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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 18, 1961
Publication Date:


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

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University of Florida
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__ I Believed Cause Of Fights In Their; Respective FieldsThe ; /

--.' Jacksonville community was deeply saddened this
,It ''was anything but 'Armistice'. atthe Palm of Jackson- week when three men, long recognized as pioneers and
ville last week-end. The combination
of provac tine music .
; leaders in their fields
respective died suddenly
suggestive dancing, hot, tempers youth and booze causeda
series of reported and un-reported fights at the Pre- On Tuesday, Max Hall, 2031 Board and was a memberof

fS Armistice rock 'and roll show. As a result of the ,fights Rowe Ave. and 0. Earl the Baraca Bible

__ and other incidents several of the top performers, and Mathis, 1160 Durkee Drive Class. "(
Juke box idols who appeared "on the star studded bill vowed
S never to appear at the Palms again unless the conditions were stricken. The follow- He was also affiliated

S-S .yT. _ which led to the violence are corrected. ing morning, death came .with Robia Temple .No. 8
S Ellis ,Butts 19 o! 1725 to Emmett N. (Chip) Reedof Imperial Council North I

z Harper Street appeared' before mark which was distastefulto 1112pearl St., All three Jacksonville Lodge No. I
Justice of the Peace the bystanders as he men had suffered brief ilt
-- ---'---' Valentina
-- Moore Af Baldwin who sat in waded in to stop the melee.. ..___.... ...,_. ,. 387 .
SOME of Continental Bowling Lanes' staff who will host the Consistory 32 Ro alI
general public during place of J. P. George Harrisof He was assailed with bottles e a
the facility's auspicious grand opening ceremonies slated for 11 a.m. Saturdayare the first district. 'and ,a barrage of fist blows. F Arch Masons. -

from left: Mrs. Helen Brown cashier; Major Taft Cummings, manager; Joseph ,Thrpughout the hearing the His assailants are unknown.It I During his youth- he

Hopkins, assistant manager; Mrs. Ernestine Rivers cashier; and Mrs. Theresa youth expressed distain for has been the policy of I was employed by the Du-
Hackery, cashier. the courts .an l :assumed' an the Palms management in recent :- val Shoe Factory where
,t .. air of arrqganee.vhljbh. in months to hire Jail
( Roya1Art" ,Stijdiohoto. ) '. ,the 'erid.Rfitl *'fe imp;fchirtjr I guards :officially. to park t ., he _became, interested in
----- days at thfrCbtmty prison' cars but the guards' are to I shoe repair work, and

Negro Committee Sees 'Needs Lena Heads Farm. Willie Sowell.. 22 of" pa'trol.the dancing 'area. r. also under the influenceof

1121'Kings Road: Faye Henry Bridges and Dolphus C. Rive his grandfather, Mr.
J Xmas Smith and Delores JOHnson were on duty Friday night. Robert Wells. -
To Elect Patten As Mayor DriveHOSTS .
were all meted out $25.00 along with Deputy Sheriff '
fines and charged, with beingin 'William White and an in- He leave to mourn: Mrs.

A Citizens Committee Composed of Liberty City Cocaanut HOLIDAY. SEALS DRIVE an 'affray' One defendant identified white city officer Sallye B. Mathis, dean of v
Grove and Central Miami Residents went .record this week Songstress Lena Horne i. was a member of the in uniform.In 1 Girls at Matthew W. Gil-

to support and actively campaign for the election of Arth- chairman of the NAACP's 1961 touring'show. sf.perate incidents bert High School, widow; .
ur H. .Patten as Mayor of Miami. Christmas Holiday Seals camp? Jail Deputy Max Bridgeswas Willie Edward'Hall. 18 of
Members of the committee have expressed theARTHUR aign. Seals are now on sale injured when he was hit 629 S. Lincoln Court was Mrs. Hattie A. M this.

have expressed the feeling through NAACP units across from behind with a bottleas treated at DMC for nose MAX HALL mother city; Alfred G.,

that Arthur H. Patten is best the nation.' This is the 12th he attempted to break up bleed caused by a blow in ..Last Foreman Mathis, New York City, andDavid
i suited for the post of Mayoron consecutive year that Miss a fight between youths. the face inflicted by en unknown D. Mathis, city, sons

the basis of his recordon Horne has led the NAACP Witnesses reported that the party; Clifford Eddy Inesses. Robert F.. 'Mathis, city, I
the Dade County Commiss- fund-raising effort. I white jail guard made a re- 28 of 1517 W. 28th Streetwas brother and
ion for the past three
treated for an icepick LAST NEGRO FOREMANA
Impressed by Patten's standon wound in the abdomen and released friends. i
the employment situation Fort ; Sammie Aikens. 27 native of Madison CountyMr. Final rites will be held

that has developed since LauderdaleSetsOfficials of 733 W. Monroe Street Hall had been employed Saturday at 2 p.m. in E

the influx of cuban refugees / suffered severe cuts over until retirement by the Bethel Baptist Institutional -
'into the magic city. r '
'the mouth and behind the
City of Jacksonville as a Robert H.
Patten shown to
a keen interest -
and the All of
ear over eye. '
in the job situation .foreman of the overhead Wilson pastor officia
t = FT. LAUDERDALE. .- NAACP officials here are girding for the assailants were unknown. j
wherein negroes as well as electrical division.He .
road patrolmen Douglas
their work--this timean County -
another attack aimed at hampering
whites have been replaced in and Prescott investgt- was a member of St.
jobs by cubans. injunction because the Association'..allegedly organized Eulogized By Superiors
ed. the affray.Unconfirmed. Paul AMR Church. ,
'Miami-born Arthur Patten beach wade-ins, bring about violence. -- i
.. Survivors .
\ rumors state are: Mrs. Annie I
a world war 11 and kerea ( o r ,:'
x veteran; as pledged that he H. :PATTER The city is seeking an injunction former: treasurer? Dr. Von *' that the major cause of Hall, widow; one son, Henry '\ :

j 'will work vigorously to carry against the local D. Mizell; NAACP field the disorder was a 'rumble' Hall of New York City; Mrs. i :. ,

.out President Kennedy's plan Backed By Negroes NAACP. its president, Mrs. workers Robert Saunders between two opposing teen- Thodosia Lott of Miami .

of equal job opportunities Eula Johnson and. its 'and Callis VBrown. age gangs. Regardless as sister; Rev. A. J. Daley .!If
that he recognized the need "
for American Citizens. i A 'Irearihg has been to the cause the failureof stepson, and a host of :" ::'}" 'I

-34-year-old candidatefor for recreational improving educationaland facilitiesin Catholic MedalIs scheduled for six days, star- the management to other relatives and friends. ". .I ".- 4 4'S
Mayor told the committeehe ; ;.
will work to eliminate I all areas. Slated For ting'with December 15. NAACP provide adequate police Funeral arrangements were '.-,:'-"r'" ;'

slum conditions in the Negro Pledging that' he will work Attorney G. E. Graves of protection; discarding of incomplete as the STAR went .

areas and devote his efforts as a 'full time' Mayor. Pat- NAACP Dfrecfor Miami has been retained the procedure of searchingfor to press. Holmes and West .

.to establishing low-coa ten emphasized, that he will Mr. Graves reports that weapons the alleged Funeral. Home in charge. "i:,;1-/ -' iti'
work.in the interest of all NEW YOPK George K. Hun- 1
flAACP members have been dispensing of 'alcohol to Arrived at Early Age : ;
addition. Patten stated the citizens of Miami ton, a member of ,the Board .
o'f Directors of the subjected to numerous forms minors and the reported Oscar Earl Mathis was .
of harassment and police sale ofx "chasers' or born in Americus, Ga. II
National Association for
Petitioners Say Race Phase the Advancement of Colored, intimidation., soft drinks in bottels the oldest child of the ,

Mrs. Johnson recently which were used as lethal late Mr. George and Mrs.
People and executive direc- \ ,
In Issue Is Unconstitutional friend tend her ,
tor of the New 'York. asked a to. weapons all undoubtedly
Catholic filling station while she contributed to the disorder. EMSETT N. (CHIP'REED
Final action demanding revocation of all taxi cab per- Interracial ,
headed committee meeting ...Beloved Sports Figure
mits in Jacksonville and Duval County on the contention Council has'been awardedthe .' .
that said permitY are issued on an unconstitutional 1961 St. Francis Peace ,to protest discriminatory At one point bottles were "His services were

basis were being prepared by attorneys for local Negro Medal by the Third Order conditions at Broward hurled at the performersand valued very highly. The

petitioners _as the_ STAR went to press this week. of St. Francis in North County hospital. were thrown into the director of the Jackson-

Attorneys for the plain- nation, is in- itself unlaw- America. A police car ..droveintoher audience-with reckless ville Recreation ,De_

tiffs stated! that.a' cod ful, and support their claims Announcement of the award, station in'her 'ab abandon by teen-aged thugs.To partment told the STAR%
in 1952 by the City ,
adopted ,
in the questioned the add to the -
fact that
the sence confusion
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which a
was presented during
specifically spells out thata in-New Wednesday a con-
S. Supreme Court has already friend and arrested him than 'trt itl.
stated amount of permits York City by Rev. Phillip more capacity crowd : versation concerning the
were to be Issued to both spelled out this fact when Matquard. O F.M- executive for having ,no identification was packed into the dance :' '' late Emmett N. (Chip)
it rules that .f; .
segregated ,,,L
When hall.
Negro and White cab companies secretary of the Federated' -papers Mrs. Several arguementswere 't .:1:: Reed.
seating tradsit'busseS
and that in 1953 another was on illegal.public' Provinces of; the Third Johnson ,went to, the jail caused by confusion ; '. .';-"'. During his college
measure was adopted stat- ". ...f
The attorneys also state Order., The 'Medal is she too was arrested for' concerning table reserva '/ stint he attended Edward
ing the that cab companies business alreadyin would that the initial presenta- .being ,awarded Mr. 'Hunton having eaployed a,man without tions. Waters College. .

get first preference on pew tion of their' plea in local "in recognition of his; ah identificationcard. For some time ,the STAR' o. EARL MATHIS He leaves to mourn: Mrs

penults., courts will pave the way for outstanding. ". work. in the, ::. .v has reported and commented .,..Pioneer. Easiness Leader Willie Mae Reed widow;
future federal court action.
The pat it loners' attorneys The plaintiffs are being re interracial apostalate* She-posted 25.00, bond" on violence at the night Hattie A. Mathis. Mrs. Barbara Reed Joyce
state that no Negroes will fee tae secead 'for her friend. and $50.00 spots. This
also presented by.the law firm of Hun ton : i. 0 affair points Coming to Jacksonville of New York City; and'
have beep City issued for cab permits 50years. 'Jackson:'and Sbaw. .... NAACP Board,:.Beaber to receive for herself. _andt;went free. up the need for additional at an early age he attended Plorita Marion Reed of .
'ja the over -
the nedel. Previosslyit Negro county officers
,. and the local public Jacksonville daughters
; :; bad feeea .awarded to Dr;.' for enforcement of beverage "
attacking what they term \ schools and became a Two sons. E, Nathaniel '
IB T Ralph ,J. 'Bunche, 'United .' ,-, .: .: laws and juvenile
of: LO AIDA $ regulations loyal member
\ the tmcoBBtitutionality; AF : i.U of BethelBaptist Reed, of New York
..., .. ._, Under-secretary yev MW. .,. / City
the lieal cab perait'.code 'j;" : : Nations, : _: in general. It Is to Institutional and Bernard
t. -
t' -- i- : Samuel
thatthe. :. -. 'IN w.EVEltY, Toe late. ,,Pe e Pins ::XII. wsfirst" ,... _I ( !rt rv be noted that I. plaltifts Itatl' -, -:. .y r r ; ..., .:.- ,- :. '-' .- 1 .. :; :- 1 the majority Church Rev. -R. H. of .Jacksonville
,'. act ,iiat. ,tH 1Whits ..are.f the .*ipieat:of= ., : t +1 1t of the persons involved Wilson

f., ': .*. *|#,oi': -a racial" : ,:.r7--t clesigJ. .- -': .",a tci.DMiJiiJ-- .......1.. -. ,tn','. .*" .'I.',,: .4' .-. .. ; "".,...".'"t.1"'f',. ,' if1. A-; were minors., t :' ;r .., on pastor.the Trustee He'seryed numerous friends.. rel tiyes'and.. --, ;I

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Published The Florida Star Co, 0.'_ .r.Jo, .'--- ._ ."' .. .. BY
by Publishing &: ;,--"" ._. ... :1J.'t ...". .."......-"'-....'. ..- ERIC O. SIMPSON .
"Member of Negro Press" .
.l- ;.;""!",,,j .1..' )1'l '-_...,'...-. .,....,.... Addressing an overflow audience
: :" Y'J ..;t. ,', at Boston's
ERIC O. SIMPSON.............................................Managing Editor ...'..'... ......:.I'f': # ..m..--''.....,,"\'."..tI_ .famous Ford Hall Forum. last week Dr. '

