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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 15, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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

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
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 15, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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

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:

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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was sit-in prison sentence given demonstration farm to a by 45day county.Muni-, ., NAACP: Meet To Hear

SHOOTS MATES-Mrs. Betty Holmesleft) motherof
cipal Judge John San-
seven children is being held in city jail

,tcra.Johnsonaccording. for investigation in connection with the shoot-

policeis an alledged to ing of her husband while Mrs.Mildred Scrugginswas lIemocrat s RepublicansMrs.

leader of the ""Boom indicted Thursday for the May 25 shootingof
her mate.: ,
erang Gang11.Fines .

of $25 each Top Candidates Here Oct. 18
were levied on three Indicted
other youths charged Scruggins ; Congressman Diggs To Speak

with vandalism duringthe PRESIDENTIAL candidates, vice president Jail
riots.NAACP -4- .. Richard M. Nixon and Sen. John Another Held In City At Orlando ConferenceTAMPA

F. Kennedy have included

Activities i' Jacksonville o n their A Jacksonville woman is being held for the Charles C. Diggs of Ohio a nd

speaking campaign itinerary fatal shooting of her husband, while another either Barrington Parker Washington or John

x Tuesday, Oct.18.Nixonspeakes housewife ,is being held in city jail for a
Sunday Announced in Hemming Parkat ,gin Y .. Kellog of Cleveland, both Republican Committee

10:45 a. m. Kennedy ;: similar'' husbandkilling.Andrew .. members will address the final sessionSunday,

Marjorie Necks,Jacksonville xixoxwill be heard from the Scruggins,61, for the Oct.- 23- -of the- state NAACP convention Oct. 21-
NAACP Youth BurnellHolmes, second degree murderof 23 in Orlando
30 of 14 3: 8 JohnsonSt. -
Council secretary will Hemming Park rostrum at 8.00. p. m. her husband,64yearold Robert Saundersstatefield
died while under-
be principal speaker KENNEDY Arthur M.Scruggins.The director of the
when the local group going surgery at Duval shooting occurred organization: stated his fi

holds its regular week- Medical Cent er after last May 25 during group are not endors-
POLICE REPORTSMAN being shot, in the # candidate but .
,ly mass meeting Sundayat College ing any
"3:30 p. m.in Grant chest last Saturday, were "trying" t o get

Memorial AME Church, IS ATTACKED Race Question it was reported.Police' people out to vote in WbL.: I
said the fatal
927 Clay Street. BY UNKNOWN< TRIO November elections. jR
has beenreportedjwillenlighten shot was fired by Mrs. WE
Hiss Meeksit Reminders- Diggsof Detroitis a
Abraham 'Jones',' 30 'of .: '- '-_ ...-'TMfctjrHouU3cs28! wife i '. member of the .Democratic ,

her listeners concern- 1110 Acorn Street was INSTITUTE,'.*. Va..;.. 'A of ..the vic im. They National Committee. A

ing the purpose and objective jumped on and beaten Negro president of said the shooting- was .
of the current last three the result an argument r--T
Friday, by an intergrated college Q Women Steals
youth movement and will men at ,Union a n d I reminded his students between. man and ,Yk..
also give a progress Madison Streets, p o- that racial intergra- wife. $400 t+r H---.. '
report on the Jacksonville lice reported.The tion is a "two way Mrs. Holmes st a fed In Rings _

project. victim stated street"itwas learned that her husband had

Rodney Hurst, local that he was standingon here this week. been drinking when he jj '
president of the organization the corner when one I Dr:\WilliamJ.L.WiU- started the argument.She Jacksonville police CHARLES C. DIGGS. JR.
investigators are on
said she called
other members and hit iams
man came up reportedly stated
the look for
out two
and advisors will par- him.Shortly after he that"There are indi- her husband's brother
Negro women
ticipate on the pro- 'was attacked; by two cations that students to come and quiet him, ledgedly stole a tray Alex Wilson

gram.The public is in- other men.Victim said right here on this but he was not at of rings-52 in number

vited. he went home and call- I campus,are as prejudiced home.When her husband -Tuesday late.'!he own- Famed Editor
ed police. was takento I 1 as the meanest continued to followher S f:
er placed their valueat
Duval Medical Cen- demagogue; the South and as he started Dies Suddenly
$400polLce report-
Cuba To Host ter by police car.Po- ...There are Negro up to her she got a Andrew B. Holmes ed.

lice said the victimwas students bent on excluding .22 rifle and shot .
...shot by wife According to jewelry CHICAGOILL.Floridanative
300 NegroesHAVANAPremier intoxicated. white students him.The victim was store owner Glenn T..*
Patrolmen H. Edwards from student taken to Duval'Medical: Alex Wilson,51editorinchief
govern- family argument in the Hopson, 8125 Lem Tur- I
Fidel and E.Jefferson i n- mental positions and Center by Carter's ambulance couples home at 1599 ner Rd.the, two women I of the
Defender died
Castro, in return for vestigated. social honors." West 15th Street, but entered the store with Chicago
the hospitality whichhe Following the 1954 U. Det.Sgts'.F.A. Gruber Scruggins did not die Tuesday in va local
:st one engaging him i n
recently receivedin Supreme Courtdecision and W.C. Barber said until Sept. 6 i n a conversation, police hospital. <
Wilsonwinner of the
Harlem,would liketo SNEAK THIEF STEALS outlawing school .Mrs. Holmes was held Lake City Hospital. reported.The .

have 300 Negroes $37 FROM BILLFOLD segregationthe in city jail for homicide ".. -- Wendell tfilkie Award
owner rep o r t cd for the best feature
visit Cuba as guests operated West Virginia investigation. that the of
Oct.21-28, it was announced Julius Daniels, o f State College began Sgts.F.A.GruberW.C. 5 Whites FreedIn which were tray.i n an rings unlocked writing done in Negro

here this: week. 740 W. Beaver St. was intergrating its clas- Barber and patrolmen journalism in 1949 was

