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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 21, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
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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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 21, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

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:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00430

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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TALLAHASSEE! Federal District Judge Harrold Carswell What has been termed as one of this cit 's

Tuesday ordered the Tallahassee Municipal Airport to most "senseless" killings occurred'on\the night of -il i it

i .Open all of its facilities to Negroes, it was announced Friday, Oct. 13 when a 33-year old woman was brutally :

Effective three days from date of the order, this means shot-gunned in her apartment while two"at her .much. '
:. that signs designating race in'the facility's restau- Younger kin looked on. < 1111

rant, lunch counter, waiting rooms and rest rooms, Deadon arrival at Jack- to the bathroom where she .1
locked the dopr.. She then
[ '...must. ".. be removed. Mrs.son Memorial Lillie Hospital Mae Burrowe was shouted for the childrento .' x 1A
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suit protesting
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call
the police, reports -
facilities who resided with seven '
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filed by I
was r r apartment building locatedat King then held the two >. .
the Ad-
of Colored From WomanGAINESVILLE 1226 NW 59th St. youths-a boy and girl-at
vancement
People' attorneys in behalf _, ._ ..t- Held in Dade County Jail bay with the' 'rifle and ''S a j f.
dared them to leave. How-
under homicide
investigation
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of Revs. David Brooks -- "Bishop"Pop

and joe Reddick of Ta-- J. Williams 39.of the is Frazier King ever, the boy distracted 1
"" King by shouting at him
ages 38.
lahassee and Theodore R. Christian Mission Holiness
and as he (King) looked
Gibson of Miami. Church in Quincy .was con- Mrs. Burrows, who wit-
around the girl escaped
In handing down his victed by circuit court nesses said, worked daily the and called, &ICK WORK: Frazier King 38, in police
from room (
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car) alleged,
Prjday ,the. .13th.
.
Jury ) ot lar- whenever shotgun slay-
Carswell Monday grand possible"-to -
order, judge sup- *: '
4 permanently restrainedthe ..oeny. f 1.. <*'-** port her seven-nephews .and the Metro police.Officer* Jinny; Wilson ;--:; ;;. :;; Farri tgton.Mre L111ie"Mae-BttrroWS"; I"f's wn-wflh one of his captors, niami policeman P, 11e'r'.Qf'

City of Tallahasseefrom The state, through its'asst. nieces visited with friendsin See story this
: page
was one of the "first .. _
distinction Atty. Benmont Tench adjacent --
making any apartment on ---
lawmen to arrive\ at the
because of race at the charged that Williams the afternoon. of the Carriers AgreeTo
who had fled
scene. King,
airport' public facili- "bilked" Mrs. Laura Link incidents. before Officer Wilson'sarrival IntegrationIn 'Riders'; Case

.ties. Judge Carswell also of Waldo out of $100 she Visited By King Remove .
was apprehendeda
the airport testified she had given La. UpheldWASHINGTON
ruled that the Soon after she reachedher few minutes later at NW Racial Batrers'WASHINGTON Being Studied
was a publicly owned and 'Bishop'1 to pray
apartment witnesses; 60th and 15th Ave. by
operated facility. her son out of jail. In a one-
Noting that the woman'sson said- King called upon Officers P. Farrington and Atty. Gen. sentence, unsigned ruling TALLAHASSEE The State

is.still in prison Mrs. Burrows. They also Gerald Ferguson, He told Robert F. Kennedy announced without hearing arguments Supreme Court last Monday
Other Locations AffectedThe
Atty. Tench charged that revealed that the two had them boleft.the gun ata Tuesday that the South's the U. S. Supreme Court, began pondering whether

charging a woman-to pray been friendly at one time nearby h "use., It was recovered three biggest railroadshave for the sixth time in two City Judge John Rudd went
far-reaching rulingis
to her son out of jail is but the friendship had by the 'officers. agreed to desegre- years, turned down two beyond his legal authority i
now expected affect
all trickery and fraud. seemed to have "cooled." Police had to break down gate their terminal wait more attempts by Louisiana in convicting 10
municipal airports in I
that rooms, restaurants and
also reported
It was the bathroom door to to holdup integrationin 'Freedom Riders' for
the state since
the
also, Work Of God several of the childrenwere carry the wounded Mrs. waiting rooms. its public schools.In unlawful assembly at
findings disclosed The lines are the Illinois
and two were
at home
Burrows by ambulance to rejecting Lousiana the municipal airport
:that the policy American of theoperating Williams countered that in the same room with Mrs. jackson Memorial Hospital.She Central. Louisville & Nashville Atty. Gen jack P. E.Gremillion's here, it was announced. I
News when the visitor and the Southern. The
,
Burrows
Co.. has, been to serve all j his work was "not a trick was pronounced deadon contentionthat One of the 'Freedom
three lines agreed to
regardless of but a true work of God." entered. .' arrival. the federal govern- Riders" Rabbi Israel I
race '
persons
Di do' t Wish Talk eliminate separate facili-
To
Acting as his own attorney When the handcuffed King ment had no business Dresner bf Springfield. I
color iniits
or restau
King is reported to have ties for and whiteE
Negroes
rant in Tallahassee. and Williams added that if was returned by police car getting into the argumentover Mass, claimed:, throughhis
stated that he wished to following a four con- I'I'I
other similar operationsin prayer is a trick, Jesus to the scene, remarks from the state s school attorney Alfred
talk with Mrs. Burrow ferences between Kennedyand
the growing crowd gatheredat laws. Hopkins of Miami, that
Florida. Christ
should have been but she said that due to his Justice Depart-
: the scene of the shoot- The high tribunal upf the 'riders' were convicted ,
L on a chain gang. her ill condition, she ment officials Kennedy
held a decision by a under state law. I
ing were: !There he is! a
The church leader s remarks didn't wistf to 'talk then- said, the railroads deserve ,
kill special three-judge Hopkins contended that II I
Somebody .ought to
Assembly Not issueIn were intermittently adding-some other time. ; < "great credit for
interrupted members of him!" The growing 'insistence federal court which had Judge Rudd during last
by
Without further preliminaries their action.
of the crowd to rejected the state's June's bearing, ruled I
his order, judge Cars- his "
church shouting"hallelujahs. King is said to 'Theirs, Kennedy continued -
well said the question of ." said that press in on the car school rulings last upon the validity of the j
He have raised a rifle which "is the kind of ,
Detectives Bush and Par- May 4. state law and in com
arrests involving 10 he was frequently given he had concealed at his acceptance of responsi-

eedom Riders" by money by people of their side, raised it, and fired ker, taking cognizance of bility which we at the 16 Negroes victing the freedom t
the situation, immediately ; riders under it, sen-
'Tallahassee police
on un- own free will. the bullet striking Mrs. Justice Department hope
lawful assembly charges was The state then stated ordered the alleged pri- tenced them to pay $500
Burrows in the head. will help the nation to :
issue under soner to be taken to Dade Face ArrestsIn fines each or serve 60 i
'not an the that Williams was not Mrs. Burrows then ran continue to make progressin
airport ruling and that County .J ail. days in Jail. t
being tried for preaching screaming from the room guaranteeing equal :
.the court would make no but for -- -- 'Shine'GREEN Raid The riders were a group
being a 'flimflam" rights under law to all
decision in regard to it. artist. Americans.' of 18 Negro and white
Slow Down
I
i Contributions clergymen who traveledfrom
f Circuit Judge John A. Kennedy also noted that COVE SPRINGS--
Mrs. Sawyer Washington to Tallahassee -
H. Murphree- disclosed he the agreement came Justa Sixteen Negroes here are by bus last
would pass sentence later. few weeks after the I
in the process of being
April. They were servedat
Graham
Mrs. Interstate Commerce Com-
served warrants for sale Jacksonville, Live

; mission's regulations of moonshine whiskey Oak and Tallahassee with-

In Hospital : High Postal ,.... bannihi segregation on Deputy J. P. Hall Jr. out incident.The .

14. buses and 'in bus terminals announced.The arrest of the 10

IIIAMI Two prominent previous tar- warrants were the
,Post 1$. Given f clergymen occurred at
Miami matrons were hospitalized gets of numerous "f reedc outgrowth of a massive the municipal airport
this week, it riders." raid on
I' Clay County here whentthey were
was 'reported.111"IIa WASHINGTON Another Illegal moonshine whiskey allegedly refused
-------- -- ; ser-
IlAMie Graham well- appointment in upgrading Gets Term conductedOct.
---- major operations vice at the facility's'restaurant.
knowa schoolteacher and of Negroes was -#' t ?t federal ,
After DefendingOwn 15 by It was dis-
wife of the Rev, Edward made by the Kennedy administration < state, and local law closed they had plannedto
f;'Braaam., pastor of Mt.
this week 1J SeWFBRNANDINA enforcement officers make their return

Zion Baptist Church was vhea Henry Lee Dixon Jr. 'f BEACH Defending totaling sone 40 in t rip. north by plane.

admitted to. Christaln 1 Ijemorial was named enploye relations THANKS, BREKDA ANN: Although public 'contributions. himself against number.in .... .
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: Hospital for, an- I assistant in the for the Sept. 4 truck tragedy survivors had slowed to .grand larceny charges the early morning r-
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i undisclosed otbeY Miamian'.ailment.under. t Post Office Department's ,a mere $179 daring the past week, Breada Ann Clark, involving the taking of swoop, eight white, .- *

t tt doctors'die care is Mrs. Bureau Personnel, 10, brought justice, of the Peace Dorcas B. Drake the $420 from a Callahan persons were arrested. wPATRONIZE

Ethel owner of the A veteran of 20 years sum of $15.02 from the Church of God No.4. Mrs. woman last June netted Ninety-five gallons

I Sawyer Elizabeth Hospital service, as a carrier aad .Lucille Clark, Bread Ann* mother,.,accompanied her 3 axon Herbert Bradley of hine' whiskey

Mary other real estate: 'clerk, Dixon will play to Judge Drake's office at 150 B. Maim(St. where McConnell 52. a four whiskey sales, 320 pounds Star Advertisers i

.'and"iritereets who journeyed major role la develop- jiadlvidaals Met orgaaiaatioas are arced tot carry' cash year prison.term. of sugar, a 600-gallon

to meat of post Office per- deaatioas for the victims. McCon&ell l faced trial capacity still and a 55-
week bJ Baltimore .
this :
} soaael policies, thedepartment gallon capacity still were .
be admitted lato'Johu ; .' ;.} -' (Florida Star Photo) before' Circuit 'Judge". i :-.. It. .
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II'AGE.2 I FLORIDA STAR OCTOBER 21/1961 \
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THE FLORIDA STAR y : : jqiuncsAS USUAL
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NEWS f ; ?1i t 1

r : BY ERIC O. SIMPSON

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.