ALYSON E. WISE.......M1............................................News Editor; ,'.: .,.,.to..r. .:.","-. ;"' ',," .',.. Lincoln said the Mature and rational 'oanner'L

HILDA WOOTEN............_...........................Circulation Managf S 1t which the desegregation problem
./ ; __ 5 yS handled in Atlanta has set the Muslim been '
: in the
.r 'I .i : South back five years. '

k 2323 Moncrief Road.:..,........,....................Phon..Elgin 4-6782 ; i The Clark College professor : _
# Social Philosophy was )
5 Mailing ,Address: Arnold Forster teamed :_ f _
national civil ,
.". P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida_ .
,. rights director of the Anti-De- .
\i .642< MIAMI.' FLA. '.Fa 1 CRT
48195 OR"WP48105. ture on "political extre es"
at Boston's Jordan Hall. '
..' One Year, $5.00; Half''Year, $3.00 Mr. Forster who has written

Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States several books in the area of

Subscription Payable In Advance.'Send Check or Money Order To:,: 0 civil rights spoke on the John Birch Society.

i FLORIDA STAR-P. O. Box 561-JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA He told the overflow audience that "the most

striking and significant feature of the Society
is that
many of its campaigns parallel those of
1. City and County Civil Service Jobs f Soviet Communists. "
f He called the Society

2. Negro Road Patrolmen. I radical right-wing and said that 95
," 3. Negro firemen 1 similar
: organizations has
sprung up in the
4. More- .Negro Police, OfficersBishop's ... '- i 0I ll i!* United States in the past two years. Forster

,. '. f __!, expressed the opinion that "once the character

4M. .... .. .. iI i} of the Society is known to the American people,
Daughter Joins Service I .....(i'.. ":" I I I it is doomed to failure. "
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Washington. D. C. Yvonne Williams a 23 j I :' : for his
year WATE book The_ Black Muslims in
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-old graduate of Barnara College and Boston \ > ... s ,,";
University, became the first Negro girl to join i I addressed himself to a discussion of that movement -

the United States Foreign Service 'under the U. ...-. ---... ...-_._._. -.. "'-, ... '.' ...... -,....-........ --.-.-.- 0.'SQ'ONtiww which he labeled as 'involuntary counter
S. Information Agency s recruiting program when -- -- racism. He said "black nationalism thrives

she was sworn in last week by USIA Director Edward STILL NEEDED TO HELP REMOVE THE OBSTACLES MR. PRESIDENT best in an atmosphere of white prejudice.
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R. Murrow. ..- -- Ir" .<::! T... -:- ::::: I Wherever Negroes and whites work, together in
Miss Williams the daughter of the Rev. Small- I -
Wood Williams, presiding bishop of 'the Bible '. common interest and toward common goals, there

Way Church World Wide, was among 22 young men Your WeeklyHoroscope 'is little opportunity for racial chauvinism of

and women from all walks of life who took an any brand to assert itself. "

oath of allegiance in brief ceremonies at the Guide .' The forum was interrupted when police actingon

Information Agency. Director Murrow praised a tip that a bomb had been planted in the
them for having 'survived' a rigorous process of WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR building, evacuated the audience of more than
and selection
screening : 1,000 people. However the crowd
officer of the Service ;r- BUSINESS LOVE refused to
As a Class 8 Foreign TRAVEL
Career Reserve Program, Miss Williams will be disperse greeting Dr. Lincoln with a

assigned to the Foreign Service Institute for a r By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES -' thunderous ovation when he appeared on the \

six month training period of orientation before .j' steps of Jordan Hall to continue his address.
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going to her post overseas. Her assignment is -- -- ... Speaking from the steps overlooking Gains- J

not known at this. time but" she expressed. and LEO this gives offense to some 'borough Street, Dr. Lincoln
interest to serve in one of the French speaking Born March 21 thru April. 20 Born July 23 ihru Aug.. 22 one whose motives could be. or not a bomb has been planted declared in Jordan'Whether Hall
African nations. questionable, anyhow. '
Earning a master's degree in international relations The 25th should be your The 25th is your best day is a matter for the Boston police; but whether

from Boston University, last year she lucky day when a dream if you see an opening to 2-30-22-15-52-232 or not free speech in America shall be intimi-

spent two months living and working with native comes true a new and warm assuage the feelings of a dated by bombs or threats of bombs is a matter

families in six African countries. The trip, friendship is struck or "loved one, to form a new SAGITTARIUS for you and for me to decide together. As for
Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. .2\ \
sponsored by the Morningside Community Centerof the change you have desired union or to get your You me, I am prepared to continue. '
New York under its 'Operation Crossroads could make a very ;
may become a fact. creations successfully fortunate As loudspeakers were being set up in the I
Africa program, took her to Togo Ghana and decision if you
Nigeria. The reverse is true, on launched. Act from behind give the better side of street, the meeting was invited to continue at .

the 2utb, as the possibilityof ,the nearby Huntington Avenue YMCA. Dr.
Asa young forgign service office Miss Williams' scenes whenever your nature the opportunityto Lincoln completed i

will carry out a long established mission: 'Sub- mishaps is somewhat too possible as thIs should express itself his, address. and ,remained for an extended !
mitting evidence to the peoples of other nations close to be ignored. You prevent. the advent of ad-' as discussion. ;

that the objectives and policie of the have another opening to verse circumstances: You really was intended to do Neither Forster nor Lincoln expressed i
United States are in harmony with and will advance by the inherent quality of an i
make could opinion regarding the
an outstanding decision jeopardize some of origin of the bomb threat.
their legitimate aspirations for freedom, your sign. You may find
progress, and peace. Her training will equip that should prove satis- your future'proaecta if you yourself more comfortableaway -

her. to counter hostile propaganda, using. the factory to all concerned on act rashly and emotionally from the limelight Letters
(28th). '(27th You may still have I
? publicationsmotion pictures exhibitsand
press, unless it singles you out. to M AL
other means of telling America' story. / to learn to check your extravagant .

At her overseas-post she will join/more than 1-30-77-12-68-137 tendencies when ,
10,000 employees of the U.. S. Information Service i TAURUS they continue to make siz- the Editor.Dear

in. 97 foreign nations who are presentingthe Born .Ap ij, 21 thru MayJ20 able dents in your cash CAPRICORN ...
important aspects of the life and cultureof Born Dec 22 thru Jan 13

Americans to other people.Negroes' Something quite wonderful resources. You may know instinctively :
should come your on 3-40-55-18-25-345
that disputes which leadto J
the 25th. It could be a VIRGO the Editor November 8, 1961 .
courts are usuallymore : .
legacy a signal honor or BornAug... 23 ihru Sept. 22 .
Incomes Shows DropNew i' costly In cash as I read in a re cent' Florida Star about the
the th-at' Ebony
news related to eitheror Although .the dangers
well Cab
as in time lost, than situation here and I'm
both. Your good fortune. surround and wondering why the
York.The you your they are worth. You people in the
relative income opsition of may Floradale and outer Moncrief
? Road
Negroes in America has deteriorated in the past no matter what it may be, habitation are still evolve ways to add to your: areas don't support this colored cab

twenty years despite improvements in economic could be dissipated through around, particularly on the pocketbook and personal since they benefitted most company, '

status, and thereby emphasizes a need to extend your own lack of good judg- 27th, you should be able fortunes (25th 28th). It from Ebony service \

equal access for Negroes to economic opportiuni-. ment or emotional control get the situation pretty Out I
be in the
ties may a good moment to Beaver St-. area the
other Colored
enjoyed by citizens.
(27th). You must considerthe well under control by the decide have people
Tftfs declaration based on statistics drawn to increase your a hard time getting cab services
future for it has end of the since I
a month. Do not
ifrom the 1960 census, was made November 5 by rate of savings and the most of the cabs now serve areas around Davis 1
.Otis E. Finley, Jr. an associate director of way of coming much. faster attempt jobs with which you amassing of other valuable St. and other main thoroughfares.All .

the National urban League, in' testimony beforea than is expec ed. It is in are not familiar, but obtain assets. Your secret purposecan I

House Sub-Committee on Labor and Education your Interest to team up the services of a be achieved when ybu of us citizens should do what I
sitting in New York The hearing was one of a with an ally who aids you trained worker to forestall continue to should right and
keep give
your own our full support to the .
series conducted under chairmanship of Rep. ',in achieving your ultimate potential mishaps. As the counsels. Co. Ebony Cab
Roosevelt in connection with operators, because this
James D-Calif.
) company seems wil-
urposes, and not with one,, coming months hold promiseof
ling to serve''us
proposed Federal FEPC legislation. all.
who has no sense of finan- considerable I
Mr. Finley. who was invited to present testi- 5-70-66-19-54-576 ,
mony at the New York hearing, told the committee -. cial responsibility. Think you would be wise to get AQUARIUS

members that a recent survey soon to be it over (30th). yourself in top condition.You Born Jan. 20 thru Fab. 18. Sincerely,

published by the NUL shows its other also find better "
among may Much of the good fortune G. W.
data, that: 4-10-22-11-58-412 opportunities to make fuller that attends you should rub .(Editor's Note: Letters to the editor must bear
Negroes are more .likely to be employed in unskilled GEMINI use of your talents. signature of the writer t
or semi-skilled jobs; that, when at t[Born May .21. ihru June JgQ- off on your'closest ally! be withheld however names will I
work Negroes are employed fewer hours than .. on the 25th. You must not upon request) .

their white ouftter-parts; that Negro unemploy- This is an ideal time to 6'=70-88-14-42-678" only hope together, but -- -- f

ment rates are twice as high as these of whi- promote greater spiritual L aBA. ., should act in unison to

tes; that the earning of Negro men are 69 percent development and to make, 3orn, Sept. 23 thru Oc: ....22 | reach the objectives that .. I

of those of white men and those of Negro *a new attempt to rise to There are splendid openingsfor are mutually acceptable. It

women#r,e a little more than half those of your highest potential those who are ambitious, be the .
may right I
white women;; that the lower earning power of level. You should obtainthe ;and desirous-of"obtaining a ,
of breakup moment to obtain the inter- :. .
and the higher frequency ,
Negro men sympathetic backing of firm foot -- hold in their
in Negro families make it necessary for more vention of an influential
the one who shares yout chosen fields.
Negro women to work than white women, and that Associates person to aid you in get-
future prospects on the are apt to make their ,
non-whites have less protection under the unemployment ting things settled to .

insurance programs and, because they 25th. Should you succeed voices heard good and your satisfaction (28th). J .

are so often in lower-paid occupations, theyreceive in reaching this mer torioulgoal. ,loud if they have found You can look forward to the Y

smaller benefits. you may be enabledto lausible reasons to find
coming month
as favoringmany
avert what could be at ;ifault with.you (27th). The'financial of
your projects, and
Tan conclusive showdown or a. outcomes, count
topics/ this obviates the need of
permanent rift that could the most and you should i
acting too hastily now. 14
take place on the 27th.: cleave things at that, late .q' ,, .

7-80-44-15-45-784 '27th and 28th'.' 8-80-55-11-38-851' ..\...:!:' .

1. 1 c=J v |}ors June CANCER 21 thru. July,22 ,8-50-99-12-72-859 / PISCES.U9Feb. 19 thru If arch, 2p ,..-' :.;

> You should obtain quite ',
: ( With the holiday season SCORPIO
now in full swing you Oct. 23 ihru N a lift especially if YOU

would be well advised to You may hardly have time have the support that .

\ secure a bet er payingjob ,to recuperate from what loved ones can offer you on .

