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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 1, 1960
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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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:
UF00028362:00579

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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 1, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00579

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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PROTEST IN REVERSE-This week, white pickets, as shown abovestarted r 8T/I/I'

demonstrating aga Whitehead's Barber Shop at 710 Main Street,

which is colored owned and operated for white clientele The demon-

strators say, "Whites Should Patronize Whites Only". Unlike the case ______
of Negro pickets who were subjected to attacks by white's, last August

27, the white demonstrators were not molested. i ro-xo.. 37 And NEWS Saturday, October 1,1960Jacksonville 9Florida 15 Cents

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State NAACP Pres Miami Church Integration




In Seeks Jaxon More Protests Action Sought By Wesley White Foundation-Methodist ChurchmenMIAMIThe Youthof ![ Negroes Not Registered



I Miami University recently called for the .

Speaking before a end of segregation in all local area "churches,

crowd o f more than a statement released by organization recently '


1,000 porters members enthusiastic, Sunday and sup-h NAACP e- disclosed.Student president of [ Labeled! As "Traitors"Communist


Her. Mr. A. Leon Lowry the group William derationan affiliateof .

president of the Forsyth stated, In the National Coun-. : -

Florida State Confe- asking our churches to cil of Churches. Friendly Acts "Tnatior"
A
rence of NAACP Branc- end segregation, we Don'tBe

hes support, called of the"Selective for strcng- are only to calling the estab-attention ShuttleworthsSue Scored By NAACP Leader Register, Be A Voter

lished positionof our

recently B ertsTt put into program effect church and seeking to For RightsBIRHINGHAHAlaMiss CHARLESTONS.C.-Russian Premier 'Khrushchev's A year agoCongressman Charles C. Diggsspeaking -

by the Jackson- bring local practice f Harlem meeting with Cuban Premier Castro was Jacksonville called Negroes who failed"blackJudases" to
and become qualified to vote,
in line with thechurch's register
ville NAACP Youth termed as an'attempt to make i t appear that the
Patricia A. Shuttles- and pointed out that they are
statement of
Council. that "Negroes of America are friendly t o the
belief." worth,17,who recently communist biggest "traitors" to the Negro effort for
At a meeting held in conspirators.
refused ride .
The foundation'sstatement to segre- advancement.In .
Bethel Institutional in an address
gated on a Greyhound prepa- there about 10,000 Negrotraitors
are
Baptist Church, Rev. in referr- : red for delivery today 200 La. Negroes Jacksonville
bushas filed suit to walking around in the form of .10,000
the
ing to Congress '
Lowry told a cheering before the North Carolina
force Binningham air- colored citizens who have not registered t o
of Racial Equality's"knellin"
audience that they State Conferenceof Stage Kneel Out
visits to port limousines t o NAACP ,BranchesGloster vote or kept their registration valid.
"Must combine forces, -
white churches said take Negro passengers. Jaxons who saw one-sided justice and one-sided:
.
talents,energies and l B. Current, n a- New Orleans.La.About
finances to whip cannon -, "It is our be lief Miss Shuttlesworthsued tional director of NA- 200 hymn-singing Negroes police protection during the recent racial out-
through her father that when the Negro
realize only
enemy-racial e that all persons regardless ACP branches,said "Ne staged *a mass bursts should
the Rev.Fred L., by virtue of voting -.
is politically strong
of race who truly
disc i- groes are not fooled meeting o n a sun
gregationand J>hut ties. worth,'- .who ." ._. willNegroes, be able to' stop having
seekingto power
are sincerely ;by-the con h st." drenched playground
mination. worship should be file\( a suit at the Mr. Current.added outside the city: jail. their rights trampled: on..That; only throughour

The meeting was the allowed to do so. same time to open air- that Inside the jail 'was political strength will we be able .to get
"Negroes
are
fifth in a series o f facilitiesto ; officials who deny Negroes
port eating of office those
.4" held The Unive rsi t yfs known to be kind and James T. McCain, CORE out
meetings
Sunday Negroes. Defendant their rights..of police protection..of
director and
foundation Field Secretary
,
by the NAACP Yo u t h in Mr.Shuttlesworth'ssuit gentle long suffe- recreational facilities...of libraries..ofcivil
Allan Hurry s aid' two other demonstrators. -
J.
ring and,
patient.Theybear
Council t o acquaintthe is Dobbs House, service jobs..and all the things to
release been
the that the press no malice toward The"had
with
public which the entitled as citizens.
aboutas operates arrested while pick- which Negroes are
statement came democracy 'enemieswhether -
program to end racial the result of the airport restaurant. they* are the eting for fair employment There are only 8 more days left to registerso
segregation and dis- in the importantNov.
Miss Shuttlesworthsaid as to be eligible to vote
c first series of ten enemies of racial policies.
crimination in Jacksonville progress in the
she was refused 8 election. The books are open
"The Mission had
studies on such as They requested
a ride in the airport governors Courthouse daily from 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m
County
Church in to attend
the
of .: Davis of La. permission
;
at the ear- until Oct. 8.
Speakers
limousine after her Monday through Saturday,
C the daily,
the Academic omm u Barnett of MissPat church services in
lier programs were arrival at the airporton On Oct. 4 and 6 the registration office willbe
nd been
nity. The s e co terson of AlaJVandiver prison.This had
Earl M.John-
Attorney Sept. 16 with her between 6 and 9 p.m.
open
session started last of Gaor Hollinsof denied them. So the
sonRobert KSaunders, I attorney, Len Holt of church Don't be a "traitor" Get registered
NAACP Field Sunday. S.C."Nor community brought -
Secretary NorfolkVa. They
were
I The statement Burry to the jail.
d o they bear
and Mrs.Ruby HurleyS. on the way from At- POLICE REPORTS
E Regional Secretaryfor said, is in keeping lantaGa. to GadsdenAla. personal enmity t o Twenty-five Minis- Youth Council _
,
with a similar one the foes of freedom, ters took turns read- was
NAACP. where she was A 40-year-old
drafted by the National such .a s Khrushchevand ing from the Biblepr- Mass Meeting
RevLowry also found guilty of delin-
gave in the left
stabbed
Student Christian FeDr. Castro."Mr. Cur- eaching a n reading
word that the Florida for defying
quency hymns during the or- Sunday Oct. 2 arm with a broken beer
rent
State Conference world segregation on t he pointed out that ,
during an argument -
support the efforts of f. E. Williams i Greyhound.This verdictis .the two foreign lea- derly,45 meeting.There-minute prayer were- bottle with his wife,

ders are Merely using -
being'appealed.
Jacksonville Negro
the color no arrests in spite ofa last MDiay at Expressway -
Citizens torthe e x- Returns From ques-
tent of Her suit and that of tion to impugn demo- ban o -n demonstrations and Adams Street
implementingthe
protest inn other Study In Scotland l her father against I cracy in the eyes of by.New Orleans police reports indi-

communities. Dobbs charge that denial the world. Mayor de Lesseps S. cated.

{ of riding and lfThey are attemping Morrison."We Investigating officers
He outas
pointed an and
r with them as. said the victim
are
f eating facilities is to call attention to
example o communitycooperationthe formation in violation of their I the plight of Negroesin God is with them,none suspect,Miss Geraldine

clergyman said. "We Johnsonwhom he calls
under
rights the U.S. northern communities -
of a bi-racial 1 wife into anargunent
Constitution and where housing is "pray for deliverance his got
committee i n Tampa and she
specifically the .14th at a premium.That is. said anot.her.Twelve t
and the peaceful de- CORE members stabbed George David
of Amendment. Each suit why we continue t o" .
segratation eigh- r with the broken -
out to Ameri- and five members o f J Walton
teen stores there seeks $33,000 in compensatory point
beer bottle.
Consumers
the
League
that the
punitive cans denyingof :
Rodney Hurst, NAACP damages.Mr. civil rights i n have been arrested for Rev. J. S. Johnson Victim was taken t6

youth council presi- ; protesting discrimination will be main speaker Duval Medical Center
Shuttlesworth was our nationandespe-
dent gave a progress in New Orleans during Sunday the for treatment and on
during regular -
cially in the South
joined in his suit by ,
report on the protest I the past two weekly mass being released was put .
harms our nation
three other leaders of
against segregationand Dr. I. E. Williams, the Alabama Christian abroad. Twothirdsof weeks. Rudy Lombard, meeting of Jackson- in jail for fighting.
discrimina t i on i of New Orleans ville's NAACP Youth Both parties were ar-
prominent local physician the world is chairman -
Movement for Human Rights co-
and read names cf per the CORE remains in Council scheduled for rested.Th couple live
returns to lored.
,
"Many
new
of which he is nations
sons seen, shopping in 3:30 at 1203 W. Monroe St.
City Monday; aft e rhaving' I president. The others are being admitted jail. p.m. at Central
Mack
the down town area Patrolmen F.
Baptist Church Broad
un de r gone i to the United ,
the Rev. Charles
during the past. week are Negro Deputy and Third Sts. and M.Newsom investi-
of special- ,
rs
a cou e Billups the Rev.L.J. Nations.. They form a -
He also introduced ,
The gated.
Rev. -Lowry. Miss Marjorie ized study at the Rogers and;James Arm powerful voting bloc .Cleared In is invited.in general. public # *
University of E nburg .
i strong.Mr. in that organization
Weeksy o u t h
council secretary presided in Scotland.The Shuttlesworth, a and will be convincedin Shooting CaseFmNL"lDINA. the oulder after Mrs. Pearl H.Jacksonof

wcllknown local noted civil rights the future, as we Small allegedly attacked 1215 Blvd.told police -