"Member of Associated Negro Press" NEW LAW SOUGHT TO BAR
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E EXECUTION OF CHILDREN \
ERIC O. SIMPSON.......................... .............. "..Mcnoglng Editor .
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ALYSON E. WISE......_..........................N 1......._.._..News Editor I :lr ( -

HILDA WOOTEN..........._............................Circulation Manager 4 1t'* :- 1ti'; ; jj 4 ATLANTA---Gov. S. Ernest Vandiver, apparently l
reacting to international concern, announced -
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: y that the Georgia Legislature will be

2323 Moncrief Road.........._......................Phon Elgin 4-6782 : : asked to review the law that would allow !
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i 3. electrocution of Preston Cobb 14-year-oia
s
Negro youth.
Mailing Address: .
Cobb is charged with the slaying of a 70- \
P: O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida
year-old white fasiaer in Hillsboro (Jasper t
;', 3900 N.W. 23RD.AVENUE County), 55 miles south of here, last June.
<. MIAMI. FLA. NE 3.2175 He is being defended by lawyers of the National (
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.f' Association for Advancement of
SUBSCRIPTION
RATES
Colored People upon request of his mother.
One Year
$5.00
; Half Year, $3.00
The NAACP entered the
case on grounds that
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To
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Anywhere In The United States J --
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check 4 ,.. Negroes are s systematically excluded from
or Order
Money To
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1 jury duty in Jasper County; the court-ap-
,FLORIDA
pointed defense lawyer failed to raise per-

'OA L tinent constitutional issues; the strong
probability that others were involved in the
FLORIDA'S CANCER DEATHS crime; and the boy's youth.At .

a preliminaiy hearing on the motion fora

RISE ABOVE NATIONAL LEVEL new trial on Oct. 6, young Cobb was represented -
by NAACP Attorney Donald L. Hollo-
: h N J yY well of Atlanta. The hearing was held in

JACKSONVILLE -- Florida1 cancer death rate Milledgeville before Superior Court Judge ;

rose faster than the national average duringthe George S. Carpenter. At the conclusion of

past 10 years. % .: the session, Judge, Carpenter granted both
For 1960, there were 7,789 deaths from cancer w 11\ 4+ c r- sides. until oct.- 26-- to- '
leaving heart disease still Florida number- submit final argumentson c'

one killer. From January to. June this year, -' .0 f the motion for a new T
there were 4,170 cancer, deaths! making cancer R tr trial. k 1

the second cause-6'f death. --N'w-( .-... .... .....:-- -iC Uf! _- _-:- .--. .. ... JIf-11 The convicted youth was
Cancer of the respiratory system in men, and originally scheduled for
the increasing proportion of the aged in ELIMINATION OF JOB DISCRIMINATION WILL GIVE.. PULL USE OF MANPOWER execution on Sept 22 but

Florida were primary causes of the 10year prompt .NAACP intervention
rise in death rates, the Florida State secured a postponement.. ... .... I

Board of Health reported.The Meanwhile, Gov. Vandiver
Florida increase, which was not adjustedfor Your 'has announced that he will grant a stay of

population age changes, was 19 per cent WeeklyHoroscope execution, if necessary, in order to give the
compare with the national rise of six percent.The legislature time to reconsider the law which
.
report showed that about two-thirds of all Guide now permits execution of children as young as

cancer deaths in Florida involved the diges- 14 years of age.

tive and respiratory systems and the genital WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I

organs. NAACP TO HONOR WILKINSAT
The rate per hundred thousand population of BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL

cancer of the respiratory system--in, both male TESTIMONIAL DINNER

and female--rose from 15.5 in 1950 to 29.4 in By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER

1960, an increase of about 90 per cent. The ,

rise for women was from 6.3 in 1950 to 73 in AlUEt:; pected of you_ .in your vocational NEW YORK---Roy Wilkins, executive secretaryof
the National Association for the Advance
1960. 3orn March 21--thru April 19 environment, you SAGGIT7ARIUS: -
The male increase of cancer of the respita- '. YaJ'lan congratulate your may do a little work in ment of Colored People, will be honored at a

tory system was from 25.0 in 1950 to 52.3 in self if you have weatheredthe the background to further You should have had testimonial dinner 'here New Year' Day, Mrs.
1960--109 per cent. The majority of these storms of the past your vital interests.: 'Do, enough of the problems Jessie M. Vann of Pittsburgh, chairman of

male deaths were, due to lung cancer. The deatnrate ;Quarter without too much I not apply ,open pressure as that have been keeping the NAACP Board of Directors sponsoring

for the white male for cancer of the 'material damage. Leave it could be resented to you off ,balance duringthe committee, announced this week.
respiratory system was 57.5--almost twice as your savings alone, and your ultimate disadvantage preceding quarters. The dinner, to \be held at the Roosevelt

high as the total rate of 29.4 for the entire arrive at a formula that (24th-25th). Delays or You can now collect Hotel, will pay tribute to Mr. Wilkins' 30
population. 'will enable you to lower,' other disappointments interfere yourself, and start years of dedicated service and leadershipin -

Even with the rise, the Board said much progress or liquidate, outstanding with your pro- the Fight for Freedom. Mr. Wilkins
is being made in early diagnosis, and obligations in the most ductivity, but don' t'-take eliminating, one by one, joined the NAACP staff as assistant secretaryon

that many lives might be saved if cancer were painless fashion (28th). them too much to heart the various factors August 15, 1931.

detected in early stages so that it could be You may now be able to (27th). The tempo is due responsible (25th-26th). In a letter to NAACP branches throughoutthe
brought to successful treatment. There are 24 rely more on the good to pick up next'month, The lack of faith, in country, Mrs. Vann expressed the belief
tumor clinics in Florida which are provided will of others to obtain and you will have plentyo moments of crisis, may be that Mr. Wilkins' outstanding record of devotion -

through cooperation of state and county medical :necessary cooperation f time and energy ,to mainly responsible for to the cause of freedom and equality

societies, the Florida Division of the wherever it is deemed make up for everything. your inability to bring deserves recognition and appreciation from
American Cancer Society, county health departments necessary. certain matters to suc- all who have shared in the benefits of his
and the State Board of Health. 1-70-55-14-23-175 cessful conclusions (29th). long and active career. "

The 10-year report showed that the increasing 7-60-33-17-46-763 VIRGO Once you can master your- The letter asks the branches to conduct I

average age of Florida's populatiqn was involved TAURUS Those with whoa, you have self, you conquer your intensified membership and fundraisingdrives
most formidable foe. This in honor of the NAACP leader. They are
in the upswing of the figures.. Therewas family or neighborly ties
a five per cent increase in the rate among Outside of a few problems may be responsible for will leave you free to asked to expand membership and increase funds

persons over '65. This combined with the lung that may be leftovers many of the problems that get a fresh start on the in multiples of 30 as a tribute to Mr

cancer increase to lift the total figure. The (25th thru 28th), you you find difficult to enterprises that should Wilkins' 30 years with the Association.
figures showed no appreciable difference should find yourself becoming solve. You simple have to shortly lead you to the Reports on the results of the drive will

1950 and 1960 for other age groups except.. much more able in decide, for yourself, the very top. be made at the testimonial dinner on Jan.l.

a, slight increase in children under 15. coping with daytodayevents. difference between right 4-90-99-15-46-491 Serving with Mrs. Vann on the committeeare

Racially, the figures showed the incidence Your affection is and wrong, and arrive at the following Board members: Mrs. Daisy
cancer death to be about 8 to 5 in favor of your best guide when you your own conclusions.There CAPRICORNYou Bates, Little Rock; Max Delson New York City

the white race. In both races, men out- are taking up matters that are some things Dr. Harry J. Greene, Philadelphia; Samuel
numbered women victims in about the same ratio.An have to do with your with which you cannot would prefer to Williams, Orange, N.J. ; and the treasurerof
exception was the incidence of breast can- associations; and your, compromise, and you wouldbe judge others by your own the Association Alfred Baker Lewis of

cer which was almost exclusively among women. praoticalmindedness'should fully justified to act standards, but unfortunately Greenwich, Conn.Jacksonville.

Deaths due to cancer of the genital organs run a close second in the spirit (25th)'. You you are bound to suf- I
(25th-26th). All the ,fer many disappointments
showed up more frequently among nonwhite women. con- may be struggling with
structive measures in this respect. Many
you
matters that have to do
have been able to, take, people are ready to promis
THE OTHER MAN'S OX regardless of the obstacles with your finances or anything to serve their Needs A Negro

should prove 26th.dear. .ones on the :25th- immediate ends, and to go

their full worth. back on their words once
6-30-66-15-28-636 this Newspaper. Read the "Florida
Star"Every
has been accomplished.The
Congressmen are often rather zealous,. when 520551931525GEMINI (\ LIBRA
they themselves are not concerned, about responsibilities that

outlawing conflicts of interest between pub- : If you have failed. to keep pressing down on you Week. Patronize "Star"
There is general may look as if they are
lic and private life. When they themselves are agree- make any progress during
concerned, that is different.The ment among those who the preceding quarter!you, there for good. .
House of Representative some time know that the harsher
ago should find yourself becoming 1-30-77-14-63-137-
penalized former federal appointees :life may seem, at times I 1
much more able in
within two years after leaving office, handled the more the person may the next eight days. AQUARIUSThose '1 '. 1

claims against their former agencies. New be favored. It is only Exercise self-restraint, -___ .,; ,j.
through experience that of your signs who i. .
legislation activitiesthat _
has now added other legal activi- and limit the .
knowledge is gained, and are among the occupantsof .,
ties in which the United States has a direct impose too heavy a the seats of the
those to whom mighty .
interest, and for ids former officials from nothing strain on your means, un-
ever happens can find are destined to realize '.,. I.
acting for private interests as agent or til you can find more "" I
that these
themselves in are increasnglyuncomfortable \
lawyer in any matter with which they were very poor, time, and, Improved circumstances indeedrIf 1
more than ones
You
connected while in the ways one. i to place
actively government.The your- ,
may find it revealing to i there is any chance of ,
Senate has yet to pass on this. ponder these questions self in a more favorable vacating them gracefully :.. \
Those restrictions are praiseworthy. But position. The 25th26thare :'
without prejudice to
your
(25th-26th) and
why should they apply bnly to the executive should extract a measureof you the more promising economic interests, it 1tl
department? Why are not Congressmen brought days when you may discover
( encouragement when maybbe just about the
under the law? No serious attempt has ever you someone, "of something, to wisest could .! f;,
find that life has ,not course you t.
been made to do this. inspire and direct. you. :'
passed you by. take (25th and 29th).
One Congressman. said that he favored such Make sure that the personto