Only expense involvedfor the victim of a sneak I ses. J. Jackson and H. Assault Case display case also cited by his
at that time
thief who took Of the Edwards colleagues for work
the visitor is money total enroll- investigated.
one from a billfold and TA. A-Five white men, stolen by the other done during the Little
hundred dollars ment of 2,057 stud-
t o ran, police reports white # "# # # # # & accused in city courtof woman during the conversation Rock school inter-
help for ents, students
pay expense told
indicated.The chasing three N e- ,Hops on gration incidents in
of most of whom commute
chartering plane. The Duval C ,o u nty teenager while being police. 1957.
victim ed gro
s tat
Ordinary fare for sim- from 12-mile nearby
I grand jury Thursdayindicted armed with baseball Hopson told p 0 Ii c e It was during this
that when he ente red
ilar would be and other
trip $150' i Mrs. Mildred that the theft
his front door last bats and canes i n a time that he received
ajacent communities
less usual in not discovered until
downtown area were worldwide editorialand
Cuba. Wednesday he saw a I comprise 70 percent Trial Slated For freed after the following day. pictorial
young nan run out the of the student body.Dr. Tuesday a attent-
For those interestedin back door.He said the Williams state- hearing before Judge -19 Year Held For ion when he was attacked -
Poland Man Walter Burnside Jr. without receiv-
the opportunity of thief took $37 from a ment was carried on
seeing ,'Cuba through billfold and threw the page 1 of the student It was reported that Manslaughter ing Strious injury bya
police arrested the Little Rock mob.
their own eyes and not billfold on a chair. publication. MARIA.'NAA
Victim unable DELAND-A 40-year old five :in the Plant CitY'area 19year After having held the
through the manipul- was to old
ations of give description # ".. '* Deland Negro faces the scene of a Negro youth has- managing editor's post
a large pub- any '* # charges of assult with variety store which been bound over to cir-
lic relation's firm of the mansPatrolman of the Defender's Tri-
intent to murder Tuesday had integrated its cuit court on manslaughter State Defender in Memphis -
this is Robert L.
a rare oppor- Investigation shows in circuit court. lunch counters recently.T charges for the for seven
tunity at real.Tings.Interested Jenkins investigated.
that entrance was McKenzie Jacobs, is h e chase began auto-motorcycle colli- he was moved to the
t persons .. .. made accused. of pouring kerosene after the Negroes sion death of: a 19yearold
may contact Fair *. '* '* '* '* through a window were paper's top post here
For Cuba,60 E.42nd Play: on the ground fio or. over a Colored leaving the store. youthit has been in 1959.A .
New York, N.. Y. I OAKLAND ,SCHOOL ENTERED ,The door to Principal women and setting fire Plaintiffs stated no reported. World War 11 Marine
VALUABLE ITEMS STOLEN Roosevelt Madisonfe cf- to her-61othing.Victin threats were made and Grover Jackson Jr.,19of veteranWilson coveredthe

I fice was removed. A is saitUtorJiave recov- no blows struck in the Mariaima, will face Korean conflict as

Oakland lementary I .filing cabinet was' ered. Sept. 17 occurrence. hearing before Circuit a war correspondent.

School No.102, 12'3 0 pried open but nothing Court Judge Julian La-

Pippin St.was entered was .reported missing. Read the' FLORIDA STARTWICEAWEEK ramore for the Oct. 3

: last Wednesday a nd a The Coca Cola machinewas collision which: later FLORIDA STARIN
I1iDiy" -
resulted in the deathof
writing machine pried open and 17
valued at -$35, was bottles of Coca Co 1 17yearold motor- EVERY
stoienpoiice report- were taken. Wednesdays and Saturdays ;:" cyclist Lawrence Ever- COLORED HOME

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"liember of Astoeiated Negro Pre&iCrc Tallahassee- Florida Democratic Candidates

O. Slapton Cdiiot _. Campaign Headquarters has issued the following
C. >"Y uham JohaMar.--.,- _---Kna Still 1 'l ; %c rY statement:
KUdt Wootta Circulation D pL ....----- .J\ "Honda's Democratic
$13 Meocritf Read EL 4-1712 EL'4-1713 II .
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P. O. Box 151. Jacksonville I, Florida # group '

that .
UN You, W.CO; Half Year 3.00: Three Moalha. S1.M .,
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Mailed To You. Anywhere la The Unltsd S2al*. the
lwtiaviDtloa Payable la Advaact. Send Check or Monty Order TosfLOBIDA 1 tic ....
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The Civil Rights FightCivil ... )II I\ .. enjoy 'f Simpson r5
.. nee-

rights is one of the great unsettled issues : ; / 6 p: .. set forth by the

before the American people. Until this issue .. / fIs/ S r' .{ o f the
with full and l w ih( States.
is settled affirmatively equ- + y 44V
al rights for all, the promise of our democracywill } S j candidates have

not be fulfilled.The ounccli they believe

fight for civil rights today takes placeon ; ; : a conservative gov-
three fronts-in non-violent protest, in the which grants a

courts, and, most importantly, in the legislative of freedom to

halls of the federal and state governments. individual.