(25th). Your ,particular may have been, a lavish* the 25th. It may cost you :; 1400 WRHC 1400

talents if you are gifted Thanksgiving Day celebra- a pretty penny if yon are .

should be Quite in dsaand. tion (23rd) before you find defenseless and open to TtrRJI8"I .
c .
. #i\4 rirI1 ii: f and there Is no reason for ;yourself deeply involved in the charges that may be KEN KNIGHT .,-
Important projects. The leveled against you. A -r. .
to hide
YOU them
S S under a -PaE3ETJTwo--! j
In .
bushel. problems related to .your need would be KNIGHT
Sincerity TRAIN
Y should enable finances, expenditures or welcome, for this may enable '- I' .. I.' PJC 121 NIGHTLY
H you 'friendships 'are again you to restore some > ; SWEET CHARIOT

obtain your heart's 'desire activated on the 27th. You sort of. stability in your '. ,:10 to 10:30 K mAY tfcrn FJHDAY I I :

. t'm Jiet sIre, ,ho. made her dress, late 27th end 28thf. You cannot may have'to place your own' ho.e-and associations on ''BLUES IN THE KNIGHT .
Bit'I' think it the depend on chances/ I the 28th.' :ae.p.M Y..thrill.JATQ14DAY
mat Police ,good name or business, .' }- : JACR80liVI .
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FROLICS' an annual revue: which; Is presented. on Thanks'givingl' eve by the Jai Urban Leaguer will follow. Some of the talent appearing in this year's frolics are. top photos from left: uesdames
Guild-promises to be bigger and 'better than ever this year, according to Mrs. Essie D.. McCray, A. Mock, Battle stuart Pearl: Miller, Margaret Sutton C. Burris, Janet Johnson, and Azzie L. Ander-
guild president. As usual, this year's extravangza is scheduled for Wednesday night NOV 22 start- son. Bottom row from left: Mesdames Elizabeth Redding Vivian Cope land, Ann McIntosh, Julius Bowman
Ing at 8 P.M. in Duval, County Armory., Comedy, skits, dancing, music, and a lavish array of top feminine jax Urban League executive director; Mesdames E. Davis, Margaret Kelly, and ossie French. ..

and male' talent will. highlight events. Dancing, with music furnished. by..- a- wellknown. -orchestra' .. '
(Insert shows Urs Essie D. UcCray, Guild President) (Photos By Baker)

Weaditig -Bells I Guard, Academy Appoints Negro ::1:1NE

-= = -= i APIUCUIONI FOB.. LONDO .': Conn --TheU the Coast Guard. More ''.Commercial.. ., .i' 1-' _ired'.n.glS' ; -. Portrait- '

MARRIAGE LICENSES .- S. Coast Guard Academyat vigorous recruitment among 1
._ r H. Barfield, Jr., 3505 New London Connecticuthas minority group memberswas :
By St., 22 and Zelma Garvin,' appointed William H. carried out in accordance '1

LOUISE G. E....21st. St, 18. Waller, of Durham, 'N. C. i with President. ROYAL ART STUDIOTELEPHONE I
L Basine, 122.North St, as Assistant Professorof Kennedy's Executive Order Ii- c' :
\ Thelma Ryles. 122 North
for equal 4-1894
: Chemistry. f" employment .opportunities -
Williams. 1108 Oakley; Waller's appointment .
Congratulations and many, many and Betty J. Kendrick, Rt., resulted trom'broadenedrecruitment He (Waller), has a Bache- ": .
Set Bridge Club for its 100% 1024, 22.' activities of lor of Science degree from .
Montgomery, 300 E. 15th North Carolina CLARENCE&JMQJJL. 51 DAVIB SJRECT'<
Community Chest United Fund College. JACKSONVILLE/FLA
0 ,Ga: 24 and Joyce Y. !
-i 1131 W.,21st. St. 2 2_ I

The Jacksonville Urban League B. Jones, 7452 'Rich'
Rd., 21 and Dorothy L. '
official-- 'Tantabulous Frolic" 7452 Richardson Rd., 19. : # BAY atJULIA
and fabulous as the name P. Pendleton, 801 E. 11th : _'
Fla., 46 and Rozzie
evening, November 22, is the date. 4902 W. Virginia Ave.,
t Armory will provide the setting.
C. Kohn, 1008 Mt. Her- 9j0to9Mee.bM.
St., 21 and Flossie Jackson, :. o, 9:30 t. $:10 Tu..., ,
St, 18.Sturk. .., '
Tbur+. 6- $*t. '

Kevibettes Club members, enjoyed JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Rtstiurant,t .:00 Op A.M..m Dily I

forward-to visit to the home of Dr. : ..
1Hveries ..+e y. ,.' is e'wroooy'y( ';: 9aDr.hry5ravw. {,5 yewryr+rv nrwwacswY:.a{r 4:a ,,
F- ;:;:;: : {v.aN"h .a :" ;:.r<::;{ :;:;: ran
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Greene last week-end. :;
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: y.orlc"ef
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Mrs. Greene noted for fcer v ::S..l

a exquisite taste andr qualities

as a hostess, rewarded high
scorers in the bridge session -* : HS AT BREWSTER

with prizes from an assortment .
of beautiful hand- : Mrs. Willie Chlsholm;

:bags. Mrs Pearl Mackey, Mrs. E.. Union St. Boy.

Geraldine Hilliard, Mrs. & Mrs. Roswell Mack; i .,F.

Barbara Harper, and Mrs. Ce- 'Prince S.t. Girl. '
: ,. c s yeu a n
: ,
& Mrs. Ralph' Thurman ::
lestine Nicks were the happy ..rr9ta'i, yi, : r. t.. ., ; .. 'S.O ...y. r. k.piyT.
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recipients.Mrs. Chelsea St. Boy. .r. .. cp. u s you'll find rFlv.
Carl Barnfield
& Mrs. ,
Pauline Davis, Mrs. th
E. Duval St. Girl. 1 t x
Ann Monroe Mrs. Doris Ben-

nette, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, & Mrs. Quibton Brown;
Mrs. Sarah Lovett Mrs. W. 12th St. Boy. .
& Mrs. Abram Davis; '
Delicious and Fresh I
W. 6th St. Girl.
Bol&e'ircCFay. Miss Daisy Gilliard.
J Mrs. Edwin Williams;
;tyeorge. were' among others .W. 30th St. Girl. <

Mrs. Albert Robinson; 1 1) atckChocolates J nn

Tb, beautiful Alaro Road. home of Kantanga Dr., (Twins) ,r{

Lawson provided the setting for and Boy. ; .
Gems Bridge Club. &'.Urs. David Coleman; < i! (

Mrs. Catherine Jackson was top pippin St. Girl. .
: aax.*' r M s:
session, while Mrs. Alyenla Striven.& Mrs. Warren Duncan;

overshadowed penalties to place' W. 2nd St. Boy.

respectively. Mrs. Marion Sutton .'nvs k ;.
the raffle. 9 Why Mothers Use 99Box

Mrs. Norma R. White and Mrs. Xella & LAXATIVE ,
players and both received lovely gi >

Mrs. Zelma Johnson, mrs. Marie _,'ORBABY
Thomas Mrs. Lydia Sweet and Mrs. don' t want to take '- I,
tit. Assorted chocolates Fruit & Nut Mix /
among other members present. with strong laxa- "> Chocolate covered .
almonds Assorted
: I ;g r nut patties <;ry
That's why for over "Chocolate covered brazil nutsWe've

eara Bothers have re- ',;
-The Ribault Road home ,of Dr. and on ,vegetable pure '<:-h i
.v t : I' selected one of the .
,provided a pituresque setting EASE" Hade especially ;1 finest candy mdnufadurers in .,.:-:',/
,of The Smart Set Bridge Club. and gentle for Infants S ,1g America to make these delicious F7jS J
',Bostick was guest player. chocolates to our own "
stoaachs. You can y FF :
specifications to show our
Mrs Louise Walton, urs. on this pleasant tast- "'" .
appreciation of value for
Stewart, and Mrs. :. ." / J
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Charlotte comfort when jour child ..: DUTCH INN (OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE : ,
for club prizes. a laxative. Ask 'L7ou'r. ..1'l'II""" ''':< ...IX.-.I.' 11..&... I,. __ _._.._._....___' BRAND.M. .._. _)_.""._.._...h..h..... .. our customers m'/

Others on the Sl art Set .
for "BABY EASE.',' ,
Joan Spaulding., Mrs.. The 1ma .Lewis, ,: 4. \ \T7\J, ; I

Mrs. Thoaasina Engraa Jones Mrs. r< ,. It /

Gloria Brooks, and Mrs. Lola
R \'..
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.I ,_ the worlds (eating( E' ,$ f rI .,. 1 I
Mrs Era Morgan entertained headache pewters t'. 3

Bridge Club with a delightful i 3f f
'inher west Tenth ,Street hose ONLYTHIS

::p'e'rfor> ance, in, the bridge session i !

Bell Frazier and Mrs. Thelma ..Giant c

I Bryant: :. Mrs. Juanita Davis, Mrs. ONE M. 21" long
Gloria Fort, and Mrs. Louvenla ', '
; .. 50Christinas
'.embers, present. ghres ywi the .. s Locomotiveand -

4 Stamford measireif Cards Electric t .

The installation. ceremony of paKty fir wrfy Tender
with Envelopes Candle Sticks
of Kaperettes Bridge Club was the t

recent tweeting of the grpup held Spec/0/: With bulbs
teenth_ Street home ot Mrs. 77c... .

Ur. Sylvester: N., Simmons .. $1.39
.. 3 f0r9.0O
Mrs.' Eleanor L\ Davis president r.. $I. t
You're on the right track with' Ms '
.p gomery vice president; Mrs. Xelia A colorful and gay osfortraent of giant sized colorful /locomotive with I... 39t each
secretary; Mrs Marion Flowers, IIITIIEY Christmas cards, !that will convey oil moving wheels. Every boy win want to
your Christmas wishes be Train You'll odd warmth'cheer end'
isa Vivian Johnson, treasurer cheerfully .. o Engineer" No fear of Holiday
; 6000' bfef*.'printed colors..wide range cnufwf..{ft made of unbreakable gayety to every room In your house. .
business Manager; and Mrs.;,Adel df .designs jn conventional 1 and stiai eofyethylefw plasric Practical plastic bow, colored bulb. 1
.' Mrs. Leila, Jackson,. the lone POWDERS ,jtaes. UJL approved.

gift troll, the hostess, while Mrs. RS 51a ,fi- < 1 ->. .... -- -
POWDERS 25 --- -- -- '- -
Vivian .joteson', and Mrs. Vertell, .


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; 4; Mrs J'Lloney d States SrvtC.raThankSgiving
Elks To Honor, ."
!+Entertains 1. f 7 .R 1k 4VM Jtev. DJ. Graham Spring DapPII
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f! -. J Claslle'Lasslesj w # .oc/fVerte* ==--PII- !:...J....._, .,,..-....

: l .- J .. .t 5-r Maceo Lodge No. 8 of Elks: ,,a Afafo Chorus f Al Ab
f :
I! Members of the Classie voted unanimously at its

j' t'' Lassies Bridge Club met last meeting to visit Ut.
1 : Ararat Church Friday Inactive during the past
with Hostess Helen Toney: Baptist
i six years, the Male Chorusof
:-:\ at her residence on' night to attend the anniversary Day Spring
t. Geranium Rd. where theM service of the pastor Church was reactivated
!+ regular meeting was s 7r Rev. Dallas J. Graham. %0ct. 31 by public demand

I followed by an entertaining S ;The lodge _accepted the invi- Rev. C. A. Weaver, pastor, '

,: social interlude. tation after it had bee announced. Rev. Weaver was

n' 'The business meeting extended by Dr. L. D. Ervin assisted by Brother Lee
Collier in the
t t ; agenda. was supervised by a 'and sanctioned by Joe Staf- group'sreorganization.

: Urs. Alveta Allen, presi- ford. Both men are membersof Newly elected officersare MOTHER T. TUNSON I

o") dent. Plans were also the trustee board of the : Lee Collier, presi-

initiated for the annual church. dent; Leroy Jordan, vice ZION TABERNACLE Church. 1018

k J',. Christmas party scheduled The invitation was also extended president; S. L. Davis, Avery St. between First and

ri'' for the holidays. to Pride of Mace treasurer and director; Fifth Sts., East, will hold

C All members were present Temple No. 186 to accompanythe E. V. Kirkland finance ail-Day services Thanksgiving -
S secretary Ernest Williams
't. and gifts and.prizes were men to the church.MTRQNLZE recording Day Mother T. Tun son,
-- secretary; Effie
= 'P' awarded the following: -- Rogers, corresponding announced. Friends and the

first prize, mrs. Sarah secretary; Deacon Claude general public planning on

.r <> Wright; second honors. Mrs. -StirUvBrtisers I Bryant, chaplain and Rich- attending the event will be

y Margaret Starke and Mrs ard Lee Scribe. served dinners, she stated.

Minnie P. Gadding, consolation .

erD ;. Mrs. Dorothy Oliver r,4 WHY make house payments .

b door prize and Mrs Marga.-
:,...f .),__, -
e ret Mathis, welfare gift. A CARDINAL SIGNS FOR LIFE -- Richard Cardinal Cushing: center, one of five Roman d 20..25..30..YEARS ? h11!
The next meeting will beheld
Ft Catholic Cardinals in this country, is now a $500.00 life member of the National ,
on Friday Nov. 17 at
Association for the Advancement of Colored People. He joined through the Boston NAACP ,
.. a
of 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. branch. At left, receiving the Cardinal's check, is Kenneth 'G scott; chairman of the Own
Carolyn Washington 5704 a Walter Home 1
branch's membership committee. At right is George K. Hunton executive secretary of $
Holly Lock Rd.
>t the Catholic Interracial Council and a member of the NAACP National Board of Directors.

r.} Presentation was made at Cardinal CUshing's residence in Boston. '.
0 I ... -, IN JUST SEVEN $$ft
\( Advise Us of Yeur Teas,. -- 4

'Parties t. Meetings Well In I Meets Sunday

I. Advance So We Can Arrange 4

c To Send A Photographer. I|; Club The meets Royal Palm Sunday Christian at 3:30I : CHURCH NEWS SHORT YEARS \

+ : "I"P.. m. in the home of Mrs.

