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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:
September 24, 1960
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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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:
September 24, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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i--i--i! : :NAACP' Mass Meeting

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j Speaks at Mass Meeting Here Civil Rights Commission

BOYCOTT WORKING? NAACP officials' submitted the pictures above showing What has been described as"police harra. sing"
the initiationof One of the leaders who played an importantrole
in downtown stores since
the sparsity of Negroes seen of Negro youths reached.a new peck this week
campaign. The young lady in the top photo in the recently successful integration of
the "selective buying" when a 17-year-old boy charged that he was
card the one in the center shot is shop- Tanrna's downtown stores eating facilities will
is shopping for a greeting ; pistol whipped by a Jacksonville policeman.
be main speaker c+t the regular meeting
lunch weekly
is seen at a Jim-crow
One elderly Jaxon
f orhoisery. Elgie Durhamof 725
t ping with the current movement. ..., ......:..::. of the Jacksonville: NAACP Youth Council.. Riot Victim's' Death
counter, unconcerned .. -,-.-__ _.:-=.___-
4i- 2,000 March hed the council's mass meeting rro'gr:-m whichis walking along t he Unsolved
Third Negro Student Accepted; : scheduled Sunday'Septr.25) At 4 p. m' in. street when Thursday,
morning one of
In New Orleans Bethel Institutional Baptist ChurchOrange and
After Action
two Negro policemen Jury.
Ho At U. of F. Graduate; School 1 shouted at him,"come
Protest Movement Hurstpresident -. here".The youth said BY ALYSON E. WISE

T".L\H'SSEE---When W. George: Allen, 24, of NIJ 'I'RLE'N -- While of the local he attempted to run The death of Charlie

Sanford began study at the university of NAACP youth council butwas caught by Davis, in all probability -
reinforced City police
d stated Friday that the officer who beat
Florida's law school this seekhe became the I will go unpuni
stood watchfullyon
the dynamic state him with the butt of
.. fourth Negro to become accepted on a graduate the alert,w ell shed.A
.NAACP is his
wi level the inst. ution. president gun. Duval grand jury,
.it over 2000 Negroes infiltrated -
being brought here t When seen at the
during a morning long
Allen, a graduate in; guarded
r Bi-Raclal Groups to step up the council's i police station by a investigation into the
1958 from Florida A. Wl lines to march I
selective lawyer for the Nat-
buy death of a recent Negro -
University is married
Around ash o r pine
Praised ing campaign against ional Association for
I By riot victimre-
and the fat her of center here this
local departmentstores the Advancement f
three children.His week. o turned a no true billto
FSU President practicing bias Colored People, Durham's Circuit Judge Will-
acceptance at the It ws reported to
and racial discrimi- head was saidto
iam A. Thurs
institution makes him! TALLAHASSEE State be the bisrest anti- Stanly -
r the second Negro to attend comunities suffering erection pro t e st bandaged. day morning.To .
Hurst also added the Friday morning Dur-
the law s c h o o 1 from racial tensionsand march in New (Orleans. of ham before circumstances
group's boycott was brought surrounding the deathof
here. The other race unrest might find history. LOWRY
; A. L.
dailies! which continue .REv. Judge John San- old Charlie
membera girl, studies a solution to their A. spokesman for the to "slant"" editorial tora who sentencedthe 27-year
Edward Davis remain
at the university problems iron cooaents demonstrators s a id the call meeting also 10
comment con- to daysor unsolved.At .
medical school. invites all interested
made by Florida State that"picketing of the
,cerning Negroes and $50. on a chargeof
approximately 12:30
After their ace ep- University's new president shopping center began individuals to parti-

tance for study, the this rack.* Friday (September 16) refuse to give proper cipate in the Monday Earl vagrancy. a.m. Aug. 30, the car
titles to Colored M. Johnson
which Charlie Edward
first two Negroes were In the student publicationFlorida over the center's dis- night's planning con- NAACP
will also be lawyer said
women Davis was driving
dropped for academic Flam- crimn'tory practicesin ference.POflCEREPORTS.
discussed and the feasability of
steppedup crashed :into a utility
failureit was reportf beau, Dr. Blackvell the hiring: ne '-
i f in tempo. appealing the sen- pole at State and Clay
stated, "I believe in -accepting o n 1 y
The local presidenturges tence is being con-
i Allen, in comnenti n P ,the idea of negotiations. few for menial tasks sidered.In Streets injuring him
on his daily class, ." all interested the mean- severely and causinghis
r This week's de ra on- MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE time NAACP
in Duval officials
routine, said that he The 49-year old for- strotion was activated persons to OVER GIRL FRIEND LOSS described the inci- companionWillieGreento
had encountered no'\ f'ficulties" attend this meetingso be hospitalized. -
mer o f by orderly ell
and t hat North CarolinaUocaen's dressed participantswho as to become fully Charlie Janes Rackley dent as another case .

been acquainted on the 22, of 1106 W. 28th of police brutalityand Davis died shortly
"everybody's very
College who recently while :uietl j made the Street it is expectedthat
by shot himself
I i j'cooperative." progress after Green was
took over as presidentof sinking: hymns, march
efforts will
thus last be
organization Monday in what later
released from
He went on to say that FSU succeeding the ed in groups oT threes a
far. was claimed as a sui- made to present the local
he had been treated was
late Dr. Robert M. and fours round the
For that reason," cide case to the civil
attempt police then assumed h
like an a v e r age Storzier remarkedthat t atDavis'
picketed area. he, added, startingtime reported.The rights commission death resulted
I student.
he had"seen bi- of Sunday's regular victim told police hearing o n police from the accident.
Integration of the,
[ racial committeesprove
weekly meetinghas .
university's graduate I Ii last March. A near- he shot himself brutality in Jacksonville An autopsy performedthe
} helpful other been advanced to
j schools. began in 1958 cities." riot developed resulting 4 in order that because his girlfriend scheduledfor following day revealed -
in the p.m. Claretha Andrew Monday,Sept.26. that Davis had
i when a ruling by U.S. In describing himself organization individuals having.
i District Judge, Dozier as a moderate, of a 13 person cuixiittnerts ,2 9,of 1196 W. 23 been hit by a .25 cal

1, DeVane stated that bi-racial ccczittee.S previous Street was running a- Campanelfa.Drop* ibre slug in the head
consented will have an
round with
t ors for development anotherman. immediately posing the
qualified Negroes must deal
; that a great tunity to attend. .
i be admitted to the't of patience was need- of the bi- Divorce Charges question as to whetherthe

t institution's graduate ed by both sides; racial group was the Team captainsgroups Rack1e7 was taken toDurtal Jacksonville native -

and Tallahassee l nist- precinctarea and individual Medical Center GLEN COVEN.Y.-Rjraer death was attri-
professional changes to come about
schools. should not be illegaly erial Association, workers are by Dallas Grahaa _- baseball treat, Roy buted to the accidentor

-.- attemptedand that he comprised of white urgently requested bulance where he is Campanella announced from the pistol

did adhere civil ministers and t n enistcrialAlliance attend the important being treated by Dr. .this week that he was wound.
You Asked For It not to -
disobedience.The meeting of this year's J. HcKenzie. dropping. an impending

The Florida Star hi-racial composed of Negroe annual NAACP Membership Patrolmen Robert George ,divorce suit against inc for the familyand
committee -
clergymen. drive cosadttee Jr.and T.L.Mays his wife. staying away from

Now TwiceAWeek bout following here came sit-in a-, James T. Vocelle, scheduled for 8 p.m. investigated. The ex-all star Dodger home.In
a suit
Hail $1. Today by Florida A & M University chaiman of the Fla. Monday at Elks Rest, Send $1.00 Today : catcher filed Mrs. Campanella countering said

I and FSU stu- Industrial Coaaission 726 W. Duval Street. For the Tvice+week suit for separationlast
For a 1MontkSubscription I dents at the F. W. Is the con ittee's' Mrs.Queen B.Villiaas I Florida Star Aug. 11 accusinghis was fitment ofCampy's

Woolworth Co. here Chairman.. director in _issuing. .. For 1 Month wife of not imagination.

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"Member of Associated Negro Prov'trte f, a tt1 -:;zJ.1.F New Method NeededTHE
0. Simpson, ___ ._ _. _Editor I iA ; I __ :-: 4;:

C. Puhaza Johnson _- _N. .Slaff ; l' ;r .:t7 .. t. __ .
Hilda Wooten *_ 1 Circulation Dept. jr; \... ; LOUISVILLE DEFENDER
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MAIN omCE PLANT !- Some years ago Cassius Clay of Bourbon

'i1/ KeeexUf Read ._ EL 4-172 EL (-.,,, \ _. -- -. County stood before the 1890 constitution.
,t.....rL to... al convention and said these words of
Mailing Addrtui ffii/f wisdom.

P. O..Box 811 JtcksoaYfll J, Florida .' i.
"Times change and we change. What it
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fly necessary one era necessary
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Marling Address ry't

P. O. Box 581. Jacksonville 1. FloridaSUBSIUPTION '. It i is well to ponder those words as Ken-
\ tuckians prepare to go to the polls on

...._ .. I ---. o (\ Cy '': November 8 to vote for a constitutional
---- --
''' : convention for a limited revision of a 19th

RATES : .:., .\r rr Century document.

Oai Year $5.00; Half Year. S3.00: Three Months SI.80 ,/4i/ 4/ 1% Clay knew whereof he spoke. Today
Mailed To You. Aajwhere In The United Stale. N teasw'W ". many! of the sections of that constitution
laJ ulptien Payable in AdvVJica. Send Check or Money Order To X l8XJ \ need revision. We don't need those sec

lions which hamper business in its work.

