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November 11, 1961
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I ] 12.NO. '32 _nd. NEWS SATURDAY' NOVEMBER 11. 1961 1S! '

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D., n. y 4r Shaw's Defeat Is Lai :' :

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'PRINCIPAL FIGURES: Clarence Mitchell (left)' director of the National Association's. 0 Negro PoliticiansMiami

Washington Bureau, West ley V. Law, national director and president of the Georgia ,
State and ,Savannah, and Rev. J. B. F. Williams, president of the host Jacksonville

Branch state along with Fla. State President, Dr. Leon A. Lowry and Robert Saunders, ;,' ..,. .
field secretary, will be s
among the principal program participants ,when the '
Fla. State Conference of NAACP branches and youth councils hold Mayor' Vows
their 21st Clean-up
nual, ,.conference here Nov. 1619. I' an. Jax Leaders' 'Do
'- Nothingness'Shuts

Negro May Lose Eyesight ; Dr. C B. McIntosh Of Numbers Eric 0.; Simpson Jax Hard HitBy Door On 1st Candidate

Charges: Unwarranted Assault' Heads. Brewster Leander J. Shaw. Jr. local attorney, polled fourth

: MIAMI The numbers game in in a field of 15 and thus lost in his
plorida bid
Pediatrics Dept.. --whether its bo to become the
A 21-year old Negro has Cuba, stocks and lita, first
filed suit Negro elected
asking for$100.000 or any of the other "variations to the Duval County Board of School

In damages against Lake City for a reported beating One of the recent changes is definitely in the doldrums these days. *' Trustees. In the school trustee race. the three top vote
him in the local Jail by four Lake. City at Brewster Methodist There is a serious slumpin getters from three of the five school tax districts
police officers during the early hours of September Hospital is the appoint- Miami and Jacksonville are
be selected to serve for
22. 1961. willing pick _up a two year term. Shaw's total of
The claimant. Rufus ment of Dr. Charles Byron the two largest cities in the czar's mantle is tellinghis 3,067 votes was 349 short of incumbent trustee Gordan
charges. McIntosh as Chief of Ser-
Cason of Clustee states Meanwhile, Cason has vice in the Pediatrics Florida, which at.,one time agents he can't promise A. Duncan. Jr.'s 3416. Duncan. L. B. McCullough and
that he was taken from a: had the biggest operations.The ,them Dr. Hugh Wilcox all
been receiving medical Department to succeed Dr. any protection. incumbents were returned to office.
by the jailer
duty and three other on treatment, first from Dr. Morris Price who has held shut-down in Miami Jacksonville bankers found Political observers had

Kilgore in MacClenny and the position over a long was brought about by Mayor themselves
policemen to a privateroom staring at conceded that Shaw was almost leaders and community
'then from Dr. E, H. period of time. Robert K'ing High who has of
scores hits
and beaten by the ranging a sure victor in the 'politicians. Strangely
four men with blackjacks rashington after moving Dr. McIntosh was born ordered a general cleanup.of from 50 cents to five
race usually generates enough the which
to Jacksonville. March 13, 1927 in West group
to "teach} him the bolita operation dollars. j
Palm Beach Florida. in One Jacksonville little public benefit most
Refused Hospital Service He response. i by the
how to talk about white ,.' ,obtained the Magic !J !y and has im-_ matron 'alone hadi.$45- '
""*' a relative with whom'he.has his':preme.dtcali ; Olb. However, in this caopaighn --presence-of-a-Negro on the

people.According to C son, he' been residing with education lat Flb 'ida-AT plfineuted his'order.rth; a the winning 31. The Miami the daily papers contributed school trustee board the

_h." here said that at times and M. University and New series of raids in the' and Tampa operators, too, -- j Negro school family worked

Cason has been subjectedto York University. He holdsa colored areas where the had their share of woes. hardest against the

.... .. seizures evidently B. S. and M.S degrees, operation thrives- most. So, with Bobby Kenedy 4d candidate. Negro
"' -: due to the results of graduating in 1948 and In a meeting
To make
.,. the' alleged beatings. in 1950. matters worse, turning on the heat from held last week school
.;'.:.: -:' High has vowed to stamp Washington the Internal
He is
: The relative went on to a 1955 graduate of superintendent Ish Brant

.".."r, say that he had taken Meharry Medical College out all forma of illegal Revenue Service probing in spoke before a group of

the young man to Duval Nashville, Tenn. with an gambling in Miami.In 'Jacksonville and Mayor High thirty odd school figures

Medical Center for M.D. degree, and internedfor Jacksonville, a seriesof knocking off every bolita and asked for the

treatment on several oc- one year at Flushing heavy "hits" starting house he could find in ,! of the reelection -

cassions, but that he Hospital and Dispensary with 1'1'which repeated the incumbents,
Miami the
receives 'a shot to alleviate from 1955 to 1956. Dr.. next week followed by 80 going looks Duncan. Wilcox and Mc-' .
,.", ; i. the pain or McIntosh is licensed to ,(whicho"happened-t be included mighty rough for the Cullough in order to com-

'I.t. ; .. pilFs.' practice in Florida and in a Florida Star numbers game in Florida. plete carrying out "hisprogram"

'" "" Last Sunday Nov. 5, Georgia. His residenciesare .
feature Jaxon
:. ." .' /. .r. .l". .. Cason was taken by ambulance : Flushing Hospitaland known as 'TheClown" Shotguns The group'responded
'.'.' during Dispensary (Pedi- seen on page 7) LEANDER
": '.;",c. early Son In Law J. SHAW Jft printing thousands
afternoon after having atricts); Queens Hospital helped to discourage one

suffered an attack. The Center (Tribore Hospitalfor banker who closed up shop During ArgumentLeon a stream of news articles tickets bearing the names

'' relative said that the Ciest Diseases) and without advance notice. which helped to spur the of the three white

_ condition worsened and I ,Senior Resident in Pedi- Another bad break came Hayes. 41, Jof 1412 usually lethargic white candidates and worked

RUFUS CASON that they waited in the atricts, 19571958.In last Madison Street was wounded vote and caused a record tirelessly until after the
Saturday for the
.Seeks Damages center for four hours Fellowships, he holds last Tuesday in his home number of votes to be cast election.
while awaiting treatment the distinction of being operators who are still in this
with one blast from shot- race. The total of
and Chester a
Childs '
"Finally the relative resident physician in holding, on wheats:: 'tell on Witnesses Accuse
were riding ,gun following an 12.715 persons which voted B
in the argument
telephoned Casons attorney charge of Camp NYDA (.New Cuba. The number 13 has
Childs car when they police reported. was about three timestthe Alachua
Earl M. Johnson York Diabetes Association) been ja,, heavily played but Lawman H
were stopped by police and -he-pas. given a July and August 1958. He ""slow coming Witness told police Hayes number who usually vote, ina
pair of
who digits.
the car'smuffler. slight checkup but no did his post graduatework But and Fugene Norman had been school trustee election. a. ,' say
sedative at St. Francis Hospital Saturday soaething One local daily made the a

The the two Lake men were takento The two men reported for Cardiac Diseases. happened: 31 ran hot. It -1.-- ,,_.z L.,.. ",.J"f-.--5-,:\ .:-i"iii1- following comments. "If 4 S
City jail and :
that the doctor who v Roslyn., L. I. New York.I I seem as though scorers of 'g '
lodged. Cason said that Negro voters had used a de-
seemed to evidently ,be He holds membership in players switched to 31. .,
he talked to several ; ::: !. vice many thought
in the New York : : they
charge, finally sug- Diabetes For one thing many Star .' "J
prisoners about the gested that they see a Association.Dr. readers ., would their candidate

seemingly injustice of private doctor implying'that McIntosh came ,to "worked" it out probably would have won" .
the act and he believed ,of the "Clown" feature T xr
they (the doctors) Brewster Methodist Hos- Prior to the election, many
_ F that the Jailer over- 'did pital in page 7.However".
not wish to become September 1958. observers throught
heard his complaints. He is the Negro
involved in tile case. considered well breaks
Beaten while In ChairHe Voters might "single shot"
Money Needed qualified for his new du- alone were not entirely responsible -
went o'n to say that For Treatment .ties.A the candidate Leander J. -
for the Jacksonville 11'EP1iEST MAHAMKK
the four officers cameo ,; The relative went on new Pedlatricts department banker's decision Shaw to vote for him and lAccnses..PolicemaaGainesville II .
his cell and then to
to say that sometimes is now under for no other candidate in -
con- .
throw in the towel. It f ,
took him to the privateroom was -- Testimonywas
Cason would be lying in struction at Brewster, 'M a the trustee race. Some
and'made him sit ina bed and severe pains in and when it is completed understood that the Internal :... Negro precincts completed here Wednes-

chair with his arms the head and back would ', it will be one of the most Revenue Service- hot on have seemed to il day in the trial of
outstretched. He added followed this pro- Robert
Policeman Paul Owens
'overcome him. The rela- beautiful and modern departments the heels of the Gateway
that they then started cedure in the been
main but who has charged with
tive seems to think that in the city. City operator aad othersof LEON EVANS '
beating him with black- this others vetted for Shaw and intent to commit second-
comes from ..
pressureon the profession. .Awaits Hearing '
jacks. Cason received the brain.I also spread out votes for degree murder on Ernest Ma-

reported fractures on t has also been Deputies Nab REPLACEMENT WANTED arguing all afternoon the other candidates." hamery. 31 yew' old Alachua -
both sides of h s"head, theyssaid the wife of the Negra last Sept. 9.
rusoredxthat one of the Pine/fas' With the abdication of the In the 15 precincts which
a damaged and Escapee
spine, Late accused man left home Mahamery testified that
severe damage to his were Involved City policemen in who Bolita King of the colored carrying a shotgun with her. are virtually all Negro owens 51, hit him without
left which the incident areas came the, need. I 10.000 freeholders
eye may e- for a and are provocation following an
has been fired. was by No no an.
ventually result in CLEARWATER A 23-year old successor to thej unenviable eligible to vote. Of that alleged incident in a
Persons .wisjjing_ to re- After a few oinutes had
blindness. !" further information man already under a 27- crown. There 'are many who passed'the accused man number Shaw receive 2,284 Alachua juke spot follow-

the Facing Judge hearing the following before or to aid the young- year sentences for armed want the high profits that and his wife came back to votes. These same.precinctsgave i ing an there.argument with a

man in robbery and escape from come in to the the Incumbents woman
day. Cason heard himself any way may cod- czar but the house with Norman carryIng more Owens contended that the
tact Mrs. Helen Telfair Raiford Prison was captured there are just than 600 votes in
charged with being drunk ,: as many who the gun witnesses said. some cases instrument was not a black-
3804 Spires St. Jacksonville Tuesday after having made'successful will leave I Precinct 3-A alone
and themselves
disorderly. He'then The wife went Inside the gave jack but a 'flapjack' whichis
told the judge about the Florida. ? escape from vulnerable to the terrific house and Norman walked each white candidate over different from a black-
beating and the Jurist $ officers taking bin to headaches upon 100 votes. .
that will Inevitably the porch and shot One candidate jack.
i ordered Cason taken from FLORIDA TAl. court to face an auto follow, especially time through the one polled 365 votes in 7 of, As a result of the alleged '

the court for a few theft charge. since Atty. General Robert door screen the 11 all Negro beating Owens said he was
witnesses pre-
minutes. Childs mean- Sheriff deputies meaning Kenedy has declared war on told police. cincts. knocked unconscious, hospi-
while had been released. roadblock Investigating officers ra 11 zed, and did not
IN EVERY a captured John ,the gaablers The blame for Shaws defeat regain
from Maine to
Upon his return Cason. said when they arrived they consciousness for about
Simmons driving a car which came as a distinct -
said that the judge told found weeks.
Hayes lying just in- thre.e It.was also
stolen froa a,43-1ear surprise to most
him he was washing his, old The situation is so !'side the front door with brought out during the
hands of the whole St. Petersburg schoolteacher a white political observersrest trial that
affair COlOftfflHOME critical in Jacksonville wound in the Mahamery s

and dismissed the *: ,. Leroy' Rhodes. that..Gee-operator _who,.would chest. upper right solely on the shoulderof speech has become affected
from the
the so called Negro beating. :'