action, but felt that to attempt it would 9-10-44-16-52-014 whom you may be tempted 2-10-22-16-47-212 1 1I 1I t \
only jeopardize the passage of the improvement CANCERIt to give your heart is \ ft

contained in the present bill. Congress does takes a little time fully worthy of the honor. .r I

its reputation no good by excepting itself for the dust to settel, 3-40-'l' -ls-82-347 PISCES \ IJ
from the restrictions that it imposes on
but you can count on a dis- SCORPIO l

others. tinct improvement during Regardless of what Depressing influences.
this last quarter. Apply to bear, once ,
happened during the previous are brought
all your energy toward quarter, you cannot .again, but they should not j
the restoration of trust
REFLECTION. assume that everything be taken too seriously
.... and understanding-decide lost. from It seems
it Refrain (26th-27th) 1400 WRHC
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I DOt to harbor grudges or taking the dim view as better to remain out ofth'e .
resentments this interferes with the troubles that prevade
"Somebody said (25th Your
From the Los Angeles Times '
newspaper readers will recall a snatch of an patience nay Ow' tried clear thinking that is your social circle, before -FEATURES-- ;

longer than anything else except but you should pass the essential when you wishl) you find yourself obli- KEN, KNIGHT
editorial '
test if you have de>elopcd to operateeffectivel7(27th28th gated to make inroads in \ \
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enough will power duringthe ). You are not your cash or other re- t PRESENTING: ,
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to lose faith in the The JTRAIN
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previous crises 27 th). oae
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and therefore You can have a very pleasant future, and in your against recklessness on \ ..
cloister. He knows he has no name and there would the highways is shining SWEET CHARIOT l ,
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no frame;' he only hopes, if his heartis time oa the 28th. be BO point in buildingup bright on the 28th-29th. 939 to 10:30 HCNDJLY E thru naD.AI'I: 1
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in work some My 2aoa133 83 doubts at this stage Give it the respect it
in an opinion or act on a conviction existence. deserves. 10:..12 --= MONDAY tam SATURDAY ,
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LOUISE G. GUINYARO e !r +at 9 Box 417 E.: Boy,.
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Mr. & Mrs. Clifford
I fantabulous Frolic" is the title of the Jacksonville Bartley1947 Mill CreekRd.

[Urban League Guild's second annual variety show, schedules ; Boy:

for Thanksgiving Eve an the Duval Armory. II r. & Mrs. Ruel Davis;

i I Recalling last year's show, which provided a full J 5204 Mays Drive; Gi rl.Mr. .
l evening of entertainment, we can hardly wait for 4 & Mrs. Willie King;

I "Pantabulous Frolic" which will feature Hiss Marvyn x4>4'j 1804 ff. 33rd St. Boy

Betsch in a medley of songs + Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Robinson

from "Porgy and Bess." A E 408 Phelps St. Boy.
C professional guest artist .i" pz
Mr. a Mrs. Malcolm Wilson -
whose identity has not been ,- ; 4224 N. Myrtle Ave.
revealed is slated for an 6 Girl.

i appearance, and if the Je ,. ,, .,. 'lW
Furors are true, we can ex- 4 c Mr. & Mrs. Theodore

I pect a 'whale of an even- -.w
Anderson; 1126 Hart St.
Ing." Rehearsals are being t
Boy.
I held weekly at the Wilder I
: Mr. & Mrs. Laconia John-
Park Recreation Center. lit

Remember last Year's Hully ,, son; Hibernia Rt. (Green

Gully line? I'm curiousto fir, Cove Springs Florida;;

know what sreps the o T Boy.
chorines will introduce.. _.r' -- Mr. .& Mrs. David Bailey;

this year. Miss Marvin Betsch"Variety # J? 1jf. r. ti' gin is ji {rV 1445 W. 23th St. ; Girl.

r Show Participant' : : : L'm' k : V Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Bronson;

2580 Debra Drive
executive of the Jacksonville ; Boy.
Junius Bowman, secretary
is be in the line. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel McQueen;
3 Urban League, sure to stag
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Guild officers are Mrs. Essie McCray. president; Miss : 1210 Grant St. ; Boy.

Alethia Frazier, vice president; Mrs. Bertie Arter, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Cullins;
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recording secretary; Mrs. Claudia Burris financial 842 W. 31th St. Girl.

secretary; Miss Mozelle Bruton, treasurer; Mrs: Evelyn y xes Mt r xk c > Mr. & Mrs. Willie Edwards;
r Freeman, chaplain; Mrs. Janet Johnson, publicity chair- = ro .
2936 Willow St. ; Boy. ,
man; Mrs. Helen Wright, program chairman; and Mrs.
Helen Robinson, program chairman. Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Grant;

tt,, 1433 Grothe St. ; Girl.
i 4 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Jones;
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j yr 1.c 711 North St. ; Boy.
Mrs. Helen Robinson is on the semi-active list j
Mr. & Mrs. P. West Tar-
following an accident that resulted in a brief confinement -
I' ver; 705 Court A. ; Boy
to Brewster Hospital. tj

) Vi 4 1: V V Mr. & Mrs. Herbert
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It was an election meeting for The Gems when they met
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Friday evening in the home, of Mr. and Mrs. L. Carlyle.. ;, J i Mr. & Mrs. William

j, Davis, 1192 West' Eighth Street. The group re-elected' I: f 'Holland; 1014 Odessa St.
last year's officers to a second term. the slate consisting -' Y Gl rl.

MaJje Ail. & Mrs. James Humphrey;
og Mrs. Zelma Johnson, president; Mrs. ;
4065 Flynn Street. .Girl.
McClain vice president; Mrs. Joyce Lawson, recording'' .. ,-. Mi.
& Mrs. Eddie Morris;
secretary; Mrs. Sylvester Bossard financial secretary; :.w -
,,.. 1806 Wilcox St. Girl.
?ndiMrs. Catherine Jackson, treasurer. | [t .
: Mr. & Mrs. George Goshay '
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Tie results of the bridge session at the club-sponsored = : : ;
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hj; ; ; Drive;
meeting found Mrs. Lydia sweet in-first place Mrs. : ;i Bo'y.!

Marie McClain. second, and Mrs. Lillian Davis, third.: ':"fI .,,,',;' '. I", ...
I w : *omen's Council
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The sixteen ladies of the Young Men's Progressive "'; m .

r'alatka, Florida are presenting a recital .- TALLAHASSEE Mrs.
QNovember 6, 1961 in the auditorium of Central Academy' ... -- ..;z V,.& t. s'.f ..c Betty Dawson, west Palo

High School. ; Beach, was elected presi-
Artiat scheduled for appearance include Mrs. EdwjtarJ,! REWWi TO ACTIVE STATUS -- Following a brief respite in activities due to the siioaer vacation season, the dint of the City .Won en'sCjtaneU

Graham Strac aft of Daytona Beach, organist; Mrs. Louise; fUbi; of Mp>.. of Florida AUf

N.. Os 1A od of Palatka, soloist; and Mrs. Cleo S. Higgips'iin Grayce M. Bate an, 1131 Durkee Drive (East) for a regular business session and social interlude, in topPhoto I.University recently,

several dramatic interpretations. S from left are: Mesdames L. M. Harris, hostess Grayce M. Bateman publicity director Other officers elected
"Mrs. Flossie Belton is president of the auxiliary! ; Ivory Joyner wore: Mrs. Bernice Lewis

organization, and William D. Maxwell is president 'of'! past president; Thelma Crockett, secretary; Dr. Ertha M. M. White, guest; Mesdames Susie Llmbric and Midville, Ga., vice-presi-

the Young Men a Progressive Club. Geneva Grant. In bottom photo from left are: Dr. White and Mesdames J. 0. Buchanan E. W. Wooten. Wesley. dettt; Mils Jacqueline Mart -

; : VV-. .. .. ._, ,_ ;. president; Othatine Matt Hattie Jackson, sin >White- t Tallahassee, secret -
head and Samuel Jones. t1: Miss Nancy P. Jefferson -
Miss Elizabeth Jones was hostess to the recent meeting, ; Tallahassee, trea

of the Zenith Ladies Bridge Club, held at the Lincoln Florida surer; Miss Erma Jackson
( Star Photos)
Golf and Country Clyb. Guests included Mrs. Corrine Tallahassee, representative -
Kennedy of Fernandina Beach; Mrs. Thelma Solette Small; to the Women's Con-

and Mrs. Esther Anderson. Fla. gress ; Miss Lillie M.
Jax Airman Ford School's Elects Officers A&M Dean
High scorers among Zenith members included Miss Mary Batchelor, Tallahassee

Prime, Mrs. Elizabeth jasmin, and Mrs. janie Reynolds. Father-Son Fete At Annual FeteThe ReciVes Citation parliamentarian; and Miss
Mrs. Catherine Burns was raffle winner. Mrs. Claudia F.ted At FNIST. Gladys Rich Durham N.C. ,

Burris, Mrs. Mary L. Breaker, Mrs. Hazel Lillienthal, Slated Oct. 22nd ATLANTA GA.---Dr. H. reporter.
Manning Efferson dean
and Mrs. Mary Dumas were among other members participating AUGU INE Airman Classie Lassie Bridge
in the meeting. Roy Williams of the Jacksonville Close to two hundred boys Club celebrated their of the university
Naval Air Station and their fathers are expected fourth anniversary recently Florida A. and M. Uni- Wedding Bells

who was elected as the .,to attend the second in the home of Mrs. versity, was awardedthe

first sailor of the month annual Father-Son banquet Joan Spaulding. Charter honorary degree of Application for Man1aeeLlcenae.
The West Seventeenth Street home of Mrs. Barbara Har- visited Florida Normal and this Sunday at the JohnE. members present were: superior farmer duringthe

per was the setting for a regular meeting of Kevinettes Industrial Memorial Col-, Ford Elementary school. Mesdames Alveta S. Allen annual meeting of the *

Bridge Club. Mrs. Ann Monroe was the lone guest. lege recently as a' guestof The boys are menbers of Dorothy Oliver Margaret New Farmers of America
Emma Mrs. Essie and Sarah and Hi-Y Starkes Helen Toney, here in the Municipal
Mrs. Lee George McCray Mrs. the local Chamber.of the Gra-Y Jr. Louis Lowndes, 17% Hanover
Auditorium .
Lovett received prizes for outstanding performance in Commerce. clubs which are part of Carolyn Washington Jua- recently.The St., Charleston, S. C.. 39 and Ola J
the rounds of bridge. Members present in addition to Airman Williams was the the James Weldon Johnson nita Williams and Sarah degree is the high- M. Poinsette, Rt. 1, Box 174,
est honor the NPA givesto
prize winners included Mrs. Celeste. Nicks, Mrs. Doris guest at a special luncheon Branch YMCAs program for Wright. Other members who lavenel. S. C., 27.
Bennett Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard Mrs. Thelma Greene with student leaders; including boys. Presently invita- present were Mesdames men over a periodof Homer Hodges, 1324 Myrtle