Eddie Mae Tiller 1423 Lee

F. I St. All members are urged .

+ FLORIDA |I to attend this meeting as ,O!! .... 2 .
many important matters I j
+ will
.be discussed The women's missionary society of St. Matthew Baptist Don't throw your money away on rent year after
: STAB and acted Church 28th and Moncrief Baptist Church will present a year!' For payments less than rent, you can have
: upon. Mrs. Edith Woods musical
'I secretary and literary I
program tonight after
,. Jim Walter Home for in '
} Some your completely paid iust
of the
I announced. participants are: Phillis 1
Leavy, Martha
.-_ Phillips Mrs. Ethel Wright, Mrs. Olivia Harrell. Mrs. seven short years! Spend the best years Y It

Geraldine Sykes Mrs. E. E. Holzendorf Mrs. Annie Arthur, of your life free from nagging house payments ,

Mrs.. o. B. Pierce Mrs. Pearl Wilson and others. and enjoy the feeling of confidence .

ItcOWIE rf x x x. that comes from owning your own home! :

.. ..,'.. .. Pepsi 1 Choir 2 of Emanuel Baptist Church will observe its 29th

anniversary ,Nov. 20 'at 8 P.M. in the auditorium of the

2 'f. f: b J: "... church.. Choose From Over 50 Models !
for those r;; !.:' 3 ,K u.!., .. .t Choir 1 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will serve. Choir 2 S.s 6.
N ;- of Central CME and Choir 1 of Emanuel will be the guest

think K r Others slated to appear on the program are: Mrs. Irean aa f4..
a .. young :1 y Williams, Miss Detra Belcher Mrs. Daniel Rogers, Rey.. S, L

E PSF Badger, Rev. A. B. Blair and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, NO MONEY DOWN .
0 chairman for the observance. 7\< ::

x x x

The Willing Workers Spiritual Singers will celebrate

their 8th anniversary Nov. 27 at 8 P.M. in the Church o i
I the-Living God located on Grunthal and 14th Streets.

See Our Ad on the The participants are: The Versiteers, Zionetts Singers
Inside Back Cover of ibis |
NO Telephone Directory Adventist Chorus, Gospel Echoes, Singing Trumpets, Mrs.
MONEY REMANUFACTURED t Laura Mickens, Mrs. Ella Mae Rafe, Aaron Jackson, Melvin "j /
DOWN! Grace, Mrs. M. Collins, Mrs. Retha Mae Lang Evangelist I
Singers and Sanders Williams.

10,000 MILE Lfl&t&s;; : X x' X

GUARANTEE Elder Oliver Lewis will render a program at 1018 Arey
Street Nov. 23. The program is sponsored by Mother Estelle -
UP TO 24 Tunson. NOV. 23 is Thanksgiving Day and the program
MONTHSTO will last all day. Dinner will be served free.

x x x
CAR OR TRUCK Annual Women' s Day will be observed in Magnolia Baptist
IN STOCK Church. 5729 Avenue B, NOV. 26 throughout 'the day with

FREE .I Mrs. Sophie Crawford, general chairman in charge. Mrs. W. /
TOWING S. People will serve as acting_ pastor for,the. '5r SELECT 2-3-4 BEDROOM MODELS P'7i

H x x ... x PRICES RANGE $1295 TO $3995

4-4444 Annual Women's Day will be observed Nov. 2.6 t throughout i : \ CASH PRICE / ry
the day in
j Friendly Baptist Church with Mrs Fannie D i 1
lard and Mrs. Alice Martin Chairman and Cochairman' respectively GETFREEINFORMATIONTHIS
presiding over all activities.


MOTOR EXCHANGE A 'Pilgrim Program,' a presentation of muscial selection,

LOOK FOR THE CHECKERBOARD" will be rendered_ NOV. 23 at .8 P.M. at the Lincoln Park

:Apostle First John Holiness Church, 1826 9th Street at.
'The program is being presented as a church. benefit and
: for the Hope and Charity Prayer Band.

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X x
J n\ ; S The independent Benevolent Association of America Inc.,

.1 celebrates its sixth anniversary Sunday commencing at 3
P.M. in Mt. Vernon Baptist Church.

Rev. G. W. Coombs, assistant pastor, will (te liver the ann-
c iversary sermon. Rev. C. L. Culver is the association'sGrand JACKSONVIIIE, FLA. 1
President and Rev. G. T. McCall is host pastor. JIM WALTER HOMES, CORPORATION 3431 w. e N
Friends and the general public are invited.JACx80.WILLE lox 62.c1 fV 7-1141

Please send. me, without cost or obligation, your colorful brochure of Jim Walter
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Flonoi **: Bridge Ofcib tfekf Ceremony Annual I

.. .. I Homecoming .

Mere Student and faculty groups available for distribution at .
y 1 r t
f ", alike at Edward Waters this time. 'A spsdai program
i wy
College are busy preparingfor is planned by the Student

yf. the Annual Homecoming Government Association on the
' de- 4 activities, scheduled for I Centennial Campus.A .

'if the ,:1x '. Hiss Homecoming in its I double coronation ceremonyis
t ire
I 4 new rW terminal. stage, is scheduled : planned for 8:00 p.m': in ,

t The Homecoming Committee, : Lee Auditorium for "Miss

at student groups, and faculty Edward Waters College' "
L- and "Miss Homecoming. "
}-} committees have spent con-
a the siderable time planning what, Immediately following, the,
C, \_ Coronation
Ball will be held
a>) (V" A Ac to onlookers, will be the
:" TS 1 in the
college gymnasiumThe
etins most spectacular homecoming
begins celebration in the history annual bonfire and pep

l ,at 1Z Of the college. A gala time rally' will be held on the

UnaIth Vaught is planned, including events Centennial Campus at 6:30

{ for students, faculty, and P.m. Thursday evening. And
sofN a Mrs. a. B. ..xr alumni.' as usual Wilbert Walker is

Chffa ... To ,Be and z, All candidates for "Miss in charge. While Mr. Walker
at Homecoming" will meet in has not released the activities -
r Mrs. Uyrtls Bradley hip i k c' + the Annex of the H. Y. Tookes planned in connec-

n ial es will be given a : : Y Ya Library at 8:00 p.m. Monday tion with the bonfire, the
by some her
= rumor is that it will be
friends Sunday Nov. : :. ovember 13. 'Miss Home-
I 4 to 6 P.M. in the : coming" will be announcedat even better than the mock

Mrs. Maybelle will that time. A series of burial_staged last year.
Francis Street. 35th picture taking session with -- ---.
Mrs. Shootes is of 'RelievesRheumatism ,
beex ) the lucky queen will follow
red for her at ', \
vice to her church ib I II II I this meeting.A .
CUE 'and service II I special chapel program is
Foan will I .
whenever called IAR1Mtf's planned for Wednesday
s with & Arthritis
serve at other, ti November 15. At that time
her r "
volunteer Miss '
r Homecomfng" .was.
Heard Thousandjrfifcve found the mosT
throughout the city. ; officially introduced to the hare
A that soothing relief they
student body. It is planned
keeping with the th j ever known for the pain of
will be rendered. Ap the that programs for the general ; EUUATISU and ARTHRITIS with

i/ on the, program will the c_ a ar fi I homecoming activities will be i jfRheuaanon P.E.S. capsules.
Rev. Sanford Smi &
to jtttylike other preparations
I Ebenezer Male
1 1I Williams, Charles Cong. Bennett Khetmanon ito was made especially
Mrs. Sarah Smith, and help relieve conditions
ian Robinson and A. B. I Gives ServiceSchools !which maybe causing the
Davis.Also Appearing :< .agonizing pains of rheumatism

Deacon John H. Data ',and Arthritis. Don't wait. '

Mrs. Willie Davis, and ,Don't go on suffering when
Sisters, Hubert serve :you may ger such soothing'

Choir No.2, com- comiortlng relief with Rheumanon -
I Church, .Mrs. L. II. for Congressman Charles E. Ask your druggist
Mrs. A. N. Session Bennett announced that .'for Rheullano -'\oday. You '
her volunteers. C. the competitive Civil,
will bless the day you did
Johnson serve
i I Service examination for
ter of ceremonies. Hour AN IMPRESSIVE ceremony marked the installation of officers of the Kaperettes those interested in ap- but accept no.substitutesthere '' -'
lar White is p.m. Bridge Club which was held Saturday night, in the residence of Mrs. Shelley 'plying-for an appointment .. is no substitute for.Rhetimanon. .
activities.The will is shown .
Installator Sylvester Simmons, top photo
W. 17th St.
friends of Mrs. Williams on to the U. S. Military Academy -
a.m. (left). Mrs. Mattie Montgomery,
Mrs. Eleanor C. Davis, president
i eswelcome U. S. Naval Academy LW'S'DRIJC
the at Mr. Simmons left. Seated from left are: Mrs. Adel
f will join in and vice president, is shown U. S. Air Force Academy,
make this Powell, business manager; Mrs. Xelia Mitchell, recording -
a great Pollard, reporter; Mrs. Leola and U. S. Merchant Marinewas ;
/ faithful worker. the secretary: Mrs. Vivian Johnson, treasurer, and Mrs. Marion Flowers, held on Saturday. STORE
financial secretary. Bottom photo seated from left: Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Mitchell

Mrs. Vertell Simmons, Miss Annie Ruth Brown, Mrs. Flowers Standing from leftMrs. ISO Kings_.Road I
.TO .: will Pollard Mrs. Williams Miss Johnson Miss Marva Davis Miss Queen Ester Jenkins
Don't suffer needlessly. Get R. C. Powell, and Mrs. Montgomery.
.>lltf from throbbing pain of t Mrs. Lelia Jackson Mrs. .
.with fast acting ORA-JEL Pain the .1
I in seconds. Guaranteed
toes .
1 or money back.All drug stores. will (Royal Art Studio Photos) All Makes All Me4ettAUTOMATIC
i: preside during the business-
period and the pastor will -- -
conduct the Bible study. 'Jr.1 I Principal Cowarf To Receive V I ADJUSTED" OVERHAULED
-- 1 i '.. Complete Auto Repoi Electrical Syi/emi 01. Relin'mg'
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Duval ward Wheel Balancing front f"J Alignment

i, Plans Program Top County Ii COYOI..t.We Ca...A With 10.000 let Mil,

\II I Junior White Lilly Lodge 113 Principal Chester R. Coward of Douglas Anderson ,- ._.., ....... Rebuilt.
It Elementary, Jr.-High School will 'H"' "
receive _
t a plaque MOTOR MART ._ : .
will present its annual I
from Dr. Ralph Dreger of Jacks. oville University, -1 tIT ..
!. meli' Million Dollar .Tea Sunday officially naming him "Principal Of The Year. 'ltj is m.l Ir._ .C.U |L 56601"Hain r -:
from 4 to; 6 p.m. in the home All Negro principalsin r There will be many officials C'or. & Beaver M' ; '

wits of Little Miss Pamela Duval County vied for on hand for this ,,, ....". ,.. 'fNB_P.rAN.h
no Williams, 1041 W. 8th St. this honor. Each schoolwas occasion. .
The program follows: Invoca- sent intricate forms
Ii to be filled-out in
Pepsi tion, Henry Lawrence; scrip- order -to evaluate its
ture, Don Witherspoon; presen- program. Questions per-

for those tation of mistress of cere- taining to, Evaluative
monies, Gwendolyn Nelson; Reports, Policy and
I who think young selection, the Laurelettes; Faculty Handbooks, plusa
\i welcome, Pamela B. Williams. Personal Philosophyof
.. .-. Education etc. had
Response, Patience Champion:
to be 'answered.These .
.1 special Nowr :--' -- tSizes- 20-2V- selection, Anita Carry; read- authentic reports M K Ts

.I' ing ,Juanita Jackson; offerin were in turn e- up R
till Xmas
. 26 inch
I Irvin
. [ r Willis ; reading Lor- valuated by a neutral
, : .tightweifht" : raine .Murray; selection, the committee composed of