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.ERIC O. SIMPSON............................:...............Managing Editor at the luncheon for United Nations Leaders,

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MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: <' a a t "I am happy to be here at the luncheon for

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effect that I had said all--he had, nothing
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MIAMI., FLA. NC3-217S tf. Since- then he has done so much that there is '

1 rlT not much. more for me to say. He has recognized
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I 1. City and County Civil Service Jobs is here because the United
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2. Negro
States has been the principal
:: 3. Negro Firemen h
supporter of it. Tile asking for
4. More Negro Police Officers J'. + !: : {
*" -i !, aid Mr. Tubman has used i t and
his own resources to 'hel p advance -.._
LIFE AND DEATHEditor 'I the living conditions and at the SIMPSON'

c.f; : '4 j same time give a better government to his peo-

Max Ascoli of The Reporter, a maga- 1 !*e has recognized that Liberty alone is not

zine of the liberal persuasion, has.this tc Lh 4 enough. "Liberty is not itself government, "
say about the Communist leaders: ""Much more % :._ { 11.x,1 Woodrow Wilson said. "In the wrong hands, in

than Marxism makes for the inhumanity of their INVALIDATED BY THE 'COURT, ENFORCEMENT MUST BE BY THE FFDFRAL GOVERNMENT hands unpracticed, undisciplined, it is incompatible -
system and, their drive toward world conquest --' with government. "

They cannot tolerate freedom' or prosperity at I While none of us can claim perfection, Mr.

their borders; and to gain the goods the ser- = Your Weekly Tubman has set a fine example of what can be

vices, the choices that civilization provides done as much by self-reliance as by accepting

their allies and sterilizing their freedom.The Horoscope Guide aid. He has welcomed people to invest in the

first on the list, of course, is West enterprises and development of the resourcesof

Germany; the last but by no means the least is his country and given those who have gone
us. This is the newest and most infamous form WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR there for that purpose protection and
J every
of colonialism. BUSINESS -lOVE TRAVEL opportunity.If .

The long editorial from which this excerpt is it were within my power to give
you a medal -
taken amounts to a rousing attack on the "bet- By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER in recognition of your efforts, Mr. Presi-

ter Red than dead movement, which has developed dent, it would be Maxima Cum Laude.It .

a certain following in England and ARIES risk of exposure with may be most vulnerable to is heartening to see how you have advancednot

elsewhere. It is a movement which, if successful Born March 21 thru April 20 I rather explosive con- insidious suggestions and' only the interest of your country but that ".

would give the Kremlin everything it. Do not spoil all the excellent I sequences, from the 18th compulsions on the 18th of the United Nations thereby helping to bring
wants, with hardly a struggle, and lead to the achievements that 'thru 22nd. You probably thru 20th. peace for all mankind..
enslavement of the world. So another thing Mr. would enjoy ,Thanksgdving -

Ascoli says deserves the widest currency: you may have chalked up Day better if you set a 3-90-77-17-72-397 "
previously by getting I
.the negotiations that are in prospect now limit to your, intake of SAGITTARIUS 'ind I
yourself involved in com- the. 3
are on a matter of life and death for us. If promising situations or food and. avoid the com- Born Nov 23 thru Dec. 21 strength

we negotiate away Berlin and Germany, that pany of individuals who The confusion that may '
make NATO negotiable. It is to be assumed that entanglements (18th thru irritate you (23rd) still be raging from with= for life.
20th). Keep in ,close con-
our administration's leaders do not consider in could be dispelled if your .
tact with the one who
the survival of our nation as negotiable. 150661587156LEO you give your intuition,
shares your life and
That, puts this tremendous issue in cold; material or any of the higher
clear and accurate perspective. Born July 23 thru Aug. 22 forces, a chance to inter-
to sow discord or depriveyou
Whether you are moving, vene and provide the
of yaluable cash and
assets. Either one, or renovating' or entertaining needed guidance. You open
guests and members of the the door a little wider 'l'an ![
REAL VACATIONINGPaul both, could be the victimsof pics f
deception and it is family circle, you are for their admission when
likely to find"yourself, you recognize your'shortcomings -
easier to stand guard -
J. Cupp, president of the American Stores when your vigilance is and everyone else con and express a iI

Company, writes: "There are some good citizens coordinated, 22nd, if you cerned, lost in a maze -willingness to turn overa

who raise objection to the vacations taken b Your want to spend Thanksgiving.Day of confusion. maritalor new leaf. Join those ,

country's Presidents. The frequency, the ,in the most agreeableway partnership contro- you like best for a happy -- ,
duration, the publicity of these 'leaves' from possible. versies that may be proYoked Thanksgiving ,Day and offer

work are objected to, often by well meaning during this period, sincere thanks. -
people. could lead to unfavorable ,
"The physical and mental strain under which TAURUS consequences, financial 6-40-99-16-85-649 j.A92

men in high office work is something of which Born April 21 thru May 20 reverses, and considerable\ CAPRICORN _

the average man has little knowledge. The opportunity Your tendency to believein .unhappiness, you may find Born. Dec. 22 ihru Jan 19 _

to get away for re-creation and rest the sincerity and it more agreeable to' spend Someone may be working on \

is as important as the time spent at the desk. honesty .of those who flat- Th aiksgiviag'' Day you in sublet ways, to M

"The need for vacation periods h.as been in ter you or work onyour quietly (2rd ) influence your judgment.As .

emotions, is just the one long as you know it,
"The need for vacation periods has been increasingly that you should checkat 9-70-88-11-42-978 you are perfectly capableof '

recognized by industry, both man- this time. There are so VIRGO dealing with the situation ;.:
agement and labor, and today it, is an expected many tricky elements Born Aug. 23, Uttu Sept.._ 22 in your own way. jI/

part of life. It is important, however, to floating about, that you You can rise above your Cater only to the friends I

recognize it as a need and not an opportunityfor can hardly trust your own uncertainties when who are on an even plane :-r O

further wear and tear on our nervous sys- own feelings either. you give your intellectual with you intellectuallyand .P /

tems. .To endure excessive exposure to sun, or Fortunately, the Thanks- powers ticklish free situations.rein during You spiritually) Those who

plant poisons, or suffer water accidents or giving holiday (23rd) are out for a good time r
be called to takea
automobile collision is not the purpose of a should offer a welcome 1-80-33-15-21-183
vacation. It is rather a time to rest the respite for the Taureanswho trip to make coveringyour > AQUARIUS -THEN HE ACCUSED MEOFBUYIN67HIS

body, restore the soul, revive the spirit and havo found life a bit arrangements Born Jan. 20 thru F b. 18
renew the strength. To do this and enjoy it too hectic for their associations or There are powerful forces YEARS STYLES WITH NEXT YEAR'S MONEY?

is real vacationing. tAntes. Also consider th. financial interests. aligned to divert you
Friendliness should pre-
4-30-22-12-58-432 from your established '
dominate on ThanksgivingDay I
I goals or to get you to
THE FIRES OF AUTUMN GEMINIBorn (23rd). part with your cash but
May 21. thru June 20
7- 0-55- 8-92-785 you should not give them-
The selection of food.aasto any opening to get at you.

content quality and LIBRA You may also give in to
The scarlets and golds of autumn are moving Born
Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22
down from the trees to litter the ground, a Quantity, is an important ,the extravagant whims'that ,

cycle of nature which satisfies some and factor in the maintenance It is. easy to recall catch up with you, every ', = J I'
irritates others. To the irritatedthis is the of physical well-being. 'one's misfortunes, but it once in a while, and that S -t' k

season of inescapable raking and burning, of Should you fell that you also is a fla, of human can also become a sourceof -:

backache and smoke-filled eyes. are in need of further nature to overlook the controversy. All shouldbe :'. : :
he satisfied ones, who are in tune with clarification in these good things that come to serene on Thanksgiving '

nature, see the leaves as manna. :To them it is respects, it may be bene- one and -all on happier Pay (23rd), and that is

Heaven-sent fertilizer, fodder for the compost ficial to go to your doctor occasions. All Librans something that you can

heap which, come April will be rich and have a general should check behind the be thankful for. ;L-i

humus to nourish the flowers of spring.To checkup (18th thru 20th). scenes of their private

the mulch-culture clan, burning leaves isa Also take the necessary lives. and take the necessary 4-55-44-11-25-454

sin against ''nature. They scorn the burneras safeguards against care- steps to liberate Feb. PISCESBorn 19 thru March_20 ,
lessness or potential themselves You will feel
either a wanton destroyer or an ignoramuswho There are times when

deserves_ neither grasps petunias nqr hazards where you work. better, once this is each and everyone of us
tomatoes.But You would feel Bach safer done, and can give thanks
feels inclined to take a .
the of when you have the neces for blessings
despite protests and alarms conservationists hopeless view of what lies
the smoke rolls high; and not sary, insurance cojrermge.
in store for humanity.This .
,necessarily. because the man with the torch is"a wherever, or foi '\"tev r. 8-10-44-19-45-814 SCORPIO may be done by consulting 1400 WRBC 1400 L
botanical nitwit. He may know perfectly well you dees necessKt, Make *
Born Oct. 23 thru Nov. 22 the one closest to '
the merit of.'leaves as mulch and plant food. peace the main Inurfitent Even if are receiving you or if you are not so -FJCATURJ3KEN : -

He succumbs not from ignorance ,but nec ssit y. on the 22nd tv on guidance you from one favored, by calling on the KNIGHT '"
After he has covered the perennials and' Thanksgiving Day (23rd .:
professionals who
are competent
of the ,most reliable -FR2SZNTZNQ-
banked the evergreens: with leaves he'still 5-20-11-14-78-521 J
to deal
sources in the; universe, with your KNIGHT TRAIN .
may have enough of a surplus to make a compost CANCER particular problems 8.9 P.M. 13.1 NIGHTLY
thru July your Intuition, there are
Bom June 21 22.
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: PAGE' .3. __ ,_.- ... .... '''q -.v- ..- >. :.. FLORIDA STAR .. SATURDAY NOVFMBFR II, 1961

'Y.1t'iCA'. Father-Son Banquet Was Well Attended' Beatrice Polke /

SiuEk&liv&es ------ --. -. Wins "MissStanfon" : 'Wedding Belte-

i Applications for
Contest Man'Iaga.
Beatrice Polks was the Licenses
winner of the annual Miss

BIRTHS AT BREWSTER R 1wlAb -r i Stanton contest which was Albert Wallace 1820 16th Ave.

concluded last Friday at Meridian, Miss., 25 and Shirley
New Stanton Senior High Ansley 6843 Jammes Rd., 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cecil C. B. Bell 1184 Kings
School by a school-wide Road, 34 and Gladys Glenn 1111McConihe
Adams 2411 W. State St. ,
i? 1Mt aR..cxasa? student election period. 20.