Mrs. Pauline Davis, Mrs. Daisy Gillard, and Mrs. Pearl "Miss Florida tions have been extendedto Minnie L. Gadling. Mar- years have done various Ave., 21 and Geraldine U. Dem-
Mackey. Normal" Miss' Thelma J. 16 of the clubs withan garet Mathis, Geneva things to promotea ery, 352 Phelps St, 22.
enrollment Henderson Grace Sykes, bigger and better L. 1906 Mill
Mosley and members of the estimated Thos. Bartley
public relationsstaff.The of 300 boys. and Joan Spaulding. program for NFA mem- Creek Rd. 30 and Bessie M. O.

youthful Airman was. The Father-Son banquet Throughout the eveningthe bers. ,Polke.. Rt. 1. Box 266. 23._,__

Fond wishes for a rapid return to good health are named "Sailor 0 f the began last year as an hostess provided Ti''

extended to Mr. Leggett of 1517 Myrtle.Avenue. Mr. Month" over hundreds, of annual affair and grew varied and interesting
Leggett is out of a need to developa entertainment; the most '
confined to his home. others stationed at the ; --i4
Jacksonville Naval Air closer relationship between amusing being poloroid ; '4 N I
I : Station. He was escorted Father and Sons. R. shots of the group in

The COMMUNITY aU T-mI'lED FUND DRIVE continues with a I to the college campus by 'Y. Daniels, chairman of various moods. 'R ,

special division for bridge clubs. Bridge players, let's I members of the St. Johns the YMCA Program Committee During a business session y s"r
make this a grand slam 1 County Sheriff's Office stated this is only one the following officerswere (
elected: Mrs. AlvetaS
of several programs which
and the St. Augustine
j S S Record respectively. will have as its objective Allen, president; Mrs. '
_ the strengthening of Sarah Wright, vice president -
Mrs. Beatrice Easton of 3641 Ai-disia Road is recuperating PATRONIZE family ties. ; Mrs. Margaret; "

at home after.being confined to a local hospital. Florida 'Star4vrtiu" The banquet will begin Mathis. recording 'secretary '

at 3:3'0' p... and each boy :' Mrs' Helen Toqpy '
A will, feoaor his father by financial seoietary-
serving his father dinner treasurer; lira. ttUiie t., .

Why Mothers Use first. The program will Gadling. reporter. ry J
the role of the Prizes were won by Mrs.
\ SKOAL LAXATIVEFMIABY Young stress Men's Christian Association Geneva Henderson; welfare, 4 I

Y in Boral County, first prize Mrs. Carolyn : :
Washington, second prize; ;
V plans for the future will
?regnant ? ..You don't want to take be revealed and a special Mrs. Helen Toney. consolation Her mother or her sister?
Mrs. Minnie L.
chances with strong laxa fIlm on YMCA World Service ;

tives. That's why for over will be shown. Gadling. BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOK1NQ HAIR COLOR

60 years mothers have relied Commercial Weddings Portraits Whether you want the excitement eta different ,. 'f

6 Keep your tight dry skis soft and RELAX I on vegetable pare hair-shade, or want to give new life to dull orgray
smooth with Morons ntnra Neglect BABY EASE" Hade especially hair...insist on the long-lasting haircolor '
ef body sUn tissues during pregnancy package
in the famous red Godefroy'
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This famous skis conditioner is especially s .Larieuse. It'eaay to apply,and.,complete in
compounded to relieve the MOTHERS sensitive stomachs. You cant Rqy AL ART sruoioTCLCPHONC one package-there'* nothing else to buy. $
fort of that stretched feeling .
skin. You'll find a Morass rasm rely on this pleasant tasting .. ...IS'" /Z. LljmLO
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skin witt Monxss mem \:\:. MASSAGE ". ,." .,' .IV LAflltUSil9
druggist
for "BABY EASE.
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s .1. PrufflftAflflivraryReCital_ Oct. 23 _I Union Cmmunity Mother Midway J:

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CHURCH NEWS FYIL; It Itf -< $ Day Sunday Here SundayJax's :


5 yX t The women of Union Oldest!! I..1

) Community AME Church

.. will celebrate Women's Jax's Mother Midway-- ,

'. .. Day on Sunday, October the first AME Church organized J

22 throughout the day in the State of
J women of union Community AME Church will observe
beginning with the Sun- Florida according to
f
ir annual day Sunday, beginning with, the Sunday
day School at 9:30 a.m. its pastor Rev. J. W.
ol at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Dora Lee- Jenkins ae guest LiW
with Mrs Dora Lee Jones--will celebrates
erlntendent Quest teachers are: Mrs. Lonvenla '
Jenkins as guest super- 96th anniversary
Ires and Mrs. Dollie Brinkley. Mrs. Letonia Ale- f
intendent. Guest teachers ..et. 23-30 at its 1456 \
{ der will be the speaker at the II a.a. worship ser- location.The .
will be Mrs. Louvenia Van Buren St.
will be Louella B. Carter.
ce. She presented by Mrs.
Tl Squire and Mrs. Dollie committee, led by

'. Mae Brinkley.The general chairman Willie
Deaconess Board 1 of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will ,. Gadson has invited some
sponsor a pew rally Sunday at 4 p.a. in the auditorium t morning worship {
schedule is Processional of the city's leading
f the church. Various churches of the city have been : -
invited to participate. A program will be presented t; _., I t Allen Chapel Choir church and religious or-

,- f 'I ; Call to worship, ganizations and groups
or the occasion. have already been invited
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Mrs. Helen Hooks or
1 Services for Sunday will begin with the Sunday Schoolt
proxy; Opening hymn to appear on the
9:30 with Deacon J. Barr in charge. Morning worshipill
( Mrs. Alice Bellamy of week-long program.
begin at 11 o'clock. The pastor Rev. H. T. Overtreet -
Mother Midway's birth
F Grant Memorial AME
will deliver the morning'message. Evening wor-
Fy Church ; PrayerMrs.Hart began during the South
hip will begin at 7 o'clock. The pastor will deliver
Carolina Conference in
of Day Spring Bap-
I he closing message for the day. tist 1865 when Rev. W. R.
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THE MALE CHORUS of Abyssinia Baptist Church will observe its 12th anniversary Oct. Allen Chapel AME Choir Stewart, its first pastorwas

;. 23 at 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the church. A program has been prepared with II ; ScriptureMrs.Gertrude sent to the Land of
Choir 2 and the Sunday School Department of ute Olive
I well known groups and individuals appearing. Zion Hope Male and Female Choruses, Morse Moriah Sunshine, making all of
rlmitlve Baptist Church will present the fifth annual
Day Spring Male Chorus Mt. Ararat Male Chorus and Choir 4B, Tabernacle Male AME; Decalogue-Mrs. Florida his parish.
I Pal Musical Oct. 29 at 7:30 p. m. This will be a pre
Chorus, Grant Memorial Trio Gospel Chorus of West Union Baptist Church and Erneetine Cox, Grant Leaving there in early
sentation of Choir 2 In a festival of hymns and
I others who will help to make a well rounded program. Deacon Emanuel Jackson, Memorial AME Church ; June by ship, he landed I
.spiri tual Spearheading the group for the presentation in Jacksonville !
business manager of the Male Chorus and serving as program chairman has made Missionary OfferingMrs. June 9. s
are Mrs.. Erlene Hallback and era. Lorita j. Mar-
and the following
day
tin. contact with several groups who have accepted the invitation to be present. He is A. B. Shehee on
in the history of the Male Chorus. ; went to the Northeast
hoping to make the 1961 observance the greatest
Invitations have been extended to all choirs and Notices Lenreatha section of the city-

choral groups to attend. Choir or groups having the C. Parham Johnson will serve as master of ceremonies. Hogan; Solo, Miss MarvaJ. then called Midwayand
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largest attendance will be given recognition. Tyner; Consecrationhymn with sixteen members,

Mrs. Myra D. organized Midway AME
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Sunday's Services King; Introduction of Church.
Attends United Speech-Hearing
Speaker, Mrs. LouellaB.
) Are AnnouncedSunday "Well- might we quote
J. Sunday services will begin Bethlehen Baptist Church Women's Clinic Is OpenTALLAHASSEEThe Carter; Speaker Mrs. from the little acorn

+l' Church with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with Deacon marks an annual Letonia Alexander; Extension the mite Oak has grown

I j. Snead in charge. observance at Central World Confab Speech of Open Door; into 30-presiding elders

I yarning worship at 11 a.m. BTU 5:30 p.m. Evening worship CME Church when the --- ------ ._- ------- and Hearing Clinic at Offering Mrs. Sarah and 60,000 members in

p at 7 o'clock. The McCall Gospel singers will be women celebrate Women's Y Florida A. and M. Uni- Graham; Introduction of the State of Florida "

9r presented after the.regular services in interest of Day under the supervisionof versity is now open to visitors, Mrs. Tonmie Rev. Jones stated.He .

1 the young adult choir. Mrs. Mary Dennis kc1 people in the communitywho L. Wilder; Presentationof went on to say. We

r The districts anniversary will be held Monday at chairman, and officersand need remedial instruction Chairman and Co- might pause to celebrate

8 p.m. in the auditorium of the church. District 7 committee women who and therapy chairman and benediction. this greaw occasion and b

ti will sponsor a trip around the world Saturday night. will direct the event. -- p4Icj7d 4 a with their speech prob- Evening worship begins we invited the general t

Buses will leave from the church. Mrs. D. W. Bass, as act- lems. 6:30 p.m. Program is as public to celebratewith

ing pastor, will be in '1 '. II' Evaluation of the natureof follows: opening hymn us Oct. 23-30 at

3. S charge of morning worhip one's speech will be Mrs. Lillie Mae Bell ; 1456 Van Buren St.
--- Mr]
3rn .- which begins at 11 given. The clinic will Prayer Mrs. Geneive

o'clock. Other guest take cases of misarti- Crockett; Selection, 2

A Woodlawn Women's Day' participants will include culation, stuttering, New St. Jamee AME Choir; Prayer Classes TiErj Pi]

r Slated Mrs. Willie M. cerebral palsied speech, Announcements, Mrs. T.

r SundayThe Washington, Mrs. RuthD. cleft-palate speech, and L. Wilder; Duet, Mrs.E. Schedules GivenThe

Presbyterian women of Mt.: Moriah White from Zion Hope speech problems trace- H. Denmark and Mrs.A. P

AME Church will observe Baptist Church; Mrs. able to hard-of-hearing H. Williams; Reading, Ciidil

Church Notes their annual Women's Day Margaret Sutton and Mrs. conditions and deafness.The Mrs. Leona Jackson ; Unity Classes' 9.