Six after the historic Supreme Court decision -
pledged to
on desegregation, school integration has I 4/&flfi/v(1 iS 'F 4 5. unconstituti-

toehold in of the states in -- _. --
gotten only a sane intrusion of the
others defiance of the Court is the order o f ONLY ,IT'S ELIMINATIONfIlL ENABLE US TO HOLD. OUR LEADERSHIP IN TIE eral government in

the day. Impatient at the delays and other violation U. N. educational

of their basic dignity, Negroes-mostly "by every leg-

students-have risen in protest against the refusal and con
of the executive and legislative branches I :--- Your Daily means."

of government to give life to decisions now legal ( suppose this means

and binding upon all Ancricans. __ Horoscope Guide t o comply

In the North as well as in the South,Kegro citizens the Suprcnc Co-

are defying economic sanctions, s oc ial : --. = WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 's ruling on seg-

pressures, and even threats of physical violencein BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL and enforcing

their determination to win full citizenship ; rules as the 1'u-
and equal rights to jobs, housing, education; By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER Assignment law. )

and dignity. announccncrt con

Sonic have advised the Negro tc :JTdLt his fightto :

economic rights and still othe ',3 counsel him Aries LeoBorn Democratic can-

to "go slow," be patient, and wait. ;But the deprivation have presented
23rd thru
of human dignity rankles deeply. Confronted March 21st thru April 19th July Aug., 22nd front in their
with the "Christians Only11"" sign at an Born Sot.. Oct. J S. A time to rejoice in sheer that taxes in
Sat. 15th-Togetherness. You would enjoy Physical health and vitality. Plan.a treat
otherwise public beach, the Jew does not react yourself more.when you have an agreeable for the family or a loved one for tonight 'Sot., need not be

in dollar terms nor is he willing to wait until companion with whom to share your pleasures7Jfesarb SUN so long as
the millcniuni for changes in human nature. Nor ,good influences. .friendships Oct., .growth 16. Favorable of affection.for intimate Plan is state's continued
16th-Environment. You could be a.
does the American of Italian descent comfort him- SUN. dinner and invite a few pals. is
\ producing
of domestic and iprnilv
in for a period Mon., Oct. 17. Adverse SUN.
self with the pride of homeownership when he isJcnied 'activity. You should contribute to the ease Uranus influences may put Venus an end square to and increas
membership in a neighborhood social club and happiness of your companions.Mon. marriage date. Avoid seeing a loved.one ) revenue.
Attraction. Glamour, or to avoid the day's difficult in an
17th- any- tangles.
because of his ancestry.Discrimination Tues. Oct. t Mon. alsd arc agreed
thing of an unusual nature bears the earmarks 8. Sun sextile Uranus allows
against many minority groups of a booby trap ,this morning. you ire able Wings to to win fly free from a bondage. Youd70111621871 the state's con-
still continues in this second half of the 20th Tue. 18th-Magnetism. A friend may have ag1Datl0n. from a burden by main must be rid

Century. Against no group in this nation, how- all the qualities you would expect from a Tues. its obsolete pro-
lifetime Recognize opportunities to !
ever, is it as ugly and all-embracing as against ,'promote partner.your creations. The I and archaic

the Negro. 6-90-99-12-53-699 in the strong

Until comparatively: recently the American Negro r I"A that the people

was forced to make the best of his plight Florida have a pos-

without open coraplaint.IIe survived in the South ve right to a plain

by accepting the jobs refused by whites and in Virqn clear statement

the urban North he was relegated to ghettos. TaurusBorn their basic lat'{.

These injustices have not disappeared from American Born Aug. 23rd thru Sept. 22nd '-zipg that Flo-

life but no longer does the Negro suf- school system
Sof., Oct. 15. You may make. gratifying-
fer in silence. Slowly but surely his will April 20th thru May 20th purchases of large household items or for Set.. made vast strides
to achieve full citizenship is asserting itselfin Sat.6 ISthEnvironment. There may be your wardrobe. Traveling favored. : is now among the
considerable excitement around the house: SUN., Oct. 16. A day of optimism aboi.
the in the nationthe
community. due to an unexpected visit or surprising. i personal relationships. Communicationover
Final victory must come in the nation's legislative development You stand to benefit. ; telephone brings happy results and have prom
halls where today's bonds will finallybe SUN. 16th-Gaiety. The reunion of loved: new affection. that the Democ
family outing, and romance Mon.. Oct. 17. Adverse Venus square
severed. The record of the nation's ones _games Uranus influences mis- will
two po- 'I may cause a major Party con-*-
'17th-Alertness. A sudden event take in
Mon. relationships. Think twice before
litical parties attire federal and state levels could bring trouble within the house or yoU speak harshly. tric brin to recognize

therefore, is of extreme importance to the Negro family early this morning. Keep things Tues.. Oct. 18. Favorable Sun sextile dam : need for quality
and to all others who believe in the true under control. Uranus environment allows you to make a change in based o n
your of
Tue. 18 Provldcnce. An unexpectedturn or career. day :
meaning of democracy. in circumstances- should help to solve tacts.influence educational gain happy con academic prin-

TIE NEGRO'S EMERGENCE f your problems. Do not repulse those who 3-10-88-19-81-318 in .

The American Negro's emergence as an economic want to be helpful.. ... -.-.. -
and political force- coupled with his determination 2-80-22-19-98-285 ( wonder if this is

to include ICeg-
to fight for equality--has signaledthe ; 'c Libra schools.Our vocat-

beginning of the end of second-class cit are poorly e-

izenship. Increased Negro voting registrationin Gemini Born 3P t. 23rd thni.Oct. 23rd : alit many tech-
the South well the Norththe steady mJetinr
as as
for old
Bern May 2Ut thru June 21stfat. Sot., Oct 15. Favorable : trades arc not
shift of Negroes from rural areas to Urban friends, getting on good terms with those in the
15thUplift. You should feel much who'are important to your career. Enter- traces
and that makesup
centers; a purchasing power now .Sot.,
better if you have had a good night's rest. tain. for Kcgrocs.
an important part of the danestic market, The encouraging example of your mate or SUN., Oct. 16. A splendid day for spiritual ant seems that the
have combined to give force to Negro demands associates also boosts morale. refreshment. Attend church. visit ing
friend who has high ideals, ethical in
for'full civil rights.The SUN. 16tb -Coziness. This should be at ophy today. philos- SUN.
within Countyat least
Negro can no longer be ignored.His "sit- ideal day for activities your own Mon., Oct. 17. Adverse Venus square life
have demonstratedhis Mon. 17th-Neutrality. Refuse to be drawn Uranus conditions make it wise to stay mostly service
ins" and economic boycotts now
near home, be particularly careful
into arguments while you are in transit this not to Mo. .)
demand social travel with eccentric people. -
for justice voting power Results can be achieved when you
morning Tues. l qific rccou ncn-
Oct. 18. Favorable Sun sextile
both and as a methods. with
present potentialserves adopt novel
Uranus give chance td
rays you a see your s" for a fair
warning to both major political parties that Toe. 18tb-Rccer.dYity. Be guided by the prospects more clearly. You may make an '
ideas that come like a bolt out of the blue. inspired move. for Flo
the of either outright rejection or mean-
days This could prevent domestic arguments loss 2-60-99-14-42-269 also arc promised.
ingless lip-service: to equality are now past. or emotional uosets. busy combined campaign

The growth of articulate Negro leadership 4-70-11-17-79-471- be directed from

alongside significant voting blocs in Northern. offices

industrial cities has forced both Democratsand Scorpio Tallahassee.