Boy.Ur. and Mrs. Timothy Beatrice is a member of Theo. Jackson, 2825 German-

Griffin, 743 W. State lii ix the 12-7 homeroom and she town St., Dayton Ohio, 19 and
is a member of the Glee Mattie M. Felix, 1430 W. 14th
St. Twin-girls.
Club. The eleventh grade SU 20.Johnny.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hopkins D. Holloway 1563 W.
; 1177 W. 8th St.". J attendant is Joyce Andersonof Beaver St, 18 and Geneva Cox,
Girl. .. ; I= : the 10-6 homeroom. 2007 W. 18th St, 15.
i y.My.i = f ; i? Miss Stanton and her attendants Franklin Bennett, 622 W. StateSt.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pres- .
w* :. i aS-.S J will be crowned ., 19 and Loretta Matthews,
ley, 5540 Silverdale -. :- i .
S 5715 Begonia Rd., 17.
r Friday night during the
Avenue' Boy. : Casey Jones, 1852 W. 4th St.
Ur. and Urs* Charlie --' homecoming game 23 and Catheriner Parker 942
Frazier, 2411 E. LincolnCt. in the Myrtle Avenue BallPark Oakley St, 17..
1 according MissL.
., Girl. Oscar McKeller Jr., 612 E.
Ur. and Mrs. Boxie Hart- ; :: r-rwfwrp.wwwr .,,w a.,,, E. Solomon chairmanof Union St. 19 and Jacquelie D.
: tw XLYS f..raarsasrp r r-rrw+wr wsa rrefw rxrf frarya.N w.rr w. i 'nf l..wt.wwr.r e-r rrrwasfa.www w.w.-ws.rwwr rw'q y F .a.w.+.y..;,, ,:? the Miss Stanton Con- Miller, 531 McCormick Lane. 15.
field 6122 Spirea St. l..wfn. .wsrrrra r. rrw.p.w -fr.wl.wwrY..ew '
test activities. James Green, Jr., 57 Warren
Boy. __-- St., Charleston S. C., 23 and
Ur. and Urs. Willie. } t .. "The entire contest Amenia Shahab 1316 W. 32nd
t lasted almost one school St. 24.Leon.
1944 Albert St. t
month 'and was not based I L. Bell, 1086 Van BurenSt.
Girl. on money raising projects.It ., 32 and Rhodia M. Young, 2380
Mr. and Urs. Willie W. 45th St. 23.

Mobley 1942 W. 44th St. was decided several Henry J. Williams, 2140 Maud
Girl. years ago when the Miss Court 26 and Wilhemina Fitz-

Ur. and Mrs. Bobby New- te5 Loyalty Drive. was discontinued gerald, 4526 Old St. AugustineRd.
FranklinSt. I that it was in .. 16.Henry.
some 1081 H. Boyd, 1116 Evergreen -
keeping with the better
., Boy. I I Ave., 22 and Dollie Jean
Ur. and Mrs. Berry Davis I trends in supervising I II Brown 1230 W. 3rd St. 16.

5633 Monosa Circle Boy. S; school activities to e- Walter C. Bryant, 1505 W. 21st
Walter '{9 N ,I liminate fund raising St. 23 and Mamie Louise Jones,
Mr. and Mrs.
yy 1505 W. 21st St., 22.
Green, 5542 Dakota Dr. drives as a part of the David Valentine, 1894 Coyles

Boy. r selection of Miss Stanton Ave., Deland, Fla., 41 and Lula

Ur. and Mrs. Willie a;..... ..aP"t'-- ; and/or her attendants" Mae Gibson 2567 Pearl St. 39.

Irving, 5721 Finch Avenue THE YMCA's ROLE in community ,life was ably demonstrated recently when a large turnout of. fathers and sons was the statement made by Sammie L. R. Ivery, 708 H

Boy. along with *Y officials attended the Father-Son banquet and program in John E. Ford Elementary School. Principal Charles D. Davis St.,, 20 and Jo A. Neither
Brooks who the ; -
emphasized ;909 Madison St. 19.
2840 Ur. and Begonia Mrs. Earl Rd.Mainor. Boy. ,R. V_.Daniels,, chairman of the program committee supervised the event. Thomas Hargrave .is the institution's fact that from now on all James Wm. Berry 1153 Pacetti

efforts around the school St., 22 and Katherine
Ur. and Mrs. Emmett Perry. executive secretary.Deltas fc _____ _w_.. will be centered around 1063 W. Duval St., 21. O. Mann.
1947 Louisiana St. Boy.
Jax AKA Group exposing the students to Geo. H. Swain 1778 Kings Rd.,
Ur. and Mrs. Ben A. turn-
50 and
er, 1598 W. 15th St. Are Feted 'Junior Lodge 131 Mrs G. HargravesHosts Slate Term PlansGamma ways themselves and means of culturally developing ,- ston St.Blanche,. 43.Les. Felder 2202 Dan-

Boy.Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Turner By Soror BrutonThe .Sets $1 Million GroupThe i Rho Omega Chapter of and educationally. .

'1729 W. 45th St.-. ,Tea Nov. 19th i Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority really It is the help right prepare time our to Douces
Just For Fun Club
Junior Lodge No. 131 are Inc. met recently to formulate youths for their world of
Ur. and ''Urs. Dan Young-
was during its
blood. 1345 PalmettoSt. November meeting of sponsoring a Million Dollar plans for the term and tomorrow through better Slated FeteThe
regular meeting by Mrs.
Girl. Delta Sigma Theta Sororitywas Contestants Tea which will Geraldine Hargraves recently the following committee appointments ways of living and serving
held in-the Vernon
Mr. and Mrs. John Eaves be held in the home of at her 3527 Japonica were made by the Mr. Brooks said. club Les Touces recently -
Road home of Soror Thoma-
1916 W. 24th St. Boy. sina McFarland. Soror Little Pamela B. Williams Road residence. I Basileus Soror Estelle J. C. sponsored a pre-

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mozell Bruton served as 1041 W. 8th Street, Sunday. Following a brief business Williams. Paige Halloween social and

Johnson. 2165 McQuade St. hostess. Nov. 19 from.4 until 6 p.m.Observe'Annual session, rounds of Whist Executive Committee; Soror musicale at Cedar Oak Island
played with Al- AttendedCollege
were Mrs.
Girl. Plans were made for mem- Estelle Williams chairman; with a large attendance of
Ur. and Mrs. Earl Johnson 'yeria Davis winning first I ,
bers to attend the Officers -
Sorors Ruth Solomon, Erma i members and guests enjoyingthe
4523 Highland Court, Boy. Round Tables will honors and Mrs. Lena MeetJoseph .
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis be held in December in House and Mrs. Edna Iz- Word, Annie Williams affair.
Milliner 633 So. LincolnCt. this area. The Officers Day zard second 'and their Louise Sheffield Mabel C. Paige Chairman The next event planned by

Boy. ,' Round Tables will be goingon The annual observance Qf prizes, respectively. Wright, Aldonia Seabrook, of the Division of Natural the club will be announcedin

Mr. and Mrs. Archie simultaneously across Women's Day will be held Members present were: Amy Currie, Guelda White Sciences and Mathematics this paper. Miss Amenua
Roundtree. 1105 E. 5th the country and will be Mesdames Fannie Bradford, Thelma Vivian
Nov. 19 at Zion Hope Baptist Jones Ingram. Shahab, Reporter.
St. Girl. Daisy Foster Gladys Hen- i 'Director of Public Relations a
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene serviced by national of- \ Church. derson Beatrice Williams Helen Gibson and Betty I t and Charlie Wells, editor-

Sanders. 5804 Broad St. ficers National Committee \Officials for the day Geneva Henderson. Guests Howard. '| in-chief of the "Tiger's Sometimes

,Girl. Jftomea and staffs. are Miss Florence Nelson, were: Mrs. Henrietta Abney ACHR: Ruth Solomon chair- ;I' Claw official college BABY NEEDS .A
Mr. and Mrs. James Lang, The purpose of the meet- 'chairman; Mrs. Lucille and Mrs. Naomi Doggett.The man; Sorors Alma Daniels

4104 Leonard Circle, I ing is to define leadership .Lowery; co-chairman; Mrs. next meeting will be Pearl Miller Florite Smith i newspaper, are among the LAXATIVE, TOOFor

Girl. roles and the sorority's' Pearlie Mae Smalls, secretary held Nov. 14 at the home Margarette Mitchell, Jonnie ., 1,000 representatives of over 60 years mothers have relied -

Mr. and Mrs. .Evans Thome, program goals for the .* of Mrs. Geneva Henderson, Smith. colleges and universities on gentle"BABY EASE."Pleasant
I Cowart and Evelyn
3208 Haines St. Girl. Golden Anniversary year. : 2528 Spires St. attending the joint annual tasting easy to give liquid,Tege-
Budget: Soror Mabel Wright, table-pare "BABY EASE" brings
t j meetings of the National comfort without binding. "BABY
chairman; Sorors Joan | Council of College Publica- EASE"* does not contain opiate or
Spaulding Paralee Davis strong laxatives. Ask your druggist
SOCIALLY= SPEAKING i tions Advisors and the for the special babies laxative,
Willie Green Jolita Simmons "
I I Associated Collegiate Press. "BABY EASE.
Betty Howard, Rebecca I.. --- _.
with.- Martin and Annie Williams. "

idea .of subscription dances which is LOUISE nationwide -G. .GUINYARDThe tion is decideQly" proper experts, on the game advocate Campbell Membership, chairman; Soror; Mattie Sorors r fregnant ? ;0 0Keep

has become increasingly popular within recent slacks shorts and pedal pusher as being more Jonnie Cowart Luella Mc- I.
years. Whether the sponsoring group is aiding charity practical. 'Bride Blanche Johnston and ,

or making more scholarships available to deserving Ruth Williams. ,, ..

girls and boys we respond cheerfully and spend an .s Music; Soror Julie Hazzard. your tillal'J:- skin soft and ..--.J,

I enjoyable evening with friends_, secure in the knowledgethat We wish to remind you culturally-minded Jaxons that chairman; Sorors Joan Spaul- ; smooth with MOTHERS numo: Neglect RELAX mM

we are contributing to a worthy c 'use. the annual 1961 Fantabulous Frolics which is being dling Rosemond Satterwhite. *of body show skin up tissues for the dunnf rest of pregnancymay your life WITH AW,

Interestingly the need to help the unfortunate increases diligently. rehearsed by members of its .sponsoring Yearbook; Soror Louise This compounded famous skin to conditioner relieve the is discom especially

Jacksonville Urban League Guild promises to be the fort of that stretched feeling in your MOTHERSFRIEND" !
rather then decreases thus we should find Sheffield chairman; Sorors skin. You'll find a somwrruaxo i
more groups spearheading balls with their 'favorite grandest, most glorious .presentation ever. This year Louise Durden GwendolynBell massage can be soothing fortht

charity or scholarship fund reaping the benefit. presentation is slated for Wednesday night, .Nov. 22.at and Iris Knox._ SCholar- J L. too. numbing Take cart in legs of your and back body rnnrxTs

noticed that one of our leading- Southern cities has 8 p. m. in Duval County Armory. ship; Soror Nellyvonne Russell -; skin with never MOTHERS regret it nutxDYoull At drug '- MASSAGE ,

twenty subscription dances on the social calendar for "C\ chairman; Sorors f stores everywhere. a product of S.S.S, COMPANY.ATLANTA '
the Christmas season alone. Add to that those held at Camilla Thompson, Aldonia

other times during the year, and consider the zest with Seabrook Erma Word and
Top flight local talent will be seen in an Ed Sullivan )? ';
which people respond to dance invitations and you have Dorthy Peterson. I1

thousands of dollars pouring into charity tills. type variety show featuring dance routines 'a chorus Shoe Fund; Soror Elizabeth T '., ..
line comedians vocal selections and a colored
spec- Jasmin. By-laws Soror '
: ,
tacle of gorgeously costumed ladies featured backgroundscenes. I

This year's bevy of exotic, glamorous beauties Sorors Thelma Elizabeth Jones chairman Jasmin; {' Which word is oRder

The Jefferson Street home of Dr. and Mrs. 'W. W. Schell will be well worth the subscription fee charged at- Elizabeth Redding, Annie

was the scene of a recent tendees. Invitations will be
sent out. but since this
Williams and Ruth Solomon.
meeting of Les Trieze Amies is a benefit affair. the proceeds will be used to Project; Soror Iris Knox Ginorf .