The youth council began practicioner partici- leader here, is also seek their support on BEACH- Telfair fro in she placed her

its pretest against pated in advanced gav secretary of the Southern world issues, by. not Negro Deputy Sheriff the rear and tried to watch valued at $1700

lunch counter discrimination iatrics, v hie h is Christian Leader- what they hear about heard a coroners jury take the officer* gin.
dresser Baa
In August. specialized study of ship Conference and a Americabut what they: absolve him of blame The report further on the at
and
Members and inaocen'Epeople diseases of the aged- director of the South- see happening in &*- in the fatal shootingof stated. last Sunday went
last
for .it at 9 a.m.
were attackedby 'heart and lungs.He ern Conference Educat- erica he concluded. another Negro ear- Sheriff H.J. Young-
and it
vas
a mob swinging ax- will reopen his ional Fund Both are ly Sept. 25 at American blood said that T e 1- Monday .

handles and baseball well appointed offices Southvide org matiom Semi $1.00 T d&7 Beach, it was 'reported ; fair missing.Mrs. stated
a veteran of 8 Jackson
bats _. at 102 E.Union Street seeking to end segre- For the Tvice-JUYeek this week. Mrs.
l Curtis TelfairNassu years on the f o rc e, that she suspects
REGISTER ready to resume gation and discrimination. Florida Star
AT -
had 328
ub Goinesof
prior tro l Lucille
e
320 EAST BAY.snwrCcK.my : serving his localclientele. For 1 oath County deputy sheriff
with North treet.e .
Small
Court House shot George Small,20,

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Negroes Must Do Their Part special day element or week.in That.h this country the taxpayer.has no

tj .
He keeps the country running, but no one
There is no doubt that Negroes in Jacksonvillewant l formally honors him.

:to see progress, but the sad part of it ii rH.tir This situation certainly calls for a re.medv .

is that the majority of Negroes in this town r __ :Let there be a "Taxpayer Pay" or

want progress without any sacrifice on their a hTaxpayerVeek" or a "Taxpayer
part w eftr. i Month". Let it be) formally proclaimed by
1 ,
The is that the I '.':;.", .. I f i all heads of government from the President
truth about the matter average '.." 1 ti }
of the United States down to town
Jazon is strictly a lip service "race man ". I V mayors. A suitable badge for the occasion

Another truth is that Negroes blame the white .. would be a black armband. For, in the
people for subjecting them to second class citizenship present state Of federal. state and local

when actually the Negro in this taxation mourning for the taxpayers is

area keeps himself in a second class status by certainly in order.

failing to support Negro effortsby failing in BUT ONLY IF THEY 'REGISTER AND VOTE

unity and by failing to exercise their constitutional ... : .

right to register and vote. .. -. ,. r
All too often Jaxons leave it to the .other ., -
fellow to do the' various jobs that need to be i
"
done in the way of civic and coanunity efforts _. yow.Dafty

....and all too often he postpones making his _

contribution to worthy causes,leaving to the :.. T-- .
-
other fellow to, shell out his cash,. but is : : HoroscopeGiide -.: :
ready to reap the benefits _
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
.
It is a known fact that the. Negro Jaxon will .' -

talk, talk, talk about progress,' and will get BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL -

you out on a, limb and leave % you there withouta By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER
cushion to fall on when the chip starts fall-

ing. .Jaxons. are famous for crying that Negr- .

61 with money won't invest it, but then when
,
one does invest his money to provide a facil-

ity thj poor Negro investor has the devils /:;>.;; -. : Sagittarius
'. j "--T Leo
own ;|! ob getting our people to support the enter- ff.. : .' .

P1'ifie.; The best most of will do is stand by Aries Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 2lVtSot.

IJ'.d criticise and compare, it to a si mil arlfwhite Sot., Oct. 1. Leo will be traveling today
business" that we have helped to make big. Born March 2Ut" thru April 19th in all probability. Chances of a happy Oct. 1. You will find life enchantingly -
honeymoon. start are many under Venus pleasnt and filled with romance today!
We have found that Jaxons are prone to talk trine Mars. You may visit a very good A good friend may hold the secret of happiness -
about boycotts that in most cases have littleeuccess..butit Set., Oct. 1. Venus trine Mars creates abe friend and meet romance! !
period in which to meet a new love SUN., Oct. 2. Favorable skies for ventures SUN, Oct 2. Much understanding and
would appear that much more commence a new romance under challeng.. ". i- which may take you away from home. A 'affection in the atmosphere. A happy day
.
progress cOUld accomplished; if we would ; ing conditions. .,. roaming desire may meet with happy results .- with a dinner planned for loved ones in
first businesses and j SUN., Oct. 2. Favorable for family plans, by tonight. 11Jeclal1)laee.
Negro help
support them'1 entertaining close friends at,a large dinner MOB., Oct. 3. Favorable Venus conjoined. Men.. Oct. 3. Favorable Venus conjoined
to grow big so that eventually 'Negroes would { Joining new groups for evening en- Neptune rays bring you a day of exciting Neptune rays allow you to get a clear view
tertainmcnfcMoa. adventure, new contacts,imaginative and plans for obtaining ,
have department stores and supermarkets..and pro of your goals your
., Oct. 3. Favorable Venus conjoined resa m directions which are surprising, them. .
then we won't have to sit-inpicket and boycottin Neptune rays may find many of Aries becoming noveL Tues.. Oct. 4. Full Moon activity may
order to obtain equal service. engaged. Best not complete nup- Tuos., Oct. 4.The Full Moon keeps you cause much emotional tension, several con-
tials today,however. busy and somewhat tense. You may meet fusing situations. Be reasonable and you
The Negro must do his part.Kennedy's T...... Oct. 4. A Full Moon day with much many challenges,'overcome them by alert will have a profit to show.
rush, some 'of it profitable some frustrat- thoughtfulness. _
ing. Keep your poise, do not be led on by .7-40-22-4J-9J-510.
glowing promises. 7-30-33-2S-75 fiSt
Civil Rights Record
.SSO-89-1ft-59-3 15. -
CapricornBorn
Virgo
The civil rights voting record of Senator Taurus

John F. Kennedy, Democratic presidential cand- S J I Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th
when
Sot.. Oct. 1. Very favorable day you .
idate, contrasts sharply with that of his running of life
Sot.. Oct. 1. A wedding today will start will add to the attractiveness your
mate, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, the with brilliant auspices! Much festivityand either by domestic improvements of the Sot., Oct. I. Sparkling hours for those
NAACP legislative Scoreboard for the 86th love in store for those who followCupid's I first excites quality! or.by a new romance which wHo delightful are making! plans for marriage! A