Sunday beginning with the Lula Courtney, Bethel clinic is locatedin Selection New St. James sponsored essential

te Sunday School ax 9:30 Baptist Church; and Mrs. Room 212, Tucker Hall, Choir; Extension of Prayer and Bible study y'

"Keep Thy heart with a.m. with Mrs. Watty Mary Green, First Bap- 'r and is Mondays and Open Door; Offering classes are being held
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L .all diligence; for out Frazier ser ing as guest ti st Church Mrs. ., ..;::11 L''j: : ':'.LiI Wednesdays, 1:002:00p.m. Acknowledgement of Tueeday nights beginning
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of it are the issuesof superintendent Mrs. "Tressie Hagan of Shiloh Attends World Meet ; Wednesdays 11:00 visitorsLenreathaHogan at 8 o 'c lock and Sunday CklPt]

Life.' Clementine Brown as, Baptist Church, will be ------------------ a.m. -12:00 noon; Tuesdays I ; Financial re- afternoons starting at

'rl the Laura' St. Presbyterian sitant. guest soloist. Mrs. Dollie Ford i 3:00-4:00 p.m. ; ports-finance committee; 4:40 'clock at 1778 H

? ] Church at stateF.e'and M rs D. B. Thorpe The observance gets and Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. Observations-Mrs. Helen Spires--Avenue.-... ... -_. 1

Laura sts. has been will serve as pastor of underway during the Sun Prominent local church -12:00 noon.Gainesville. Hooks or proxy; Doxologyand v;
'''officially changed to the day and will conduct day School hour when Benediction.
and civic leader
Mrs.
'at jWoodlawn{ United Presby- the call to worship at Mrs. Essie Mae Simpson, Coed BiBe
Dollie Ford attendedthe
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; terian Church. We are 11 a.m. worship hour. program chairman, has Spiritual Church SENSIBLE
triennial international WJf
Mtasking that all communications Mrs. Louise Genwrightis arranged the following Wins "Mis FNI"ST.
conference of the Plans RecitalThe s
s hereafter be ad- morning speaker. She guest officers : Mrs. AUGUSTINEMiss
United Church Women of H
;'t dressed to Woodlawn United will be introduced by Walter Frazier, super- the world during the Thelma J. Mosley, a junior Deacon Board of the PAIN RELIEF 0

.f Presbyterian Church. State Mrs. C. S. Long Jr. Mrs.L. intendent; Miss Cynthia general session which from Gainesville became Sunshine Spiritual Church P!

}L and Laura, instead of M. Jonee is general Jones, secretary; Mrs. was held last week at 'Miss Florida Normal and will sponsor the Gospel cl1'J

(.C2 Laura St. Presbyterian chai man. Clementine Harris, reviewer Miami Beach.A Industrial Memorial Col- Crusaders in recital at '

I '.tI Church. The youth program will ; and Mrs. Carrie member of the organization lege' during a recent 8:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at the SENSIBLY r

c The church has been be presented at 3:30 p.m. Holloway Mrs. Mosie for the past campus election for this church 674 Florida Ave. *

carrying the name of with Miss Anita Carr Walden, Mrs. Rubenia Mother! Sarah E. Jones,
3 four year, Mrs. Ford purpose. PRICED J/
Laura St. Presbyterian presiding. The program Kirklin Mrs. Ernestine stated that the recent Miss Mosley won the title pastor and Jerry Pratt, 1

Ut0 t.: Church since 1875. a will be made up of young Denton, Mrs. Frances conference was one of over Miss Emma Ree chairman of the boardare OcEl

''total of 86 years. people. Remarks will be Edwards, Mrs. Arie Nor- the most inspiring seminars Jackson, a popular senior extending an invita-

t )l Rev. Franklin D. Wilson made by Mrs. Clara Jack- ton, Mrs. Louise Crumady, which she has ever from Pompano Beach Fla. tion to the public to attend o

l fr pastor, is still recuperating son, Mrs. Ali Thorpe and and Miss Irvlin Scott, attended.She Miss 'Florida Normal and the recital by the Jg !]

'I-' at home. 3066 Wood- Miss Thomasina Comer, teachers. noted the: large attendance Industrial Memorial Col- Crusaders.Mrs. <

U'. i lawn Road from a tonsil- supervisor. Speaker for the morning of delegateswho lege" of 1961-62 is a Jessie Mae Polke 0B'.

a lectomy. We are requesting Evening worship begins worship will be Mrs. represented both member of Delta Eta Chap- will be presented in a c1;

''lie;r all members and friends at 7 'clock with Mrs. Annette M. Espy, an out- najor and small countries ter of the Alpha Kappa recital in the Sunshine 1Tj

to pray for his speedy D. B. Thorpe, presiding. standing member of Cen- from, North and South Alpha Kappa A Spiritual Church Novem-

es;; return t'o good health and At the close of the tral Baptist Church. A America, Europe, Asia and Alpha Sorority; Associate ber 18 at 8:30 p.m. The Hitil

f ye_ the pulpit. program, remarks will be graduate of Florida A. Africa and also their editor of the yearbook recital is being spon- -THEY 11RE 4000' 3':'!
adt.
T. B. Hargrave, execu- made by the general and M. University and the colorful attire in staff, and a member of the sored by S. E. J. Club .

f'c tive secretary of James chairman, acting pastor University of Pennsylvania native dress.. Panhellenic Council and Mrs. Sadie Sutton, chairman .I.F / I h.P

Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA and the pastor Rev.D. ., Mrs. Espy is employed For the past '15 the Women' Senate. Mother Sarah E. PCf
,
years
;,lc 2 POWDERS 5* $12 POWDERS 25
B.
and Thorpe.
was inspirational
very by the Duval Mrs. Ford has presided Jones, pastor.
in _. o:
spoke brilliantly to the Board of Public Instruction -
et' Zeta Amicae'sMeet over the progressive
congregation on last Sun- as a testing
Missionary Society of
bn
1 w {iday. S. Olin Pearson did teacher.

s rcla commendable job in con Monday With Miss Jacqueline West Church.Union Shlc is Baptist also a now its Peps c'

'ducting the service.
The Zeta Amicae meets Johnson, presiding, the member of the Worship
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rQ j Sunday School will begin youth of the church will who-
Monday at 8 p.m. in Committee of the National for those
lJa thinkyoungc
9:30 a.m. Sunday with
1. tat present a program beginning Baptist Convention, r1
Lincoln Golf and Country
T. V. Huger in charge,
,cte( at 5:30 p.m. Inc. U. S. A. State t Today wire one a go as never a ,
the 11 a.m. service will Club with Mrs. Alma Glass, Other program partici- utlU

'begin promptly during its as hostess. pants will include: Institute, and Teacher'sCouncil serves in 1 LPepsi j rais the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean-tasting

.P- scheduled time with the Misses Edith Cody Anest At stores fountains "Pepsi
All members, are requested other various capacities lilt I ltlIIliiPepsi-Cola. say ,
estminister Choir and .
Mrs Schell Janice Sutton,
: IS to be present and in her church.
Rudyne Watson, organist, Janice Wesley, Delores
She also finds time for
serving, the rites. on time in-order to com-
Butler, Winnifred Riley
civic Interests suchas
:lyn. Prayer services are held plete plans for next Angeline Andrews and RuthW. the Council of Human please"'i

rne3each Wednesday starting. month annual fashiontea Baety. Remarks will
Relations is
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bt -t: 7.30. p.m. Guests are. which will be heldSunday. be given by acting board member of the

fired Always welcome. NOV. 26 atl lker'.s pastor and Mrs. Mary jax Chapter of the NAACP -

lied ', College Ninth and Myrtle Dennis. <. while still finding time !
Final
activities for .
Avenue. to direct the comfortsof @ '-
the day will close with '. _
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!iQns WHEN YOU ARE ILL- The program follows: Ford and their six-year '5 5;:, ;'

bf You Sk Tha B. D.rMe Invocation Mrs. Eliza oldon., George Franklin. -
}J1 Rich Perry; Scripture. :
\Vhta Yevr Doctor .P'tMliroti. r rij1C

on Gel Exp rkToFIll t..II. l yalaYllir3a lf1 Mrs. D. W. Bass; Instrumental f
1 solo. Miss Studying At F AMUTALLAHASSEEClara y )
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'IIIt' y Luetta Rollins of, pleas :
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1 OOMPUETZ, UWC OF reports. Mrs. Vetrice Hiss Clark is the

11'j. .. .... .:cDill. -... Williams, co chairmanand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r ti.3 w.

sQ C.l.fY1'OII J.IID a aa rs r marks Mrs. Mary John 'Wesley Clark Sr.'

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f e women of Mount Zion Baptist Church observed their annual Women's Day in graner the youth of Miami.

:, on Sunday. October 16. Mrs. .George W. Gore Jr. Florida A. and M. Uni- Tickets may be obtained

ersity's First Lady and an outstanding leader in religious circles was the dyaoic from Physical Ed. teachersat "- 1 ------

guest speaker who charmed her audience as she spoke on What Women Can Do a fee of $1.00 SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM---Members and some of the program principals of St. James AUE

] o Help The Church Save The World. Music for the occasion was rendered during Church's Women are shown with the pastor Rev. H. McNeal Harris, were photographed

,1 tie morning services by the Northwestern Senior High School Girls' Glee Club with The public is invitedto following close of morning program. Standing front row from left are: Mrs Ester ;

i Iss Cassandra Hanna as guest organist. Mrs. Maxie (Marguerite) Miller, presided, attend. Scott, Mrs. Rosetta Harris Rev.' Harris and Mrs. Willie H. Jamison Back row from

e ver the morning services and Mrs. James (Maude) Reid, introduced the speaker left: Mrs. Cleo S. Moore. Mrs. Rose Marie Anderson, Mrs. Lugusta Colston Mrs.

rs. J. Henry (Louvenia) Knox guided the day's activities both spiritually and FLORIDA Gloria B. Robinson, speaker; Mrs. Ethel Grice chairman; Mrs. Martha Nicholson,
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inancially. The evening services was culminated with a musical treat featuringrs. co chairman; Mrs. Martha Nicholson and Mrs. Juanita Mackey.