We don't need those parts which preventthe
state from. establishing farm research

Are Waking Up ,i % h 4 \ centers. \
Jox Negroes tt ; One other delegate, A. .T. Auxier, predicted

: at that same convention that some
I DVt day man would fly through the air at 200
It would appear-and we say this somewhat re- : miles an hour.

luctantly--that after all these years of dis- r
We have long since reached that
unity and accepting second class citizenship, .._
---- -- --- -- --- ------- --- ---- We have long since reached the day when
Jacksonville Negroes are finally waking up. our constitution should be revised.

The evidence is found in the fact that large wealth into the 20th Century. Let us resolve -

numbers of Negro citizens are withholdingtheir THE GOVLKN'MKNT, AT LUNG LAST, DKCIDKS IT HAS hXKMCMMiOTIthSl'ONSIHlLlTIKS ) :. : to go to the polls on November 8

patronage from stores and establishments : and assure a better, bright future for our

that discriminate against our people. At long young people.
It's an obligation we owe the future.
last Negroes in Duval County have decided that .

they won't pay for segregation.They have come .

to the realization that as long as we spendour '- __ '

dollars with firms that practice segre- Your Daily Besureyou're

gation, we are paying to support it. There is -

evidence, too, that more ofus are finding out Horoscope.Guide registered!

that the, best way to fight segregation and _

discrimination in employment is to cut off the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR

offenders' source of income. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL REGISTER AT

For a number of years now we have been point- 320 EAST BAY STREET

ing out that Negroes should receive e q u al --= =-- By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I County Court Haut

treatment in every respect from the fir ms

with which they spend their weekly and monthly ....

earnings. But it took a riot and bloodshed to

wake us up and make us realize that we must Sagittarius

stick together and pool our resources in order Leo

to achieve any progress, socially or economi- Aries Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st

cally. It is regretable that it took such a 24th Sat. Check for any hazards in your home
recommended' 24th SaL The morning hours can l lie used tie
calamity to start the ball of unity a-rolling .' this evening. This period is not of advantage to pursue new activities. Ry evening
visiting. The pursuit rou-
Born March 21st thru April 19th for traveling or ,
.however, as they say, better late than : tine activities is best right now. you need to watch your health. Don't '
'4' overindulge in food or drink.
25th SUN. This is a good day to engage inactivities
never. 24th Sat. The Sun square. Mars puts you which will be restful and relaxingfor 25th SUN. You will find ways of easing tin
Exactly what percentage of Negroes are withholding under stress or denotes conditions which require time in tension which you have experienced lately
However, spend some crystallizing
I self-discipline and_ restraint for your you. Spend the day in quiet relaxation: with con
their trade from firms that discrimi- plans for the coming week.
own good. Follow a conservative course. genial people. Recharge your energies
nate is not known at this timebut the report 25th SUN. Welcome a chance to take part 26th Mon. Catch up on all loose ends. Do 26th Mon. Concentrate on routine activities.,
in activities which will not expect anything important to crop up need clear desk of neglected!
further your inter- You to your
from the Federal Reserve Bank i n Atlanta where business matters are concerned. It is calm
est in religion or philosophy. Keep an opca correspondence. However try to remain
which states that department store sales mind in discussions with others. necessary that you build up your energy. in order to avert nervous strain.

showed a 7 percent decrease over the corres- 26th Mon. Mercury sextile Uranus is a developing 27th favorable.Tu. The Your hours personal before magnetism noon are is quite high.so 27th Tu. Venus enters your sign today snaking
; than
ponding period of 1959 during the week ending and aspect surprises which in can your bring relations pleasurableevents with bring: your talents to the fore. Guard ver.your Business personality and professional more magnetic interests ran

Sept. 3, is indication' that a dent is being others. Incoming news furthers plans. against hazards in the late P.M. hours. he furthered. Make your efforts payoff.Z"30992908392 .

made.. .And we daresay, that statistics will 27th Tu. The early forenoon is best for nec- ;
essary communications travel Later 180 7--79--76--187
or ,
show a greater decrease forthe weeks of Sept. there is a need to accent duties, responsi-.

10 and 17.Negroes bilities, and affairs of superiors. .

probably saw for the first time how 6S0448943693.TaU1115 ,S ', .. VirgoBorn CapricornBorn

the white forces were lined up against them. '

They saw how renegade mobs were permitted to '. 22nd Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th
line the streets armed with ax handles to attack Aug. 23rd thru' Sept.
24th SaL If traveling is on your agenda, be
peaceful picketers without so much as a 20th 24th Sat. Use discretion in what you eat indis- v on your way before sunset. Avoid any argu-
Born 20th could invite
May end. You
drink this week ments with mate or others over finan-
cautionary word from the city's chief execut- if careless. This is not a your
position you are cial change in plans.
matters. Accept some
ive. how innocent 24th Sat. A display of self-reliance is neces- travel matters. \
They saw youngsters were good day to pursue
25th SUN. The Moon enters sign today,
sary in pending matters, for you may find it in soli- your
beaten white hate bullied lawmen 2Sth SUN. Spend a restful it that find time to ,
by mongers, by difficult to obtain! required cooperation from replenish your making necessary you re
chance to
others this day and evening. tude. You a lax. Don't let business matters throw you off;
thrown in jail on trumped up charges energies and to plan your activities.! See push them into the background.
25th SUN. Welcome a chance to review your, and relatives this evening. .
land fined without
or jailed evidence. and joint assets. 21th Mon. Concentrate on finding ways to
present resources rearrange all the planetary -
activities are
how the local slanted You valuable items 2fth Mon. Routine increase earnings. Good hard work will pay
They saw daily papers may come across many Your health may suffer -
aspects off. Your energies are in high gear, but get
which have been
their reports of the incidents to make it appear misplaced. if you try to do more than your energies things under way before sunset. t
2fth Mon. A conservative approach to mu-
that Negroes just went wild and started tual affairs is recommended. Be readyto will allow. Build up 27th To Some new idea will come to you as
money developmentscome
27th To. New and unexpected bolt of that will
a out the blue especially one
whites. how the make necessary payments or collections There will '
attacking They saw daily into professional life. /
on schedule. Let others pay their share. your Be improve anything having to do with your.
morning paper which more than 10,000 Negroes be opportunities to increase your income. financial affairs. Have confidence.
27th To. Mercury sextile Uranus and Jupiter if are traveling tonight.
fork up their money for .each week and get onlya marks this portion of the month as favorable careful you 2.40663965346Ibra 2-30-33-28-31-238
segregated enforced a black-out of the for your pocketbook. Acquire desired pos-
sessions; buy and sell if you wish ,
sit-in demonstrations and other protest moves 550994892898Grnnini AquariusBorn

on the part of Negroes' in Jacksonville.....

They hive watched, too, those who read the Jan. 20th thru
24th Sat. Enjoy the daytime hours pur- Feb. 18th
editorial pages-the- morning daily's pro- suit of activities which will benefit you and
jtorn May 21st thru June 21st others. Current planetary influences warn 24th SaL Don't force arguments with your
stand its
segregationist frequent rantings" you to be off the road by sunset. mate or partners. They may be very touchy
against Negroes and the NAACP and its preach- 24th SaL Mars square the Sun steps up the 25th SUN. Your home surroundings are best this evening. Be patient and understanding.
ings for continuance of the Southern tradition impulse for expenditure this week end. B: for you now. Plan to have a gettogetherwith If you are traveling, remain alert.
guarded concerning your budget and posses- congenial friends and neighbors there.TheY' 2Sth*SUN. You can enjoy this day of rest in
Confederate style. sions. Take no unnecessary risks now. can be a source of much pleasure. peace. The domestic skies dear. Spend some
2Sth SUN. By early afternoon you make .26th'Mon. You are urged to follow only rou- time with loved ones and neighbors. Recrea-
How self-respecting Negroes can pay their good progress if you allow your mate ot tine matters. Don't expend too much energyon tional activities can be pursued.
money and accept insults and degredation at others to set the pace for the day's activi unnecessary activities. Others may try to 21th MOB. Your best interests are served if
ties. Further cooperative interests. off on negative tangents.. you plan to work from behind the scenes.
breakfast through their morning paper is beyond 2fth MOL Good aspects to Mercury provide get 27th"you Tu. Something unexpected develops Hold confidences to yourself. You can look
comprehension.Quite you opportunities for advancement ot personal where financial'interests are concerned forward to rewards for work well done.
number of ,interests early this week. Be rady to beforenoes your Strike while the iron is hot. 27th To. With the Moon in your sign, you
a Negroes have talked about welcome unexpected contacts and chaages. remain calm during evening hours. can expect to have ,greater control over an
cutting off their to these Try to Be aboveboard in your dealings
patronage organs of 27th Tu. The turn of the Moon creates situations.
degradation; but actually onl r about 500 Jaxons rather sensitive conditions by this evening; '. '780 22-7 9-29-722 with others. Remain alert after sunset.
and -be diplomatic in all
you must money 'O-il--69-13-891
have withdrawn their support. Yet with just others. Conserve
dealings with vitality.
........_ ,
500 persons withdrawing their support from .tO-22-12-21-422 --- : -* of Scorpio Pisces
segregation, racial degredation and promotion .

of second class citizenshipit is an indicat Cancer .rv' Nev..22tti. Born Feb.' 19th thru March 20th

ion that Duval Negroes are waking: up......and fern Oct. 24th .

