest home-run pinch' Tuskegee 27..Ft. Valley Stl 14 every game. They have
Sometimes be1* a] I
Sometimes he's down Giardello one-time ranking Moore Defends hitter in the history of.baseball N. C. College 26. Shaw 0'' not been scored on in their BILLY WILLIAMS. 23-year old
\ Be add. ohtracta middle weight contender bails I ; has signed a con Hampton Inst. 37..Howard 01 last three games and cockinessmay Alabama-born outfielder for

Be works it aO aroeadi from Philadelphia. Title In JapanTOKYO tract to scout for the Miss. Southern 33..Ab. Ctian. be. the only handicap in the Chicago Cubs was named
AftuSl Smith has now won 36 of 46 I II Cardinals it was announced Alcorn A&M 34..Miss Voc. 0 up-an ;coming tilts. This the National League's"Rookie
I professional gfights. I Arrivi. here on by General Manager Bing De- is the tear of head coach '
of the Year" by a
99 385 U I I II W. Salem 20. .J. C. Smith 12
I Oct. 22. world's feather- vine. Prarie View 25..Ark. A&M 16 Ben Whaley ss he prepareshis poll of United Press Inter-
weight champion' Davey Moore The 38-year-old Crowe recentlY buccaneers for an intersectional -\i national sports exper
Town to Get Phil. Smith 17..J. C'tian 8
Don't Have to Go to '
1 You given his unconditional'
began preparation to defend I Il Southern U. 59..Texas Coll. 0 game with Juniata' Williams batted .278 fort
his crown against Japan' release as a player bytthe College in Huntingdon Pa.j s'eason.
l | Tex. Southern 20. .Wiley 0 '
featherweight champion Charleston W. Va. club of Nov. 4.
LOVEPRICES Kazuo Takayama here Nov. 13. the International League a .-

., Marking the second defense Cardinal affiliate, holds
of his title here agaihst the major league record of'
On Your Takayama the 15-round bout 14 pinch homers. The Fabulous New
His finest in the
will be held in Tokyo'sKuramae year big
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