Mary Washington The Chordettes and Mrs. Willie (Dora) Wright accompanied _

1 Mt. Zion Women's choir. I United; In Brilliant!' Ceremony I I -iiI_ School News B

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS votional exercises the
is. Rebecca Miller Bowleg BROWNSVILLE OUTLOOKIf poem "If" was presentedin
; Corrine Laura) of Hart- In the Memorial Chapel
55 N. W. 5th Avenue, ford. Connecticut three a choral reading by a .
; of the 'funeral home.
neralized Oct. 7 at the past few weeksat group of students. Thena
brothers James Leo and Burial was in Lincoln
mple Baptist Church, William Dillard several Memorial Cemetery. Brownsville Junior period was devoted to
rial In Lincoln Memorialrk. played a series of music in the form of
neices and nephews, including EUGENE HOLLMAN of 16501N.
numbers. Among selec- listening to Beethoven's
{ Deacon Richard W. 19th Ct. died Oct.
ENDELL HARRIS 17025 S. tions presented Fifth Symphony and
were:
Powell of Mt. Tabor Bap 8th at the V. A. Hospitalin
;- 99th Ct. ., Pejrrine.7 tist Church. services were Coral Gables. A native < h Yr "Largo Theme, "Han several marches by John
ir old student "at R. R. held this sel and Gretel Overture Phillip Sousa. The pro-
past Thursday of Dublin, Ga. Mr. Hol-
ton Elementary Schooled '\ "Ero i ca Overture gram concluded .with a
at Mt. Tabor with the
man had lived in the Miami -
of injuries sustained and BrownsvilleRock song by the audience,
pastor Rev. Brown, of-
area for the past 30
en hit by a car. Ser- ficiating. Burial in the later a If You're Happy.
'' was years. Servicee were conducted -
at Mt. Mori ah Baptist ,Lincoln : ... new Rock and Roll Com-
'f.es Interment Memorial Cemetery. in the Memorial ... .. :'j position. The chorus directedby
Oct. 7. : .
MRS. ESTHER SHARPS of Chapel of the Funeral 'T8i-.:, Roscoe Speed, chose:
radise Memorial Gardens.S. .
794 N. W. 47th Street, home. He is survived by Fat her We Thank
MILDRED STEPHENS died Oct. 7th at Jackson his wife Mrs. Frances Duval Elementary "
Thee
1rrt "" f "Now Let All
1 N. W. 1st Ct. Ser- p 'J'::1 School
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mf Hospital. Mrs. Hollman, 2 sons, Leroy e. .. :'p-'... The Heavens Adore Thee. "
fees Oct. 9 at Greater Sharpe was a native Miami and Eugene jr. a brother. 1_ '. .'-''i' vr ..... !
'feel 4' s Third grade section one and" I Hear A VoiceA
AME Church. Inter- an and was a member of Oscar Middleton and 3 ., Y- :/fl; '
Il\f"\ 'presented their first 'Prayin "as their
lit Evergreen rl ...
: Cemetery. Greater Bethel AME Church I :
sisters, Mesdames Nancy r "--L assemply presentations for the
". program of the
CLIE FRED CANN DY, 10365 ) .
of this city. She is sur- -. .
I Kelly, Anna Sheppard and "
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The
year Friday.
'to'. -; program
ff. 152nd St. Richmond \ ..
vived '.
by a husband Rev.
Celicla King.THEODORE .; ; centered around the The assistant principalfor
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CARNEGAY of ,
: }- Indians and their administration
t. 9 with burial in _
an aunt Krs. Ceva Davis
5253 N. W. 24th place, 'j customs. Cheryl Hen- Fletcher A. Paschal
radise.jjLVIN .
2 uncles Harold and Cor-
died Oct. 9th at the
dricks acted as mistress II spoke to the parents on
HILL FOSTER nelius Hannah and 2 sis- -
Fla. East Coast Railroad
of and "Discipline and At-
a narratorof
i. ceremony
42 N. W. 5th Ct. Final '
ters. Services will be
(ites Oct. 15In Fitz- Hospital' in St. Augustine i .. the 'story. The class tendance. He pointedout
held this from
f Saturday Fla. Mr. Carnegay was a
: sang Indian The several aspects of
raid, Ga. Greater Bethel AME Church. native of Madison Fla. ::4CELEBRANTS: songs. the school's policieswith
t Us JR. 4427 N. gear and stage ddcorationsconsistingof-
WYCHH. .
Burial will be in Lincoln and had lived in Miami which parents should '
32nd Ave. Final rites
Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. for a o number of years. 4 have
totem poles made a closer acquain-
the
by
:U, 15 in Moultrie Ga.IND .
Sharpe is now in /
reposeat He is urvived by his tance.
also
class-cere colorful. The He emphasized -
WILLIAMS a deacon the funeral home.J. .. t
Clarice ; ,.
wife Mrs. Carne- the
importanceof
braves were promi-
lit. Olive Baptist f very
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D. of 1613N. _
BLACKMON
arch of So. Miami died gay, a son, Ernest, a nent with bows and parents keeping their
W. 55th
died
Terr.
't. 4th at Jackson Menial daughter Barbara Gene : One of the most brilliant matrimonial arrows and rifles. The children in school .,
} Hospital. Kr. Wila Oct. 11th at Jackson Memorial 2 brothers Tom and Rev.J. event's during Miami's early fall social season, was squaws held little regularly. "Any pro-

s, of 1237 N. f. 65th Hospital. Mr. J. Carnegay and a celebrated recently when Miss Gloria Philip, the papooses in their arms gress the school can
Blackmon Miami
rr.was a native of came to sister Mrs. Wilma Manney. daughter of Mrs. Bridget Philip, became the bride of and sang Indian lul- make in helping your
6 years ago from ClintonN.C. Services will be held Will Miller before attendance of relatives child obtain educa-
Her. Ga. and had 'lived He is survived his Howard a large labies to them. The class an
by
this Monday in St. Paul and friends in St. Paul Church tion depends
4 so. Miami for the past AME Rev. F. C. is taught by Mrs. greatly on
wife Mrs. Leona Blackmon. AME Church with the officiated. bride in his continued
years. Services will be pastor Kelly, The was given marriageby Juanita C. Jones. presence

this Saturday at 4: 30 2 daughters Sharon and Rev. M. J. Fayson. Nelson Adams, principal of Dunbar. Miss Daphne Duval PTA Meets in school. stressed
Margie, 4 brothers and
in Mt. Olive Baptist 4 sisters. Services ,will officiating. Burial will Philip, her sister, was maid of honor, Mrs. Miller isa The Duval Elementary Paschal.

ch, with the pastor be conducted this Sundayin be in Lincoln Memorial member of Edward Waters College's Class of 1957. School PTA meeting will The assistant principalfor

{ficlating. Burial will Clinton C. Friends Cemetery Friends may Mr. Miller is a graduate of Paine COllege Augusta Ga. be Tuesday night. The guidance Mrs. Ruby .

in paradise Memorial desiring to N.send cards or call at the 'funeral They are both employed in the Dade School system. president is asking all B. Gibson, gave parents
home after .
2:00 p.m. Sun- information
regarding
iietery. The remains are committee chairmen and
messages may send them to day.
1w in repose at the Robinson Funeral Home Police.Reports I members to meet guidance services. She
called attention
i irch.E Clinton N. C. 7 p.m. The PTA meeting to daily

'tEN: DIKES, of 2114 N. W.jth MRS. LUCY LARKINS of JOE BRIKFIELD. of 936N. JAMES BELL, drunk $25 or 6 days.HEJBERT begins at 7:30. The program problems and encountered to ,

St. died Oct. 4th 6508 N. W. 14th Ct. died W. Third Ave. Apt. or 10 days. HANNA. drunk.$25 for the evening suggested parents

:,jackson Memorial Hospi- Oct. 11th at Jackson. MemorIal 9. died Oct. 5 .at his ALBERT BRADLEY drunk $25o or 10 days. will be presented by help.what they might do to

1. Services were con-, Hospital. Mrs. home. Services were held r 10 days. JAMES E. HUDSON drunk. third gradesection one
cted this past Thursday Wednesday Oct. 11 from and the sixth grade.
Larkins was a member of. EDDIE R. BROWN, disturbance $25 or 10 days. Mall t
Wlaker's with the chapel of Richardson Send or
03 Temple Greater Bethel AMR Church profanity resisting Sixth Grade Section II
I FREDDIE JEHISON. drunk
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rial inlEvergreen Me- Funeral Home. Mr. Brim- Sixth Grade, section Your
of this city, and had. arrest: $25 or and disturbing the
peace. To
rial Cemetery. lived in Miami for a field leaves to mourn: 10 days. $25 or 10 days. twohad charge of assembly Mondays
MS YEARBY of 2356 H.I. Mrs. Rosetta Brimfleld. Friday. The pro- FLORIDA STAB
number of years, coming JOHN A. BROWN sleeping VENCION JONES
sleepingon
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th\ St. died Oct. 6th in widow, and many relativesand was divided into 5900 N. W. 23rd Avenue
\ here from Quitman, Ga. on public property private property. (Bar). gram
:lyn, N. J. A native of She is survived by a friends. IntermentIn (Bar) $35 or 14 days. $15 or 6 days. three parts. After de- NE 3-2175

rney Ga. Mr. Tearby .brother, fill **a Frazier Evergreen Cemetery. LENTON BUTTS, drunk and

lived in Miami for the and 4 sisters Mesdames MRS. CLARA GLOVER, of disturbing peace $15 JAMES JOSEF, assault with. New! P-1A Prexy Is Welcomed I

st 8 years. He is surfed Lyla Peterson Minnie McDonald 936 N. f. Third Ave. or 6 days.CLEMMIE ... 25 calibre automatic, t _
by his wife. Mrs. died Oct. 4 at Douglas
CARTER petty
Cora fyche and $10 or 4 days. _
lie Mae Tearby. 6 sons, Road Clinic In Coconut
Juanita fyche. Arrangements larceny (hub caps),, MARVIN KEY trespassing s M
daughters, his other, Grove. Mrs. Glover's remains ;;
in charge of the $50 or 20days.WINSTON $50 or 20 days. _
i. Willie Causby., a sls- were shipped to drunk
Funeral CLARK ,
Range Home are JOHN SINGLETON, assault
t, Mrs. Endrla Hobley, Douglas Ga.. for Inter
incomplete at this time. 20 days. and battery with hands _
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2 brothers, R. C. and BABY BOY FLUELLEN of ment. She Is survived by: DAN CONNER carryingcon-' and feet 30 days.

I Inneth Tearby. Services 2310 N. W. 153rd St. Prentice Glover husband, cealed weapon, (knife) EUGENE TAILOR sleepingon r .-
U be held this Sat. at* seven children and a
died Oct. 5th at Jackson $25 or 10 days. private property (Bar -r
,ion in New Mt. Calvary Memorial Hospital. He host of relatives and JESSIE COYINGTON. drunk
Stool):, $25 or 10 days.
,ptist Church, Rev. Tar- was the son of Mr. and friends. and causing disturbance r *, 1

ty, pastor. Burial will Mrs. S. W. Plnellen. $25 or 10 days. SAMUEL 'THOMPSON JR. as-

fin Lincoln Memorial Graveside services were EDWARD DARDEN, carrying ,, sault and battery with JI'1

aeterj. Mr. Tearby Is conducted In Lincoln Memorial PRANK FORD, of 240 N. W. concealed weapon, (butcher 'hands, bicycle, knife,

? In repbse at the funerhome. Cemetery. 21st St. died Oct. 11atVeterans knife), $35 or 14 days.. malicious .isc ief.'''11 ,

H ANTHONY CHARLIE HENDERsoN, Administration WILLIE DRATTON. Ijetty or 30 days. r c.