the spirit will Spread.'indih tern Juna 22nd thru July 22nd weekend pleasures this 24th" SaL Attend to your personal affairs.
24th Sat. Enjoy
You add desired items wardrobe.
24th SaL The bun square Mars steps up risks #* morning. Later,yon will need clear to be of on people guard Romance can runs on the rocks to this your evening,bat
to your budget and belongings. Be alert and for possible accidents. Stay don't let disappointment throw you.
cautious in this respect Keep dealings with who are bent on picking a quarrel2Sth
2Sth SUN. Instead of centering attention on
loved free from to circu-
ones strain. SUN. This is an excellent day
th. crowd. You have
yourself today, turn to
25th SUN. You get much accomplished by late among friends and relatives, especially both safety and solace ia numbers. Grasp an
early afternoon if special attention is given during afternoon hours. Later, plan some- opportunity to make new friends.
strength, to personal chores and health interests. Later, quiet relaxation at home before retiring.
21th MOB. Attend to responsibilities
be extremely careful in finding the solu-
diet. 2th MOL Concentrate on
Don't sidetracked other
by people's
get prob-
2th M... Close attention work tion to domestic problems. Many of them
to routine lems. By day's end, what yea have accomplished
for life. and important tasks Trill enable you to win ;' can be ironed out during evening hours, will give you a brighter outlook.
- your acclaim. Be efficient and helpful Make nec- when you will find cooperation high.
27th To. Throughout the
adjustments with offer comes yourany daylight hours,
essary co-workers. Hih Ta. An unexpected
work, business, and affairs
which will lead you on to money are fay
TB. this morning
Mercury sextile Uranus denotes
I vored. Improve your interests. You
/ unexpected good nnn'concerning home inancial gains but it b necessary that'you. tonn
into disappointments this P.J..(.
financial affairs. Let interests of your mate ettle any deal before noon. >

'WtRin'r iJETHE THIS WEEK and others govern evening activities. ,,' .. _- 1-10651265165
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Saturday, September 24, 1960
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A. L Lewis Schools About '
SociallySpeaking PeopleStantonfs

Personnel Changes ,
.LI T I iT I 1 = C !i HIJT'
Class of f51 meets at Club Eldorado
Given In Report Saturday night to discuss plans for the coming

Louise G. Guinyard z- year 1961."..Mrs Beatrice Coleman Mrs. Flossie

It vas "Round-Up Time" for AKA's last Tuesday" parson, Joe Brown, and Kerry Rhim" are contact
West .Vided to the faculty committee members in charge of the affair.
evening at the home of Mrs.Erma Word,3717 a
Moncrief Road, sponsored by the Executive Com ,of &.L. Lewis Elemen-Hill h, L Affair starts promptly at 8 P.M.
taryJunior :
mittee of Casioa Rho teepa Chapter. Old and New ?y ir
School for the school JHmBHBHKlHHHHHHHH*
sorors gathered: for the first meeting of the 1960-61 were the
current fiscal year and had a grand time sing- year
following personsJohn Hiss Willie Catherine Collins left Thursday
Norma White.
ins "PCD" sons directed by Mrs.
,Britt. H. Morris, Assistant morning for Florida/ and M, University where
and Mrs. Winona
Principal: Juanita she enters her She is the
Miss Estelle Williams is basil us of Gamma junior year. daugh-
O.WyattDean of Girls ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Collins of 1205 W.
.Rho Bela. Earnest Dunbarj&npMcArts : _. a 12th St.Spending.
; Mrs. Gloria Gib- **.aaaaa u a. .
We spent ,a very pleasant .>l sonClerk; H e rmand

noon recently interviewing.itter-I' Greene, Music; Reid a month's vacation at their residencein
Elizabeth Butler Simmons 1 JacksonJr., Science; Miami 'are the Rt. Rev. and Mrs. William
back in the city after Adam johnson,Physical iANNUAL. Franklin Ball Sr. Bishop Ball presides over the

in Ubuc!uert ueNew Mexico for a t' -," Education; Mrs. Dana TEA sponsored the 10th Episcopal District of the AME Church in
recently by socially
J 11 H. Korean: Home Economics -
year. L.- Texas where his appointment has been hailed
'" and. Hrs.Metxni prominent Sepia Tidies in zeta House, 424 West
NaturallY wewere quite anxious ;'f_ ; statewide.
Beaver Street, was a strikingly successful e-
to receive first-hand information f }f G.VaughnSocial stud- WHHHHHHHKHHHHBS*
: -1 vent as is demonstrated above. Standing from
about such an interesting ". I ies;NAthaniel Greene, right: are: Mrs Gertrude Brown, Mrs. Frances The Channel ladies Social and Savings Club
section of our Countryand Mrs. r l : Biology; Mrs. Xenia Crawford, Mrs. Violetta Jenkins, Mrs Floria met Tuesday night in a most successful meetingin
Simmons spared no details. In I, Mitchell, Music. Glenn, Mrs Delores Sullivan, Mrs Telia Brown the home of Mrs. Sarah Mae Lundy 2 4 0 4
fact, as the interview progressed I Other school Person- Mrs. EnmPOll.ardrs.[ Reatha PaulkMrs.\ilean Ellington Ave. A joint baby shower for Mrs..
we found it amazing that she was able to nel includes, George Peazox:: and Mrs. Ethel Piearcehonorary member. Helen Wright and Mrs. Cozzie Mae Wilson was
acquire such a broad geographical: knowledge of G. Nairn, Principal; PHOTO BY VHIY). featured. The event was co-hosted by Mrs IEEN
her surroundings while pursuing such a diffi- Mrs.lma Glass,Secre- Wright.

cult course of study at the University of New tary;Mrs.InnA Murray, _y -
"Mexico. During the year she satisfactorily completed Librarian Mrs.Nannie JHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHJ*

a combined study of science,mathematics FletcherSchool Nurse; d'4 s f : a L\ t
chemistry and physics leading up 'to the Masterof Mrs. Evelyn Barnes, H A pleasant two weeks vacation with their.
Science Degree which was awarded to her Itinerant \rt Teacher, F mother Mrs. Eliza Powell at St. Simon Islandwas
last June. Then, being the energetic: person she Mrs. Estelle Hamilton t enjoyed recently by Mrs. Ruth Hill of 1514W.

is, Elizabeth accepted another erant(for sunnier Itinerant. Music Acher. e= 22nd St. and Mrs. Mary Bryant of 1012 Pearl
study), this time for eleven weeks of post Grade One Teachers: 1T < St. They: also had the honor of attending the
,graduate research work in the field of elect- Mrs. Beatrice Baucom, 100th birthday larty of their uncleDock Andrews

rical engineering dealing with underwater com Mrs. Louise Crumady, : of Everett, Ga. Mr. And Mrs. 'Ed Powell
munications. Mrs.Julia James, Mrs. entertained them during their stay.Their niece

However, as aforementioned, Mrs. Simmons was Evelyn Jasmin, Mrs. Mary Eliza and Nephew Rubin Mitchell .-Jcc mlit
able. to successfully canbine business with Ruth White, and Mrs. parried them on their tour which included JekyD

pleasurethus enabling: her to enjoy the VetricewilliamS.. Island.
picturesque surroundings and make several trips. Grade Two Teachers:
She visited Mexico and commented on the startling Mrs.Bessie BrownMrs. .., ,, f: 4

difference between life in Mexico and Johnnie Cowart, Mrs.
that in the United States, referring specifi- Forrestine Donalson, EXTENSIVE VACATION tour covering( sites of Stork Deliveries

cally to Juarez, Mexico, situated just across Mrs.Louise Sheffield, interest in 18 states also the border
the border from El Paso, Texaswhere the pace and Miss Lumeta Spivey. of Alaska was enjoyed recently by the well- ,

of life is slower and the architecture is diffe- Grade Three Teachers: known Clifford W. and Mrs. Madeline Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Mr.and Mrs \lrhonsoTroutimn.

rent. She found the Juarez City Market interesting Mrs.Ruth '.Iston, Mrs. Simons, operator-managers" of White Swan Carter, 1024 Pullman 4256 Owens
,describing innumerable potterypainting.s Delphenia BrinspnMrs Dry Cleaners and Madeline Coffee S h o n Ct., girl. 'venue, boy.

and native crafts, but refused the opportunity Julia Gamble, Miss here. While touring the Pacific Cost, the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Henry
to :view the bull fights( which we can readily Stella Hodges, and Sirmons were house guests of their brother SeymoreBox 575 Baldwin Jones, "4133 Ett St.,
understand). Other interesting subjects covered Mrs. Ruth Ray. sister-in-law and daughter. S lt. 1st Cl. cirl. drl.Mr..
included the Navaho.Indians, in New Mexicovisits Grade Four Teachers: Eddie and Mrs Carers in Seattle Washington Mr. and Mra. R. E. and .Clarence
to Indian PueblosIndian costumesjewelry; Mrs.Charlotte Bostick A tour of British Columbia was also Tunsil, 1137 W. 23rd. Draytonl563 McCohnie
ritualsetc., and a trip to Los Aneeles: ,California Miss Jeanette Hartley, included in the initerary along with Blue Street, boy. Street, where she took her son, Hark to the Miss Esther jTnesMrs.Gwendolyn Cascade, Yellow Stone National Park, Salt Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Mrs. William
famed Disneyland and, where they also 'attended. LarieleyIrs.Mai ; Lake City and Seven Devils and Hell Canon* Washington, 1188! W. Cnldwell, 5425 Minosa
1 T !. Malone, and '(PHOTO BT AVERY} 7th Street- sirl.Mr Circle, rirl.
an impressive sunrise services at the Hollywood Mrs.Sarah Seymour. ; and Hrs. Joseivh Mr. and Mrs. Ulysees