II!' .' speed andmiddleweighr''| Lauralettes. four the impartial faculty of membersof Jack- OPEN SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOO AND AVE B FROM 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M.
: Announcements to the new
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: \\1i I sonville University.After .
.Chrome king and will be made
r. l' trim!;, Queen careful and close -
Bey's by Mrs. P. Washington. Mrs. consideration the JU
or i Mary B. Taylor will make group named Chester R. COLD IWETAL
.. Girl's POTATOES
\ ..... observations and remarks will Cowart of Douglas Anderson -
7' .:\." .. be made by Ceola Nelsoms. "Principal of
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PAGE. SIX. FLORIDA ". November 18, 1961
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HOSTED: Nearly 100 dyed in wool baseball fans of both sexes thronged Lincoln Golf and BYRD- & SONS" :BORY'S MOTEL & RESTAURANTServing

Club last Saturday night as guests ofJo A,Ck.SONVILL&SUNSwhich ushers in Triple-A
Your Bottle
-(Bring )
League baseball here come next spring. An aura of cheery optism reiged throughout the evening ,and ('Clean l' and "
'and during the informal get acquainted program which featured brief talks by the officials and a ,WE SEIL{ Repair .All MAKES OF, This/ Weeks Spec/a// / 1/ Fried Chicken 75c

later prolonged question and answer period. A tasy dinner with all of the accoutrements was served .. .' OIL and GAS ,HEATERS o OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

and enjoyed by 'all. In top photo left, some of the participants frog left are:, Rutledge Pearson: '.6334 Restlawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7 I
Robert j. (Bob)' Parber. executive vice president; Alyson E. Wise; Cy Mann (seated) director ofpublie -. -' I 7904. Kings_ Rd., PO 5-9503,
.' relations: Adrian (Ken) Knight: master of ceremonies; Bobby Maduro Sr. owner of the team, ;Art._ -:-:;,- INDEPENDENT OIL CO. 1 ----- U r
Parham Johnson Moduro Jr.'m nag ; Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels
Miller, general manager; Ben Geraighty, team manager; C. ; Bobby r "
; .of player relaticns, and Eugene Lucas, Hank Aaron's father-in-law. Top photo!: left shows protion of j ;" ',: KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY .'
Attendees listening to speeches. Bottom scene left, Cy Mann, Budweiser'-s Herb Gaines, and Bobby >,''f" |512 BROAD ST. 635 Vs W. ASHLEY

Moduro Jr. talk over sports in general. Bottom pix right, Bobby: ,Moduro Sr. (center) Joshua Hillman ;'i '... (;" :" :,': .!l' Mechanic On Duty | EL 4-9493 EL 4.9105
left, and Otis Speights discuss the night's general theme, baseball.' Hank Aaron and Joe Black were : '. "'I ro'>',' -.E '.-, .. JAMES FAULKNER, Mechanic i '
f able to keep their engagement here due to plane delays. |i =
(Photos By Royal Art Studio). ._._ b ,i' IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor I JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE
i' ... .. State, and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432 I j I:

k q s I .Sigma Gamma\ Rho WoodawnPresbyteran i' ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
I!f Rooms by Day, Night or Week
,. Set! Youth Slate ,
i27 West St. EL 5-4025
I J Andrew, J. Huff Funeral Home Ashley
I.X1't Training and education of ,
P youth will be the nationwide Church Notes 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

focus of programs and Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPSO'Neal's

activities. of Sigma Gamma By L. N. Pearson Sr. 1337 Davis Street EL or EL 46891Carter's

k Rho sorority throughout the Church School for Sunday, 68,96 I Beauty Salon

; Tw1! coming year.Dr. Nov. 19 at the Westminste]
Funeral Home
i Specialist In Hair Setting-
: Lorraine A. Williams, -' Hut 3066 Woodlawn Road iI I
national president, announced will begin at 9 a.m. unde 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE ,j' ,Styling Cutting Waving TintingFOR

details of the the direction of Rev. p. D. Sammie L. Davis, L.F.D., Manager APPOINTMENTS CALL

'. program (Nov. 12-18) as Wilson, pastor, who i I 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4.0546)) Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator

MATH STUDY: Sophomore mathematics' major Verlee Fort more than 150 chapters laboring strenously t '1602 W. 15th St. EL 6-2945

of Brad en ton conducts a briefing in Algebra in preparation acros's the country observed build a church and churc GROCERIES:

for 'Theta Psi Phi's Tutorial Services at Gibbs founding of the school that will be STYLIST BEAUTY SALON

Junior College. Others shown are: Lorenzo Smith of organization 39 years ago. memorial to Jacksonville JENNINGS MARKET I HAIR STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING.

Lakeland and Henry Brown of Tampa (center). Dr. Williams, who is ,Mrs. L. Wilson, wife of th EL 4-9911
1346 DAVIS
-- associate professor of pastor, in her quie Groceries and Meats i
r Mrs. Christine Brown
I social science at Howard manner is giving invaluabl Fancy Citrus Boxes I

University, said the assistance to the work ii .
YEARS collegiate sorority 'plans the church school in th Bonded and Licensed Shippers j RESTAURANTSFOODS
eXCelled FOR to expend its scholarship Westminster Hut on the new 1767 Kings Rd. ,EL 5.4278DrugsSundries ; Bubba's-

program and educational site.We : Coffee Shop
activities for teenagers.The I are asking the entir HOME COOKED FOODS
IN RELIEVING sorority will sponsor membership of the church to
Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop.
SKIN IRRITATIONS this year a Liberianstudent cooperate with the pastoi Jerico Pharmacy Inc
so-called "modem" preparationdo who wiil.enterHowardUniversity's fully in his great effort .i -
Can better any than this? Tetterine relieves external Schoolof to build a new church site. We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription 617 West Ashley Street EL 4-9701
skin irritations almost immediately. :. .. immi wmui ..-. .. -
Law in Service
February. The The church school at Stat FREE Pick Up and Delivery -

,'.'; ..., Equally less insect effective bites for scabies athlete's eczema food, or harm surface student is Miss, Mary 'Brow- and Laura streets will begin On Prescription t Bertha's Bar-B-Q & Restaurant

rash. Get Tetterine from your drug nell of Monrovia, Liberia. ;at 9:30. a.m. Sunday wit
or send 75 cents to Shuptrine '
Last the T. V. in .
year sorority, Huger charge.Rev.
pany Savannah Georgia. J JTETTERINE Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-Daily STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS
which has over 6,000 Franklin D. Wilson, *
951 West Ddvis Street EL 3-9268 824 W. Beaver EL 49583IVORY'S
members, awarded more than pastor, will bring th ,. .. ,
$10000 in college scholar- message at the 11 a.m. ser- "

ItI ships to qualified Negro vice supported by th< LILLY'S DRUG STORES, : BARBECUE '

women in the United States, Senior Choir with C. E. ': & RESTAURANT
I : according to Dr. Williams. Simmons at the console. The A Complete line of '
u .: A stepped-up educational choir will be robed iz COSM.ETICS.RUBBER GOODS ;
You Soak Tk Best Doctor .703 W. Ash'ey'' EL 4.9143'MOM'S
When Your Doctor PrMcrlbM program for teenagers is black. A CANDIESSUNDRIES I I ',. ,_ _
Get Experienced Phtrm nrirttTo also underway in chapters Prayer' service will begin ; *
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered KITCHEN
Fill Your PmenpgOM throughout the country Wednesday evening Nov. 22

According To Your Doei.dt 0 '.c,. r'. .} 'according to Mrs. Cleo S. at 7: 30 p.m.' 'In, connection 1907 Kings Rd. EL 5-8276 OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEKA
Higgins (Palatka) national with the prayer service, the ,
The Best.Qualify Drag .Ai Dr. C. E. blastProprietor l Mr. Louis 'Ford Mgr.
vic president and youth life of Jesus will be'
: program director. studied and conducted by MER VON'S PHARMACYFree 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-9321; Ies. .,EL 5-4220

3 REGISTERED PHABMACISTS TO, SERVE YOULILLY'S .She reported that an increasing Rev. Wilson. We are askin Pick Up and Delivery' Service # .,
number or chaptersare every member to, come ou John Springleton's Place
For All Your Drug Store Needs
sponsoring Teen'Town1Vee2 '
and friend.
DRUGSTORE bring a Hope, % ,
... is Faith going places, *.*_ I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop 4 SPECIALIZING' IN FRIED CHICKEN
1907 Road JACKSONVitt&. FLQRIDA' ELgfe 94291 : 8:00'a.m. week 'and ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS
Kings Open to 11:00 p.m.-7, Days a
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Outdoor KJitar. Mrrevry OmlboarJtSmoke y
13 Outlets Serving
was seeping out a- BRUSH PLANTINGThen Cosmetics_ Notions, Gifts
round the close*door-; of the ,
old refrigerator in the back there was the fellow Sundries and School Supplies '-.t. ; of ,<='s. Greater JacksonvilleGOODSON
yard of a friend when I pulledup who was seen a number of. "
one evening on the start times during late fall loadinghis 601 WEST ASHLEY STREET EL 4-1380 CLEANERS
i I.MAKESj21SKIN of a fishing trip. outboard with rocks and .
bundles of brush. 1230-1232 FLORIDA AVE. EL 6.9762

'We're replied to not my goin'excited fishinVhe shouts .First then one another fisherman till reportedit. it was f Pick, Up and Delivery. -. 2 Locations,

-about the fire on, his patio.We're common knowledge that "oldGeorge" IMPERIAL SUNDRIES .... '4956 CLEVELAND RD, ......._.._..........PO 4-9214
gain1 to'Rample something -
had become a candidate -
new. in the way of out- I for a'-psychiatrist; couch 1056 POWHATTAN ST. ........._..........EL 4-0047
door cookin instead.** Patent Medicines.Cosmetics. .
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ktiito. 4 Ji F'f' ,r 'NOTIONS GIFTS LUNCHES p.m.
i 432 W. UNION ST. EL 4-0269

lightens dirk spot 8ffc Davis t EL4.6531 1"-" CHERRY'S, BAR

perfect powder ".... ", ?64k, f.Me'1crief ; ; p PO ,5-9561 .
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I 'Panthers And Blue Devils ,To Clash In Gator Bowl !


t .Ov r"50OOO Fans Expected Scouts, Slate ';I: Bethune .Slates Lane. 'Cats'' Blue Devils-Panthers Poised.. I

Orange Blossom ClassicMIAMI Nov. 18 EventThe I,;I for Saturday's Homecoming For Thanksgiving Gridfeast/

__..___ _. _L-___
I -- one of the highlights of the football season-- Cherokee Division of

the Orange Blossom Classic -- has been scheduled' for the North Florida Council, r

liibai'js Orange Bowl on Saturday night. Dec.. 9. The game Boy Scouts of. America, Rudyard Kipling was not thinking about the "Blue

i will match nationally rated Florida A and M Rattlers announces its, Showando' I Devils" of New Stanton and the "Fighting Panthers"of

against- an. -outstanding opponent., to be conducted at 'Wilder I Matthew W. Gilbert when he wrote "Oh. East is East

currently leading the Recreation Park, beginningat and West is West, and never the twain shall meet, "for
nation in scoring and total I I Blossom Classic are -n o tt. t
team defense, the Rattlersare i on sale at the University of 10 a.m. throughout the !,,, over a period of years the biggest Bowl game in the

undefeated and untiedIn Misai dowtown ticket office, day Saturday Nov. 18. a city has been. the annual Ea t-West Classic between the

six games this season. 228 S. W. 1st .St; North The "Showando" is a day 4 two schools each Thanksgiving night.