Congress reveals. ways'now. SUN., Oct. 2. Favorable day for sheer may introduce invitation you have accepted
SUN.. Oct. '2. You will attain a new insight yOU to a new social world.
rest the budget, settling familyor
,
The report, ,published this week, records the into a problem which has been vexingyou. t romantic going over problems. You see a new light when SUN.. Oct. 2. Favorable for friendly chats
Tote of all members of both Houses of Congresson A relationship will become clearer i now. guests drop in briefly. Afternoon is
warmly affectionate, and
and will find an intelligent way, to deal evening happy
you Moa. Oct. 3. Favorable Venus conjoined at home.
civil issues '-
rights
the
during regular seadons with someone.
Neptune rays give you a happy insight Men.. Oct. 3. Favorable Venus
of the 86th Congress.Itdoes not includethe Men.. Oct. 3. Venus conjoined Neptune into love which you may have thought Neptune will give you a new enthusiasm conjoined
makes it a romantic day but one which waning. Take cheer! about
a problem in
special session in romantic.matters..
post-convention
August, may be a bit of a mystery. Do not? expect Tucs., Oct. 4. Full "Moon activity may be Finances good.
1960. In that session both Senators voted with permanence. a. If L. exhausting, but you will not be the one to Tneit Oct. 4' You may not act around to
the majority to defeat two civil rights bills. -Tact. OcK-4. Full Moon activities may be stop firstl .Much business transacted, that seems necessary, with the.Full
to exert papers signed with profit. A restful. 1 Moon keeping
prepared
exhausting. energy the
c you on go with lmpromp-
There are ei'ght issues before the Senate ,and be challenged, and struggle for what you ';; evening in. tu demands. Do remember important
six before the House in the regular sessions. want. telephone. call.
25-80-6S-39-53-510 363.
32
Senator r 3 60 33-58-- -
is recorded -
Kennedy as having voted S .40 66 43 53-lit.

favorably: on fire of the eight measures.On the LibraBern

other three, although absent, he was paired Gemini AquariusBorn


favorably.Only on two- of 'the measures- for the civil Sept. 23rd thru Oct. 23rd Jan; 20th thru Feb. 18th

$. ., Oct. 1. Very favorable for
new romance -
rights bill of 1960 and for extension of the with Venus trine Mars. An excitingly Sot. Oct. 1. Very favorable day with Set.. Oct. I. Venus trine Mars an exceptionally -
life of the U.S. Civil Rights Ccadasion-di\ different person comes your way Venus trine Mars. There will be adventure happy combination to create ex-
the Texas Senator this evening. Accept an invitation, be. re- romance a big surprise. Entertainment citing romance for many of Aquarius. A
vote favorably On each of sponsive to Ideas! is gay exciting chance meeting may lead: to lifelong love!
the remaining six issues, he voted unfavorably.Vice SUN., Oct. 2. Favorable day for those SUN.. Oct. 2. Favorable for new trends SUN.. Oct. 2. Spend as much time as possible -
President who seek inspiration. You may make a new ideas. Discussion will prove profitable outdoors to get the benefit of thir
Richard H.Hixonthe
Republican new friend who adds to the breadth of and you may devote, the day to healthful day. 'Enjoy beautiful scenery
presidential nominee-, as presiding officer of your mental views. .friends, society. while you eat.
the Senate, had no opportunity to vote on any Mo*.. Oct. 3.. Favorable Venus conjoined Moo., Oct. 3. Venus conjoined Neptune MaL, Oct. 3.Favorable Venus conjoined
Neptune auspices send many bf Gemini on creates a period of mystery happiness ofa Neptune bring an adventure into
of these issues during the.. 86th Congress. His a happy honeymoon. Devote yourself to. new nature. The telephone will ring your life rays suddenly: Your mood soars to
vice presidential .running mate Henry abot romance 1 often this evening. new heights. '
,
.
T.
Oct. 4. You
& be
somewhat
Lodge, was not ,a .ber of that Congress. of tasks which may are forced upon resentful Tues., contacts.Oct. 4. A The period Full of Moon much has activity.gooc T.e .. Oct. 4. Full Moon influences may
many be the means of shaking you from your
but the Full
Moon influences
Tip eight Senate issues follow: The civil yon have in store for if the
-y9prbeuefitin mind._ news you you stay on- present career apathy. Decisions can be
rights bill of 1960; three attempts to amend. trail. 1a.;;9 --2Zr5-$7 G: swift, rewarding,.making-. --. great 9 changes inyonriife.
this bill to provide school desegregation, t o : tC-' lo.

include: a coanittee on equal opportunity and, 1-.2D--55.45-41.-$1t. "- : Scorpio Pisces

to restore Part HI which vas stricken:flrcn the Cancer .

1957 bill;cloture action to end the filibuster ," Urn Od.-24* thru Nw..22wl arri.kb.19th thru March 20th}
against the civil rights billa thesatitax. ton JVM 22ad thro Jury 22M .

billextenaioa of life of U.S. Civil Rights time when love .... oj,..::-' Set., Oct. 1. The romance of your life may
Ccwdsiion; and a Motion to msdlff Rule 22 to Set and.adventure Oct.'1. A happy prevail.gar Venus trine Mars S.,., Oct. 1, Splendid auspices of Venus culminate in happy marriage today.Plan
make it easier to end filibusters. may give you a most unusual experience, :1 trine M -s make it a day of much emo- have nuptial the for now, knowing that you will
most
tional travel new auspicious of honeymoons
it includes an interesting experience romance ,
Civil rights 'Measures before the House of.Representatives and yon may be! sure ideas and perhaps an entirely novel environment ranch good cheer!
during the 86th Congress include SUN. romance Oct.; 2. -Happy and serene BOUTS, :-' tonight. SU.<.. Oct. % A warmly convivial day on
spent with the family or close SUN.. Oct. 2. A leisurely day with har which friends may PT you special honor.
anti-segregation amendment to federal aid to mostly -a meeting at monyatresHd. You solve a dilemma which You may be uked to perform special acre.
school construction bill;federal aid to school frleDa..YOUSiattead pleasant results has been giving you concern about relationships Ice tonight,also.Me. .
and a loyalty-.which has been ... Oct. *. Venus conjoined Neptune
co&stractioa civil rights bill extension of ...... Oct.-J.\Farorable Venus conjoined questioned. brings an exhilarating atmosphere of
life of Civil Rights Cowdssicn; bill to curb Neptune influences keep up the atmosphere MM., Oct. 3. Venus conjoined Neptune. rather mysterious adventar You start a
friendship. Dine outtonight brines a time of firm resolution and de journey with the roirit of Impending,
of the of ,romance ex-
authority U.S. pleasure
SnpreM Court; and the '; cision about a romantic matter. The start dtement: and romance.
signing of petition to discharge the civil. T..... Oct., 4. You may arise earlier than # of great affection! Two. Oct. 4. FaD Moon activity mal be
and find telephone line T..... Oct. 4. F.nfoon activity can be a confusing, but you will come out ahead
bill your of
rights ,frcai, the Rules Ca expected the
ttee. you for
file busy. New matter of tension and strain. Do not let came your perception Is
.
Of these measures only two V1re'"enactedthe correspondence chance under the Full Moon very is to be in- :. vourself be blinded to opportunity; takethought deela. one !ise sharp. ,
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Civil-Rights Act, ad extension> of the life ofbk. ted. :: .. t / .2.40-17.__ 1--11-31' .. -.
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Saturday, October 1, 1960 THE FLORIDA STAR

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} w N t- iw ;"'I NATURAL-

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1 qq h Your Eyes Have It?

When people talk to you, they look most often at your.eyes. Do
you make the most of these'windows'?
c :,- First, do you look at others? A warmly-interested, direct glancecan
.1 V VaP n y wonders! It's flattering,since it show that your attention is
held.On the other hand,drooping lids or wandering eyes that'tabli
hop'away indicate boredom. -
accent!, do you care for your
eyes? Do you have them checked heavier brows by using two .
each year,rest them occasionally,i penrils
: -one brown, our Mark.' )
1- =a, read and work in good< you wear sunglasses tin bright liners to make their eyes look
day-s-winter and sunnier If larger. This
you have prescription lenses, do .r1 **""X
n' photo -
CAMELLIA LADIES SOCIAL CLUB is widely known you wear your glasses-or do you graphs ;

Jaxon for its year 'round series of social-civic squint? beautifully,
Third,do and make
Ada"t you groom
Members shown in left top left photo seated from left on up your eyes?Kyemakeup should lour Illll-to UnleSS PIT- I

Mrs. Viola Grissett, Mrs. Mary Lou Wright, Mrs. Eva vary sharply-little for daytime, frrtionlooks ,- fA) r.",
more for evening. For daytime,
aitifi- \J 1
and Mrs. Mattie Lazenby, president. Back rev standing Anne Philips of the Norelro rial for the i| '

3cfti Mrs Josica Sramps, Mrs. Luretta Williams, Mrs. ) rooming Uureau suggests justa rest of us.
bit of vast-line on upper lid and I If you use this trick, save it for
lashes to give a light hccn andcnt'onraJ."C
evening and do
it
@i = CALENDAR lashes to grow Then Kvcning eyeshadow delicately.ran be ol,-
g E brush
your brows-against the vious,but never heavy.Too much