Bridge Club. Mrs Schell ri support the guild's program. chairman80rors Vivian ; ,
Gordon ?
invited Mrs. Lois Iszard as, )ngr m, Erma Word, Norma :

guest player. .. White Annie
_ E Williams Helen

_ Mrs. Winona Britt Miss aMiss Classic Lassies Bridge Club met last weekend in the .Gibson. Elizabeth Redding

Gwendolyn Schell and Miss Geranium Road home of Ur. and Mrs.* William R. Toney. and Rosemond Satterwhite.

Ruth Broome were high scorer ,,':''t7 ....y,. 'O, ..,_,-".,': Mrs. Sara Wright, Urs. Margaret Starkes. and Mrs. Pounder's Day: Alma Daniels
for the evening. Urs. Ruth : : ;."- :.:: Minnie Gadling were winners 'of club prizes. Urs. chairman; Sorors Thelma

Banner; Urs. Pauline Smith -- L.''t-,_..;...=,..1 Dorothy Oliver won the door prize. Mrs. Alvetal Allen. Jones, Grace Monroe. Anetta ft '

Coatsie Jones, ,Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Washington, Mrs. Juanita Williams. Mrs Walker Lillian Alston
Joan Spaulding. Urs. Geneva Henderson and Mrs. Grace Winona Britt. Norma White
Bridge Group Hostess
Sykes were among others present. v Iris Knox. Luther James
Vivian Satterwhite. Mrs Florence Wilson. Mrs. Carolyn

Miller Mrs Margaret'sutton and Urs. Lillian Singleton Frorence Turner and Annie rr
were among other members present. f. .,.
Members of the Founders
Mrs. Barbara Walker was hostess to Les Fleurs Whist DISTILLED
Day and Project Committeeare
s held at the lONDONDRYGIN '
Club last Saturday evening at a meeting -
formulating plans for '
Lincoln' Golf and Country Club. Urs. Sophia White and l
Mrs. Margaret Wilson. Mrs Geneva Henderson and the first "AKA" Week to } wWat.w.r M KWUItr+.w ruil
with the latter
Urs. Emma Hair were guest players, ,
Miss Thomasine Calhoun were guest players when Las winning the guest prize. Urs. Dorothy Dunlap. Mrs. be held in the near future. .,4( '.

Senoras met recently at the Lincoln Golf and Country of The next Sorority meeting
Betty Belton and Mrs. Faye Helms were recipients
Club. Mrs Mildred Christopher was. hostess. will be held November 28th
club prizes. Mrs. Ruby Dwight. Miss Estelle Williams
Miss Daisy Baker Urs. Jessie Patterson, and Mrs. Helen Cornelia Sorors Louise Sheffield -
Villarin. Mrs. Juanita Wyatt. .
Mrs. Irma
Toney were prize winners. Mrs. Freddie .Batts. Mrs other members Plorita Smith and Qin is 69 older but
Oree and Mrs. Helen were among Ruth 'Solomon years sinces
Mildred Peterson, and Urs. Theodophia Childs were among serving as

other members present. x present.. S S hostesses. Highlighting Qordorfs was introduced
the meeting will be the w
Mrs. Geneva Wheeler was guest player when Les Elites

S Bridge Club met recently at the Lincoln Golf and. Country Boule report in England in 1769, it has been

Bowling has become a favorite topic of conversation S '

in Jacksonville and everyone is anxiously awaiting the Mrs. Alvenia Scriven Miss Anna B. Minatee, and Mrs TOOTHACHE the world'sf

.Marie McClain were high scorers Oonl suffer needless%.. Get speedy rt
,., opening of the new bowling lanes on Edgewood Avenue. lief from throbbing pain of tocUucht JTIUIO lOiOOl D IT KWlUTUt SPlllTJ OUTHHt)ROY CUlt SO paw.COIOOI'S .
Even at the bridge tables and among the bridge players_, Mrs. Lois Avery Vernal YcConeM Hrs. Johnnie with toes fast m seconds.acting OftA-JCL Guaranteed Pain DIY CU C8.1TOUUUU.I...."ODUCT CU.tA.a' jl

who have heretofore expressed interest only in bridge.. Mitchell Mrs. Maxine Jackson. Mrs. Ann McIntosh Mrs. or money back.All drug stores. .:: r

Questions have been asked about propel bowling attire Bernice-Henderson' and Mrs. Elizabeth Simoons were ::{ _' f ;

for. women, and although the skirt and blouse coabina- among others participating in the meeting,




.Edward Wafer Coffeg V..Ai Assoefotibii I

'Broadway Theatrical Extravaganza. featuring, c.HuRCuNEWS I IThe

dramatic highlights from famous Broadway shows with

,renown personnel who appeared in these productions will, .

be presented by .Edward Waters College in the gymnasiua,1 1 y.'s t xh

of New 'Stanton High School, Jacksonville, 'on November annual Women's Day observance at Mt Sinai

29th at 8:00 p.m. The program is being sponsored by { S.a. Baptist Church will be celebrated Sunday Nov. 26

the lyceum committee., It is the first presentation for with an elaborate ,program planned for the day long

the 1961-62 season. event, with many of the community's
Appearing-on the program"are personalities to be featured..The public is invited.

Irving; Barnes Baritone Second, Baptist N b Rev. H. H. Robinson is pastor. The church is locatedat

Juanita King Soprano; Wal- Women Lunch Lee and sixth streets. I ,

ter *. .
Brown Bass-Baritone;
Benjamin Gray Pianist; _. Choir 1 of Greater Macedonia Baptist Church will observe -

Doris Caliber, Mexxo-soprano The women of the Progressive r" F its 52nd anniversary Nov. 27. Mrs. Della Nea ly,

Aaron White Tenor, and Baptist State Senior .president, has announced a program will be renderedfor

Clyde Turner, Director- and Junior Women Conventions -, the occasion.The .

Tenor. auxilaires to the choir will also sponsor its annual tea Nov. 16
Progressive Baptist State
Barnes a lyric "baritone Convention of Florida at the home of Mrs., Lucy Gray from 4 to 6 p. m.

was soloist in "The weicome launched their financialand .

Aboard Show" 'Husky miscellaneous items A program will be rendered in the African United

Miller" in the Ford Radio drive for the Annual Dona- Church 1129 Milnor Street at 3 p.m. The program

Theatre's production. of tion Day to be held at : will feature musical selections, defense informationand

f''. Carmen. Jones," and Winner Florida Normal College Bible verses. The program is sponsored by Mrs.

on Eddie Dowling's "Big November 16. Dorothy Harmon.
Each year, under the .
has also .
Break 'Show. He '* .
leadership of Mrs. H. B.
played in Porgy and Bess on Miller and Mrs. Agnes L. '4' .r -. 1 District No. 6 of Evergreen Baptist Church will pre-

television, stage and in Dean of Sebring the i.. sent various ministers in a "Night of Preaching "

Moscow Russia. workers contribute largelyto Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. in the main auditorium of the church.

Juanita King, of Macon the special TriStatto The sermons will be delivered by the Reverends J. B.
Georgia, attended Knoxville Davis of Second Baptist, G. W. Davis of Friendship
College and Fisk,University.She the-special Tri-State Baptist. :
Movement for the school. .
has sung the lead in With the assistance of Reverends J. W. Perry of Emanuel Baptist, J. Calhounof

the Opera "Ouanga" at the the general president, Philadelphia Baptist Church and C. Jenkins. of

Metropolitan Opera House.. She I Rev. J.; C. Sams and other 'Ne \! I Abyssinia Baptist.A .

'has also appeared at Carnegie pastors, the 'groups plansto I "Night of Preaching is being sponsored by Rev. 0.
r .. ,
Hall. make their greatest .- r. ,1 .. \to Murray..
Walter P. Brown, has toured contribution to* this *

all but one of the 50 states year's affair: : The annual convocation of the Mt. Sinai Holines
The District Presidentswill ,; .. .
doing concerts. He made his ,, } n Church closed its 37th meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.
serve as areas lead- y_
broadway debut in 1951 with ers. Chairmen include Mrs. 'recently.

"Porgy and Bess" and toure Rosa Hillman, Mrs. AnnieM. J .. :. Elder L. M. Sparks was transferred back to Jacksonville -
Vienna Berlin, London and Dupont, Mrs. A. B. as pastor of Mt. Sinai Holiness Church. Elder

Paris with this production.Mr. Felder. Sparks is the founder and builder of the church whichis

Brown has been seen by I Mrs. Dora Barfield, Mrs.E. I located at 21st and Abbott Streets.
'Broadway audiences at the '' D. Dawson, Mrs. Rixie
Service is held each Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
Cook, Mrs. F. B. Smith >
New York City Center Opera An invitation is extended always to the public to
Mrs. Alexina Johnson, Mrs. :
House as: Sgt. Brown, i.n. Lena M. Hayes, Mrs. Mary nr 1k worship at the Mt. Sinai Holiness Church.
"Carmen Jones, Joe in i Holland. *

"Show Boat, Major Domo SEAL---letters for volunteers at Mrs. Jesse Mae Polke will render recital
Mrs. M. K. Gibson 'and\ XMAS were prepared mailing by a Stuffing Been a in the
in "Annie Get Your Gun, ; Mrs. Mae Ola Nickson. on November 1st at' the Wilder Park Recreation Center. The event, headed by Solomon I Funshine Spirit Church at 674 Florida Avenue,

and of the Jones began at 1:00 and continued through the evening until 9:00 November 18 at
one Gospelairs : Others who will be active p.m. p.m. I 8:30 p.m. The recital is sponsored by
in "Finian's Rainbow." Mrs. M. L; Johnson, i Hundreds of workders volunteered their services to assist the Tuberculosis Associa- I the S. E.; J. Clubs Mrs. Sadie Futton, chairman.

Mrs. Janie Phillips Mrs.G. tion in.getting the letters ready for mailing to Duval County residents. The I The pastor Mother Sarah F. Jones is
C. Vaught.. Mrs. Katie Christmas Seal Campaign opens on November 13. Capers Bradham campaign chairman, cordially extending -
an invitation
Your Nfegro Newspaper McKoy'of St. Petersburgh.Mrsl and Jones expressed sincere appreciation to the volunteers who gave their time to the public to attend this
M. M. Jones of and efforts to make the Stuffing Bee a success. More than 40,000 letters were com- all other church activities. Mother Jones

Stands For The Rights Tampa, Mrs.. Amelia Houstonof pleted during the, seven hour period. Jones stated. Top photo from left: Stuffing says all who worship God. may worship at the Sunshine

Of The Negro People Belle Glade. Bee chairman Solomon Jones; Mrs. Eleanor C. Davis, secretary of the TB association; Spiritual .Church. .

Capers Bradham seal campaign chairman; Mrs. Essie D. McCray street campaign The> members of st. .
--- ..... chairman; and Alexander Heard, chairman of TB association. Bottom pix shows Volun- sent the Philips FPiscopal Church will pre-
teer,workers completing project. annual bazaar Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in the
(Royal Art Studio Photos) r auditorium! of A. L. Lewis Junior High Fchool
Members of the
steering committee
are Alvin Unite

tc: .,9o. Mt. Sinai's WoOdlawn chairman; Mrs. W. D. McFarl in, co-chairman; Mrs'
i .1 Naomi Harris. R. p.,
: Mt. Ararat Mrs. Robinson. Alton Adams ticket
SI4e .
Women's Group 'committee; K. D. McFarlin. chairman
PresbyterianChurch. baby contest.
Sets Pastor'sAnniversary One of the
r special features
Sets be the talent show
Sunday FeteMt.
Notts, Fe tiThe Modernettes.featuring the Gretel and Gertie dancers and the

Sinai Baptist church's By L. N. Pearson Sr.