Bowl on Easter Sunday.The Grade Five Teachers: Wedding Bells Azalea Garden Rlenn,267 Forest St. Holland,2320 Jerusalem -
interview afforded this editor a vivid boy. boy.
Elzie Johnson, Circle Hold Hr.: nd ',Mrs: .Clarence Mr. and Mrs.
picture of a small portion of the Southwestandwe Mrs. Applications for MarriagtLicenses s Willie
regret: that space will not permit full details Juanita Johnson, Fall Meeting Jackson, 1340 Odessa I Holmes, 1765 W. 19th
We, cannot leave the subjectthoughwithout Lola Mosesand Joseph Arthur Brooks, 913 Oakley St, Street' rirl.Vr. i Street boy.
36 and Margaret Townsend, 913 ., and Mrs. UfonsoPor Mr. and Mrs. Earl
mentioning the beautiful mountainsas des- Smith. under the I
Oakley St.. 28. >el543 Francis Aveboy. -}-Merritt
cribed Mrs. Simons which change colors theme "Vacation Echoesan 624 Court H.
by : Grade Six Teachers: Edward J. King, Gen. Delivery ,
throuehout: the dayranging: from blue to lavenderto Mrs. Mary Girardeau Mandarin:; Fla., 22 and Ruby L. enthusiastic membership Blodeett Hales boy.
silver, to white, and finally, at sunset, to Mrs.Naomi HarrisMrs McBride' 2351 Jernigan St., 22 of the Azaleac Mr. and Mrs" Julius Mr. and Mrs. Eddie

pink. She spoke of the many afternoons s p ent Willie Mae JonesandMrs. 22 Otis and G. Altamese Jones, 1417 Hicks Van Buren 1738, Garden Circle held its Baker,1336 Johnson St Randolph,212Q boy. Mars Ct

watching the beautiful sunset.Alsoin fairness Eulalia Lone: Wright Ave., 24. first fall m e e ting :irl.

to our informant, we must mention the dry Junior High Teachers Joe H. Irvin 1045 W. Duval St.; Tuesday night at the
dlimate, the Rio Grande, Las Alamos, The Lobos areMiss Jane Davis, 21 and Betty J. Porter, 510 Acosta residence of Mrs. Est-

(UNM football team),stnd the' 7500 students enrolled English; Miss Vera St.Arthur, 19. J. Williams, .3304 Lee her J. Jackson,1430 W.

at the university.Elizabethfs one regretwas Flowers, oci l Studies St, 21 and!Beverly Y. Robinson 19th. Street. Those
the lack of time i and players for bridge and ;Mrs. Mary Green, 3304 Lee St.. 18. In departing from the

she is now busy sharpening her game.: mathematics ; M r s Willie R. Robertson; 745 W.Du usual agenda which emphasizes ,who
Vivian Lewis Mathe val St. 42 and Evelyn M. McCal horticultureand
vin, 745 W. Duval St.. 21. _
'Mrs. Joan Spauldin? entertained The Smart Set maticsMrs.Tuella McBride John T. Napier, 1511 Louisiana related subjects, live in '< ; s2 '
in her West Moncrief Road hose recently and Homemaking ; St.. 27 and,Ruth L. Capers 1511 the members engaged in I -
invited Mrs. Janet Johnson and .Elizabeth Robert }fi.tchellsoc Louisiana St. 24. recounting u nu s u al -
Simmons as club guests. ial studies William Wallace Richardson 732 W. highlights styIe.-
; Church St. 23 and Rosa M.Bak personally
Club prizes were won by Mrs.Vivian Holmes,MIs. Muldrov, IndustrialArts er. 1567 Pasco St. 18. experienced d u r i n g
Thelma Lewis, Mrs. Lois Iszard, and Mrs. Char- ; Mrs.ThelniaSmallPhysical John H. Clover, 228 North St, their respective vaca-
lotte Stewart. Mrs. Johnson was recipient of educ- 23 and Geraldine Burgess. 1079 tions this simmer
W. Ellis St, 18.
the guest prize. ation; Miss JanetPrncelDdishi John Mack. 1628 Windte St, 90 Of unusual interestwas _
Present in addition to guests and prize winn- Mrs. and' Ruby Walton 2028 W. 6th the travelogue given -

ers were: Mrs. Hortense GrayMrs.Gloria Brooks Andrena ,Twi fs: ,Scie- St. 17.Paul. by Mrs. Loma Smith
S. Newman 1869 W. 45thSt
Mrs., Norma Bland, Mrs. Thomasina Ingram; Mrs nce;and Alvin White, 21 and Catherine M. Barney, who spent six weeks
Louise Walton, ,and Mrs. Nellyvonne.T. Russell. physical education. 1842 Rowe Ave. 19. touring EnglandFranceItalpGreecethe
Moses J. Ashley. 321 Caroline Holy-
St, 39 and Wyolene B. Jackson. t
At least one of our bridge clubs were affected .. 803 W. Monroe St.. 29. land and Israel where
by recent happenings in our cityto the extent Wilbur R. Gibson, 1419 W. 11th she inspected historical -
that they have changed their meeting tie. ATTENTION LADIES St. 25 and Vivian L. Yeoman, sites of interest.Hrs. .
Bridge & 'Social Club 2405 E. Palafox St.. Tampa Fla,
Entre Nous Club met at the Ribault Supper Club Reporters .22. Smith traveled
Saturday afternoon with Miss Lauretta JenkinsAS Send or Mall overseas and returned
hostess. Mrs Aldonia Seabrook vas club Your Social Newt aboard the luxury linerS.
guest. Mondays To S. United States .
High scorers for the session included Mrs. FLORIDA STAR .; At the close of the
2323 MoaerUI Ed. Cor. ISftfe
Ruby Humphrey and.Hrs. Elizabeth Simons, with Jw meeting co-hostesses
Mrs Ruth Hyers qualifying for consolation. Hrs Margaret Hall and
Among members. present were Mrs. Camilla Thompson hesIi&.etlnldllit Mrs Mamie Stalling.

Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Mrs. Doris G. served a buffet luncheon i.
Bennett, Mrs. Lillie B. BlackshearHrs.Frances WHEN -YOU :uE'u.i.. .
You Seek The Beat Doctor
Johnson, Hiss Ruth Bro o> eMLss Theora Leggins, When Your Doctor PrwcrtbwG : Members attending were GORDONS
Mrs. Helen Hart, and Miss Mozelle Bruton. wiu. .ExptrUsctd Phi Hrs. Addie Rasberry, demand GlN
To Fill Your PrMcriptfoaa Mrs.W1ll1e Mae Garbin
Again SEE YOU NEXT WEEK. Aceordfee To Year DodertOrders. Mrs8ena AbrahamMrs
w. UM Only : you have a taste for
Th Seat QoalUy Drag ... At Rosa HillerMrs.Lill the finer things always ask lor. .
Dr. C. E. BUtk ian McMillan,Mra.Jan- Gordatft authentic London Dry Gin.

PublishedTWICE Proprietor ie Wimberly,Mrs. Daa So smooth and dry... "
".,::; '3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Gillis,Mrs.Alma Morris of such delicate flavor... rl'... .
1 and Mrs. Latson you can enjoy it STRAIGHT ,. .

l in Eggs Road ELgte 3-B7ft FLORIDA STAR nn ao girt la.(iORD I
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS Cotsltea Rni.h.Good CaalrJuaarks IN ETEtYWLdRED IliDsIEl1ll.
.w fIQI
apt sD l
,L PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED .. Imo-a 11'I oar co.ttl,1s94 ii.


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'day" September 24, 1960. THE FLORIDA STAR- Ptg Four
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',. '. .'1)1-. Rev. J. C., Sams Is Re-elected

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CHURCH NEWS <0"\- At Baptist ConventionJacksonville

., was again cited nationally during

;L':. 4 the recent Baptist National Convention of

Mrs. Berths Bell will celebrate her seventh America-meeting in New Orleans when the Rev.J.C. .

:anniversary Sunday at 8 r!m. in African United J t .. Sams, pastor of Second Baptist Church was

Bartist Church audit oriun. n the T\rt'rrrq will K Sr I.t re-elected vice-president for his fourth term
be the Dixie stires. Exitside: Jubilee Singers- 3 T f fs and numerous other loral religious 1 e a d ers'
United Gcsrel Singers; and others. Mrs. Ihrie + Fw were signally honored.

Morris will lead the devotions: and Andrew Me : Rev. Sams received the program as did

Call will serve as master of ceremonies.Rev. additional honors when Krs; Minnie Weathers-
he presided over sev- bee, Mrs. Frances
W yYL eral sessions duringthe Rhoulac and Krs.Alice

*.. J. Hughes will deliver the sennoiwhen. convention. Burroughs.Mrs. .
Eastside Fellowship Club observes its anniversary Honors were also conferred .Alberta Williams

Oct. 16 in St. John Church. Outstanding o n several
Baptist SIXTH .*NNTVERSARY honoring the Rev. 4.T. Hill is delinquency division -
city talent will appear on the program <: other local religiousand recorder.
First Born W.Monroe
\'stor. at Temple,825 t. ,
lay leaders with
Highlysuccessful the appointment o f
YW Sets Training
: event was sponsored by Mrs. Rosetta
The contestbetween Districts 16 and '26 of DaySpring Rev.G.T. McCall, Rev.
Cohen. Elder Richard Givens delivered t he
Baptist Church ends Sunday at 3:30: p.m. sermon. Elder Givens. Rev. and Mrs. Hill are E.R. Simpson, Rev. W. Day Saturday At
Neal Rev. C. B.
in the home of Mrs. Edwin Williams! 1209 laceitt ,
shown seated right flunked proud
at by cC'\n're-
Street. Leading are Deacons Henry. Martins and e\tinn: members. and DaileyRev.J.J.Rev. B.H. Hartleyto Jones Little TalbotThe