*. ********* il @ll FjwjJnaLlIDmJt! ********** EVENTS grain finally first into,place.then straight Use tweezers up, and to makes weary, or you lM lh.look Apply clownish shadow ur

the mavericks
um-ul remove which grow with fingertip lose,to lashes uiul
over the nose and to keep brow
Mrs. Irene A.Baggs tarry it a bit beyond the outer
... ,.. ". line clean. cornerif e')'".
Discreet of the
By leader of the Girl use tweezer can
With blue ..
change the shape of brows. eyes. use
Scout Troop of St. your grey or brown shadow _
But do little
as plucking
LOUISE G. GUINYARD as pos
Paul Alt Church requests I sible. The painfully thin line i is With brown eyes...use'
Doris Bennett, and Mrs. Pearl Mackey. all members to much out of style today.Here are green or grey-blue shadowWith
Social clubs in Jacksonville are meeting again I the. brow lines recommended by green eyes...use
attend the meeting experts: brown shadow
after a couple of months of inactivity*! It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah White of 4 Square or oblong face... With grey eyes.. ,use
scheduled at m.
contrary to the wide belief that most of these p. arched brows blue or green shadow
8133 New Kings Road born at Brewster Hospitalon
Round face brows If
Thursday.The peakedover your eyes are set close together -
groups are concerned only with card g am e s September 25. outside eye corner do not use shadow all the
carried on during a beehive of witty conver- Christian. Shar- Triangular face .. nearly way to inner corners. A touch of

sation spiced with the latest gossip itemitis Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs Sybil Butler, and Mrs. ing Society will hold -Oval straight face.brows.oval brows foundation blends it under in and and holds over shadow it in-

gratifying to note that many of them are monthly Face with down-sloping place.
Jessie Boddie were high scorers when the Kar- its regular ..
lines. brows with brown for
flip-up Applymascara( light
considering worthwhile community projects in dettes met at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club meeting Monday nightat at outer edges lashes, black for dark) by stroking -

their programs. We know, of course, that this Saturday evening. Mrs. Hatti Stewart, hostess, 8 o'clock in the Ordinarily, plucking should be upwards. Don't mascara lower
is rit unusual that of clubs have done from under edges; but you lashes unless they are especially
most
our Mamie
invited Mrs. Kathryn Robinson and Mrs. Esther home of Mrs.
can curve a straight line by removing pale. Use a dry brush to
aiwra been conscious of the need for their Anderson as guests.Participating Starling, 1447 GrotheSt. a few hairs at the top of separate wet lasher.:
participation in civic affairs and have con- Alta Washington each end.Use a pencil to help you Coquette Cue:Just for fun,trya
members included Mrs. Thomasina Hrs. -
shape and to give a thicker look. new eye shadow color for gala
tributed much of their time in this direction. McFarlin, Mrs. Ruby HumphreyMrs.Mary Coleman, president Never just draw on eyebrows.In- occasions-yellow, amber j&de.

There are far too many people who think otherwise Miss Louvinia Solomon, Mrs. Gwendolyn Stewart_ quests attendance of upward stead, make strokes.feather-light(You can, short fake, spotlight These conversation on you.! colors put the

It is true that the main function of such:: Mrs. Grace West, Mrs.Margaret \iilsonMrs .Mable all members.

clubs is to provide diversion for members, but Jones, Mrs. Sarah Montgomery, and Mrs. Willie

they do not ignore the needs of the conmunity. Lee Lucas.

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The atmosphere of the Lincoln Golf and Country The Charming Ladies Bridge Club held its ini-

Club was enhanced greatly Saturday evening tial meeting at the Lincoln Country Club Fri-

by the appearance of members of the CotillionClub day evening with all members present.-

in their first meeting of the season.Mrs. .
Mrs. Hortense Brown, hostess, awarded prizes
Klvin; Roulhac, the charming hostess, had Mrs. to Mrs. Earnestine Poole and Mrs Margaret Day I 1 e

:vcyn Hughes as club guest. 1- at the end of the session.The .

Members present included Charming Ladies membership roster is comprised "
)ft":;. Dorothy Woods,Mrs. Hor-
of, in addition to persons mentioned,

tense Brown, Mrs. Marjorie t Mrs. Yermel Glover, Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs. -- y. : rti ; _

\UlnjoremMrs.Carrie Parsons I' Hortense Brewington, Mrs. Lillian Stukes, Mrs. yr-
Mrs. Evelyn WalkerMrs.Viola ,..g: ,
Josephine Cleveland ,Mrs. Sophye White, Mrs.
,
*Monra ,Mrs.Olga. Higginbotham Dclphinia Brinson, Mrs. Pearl Cohen, and Mrs.
.-wi j >VA.CAT:ft3C8jy LCTFmtiF9.Bessie Coretha Wilson. I .
i Canty Mrs. Edith Weston and r
r : *
Mrs. Cleveland.
Josephine Miss Carolyn Hendersondaughter ofMr.and Mrs.W. .
Mrs.Clvin Roulhac
Edward Hendersonis attending school in Los _
*
AngelesCalifornia this year. She is at L. .-
The Cleveland Heights home of Mr. and Mrs.
City College.
Rufus Jefferson was the setting for the most .
I
recent meeting of the Silhouettes.Mrs. Jefferson FROM MANY LANDS -Among the debutantes presented at the Silver Anni-
One of clubs is Las
bridge
our newly organized
Mrs. William A. Johnson and Mrs. William 11 versary Debutante Ball by the National Council of Negro Women at the
.. Muchachas Cbdgas which met Saturday evening in
'H. Sweet were hostesses.Mrs. Hotel Commodore, New York last Friday, were young ladies from many:
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard,1238 West
John
Betty Howard, Mrs. Mary Floyd, Mrs.Joyce foreign lands. Miss Marjorie Phelps, of Liberia, West Africa, (Second
12th Street where Mrs. was
Laws on, Mrs. Ruth Williams, Mrs. Nonna White, hostess.Mrs. Delphinia'Brinson, from left) is being greeted here by L to R. Mrs. Richard V. Moore,..

and Mrs. Gloria Parsons were among members Mrs. Eugenia Stevenson of the Liberian Counsulate and Dr. Richard V.
Ruth White Mrs. Cowart Mrs.For-
Johnnie ,
present. Moore, president of Bethune Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida.
restine DonaldsonMrs. Callie .Hel-
Parso.nMrs The dinner-dance, unique in New York social annals,launched the campaign
issa Robinson Mrs. Annie C. MainorMrs. Gwen-
Many bridge players are indebted to Mrs.Lill- to raise funds for the erection of an educational center in Washington -

ian Davis of 1192 West 8th Street for a pleasant dolyn LangleyMiss Esther James, Mrs. Annie D. C..as a memorial to Mary McLeod Bethune, founder of the

summer. Mrs Davis made her patio availableto RandolphMrs. V rice Williams, and Mrs.A1ma. Council. Dr. a& Mrs. Moorefs daughter Elaine, was among the debutantes

a group each Tuesday afternoon and Friday Glass are members of this group. presented at the gala ball.

evening, and we spent many enjoyable moments --- --- -- ---
there. Chess Checker-
Wedding BellsAPPLICATIONS
Included among regular players wereMrs. Lucille Clubs ,. A&T Seeks $5 Those
Starts
P., Jones, Mrs. Doris G. Bennett, Mrs. FridayAt

Margaret Mathis, Mrs. Earnestine Poole, Mrs. FOB who _
Million For Next
Alveria Robinson, Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs. "Y"The 11.mu.1.ll'E.SES ___ _

Thelma Geiger:,' Mrs. Margaret Starkes, M.r s. Frederick L. Brooks, 1256 Biennium live in ) -
YMCA Chess and Kings Rd. 23.and Delores Camp'

Juanita Randolph, Mrs. Fleet H. Alexander Checker will have its bell, 1148 Kings Rd., 16.. ,.