; Deaconess Board 1 will 35th anniversary observance .
$ S tJ observe its Fifthteen ,During a recital held last of Rev. Dallas J.
Sunday night, Miss Jacque-
Anniversary Tea Sunday
of Mt.
as pastor
,.. ; from 4 through 6 p.m SUn- line Smith of Jacksonville, Ararat Baptist Church is' t The. women of Zion Hope Baptist Church will observe

J 4. day in the church audi- a graduate of Southern scheduled for Nov. 12-19 their annual Women's Day Nov. 19 in the auditoriumof

torium instead of in the 'University of Louisiana, in the church audito- the church. .
: captured the attention of The officers are Miss Florence
,. home of Deacon and Mrs. A. rium. Nelson chairman;
: :W. Wilkins as was previously her entire audience Deacon Joseph L. Chatmanis Mrs. Lucille Lowery co-chairman; Mrs. Pearlie Mae

L. announced. Mrs. Mary J. sembled of Woodlawn in the United auditorium Presbyterian ., serving as chairman and i & alls, secretary; Mrs. s. M. Mann assistant secre-

Her mother or her sister? ., .nounced.Jackson president an- Church. She is a. ,Deacon Joshua Hillman is t tary; Mrs. Ida F. Fowler, treasurer;; Mrs. Cora Moore,
cochairman.The Youth Hour
member of the Baker County chairman.
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR The general public and service will open Other officers
public school department.Miss are Mrs. Agnes Wil liars
other church, organizations Sunday at 3 p.m. with: Rev., music chair-
Smith was accompaniedby man; Mrs.. Altamease
Whether you want the excitement of a different ., are invited Rev.H. talented pianist, P. H. Wilson of Bethel Hargrove BTU chairman; Mrs. Geneva
hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or H.' Robinson is' host Vernon .Smith, a ,student at Baptist InstitutionalChurch chairman of ushers; Mrs. Mattie Bolden. decora- .
gray hair ..insist on the long-lasting hairct' for "" pastor. Northwestern High School and congregation tion chairman; Mrs. Annie M. Cliett publicity chairman -

in the famous.red package-Godefroy's and a pupil of Prof. .in charge. The Rev. Ernest and Mrs. Lizzie Simpson, pastor for the day. Pev.
Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete ip s NOTicE. Richard "T. Hadley., Murray will be the speakerfor F. P. Simpson is pastor of Zion Hope.
one package-there's nothing else to buy. the Sunday evening
I 'm sure that the mockingbirds
service, ,. .. .
18 in our area hid their .
i4,4i. LOVELY Church News. Club News.News Other ministers scheduledto
COLORSLARIEUSE" heads 'neath wingsin '
lof Social Events Free of Charge. awe of the great har- participate in the observance ,Commercial : Weddings: .Portraits.
[Stories,shoulg reach the office Jby are; Rev. H. H.
vocal and instrumental
Ood.froy Mfg.Company: 3S' Olive St.*.St.L "I..Mo. Mondays 5 p.m.. Florida Star mony Wright, Rev. A. J. Hughes,
from the Smiths-
m -* -.1 -coming
2323>Moncrief Roadit's I Rev. C. J. Crosby Rev.W. .
related.In .
incidently not '
C. Nell, Rev. W. E.
appreciation to Miss ART 1 STUDIO
Young, Rev. B. L. Wynn, Ia'-
Smith coming to us in a [ ]
Rev. S. L. Badger, Rev.
time like this, whe was
Remus Smith Rev. R. L.
now Pepsi presented a beautiful p
Wilson, Rev. J. C. Rogers,
bouquet of flowers on behalf -
aw I M? : William Hill, Rev.J. .
for those who think young ment of of the the music church depart-by our J. Jones Rev. W. C. CLARENCE. 8JMQH 519: DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE, FLA.

befbre.We lead the full lift.1M own talented and versatile Mitchell Rev. James Bryant,
I1Illitrt1LjTt1 I Today we're onlhe go as never Elder W. K. Harper who Rev. J. C. Sams' Rev.

LPepsi ; is the lift for Pepsi-light, bracing, cleantastingPepsiCola. gave appreciative brief Charles Dailey. EvangelistMother

Inulillu1I1I1I1111111. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please7'PKPSNCOLA remarks. scheduled The eloping for service Nov. 19 at is -
.. coming Sunday. Nov.
12, church school will begin 7 p.m. and will feature Mt. Devine
at 3066 Woodlawn Road Ararat Choirs in a musical.

,under the direction of The programs will be under
...-;::, \ RevI" ;"P. iV'Wilspn. pastorOn the direction of Mrs. God Sent Healer and Advisor

a ..'! ,: Sundayevening. Nov. Hazel Gross Matthew McCOy

".' .. 12, at. 5 p.m*. there will Mrs. Eartha Harper and All Prayers and Hearings Free .

be the Mrs. Maryland Chever.
: a get-together
1 Are You Suffering-S1dc-Need Advice
Westminster Choir at 3066
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What your eyes see, your heart Bast believe and then

jonr heart will convince you that this Is the religions

..- WHEN YOU ABE ILL -. leader yon have been looking for. There is no pity for '
Yeti leek Tk Eat Duce ;
:those who are suffering and do not cose to be helpe' .
Wtoa You Doctor Prael-.1
One visit to this religions healer will convince
CM Exwi..e.d-Pk ua.rdr .
'yon that she is God's Messenger on earth. Mother Devlne'has -
TO rm
Tow riMUTijHaai. mm**
.4't Aeeorteg To You DMta'T: ftgrOrfm. -h] Just 'received a statue of Saint Theresa

W. Usw Osly _fa'-: from Montreal Canada. Ton east touch the statue to. beN

Tk...t:QaiHlY. Drafe Al c.. <:..E. .... healed.
:, Freprtoter
t. -y--' She'li tell your Past Present, Future Love Courtship.

\ 3 BEGISJEBED P$11E111CIits TO IHVK YOVf :'Lucky Numbers Lucky Days. MOTHER DEVINE guarantees;:

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I ft-O.'Sfate"NAA'CP:: Branches Meet Here Nov.. 16-19 I


Jax will Hosts Fla. NAACP Rev.. Williams, Amputation Of Both Legs :Judge Is Sorry

I Branches'" Here Nov. I/-I9 Promoted Fails To' Stem Youth's OutlookFifteen He Jailed Arty IHIOUSE '

Top national state ana local leaders will feature ORANGEBORG s.c. The

-the three-day 21st annual Florida Conference of NAACP months of confinement in Brewster. Methodist courtroom arrest and 15- I SOT4K..\n:1( Of HIt SAGJH
Branches which begins here Thursday Nov. 16 and windsup Hospital and the recent amputation of his one remaining minute jailing of NAACP .NIGHT CIU8.Dancing and

Sunday Nov. 19. it was announced by Rev. J.B. P.Willaims leg has failed, to dim the hope, courage and outlook"for (Attorney, Matthew Perry, won Entertainment and Patio.. SwimmingPool AH Rooms

,.,,.,president,. of. the host Jacksonville branch. a brighter ure for 18-year old Artis Lee Strigler of |Ian apology ,from Judge Fred with Private Tile Batfc.Caff.
:; 2645 Debra Drive. Shop end tMtowonf Con
Thursday '- .
opening session 'R
Lt: Fanning here. "mn Hag Fill PUKING
will be ..national: legislativeFathers a. : :"";' ." MIAMI, flA.
keynoted Dr.jA. ,4x -7" Mr.
by ': of sunshine. Perry was in court
Leon ,, ,,.-will be the mafn'speake 1F t.. !.. .. ....j 'fuc. on cat N.w..iwi. AVE.MC .
Lowry. state presi- Oct. 31 to defend Mrs. %to C during the finalday" A.rit.rw CMb 1/J
|rdent.: One of the feature S'F HOPES FOR LEGS Gloria Rackley, a Negro rite for CeIw.,.........1.....
which beginsa
[events will be the citing s program 'school teacher, charged with
3 p.m. When the time comes, Artis TO HAMPTON
outstanding state : HOUSE
I activitiesof trespassing by using the
: the .
embers of the clergy who Meanwhile hopes to be able to obtaina 'white DEPT.242QON.W.27THAVE
conferencewill v.tom.. i waiting room of the.Orange .
will ; the annual set of articial legs to
\ cited for their out- Regional Hospital.Mrs. .
center around workhovs :
I standing successes' during : t t help him once again assume. Rackley went to the ,
voter's registra- "
the organization's state- on membership drive t- 'inormal way of life and' hospital for emergency MIAMI FLORIDABE
'tion, .
wide civil rights offensive.St. employment treatment of her young
of theorganization
Stephens ,AYE Church church It has been learned that daughter whose hand was SURE TO SEE
Fifth and Davis sts. will organization conferencesand 'the set of artificial legs : broken in the physical SWINGING AFFAIRSOF
host the opening night' will cost $1600. When he ''education class of the
council meetingsand ,
youth 1961ALSO
session. REV. J. -B. F. WILLIAMS has recuperated from his nearby elementary school.

Friday's program will programs. ...Leaves Ebenezer.. Artis was the unfortunate recent operation, Artis' NAACP Field Secretary I.
climax with the annual victim of an accidental many friends in the Jack DeQuincy Newman reportedthat I
banquet in the Elks audi- ,Dr. CL, 'Williams: Rev. J.B.F. Williams, who ,gun shot wound nearly a' sonville area are planning'on all spectators had been THE FAMED

J torium with W. W. Law of Attends Phelps- has; been pastor of Ebenezer year and a half ago. He setting up a fundraising excluded from the court- MYRTLE JONES TRIO
Savannah Ga. serving as Methodist Church, corner immediately became the organization to room prior to the pro-

principal speaker. Stfckes l Project Ashley and Clay Sts. for ward of the Florida. Cripple purchase the artificiallegs. ceedings. ENIOY ,]I4JA2WI'
t Mr. Law is 'an NAACP the past four years has Children's Commission who 1 Mr. Perry was attemptingto T 'XX -
national ,director, presi- Mr. Charles L. Williams, .been:moved up from pastor have_ supervised medical'1' Meanwhile one may rest learn from the hospital's ,
dent of Georgia State NAACP .acting "dean and.. director. to. the office of District care by some of the City s 'assurred"thai( Artis is re- '':administrator a witness RelievesRheumatism

I Branches. and also head>, of the Evening Division Superintendent of the 'best known doctors' and a Reiving I the best care !why he saw fit to enter the

I the Savannah branch. He Isa attended the fall con- Jacksonville District of private' nurse. (possible under the super waiting room, "in the first

veteran NAACP leader and 'ference of the Phelps- the Florida Conference, vision of local physicians, place. *

spearheaded the successful .Stokes Fund Project for Central Jurisdiction. LOVING CARE 'BY-NURSE Nurse Parsons, and the When he sought a direct & Arthritis'

II boycott of biased Savannah the Improvement of Instruction As Superintendent he will commission. 'reply. Judge Fanning sustained -
Jl I f ''commercial enterprises. ", at Holy Knoll in have charge of churches in Artis' steadfast refusal'to an out-of-order TfiousandjrtBve found the moat

[J\ \, Clarence Mitchell, direc- Capahosic, Virginia. The Putman, Columbia, Duval, waver under two tremen- Macon. Ga. objection by opposing jsoothing relief they have
tor of the NAACP's- Washing- meeting was held on Clay, Nassau and st. John dous setbacks, the nec- :counsel. Mr Perry then rephrased fever known for the pain of

JI; ton bureau which- handles November 3-5. Counties of The Methodist essary loss by amputationof Ends Lunch his question. RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS with

.F Church. Rev. Williams has one leg last March, and Judge Fanning became angry. heumanon P.E.S. capsules.