Republicans to re-evaluate their past 'cancerne

performances and plan new strategies. thru tWt..22M Maintained Modern
Bern Od. 24th *.
Boom 22nd thru July 22nd Strut Lighting

Adult Delinquency attending to Wt. Oct. 15. A fine day to consult people, ... Illuminating Engineers
Set.. Oct. 15. Favorable for If entertain find new friends, make decisions about if ? talking about street "I1*:
and mature you
home family
KING FERRY N.Y. list brief.. your .career. Accept an invitation them ] INTAINEDfar the word
,TRIBUNE: "Vandalism in the .this evening, make jour guest dress welL

public school system cost New York City's SUN.. Ocf. 16. You Trill enjoy new acquaintances SUN.. Oct. 16. The right time to visit a Jour$ installed neighborhood
Seek must
church today. reckon
met at with
taxpayers $500,000 last
year. person who is difficult to become acquainted fading
find it. Follow a efficiency
trill and
harmony you. the
"But those of us who don't live in New York conservative path. harmony with. You today.make a valuable friend- find Ing effects of darkening

City pay for vandalism Mwu Oct. 17. Venus square Uranus nen. .The abundance of tree
tooanother kind of brings about a bad period for budding Moiv. Oct. 17. Adverse Venus square Me., ,. fa.alao aD
vandalism. It's not a vandalism caused by delinquent romances. You may fall prey to many Uranus rays may keep you from accomplishing .Iye the number ofPfootcandles
,,let imagination get the upper what you have hoped. You may to maintain
youths, but by delinquent adults. It suspicion be delayed indefinitely today. maT a safe and
hand of true knowledge.
is caused by those of us who ask for and support T....., Oct. t 8. Sun textile Uranus heralds Tues. OcKjS. Sun sextile Uranus gives 7 this na street output lighting of light.
A you a chance to make good on a plan res., can
bold ventures.
unnecessary spending by either the federal thought clear side which for has been career simmering may which you have cherished.: Fine for litiga active on ne the the confusing glare of
state local tion.A Rift arrive without the donor' road.Item n diStribU
or government. It is caused 1)1't'dt! name attached.may ,= atterns of i illuminati
by those of us who shrug our shoulders and say 9-40-55-12-72-945 Iht1Jbbe It can Ugh
'so what' when we learn of inefficiencies and 1-30-44-17-27-134 front lawn and sidewalk
.c invading the privacy of
wastefulness in some government operations." your living room M porch.Satut"daT" .




Saturday October 15, 1960 !!Qt rtomDA fu PogaTiftftt
__ \
..... -. --

.:. ,. ,; I. .. im i. PeopleMany
: ;.

friends of Mrs. Sadie Ray who is ill in
; I
.i Brewster Hospital will be pleased to learn tfe&t

By Louise G. Guinyard she is recuperating and able to receive vt. L-
tors. Mrs. Ray is a member of Bethlehem Baptist

Les Treize Andes, which presented its first Churchserves on Usher Board 2 and is also a
,debutante ball in 1953will have twentythreedebs member of the Matron's Society.
to bow to society at its third triennial
ball Friday evening, December 23in the Duval
County Armory kp. Mrs. Mable Reese, associate editor of the
Mrs. Doris A. Joneschairman of the cotillionand f icy A Daytona Beach News-Journal, will be Found er%
Mrs.Carolyn J.lillerchairman of the Mothers E ; Day Speaker at Bethune-Cookman College Sunday,

Club, are elated over the response to invitations it was announced by Dr. Richard V.Moore, pres-
extended to the carefully selected ident. Mrs. Reese,one of the nation's most outstanding

Individuals last spring, and over the excellent women in the field of journalism, has
progress report of the 1960 Cotillion on been awarded the coveted Lovejoy Award for courageous -
civic and welfare work that helped to estab- action.
lish their eligibility. On the brink of their *
formal presentation to Jacksonville society, Women's Day Committee of Grant Memorial AME
these girls have a keen awareness of their If ,a': w1'S 1 Church will sponsor a fashion show MondayOct.
responsibility to the community in which they 24. Hats designed specially for the event will
live, evidenced by projects carried on duringthe 1 be modeled by the designer,Mrs. Janie F.Cannqi
sterner at the Girls Parental Home,Brews- :+ I- Sponsors of the event are lirs...Uvenice McQueen
ter Hospital, 'and Juvenile Shelter of Duval a f'- Miss Arey Chrispinand Mrs. Janie Cannon.
County. i 1 *

Included in the forthcoming cotillion are # I t Baptist Ministers Wives Alliance will sponsor -

three sets of sisters, two of'whom are pictured n an autumn tea Monday, Oct. 17 at 5 p.m. at
in our column this weekMisses Penelopeand 3 Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Program participants
Marvine Tolbertand others who will be will be Mrs. B. W. Williams,Mrs.W.C. Whitten ,
presented weekly until the presentation.Miss Mrs. P. L. Green, Mrs. Essie Grcssctt and Mrs.