Mrs. Lillian Stukes, Mrs' Anna B. FrazierMrs first meeting Friday, Rd.Andrew, 22 and Jackson Dolly Lockhart, 4201 Homer, 1557 s

Catherine Jackson, Mrs. Marie McClainMrs.RosaLee Oct. 7th in the James Louisiana St. 20. GREENSBORON. C.-

Shannon, lfrs.Grace. West, Mrs. Vannette Weldon Johnson Branch Elma G. Reynolds, 4.139 FairfaxSt. A&T College last -

Thayer, Mrs. Minnie L. Gadling, Miss Johnnie YMCA, at 7:30 p.m. ., 22 and Mary A. Williams, week requested m 0 r ethan
St, 18. .
Fisher, Mrs. Ensna Morgan, Mrs. Mary Lucille Persons interestedin 218 Van Chelsea E. Davis, Jr., 1843 W. 1st $5 million for

Harper, and Mrs. Elouise Flether. the. game of Chessor St., 18 and Camilla R. Balkcom, operations and permanent }

*..* checkers are cord- 807 Court D, Blodgett Homes, 16 improve me nts

}Mrs.: Hortense Brewington and Mis. Yvonne Adams during the 196i-193
ially invited.T.h e Albert L. Twiggs, 1237 W.:27th
were guests when Mrs. Sarah Lovwtt entertainedthe new location of the St., age 29 and Rose E.' Darling. biennium. "

Kevinettes in her home Saturday evening.Mrs. Branch YMCA Is at 648W. 3625 N. Myrtle Ave, 30. Dr. Samuel D. Proc-

Emalee GeorgeMrs. Pearl Mackey and'-Mrs" 8th Street. SU Lynn, Long T. Beach Cooper,Cali 1460!..Alamitos age 21 tor, president, appeared -

Barbara Harper were high scorers for the Taft last wee k at
even- Major framings and Lillian 1 McDaniel. 2520 N.
ing. well known civic f swill Bayten St. Pensacoia, Fla.,25 Raleigh before the 7

Attending the meeting wereKrs.The1ma Greene, gure be the i n- Judge Clark, 2903 Pullman St.. North Carolina Advi- N\\
21 and ,Murlene Cohen. 827
fro Essie McCray, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, Mrs., structor for the Chess Jackson age St., 17. sory Budget Commission -

Geraldine Milliard! Hrs. Pauline Davis, Mrs. class. This grogra>v' Harold T. Nairn 1830 W. 31st asking a n increase .

is one of several SU 43 and Alice L. McFarland in allocations
1323 Cleveland St, 29. for operations,chief-
YOU ABE ILL special activities 1 1y
WHEN
.. Albert C. Jones 2584 W.. 45th ly for faculty 'and {-
You gk The Beet Doctor: men 'and women spon- St age 22 and Ernestine Dobson; staff raises
When Year Doctor: FrtMribotGel sored by the YMCA. 2213 W. 45th St, age 21.. pay
and
PfctnuebiiTo strengtheningthe
Expcrtosetd Andrew H. Evans 1118 Bar '
FlU You PmiriyttoM ATTENTION LADIES nett SU 74 and Daisy D. John- graduate program.

According To Yew DealertOrdm. Bridge & Social Club. sen, 2306 Thames SU. 47. Of the amount, GORDO11GIN
f w. 'UM Oalr Reporter McArthur Smith, 289 Osceola $3,460,000 vas requested demand

w_ Th. B.... D up Al Send or Mall. SU 27 and Evangeline E.. Cruel, for capital
Dr. c. E. Blade Your Secitl NtwiMonday : 279 Osccola St, 17. _
Proprietor To Robert Merriweathers, 1038Eversbh improvements to include .If you have a taste for r.J\DftNr !'
FLORIDA STAB SU 23 and Pricilb construction of the finer things, always ask for UVJUNn ",.

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUHay's 2323 MoacrUf Bd Cor. I$ bTOOTH. Bland. 1319 W. 26th SU 18. new buildings for Cordon's authentic London Dry Gin.
Leon: G. Scott, 1057 W. Chun
teaching physical'educationbiology So smooth and ..
dry. 'M Iran
SU 21 and Bettye J. Wiggins 95C
DRUG STORE Spearing SU 23. e- of such delicate flavor... :.w iz

LeRoy Mincey, 1622 Louisiana matics and businessadministration >wu can enjojn it STRAIGHT! I.,,.,, .
1967 Step Botd ELffe ..$171 ACHE I/i4//I ttra St., 21 and Lizzie L.. Jackson, anda o.. eWact \
tea
a
A COMPLETE LINE OF +,aeta I tnr 1444 Florida Avc. 18. student union- ?litre'r no Cut!ilial1Ci GORDON'S
Co-, SutbrGeefe Cuftti ftmirirt c Robt Thomas 2670 W.
M Oaw 45th St. conference center.
: west, ar e _: .
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED e 45th SU 20. '- -" .--v _. % BSTK Weil ffSTUIi flW CUV,NrtOCf'SCWCrj BIT III W.ITJ..W5O.I*

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Sttvrday, October 1, 1960 THE F\; )! lN ,_ Tly PAGE FOUR

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32nd Anniversary Bethune-Cookmafi I


Slated Oct. 3 Testing Program


By Usher Board 1 Slate Announced! r 3 k A CHURCH... .. NEWS

Usher Board #1 o f Daytona Beach,-B e- mG +
First New.Zion Baptist thune-Cookzsan) College M }Y r Y

Church will celebrateits announced the Experi-

:32nd anniversary mental testing prOgram : Choir 1 of Calvary Baptist Church meets at

and the lth o f itspresidentDeacon for the second 4s L ___ 8 p.m. Friday for rehearsal.

George -'. year as l'ollowsOct.3

White MondayOct. I Dunbar High School, t* r HHHH

3 at 8:30 p.m.in the Kyersl:30 pm0ct.3SmithBrown

church auditorium High Sch. a S r 1 Rev. A. E. Cruoady of St. Paul Ba p tis t

Program participants, Arcadia,900 a.m; Church will supervise the after service pro-

will include Choirs 1, Oct. 4, Carver High gram at New Zion Baptist Church Sunday.

I 2, 3 and A o f the. School, Delray Beach Deacons Boards 1 and 2 are the sponsors.

church,Mrs. _Mary Bryant 9:00 a.m.Oct.4, Lake
Mrs. Clyde Richardson Shore High School.Bel- I: i'I Ii ***#*

Miss Heltoria leglade, 2:00 pm.0db: f .
Jenkins and Mrs.H ester 5Stuart High School, Monthly conference of Macedonia D apt i s t

Neal, presidents, respectively Stuart, 9tOO a.mjOct. Church, 23rd and Franklin Sts. was held

6, B. T. WashingtonHigh : i :: : Thursday night at 8 p.m.

Guest : Usher Boards School,Dunnellori ., ;
will be from St. John 1:30 pmjOct.6; Oliver 4F t a xi *****

Baptist Church No. 1 High School,Cross -i -: ,y 1
[ and Mt. Calvary Bap- City, 9:00 a.m.; Oct ; r--- Victoria Chapter 1, Order of Eastern Star

I tist Church No; 1. llMills High School; presents a Spiritual Tea in Masonic Temple,

Little Rock Baptist Webster, 1:00 p. |Oct. 410 Broad St. Sunday from 4:30 until 63Opm.

.f Church Usher Board 1 11,J. R. E. Lee High
with Mrs.Rmolph Join- School, Wildwood,9:00a.m *****

son, president wi 1 1 Oct. 13, Middle-
serve. ton High School, Cre- Male Chorus of Zion Hope' Baptist Ch u rc his

First and second prizes scent Cityl:45 p.m. tenth anniversary on Oct. 17 will featureRev.

I l will beaxard- October 13, Dunbar S. Andrews, pastor of Allen Chapel AME

f ed the largest u n i- High SchoolGreen Core Church.

i formed group o f ushere. Springs,9:00 a. |Oct.
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{ I 14, Chisholm High

;. The church is located School, New Smyrna
at 7th& Davis Sts. Beach, 1:00 p.m Oct- Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Sunday School will

Rev W. M. Smith is 14Euclide High School observe its anniversary Oct. 9 in the

1 pastor. DeLand, 9:00 a.m0ct Ii.j Church auditorium.