Claude Bryant. (PHOT" BY VEllY
*.* various committee annuli Y.V.C.*.
posts. tedership Training

The Home Missions Society and Matrons met; Bishop Greene- Mortgage Burning SundayAt I re-elected Mrs. H.B. Miller was Dy "'ill. be h e 1 dS"turdaySe

Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Emanuel Baptist Church, secretaryof tenber 24

the Rev. A.B. Blair, pastor, in charge. Choir' Gives Talk At the president at Tittle Talbot Is-
New Mt. Olive BaptistMembers council during t he <:::TRENOTHENTKG
.. 3 held its rehearsal at 7 P.m. and Choir 2 at l"nd.tt
8 o'clock. ,Noon day prayer services were held Edward Waters- Senior Women's con- PR nR>}m is this years
Thursday. and friends throughout the city; are ference and was also theme.

invited to share in the mortgage burning cer- re-assigned t o the '11 timbers of thev
:Tn:1 recent 4'"'eechto emony which takes place Sunday at 3 p. m. at program personnel of rinis cwmittees "nd

Senior Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist Church will faculty nemberR! New Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Hart and Brady the business and pro- club members: Ire exacted -
observe anniversary services, Oct. 24 at 8:15pm =nd student at -:dxh'rd Streets, Rev. H. L. Jenkins, pastor. fessional womens com to Attend. The

in the church auditorium.City choirs will par- Waters College recently i Rev.W.A. Mackpastor mittees. bus! will leave they
Bishon'her "n of New Jerusalem Bap- Deacon Attrus Fleming 8th
ticipate on the musical program. .'' .-\-582 West
T. Greene Sr. ."re5 tist Church will deliver Deaths/ And re-assignment to the Street at 8:30 a.m.
dinT Bishop of the the main ad- finance committee and Mr. G. B. Gardner

The Sunday School department o f Bethlehem llth ESl'isc"1'll District dress. He will be assisted Deacons Isiah Fields, chairmanhs selected

Baptist Church will observe its anniversarywith told his list-. by his choir Funerals Samuel Davis and Tho- -*n excellent
a planned program Sunday at 3 p.m. in the that youn?: rem\le of and congregation.The mas Williams served leaders to heir* with
church auditorium. Public is cordially invited today are entering general publicis ERVIN-fi. Dora Ann prominently with lay- the "rr'm. there
-* *-* period where quality I urged to attend of 436 'waNiwinSt. mens' committees will be" three dis-
of mind nnd work will. I this historical eventMEN'S JOHN <'N- Mrs. Minnie I Active during youth cussion TOUT 1 n d

The Youth Council of Jacksonville District, be determining .Actors. of 1643 E. 19th. sessions were Miss three workshops.

First Born Church of the Living, is holding DAY .1 WItT.T'H'Elizabeth Shirley Meeks, Amos Coring from Dayton
The relate, vho is PLANN of 630 W. Church.B4TTWHrs. Ealy and others.Reappointed .
series of meetings which started Friday and Beach is Miss Mary
ch"irra:;n of the Generl AT MOUNT ARARAT Cora of as sec-
will continue through Sunday at Jacksonville Divers, an expert on
Boyd of the 149 W. 22nd St. retary to treasurer "riizntion
Temple, 825 W. Monroe Street.Missionary Alice ; Community Or.:
Newton is presiding.Host pastor is Elder Hill. .fric n ethoditRTa _HITT I! 15-- Lewis of of the Junior Women's is Teadershirt Train-
coT? +! church nt Mt. Ararat Baptist 1215 Milnor Street. Convention was Mrs. in, Dy Consultant.
nn to say th-t these Church at 15th Street BR'1DTEY' Jim of Box 77 Agnes L. Dean; Mrs. Other TTOsrn rartic-
Districts factors will >revnil. and Myrtle avenue will Raiford. Florida. Idella Williams t o
1 and 8 of Mt. Tabor fcptist Church inants are: Mrs. W.J.
will observe their 41st anniversary Sunday at thus eliTtdn,tin" judg"ent observe its annual MUTCHER {\\N-Normln! the ushers departmentMrs. Rutlede, Mrs. Geneva
3 p.m. in the auditorixnu Music, will"be furnished bsed on colorcf :!en'a Day Sunday Oct. 1536 W. 5th Street. C.G. VaughtMrs. Wheeler Mrs. Mary L.
by Choir :3. skin 'tnd nation-.lori 1.6. beginning with the COTTRETL: -- Wesley of M.L. JohnsonMrs.Lena WflshinrtonjMrs., M-iude

IJ'fn. Sunday School. 743 W. State St. Geo Mrs.Rosa Hill- Hi'dCt"illiam D.
His recent address j Ish Brant, Supt. of & DERc\N-Marth\ manMrs.Dora Stewart,
Sweet Th cm ns Har raves
Mt. Olive Slates uMs Bishop Greene 's I public instruction 1552 Van Buren St. Mrs.Ellen Whitty, and Mrs. W., C. Alexander

Mt. Olive Plans first public ?.t\1"etr- deliver the morning HRONN-Willie of 1532 Mrs. Alezina were assigned and Rev. C. C. Kin;.

Joint AnniversaryJoint nce since his r e message. The evening Elm Street. I to various com. The committee o n
For Women's Day turn from address will be delivered -
overseas HENRYRobert of 132 mittees.Mrs. T eadership Training isas.

where he representedthe by President Central Avenue St. M. K. Gibson, follows Mr-=. '..B.
The Rev. B.J. Williams Anniversary VE church i n d William B. Stewart; of \uaustine.
services : Mrs. Roberta S. Hall G- rdnerch1irmanMrs.
Sunday will
npstor of '%. 'ffili'ted bodies -!t Edward Waters College.
be presented District HIT.L-Rev. John J. of .and Mrs. Hedy Floyd Geneva Wheeler, c ochairrtan -
'live 4.M.E. Church. by the executive meeting Sunday School w ill 1P60 Durkee Drive.
continue to serve with ; Mrs. MaryT.
called *]\ members t'* .' Olive"Primitive.11 of. of the.World. Methodist begin at 9:30 a. m. ; EEPLES- John Henryof other groups. Mc en-=ieMrs.Fleet'lex"'nder.Hrs

srcciil iree'ti nFriday B, tist Church4th Council meeting Morning service begins P.O.Box 33, Elk- Re-elected t o thechildren's .E-..rlenenb
;e' tember ?J't c 'in 7uri.ichSt.ritzer1ni at 11 a. m. and ton. G3ori .
t. and departmentas ck Mrs.
Tfyrtle 'ye. ,
7:30 p.m. and the Central Com- at 7 p.m.evening wor- TH\MDSC"N-Mrs. Helenof *
secretary was Mrs. De-t.'rrs.>yrn D.Kin
The meeting was in under-'yt nittee of the Council ship will be held. 77 Kings: FerrySt. Wilner Dorrell.Participants Hrs.'olinCnalevnder..
the interest of Women's o .Churches 't St.'n- The financial goal
church auditorium.Services St. "Aueustine.SAULTERSNapolean on the Mrs''; nsye K.'v"shincrtnlfr8.C -
Dy.Tt is a KICK drews. -Scotland. has been set at 6,000 of
courtesy committee of ra Moore.
"FF> mrVEfor the ef. supervised will b e The ;pe.,t er in citing and the men are asking New York.City'. the District Junior Mrs.Mice Johnson and
by Rev.R.
fort. : the bro-'d efforts the whole hearted
T... '{Yilson Pastor of KIcmTFrchene of Women, auxLliart to frs. H'rthker..
The Women's Diy is Vest Friendship of the United Nationsas support of all friends 1344 W. 22nd.' St. EAP and BB associationwere
*n event of Sunday, Baptist undn" o"'rd and well wishers of SCRUr.nINSTewis of Mrs.Lucile Mote
Church ,
and ,
nctober P. for '.nrld *e:ce.ur"ed Mt. Ararat. 1418 Dennis Street. Mrs.Adam Reeves, Mrs. TOOTHACHE
A.E. saunas Iron
11 of ft cilia And Cncandy pastor both faculty both, The officials are: BAirEMrs.. Lucilleof Lillian Gillian, Mrs. tHDi. run
of St. Paul loti ecndi. -
rt9ins nre "sked to Church.. Choirs Baptist.-, faculty .-'nd studentsto The Rev. Dallas J. 626 W. Beaver.DAVTSRobert Lucile Scottand Mrs. wtfi dtspenti you with art' | tuuMnai.9)cORAJEL'.Used t
contact their membersfor congregations n d share in this mat Graham,pastor; BishopT. of 217S. Blanche Miller. Mrs. par runor on C *-can it',
special assess bothchurchesrespectively democratic effort. Donaldson, generalchairmanDeacon 10th Fern:-ndina H.Floyd and Mrs. Hor- for 9rr litl.r !of cffte Just> ,

ments.n !! Matt- Beach. tense Neal attended
will rticir
iv> >*te
o n
t Harvest Tea hew Price, co-chair-
the program.Deacons .
exce]lent 'program Nanon Ander- manDeacon M.T.Brown,

is planned forthe y son, David Harvey and Sunday At program chairman;Deacon -

day. James Bryantwaysand YWCA Announces
J.e. Harris will offer:
Mrs. Kattie Williamsis remarks. Rev. J.M. Day SpringChoir means chairman; ,
Deacons J. L. Chatman .
ChairmanjCochairman Dixon vlll New Fall Slate
Mrs.Edith Nixon; give closing remarks. 4 of Day Spring and Clarence Cunningham A

Rev. B. J. Williams, Proeran chairman is Baptist Church presents Sunday School; Clubs meeting at then
Pastor. a Harvest Tea Deacon Dave Palmer, C4 are as follows:
hire .
Sunday starting at 4 chairman of finance. A new nrouT for elementary -
p.m.in the educational Each board and dis- girls will

II S building. trict is asked t o meet at 4 1'). m. each .
With some of t he support the captainin Wednesday}(is 8 Touise

City's leading talent reporting $75. Raymon, former Y-Teen
appearing on the pro- and college student

gram,the ensembles of James W.. Johnson will work as the helnin -
T. Blocker and ,A. L. advisor. Parents

Lewis Junior Highs Plans PTA Events interested in their
Krs. dauchters affiliating
In order to secure
with this! roup nay
membership of call the WC and
AaosJoseph Smith and and teachers,
send the prospective
Mrs. X. Mitchell are an Own House program member to the meeting '...
SKIN BLEACHES already; scheduled for was held ,at James Wednesday.ept.4.