Penelope Cynthia Tolbert,daughter of Mr \ $ H. II. Robinson, president. ,
and Mrs. Harold K. Tolbertis, a Junior Physi-
cal Education major at Florida A&M University Friends are requested to visit Mrs. Thelma G.
Tallahassee, Florida. She is a graduate of Cobb who is confined at Brewster Hospital after
having undergone an operation. She is a member
New Stanton Senior High School, where she was
voted the Most Outstanding Band Freshman" in and music director of choirs at First Baptist

1955-56, later became section leader of the Church.
flutes and SESSIONOfficers and staff members of the Edward Waters College
tant FIRST advisors recently in.. Mrs. Beulah King of 743 W. Church Street has
the Tiger's Claw met with faculty
leader and piCC01QasSiS-1 Library ,annex. Standing, top photo, from left are Joseph C. Paige, returned to the city after having attended the
-- funeral of her brother Austin Dupree in New
officer Carrie Walker Editorin- ,
t. t. Ray Singleton, business manager; I
of her r chief Mack FreemonGreene' sports editor; Rosa Freemonspecial editorRalph Orleans. She is a member and serves with Usher
ity an award at .. -L: circulation manager, Charles Wells,' artist. Seated fran left : Board 10 at Mt. Ararat Church.
: -.,' *
graduation and a band David Myers, Marjorie Meeks, Floyd Kirkland, Martha Williams, James :
scholarship to Florida A Clark Annie Pearl Smith, Johnnie Williams, Catherine Marshall, Jesse t J Friends may be interested to learn that Mrs.
.and M University. .. Blue Onedor Hunt, Deloris McKenzieJohn KellyVivian TolliverSolaaon Elnora H. Johnson, 1016 E. Union street is recuperating -
Miss Penelope Tolbert Dempsey andwhich Edward Fredrick. Bottom Photo shows evening division officers i at home after having been confinedat
from left I Brewster Hospital. She is a member of Mt.
also met in their first session recentlySeated
Miss Tolbert
continues to be active in stu-
Zion AME Church Branch Home DemonstrationClub
Morris assistant treasurer ,
dent affairs at FAMU, and excels in her major are Adrian Smith, business managerViola B. : board of management,Y\'CA and other civic
llitchellas- ,
field of training. She is a member of the ; Mack Baker, assistant business manager; Charletta : visitors.
She is able receive
Wilbert A. Walker, president; Mrs. Mary M. Laura, ,j groups. to
Education 'Club sistant
Physical Women's IntramuralClub secretary; tt *
is student assistant in her physical vice president; Rev. Oliver P. Overstreet, chaplain. ;
(PHOTO 'nY AVERY) 1 Blue Light Savings Club will sponsor a trip
education classes, and plans to further her around the world Friday, October 28.Buses will
education in the field of physical therapy.' hone of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bland,4711 Avenue B. Deltas .I stop at 8th and Myrtle with the last stop being -
Miss Marvin Agatha Tolbert,like her sister, Mr. John Floyd, president, presided over the Program made at 1485 W. 10th Street. There will Ije
is also a student at Florida A&M University meeting viiich emphasized also the newly organ Annual"Worship plenty of refreshments.
She is classified as a sophomore where she isa ized Club at Edward Waters College.St ant on Slaw ,
speech therapy major. A product of local Theodore Dansbyand Fred Smith are sponsors of
schools,she .was co-editor of the :1959 Stanton- I the club. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority New Stanton Sr. Founder's Day
ian, student announcer for the school, playedthe ; * I Jacksonville \

leading role in the senior class playandwas News of our. bridge clubs next week.'Til then, Alumnae Chapter sets n''Great Debate' CelebratedBethune :.r
its annual fall worship
considered "Most senior
Dependable" among So Lon ZBirthday {
Service for Sunday eveningOctober At New Stanton S e n- College-
from New
superlatives prior to her graduation I
Feted Abyssinia's 16, at : for High School the
Stanton Senior High School.At 7 p.m. at Mt.ZionME second hour American DAYTONA BEACHFlA.EethuneCooknan '.-

FAMU, Miss Tolbert is For Mrs. BrownMrs.B.F.Brownwas Activities ChurchHeaverandNew- History class held a C o 1-
active in The Newman Club, y c nan Streets, Rev. 1!.& reproduction of the lege observed Found-
I AnnouncedService Foster Pastor. er's DaySunday, Oct.
Playmakers' Guild, The xy "Great Debate"as seen
Florida A&M University I the for Sunday The Sorority presents ..1 on television recently the 9th with an address -
newspaper staffand, serves :' i happy recipient of; a will begin with Sunday this program annually ; between the presi- given by Mrs.
as Student Library. Assis- birthday party recently school at 9:30 with to introduce its pur- .j.: dental candidates.This Mabel Karris R e e se,
tant in the Coleman Li- when Mrs.Ethel N O.ens the superintendent W. poses and activities :: activity was designedto Associate Editor o i
brary.She spends much time and Edward L. Brown R.McNeal in charge. to the conmunity.Sorer: : create more inter- the Daytona Beach
preparing herself for Miss Marvine Tolbert sponsored the event at Morning worship a t Lillian G. ScallPre- ; est in current events. News Journal.

future clinical work in the speech therapy and the residence,4 522 11 a.m. with the pas- sident of the Sorority j The class was fortunate President Richard V.
psychology fields. Highland St.Southside. tor, Rev.B.L.wynnandofficers who has recently to secure the Moore stated that
Les Treize Amies members headed by Mrs. Florence A hugh threetieredbirthday in charge. returned from the 26tn service of Mrs. L. G. Mrs. Reese was one Df
L. Wilson, may be seen elsewhere on this cake flanked B.T.U. 5:30 with the National Convention of i I I i ColemanPrincipal o f the outstanding wozner
page. by numerous gifts enhanced president Deacon Hud- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority ;;j. Forest Park Elementary in the field of Jour-
# # # # the table anda son Hordan residing. Chicago HI :',j School, to discussthe nalism having won the
We will leave possible results, of the FAMU- fall motif of glads .District willsponsor states that Delta is, !i Democratic Platform Lovejoy Award for cou-
South Carolina State football encounter t o and seasonal flowers a pineapple sipin: nationally !J!f and its own rageous action.
sportscasters, but SOCIALLY SPEAKING we anti- completed the colorful in the basement o f Delta's most important ;,; Principal, Charles D. StudentsgradU3tesandfaculty
cipate a colorful and exciting week-end. As we scene. A buffet the churcha t 4. A program is its Five :: Brooks, to discuss the of Bethune-