[ LEAN DILLARD of 1761 Of 2315 N. W. 60th St. Hospital.. His remains larceny, (hub caps), $50. ,,' 'ROTH' LEE BURTON drunk, 1

I, 62nd St. died Oct. died Oct. 7th at Magnolia were shipped to or 20 days.HERBERT $25 or 10 days.

at Jackson Kemorial Hospital. He had lived In Freeman Mortuary Pompano DDHART. carrying ELXORA COOKS, -drunk $25 -

pital. A pioneer Mia Miami for a number of Pla. .. Friday Oct. concealed weapon, (knife)', or 10 da1s.PBANIIE ...._- -
4, Mr. Dillard came. years coming here from 20. He Is survived bj: $25 or 10 days. ASKEN. disturbance

Miami in 1898. He is Unedilla, Ga. He is survived Willie Ford, brother LEON PELTON, drunk, and $25 or 10 days. NEW GOALS: Doraej Junior High School's Principal

TSd by three sisters,* by his wife, Mrs.L..B. Mrs. Palma Lee Carry, causing disturbance $25 LILLIAN IfCELfE, disturbance E. K. Lockhart, (right) greets the school's newly

Josephine Powell ofI Henderson, a'brother sister, and numerous or 10 days. $25 or 10 days. elected PTA president, Willie Scott. New goals'for .

Mrs. Lucille john- James and other relatives. other relatives and EDDIE GAINER assault and 'BLNORA COMMODORE, disturbance the current school year were discussed and a successful ...'

of Tampa, and Mrs: :..Services. were. held. Friday i fri nda. battery with hammer, $15 I : $35'or. 14 days. ; program is envisioned. ;


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_ SHADY GROVE P. B. CHURCHRev. BUSINESSDIRECTORY'

J. Gainous, pastor ty s

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Gainesville The pastor, deasons ana members of e f I The Firms Listed Below and Throughout This Publication Are RecommendedAs

Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church'herebY give grate-

ful expressions for your contributions and help in the Reputable Establishments Specializing In Services And Products.

church's 49th anniversary and the 6th of its pastor.

Your warm friendship and hearty cooperation did a bt
toward making the occasion a real success. Again we AUTO SERVICE HOTELS MOTELS ROOMS

thank yon. ..
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We also wish to thank Lincoln in News
Mrs. Gussie Ross, Pianist HOUGABOOK AUTO SERVICE FIESTA MOTEL

for her efficient service Eiglith grade section
We Cater To Discriminating Clientele
and the Garden Club for three elected its officers GENERAL AUTO REPAIR' .

the beautiful floral ar- last week; The Motor Tune-Up,. Generator, Starter and REASONABLE RATES-DAY, WEEK or MONTHAll

rangements. officers are: Wilbur Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V
Carburetor Service
Prayer meetings are held Jackson, president; No Extra Cost
every Tuesday nifht at I Betty Barton vice pres- J. W. HOUGABOOK, Mechanic

8 p.m. The Primitive ident: Geraldine Noble, 1361 Kings Road EL 43658Jack's PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS

Baptist's fifth Sunday Treasurer; Carl Russell, ; r I 254 Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 5-0938

program will feature the reporter; Annette Green I
meeting of the ministers is assistant reporter; Body & .Repair Shop

deacons laymen and Wo- Shirley Mitchell, ser- Fender Work Glass 1 I Hue Chip& Charlie Ed. Hotels

men's auxiliary at Mt. geant at arms. Installed
Olive P.B. Church Oct. 26- The candidates for Miss Auto Painting Seat Covers 12 BROAD ST. 635% W. ASHLEYEL

29. Revs. j. R. Qainous Junior High School are 4-9493 EL 4-9105

and H. Kinsey presidents Geraldine Noble. Leola .. Upholstery

invites all to attend. Marion and Annette Tate. r. 3426 Moncrief Rd. EL 6-9356

JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE
of this
The sponsor .
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Present Program ,..... FUEL OILS
class is Mrs. BerniceM. -
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ALL MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms
The United Church Women Dukes d-
presented a program recently Tenth grade section one ',..'.,. BYRD & SONS by Day, Night or Week

in the Interestof organized last week _.' FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICEWE 27 West Ashley St. EL 5-4025
Goode is presi- ,
Rcna Mae -- --
program the joint of the anniversary church and dent; Leroy Cobb. vice 'MEMBERS of the National Urban League executive board. SELL ALL MAKES OF OIL and GAS .

pastor. The president; and Catherine. Dr. Jerome H. Holland (left), president of Hampton HEATERSWe
progrta BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS
Maxwell secretary. Institute, and Ramon S. Scruggs. Detroit, Mich. Also Clean and Repair

The Program follows: Ill Faculty Members (center) chat with Whitney M. Young. JLr. .newly SPECIAL-Magic Chef'Gas Range-$129.95 & up

Mrs. Inez C. Noble is elected National Urban League director following the (Terms) TOBY'S BEAUTY PARLOR

Selection by host church still in Alachua General 19th annual convocation exercises which formally FILL TANKS NOW and AVOID THE RUSH
Hospital. The faculty marked the opening of the college's 94th academicyear. Specializing In Styling
choir welcome, Mrs.
; 6334 Restlawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7
sponsored a card shower Delivering his first major speech since assuming -
Vassie Campbell, ; address :CUTTING, PERMANENTS and SCALP TREATMENTMrs.
Miss Glorida Jean MC- for Mrs. Noble. The PTA his new position Ur. Young 'g vethe convoca-

Knight; theme, "Oh God, is going to furnish a tion address before faculty and members of the INDEPENDENT OIL CO. Tobitha Taylor, Prop.

How can such Things be?; television set for Mrs. class in formal academic garb and members of the KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY 615 Davis Street EL 4-9812
Noble's use for one week. undergraduate student body.Hampton.
many helpful thoughts
were gleaned fry the Robert Jones is ill in ( Public Relations Photo) Mechanic On Duty I
Tallahassee. He spent STYLIST BEAUTY SALONHAIR
message. JAMES FAULKNER, Mechanic '. II
Solo, Mrs. irne Holmes some time in the hos- STYLING SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING
: IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor -
offering Mrs. Elzor.a pital. He has been home '1jl.f
two weeks. f State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432 : 1346 DAVIS EL 4.9911
Gill and Mrs. Agnes Bell:.
offertory prayer. Pastor principal 0. W. Nealy. Mrs. Christine Brown
faculty and students of FUNERAL HOMES
Gainous. Selection, choir; r
response Mrs. A. Dell; Lincoln High School hope SPORTS CORNER RESTAURANTS FOODSBubba's
that these teachers will .1'n 11 Andrew J. Huff
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remarks pastor.Mrs. soon be well again and ___ Funeral Home
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Elzora Gill presi- 1
dent: Mrs. Pearl Hurst on the job. By C. PARHAM JOHNSON 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Coffee Shop
FootballThe
program chairman; Mrs. S. School Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. HOME COOKED FOODS
Lincoln High
C. price mistress of FOOTBALL FANS IN THE JACKSONVILLE area had a mighty
ceremonies and Mrs. F. Q. Teriers are on' the road tine opportunity to see the results of labors by. 1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689 Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop.

8 Shannon sponsor. this weqk. The Terriers Jack McClairen, the new head.mentor of the Bethune-. OPEN 24 HOURS
go to Palatka Friday Cookman Wildcats in the gaae with Benedict in the Carter's Funeral Home

Party Honoree night to play Central Gator Bowl last Saturday night. The fans had an opportunity 617 West Ashley Street ... EL 4-9701

Academy. The Terrier to see the Wildcats come from behind in 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Mrs. Beatrice Williamsof are still looking win of for the what looked like a losing battle to win. Even in Sammie L. Davis, L.F.D., Manager Bertha's Bar-B-Q & Restaurant
927 NE 19th St. spon- their firt the first year of collegiate coaching McClairen
sored a surprise birthday year. We hope the boys looks good. 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4-0546 SOUTHERN HOME COOKING

party in her home for will bring this one back COACH BELL AT EDWARD WATERS is making the Tigers STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS
Mrs. Carrie borne safely wrapped and for honors. GROCERIES
Kinsey. look like real contenders championship 824 W. Beaver EL 4-9583
Many beautiful musical tied. Support your The team thus far has won four straight games and -

selections were renderedand Terriers even in defeat. the way matters look, they have no intention of JENNINGS MARKET IVORY'S BARBECUE
the honoree was the The girls are work1ghard giving up at this point. The Tigers have taken the

recipient of many lovely to win the titleof scalps of Fort Valley State Albany State Savannah Groceries and Meats & RESTAURANT
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School and Miss Terrier Fancy Citrus Boxes STEAKS, CHOPS, CHICKEN, SEAFOODS
tor H. Kinsey also received "Bring them on, we'll take them as they come.

many useful gifts. i the Senior High Good luck Coach Bell keep up the good work. Bonded and Licensed Shippers 702*W. Ashley EL 4914JMOM'S

A sumptuous dinner was fie&ppl. FREDDY HUTCHINSONMANAGER of the pennant winning ,- 1 : <

served and a social inter- Miss Homecoming will Cincinnati'Reds, a former pitcher with the Detroit 1767 Kings Rd. .EL 5-427Q KITCHENHOME
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Those present were: popular Homecoming vote, Year" award. He did a masterful job in building a DRUG STORE COOKED MEALS SERVED .,.. .
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I Wildcats Outclass Tigers 25-19 In Last Moments I





Wildcats Take To Airway Sugar's Again Saturday'sFootball

'Nats' SeekPlaying
: ScoresBethuneCookman
,
Come-Back ; After Title
For Thrilling Win
Ban 25. .
Benedict 19
DETROIT---Former five-
: Florida A. and ..
M. 56.
.. On BarnettCLEVELAND -:: times world's middle-
Morris Brown 0
weight champion Ray
dy Alyson E. Wise Morgan State 20. .
Dick (Skull) Robinson, fresh from a Howard 0Southern

Unable to penetrate the enemy's defenses for'nearly Barnett, towering former :, split decision win over 27. .
Tenn. Willie Greaves here
three periods and trailing by 19-points during that State A&T forward- Arkansas A. and M. 8
center, was issued recently, stated his
\ time, a never-say-die-spirited band of Wildcats from a summons Central State 40. .
from a deputy as he stepped one ambition is to once
l neighboring Bethune-Cookman College, sparked by their- Kentucky State 0
from the showers again wear the cham- I
great freshman aeerialist Bobby Frazier. came to life I following a belt. Miles 27..Claflin 8