"OLD FASHIONED" presentation.,.Hrs. T. Veldoa Johnson. on The Teenettes"Club

H. Thomas will serve On account of the designed for girls in

as mistress of ceremonies' lAne number. of parents the 7th nd 8th.trades *

skLflo a attending meetings will meet on Thursdays .5
Program ccadttee is involved meetings will at 5 P.m. Miss KEN KNIGHT

lightens dark spouptrftct headed by .Hrrtle; be held to facilitatethis Joan Barnes is working "
powrftf E. Means, assisted by year* membership with Mrsi Vera :*'*: Invites You To Listen To -:; .:

but Miss Lillian Johnson drive. Dvis ** a helrin :
WOfldP'MiwGai..n and Mrs. Kayte Strick- The regular PTA meeting advisor. "KNIGHT TRAIN"StartingAt

land. will be held Oct. Tea Jeunes Filles Y-
Sponsoring group's 13 in the byrmAtoritiaSolomon Teens Com iosed o f .- 7:00 P. M. Nightly -

president is Mrs. H. .Jones P.T.A. drls in the 9th and

of Power's StrgMiot/ Jar with fit( Star" L. Brown. re.identanno ed. 10th grader will Beet -1 y OO- WRHC .. MOOSatU :

on Wednesdays 5m. ,

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Bethune Wildcats To Play i o ..ea
m.\ .A f b t s SPORTI1I8 ITUP
South Carolina Bulldogs! _


Daytona BeachCoach I good shape with the / :_ V.... '/

Rudolph "Bunky" Matt- exception of the end > corner felt a little sorry for Sonny LIston as he
b futlvely chased Eddie Machen around and
around the ring
hews announced thaton
positions.The lost of
;' last Wednesday night for 12-rounds at Seattle. True, Lis-
SaturdaySeptember : first string regulars : ton scored a unanimous, but close decision, but the hard-

j 24that 2:30 p.m.the Horace Dove of Fernan- .' > punchIng Phlladelphia'i was disgusted with himself because -

Wildcats of Bethune- dina and Henry Raineyof t ., he couldn't catch up with the cautious Portland
"I Cookman will : belter and chill him.
College Sarasota because < -
Machen, who Is ranked No. 2 among the world's heavy-
play the strong South of academic
t probationwas : 'Z weight challengers, wanted to win big so that he'd get a
J Carolina State Bull- : a severe blow to j title bout against Champion Floyd Patterson: first: But

> dogs. at Welch Memori- the Wildcats. C oa ch ., while it is true that "he who fights and runs away will

; al Stadium, Daytona Raymond ThorntonBe- live to fight another day," it is also true that running

f ; Beach, Florida. thune Cookman College
,1f The Bulldogs o f first All-American Flo and still retains that position. LIston' scaled 211 to 196 for

I South Carolina State coaches the backfield r Y .4 Machen.The _
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are the Florida Classic states that Herbert $
youth, Mike Jones of
I that but of the 10
S f
opponents of the Blackshear of JacksonvilleFloridawill- .. .' u. u ..'..... Webster Groves, a St. Louis
6. old med-
.) suburb had to receive permlalo. _- individual *
Florida A.and M.Rattlers :
S :. J. the United
won by
r from Frirk
nljcn a*
J in the Gator Bowl be missed but on a & J. III.
j: ..
in JacksonvilleCoach whole he believes the hardship case" beraune he normally States in t rack,

1( Matthews states that Wildcats will have BOOST FROM JACKIE-All time athletic great Jackie Robinson presents would have to wait until Negroes won six of

check to Joe Williams during drive to purchase uniforms for his high school class was 10. The
this game will be a more. depth and will bea Stephen graduated. the! --
i test for his inexperienced Foster Center sand lot baseball team. Others present are: Walter Panthers of Prairie View A & M
young better all around
A righthander who report College opened their practice session
team.South team than last years '. Middleton, left, and Henry Beckles. Check was given with compliments edly pitches like Satchel Paige recently with a total of sixty

Carolina State defea- Head Coach B un ky of Columbia Pictures, in honor of latest picture release, "All The and hits and run like Willie players reporting.
Young Men." Mays and Jackie Robinson, he Coach W. J. Nicks welcomed the
i ted the Wildcats in Matthews says, he i s had attracted the attention of group which included only eleven
\OrangeburgSouth Car- terribly worried about --- scouts from the major league returning lettermen but a pretty
olina last teams because of his pitching, good looking crop of sophomoresand
; year. South Carolina State Jake Gaither Showers Praise hitting and fielding prowess.The freshmen. The Panthers lost
Three coaches have Morris Brown College amount of the bonus 16 men from the 1959 squad most
been drilling the ly veterans of the championship
and his Florida Land was not disclosed<< but it U
team of two years ago.
Wildcats daily since believed he was well reward.
September 1. Coach M.Rattlers HomecomingopponentsOctober Florida A&M RattlersWhites ed by the Cardinals, who were Prairie View A & Ili will be seeking .

Otto Harvey,head line On In competition for his services to better its 9.2 record of last
22. teams as the world championsLos year which earned second place in
coach says the line Angeles Dodgers, the the strong Southwestern Athletic)

will be ready and infl.oyd's Come From Behind To Defeat ally well performed bat we did.,t American League champions Conference. The Panthers victories before won!
do' too well Chicago White Sox and De eight consecutive
on our
Greenies In First 22-8 deep pas'do.fence. the conference title matchto
Scrimmage, Several players broke trolt Tlenu-Aspft dropping
Manager Tan Olympic Boxers TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-The Florida A. & M. Univeristy Rattlers for long rains and completed tereral loop.. Arrhie Moore added| f1nlhpr WMrfrr Southern University, and the
Orange Blossom Classic to FloridaA
Win-3 Gold Medals received praise from Coach Jake Gaither after staging their first!'' long pasaes. TKO tn his world knockout & M.Nicks. .

Wants Third Bout ROME,* Italy. (ANP) scrimmage under game-like: conditions here last week. I'I The Rattlers open October!* rrcorri hy heating George Ahi- and his staff are not talking .
; The -unites had to come from no- aralnst Benedict net here Tuesday nisht. but Panther
College In
Topped by a brilliant exhibition by only experienced field generals on Tarnpa. very hopeful
Louisville's Cassius Clay, three tan hind to down :brae greendes, 22-8 in the squad and are expected to lead Coach Gaither announced thai Abinet suffered teams are generally good contenders -
boxers early last week paced the the fourth perk The iutra-squad the serpents' offensive+ attack. he plans to look at the scrimnuf' broken a possibly and from the looks of the
In New York nose and
City United States to victory in boxingin contest' feature several long runs rums and make corrections. Another couldn't ans' squad developing-the 1960 Pan
.d v? the bell for
pa.sses.: the
"Speedy Griff Frank Griffin, Krtmmace Is scheduled for next fourth be exception.
the Olympic Games here. thers will not an
-0- vr lived up to his nickname: in pacingthe week. round. Archie weighed 200
Cus D'Amato Would Stage Clay, a high school student and Cede WhIte, the flash from Miami I white's running: attack. He sacS pounds, 25 pounds over the
I960 0 L Y I FIS
promising prospect for professional who spring hc century In 3-4 THE
Heavyweight ChampionshipFight ed 76 yards for die go ahead TD light heavyweight limit. He
honors, hammered Zbignew Pietrzykowski for the FAMU track team dazzled after halfback John Hamilton had has been ordered by the NBAto CLOSED and the -early -
In January Of 1961 of Poland into defeat in the whites with a 26-yard field goal ,plunged four yards for the White1 Tuskegee Preparing defend his title within 90 2,000 a t h 1 ctss
three rounds of a consided bout.A and a 75-yard TD gallop in the first tally. Griffin took a pass from For Tough Schedule dltYs.
NEW YORK The third world Chicago and Intercity Golden first, period. He was ineligible last Collier on the Greenies'> 33 and made their way toward
heavyweight championship between f Gloves heavyweight champion and falL 'went on to score. The play carried: TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala Moore recently added politics home. Can the real
Floyd Patterson and- challenger I owner of the National A-A.U. boxIng -0- 76 yaaxls.: Hamilton and Cornier ran:1 Facing the prospect of a touxbV to his line. He's running
Ingemar Johansson win be held in title, day annexed the Olympic Quarterback Ted Richardson reported points after end Collier prtsin1: a I er-than-usual schedule,. Tuikeged for the unexpired term for an true blocded A = eri-
yew York U Cus D'Amato. Patter.son' light heavyweight title by unanimously .- lost with band Injury from pass. attempt for tbe final 'PAT.o Institute's Golden Tigers began) assembly post in San Diego cars stand and sinj
manager bas anything to say trouncing Pietnykow&xl.He a summer job started at quarterback -- training recently lor the '60 '6l'' where he makes; his home.
about it And as Floyd'a boss hfl was preceded in victory by for toe. whljes.( : be reported: Coach Gaither said that i*. vac football season. The bard-Mttfng> THE QU3EN OF the "0, :Jay. Can You :::3eB.f
has plenty to say. his teammate Wilber McClure of for limited duty last week and got wen pleased with the shoring of team will kick off the season, Sep. The Dawn's i'a: rly
Cus. still snarling over the an I Toledo, Ohio, who decisioned Bos- in his first and contact Emory Saturday.Collier are Richardson the- his squad so far this season The I tember 24, meeting Johnson C. Sprinters, was a tan Li ht," as f e 1 low
nouncement by Feature Sports that si Carmelo of Italy for the light I down field blocking was exception-: 'Smith university In Charlotte, N. skinned Hiss f r o rt Americans crake their
the fight will be staged In Los Angeles middleweight championship. McClure -- ClarksvilleTennesseeand
revealed last week bis plan \i who won the bout with a Mike Jones Young Pitching Ace C.Coach Whitney L. Van Cleve Indicated a representativeof way back to the shoresof
to stage the battle in New York .|strong: third round, is also a Golden that his team would be America? Their aC-
In January Gloves champion.A A & I
next winter probably ; playing a much more demanding not
196L third American, Edward schedule, but added that it would College. Kiss: Wilma complishments
Stage the fight In an Indoor arena, Crook" from Fort Campbell, Ky., Signs With St. Louis CardinalsST. be "a challenge to meet such stiff Rudolph the women's done around c o nfer-