Unless a major upset 'occurs Travel Bureau 1104 N. W. of, boy scouting activity. <
the 29th annual orange Blos- 3rd Ave; and Mary Elizabeth built ,around a patrol of Stanton in the west and ter F/irrell and Johnn .
som Classic will decide the Hotel 642 N. W. 2nd -Ave. I Gilbert in the east have Jarrell.
,adults from each troop. .
National Negro Collegiate Reserved seats are $4. $3 The : been the media of drawing Coach Smalls will count
activity program will
.Championship.. and $2.00. together some of the largest '
heavily on Tracy Hodges.
I _
crowds to attend football
Glenn Williams. W. Simmons.
highly spirited Langston by writing to H. R. in learning basic scouting !'
games in the city. The Marvin Grant. Calvin Hollis
1 niversity from Oklahoma in partridge Business Manager skills and to show men how
: i .pro-type ball game 40-26 Florida A and M University to knit themselves intoa t. s3: rivalry between the two Emery Robinson. Donald

in addition to the wide Tallahassee. close working team of t schools have been keen, Pleaz Lester Wagner. Ber'I''I
; pen brand of football, the More.than 50,000 are expected interest has been high and nard Gregg. Johnny Gibbs
who know '
men one another in t
I anDus Florida A and M 132- to attend this year's the proceeds have been Wilson Gunter Joseph Jack-
a way never before possible.The .
iece marching band has Orange Blossom terrific.The son, and Sylvester Pinck-
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been -a feature of past event will provide as f
Thanksgiving isa ney.
'Classics..' This year is 'no introduction to scoutingfor CECIL MCCLENDON game
xception as Dr. William P. .Listen Sets patrol dads. Registration .. ...... ..Sophmore, Back .. high school game, but Both teams will be firedup
from the the is to the Nth
way game degree to
Foster has two spectacular will begin at 10 p.m. DAYTONA BEACH The -okman College ''Wildcats" '
shows planned for pregameand His Sights attended one would get the snatch victory out of defeat -
by patrols from each sponsor under the leadership of former Pro-end "Cy" McClairenare
halftime.. i impression that it is New and both coaching
t for the Orange On ing institution.' preparing to meet the Wildcats' of Lane College combinations
Tickets Crown Year's Bowl game. will be put-
The campfire! will be at Jackson -Tennessee.
.. Saturday. November 18th at 2:30
I p.m. i The "Fighting Panthers"are ting everything in the form
8 'P. m. H. H. Haysbert Welch Memorial Stadium Daytona
Beach Florida.
Wat h This Clown4I8O36 CHICAGO Questioned during'a I ; out to win the Big "9" of strategy to win. When
assistant director of
guest appearance last Volunteer- Training of the The Wildcats of this stageare theJutstanding passers in North Conference and the the game is over the fans

week at Marigold Arena, I National Council will sporting, 'a 4.win-2 loss the nation, throwing the Duval County Conference will be able to say it wasa

3 '7 heavyweight contender Sonny assist with the program. record. Coach McClairenhas ball and King Davis, one of championships. Coach well played game and the

_ 6 Liston stated he believes Rev. A. J.' Hughes is brought to the ,Wildcats the outstanding receiversof Kitchens believes it can be winner deserved to win. _

4 he'll win his campaign fora general chairman. T. R. a new type prooffensivegame the nation on the done with Willie Grant Lee ,

3' 7 shot at Floyd Patterson's. Lowery chairman of pro- with Bobby Frazier, receivingend.. Griffin, Eddie Lee Griffin,

world title. motions and registration junior, quarterback from The Wildcats of Lane Thommy Jenkins, Charles ,

I .During his appearancei I t Sebring, Florida one_.of, College will be in for a Spencer Randolph Lee.
89-04-03 i i here Liston boxed an exhibition fast afternoon of football.The Raphel cKenzie, Eugene

session with : > activities of the Weekend Smith, Billy Davis, SylvesSaurilay's" -

Sometimes bo's fte' down ajHometunea 1 Ernest Terrell at Inter- I f t.1 i.t : < will include: Friday, '..

He add*. subtract national Amphitheatre. 17-7 p.m. ; Bonfire-Quad- tIlWroM lcerni br .
He work It ail around 1 rangle; 8p.m. ; CoronationBall un Old Equity lif..Evasion., Ill)

Coming Attractions ,I Your Negro Newspaper. SPORTS CORNER' for Miss Homecomingand Football Scores When you retire, y u'll need an '

Stands For The Rights Miss Alumna-College incomeof at least 50. to,60 per
196-10-531 Edward Water 63..PaineGa.
cent of your regular,eanj'i',ks:
Gymnasium ; Saturday,
,Of The Negro People I
: f By C. PARHAM JOWLNSON / 1 November 18-7 a.m. BreaE- ( ) 0 Depending on the a-rca of the

tfast-Faith Hall; 9 a.m. Fla. A&M 71. .AlI m. 0 country, your minimum expenses
PHOTOGRAPHS FOR STATISTICS HAVE PLACED the Florida A&M Rattlers way Executive Committee of the Morgan State 42..Shaw 0 can easily run from $2,5QO.up(' to

out in front in scoring among small colleges of the Alumni"Association Meeting- J. C. Smith 22..St. $4,000 a year. .,

EVERY OCCASION nation. Can anyone give a logical reason why they Part of your retirement income
Conference Room; White Hall: Augustine_ (NC) 8 I may come from Social Security
shouldn't? What else could one expect when scores are '
Hampton 17 .Tuskegee
10 a.m.; Parade; 2:30 p.m.- 14 if you are eligible In addition
i 3't' Portraits Expert Weddings Photography-, Bi&queisPusporis being run up to 76-0 58-0 65-6 and the like. Each Homecoming Game-Bethune N.C. A&T 28..Va. States 27 you might hue a pension from
year the story remians the same. The entire process is former
II & Identification Photos ? Cookman College vs Lane .Morehouse 14..Howard your employer often
Photostats & Commercial Work like putting a super-dreadnaught up against a row boat. College of Jackson. Tenn.- Tenn. State 28'. Lincoln the difference between jour Social

Photos For Newspaper ,Cut i The RATTLERS look up at the schedule and see listed Welch Memorial Stadium; 8p.m. (Mo. ) 20 earnings.Security and You 40 should per cent also of your have

While You Wait I Allen U. this Saturday next Saturday Morris Brown Victory Dance (music i Clark 25 .Savannah St. 8 life insurance, and many plans can

.1 i4j Coloring & Picture Framing then they say "0 what is the use of practice sessions, by Duke Gainous and his Wiley 21 .Southern U. 19 be geared to provide incomev
Lei Us Take A Photo Of You we are at least good for 6p or more points.
Band-College Gymnasium; A&M 34 .Dillard 22 It'll help too, if you own your
WHEN THOSE GAMES ARE PLAYED they take another -look Miles own home. Also: might
14..Ft. you arrange -
I Valley 13
,. ;.: In Natural Color Sunday November 19.,, 11 arm.
; at the schedule, and.it says, this Saturday Bethune- Fisk 13..4la. State 12 for a part-time job on
AVERY 'Worship Service. SpeakerRev. -
J. A your own terms both for the
Cookman and the
following Saturday they see the name
Grambling 23..Ark. A&M 7
I .. Rogers P. Fair, College money and to prevent boredom
AVEHXS! PHOTO STUDIO of Benedict. Well, this is another case of why scrim- Prarie View
Chaplain-Gertrude Hotchkiss 20.Bishop 2 Finally you should have savings.
Ism! KINS( ROAD-NEXT: TO BC LIBRAW mage. At each game the scores are continually pilingup ,
Heyn Memorial Chapel and 3p.m. .
: in large numbers. As the football season draws to a
Phone ,SLBSS For Appointment Community Service
.... close statisticians start talking about leading scorers,
(Broadcast by Radio Station
leading team scoring and at that
point they start compiling k
You Don't Have to Go to' Town to Qt.iOWPRICES the number of points compiled and the opponents WELW-Gertrude Hotchkiss
Heyn Memorial Chapel. .
scores. '
Census Bureau
FIGURES RECENTLY RELEASED shows that up to this point ep-

the Rattlers have scored 233 points and their opponents Will,I Survey now its

6 in four games which means it was at the, rate of 58.3:
On Your Houshold WorkersThe
points per game average. Is it because of the super "

strength of the Rattlers or the weakness of other teams U. S. Census Bureau for those who j
DRUG STORE NEEDS will conduct a survey of
against the Rattlers? Will there ever be enough com-
private household workersin think
petition in the SIAC to compete with the surging connection with the young

Trade. With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Rattlers. The report also says that in the last nine November Current Population a

years, the Rattlers have averaged 41.5 points per Survey, it was announded
Will Meet Prices AdvertisedIn
We Any game. The Rattler team is just the "Big Daddy" of the today.

Your Local PapersWOOD'S SIAC and it Just spanks his little children around at The survey will cover both
I t employers and employes. .
Questions will'be asked
i' THE FOOTBALL SEASON IS GRADUALLY drawing to a close and concerning kind of work
DIXIE PHARMACY the minds of football tans are turning toward the post done, days worked wages

t 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE .AVENUE season games. Already fans are discussing the possible and related items. The ,sur- ,

PHONES EL 3-3597.98. opponents for the Rattlers for the Orange Blossom vey is being conducted by .

WPAY. J&LJJ j & Doctors' PftscrJpffoiu Classic. Fans can always look forward to a real foot- the Census Bureau for theU. s Which word is older
S. Department of, Health
I YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE ball game in the Orange Bowl. Whoever wins the Classic, Education and Welfare.The ,

BILLS AT OUR_STORE there ,is joy in knowing the fans always get what they questions on private Gin orGordon's

JAQCSOp1V jLP', Ft.ORIDA._ pay for. Preparations are in. the making right now fora household work are in addi-
trip to Miami by many fans who will be in the Orange tion to the regular inQuiries
Bowl when the whistle blows to start the 1961 Orange on employment and unem-
Blossom Classic. ployment which are asked
each month in the Current'
THE RATTLERS PLAYED their finest game of the season
Population Survey. ,

against A&T. In winning that game, the coaches, the The Current Populatio'n

student body, the faculty, the Alumni, the well wishersand Survey will be conductedhere L'S'
and in 332 other
p all others had an opportunity to know what kind of ple '
a areas of the country'during
:-, line the team has and to see how the bakes would function the week of Nov-

against some real competition. A game that ends ember 20.

with 32-12 score was not a ,bad game in comparison with .

a. some of the games the Rattlers have won.
: yVTU/vTS*
SENTIMENT IS GROWING hotter and hotter_ about a post .. y
season game for Jacksonville. Those who are talking it ,

up really believe it will be a sellout.. A game between DISTILLED

:a the Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman 'and the Tigers of an increase in priceALWAYS, :f' IOMDONDRY
r -
Edward Waters appears to be a natural. Once upon a ,time ird GINMtflllPWMM.M ,"
S .
there was a great rivalry between Bethune-Cookman and

f LEARN Edward Waters College. There were some enjoyable,.times -

i during those days and there should,..be no :reason"tny i ,

The Latest Scientific the two schools shouldn't' enjoy a post season g8lle. I the certified

EDDIE HILL, TOE CONGENIAL salesman for caning Black : neaswe of qisiitp

t METHODSFLA. Label Beer says: I have many friends who are student gin is 69years older, but sinceCordon's

at Bethune-Cookman and it 'would be a grand. thing_ to .'

J : meet. 'them in the Gator_ Bowl attending a'gaae between a : was introducedin

oIarkerjg. ,school in their home town and their school. I also believe .
in it has been
aNgaae between the two schools will be a far England 769,

BARBER COLLEGE reaching effort along the lines of GOOD WILL'" He
.. the world's
1 l further says that along his route he meets several wordforgitt.r

630 ,Davis Street people during the day who are in accord with the idea. 1 wram BIT cum ccrm.sntni usrua ROM cut ,m.Dn .'

i At BeaverG.I. Approve He says he is quite sure that Edward Waters is ready, EYMCGor ea ars C1I co.UL UlDLJ.I..ulooueT or r.u.

if Bethune would only agree.. Eddie meets hundreds of :
J :;t .
people each day and he is constantly spreading ,goodwill _
: I
r ,inn MreMi Atr-Conditon+d along the &Y. He is a sportsman who Is concerned_ _
I with the best in, sports. 'Tigers Vs. Wildcats Eddie says* "



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[rB&fPTONIOUSE" ; i-A Classified. ": ..,; ;/. Chips Off The Block-s: Cent

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.ux.. VlllU : '. _8EL1'WANTED-dAL_ ..Tby"jay r jiy"Since Myrtle Avc. amf Adams Phone EL 44468
SOCIAL('E.\T/q( Of THE SOUTH MEN: Assemble and Distributein _

Entertainment.NIGHT.ClUB..Dancing Swimming and &Nice Cold Furnished Water, use Rooms.of Kitchen Hot home spare time new Inven- _- .=, __ -: _.___ 0" ___''': J BLACK DRUM f":?................. 29c
Pool and Polio AB Rcoms tion of ten uses. Write: .. Can't But-E","Quips srA"
Judas betrayed the
with Private Tile Bath Coffw Single lady or couples. For
Shop and lottawanT Coarvi.Noe tforthside Recreation, Inc. hundred
Information, years ago men DRESSED
apply at 1728
MIAMI FLA. Box 918 Brooksville. Fla. their fellows over and UM! with finu ...M, cto stark
ST. .sli sattit*. k.4 Ha Lk 49c
pieces of silver which
. COO N.W.27*AYL.tatrx
...4... AII a.Cer4 N..n/+ WANTEDBeauty in many forms. The latest
_\ rife for _eletr.,....,....<.. shape of a card asking 1 LOBSTERS "THI McCOY" u. 59cu.S9e
\ FOR RENT' operators & Barbers
candidates ,for school
Prefer nice Couple or a are 1 wanted to New Holly- white men were asking white TROUT ALSO
.TO.HAMPTON: Single Man. El 4-7510. i mood Beauty Lounge 622 W., candidate but. any Negro
HOUSE &shley-St. Call EL 49774. don't mean a thing to the U'NI' Flip flop