.in\ the final four-minutes of the game to stun the practice session here re- pion's Jackson State 28. .
cently. The 41-year old ring-
doughty Benedict College Tigers with a narrow 25-19 Alcorn A. and M. 20
Barnett was served with ster who exploits once
;defeat. the Bluefield 72 .
ML restraining order by the won him the acclaim as .Livingstone 26
-
ijoing into last Saturday Carolinians' machine con- Syracuse Nationals of the K the" world's greatest Texas Southern 52. ...
tinued to dominate the play National Basketball League ;,. pound for pound"fighter
Colleee 14
Texas
light's gridfest in the
[ ,
he has
says no
Fennell who are attempting to stop Sv
during the quarter.
[later Bowl Bethune had been
preference as to hisnext
tossed a 55-yarder to Pool Barnett from ,playing with
ted a slight favorite dueo
who scampered to the Cats' the newly organized Cleveland opponent. TOOTHACHEDon't
: their previous week's8 "It's the title I want
17. With Fields and Davis Pipers of the newly formed ,' ,.. r11ri'p suffer needlessly Get speedy relief .
upset over the powerful .i-- t ,
American Basketball : : back. Sugar Ray stated. from throbbing pain of toothachewith
League. t .
the
the mail Tigers
Morris Brown Wolverines oftlanta. carrying advanced to BC's, 6 with Attorneys for the Clevelandteam _...' ,. He is anxious to meet goes fast in seconds.acting ORA Guaranteed UL Pain d/f!+g
\ The week before either NBA Champion Gene or money back All drug stores '--o
Dailey going over for the now coached by former AL WISE and Roy Gardner (1 to r), co-managers, are IARFNT1iWatch
[Morris Brown had gained TD. Fennell place kickedthe Tennessee Coach Johnny Mc- shown bidding bon voyage" to their fighter. Fullmer or Brittain's

restige by: upsetting mighty extra points. Clendon, feel that the Nats State Welterweight Champ Johnny Smith, and Clive Terry Downs who holds
"enn. A&I of Nashville.The the Massachusetts, New
have little chance
of win- Spilstead of the "People to Peoples" sports move-
Benedict 19 Bethune 6
setto York and European versionof
: Wildcats-Tigers
ning their since Zea-
case Barnett ment. Smith and Spilstead were enroute to New
jot off: to a slow first with, 10:10 remaining in the who the middleweightcrown.
played, with Syracuse for land where the classy ,battler will see action in a This down
,period with neither team final canto. Cats' tackle two seasons, didh't sign i series of matches. 69-40-38
:eing able to garner pay- Pat Sanders recovered a 1961-62 contract. 77

liirt.: Tiger fumble on the visitor's 347-88-215

,However with 7:15 minutes 4. After a brace of line Liston Cleared

(left in the mid-quarter the plays failed to bring any Robinson Says Poref Regains ., 4

[.Tigers signal barker Robert gains Bobby Frazier slipped Did Most Of ChargesPHILADELPHIAHeavy 9 6
*ennell hit halfback Tommy into the pocket and hit Rickey World Title r 8 .4

flnson on BC's 29. Winson Davis for the TD. The extra For Negro CauseHis I

lurried to the Daytonian's point try was NG. I I weight challenger Sonny
NEW YORK---In re-
L8. Then Wendell Daley<< Liston last week was un.ronc. f ow s.l.eF. 26-16-34
world's
Benedict 19 Bethune 12 gaining the
lunged to the Tigers' 2 and Boss Differs cleared on June 12 .. Old Epray till,borrton, Ira
welterweight two weeks
'ennell plunged through charges tthat. he turned
from Emile Griffith, Can you afford to play the
enter for the game's first Bethune seemingly was begin- NEW YORK In the current off his auto lights to ago Sometimes he's in
Cuba's Benny (Kid ) stock market? Maybe. But first
Sometimes
he's
extra of Readers Digest, avoid identification and downHe
l ally. The point issue
ning to reach its pre-game Paret won the nod from accept the possibility of loss. Then adds subtracts
attempt from the ground faild. prestige. Frazier again Jackie Robinson writes, e- arrest in FairmountPark two judges but has accumulate basic savings some ,
Benedict 6. Bethune 0. Branch Rickey-did more for here. He works it all around
dropped into the slot with yet to gain recognitionfrom cash and government bonds for
The contest sewsawed with 7:12 remaining and hit Wil- the Negroes than any other During the hearing before sports writers and ordinary needs and emergencies.Also .
COMING ATTRACTIONS
neither team being able to white man since Abraham Judge Josepl E.
bert Jones with a 34yarderfor other figures who are be certain to provide fundamental -
probe one another's inner a TD. The run for extra Lincoln." Gold in Quarter Ses- still wondering how it health and life insurance 192 17 30 .-01
efenses, and with 3:54 points agained failed. But in his memo to 1,300 sions court, the state's m protections for both yourself and -
was nee
kinutes remaining Tommy Chock Full OT Nuts employees, chief witness, Mrs. ,De- jour family
Benedict 19 Bethune 18 Twenty-two writers
I'lnson: raced around his own William Black, Jackie's, lores Ellis, 29, testified -
polled after the fight
jrightend from BC s 36 to the supervisor and chairmanof that her car was

-yard line. Fullback Wendell The reality that Bethunewas the restaurant chain halted by ,Liston and a showed Griffith 18 with favoring the remaining You Don't Hove to Go to Town to Get

Ley plowed over left guard about to lose this big states, '1 honestly believe companion in the park. four voting for

1 br the score. Fennel place one seeming permeated among that Jackie did more for She further stated that
Paret as the winner.
[tick was blocked by BC's the audience which seemed the Negroes than any other Liston car drove up Referee Al Berl voted LOW PRICESOn

hard, Peter Fields. overwhelmingly in support of man-white or Negro-since behind hers and she hearda for Griffith 8-6-1 ;
Benedict 12 Bethune 0 Abraham Lincoln." voice say, "Come
the Daytonians. A pass interference Judge Artie Aidala, Your
The half ended shortly after was charged against back here please. "
Paret, 9-6 and Judge
v visitors, leaving the ball in FAMU'Physical She stated she hesitated Tony Costellano ,
and Park Guard John War- DRUG STORE NEEDS
? Come To Life the Cats' possession on the Paret, 861.Remains.
Tigers' 3. Gallant Bobby Education Head burton arrived on the

Evidently Coach Cy Mc- Frazier, pursued out of the sc tie.Liston's.
OnBoard Trade With Your Store
Neighborhood Drug
his charges the On Top Board
jUairen gave slot by several Tigers, defense companion -
[fire and brimstone routine Isaiah Cooper
.during the midway rest period and deftly arced eluded a beautiful the enemy 48- Tookes WASHINGTON associate- Hansel professorof E disclosed he thought he NAIA We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

.tich resulted in the Wild- yarder to King Davis who Physical Education and knew Mrs. Ellis and that HAYS, Kansas---Pete Your Local PapersWOOD'S

hats cashing in on their swiveled around one lone director of intramurals, was the reason given for Griffin, head track

:anto, the Cats blocked and Tiger and trotted into the Florida A&M University, has Liston's car stoppingnear coach at Florida A. andM.

[recovered a Tiger punt on end zone. The pass extra been appointed to the Scho- hers. University, was recently DIXIE PHARMACY
kheir own '32. Frazfer tossed points try, NG. larship Program Committee of Rev. (Father) Edward appointed to his

|i, 32 yard pass to End Jerry the American Association for Murphy of Denver, Colo., second term on the 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE

jUmnons for their initial Bethune 25 Benedict 19BETHUNE Health-Physical Recreation.The who is teaching Listonto National Association of PHONES EL 35597.98

{core. The extra-point pass read and write was Intercollegiate Athletics W. DVtf W. Alt* fill All Doctors' /Vescr/ption
... 0 0 6 1925 appointment was made one of the fighter'smain
'ailed. known by Dr. Arthur Track and Cross Country PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE
.Benedict 12 Bethune 6 character witnesses. ,
: BENEDICT..O 12 7 019 Daniels, president of the Committee. The track
Atty. Morton Witkins, association made the BILLS AT OUR STORE
AAHPER which is a departmentof
Meanwhile, the South '
: List n's attorney, said appointment.
the National Education
he was immediately goingto
Association.Coach petition the Penn- --
Tookes attended President -
sylvania Stae Boxing
John Kennedy's con-
Commission to restore
ference on physical fitness
here last spring. He is alsoa Li ston's fighter's COMING SOON-COMING SOON- COMING SOONThe

i FOR 10 YEARS member of the Florida Committee license which was
mexcelled on Coordination and suspended in the state Fabulous New

1 a Implementation of the Track following Sonny's arrest.

9 t and Field Project which is Sifford Places CONTINENTALBOWLING
IN RELIEVING spmsored by the physical

SKIN IRRITATIONSCan I fitness He attended program.a meeting last In The MoneyIn ,. .

any so-called "modem" preparationdo I Zl l week in Daytona as consultantfor Cal. Open
better than this? Tetterine relieves ex- \ the Florida State Teacher I
) ternal skin irritations almost immediately. '
Equally effective for athlete's foot, harm- Association program on B0CERSFIELD, Calif. -- Top
less insect bites scabies eczema, or sur- physical fitness along with Negro golfer Charlie Sifford .
face rash. Get Tetterine from your druggist Dr. 0. A. Moore and Henry fired a 285points total in
or send 75 cents to Shuptrine Company .
W. Warner of A&M.Clemenfe
t ,r Savannah, Georgia. the $25.000 Bakersfield Open
Golf tourney here last week I LANES 1

TETTERINELEARN Cops to finish nine strokes be- ;
hind winner Jack Fleck.

Sifford collected $2.500 anda

: Batting Crown year s royalty to a Bakers-*, 3118 Edgewood Ave.

field oil well and defeating
SCHEDULED OPENING EARLY NOVEMBER
; Bob Rosburg in a sudden- ,
: # f f CHICAGO. ILL. -- Roberto death playoff. The two had NOW ACCEPTING LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP

Clemente, the scrappy Pittsburgh finished the regulation 72

Pirate rightfielder who holes with identical 276
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I r .plate to opposing pitchers, Charlie also \received'$370 Teams may apply I for LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPSYour

': dominated the National for finishing among the leaders group ((20 persons or more) can reserve permanent

League's batters this year being one of the several league time now but you must apply early as PRIME LEAGUE TIMES

x -0 S : by winding: up .the season witha times he has done so within ARE GOING FAST.
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