have often told you and as many of you know .luncheon was served. program has been arranged Public Service p r o- i Republican's stand. Cookznan College heard
from personal experiencesSouth Carolinians; are Guests includesMrs. for this occasion. jecta--Library, Job '. Mrs. Reese say, "Mary
the epitome 'of friendlinessand plans are being Lessie StaffordM r Members of the Red Opportunities, MentalHealthVo1unteers .! Mrs. Clemen t i ne M. McLeod Bethune bore a
made by The Florida AWI University Alunni and Mrs.W.M.Turner,Mr. Circle, and Young Matron for j Harris, teacher i n* torch..She carried it
Club and Jacksonville residents who are grad- and Mrs.Ralph TisdaleMr. Society are re- Community Serviceand charge of this special with high purpose and
- uates of S.C. State to reciprocate in kind. and Mrs.Ern t quieted to meet atS:. C r International. : lesson-project received undomitable coura g e.
Many wonderful social affairs are being planned OwensMr. and Mrs. D. Saturday at the church, Everyone in th e entire many compliments She carried it in a
around the "Bulldogs" *and company,includi a Gordon, Mrs. CynthiaKingMrs.Doria to receive transportation -- Jacksonville from staff and faculty Jungle infested with
bonfire Friday evening,0ctober 28at the Lin- Grant, to the association connrunity is invitedto members for this time- the wild animals o f
coln Golf and Country Club. ,and children,Joyce and at Lake CityThe attend this service ly learning. experience ignorance, prejudice,
# # Cassandraa n d Mrs. Sunday chorus will which is Delta's 'I hatred, fear and sus

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Riley have returned to Marie Williams. meet Saturday at 5:30 initial activity for picion."

their Durkee Drive residence after an extended for rehearsal. the year.
vacation which took them to New OrleansLouisiana ,.
; E1 Paso, Texas; MexicoLas VegasNevada;
II S Yea Doa't Have to Cie to Town to Gt
Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; and PTA SPONSORS

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma LOW
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Parker of DetroitMich PRICES

,igan were traveling companions of the Rileys, .HOLD MEETING
and they were royally entertained by Mrs. Rileyts .
sister and brother-in-law. Oklahoma City. 5 SMAKES12SKIN o.y.
:* # # # # # # # The PTA of Duel1

October 16, 7:00 p.m., will find JacksonvilleDeltas Cookjsan School will DRUSTORENEEDS
gathered at Zit.- Zion ,A.H.E. Church for meet Wednesday Oct.19 :

heir annual worship service. BLEACHES at 7:30 p. m. in the Trafe Wits y..,Nrffhb*.. Dnf Store
Mrs. Lillian G. Smallpresident of local Delta School Cafetorium. WI WILL MIlT ANY PRICES ADVERTISED IN YOUR LOCAL PAPER
Sigma Theta sorors, states that the service is "OLD FASHIONED"fintpi1 Ish Brant, Superintendent W.Dativev-W.Alto Fill All Doctors' Pr.wfptlo.s t
a part of their public service program. of Public Instruction
Mrs. Hazel w. Over-streetMrs.tillie B3.a.d Miss Hazel Brut on Mri Koylfcstlne'BowmanL Guest Speaker. Dixie Pharmacy'n02
fyrtle Turner, MLsS Padrica.J.fendezJ1rs.. Ruth A fine program will
D. Ifrers, Miss Helen S toddard,Mrs.Sybil Butler 6pNau dark be presented.All parents
and Mrs._ Sallye Hathis ccaprUe the planning .dpow" are asked to be KINGS ROAD of MYRTLE AVENUE
PHONES EL 5.5597.98PAY
committee for the service.. bass Skin onar. present and friendsare
*. invited attend
The Jacksonville Alusni Chapter of Kappa Alpha SAY YOU SAW IT INTHE YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

Psi Fraternity outlined its program for the BILLS AT OUR STORE

current year at a meeting held recently in ,the Minufidurtn of POin./. .,pmot."Th..Jar with iht Star FLORIDA STAR .



Saturday, October 15-1960
ftmrv-t"'... *.-IMS. .. .... -.. _a __ __.....
.. qza r .vq
Women's. ..,Day r MINISTERS

.Big Success At n 1.z- it MEETING .

Following a 30-day
The annual Wonen's Day vacation period, the
program at New Bethel Baptist MinistersBrotherhood "

AKS Church; was succes.s .- of Duval
*' fully climaxed 1 a a tSUI1dq' and surrounding counties Granduers
Charity Club will _
't4a present a big b
when M A resumed activit-'
r s at
zaar 2934 Begonia Road Saturday
starting at
Beatrice Williams a ies MondayOct. 10. '
4:30 Old
p.m. fashioned booths refreshments
daughter of Bethel Tern Rev. H. H. Robinson, will
prizes the
provide setting until
pie for nearly fbrty- president announces Public is invited.
years '-as principalspeakerchallahged i the organization's

the I r.4wy schedule for October: HHHHHHHHHHHHH 1 H:
women to"new ventures"as Oct.17discussion of
she spoke forcefully the subject"Regeneration" Rev.. George Price will conduct the sermon as St
: Mathew Baptist Church Moncrief and 28thw hen
from. her "Nob-
subject, by Rev. W. C.
the women present a program in interest o f the
lest Features of a New Neal, pastor of St.
Women's Progress" Thomas Baptist Church rally Oct. 23..rs.. Ruth McMillan,guest soloist

Probing deeply intoher Oct.24, "Sanctification and other well-known musical groups and talents

spiritual foundation ," by Rev. J. C. will appear on the program.