DEPT. 2 ..tots.Tor.Sal. ."Mr. "Porter; EL 3-3245 Mr. his skin that counts. 59'{ C' FLOUNDERS ,,. 39'
reasons why they should not
4200 N. W. 27th AVE.. ; J_.__S. Anderson.HOUGABOOK .
Pretty Lot 2577 Orion StJ 'said that he was a u. RED CHANNEL
MIAMI, FLORIDABE 'Will build new 3-Bd.. Rn.- I t not ask the people (they
Home $300 dn. or sell Lot AUTO, ripe to run some were SPOTS .35 BASS Lb. 39C
SURE TO SEE .$1500 Terms if yo'u like.; SERVICE brother even asked me to 3-S U. Ark.'I,
SWINGING AFFAIRSOF Mr. Shaw to do him a
]J Ev 41208HOMESIOR .,
1961 GENERAL AUTO REPAIR! _: powers that be and his
Big News For Men!
SALE J. W. HOUGABOOK(, Mechanic'. he refused 'to'support Mr.
boys worked hard and
ALSO 1361 Kings Road..PL 43659SERVICE
how votes did Shaw get &
:Large Home 810 E. Beavei '
This act should kill the
JONES TRIO St. This Home being sold.rt'q 'flp 4IR
MYRTLE in all of the so-called
settle an. Estate. ... !; Will repair Venetian blinds because'the leaders did )
A Real Buy / and guarantee upholstering darn sure did. nothing
done with fabrics point clear, if 'know Custom Shirt Makers
,. M & V' REAL ESTATE ,' INC Mill you
.prices. Free estimates Elcee Lucas and Isadore
T- ENJOY COMron1* XAIN JWI-- 930 Arlington Dr. ,work. Call EL 4-5841 on Jay said that they backed Domestic & ImportedFABRICS
Ph. 7242644. financial aid but still
his' compatriots. Strangely \
TELEVISION would be helped by a Negro
Sunday Thru Saturday the ones who defeated him.
STRAND 2 Big Technicolor Hits TTh lie,they last, new 17" which aided the opponents Also
PORTABLE TEE-VEE Sets. worked for the three Custom Made Drapes
Only $7.68 monthly. Ev. on a limb in making these
7-2996 able but someone/needs to Tried Others, Now Try Us" ;
gay' 11anRyes'IHE WILLIAMS APPLIANCE CO. so called leaders to hide
4818 SAN JUAN AVENUE .play ostrich when the L''r. & Randolph Inc
:lJID2T,. EPENDULUM --Open 'til 8 A rash of charity affairs ,
ifJPlus r COED._VINCENT PRICE p.m. of their grand annual openings.affair The on W. 8th St. EL 42524Duval

to see *The Kantanga "
HIT other new dances plus the
tit ---.--. %. Ihe Les Exquisettes are sponsoring of fancy costumes get your .
up laughing when you see UR.FUN ON THE'mYTf.! a Record_ Hop Saturday, Frank Hampton and will Associ Armory,i

,tov. 18 at the ACORN COMMUNITY' Benefit Maybelle"Group"and her show Friday NightNov.24
rO" (CENTER. Adm. Single, 15* This is their second
) 'Couples 25$. Loads of helping to continue to ap 10 p.m. UNTIL ?

;, ,w wig aSs. A. ( popular records and refresh-.: legal actions against the
jnents.. The new million dollar JET ATTRACTIONS
Saturday at 11 a.m. This .
Smds3 P :SKYVIEW SUn Nite South. Plan now to attend PRESENTS ,'.
ROOSEVELT 'l'1brU'11es.d Thru Tues. Singleton will open soon.
really Fa bar-b-que POST
,zed the pig sandwich.
orr I.e WlSJ .;::. ::. l not ON I month or shortly before Dance,
nick place will open.
.. .
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'>.. .
Avenue Lounge which
I. dIA., ..:,-:'..=:':;,?:: NAiDE x IHeD CAH ment will open up we for ROLLIE and his
Man?2? .
". :'" JAEKS :, : Curtis Taylqr observed

ToClnlcOIOrpi a ,... ." .:<.. ICIIaIYI- \ ". The Florida Star other night. fe set up the COLLEGIAN SEXTET
-- tabs. He had a better :
And Action (b.H!t Also Curtis has declared war
SLAVE GIRL Win $240 Cash Hen Nite I f .

Watch : -


Tickets: Hollywood Record Shop; Kozy KornerT
i., ; Ford's
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This Outline Shows Clearly .: .r

:7 Why You Be
Spare May Suffering
PorkNeck ; .


Bones ;; -- '
: Ribs25c Regardless of what your Ailment is called. .No matter how long you

: have suffered..Chiropractic care at the Chiropractic Health Clinic
; may help you back to health.

Pig Feet No Limit I The diseases mentioned below are only a few which are caused by verte
LB brae in the spinal column'dipping slightly and causing nerve pressure.'

I. SH ht pressure on aerrea at this point may eaosa headaches, epilepsy, insomnia, 1 r
c. Lean Western pale in the neck nervousness, .rft rffM_*, or emotional disorders.
Beef Tripe 1 IQ I: A sfigfet sfippms of a vertebra cansta*pressure on nerves fas this part of the splae O
oua thyroid be the disturbances.caae of tboat ttvtble, burdUy palm*III the'ahoaJ era and arms, and.

Frigid Dough .L fte arrowhead marked N. S locates the part af the spine wherein pressure on 3
LB.I Berrea wffl often eases pain between the shoulder blade, muscular ache of the
Hog Maws arms and shoulders, hay fever, aBerflo --'ttVmtr and bI'oDeh' !*

*. ? !7*Sf1 ? at tf1Ia point mamma ebed **ta* 1IaIeMoui'heart disease asthma, 4
dlffientt breathing and other lung tnoblea

Ifor 1, !?BBa ca aDd Iher tbwablei,enlargement of the spleesy and a score of other trouS
Wee beqUmdbCMIIeCI by vertebrae aBppfef and eanainf nerve pressure n
Meat 1W put oft the spine, somettmei so Dad as to remafai unnoticed by others .tmeept -
:Dixie Chef fibe trained Cfebopraeter. 6IL

Here We find lbs same of many gall bladder. problems, disturbances. of upper
bowefav and ahagiea..

7 gldasy: preblema,lIB fflsffase,aad arttoitf are eftea eanaa/by nervy pressure>> : in .7be
| >spfauj> epmhin at ttds pofart.a .
Chile Pies X1.00
X1,00 Oorreettoa af >nek>t traablea .. fambafe, low bade aehe, aaere-Oae, a&pped. disc .Q
tsOem ehlropraefle adJiaiUmuU_ at ttd point

a. Wky ham mmUpatleB, rectal trentiiei. aetatlat. when CUrepraetlo adjustments
at chla part of the satae snay remove the__f, 9

6 Cans ChickenTurkeyBeefPremier : II. A Ht sBppace of one or Mob peMa Mmes win fflcewiae predaeegether edWea ...
lt with many oTstorbsiMiej the>iidilir and repredaettve ergaaatafc and aasop. I >>

Chiropractic Health CIiiic.consultation .'

Discount Stores Invited f

2928 Myrtle .(Myrtle At 20 St. Expressway J.'

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Pack House Outlets Clinic hours.

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824' : W. Beaver St. Route 90 :- .( :0. WED.. *....,*' .. t.' .. ; .-. .-;..,' TELEPHONE r f"

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: : 3118 Edgewood Ave..West""l Phone 7683493II' ,
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Restaurant : Plenty Qf rree J: Parking \

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Free Instructions By ,Certified Instructors : Free Supervised Nursery For The Children 'S

:.Free Admission This Enterprise Is Sanctioned By AB.C.&Vi.I.B.C. y

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Bethune ,

WASHINGTON D. C. -- The The House Of Byron Publishers Fiesta Motel '
First Lady M rs. John P. .
Kennedy, will honor the .
memory of the late Mary PeriodicalsPamplefsBrochures i Jacksonville's Newest & Finest Free T.V. In Each Room!
McLeodsBethune by accepting '- I
I" the Honorary- Chairmanshipof Advertising Layouts Promotions Public Relation's \
26 Rooms
All- Air
a Donor Luncheon" to Conditioned
be given by the Educational Thomas Byron Shields DIRECTOR GENERAL i
Foundation of the National ,
Council of Negro Women, Inc. Tile Baths With Tubs & Showers '(

at the Statler:Hilton Hotelon 1206 Davis St. s "** Jacksonville Florida
: *,- leave
November 18, 1961. Expressway At King. Rd. Exit On U.S. 1 North

The Luncheon will launcha .. .. .

., for campaign a monument to,raise which funds Con- CONGRATULATIONS and BEST ,WISHES I. James'R. Holland, Mgr

gress has authorized the .
1251 Kings RD.
organization to erect on
public land in Lincoln THE CONTINENTAL BOWLING LANES ) I p .

Park as the first memorialto j -

man. ,
Although Mrs. Kennedy's .' THE
heavy official .schedule ; \ ,
will not permit her attendance .
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at the Luncheon, ,, ;: .
she will send,a message of .. ., ..".- ,

greeting and encouragementto Acoustical & Flooring Contractors ,,; > ;,_ .::. .
the .. .. .;,, '
organization for -s .. ; # '
continued success in its. .I. .. IV : "/' : JAX'SLICLCIQS
various projects. ,
With a strong emphasis on
i the theme 'Strengtheriing I

Community Services throughthe .7923 W. Church Sf. EL, 3-7963 ,I: : .
Negro Woman Volunteer"the .' _
Foundation's parent .- ..--. ----.... ., _.-
organization, the National ,
.. Council of
Negro Women Inc. ..
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will hold its annual con- ---
vention at the Statler- CONTINENTAL BOWLING LANES t ."
Hilton Hotel, in November.The "
National Council of
Negro Women was founded by
Mrs. Bethune twenty-six .

affiliated years ago national and has organi-23 RAY'S PLUMBLING & HEATING THE CONTINENTAL BOWLING LANES

zations with an outreach to

850,000 The monument women. itself' is a American Standard Fixtures

special. project of the ,
Educational Foundation, ,
,t"Which. as established by the 7033 South Ec/gewood Ave EV;,.8-5 8 84
""Rational Council of Negro t
v Women in 1959 and which LUCK a
recently granted tax exemption -
so that donorsmay
deduct gifts to it from .' THE CONTINENTAL BOWLING LANE

their income tax returns. SAi'tDRIVE
The Chairman of the Singleton's Superior Barbecue '

TJonor Luncheon"* is Mrs.

Marjorie McKenzie Lawson 33rd Moncrief Rd. PO 5-9411
General Counsel of the J
Educational Foundation. A GOOD LUCK and BEST WISHES '

two foot high replica of
Made to mea.ure. men anal .
the Bethune Monument, designed .
j THE'Iydics rlothe* We feature ,
by the noted sculp- and lilur xrpe hard 'the Tailor.
tor Robert Berks, will be 4 all around material. We .. Iii! IN'
CTf Nr11lENTALtni.A* ljr'": aelr.rti..n"! offui- ,
unveiled at the Luncheon/ tailor made .uiti> and _
Special recognition will pant* at perial I.rireTAlLO RS

be given to Charter Donors BOWLING ftllftG THIS AD,IN AND RECEIVE MADE TOMEASURE \ "
and all Other special A KICE DISC9MT TODAY SUITS LQUOQSJIlPlilrJ(
categories of contributors.The .
Chairman of the Board LANES KING THE TAIL01 .ANDTPC9ATS." tioa

of the Educational Founda -: 10 Broad $t. EL 4-7943 '. .Frtitch Rtv.liYg
tion Is Mrs. Daisy E. Lamp-
,kin of Pittsburgh, ,ell-
known NAACP leader, who is

to receive, ,the Medallionof JACgsorivn r.E.FLORIDA AND ,EQl1AMENTNEriDS!
Honor of the .Women s ?

International RXP081tlonARTHRITIS *
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Pluses.wills ftr my free Information 6., NOIT't rLOIl :sliIlST.'y4. :
My r* f to Paal McCoy
and I aia w arthritic.1 am ':." .-. .
too familiar with the
plat rai ery and eaotional HARRY
plaiat.despair I tried of so my ma.com-" .<. "iiijselsteijaVEST vO. rltpJ J)
friend talac i.to TTsta phanaacal on day circteti a / "r'V" /Illf
told me i about a wonderfultaforfceunrtoMre \
of at r1tII.ere"'I laiBf aeorateia.acari tJiR SERVICE
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1 am*o araaafu! 1 mutt to ull way CQHGBATUUTtONS wri'Es .
AAB tRf wIie,re/eeaeOerie40t. and : how dMNIMdI: of esoss are ae praise .
tec 1 Korko too fkaaaewiM for fcrfj tofaraiarton. II IJ1 -
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C ,ntnfU1'a.Bowling. Lanes

I k Set Saturday 11 am. Opening
a-i, { "

Officials and management of the plush, threequarterof

r a million dollar Continental Bowling Lanes--already.

acclaimed as the finest in the South--opens its doors

for free public inspection Saturday at 11 a.m. Dick

W : Gottlieb the corporation's president announced.A .