y r had a busy ministry here the recent removalbothfor Counter Bias Mr. Perry insisted that he I nW like other preparations'

in Jacksonville, fitting the good of his healthof knew how to go about 'pro Hheuoanon was made especially'
MACON, Ga. The
f Set Inside Our Back Ad Cover on the of this I well in all facets of the remianing leg. an NAACP-led boycott threat of of the tecting the rights" of his to help relieve conditions'

r NO Telephone Directory i. community life, serving as. .entire downtown shopping client. Judge Fanning retorted which maybe causing the'
14i0NEY! REMANUFACTUREDDOWN President of the Interde of the remaining leg. area brought about peaceful that he knew how to agonizing pains of Pheumatlsm

nominational Minister's might be attributed to the integration of lunch coun- protect his courtroom.The and Arthritis. Don't wait.
yS 10,000 t Alliance, President of the constant and loving care ters here this week. NAACP attorney still Don't go on suffering when .
MILE L'Jtc'UP Local Branch of the NAACP An NAACP negotiating com- persisted that his line of :you may ger such_ soothing
I mittee, led by William p.
GUARANTEE member of the Mayor's Randall conferred with questioning was valid where- 'comforting relief with Rheu

Youth Council Urban League leaders of the local busi- upon Judge Fanning ordered manon. Ask your druggistfor
TO 24
H MONTHSTO AND Board of Directors of ness community and outlinedthe him jailed for contempt. Rheumanon today. You

i K PAY TRANSMISSIONS Brewster Hospital? community Association's selective When he returned to the will bless the day you did

Center Boy Scouts of buying plan, based on the courtroom, Mr. Perry said but accept no substitutes-
-DAY FOR ANY MAKE America Jacksonville Min- Savannah success. that he had meant no dis there is po substitute for
CAR OR TRUCKIN isterial Alliance, and Negroes were received cour- respect to the court. But !
teously when
they entered
committees specially crea- : Fw"1 variety and department he did not withdraw the Rhenmanon.unn

FREE ted for service to the stores and requested service question. .
OWING; community.Rev. a't lunch counters. Judge Fanning acknowledgedthat
1 p k
: I Walter Davis branch pre- be had acted bit
Williams will not a
'sident, said that integr- DRUG STORE
leave the city, as he Q. R : f ated stores include F. W. "too hastily" and added

EL 4-4444 plans to make his official Woolworth, j. j. Newberryand that he understood Mr. 1907 Kings RoaaNow

I I residence'on W. 15th. St. H. L. Green._ .,_ Perry's zeal.

He andMMrs. Williams wish .. .. .-.-
,to thank their many friends ;
ALL .for the many pleasant month
spent in Jacksonville, and .f OpenDR.

MOTOR EXCHANGE pledge to keep a true .
"LOOK fOR THE CHKKERBOARD" account'of them in the -
14 WEST UNION future: of the remaining leg
might be attributed to the .
constant and loving care
NoticeSpecial of his private nurse, Mrs. CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CLINIC
F. H. Parsons.

AnnouncementWhen During her daily tour of 2928 N. Myrtle Ave. Phone 356-5068
duty with her patient
Nurse Parsons is -
always in 1
You Need A CAB close proximity ,'6f 'her Myrtle and 20th Street Expressway i

INSIST ON. 'THE ;. patient who presently JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 4 -Ir--J
J lives on the third floor
of the Chronic Patient DR. SANFORD COHEN
Building. In his"wheel 1

\ chair, Artis is constantly Dr. Sanford Cohen is a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic -
ion the move, greeting other in Davenport, Iowa and has studied further at the Cleveland Collegein
patients, visitors, and Los Angeles. He interned at the Palmer Research Clinic and Clearview

New Deal And Lincoln CabsWith spreading. his cheerful... rays Sanitarium. .
.J\ Dr. Cohen is associated with the Owen Chiropractic Clinic in Jack- .

_. sonville. Well trained in his field, he has at his disposal the latest scien-
The Checker Border '1
tific instruments for a complete Chiropractic' analysis. You may consultDr.

r ,,' G.t In And Out With Grace And Dignity "NERVES, JUST NERVES"BY Cohen with full confidence and assurance.
Mrs. Cohen will act as receptionist for the Clinic.

have been told. Your
t trouble is nerves. just
nerves, that's all. ;t Can ,Chiropractic Help You?
Nerves are too importantto
the body to be dis- t Very likely, if there is nerve press reCALL
New Deal & Lincoln Cabs missed so easily! z "., G us for an appointment. will
Nerves make possible all 4 make a pressure pattern of your, spine.
movements, nerves transmit
Built For Your Complete/! ,Comfort And'Safety all sensation to the How Long Will It Take?
brain. Nerves make possi-
Bonded And Insured ble sight,' smell taste Very likely, if nerve pressure is'
and hearing. Nerves maintain t 'causing your, trouble. This is decided
.. >-,. balance and keep the by Chiropractic examination.
z'; body temperature at 98.6 .

;. degrees: Nerves control (. How Much Will It Cost? I
stomach '
;;... Special Reduced Rates blood action pressure blood flor."speech;; That depends on each case. The cost
: and breathing. Nerves make t is nominal when compared with conventional -
East Of Cleveland. From it possible to \\s w llow. methods. There is no charge for

: Sub Division To Or From Town 50'Cents In fact all functions J consultation.
:. taking place in the body .. -. ",-- -...., .- I
( 1\ West Of Cleveland Rd -To US-I ,Or.from are under control and coordination : "; -lJ .
of the nervous ; l' .. I
-- Sub Division To Or :From Town 75 Cenfi system. ;,f I II

; \ (Rates Are The Same ... p.- (One of published a series of in 'articles the- I I"I r .t 1 t tI

; I I
On Regular Pick-Up & Rhone .Calls ,<*:,- public and interest illustrate to explain the- ; 4_. i

: '' .; practice of Chiropractic Clinic 'Hours : I

: ". written by Dr. S. Cohen
', l' whose office is located at
.. ;.: v_ w' .
't.:-- ; .-"J' PUK'mtr':tItVICE CALL .. 2928 N. Myrtle ATeaue.RiA .Heft* T....., Wed. ftxfay : I

tNEW. DEAL And LINCOLN CO. 1IC Hi1CuHtci ;0& to 12.-OQ Noon ;
-' 2:00 ,.Me to*l6OD: P.M. t
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..';': If, +16JJ I adi 27. N* Myrtje. vi.PIte SetS JUtt. to 12 teen ,t tI

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Rated Classiest In Nation s !

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One of the ,. ,. ., )
Nation's most *
popular recreational .,,,')',: '' <:" '.!::
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facility's is slated for an auspicious grand opening -:..'xx-;::.,,, ..'
here Thursday night Nov. 17 at 'o'clock when the t :. .:. i1f: :,

plush, ultramodern Continental Bowling Lanes at an
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estimated cost of over three-quarters of a million
(Above ancfl below) Medicines and medical aid help wage the battle against the inroads of malaria,
dollars, opens at its 3118 spacious Edgewood Avenue leprosy and malnutrition. Food rice and cornmeal, flour and milk, are given to the sick and to II

location .- children. in orphanages.- ",.. mss'- :-: mato* _, -. I

Crown Consisting lanes,of the 36 huge Gold prise.The' .general public is t '.I I r '''' ,

facility will feature urged to register for the :

Brunswick automatic pin- free, attractive door i L

spotters, a free supervised prizes which will be given ----"' --- "
nursery for children, during the evening. S,. PETERSBURG Grlshon Erastus of Nairobi, Kenya, '
modern snack Maj. Taft East Africa, is being Interviewed by Gibbs Junior -
bar.. plenty Cunnings, The Firms Listed Below and Throughout This Publication Are Recommended
of free parking space, manager of the local bowling College co-ed, Miss Pearlie Higdon following his arrivalon .

modern ait-condition and lanes, is extending a per- the campus to study at the young institution. Nine .As Reputable. Establishments Specializing In Services. And Products. )

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heating ample seating and sonal invitation to entire other Africans are slated to study at'GJC this year. J

free Instruction from families as 'well as individuals (PHOTO _BY B'ALLARD) CLOTHINGWENDELL'S t HOTELS:- MOTELS ROQMS.t .

certified instructors. to attend the

Opening night ceremonies Friday night Nov. 17, 70' .. *t

will center around Dick clock grand opening of the Beth -Cook"a.n'. HighlightsDAYTONA ,FIESTA ,MOTELWe

Gottlieb. Continental s Continental Bowling Lanes. CLOTHING
BEACH Florida The Bethu CO. Cater To 'Discriminating Clientele
president serving as host ne-Cookman, College .
Wildcats recovered from their (REASONABLE RATES-DAY, WEEK or MONTH
city, and county officials Course Rattlers encounter with the SPECIALIZING IN MEN'S APPAREL l
and local religious leaders Offend of PAMU and defeated the Wildcats of Fort All Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V

and laymen serving as' In CarpentryWilliam Valley town crowd.by a score of 49-0 before a wildly cheeting home- 1279 Kings Rd. EL 4-5307 No Extra Cost

program participants. --- PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS

A prominent I local person D. Sweet The combination of Bobby play from Stanley Edwards j Ii .- 1 JI254! Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 5-0938

will roll out the first principal of Stanton Frazier passing and King *with 25 seconds left in the FUEL OILS .

to officially launch Davis receiving was too 4th -
ball period. The
Vocational High Evening extra point :
enter- much for the
Jax' new School, announced that of was no 'good. The extra

registration for a special Port Valley.In 'point was no good. Score at FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICEWE Fine Foods-((.Bring Your Bottle)

Je.Student short course in General the first quarter end of game Bethune-Cookman SELL Clean and Repair 'AU MAKES OF.. This/ / Weeks Special-]/? Fried Chicken 75c

:: ,Carpentry and Cabinet with 5 minutes gone Bobby College 49 Fort Valley 0. OIL and GAS HEATERS
,making will be held at Frazier passed to King BethuneCookman College
Restlawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7
the Vocational School, on Davis good for the TD-The will have its Homecoming 7904 Kings Rd. PO 5-9503
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began Monday, Nov. 6th Extra point was no good. on November 18th when the .
Blue & Charlie Ed.
Chip Hotels
The course is especially quarter BCC 6 Fort Wildcats meet Lane Colleg I i

helpful to persons cur- Valley 0. With 8 minutes I of Jackson, Tennessee at KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY ,:512 BROAD ST. 635'A W. ASHLEY

rently employed in the con- gone in the 2nd quarter Memorial Stadium. Mechanic On Duty j EL 4.9493 EL 4.9105
Cecil McClendon raced i
= struction desire to trades upgrade and them-who yards on a hand off from LINDA SCOTT writeslForWomen JAMES FAULKNER, MechanicIKE ii i j' .. 1 ,
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Bobby Frazier for the TD. JOSEPH, Proprietor
selves or acquire additional i j JOHNNIE'S HOUSEALL
-..:bg' skills. All work Corry Carmichael took a I OnlyJThe 'State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432 i ROOMING

t ", pass from Bobby Fraizer for MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms
;:l ,- in the course will
clever hostess can turn the FUNERAL HOMES
t 2 points On a from I
".. done on an individual pass easiest meal into a festive occasion by Day, Night or Week
:* C Frazier to Wilbert Jones with few touches. I
basis and the course is good for '45 yards and the Start with your a prettiest simple dinner- t Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home 327 West Ashley St. EL 5.4025

9I planned so that the ware, put out elegantly simple "t i
student may take that TO. The extra point was silver, your best crystal and linen 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE I,

.part of the course which* kicked by Bobby Frazier. candles, and and finish a floral off with centerpiece.lighted Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS

.he feels will be of some Half BCC 21 Fort Valley In choosing a centerpiece, keep 1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896
the bowl and arrangement low, or EL 4-689 O'Neal's
0. I ICarter's Beauty Salon
help to him or which meets -
so that your guests can see each' 'I _0 .
his particular needs. A 42 yard pass from other across the table.That's true
Frazier to John Wilkins of candles, too. Funeral Home Specialist In I Hair Selting-
I' Content of the course
I will include Basic Blue- with 50 seconds left in the Using soft* water* for coffee I 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Styling Cutting Waving TintingFOR

print Reading; Estimating; 3rd quarter was good for saves on the amount. you use, Sammie L. Davis, L.F.D., ,Manager APPOINTMENTS CALL
R the TO. The Extra point was according to The Lindsay Com .. Mrs. Inez O'Neal Operator
; Cost of Materials; Stair pany, manufacturer of the automatic 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4-0546 ,
_ Dwelling no good. 3rd Quarter BCC home water softener.
Building; Frame 1602 W. 15th St. EL 6-2945
27 Fort Valley 0. What's more it brings out all the I
Construction; Concrete delicious flavor that you enjoy in GROCERIES I
__ +b, Form Construction; Roof Frazier on a quarterbackkeep a good cup of coffee. Soft water STYLIST BEAUTY SALONHAIR
scored from 11 yards saves coffee,because it gets more
Framing; Use of Hand Tools "action" out -of the smaller JENNINGS MARKET STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING
out early in the 4th period. '
and Building Hardware. amount of grounds needed. This
I EL 4.9911
Other blocks will The extra point was goodon action plus the absence of taste- Groceries and Meats 1346 DAVIS
SHIRLEY MITCHELL ninth- j destroying minerals make the
a a pass from Stanley Mrs. Christine Brown
trade mathematics, coffee so tasty.
Fancy Citrus Boxes
grade student at James Edwards to George Williamsfor
Job safety and machine *
Weldon Johnson Junior High tool 'operation. 2 points. Fort Valley Here's a quick lunch menu 1that's Bonded and Licensed Shippers RESTAURANTSFOODS
School is proudly readingthe Trainingwill f '
deliciously satisfying. \ I
the crowd thrill j
distinguished certificate be given in the use i gave a Make hot beef consomme and add I 1767 Kings Rd. EL 5-4278
of the following when Clifford Brown took a skinless sliced franks.Serve with j I I Bubba's Coffee Shop
awarded her for maintaining power
pass from Homer Hills and bread slices, stuffed celery, I,. .
a 4.0. average tools. The planer, joiner, assorted relishes, the family's j DrugsSundriesJerico i HOME COOKED FOODS
bandsaw, wood lathe and ran 81 yards, however, the favorite beverages:) ,and a ginger- ;
following close of the the play was no good because of bread square. It will keep everyone Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop.
first six-weeks term. DeWalt Combination an off side penalty against going 'til dinner' t') Pharmacy, Inc. OPEN 24 HOURS
Saw. Special attention I
Shirley was the only will be given to finishing Fort Valley, Frazier on the Try this trick next time you We Fill Any Doctor's PrescriptionFREE .617 West Ashley Street EL 4.9701Bertha's

student to qualify for the ,! and quarterback keep, scoredon dissolve mild soap powder or I Pick and Service --. -
the use of the Up Delivery
:honor. She was presentedthe : steel flakes in a small amount of soft .
vaunted certificate by .I square. a 13 yard tun to make water. Store it for a dishwashing On Prescription Bar-B-Q & Restaurant
the score 41-0. Stanley liquid that's economical and
Mrs. E. L. George Dean of Any person 16 years of easy on the hands. 'I PHARMACIST ON DUTY SOUTHERN HOME COOKING
Edwards scored, the extra
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Girl age or older may registerfor point which was good for Children learn to be neat and : Hours 800 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.. Daily STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS
the tidy with !
course. compliments Compliment I
.(, Photo By Williams 2 points. Jerry Simmons the shining sparkle of a i 951 West Ddvis Street EL 3-9268 824 W. Beaver EL 49583IVORY'S
child's hair right after a sham- I t
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TI scored 26 yard I
on a pass
GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more"wiw5SHlWi : LILLY'S DRUG STORES
Freshmen Get Medical Check I II A Complete/ Line of .

702 W. Ashley
.. : .?.. ...fbotC ._ EL 49123'MOM'S :
Wilt ew vr fair t 0 l JO +1 1 _.
ruld MI know It ...c ... ray.. Hfc ; < H I CANDIES SUNDRIES -I -. ._-_

.U.b 4 0.h.t.p..* it. N. |Mick. N.with.....t..rh. brvthw w I it Prescriptions Called for and Delivered KITCHENOPEN
...will V. 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A
.. y..r b.., ...* boa 4y.4. LMTVMM ..*! ,. I 1907 Kings Rd. EL 5-8276
...4 M.lr..t-..dead c l.r-..a lr*.k'-" S... A COMPLETE DINNER FROM 50* UP ""
-Pt. vnifwiM I J Mr. Louis Ford
,. Sh.1.ft wIU ... nib lea.If.ltatt.1aL.It slay..._. ..aNI.,................. aint. I, u .. MER VON'S PHARMACY 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-9321 Jres<.EL 5-4220
wr.... H stroiyh.... .,. ........ ..... !- ,
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it .*. Y*. caa *' *r r. matterr .. >mi > _M.
.wbb *.*= ftlAOC ...,. aLAa. Free Pick Up and Delivery Service
All *.!.*. ttay pvf* John Springleton's Place

.f ..\ petit. _WONDER|wt.>.....rot<.<.CM TOUOONOY : ...............Lyn x.,.... For All Your. Drug Store Needs,
........CMI b.-*.....b.M......w...mU MM trw Ew DeaallIe.A,.. SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKEN
hi DOES d h,cri NOT. i...INTERFERE..,.*w t.,WITH Wfc....s.-w..CAU11ON..-.. d+r.d.d S and ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS
WML- Celena aa.cq. Dwb t. rrrts M ........ heLl..... .., Debt... : Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.-7 Days a week ,
rs w
...... b. StsF4.r.l T. ) c.t
A.bwta. p.p .... ..... KING AVE. FL 9.9295
.. tw. ii.r ..-..-. Y.. itt..r .. If s..w.L : 2735 W. Edgewood Ave. I 2639 _

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DIXIE = :" Phones PO 582-PO 5-9267 CL
i Sings Road end MyrtU I SAY "AH" A team of physicians from_ the Howard :

--- I University Medical School handled physical examinationsfor ; I Cavalier Cleaners & Laundry

the bumper crop of freshman students who entered WILLIE SMITH STORES

'I A&T College last week. 13 Outlets Serving
Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts
Dr. Robert S. Gibbs, New York City, examines Lady
Greater Jacksonville
: Eubanks, right, also of New York City as other girls Sundries and School Supplies

.1 watch the proceedings. They are from left to right 601 WEST ASHLEY STREET EL 4.1380
Lucille Hyman, Jacksonville N. C. ; Carol Ann Dixon 1230-1232 FLORIDA AVE. EL 6-9762

and Secile Jeffries, both of Burlington KL C. ,i j Pick Up and Delivery 2 Locations

-- IMPERIAL .SUNDRIES .... 4956 CLEVELAND RD ..........._.,........PO 4-9214
Patent Medicines Cosmetics 1056 POWHATTAN ST. ...?............_..EL .4-0047.

EVERY OCCASIONExport i; All Leading Hair PreparationsCOR. MISCELLANEOUS -

: '--;;'' PisogIT -.. ., l MOTHER E. M. JONES
"OLD FASHIONED"tr !. .1 Portrait 111riI .-.. JJIV'1'GV- KOZY KORNER -

P.lrlil & ManHflmttea li eMe43ttk SPIRITUAL ADVISOR
1fltOflaJ r I 1.. ... For y ifipapti Cvfti r NOTIONS GIFTSLUNCHES Service Every Thursday pjn.
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Gibson Joe Brown Sam ones/ 1 Averaging 57-Poinfs PerWILT ,Saturday's Breaks Record

:,Post High ERA Wins EasilyMANILLA ,Felix Mantilla r p

Go. To New'Club Grid ScoresEdw. ERNIE DAVIS Syracuse's
great ground, gainer broke
NEW YORK Former Jax! Jimmy Brown's collegiate
Braves lefty Juan Pizarro Dropping 'his t career scoring record
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latest move to bolsterthe t Waters .28 S.C
now with the Chicago opponent for a nocountin i Saturday when he totaled
Trade 8. f- ,
taffs of the National
119 yards on 22 tries for
White and the fifth and for
Fbx t. Louis a Fla. A. and M. 32 N.C.A. .
League's new New York Mets I a three aggregate of
Cardinals hurler Bob 9-count in the 11th, canto, and T. 12.
and Houston Colts ball ;;- 2, 143 yardsJimmy Brown,
Gibson world's N.C. Coll. 31 Morris
posted 3.05 and .
I now.with the Cleveland
clubs pitcher Sad Sam Brown 21. .
3.24 earned run averagesto champion Joe Brown of rS Browns netted 2.091 yards
Jones, of the Giants and
Alcorn A. and M. 20 -
finish fifth pmpng the Houston. Texas, won a while at Syracuse. Davis
Braves' infielder Felix Ark. A. and M. 18.
leaders of their respective unanimous decision by" .: paced Syracuse to'a 28-9
Mantilla have been sold Southern 5 Tenn. A. andI.
leagues for the 19B1 season easily outpointing 27-year 0.Jackson. Saturday upset over Pitts-
'to the two ,teams.A
Pizarro the Bert Fomodio 'of the :. burgh.
Puerto Pi-
20 Wiley 0.
workhorse Jones goes .
can star' with the blazing Phillipines here. to the Colts and Mantilla ti. : Miss Voc. 13 -S.C., State 8. 16-24-97
fast ball; earned the Referee Arch Hindman Win.-Salem 13 St. Augus-
will join the Mets.
praise of Manager Al Lopez scored the 15-rounder tine 8. 426 06 135
In other transations, : Va. Union
this past season by finish-' 7 -62, Judge Tony Petro- Joe 23-Morgan St. 1. -
Christopher of the Grabbling 23 Tex. Southern 7 2u'
ing two percentage points nella 70-66. and Judge Pittsburgh Pirates and, .t- 19.Miles. > -.-

behind the Orioles Milt Pafael Torres 62-P," all vIi Chacon of the'P'edshave :: 26 Tuskegee 12. 8 1
Pappas who finished for the 35-year old Brown.A been obtained by the Albany St. 27 Living 8 v \ 2

fourth place. capacity ,crowd of 35, Mets. r :y ti stone 16.Savannah.
Gibson, a former KarlenGlobetrotters' OCDjammed Aranetu ftadiUI'1I 31 Ala. State WaTch This Clown
standout, for the fight. Each figh- Coll. 10. '

placed four points behind ter weighed 135 pounds, Young, Caroline Ville Eliz. 6.City 7 .Fayette- 45-33-61
the fan Francisco lnnts' the lightweight limit. w r u 567 50 937
'4 i Lane 28 Fisk U. 20.
Mike McCormack He was one Receive Citations i
F Morehouse 20 Knoxville 6. Sometimes he's up
of the Pedbirds' pitching : Clark 6 Dillard 6. Sometimes he's down
stars. Morris 14 Kittrell 8. lie adds, subtract
Royal Crown CHICAGO Claude (Ruddy) t: Prarie View 41 Texas He works It aU Around

PATRONIZE Cola Young speedy halfback on Y a Yy Coll. 0. Coming Attractions
the 1944 team and J. c. Miss. Industrial' 42 Phil
Caroline, captain and Smith 14. 02-14-13-38
Fans speed merchant of the 1953 ---
Reaction Being AwaitedJax
,, eleven, were listed last
j. week among the Big Ten I i
football fans interested in witnessing 'a post- school's all-time greats.
: Potfi the former U. of CHAMBFPLAIN (13) goes into outer space to attempt
season game between Edward Waters and Bethune-Cookman
Illinois stars wrote their to block a field goal attempt by N.Y. Knicks' Phil Jordan
{[Colleges are being polled under joint_sponsorship. of naves indelibly into the during a recent National Basketball Association game in a
:he Edward Waters College's Public Relations Office and Philadelphia's Convention Hall. In addition to blpcking more J' "
record books, of Illinois. I
\ e Florida STAR. Please fill in coupon and mail to: than a dozen shots and collecting 30 rebounds Wilt netted 53
\ Caroline, as co captain, points in leading the Warriors to a win. His game average so
broke the long standing far is 57 points per contest.. ..f
Public Re ations Dept. -Or to Florida Star Sports Dept. I .
record of 3f37 yards 11 -
\Edward Waters College P. 0. Box 561Jacksonville : I
1650 Kings Road I, Florida established by Harold I You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get :K- .": rqA -. -
(red) Grange who was
called the most fabulous w- ..