18 Kissimmee .
HighSchoolKissimmee,9:00
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Negro Testing .

a.m. and Oct. 19Cam- SUCCESSFUL MEETING of the Sweet Dream Social and Savings Club was Rehearsal time for Choir 1 of Sv ret: field

Grant Given Fla. bell Street High Sch-. held recently in the .home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lord,827 E. Union St. Baptist Church is Friday at 7:30 p.m.

oolDaytona Beach/9:00. In topjhoto from left are: Hrs.' Essie G. Barnes, Mrs. Pearl Den efield

State University a.m.It Mrs. Carrie Lloyd (both standing), Mrs. Eliza McQueen, John Ackerson, *****
further
was a n- Mrs. Addie Ryles,(standing) and Mrs. Louise Standley. Bottom photo
nounced that the 1960 Abyssinia Baptist Church's Sunday services be .
TALLASASSEE FloridaA I
from left: >>rs. Mary Scott Mrs. Lettie Laconts (
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standing ,Janes Lloyd
$62,560 grant has C.I.E.P. Examination gin with Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.with DeaconW.
Miss Jean Shipp and Mrs. Gertrude
Shipp.
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been given the University Centers, Time and R. McNeal, superintendent, and teachers in
of Florida for Dates of Edaminationare (PHOTOS BY CRAWFORD) charge. Testimonial service will be conductedat

the purpose of setting as follows: New 11 a.m. by the pastor, Rev. B. L. Wynn. The

up standards for tes- Stanton High School, Deaconess Union Male Chorus will serve pastor will deliverthe
Jacksonville Nov. 28 Stork the 4 service.All .
ling Negro children sermon during p.m.Comnunion
*. and for also instituting 8:45 a.m.} Douglass Citywide Meeting choirs will serve during the service. The

an intelli-. High SChoolKerWest, Sunday School chorus meets Saturday. at 5:30 pro
a.m.Rich- P 'Slated For Oct. 6 Deliveries in the church auditorium.
; gence scale for them. Nov.28,8:45 .. '
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In a year long study ardson High School, MIAMI The conrouni- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
: some 1,800 Negro children Lake City Nov. 29 -

tys first fully integrated Blackshear 3223 West Deacon Willie F. Smith, president of Milling
in grades one, 8:45 a.raj Lincoln High 35th St. Boy.
Women's ,
tw Jray- Workers Choirs Union requests all members to
i through six from five School, Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs..BenjaminFine
er Day program was attend the regular business meeting slated for
southeastern states Nov. 30, 8:45 a.m. ; carried out recentlyby PO 3ox,7A Lawt- Church
Monday at 8:00 p.m. in St.Luke Baptist ,
will receive testsit Howard High School
3 the Greater Miami ey, Florida Boy. Franklin and Oakley Streets.
was .learned. OcalaNov. 30p.COp.rn; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
United Church Wo men *
I t Middleton High School Scott,610 Palmetto St
at St. Paints Methodist -

Goodwill Charity Tampa, Decl845a.m; Church in Coco- Boy. First Born Temple, 825 Monroe Street will be
Gibbs High SchoolSt. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
nut Grove. holding Communion Services Sunday at 6 p. m.
I Club Plans 18thAnniversary PetersburgD e c. 2, Mrs. Ruth Simons, a Mrs. Florence Hunter Brown,731 Court E.Boy Elder A. Hill will administer Holy Eucharistand
8s45 a.mi Bethune- Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
i resident of New York arranged the 9 a. m. deliver the sermon.
21th
Cookman College Day- Daniels, 925 West
I known and *
[ Hare City,but 'to many'J to 2 a.m. Study .
tona Beach, Dec. 3 Street, Girl. ,
axons died early this Meditation ,program. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
1 An invitation is 8:45 a.mj Jones JHigh
ex-
tended all School, OrlandoDec.5 week following a n i Denson, 2536 Wisteria Club 3 of Payne Chapel AME Church will pre-
to city
accident.Mrs. Street Boy. sent Mrs. Rosa Lee Boykins and Mrs.{ Celestine
8:45 a.m0akland Jr.- ,
clubs attend the
to Sr..High Scho lHaines Simmonswho has Church Women Mr. and Mrs. Roose- Waye in an after service recital Sunday night.
18th anniversary pro- visited Jacksonville 5715 *
gram of the Good-Will City, Dec. 6,1:30 p.m; velt Glover,
Holds Integrated
Club Lincoln Park Academy, on a number of occas- i Brait Avenue, Boy.
Charity Sunday, Fort PierceD ions is the sister of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie The State Evangelical Board of the Progressive
in the e.c. 7,
at 3:30 p.m. 8:45 a.ta| Roosevelt Joe Bellamy, a well- Meeting Keller, 916 Jackson I Baptist State Convention meets in a three-day
of its
home presidentMrs. High SchoolWest Palm known Jaxon, and the Street, Girl. session October 3-5 in Mt.Sinai Baptist Church
Marie Wilder,721West sister-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Brady'Lee
Mrs.
BeachDec. 8,8:45 Monthly meeting o f. 6th and Lee Streets.
Union Street.A a.m.
and Northwestern Alice Bellamy. the Citywide, Deacones 3214 Barnett St. *
veil High
planned pro- The body of the,. deceased Union. will be heldThursday Girl.
also School, MiamiDec. 9, of Second Baytist Church
gram featuringthe is being brou- 6 Mr. and Mrs. Levert The 110th anniversary
Oct. at
3p.m.in
Grant Memorial 8:45 a.m. ,ght to WaycrossGa., Mt., Sinai BaP-: Under, 4648 Moncrief and the' second of its pastor, Rev. J.C. Sams

Trio is planned. for burial on Sunday tist Church corner of Village, Girl. will be observed November 6-14.
'Mr. and Mrs. E rvi n *
October 2.ATTENTION. Lee
and Bever Sts.
Nesmith, 742 W. Duval Evergreen Baptist Church, Cleveland and Logan
Hoestesses for the
occasion Street, Boy. Streets will observe annual \ cmen': s Day services -
\ will be Dea-
( Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Sunday.
conesses 1 and 2.Sis
Gibbs, 2636 Bethel *
LADIES ter Edna Gordon '
.' Bridge &:social Club president Road, Girl. Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist Church will cele-
Rtporttr Sister Mary Mr. and-Mrs. William brate its anniversary Oct. 24 at 8:15 p.m. i n

.. Send or Mall J. Jackson, reporter.. Jenkins, 429 Je ssie the church auditorium. Other church choirs will

Your Social N wiMondays Street, BO) be heard during the program.
To FLORIDA STARIN Mr. and .Clarence *
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2323 MoacrUi Ed, Cor. Xfe* EVER YCOLORED Thomas, 1334 W. '32nd An interesting program featured Usher Board 4

Street Girl. of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church third anniversary
HOME Mr. and Hrs. Thomas
Thursday night.
''1 Thompson, 1016 Daniels *

1 II i Street, Boya-Twins Sunday at 4 p.m. will mark the 18th anniversary
Hr. and Mrs. Thomas Grant Memorial Club
exercises of the Greater
Cuaaings, 1954 W. 6th of Grant Memorial AME Church whidi wiU be held

.' Street.. Bal.Deaths in the home of its president,Mrs.Marie Wilder,
3
721 W. Union Street.
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AndFunerdt Delaware AMS Church of live Oak, Rev Richard

Wilson, pastor, will celebrate Holy Conmunion
Sunday at 3 p.m. '
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.y.. a .. BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON

Bulldogs Upset 28-8
f WHY DID THE CINCINNATI REDS decide to pull

Daytona Beach The Wildcats of Bethune-Cobfcaar .x. rt out of Nashville, Tenn.? Well, you know I t

College defeated the Bulldogs ,of South Carolina v;. a tn $ is the same old bell that rings throughoutthe

State r: :; Southern Association. "Yes we have no
College by a score of 28-8 in a hard ,
Negroes today The Reds of the National lea-
fought football game before more than a 1000 x e ,
wet happy fans The game was played on a rain Y a .w gue issued notice to the Nashville Vols that

drenched field and saw the two teams battle- .b I .t they were ending a foiir year agreement unless

1- 0 for the first quarter. The Wildcats avengedthe the Southern Association takes on colored

8-6 defeat suffered at the hands of the :F\ .. players. Those who and closest to the front