J ;p H' tla _
gala has been
I program Garden Circle
slated with brominent city

: *ii +' r and county officials, local Slates ProjectThe

citizenry, and sports fans
participating in the pro Hibiscus Garden Circle
enters into
one of its-
.W ......oi.--.suer ;,;,<. ; .........-. ........._..-t_"" ,. ._. ,__ M_ gram. annual projects
It has already been announced Sunday

IN THE BAHAMAS---Members of the Inter-American Travel Kendrix Organization. Washington. D. C. public relations con- that one of the Nov 19 when its members

Agents Society from all sections of the United States recently sultant to the Bahamas Development Board. In center photo. The community best known, begin displaying Thanks-

spent three business and fun-packed days at Nassau. Bahamas on Honorable Mr Sands, noted attorney-at-law addresses membersof ladies will roll out the giving arrangements on the

the occasion of the society's 3rd annual convention. The group ITAS during Development Board banquet held in their honor at first ball to launch the front doors and pictures

.of travel experts was entertained lavishly by the Bahamas -Development -' the British Colonial Hotel. Seated, left, is Mr. Kennedy director lanes into official public windows of their homes in

Board, the Nassau Hotel Association and was assisted, Kennedy Travel Agency while inserted is ITAS secretary. service. the Durkeville Gardens resi-

in its orientation tours and visits by the Bahamas Taxi-'Union Mrs. Freddye Henderson, Henderson Travel Service. Atlanta. Seen The ultra modern bowling dential area.

and travel and tourist agencies at New Providence, the islandon in right photo are. left to right. ITAS Treasurer Charles North. plant boasts 32-lanes with All Garden Circles

which Nassau is located. Clarence Bain. member of the Bahamas North Travel Bureau. Miami; Cyril' Richardson, member of the the latest in Brunswick friends and the general

; House of Assembly and Nassau travel agent seen at left in first Bahamas Development Board; V. E. Chenea, general sales managerof automatic pin spotters, air public are invited to stop

photo was general chairman ,for the convention. Others seen the Development Board.. Miami; Basil McKinney. member of the conditioning heating by and view the displays

left to right in photo are Milton H. Taylor. Bahamas legislator Bahamas Development Board Advisory Committee; and Hilton G. spacious seating a free Mrs. Grayce M. Bateraan. the

o and Development Board member; Earl Kennedy Detroit; Stafford Hill, president of International Vacation Service New York, and supervised nursery foi circle's reporter, announced
L. Sands chairman of the Bahamas Development Board and memberof vice president of'-ITAS. children, snack bar and a

the House of Assembly; and Moss H. Kendrix, the Moss H. (Bahamas News Bureau Photos by William Roberts) huge, paved, free parkinglot. Brewsfer's Men

I ., Meet SundayThe
Following the grand open-

ing, the bowling public may Brewster Men's Club

NAACP Support Floradale Women t take advantage of free instruction will meet Sunday at 7:45:

Philip A. Randolph Organize Brewster Mercer Draws C/earenee Mitchell Will Close, from certifiedin a.m. in the dining room of

Volunteer 15 Year Term State NAACP 4 Confab SundayNAACP'S structors.Since the hospital. It has been

CHICAGO. ILL -- AFL-CIO : GroupA the sport of bowlingis announced by President J.
For Robberies enjoyed by millions of Earl Morse. He said from
President George
Meany group of Floradale DYNAMO
of' people including entire now until further notice
knows that "anti:Negro met and organized t
bias is found in large women themselves into a Brewster .' :., The man that packs a wallop in the fight for the passage families i; is expectedthat the club will mdet every

sections of organized !'f- .. of laws that will serve all people regardless of the 3118 Edgewood Ave- Sunday.

labor. NAACP General Methodist Hospital Volun- ::<; race Clarence.,Mitchell, will speak at the closing nue, West, recreation cen- The club has launched its
teer service to the hos-, -
meeting of the 2nd Annual Convention of Florida NAACP ter will add an aura of me- annual fruit cake benefit
Counsel Robert L. Carter '
stated. pital. branches. Sunday afternoon. The Meeting will take tropolitan pursuit ,to the sale and it was agreed that

Here to address the second Mrs. Elinor of Volunteer Hurley. ;*t place at St. Stephens AME Church in Jacksonville at 3 ever-growing North Florida the meetings muss be held
P. m. populace.All I every Sunday for all those
annual convention of the
at Brewster. said
Service I
Negro American Labor Mr. Mitchell known as one H. Brooks and C. Kenzie those planning on attending handling cakes will be able
she was, well pleased with 1 I
Council on Nov. 19. Mr. the enthusiasm shown by the of the best "watchdogs"of Steele, Sr. Tallahassee; Continental the grand openingof to make weekly reports.

Carter added that the AFL- Congressional activities Rev. A. Leon Lowry. Tampa; Bowling Lane I

'CIO executive council newly organized group. affecting the Negro, is the Pev.v.. 0. Wells Cocoa; are.urged.to. register for I Observe Annual
They have already answeredthe the free gifts '
which joined Mr. Meany in Director of the NAACP's... Pev. F. C. Tillman, Daytona which win '
call to duty by per- I- be given during Day Sunday
censuring A. Philip Randolph Washington Bureau. He has Beach and Pevs. J. B. the opening i
forming different chores day's i
'is also awareof 'in a hospital. It:;.,-' .-............-=':--.t.-.-"...____ --- l been active in every session Williams and J. S. John- program. I' The men of Zion Hope

union racism/ Officers of the Volunteer Lawrence Mercer 30, of of Congress since his son of Jacksonville. Baptist Church will observe .

Mr. Randolph, presidentof group are : Mrs. 1650 tyler Street last appointment with the Associ- Presiding at the Thursday St. Louis Daily their annualmen's -'

the NALC, is the only Earlene Alverez presi- Tuesday drew a 15-year ation, and has met with night meeting was Bishop Day Nov. 26 beginning .
Congressman, Senator Sherman L. Greene presiding I with the Sun d a'y'
Negro AFL-CIO vice presi- in the state every
Ella Lawson, sentence 'I
dent; Mrs. Drops Race School at 9:30: a.m. with
and President that has Bishop for the Fleventh
dent. He was recently chairman of activities; prison for a robbery which Deacon J. L. Chatman

censured by the union's Mrs. Margie ffhilley. was one of five successful served.in the Capitol /City Episcopal District. Want AdsST. : serving as guest super- '

hierarchy for. charging the treasurer and Mrs. Elaine robberies and for one attempted since moving there. All sessions are' open to :: intendent and Deacon a
AFL-CIO with not'ridding robbery. A powerful speaker and top the public. The Sunday : Ernest Thomas will re-,' *

Hallback secretary.. NAACP strategist, he is meeting will close the 'view; the lesson. '..
itself of racial discrimi i
The group will meet in Mercer has been accused of LOUIS The St. Louis Rev. Ernest Dell of .
expected to give a report session with the adoption of
nation. the home of Mrs. Earnestine five robberies. He was Globe Democrat a leading ; Starke and Raleigh R.
the activities of each the Conference Statements.Some .
"It is ironic, Mr. Stephens. 5046 Cleveland sentenced by Judge A. on daily newspaper here informed Cox assistant principal -

Carter said, "that a few_ Road. Saturday November Lloyd Layton in Criminal Florida Congressman and outstanding figures the NAACP that it. I of Howard Academy r-
days after labor's Senator on bills which the N taking part in the programare of Monticello will be
26, at 3:30..m.. Invita- Court on his plea of will no longer refer to
ACP has considered vitalto heard at the 11
-Mrs. Ruby Hurley, S. E. a.m.
chastisement of Mr. Pan- tions are extended to other guilty to robbing the Jack "race or color" in clas-
worship hour. E. H. Benjamin *
the advance of Civil Regional Secretary. NAACP.
dolph, the U.S. Commission women of the Floradale Bass Cafe at 1332 Kings sified employment advertisements of Mt. Sinai Bap-
Rights. He will also give a Mrs. Hurley is remembered
on. Civil Fights, should commun i tv. Road of $32 on the nightof tist Church will be *
publish a report which ,...--.h__ _. report on the NAAcP general by citizens for her leader- guest soloist. .
September 14. The decision grew out ofa
program especially in the ship during the Sit-in The officers are : Dea-
documents Mr. Randolph'sindictment.
Judge Layton deferred conference between Pic- .
area of job discrimination.On demonstrations in 1960. Also Guy Shepherd. Chairman ,
sentencing Mercer on his hard Amberg, publisher of W. B. Mitchell co-_ .
Friday night WestleyW. present are John Brooks.
'Organized labor cannot plea of guilty to robbingthe the Globe Democrat and chairman and Augustus H.
4 H.yhS.Y Law, recently reappointedto National Director of Voter
expect the allegiance or Sunshine Grocery at representatives of the program chairman.
his position as a letter Registration for NAACP
support of Negroes unlessit 1401 Davis Street of $245 NAACP.
carrier in Savannah by Miss Julie Wright NAACP
decides to move with the night of August 25. General Association spokesmen at AthleticsHaveLongTale
Youth Field Secretary, and Iraq
vigor to eliminate racism After the 15-year sentencewas .will speak at the Freedom the time, were protesting
Robert Saunders, State NAACP
from its own ranks. passed. Asst. SolicitorR. Fund Dinner. The affair the.Globe Democrat's rejection -
Field Director.
."And organized labor can- Hudson Oliff droppedthe will be held at the Flk's of a Negro model

not hope to survive with- other three robbery Rest. CORE Praises for its annual fall fashion Even Iraq in is the historically: days of Babylonand athletic.

out the support and allegiance counts and the one attempted show. Assyria hunting and horseback

I t of Negroes, robbery charged Convention: CpU: ;ert 'I11ursr.tiy NAACP's AidNew However the talks tookon riding were popular

Mr. Carter asserted.He against Mercer. ii t broader aspects and sports Kings sih ao* :\hiir--* ,
j The first day of the conventiotf'saw York r CORE National Banipal and Sebuchanezzar, ;
added that Mr. Ran- Mercer said in court he 'minfstets James Farmer Lauded covered the problem of assuring placed much value in iff CM..:

dolph speaks for Negro f + was unemployed and needed I from jack Greenberg, direc- Negroes equal employment activities, realizing theyj
allover the State meeting strengthened their bodies:*
America and that Negroes 'funds to feed his wife tor of the NAACP Legal opportunity. The ,
Paintings and drawing of:tl\c
with lay religious leadersto
want him to "continue as and four children. He also Defense and EducationalFund NAACP then proposed that times often featured Horsemenand :

their leader and spokesman admitted that he was con- plan for the Church'srole for assuming much the racial want ads be hunters reflecting the attention .

|j, in this crucial struggle. victed of unarmed robbery in the Freedom Fight. of the future legal bur- dropped.Mrs. -I and importance given
Honored were eleven Minis- den of defending the them by the populace.
Mr. Meany, to the contrary a and sentenced to five Freedom Riders. Margaret Bush Wilson Then the Arabs came and
ters who have sacrificedtime
l notwithstanding...... years while with the Armyin Farmer pointed out president of the local exerted even further athletic
[" X
----- and energy in leadingthe that CORE will con- influence. They loved life in
NAACP branch said "thisis
that nothing Germany.One
Royal Crown desegregation4efforts tinue to maintain a responsibility the open air and encoutagedthe
winter doldrums
of the Most outstanding a positive step whichwe of
spread hunting riding
1"V" color. Pic- in this Stat Citationwere and an interest -
IW l Bottling Company in this R & K shift marks of identification in the Jackson trust all of our news- and training with scimitars.
awarded to Fr. Theodore
wool jersey in vic- will take. During the reign of the Abas-
on Mercer by papers
1235 SAN MARCO BLVD: cases. At the requestof
or honey. .R. Gibson and Rev. EdwardT. sid dynasty polo was adopted
tim's was a tattoo on his the Episcopal Minisf -
and "drek. similar to

. GET FAST RESULTSITAS I Iz. Lose.arm which. Oliff read said."Born to A.. Joseph Graham Reddick.of Miami Fr.; Revs.David ers to, CORE defend will these continue 15- /'1 Star Advertisers. II I- -'hockey. a game

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