:. --. I history.player in Grange Illinois was nick-grid ,LOW PRICES .- ,

( named the 'Galloping fi f
,-----Bethune-Edward Waters G ame------ i On Your
Ghost back in the

)pJAW.ould like to see the above game early 20' s. I DRUG STORE NEEDS LEARNThe

Grange Young and Caroline -
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: Latest
-.---.------- -------_---___-.____.__ _- -- top players since 1919 by I Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store.
sports writer Jack Clarkeof
the Fun-Times. We Will Meet Any Prices Advertisedt

: : SIGNATURE__-_______.? _..:.1.* .: :.__ ,Other Chicago greats listed by In Your Local PapersWOOD'S

Clarke were: end Chuck -Harboring

.. ADDRESS'._____________'___ _.___ Carney (I,920); tackle Lou ,
Gordon (1929); guard Alex DIXIE PHARMACY FLA. BARBER
'' Agase (1946), center Bill
," at AVENUE
orTOWN < 'I'. ,-., Burrell (1959), tackle PHONES EL 3-3597-98 630 Davis Street
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______*_'_i.l.J,..STATE.____. I Butch Rich Kreitling Nowack (1928)(1958), end and W. fb/frtr -''W. Alt fill All Doctors' Prescript/on At Beaver G: I. Approved

Jack Crangle (1920) back. FLOnI
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1 I 'tb orus line Readies Fbi._""f l'l.ia&u/ous'f-'oli/ s"* ,

Sun'day( s
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Thru Sat. ,
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Myrtle Avc ond Adams PKone ft 4-1468
Pretty Lot 2577 Orion StJ f t. M, a!F 1 JAC1S awILLE. FLORIDA)
Will build new '3-Bd. Ra.* 4e
N. s
Hone $3ctO.du.
or sell Lot
MEDIUM MULLET .. .. .. Lb. lOc
f 1500' Terms if yon like." fA........ Clurft el Iftc a...Hr. Drastaf

tau $r'41208HOUGA600K LARGE MULLET Steady at ... .. .. Lb. 29e

SALT MULLET .. .. .. .. .. .... Lb. 29e

AUTO.' A [ Fresh MULLET ROE . .. Lb. 98c

GENERAL, AUTO REPAIR' BLACK DRUM Su. J._W. HOUGABOOK, Mechanic! r--t 1f'r You Can BM'I","Quips 'SIi..**

'. 1361 Kings Road EL' .4-3659. ..\ CROAKERS SK: S. ................L.. 45c
REPAIR SERVICE P h.4 FULLY C TINS DRESSED I H '..| *. En. beau* .... Iff" J.Q-
Will repair Venetian blinds .. M hum wlpkL kid N. u. rc
and guarantee upholstering r r GENUINE LOBSTERS EU)
done with fabrics' ( .
at Mill \ s j .
.prices. .Free estimates on SPECKLED TROUT ALSO. u. 55c
work. Call EL 4-5841'
Shellfish & Boneless Dept.

HOMES FOR SALt Plus ThrillerNIRGIAN With That *Tan-ef..th.-Sa" Flavor ... Bushel $6.00

ISLANDS"Sunday SptcUl Oyster Knhts ........ ..... Each 1.50
Large Home 810 E. Beave 4t STANDARD OYSTERS-Strtnfth Giving Stew Pt. $1.25
St. This Home being sold t q 5-; r ... '.,;.' t ;;, v STANDARD OYSTERS ....................Vj Pint 65e
x ''- ,.......... -.."., ._ ,' :: ..i""". _:-'. SELECT OYSTERS .....................Pint $1.50.
settle an Estate. ROOSEVELT. Thru Tues.1st ....- .;.r. "_>Pit ...1i., _..--_. :: -' .Y'READIN' ;- r'< 'WG'If'_ ( Sanitary Aluminum

CRAB .. .......... .
v A Real, B uY1 I IM Run Action Hits! FOR ANNUAL EVENT: The Urban League Guild* s,array of all-star talent are undergoing SHELLS Box.. .of 100% for $2.55 .. DM. 10

& >V REAL ESTATE INC virgorous rehearsal sessions'in preparation for their annual Tantabulous fro- CLAW CRAB MEAT .....................Lb. $1.10
Dr. PIRATES OF THE BLACKHAWC lics' which opens jax' fall and winter season s social calendar here WHITE DELUXE CRAB MEAT ................. $1.25
930 Arlington Thanksgiving eve. COCKTAIL LUMP ....... ...............Lb. $1.75
. Ph. 724-2644. Plus The extravangza will be presented in Duval Amory. Among the many satellites appear- CRABCLAW FINGERS-Pastured .......Can $1.30
TOLD and The WICKED'S''IEW ing in this, r.'.d. gent are the above members shown rehearsing a dance skit. Prom FROG LEGS ... . ... .........Lb. $|.25

WANTED: Sun NiteThru 14are D. McCrt\Y: :,Mrs.guild Bertie president.Artie- Mrs Janet Johnson Mrs Vanorian Schell and Mrs. Essie

Beauty 'Operators & Barkers .' Tues- (Photo By Baker) Special Now Sizes 20-24-
wanted to New Hollywood -
are Xmas
MORGAN, the PIRATE 26 inch
Beauty Lounge 622 W.
and DR. Conant ATTENTION READERS Lightweightspeed
'Ashley/St. Call EL 49774. LETS ROCK and

'Mr. Porter EL 3-3245 Mr. Win $275 Cash Mon. Nite! Please Bring or Send Your 4Il, middleweightdurability
Gives Views I
I. S. Anderson. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Church News Club Notices & Announcements t, a !
,l Chrome trim!
On SchoolsThe : -'I To The FLORIDA STAR Early I Boy's

I xIItI: controversial viewsof DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS A t Girl's or

the former presidentof *:.. < TUESDAY NOON ,. 3
at -
NOW THE TIME TO ORDER Harvard ., .2 ; 5 y yI
"' J.* Universityare ': FLORIDA STAR
4 M Pocahontas-BriquetsJ "' -
set forth in his new I
ffL Anthracite Cokt -book SLUMS AND SUBURBS 2323 Mcncrief RcL Corner 13th Street I IY ,
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published 'sere+nr.wAll
ALL SEASONS ICE &: FUEL GO. McGraw-Hill.recently Dr. Conant by -- 1 1

SIll NORWOOD.\Y HONE fO 4.4511 maintains in his study ...."- ;:.. Layaway Now-S1 Holds!
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i x: that "it would be far :\' Makes All ModeltAUTOMATIC :.. Ir 71
better for those who are 88

agitating for the deliberate t t TRANSMISSIONS ; 28 t
mixing of children f.
to ,accept de facto segre- it. Complete Auto Repairs Electrical Systems Brake Relining'

gated schools as a i. Wheel Balancing front End Alignment
..;- We Give A 10,000 Mile SURPLUS GOODS COMPANY
\ Rev. MOTHER\ ROBERTS sequence of the present .
., Guarantee With lack
housing, situation and ,to ,. Rebuilt '. ARMY-NAVY GOODS STORE

work for the improvementof < ''MOTOR MARTJACKSONVILLE. .. .Transmission___ J. FLORIDA'S OLDEST SURPLUS STORC
Healer and Advisor slum schools, whether : .--. FLORIDA t" .c..,.. )fie"" TOYS ESTABLISHED 11*
Negro or white.'" Estimate FarT free Call EL 56601FNB1P1MI t ,w URPLua aoooa TARPAULINS HARDWARE CLOTHINO SHOES

.- Commenting on the edu- w ,, ] g. 427 WEST ADAMS ST E'T'rTELEPH'DNE EL 6-0241
Are You Suff.ring--Sick .. ,
cator's views Carter ; 10135 Btach'Blvd. PL RA 45750 6.0242
con- :.....' '. aL.
-Need Advice? tends that socioeconomicintegration ._ .l '"-JACKSONVILLE. 11. FLORIDA

See MOTHER ROBERTS She has the God-Given Powerto 'cannot be -
achieved in modern ,
heal by Prayer. Guarantees: ? heal the sick and the large urban center a with-, \ -.- .

ailing, but there is no pity for those who know tney out racial integration.The -- ;' '

are in hard luck and don't come to see MOTHER NAACP in attemptingto 1"s

ROBERTS Guaranteed to help ,FREE. achieve this goal, con- < .
Open Daily sad Sunday. from 7 t1& tns n-oin* w4U 10 si night tributes therefore to y :, ,

Her address is 10310 Atlantic Boulevard socio-economic integration. ..

took foi'Whit.Sign i with IndUn Hud,and the name Mother Roberts Further, the NAACP .1I
lawyer points out ,! ,
Located 3 Mils from Downtown JacksonviUs on Atlantic Boulevard VIARKETS
"de facto school segrega ... .
Luck Days Phone RA 4-7996 tion stems not only from -.' .

residential segregation '. "
Located on Highway 10, East. The Old Beach Road. :
Take Beach Bus 51 to her Door. as Dr. Conant contends, but OPEN SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AYE B FROM 9 A.M. T01 P.M.
also from local custom, JACKSONVILLE
.. ,apathy, 'inertia, and
"traditional criteria. for.

zoning Certainly, greater C

fOe l integration in metropo- iiitir SPARERIBS
litan areas, and in 'many 3LB.

.; t ; smaller systems, could

be achieved despite Ifibi' BAG' -
housing patterns.

"The NAACP is not alonein LB. 39C

its conviction that the
effects of de facto segre-

) (: e4.. i gation de jure are segregation as harmful and as POTATOES Jim Dandy Grits

,1 .that desirable racial integration educational isa i iI I. ,

objective in a democratic
KIIT society. As a part of the ;: -T5
1j.O LBS.
effort to accomplish Cib. ISc

greater integration ,,
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educational authoritieshave ;; .
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the responsibilityto JI 25c ...: l 'Limit5lbs.
provide high educa- with $5. or

tional standards for all more food order.
Thsre's a big extra value in ridinga
schools regardless of
Jacksonville Coach. In additionto "
location or race .
the safe comfortable ride i concluded.
you're getting, every mile covered CHUCK ROASTLa.37C '

means money saved. You're eliminating Publishes Book

.' the cost of gasoline and
On Civil
tires and, wear and tear on your Rights .
car. You're paying no bridge bItsno LARGE
parking fees. The relatively .
NEW YORK Today's civil
inexpensive rates for riding a
rights struggle is merely -I SUGAR5us
Jacksonville Coach enable you to extention. of the fight

save up to $240 a year when you initiated by the Aboli-

: ride regularly. tionists 150 years ago, .
stated Professor Dwight .
Try Jacksonville Coach 19
riding o L. Dumond of the Uni- : .

regularly, beginning today! And ,,:> versity of Michigan at a Y: -'"

save! save! save! reception here *. .... .
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The profusely ill** :rated .
JACKSONVILLE / ,Limit 5 Ibs.
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highly praised by r>r. ... with $5. or

COACH COMPANY John Hope Franklin, chairman more food., order.
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