Bulldogs last year in their opening game play-* ..,., >,\ !R a office of the Vols bdlieve this will be a
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Ju .f terrible blow
to the ols.
South 4
ea in Carolina.With .
two minutes of Pass Att BCC 4 SCS 10 -. ri I
Jt| t rW-vC. ; ,
I him
w'r ledging as being
WITH ALL THE }
the second quarter Pass Comp BCC 3 SCS 3 LINESMAN-When :1
Gloria
the father of
Quarterback Don- Pass Inter BCC 3 35 '1 playing an important READY TO GO Roosevelt that is being raised
gone
in the Giants' defensive Yvonne were cited in
Brown, starting his eighth about
it
Punts BCC 3 SCS 3 integration,
nell Burke accepteda Rosy Grier, tackle is
year with,the Giants is ready court. Mrs. Kelly is
is the I
quick kick and ran Yds Punted BCC 140- NO'.r' appearances on the to go as the local NFL entry general opinion asking for $60 per

it back 38 yds. Full- SOS 125 The 280, 6-5 defensive opens its season Sunday that Atlanta, Chatta-: I I is
month. Grant a-
back Herman Murphyran Pen. BCC 5 for 55 yds is also a singer and against the San Francisco noogaNev OrleansN
49ers. Roosevelt Brown Day nother Florida productwho
the ball for 18 SCS 4 for 50 yds a career in the enter. will, be celebrated here at villejMobilej Memphis made the grade as

yards to the 8 yard The Wildcats wi 11 world after his foot. Yankee Stadium Oct. SO when Little Rock and Shre-
their ball days are ended.Onlq fans will honor the former veport would let the a pitcher in the maj-
line where Halfback play second home -
Arthur Gee Knight game against Albany Six Morgan State tackle. gap down so Negroes ors.
Negroes FOOTBALL ON THE HOME
I could play but Bir-
State ,
Sat-
went over for the College on UndefeatedWilcats FRONT got off to a
mingham "They
score. Carolina was urday, October 1st at says
North-
with
c right back in the ball 8 p.m.Welch Memorial shall not pass." The big start
With Yanks-Pirates i Meet Southern Associationhas western and MatthewW.
game as Halfback Alt Stadium,Daytona Beach. looked Gilbert bringinghome
Jones took a handoff Except for the remote pos say'plays like Willie Mays. favorablyupon
is
Rams the bacon. It
SaturdayDaytona
the Pittsburgh the of Negro
from Quarterback Melvin sibility that Tell Roberto that and he use
Pirates will b 1 o w a comfortable will tell you that he plays players because Atlanta rather early to attempt -

Galloway and raced Moore Will Fight lead this gear's world like no one else but Roberto Beach-The un- I made a big effort to say what the
20 yeards to a touch- series will seethe fewest number Clemente. He wax the'! one o.efeatedJildcats of will be.It is
down. A pass from of tan players for several player largely responsible for Bethune-Cooknan, fresh to carry them on outcome how-
easily seen
Harold! JohnsonFor seasons. the fine! getawey ofthe Pi- their roster. very
Galloway to End Manus from their 28-8

upset
the
The Identity of American rates. He has power, hits to NAT PEOPlES who fin- ever that all local
Caldwell was good for League winner is uncertain victory over South ,
all field, speed on the base teams have suffered
the two extra points.As RighT PriceLight at thl inom nt. Defending White. paths and a daredevil all Carolina State/ FAMU'S ally wound up in Jacksonville heavy losses by grad-
Chicago was going
champion
the half ended the arourxL: He has one of the best Florida Classic
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oppon- uation.The New Stanton
Sox the perennial pennant throwing arms In the majors. like a house afire
score was BCC 8 SCS 8. winners Kiew York Yankees 'ent.
Heavyweight King Xeitber Christopher nor Ba- with Atlanta when Blue Devils openedthe
Halfback and the surprising BaltimoreOrioles The Wildcats face the
Rudolph will much
ker see action un- with one
Says He Wants $200,000To suddenly he wound season
bunched like 'o up
were
knock
less out
injuries
Jones went around some Rams' of Albany Stateon
of the teams
Defend Championship many rosebuds. of the regulars. Baker regards i in Jacksonville. N at strongest
end for 26 Oct. 1st.
right yds. Saturday
The. Pirate seemed on their himself fortunate. He thoughta was hitting the ball in the state. Stanton
to score the second DALLAS World light heavyweight way to Pittsburgh first National knee Injury had ended his in Welch Memorial Sta- hard chasing flies lost to Blake High of

touchdown for the champion Archie Moore said League championships career last reason. He was so dium at 8:00 P.M. Duval Vocationallost
Wildcats with five yesterday he wasn't dodging a title I n c p 1927. The Pirate will impressive in spring training Coach Matthews said like a veteran and according Tampa.;
have fewer tan performer that Manaeer' Mur- to the
minutes in the I fight with Philadelphia's Harold Danny after the South Caro- manag- to Northwesternand
gone :
than J ny XL champion since! laugh kept him for utility du
third Johnson, as the National Boxing 'the Philadelphia i-i lina team is ement,Peoples was good Anderson
quarter. Jonesran Phillies ty. Christopher, a rookie out game"The Douglas
Association alleges-he wants
just stick with
to
right end for the 200000. 1950. Then the Quaker City fielder, has seen spot duty in weak in many positionsbut enough lost to Matthew Gil-
teem! was liywhite. the outfield, acraslon all yAened the Atlanta Crackers,
two extra points 1ii th the is high bert. -
Moore, who trimmed down to 183 and spirit couldn't _
a pinch-hlrted but he
Roberto CIrmentc. the or.Vtun just
six minutes left in for his Tuesday fight against George and called onas a therefore have hopes WHEN THE RATTLERS
frequently
regular Gene Baker
: in the Southern.Nat .
the third quarter Abinet, scored two knockdowns anJ Joe Christonhcr C'on4tftntp! pinch-runr-er. that they will fill stay play in Jacksonville:
broke his opponent's nose while Peoples never came
fullback Herman Murphy our list of eligible with the Howard was the fielding here into, a well working in the annual Flofida
gaining a.fourUwound TKO.
with the
into his
t Pirates. The San FranciscoGIaitts.thett of'the 1958 series between own
locaJ-
pickedup a fum-d -.Tb. ageless champion said be the Yankees and" MilwaukeeBraves. unit before the season Braves. Classic many :
-and'-raced 55 yds. knew he was overdue at defending Giants, the the New York 1I';- made"sparfclinr: gets too far along." Jax BRAVES BUSINESS boys will be seen inaction '
for the third his championship but it was up tot Brooklyn Dodgers JAX
Wildcats that under South
and the Milwaukee catch In the! fifth game The Rams are against
Braves,
the NBA to get him the amount of MANAGER Spec Richardson -
score.The for the other kent New York In the game. Coach
try he wanted. "My price is XL flag winners lit the the direction of Carolina State.
money Yanke eventuallywon said Peoples had
which the
extra point failed.Atthe rising-the cost of living Is getting last decade have all four or and then went on to take Obie O'Neal who is assisted THE POWERFUL A & T
more eligible in the fall clas the potential of a
end of the third higher" he added. "I have three the rhanpulhlp from the by Line CoachC. AGGIES holds a dis-
BCC 22-SCS 8. kids now you know. sic.If National league. Kenneth Dunson and major league starbuthe
quarter the Orioles grab theirfirst tinction that it is
"
They want me to fight Johnson -ciiiml by Casey was lazyunconcer-
The fourth pennant since returningto Lope backfield C h J. one
quartersaw Moore explained. "But nobody will .ttnra1"" tP1111 1:1.i jenrfromd" 0 a c ned and irresponsible. possibly of few

Halfback Frank put up the money. I've fought Boyd the, major the utility leagues.first only base-Bob" 1\a n"a.. n.". ,. Itrn\.a auaet Christopher Mitchell. Richardson said he schools boasting hav-

Crayton intercept a Johnson before and he's a good boy man, will represent ue. >il :\c"'h1tin', ,. lie wouldurprir' Coach,O'Neal is start- ing three big bro-
but Fm not afraid of him." In'' ..: r.'P in a thought it was due to
at
South Carolina pass The Yankees have Els ion ing his tenth year as thers.The Aggies squad
and outrun the entire Archie agreed to return to Dallas Howard and Hector Lopez. "ht\rt -.eries'a' head coach and athletic the fact that he never has the Stanford bro-
Nov. .21 to fight Buddy Turman
Howard is a World Series got completely over
backfield of South who issued a challenge before the veteran. He participated in director a t Albany being shipped out of thersPollard,260 Ibs

Carolina State for 30 :I boUt with Abinet. His next fight 1933. 197 and 1958. Lopez State.A Lorenzo, 265 and Carl

will be against Roy Shire at Indianapolis would get his baptism if the native of West Va., Atlanta so suddenly.If 260 lbs. Pollard and

t :yards to rack up the Oct. LGrambling Yankees make it again. O'Neal began his ath- Nat pulled out of Lorenzo are seniors
final The White Sox, who had AI
f touchdown for Smith and Earl Battey on letic career at Excel- it it was after he and Carl is a Fresh-
the N
Wildcats. The try Rolls their roster a year 'a g n. sior High School, xcclsior left Jacksonville. Up man. The eyes of the

for extra point failed would have three this Octo- ,West Virginia, to this daythe Sout- pros are upon the two
The final score GRAMELING. La. (Special)- ber. Smith would be joined byFloyd
.t where he played foot- hern Association is senior brothers.THE. .
Grambling be full Robinson, a rookie
Bethune-Cookman may a year
28- ball basketball and of the few FLORIDA A & M
South away from the rarefied atmos- from San. Diego and Minnie one very
Carolina State phere of a Southwestern Confer Miniso. baseball He was end leagues in organized RATTLERS and the Be-