perhaps Madison Square Garden. won a controversial decision over competition out of our conference.We 400-relay team set tables with long
Sell only the 1100 and $50 tickets Poland's Tadeosz Walasek for the realize that the first game win a manuscripts, b i tter
for person viewing of the fightin regular middleweight title. Crook LOUIS. ANP) A 15'ur.old succession. be no warm-up." world and Olympic record -
the arena. had led throughout the first two ) Negro seventh grader, declared Called "a natural", he can also Johnson C. Smith university and in winning. The discussions a 1 s e

Sell the lesser-priced tickets for rounds, but weakened in the third.It a. pitching whiz after he catch and hit with power. One ci Hampton institute have been add;'I time set by Miss; Rudolph promises, prejudiced
hotel ballrooms, theatres and auditoriums was the latter development that tossed 30 no-hit. games against his homers traveled some 450 feet. ed to the schedule. Both teams are UU.U viewpoints and hasty
which would be thrown resulted in the unpopular reactionby adult teams, Thursday (Sept. The Cardinals must have been members of the Central Intercom was seocnds, decisions, but hard
open to the close-circuit television the crowd 8) was signed to a bonus contract fully convinced that 'Jones is a top legate Athletic association.The Thousands of mil es competition.
projection In New York as well as A crowd of 16,000 saw the Americans hy his hometown major league prospect, for the boy was, at the Tigers fortunes, Bays Coach from hone, Miss Rudolph pressed
the rest of the nation.NO lead their country to three team, the St. Louis Cardinals, with Redbirds training camp last spring, Van Cleve, will depend largely on was winning for ADOLPHU3 FlAZIEn: ,the
gold medals, tops in the boxing the permission of Baseball Com after his junior teammates donated the 18 lettermen returning in the football star f roo
tournament held in Rome's Palaz- America.
.. .. .. missioner Ford Frick. funds to finance.his trip. He Tuskegee football line-up. Among Jacksonville, whof3S
-- which had six
MUTTER WHAT KAlI CULTURE YOU USE..". to 20 Sport.contestants Italy in the finals The youth, Mike Jones of Web- returned from training camp to these lettermen will be Charles THERE J RE NO SIT- listed on the roster
K9 NEED KONCOIENE!HAIR STUIGHTEKER AT LEAST. of the medals., ster Groves a St. Louis surburbhad pitch 14 no-hitters for the Brent- McGhee, fullback and Willie Williams INS, picket 1 i n es,
TWICE A TEAK was second with two gold to receive permission from wood Cardinals. ace signal caller. 'Both play. boycotts arrests jail of the Chicago
Frick to sign as hardship case" Ironically enough, the Cardinalsteam ers won honorable mention in the Bears when the "cam
because he normally would have to which catered so much for Southern Intercollegiate Athletic. sentences nor heavy played Jacksonvi] 1 e
Mldddlewalght Boxlr- 'wait until his high school class Jones' service is the same team conference last year. fines when Lee Cal-

l Champ Returns Heme was 'graduated. whose members some years ago Tuskegee has selected to play houn of Gary,Indiana, Sept.3at the Gator
,rs; s To Hero's Welcome A righthander who reportedly were accused of trying to conduct Hampton institute for Homecoming defended his Bowl is no1onger
pitches like Satchel Paige and hits ,a boycott against Jackie Robinsonj on November 12. This promises Olympic listed among the Boaa
firutnI TOLEDO, Ohio. -ANP) Wil and runs like Willie Mays and the first Negro to enter organize] to be one of the most thrilling! title in winning the He was cut loose by
bert McClure, the first Olympic Jackie*Robinson, he had attractedthe baseball. sports events of the season, as 110-meter hurdles in
a.rer'e gold medal winner in this city's attention of scouts from the Tuskegee meets one of its oldest 13.8. The win was the Bears and willpl
history, came home to a hero's major league teams because of his colleagues on the gridiron' another for with' the Ottawa Hough
welcome last week and indicated! pitching, hitting and fielding prow WATCH THIS CLOWN Coach Van Cleve's Tigers victory Riders. F r a z i e r
that his amateur boxing days are ess. chalked up a 4-1-1 record during America. It must with the FAMU
over. last season's competition. Of thenine be renembered that starred
tomedtottiewuktf Hik becomes Kens The scholarly looking Universityof Pitches 14 No-Hitters This Season 85-121-56 games scheduled for this the most outstanding Rattlers._ ..
pair cuttun. To Toledo senior, winner of the The amount of the bonus was year's football season, four win bt Morgan
sustain tlvtiiss ttttlrtffic tsiKeifiltm light middleweight titte in the not disclosed, but it is. believed he 24-19-35 played at home. athletes of 84 nations State College's Paul Winder won
at Rome Olympics, was given a $500 was well rewarded by the Cardi competed in the an invitation 200-meter dash here
lust.twleJTMf. / check by a mayor's committee; a nals, who were in competition for 8 Olympic games and it at an International track and field
,,. plaque a.t $200 watch. and other his services by such other major. 6 is gratifying to know meet under floodlights.
$ aK.ewr At Ml t awards. league teams as the world champion 5 9 Winder a member of the USA
WittKON The' presentations were made Los Angeles Dodgers, the 1 Olympic team finished In 20.9.
,, O after ticker-tape motorcade parade American League champion Chi- 1 2
".I I, ,., D a. M.$2 l 6.r.rI S far the'21-year-old McClure, cago White Sox and Detroit Ti.
f w. r.r ar, who previously had won two National gers. 99-531-14

w.rrHw AAU titles, two National He was declared a hardship case 63-52-11 I
Golden Glove titles,the Pas-Amer- as one of 10 children of a laboring
on o ers '."lean championship, and the Inter- father. Ambitious, he would like, .
1 t lair 9ta ttattl. .national diamond belt title. to buy a home for his mother and S.aa/tfass ... e p ;.,_ .
become a great basebalLstar. S.m.tiaM9 ". dews "
--- -- Jones was discovered three years H. adds, sabtrtct
T. to Get H* works. It sit.,.r m4
You Do.'t H. t t Ge to w ago while pitching for the Brent
wood Congregational church team..
He tossed a no-hitter in his first Coming Attraction 2
mound appearance. That afternoon -72-3&:-49
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Saturday 24,1960 'THE FLORIDA STAR Rige.Six! .

/=.: ih---_.: :::: -= :.:.:- :..:: '':_: Zarrubabef- 1 Day Celebration -p1 ,,I J

chips off. the blocks -JU..

: B1 Jkayi Cited By Royal Arch MasonsRoyal _; ,, *

i rr -?... A Y ?
idV .-. .d?". *
1 : Arch Masons of Duval and adjacent counties -
i will motorcade to Palatka Sunday, Oct. 9 *-
1 They "us" are noted for a "whole heap of
, for the annual Zerrubabel Day Celebration i t *
talking" and it is about generally agreed '
r announced this week. ss
that's about all we do. We were chewing the fat vas '

I with an Old Citizen the other night and the event Host will for the b ,e annual Mt. Mrs. L. Battle tes ,. *

old gent confided: "Son, these folks ain't going '. *
1 .
Pleasant 5 of
to stick together....the first ones to go Chapter 'Set For Saturday .
which *
James A. Fosteris -
J running in those stores that the young people
i are fighting to get equal treatment in are High Priest. Mr. Eiml. rites for>i*. George White M. E. Patterson *

j gonna be them ejecated ones and them socalled Foster, also a grand ucille Snow Battle -- *

I i leaders." He went on. "A lot of them are talking secretary, of Royal who died Inst Saturday .MEN'S DAY PRINCIPALS Annual Menu Day Services -

j about cutting off the daily papers; that's Arch Masonryis being : in a locrrl. hos will be observed Sunday at First New

' just a lot of talk and the people downtown ably assisted in supervising ttal, will be held Zion Baptist Church. Principal speaker during : /gt

! know it and just laughing at them. They are various com Saturday *t 4 P.M.inDy the morning service will be C. Parham Johnson

j t saying 'they'll come back'" mittees by Mrs.NinnieJ.Lawson Swine flautist Deacon M. E. Patterson will deliver the main *

.j Old Citizen said, Son, for the past twenty ,Grand Secre- Church.Rev. Cyrus A. address during evening services. Chairman for