for over the past Rogerspastor of Macedonia .
*******",'L, ,.o J:It
fifty yearsthe speaker .-r g 3 Baptist Church,
eloquently superimposed Oct.31, "Preservationof
A tip cf 1M ,Pcpti 'C,> t* her text from Revela- Dr. William H. Gray, Jr., (left) minister o f ( the Saints," Rev.J. Second Baptist Church, Rev. J. C. Sams, Pastor,
this. UUtaa41q 7ftjaI Bright Hope Baptist Church.Philadelphia chats C. Sams will observe its 110th anniversary Nov. 6 -14.
Aaiirleuu wha auk nr tions, 2nd Chapter, "I pastor of
country and our ecmIaDltr. will Give Everyone o f with Dr. Jessie L. Brownprofessor of English, Second Baptist Church. Representatives from various professional. fields
a bttttr p>se.in which to ttrt.ARTHUR
following the 19th annual convocation exercisesat will participate on the program.5HHRHHHHHHCSHHHS8HK8HK.
You According t o Your Heard over a local
works." Hampton Institute which formally marked the radio station each
*** Here was strong emphasis opening of the college's 93rd academic year.Dr. *

uI laid on the criti- Jerome H. Holland (third from leftpresidentof) Saturday from 12:45 to

E Et I :, cal blows and severe Hampton Institute is an interested spectator.A 1 p.m. is one of the The Southeast Georgia and East Florida Youth and

impact striking at the consultant in guidance for the Pennsylvania department ministers of the Bro- Adult Associations will meet Saturday i n Green
q very. heart o f family of public instructionDr. Gray gave therhood and the i r Cove Springs at the Church of God in C h r i s t.

1' life due to the new the convocation address on the subject"HamptonFor choirs. Starting time, 8:15 p.m.

av .: it- .. ': *, women's venuture into All Americans" before faculty and members, Rev. J.C.Sams and the

business, society and of the senior class in formal academic l grab and' choirs of Second Bapt- JHBHHHBHHSHHBHHBHHHHiAn -
r professions. members of the undergraduate student body. ist Church will be appreciation program will be presented i n

Mrs.Williams is editor T- heard the \\month of honor of Rev. A.B.Blair Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. i n

C. PERU of Missionary Magazine SUNDAY SLATEIS Usher's Union October. Emanuel Baptist Churchit. was announced by Rev.S. .

New Stanton W.M.S. ANTE Churchmember Rev. D. B. Barnes and L. Dadgerpastor. Outstanding citywide tal-

Pepsi-Cola of the General Program Oct; 16 the choirs of Sweet- ent will feature on the progranuThe cooperation
Arthur 10-1 conference since 193 IS ANNOUNCED field Baptist Church of all is requested.
"' will be heard the monthof
of New Stanton. He is and represented Florida The Friendly Usher's
president of his at the United Church Union have programmeda November. JHHHBttHHBBHK J.
home to be heldat Chairman and cochairman .
room business Women's conference held Revival Hour obser- -
of the, Royal: Crusaders manager in Denver,Coloin 1958 Bethel Institut- vance Sunday startingat of the program committee Rev. Dallas J. Graham, Pastor of Mt. Ararat

member of the Student,, She was a member of the ional Church for Sun- 2:45 p.m. in at Sinai are Rev.R.Lea- Baptist Church and Dr. R. W. Puryea, presidentof
Council Band National Council o f day will follow the Baptist Church/ee nder Jones and Rev.H.L. Florida Normal and Industrial College will

Business, League, and Youth Church Assembly and a regular order. The and Sixth streets.Rev Herodrespectively. head the speaking staff on the 67th ann u al

Sunday School teacher.a former instructor with pastor, Uev.Robert H. II.H.Robinson is host session of the East Florida and Bethany B a p-
; the Duval school Wilson announces that Association which convenes in Zion Hope
system pastor.
** ;
he will
and holds other posi- preach from Hrs.II.Dukes will introduce Baptist Church, 1198 W. Church St., Oct.19-23. '
tions of both religiousand the subject"A Church Mistress of SECOND BAPTIST
civic That Amazes" in the iHHHHHHHH'
importance Ceremonies Mrs.Brown.
Jacksonville. morning worship.The Music for the event- McMillian Pastor of Grant Memorial
'm- Baptist Training OBSERVANCEHistoric Rev. J. T. ,
Mrs.R.N.Sneedm a d c Union will meet at will feature Miss L. AKS Church, will deliver the annual sermon ten
history through having rloyd and Irs.Dorothy':
t 5:45 o'clock in the Second Deaconess Boards 1 and 2 of Mt. Olive Primitive
J. raised the largest afternoon under the Acosta, soloists;Ht. Baptist Baptist Church observe Joint anniversary ser-
chorus Church is
Sinai's male making
financial reportjnthe direction of Rev.Isa- vices Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church auditoriumJHHHHHKHHHHHKHHHJiHHHJ
and choral class. plans for its 110th
history in the Sunday
dore Edwards.
School during Women's Evening Deacon Alvin Lowery anniversary and the -
service begins at 7 pn second of its
I Day celebrations. will offer devotionand pastorRev.J.C.SarnsNov.610
The message ill be
I crown was bestowed upon delivered the prayer, and remarks Conducted under the theme,Always be Ready,"Lay
by pastor -
TERRY 'the will be heard it has been announcedthis men's be
pastor's w i f e, speaking from the Daywill held Sunday at Ebeneezer another (
New Stanton I Mrs.Estella Jones for To by President PhillipAlbackRev.H.H.iiobin week. local methodist churches. annual program -
subject Steps
Carolyn is a member having far outdistarced Readiness., The program is being is being observed on a worldwide basis.
ot the 12-9 cl assThe all captains snTgroup son, dth announcementsby featured around out-
choir for theday's
*LeLahet s Teenage Club leaders in the finan- the union secretaryof standing representatives ***********, H8HH8
*Senior Annual Staff, cial contest. adult service be the Ushers Union. from the religi-
and Librarian young group.Exercise Mrs. Pearl Tiinnions ousbusiness and civic Maxie Williams
of the Highly complimentedfor Jr. will be heard in a musucal
Marching Blue Devils his able services t will give a reading, fields and the: various recital Sunday: at 8 p.m. in the auditorium o f
*Band. rendered since takingover Your Privilege and Usher Boards 1 churches will also be Tabernacle Baptist Church. The event i s being