College 8. ence championship, but in defeating Assuming the Pirates makeit on the Big Blues o f baseball with no Neg- thune-Co 1st downs BCC 13-SCS 9 Bishop College,61-6 Sat our choice for a hero's tora and
Bluefield State for
I urday night, it earned Commend- is C12tn?nu. the stylist roes. preparing a
yds. Rush BCC :411-SS263 able endorsement as the loop's. Puerto Rican outfielder. Clement played basketball as JIM ( Mudcat) Grant rough-rumble S I A C

dark horse. e is the player: who f'xnprf well. the Cleveland Indiansace season. The coachesare

WATCH THIS CLOWN UAUB7 WILLS He received his }M.S righthander appears putting their

... The I iMr! hate :lul11 AA degree in Health and to be headed for charges through the
haws this CHIand Will has ,
27-92-6 accounted 'for more than half Physical Education at court. "Mudcaf-Is being paces in order to iron

115-30-214 of 'this total., West Virginia University carried court out kinks and to see

YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER It. seems more apparent, in and has done fur- by Mrs. Clemonstene where the weak spotsare

6 8 each pasIn; second that It ther study in the same Kelly of Dade City, in order to be

!. 9 i\ 4 was the Dodgers lucky d1l y in area at Indiana Uni- Florida who is asking ready when the first
KENTUCKY BOURBON the spring of 1059 when theDetroit
contributeto the 1960
9' 5 Tlger took one look versity. Grant to gun fires on

at Wills and decided he wasn't .Since he has been head support of a 5-year season.

25-88-16 worth $55,060. The Tigers took coach O'Neal's RaM s old child whom she SMOOTH SAILING TIL

500-10-465 Wills Now they oa a wish conditional they could basis.get have suffered o n ly says is Grant's dau- WE MEET AGAIN.

.Sasdaa ks's up him on any basis. three losing, seasons, ghter.Letters acknow

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Kc .%., tatbtt.as Promoter Offers OlYMpic' in '55 '57 -
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rU wwka It *U useed Boxing Champion $20,000To and '59. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

AS THIS CLOWN Sign Professional l Pact His grid teams have

IS WATCHING LOUISVILLE, Ky. Olympic The Wildcats are ,in PRICES
light heavyweight champion, Cas- LOW
15-36-99 condit-
good physical .
sius Gay said he will turn pro in
L two months. ion having suffered
( ) LOOK FOR Oa,. Golden Gloves dumpy! to: very few injuries in On Your
1959 and 1860 and gold medalist at
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Eleventh grade. She]}
is amember of the Bard/:c N0TMEWhen > .
Photography? and News-I you Need A Fence I
!paper clubsvice president Please Call Me. Your
of the choir tR Only Colored Fence NEGRO
er church. Dealer In Town.
1Jc.1t It I:;****Alt.+r CHARLES MITCHELL
2109 Meharry Ave;
PO 5-1565

x NEW HOMES FOR SALE AMERICANS !

xt Just being cctnP tad.
In City limits at Bus
Line. $9,000$53.00

Monthly.Sub-Division Fayetteville, 33rd. & America is about to choose a.new We, the undersigned, join together

)L/$.i-,. ; '. ._....:,;: .t r.. .,... >Spins K RIS CONSTRUCTION Streets. Ca ', leader to guide this country during the in this crusade we call upon Negro;

,. 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. next four years. It is our duty to particiAmerican citizens to join with us in a

Northwestern GWENDOLYN ROSCOV High NQTICEWiU pate in this choice! Decades of disfrannonpartisan crusade to register one

Gwendolyn is a membex t. j chisement have proved that human million new Negro voters for the coming

Hof Photography the tenth Club grade and, House Sell Equity Two$600.00.Bd. Rm. J J ; dignity requires that man participate in election.

{{Shiloh Baptist Church Mt.Take up TRADE Pyots. $32.94 i his self-government. Jn parts of our
Her hobbies or for car I I A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH Chairman
are sewing
and dancing value $600.00. Location i country force and violence will bar our
, 5840 MARINOOLD ; New York, New York
RD.. Write J.R. Faulkner 1 path to the polls. Elsewhere nothing butapathy BISHOP V. 7. BELL REP. ROBERT NIX

Apt. 251 Wash ta I from registering and South Boston, Virginia Philadelphia,Pennsylvania
prevents us
Ct., Pensacola, Fla. ; I ARCHIBALD CAREY REP.ADAM CLAYTON POWELL
\{ I voting. We will [never be truly free until Chicago, Illinois New York, New York

t, ; we shake this apathy and destroy these REP. WILLIAM DAMSON JACKIE ROBINSON
1rlVIdN HAIRCUTS ,. Chicago, Illinois New York, New York
; bars. !In man's freedom is
democracy
For a a
your next haircut visit l}. REP.CHARLES C. DIGGSJR JOHN SENGSTACKE

the Artistic Barber Shop, 619 l lI fr : to be found with his ballot. Negro Americans Detroit, Michigan -Chicago, Illinois

W. Ashler. Phone EL 4-9231. : are 18 million strong more than 10 DR. ROSA D.: GRAGG REV. DR. GARDNER TAYLOR
NEWMAN 3 G.C.. HfcCnrdy,Prop.; Charles l j I Detroit, Michigan Brooklyn, New York ,
NorthwesternTribute 3 '' Simmons, MJT.STRMD j; million are of voting age. Today apprOXlLESTER GRANGER PHILIP M. WEIGHTMAN ,
is paid to? i. New York, New York Washington, D.C.
Vivian of the Tweithgrade. : \ ,
She 'serves a si 1 f mately 5 million are registered though .MISS DOROTHY HEIGHT MRS. KATIE WHICKAM

treasurer of the Socials t. SMrtsSaud.y AU w..kr1 -. r even fe'ervill vote, unless we mount a New York, New York .New Orleans, Louisiana
Life Clubs is a membe) .mr'T': r..mtI11It'ffQ'.. :{ : t REV.m. JOSEPH H.JAC KS ON ROY WILKINS
of the Girls Service \ crusade for freedom that will rouse our Chicago, Illinois New York, New York

League and Mt. Ararat) fellow citizens this REV.DR.MARTIN L.KINGJR. PAUL WILLIAMS
c to responsibility.
Baptist )
Church. ,
5 f; Atlanta, GeorgiaCARL Los AngelesCaliforniaBaltimore
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? HAVE YOU MURPHY
1t** *.* PARTIAL LIST
oooo 1fl 0000. : Maryland_.
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11NDBRJ1c : Made sure all members of '

11 : roiir family are registered? I Your Rights Can

Listen to Pepsi JF rrc__. Asked your minister to designate the Sunday before
r Be Won
With Your Ballot!
if Music-Quest Friday ) \ registration deadline as REGISTRATION SUNDAY .

*7k Hiht 10:30 to 11:00 I' and to preach a sermon on that day on the urgency of I Send this COUPON TODAY TO.. .
For Phone Requests registering and voting? I

"* EL 6-0461-2 .RooseveltB:. Organized car pools baby sitters and all other assistants I A. PHILIP RANDOLPH, ChairmanNonPartisan a

3 BIG FEATURES! to enable every member of the congregation Crusade to Register One Million g
to register? I New Negro Voters

** aP. Set up a telephone canvass of all your church I 8v.. 40lh Stn.ct.cw York 18. N.Y.. 18tb floor

members to remind them register? ..
; -. 1.. to add my. support to the on.P*rtis3n
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PLUS -"; HAVE YOIT Crusade. Enclosed '
.I is m) contribution of-$.

. : : ,Enlisted the and of all fraternal
participation
support I same . '. ... ... I
civic
I Hi VB social
BBb IBWv and political clubs in your community

j ; Ask your community J leaders to sign the CALL and I .Address .",;...., .. ., ., ,.. .
I clot release it to the local) press:: and support the NonPartisan ( '. ? ,;.:.':

AND .- Crusade with \.olrdollnrs as \vcll! energy. I City .. Zone State ...
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I: J-LA.DiI.aen'u 11C00000CHEItSIffi'IEW Sim.* Your Rights Can BeWon :, i i Please send mi.copies-of the Call To Negro
Tuts. Americans.
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TARZAN THE APE MAN With I I
Your Ballot!
AND'uHOmE Make all check payable to -Non-Partisan Crusadi*"
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