'I( years, just about once a year a delegation tary, Order of the Weaver, assisted by the event is Deacon George White. Public is ,
I'preachers' been going down to the Times-Union Eastern Star, Stateof Rev.J.B.l\i.tchen.'dll cordially invited to attend both events. tUc

i complaining about one thing or another.....and Florida.It officiate.

when they leave without getting any satis :is planned to make Mrs.Battle\ossesscrc Stlrt. ,' .
I! faction they vow they're gonna boycott the this year's affair the +f wide circle of I i STRAND All A tip of the Pep( Cap

j paper. That's the tuesday morning after thej most successful i n friends here '/*s a to th.s. outstanding young
the Salesman THRILLS at ti..r pltohlRORY Amtricans, who make our
ministers' all the history of notice of'Sv h Advertising
j meeting. They start talking about nn country and our community
j t this boycott but by the time Thursday order. a.She had lived here liberal cocmission a livo.tf batter. ploc. In .which to

j night rolls around one or two of them ,might Mrs.- Lawson has madea for some ?3 ye rs. draw allowed Xk

decide that he's got to get his picture in the special appeal for She h"d once open--

j 1; paper....so down he runs, down in the basement all Sister Heroinesof ted the Green lantern 2 Hen cOoe *** *
; with his lil his women's which Mrs. A. M. For part time work
J picture to announce on Myrtle ve, but *t
t day or men's day or some kind of day." I tell Frazier is district the time of her s- Distributing papers

{i you son, you can't depend on 'em..And the deputy to be present sin:, was employed asa
: white folks know we ain't gonna stick together without fail.Imitations. clerk with locl 1 Man

for long..that before long us folks is gonna have already dry cleaning concern. To Take Shorthand .
be right back giving them our money an' taking been extendedto Surviving :Ire:Robert CALHOUN i

\their insults." the following aux- Battle,husband; Missrsisters Apply AN]

Old Citizen said his piece concerning the past iliaries: Nar ret Battle.. ity.dauvhter.T'ro Florida Star
1 performance of "us" in this town. But ye col- Order of, the Eastern 2323 Moncrief Rd. HAL WAWS'"career"Kooucmi

umnist believes that "us" have changed and StarMrs.A.L.Fleming, and numerous rela Sunday 1 p.m. ---- -

that "us" have grown completely tired of dis- district deputy; tives. positively no calls __ UTMTMARTIN JAMES E. ROBINSON

crimination and segregation and have decidedonce Daughters. of IsisMrs FRAHCIOSAsntfl New Stanton
Mabel Potee, III Com- # cuanMuLAlNE
and for all that we won't pay for segre-
gation. Let's prove the Old Citizen wrong. mandress of Arabia Ct YOUTH STEALS FROM SHOPA Royal Crown JONESROOleveltn Tribute is paid t<

ABOUT TOWN-Hottest item in the realm of cafe 5;all Crusaders, Mrs. youth was charged Bottling Company : ;; James of the Twelfth

I society concerns the two cousins, who created Ada Bell Thanas,grand with petty larceny 1238 Son Marco>> llvd.a .. grade. He serves as
' such excitement in the Ribault Lounge last Sun- deputy," and all Blue last Monday when he 3 BIG FEATURES Business manager o f

day morning..Newest addition to the corps of Lodge membersA.Flem- picked up some mer- f-<
Uncle Sam's trusted couriers(the mail service) ingdistrict deputy.All chandise 'at,.the Myrtle "RIDE CLE\R OF DIABL ber of the annual mem1
is Ted Douglas who has added something new to departments are
Avenue Hosiery Shop Plus
mailmen's attire. He an Italian straw requested to attend in FURNISHED'ROOMS} k**********-tt
sports and J'QIlfran the store "GHOST( Tnus A.tI
hat while making his "appointed rounds........ full regalia. The while the owner was Johnnie's Rooming Hue And iC.

I>J. Gardner "Nip" Sams is motorized again and motorcade, consistingof busy waiting on cus- Modern conveniencesRooms !"jzz! ON A SUMMER/ DAFTSKYYIEW ... ole
buses andcars will *
now cruises out to his Nip &,Sol Sports Centerin tomers,police reports by DayNight or.
a cool '57 Ford. They tell us H. C. Donald leave the Temple a t indicate. Week. 748 MINNIE ST* ;yEs

(the man in the silk sports coat) swung t he 1:15 p.m.Naninalround Henry Roberts,owner, For Information,' CALL "1.f.B'RKER's KILLER t
deal...Queen Esther Mazeke who used to be a trip fees will be c- After Elgin 5-4025 BROOD"ND
foxy fourteen size does teaching over at New harged. 2ave "RHTTHM BLUES REVUE
Stanton and is now a teasing twentyin size ? r '
trailing himab.two'. Win $630 cash Mon Nite
,that is....The voice that answers the Ebony Women's Day blocks,he dropped Y the NEW HOMES FOR SALE S

.Cab phone at night is owned by Ethel Branch and east I -
Sunday At package ran Just being completed.In TINY TIM'S NURSERY GLENELL WILLIAMS
the former Pilgrim Insurance agent. on 13th Street, Mr. City limits at Bus iC New Stanton

NEWEST of the big spenders in town is Bennie Roberts said., The Line. $9,000$53.00 Pick-Up & Del.Service iC
Glenell is memberof
{McNeil, the gent sporting .the Imperial........ Simpson! Church goods were valued. at Monthly. Fayetteville $1.00 Daily includesHOT the tenth a grade,

Rudolph Williams, recreation director of Fern- Mrs. Vera DavisTeen .$8.50. ,Sub-Division 33rd. & LUNCH. $.75 Daily '7' Homemaking club and

,andina dropped by the corner for a few moments director at A.L.Lewis Patrolmen Johnny Doe Spires Streets. .No Lunch. 1 Month'to 3 iC Mt. Ararat Church.Her

with the boys Tuesday night.. .Albert Crawford YWCA will be princi- and Freddie Mack in-. MORRIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Yrs.NURSING CARE.3 yrs hobby is sewing.

d ing vestigated.Also 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. to 6 yrs. Educational
pal speaker u r It'
I has folk wondering what was the purpose of Supervision.
', morning services .!I... ...
that quick trip to California.. .They saywhennot 544 W. 17th St.
stirring folks to fight for their which ushers in Simpson ... HELP WANTED
-- ELgin 5623'r&OUBLIDI
Qiurch'sannual Rev. and Mrs.
rights, Ruby Hurley has what it takes to stir -COUPLE-
the males when she glides by. Women's Day Harperpastor; Man for Tractor and
Sun ,Mrs. M. Nixon
observance Harrye
observances is "School
LATEST twist to week outdoor work. Wife
Lunch Week" being observed at New Stanton.... Mrs. Rebecca Samuel, Mrs. Eloise Sampson, for Maid on Orange LOVE?

.wonder whose brain-brat that was?*....On the general chairman: an- Mrs.Gladys Anderson, Park Fam.Real nice MONEY PROBLEMS?
nounced.Mrs. Mrs.Beulah LewisMrs II wow. fehrtiM .y.iloW.. tfhtttrvcriMt
drivers :3
subject of food Clarence Allen the cab Roomfurnished
union former business agent turned salesman 0. Burns, willbe Betty Blalock and home. No Children ,.....L. a4..r. SirtcriyJOHN

can It understand why folks will spend a dime pastor for the day. Mrs. Odessa Lane. $70 per week. WAMSTEEERUx WILLIE J. JONES

note to buy a choice piece of meat ard then Others serving in various CO 4-4021 Duval Vocational
Music will be furnished -
official P.O. Box 146 -OROOE .... 10 Ottwy aw
cent capacities
ruin it by cooking it in a seventy-nine ,by the female PARK SOUTH ArtJCA
Cola Dealers
pot. Allen sells an exclusive line of kitchen- during the morn- choirs of. the church':. Pepsi
Yare which will bring out the best in foods. ing include: Mrs.. At 3:30 p. m., Miss Jamesof
the Tenth
COST OF LIVING experts gathered at the"Trop" Hyrtis Terry of Day Carrie.Walker chair grade.
He is member of the
recently figured that the ice costs ten per- Spring Baptist Church; man of youth, will t a
cent of the price of a pint of Scotch..as one Sunday School super- supervise the Explorers club a nd
Ivey put it, "the cost of the ice leaves me intendent; Mrs. Josephine The evening hour will 1 has received the out-

cold, man..Spea1dng of spirits,Jinznie Clevelandsect. feature Miss Joan standing Scholarship

Jenkins does most of his imbibing on the fish- Mrs. Vasxeil, Emanuel, Frazier, Mrs. Mary Award. His hobby is

ing pier(?) at the Ribault. lesson review. Mitchell, Mrs. Grace baseball.
Sunday school teachers Gibbons Mrs Vanbure "* ** '
will be Mrs.Joyce Li : *
Parker, Mrs. Johnnie x : .
Gilbert Mrs. Lorrie
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Participants on the "Know Your U.S.A. Nits 10:30 to 11:00

morning service program Presiding. during the For Phone Requests
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RITZ Sunday, morning and evening EL 6-0461-2
Frances Waldon who "
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hours .
will introduce the -
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speaker: Mrs. Ruth He *

77t24 ( Millan, of Bethel. AM5 Matthews.Young and Mrs.Blondel. To Me *

Churchguest soloist .
; and
Piano organ ac- *
Krs.Mable BartleyKrs companist; will b e
Pauline Bright, Mrs. Mrs. Idella Kirby and TWICE WEEK I

Paradine Smith, Mrs. Miss Dorothy Langre-
Rosalee Smith, Hiss .
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