*** as pastor in 1957, As A Citizen i and 4 of Mt.Sinai will featured each night.On sponsored by the Florida State Rally, Mrs. Mau-
was the Rev.Frank J. I serve. Mrs. Fredpsio Nov.6the opening dell Story, president.
s ,. Jones, pastor. VOTEON Graham is the spon- night's service will .
Others cited for the ELECTION DAY soring organization's center around events ***************

success of the event . ;. secretary. under supervision of ,
I were Mrs. L. Alston the choirs with Mrs. Top talent and an outstanding program is being
who was awarded the G.C. Vaught and Char- planned at Emanuol Baptist Church-Oct. 17 a t

'. "Token of Love" for les Maxwell directors. 8 p.m. when Rev. A. B. Blair will be c i t e d

having raised the highest Volunteers for the during an appreciation program. vent takes

,amount of money commemoration follow: Place in the
tT Rev. J. C. SarasMrs. auditoriumPublic is invi
among captains ted.
from Mrs. Elnora Mc- ": Allie Rountree, A.
Heard Jr.,Hrs.Annie L
EDDIE SIMON ,Bridegeneral chairman. Jt JtJt JtJtJtJt nn JtJt Jt1Jt
- New Stanton 'of the day.3ETHLEHEM. IMIIk' HuffMrs.Mary Bowdry,
Mrs.Minnie Weathersbe

Eddie serves as vice w P Mrs.Stella LucasMrs. Ish BrantSuperintendent of public instruction

president of Journalism CHURCH. Alice Anderson, Mrs. will be the 11 o'clock worship speaker and Dr.
Club also subs- Roberta A. HallMrs. William B. Stewartpresident of Edward Waters

titute Sunday school OUTING PlANNED Annie FlemndngMrs.B. College speaks at evening services beginning at

teacher at Day Spring McCulloughMrs. 6:30 p.m. when annual Men's Day is celebrated

Baptist Church.Hobbies *. District 4 of Bethle- Jones, Mrs. CorneliaSamsMrs.Beatrice Sunday at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church.WHHttHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHfr .

are Singing and draw-, hem Baptist Church Wil-

ing. will sponsor a bus bornMrs.Gladys Vaught

* * trip to New Berlin Rev. Louis Aaron, Mrs.
Saturday at 8 p.m.Bus Juddie LamarMrs.Leola A rally for benefit of the renovation prqgram at

* Listen will leave from the Harris, Dan Lonon, St. Mathew Baptist Church,28th and Mbncrief, is
lk church. being sponsored by Mrs. tea Watkins, Mrs. E.
* Music-Quest Friday Sunday School will Mrs Mary Louise Lee. Levy and Mrs. E. Hozendolph Oct. 23 with Rev.

it Nlba 10:30; to ::11:00 begin, Sunday at 9:30 Nellie Mrs.Annie WestMrs.Ellen GrantMrs George Price as speaker. Mrs. Ruth McMillan and
with the superintendent other well-known talent will appear on the pro-
*' For' Phone Requests Deacon Eugene Whittie, Mrs. Nellie fram. Other groups and organizations are invited
. EL 6-0161.-1 Sawyer incharge.Morning Bradley, Mrs.Alice F. as program participants.

* worship at 11 o' 1400 WRHC 1400 Roundtree.G.W.MonissetteJames -
* clock with choir and *
Usher Board 1 serving Carrie SingletonAmosEaley. The women of Bethany Baptist Church celebrate
through the day.Sermon annual Women's Day Sunday, Oct. 23. Mrs. A. A*
* will :be delivered by Mrs.Marie Frederick, Ricer president of the Women's Convention o f

* the Rev. Mr.Anders on. \ George WalkerJohn C. Qsanuel Baptist Church will be morning worship
* pastor. .TRAIN Hurston, Mrs. Alberta speaker. Evening program speaker will be Mrs.
Cub Scouts meet Mon Williams, A.Fleming, Annie Ruth Brown of First Baptist Church.4HHHHHHHHHHH8HHKHHH& .
dar'at 5:30 p.m.Boy 89 P.M. 121 Nightly- Mrs Alexina Johnson,
Mrs. Alean W. Tarver
'.Scouts an d, Junior *
Choir at 5:30 p. m. SWEET CHARIOT Mrs.Leroy Lucy Anderson.L. Trembleand The women of Mt. Zion Baptist Church will observe

,.,.. ,Cell Tuesday.. Prayer meefr- 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Women's Day celebration Sunday,0 ct. 23. may
ing,7:30 p.m. Chcir'l Friday Corine Waters is chaiman and Mrs.
'....... .; Brown,
and Usher Board 2 coordinator.
J......,... meets Wednesday-8 Features i SAY YOU SAW IT IN .Jt.Jt.................
.. <. % BLUES_ IN THE KNIGHT THE.FLORIDA STAR The women of Mt. Z ion Baptist Church met.an

.., ..,' ,. I 1Ot3012: organized conzaittees for the annual Women's ,
.... ..... ......'"'...... -"jr-voTE'-.... -' .... ."'" .. < Monday Thru Saturday program for Sunday,Oct. 23. Eby
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I i Wilder Leather Pushers t I'.,.!..:"' i #" __ ""J"r f.. ':._.-.. 4. ..--.:--';...:.-,.-."......''.;. ."..:.;..s [ Morris Brown SPORTING UP

Start Training October 17 C".., In 20-2 Win

ATLANTA Ua. It was toe
Coach Julius Guinyard Wilder Park much fullback lot the Bcthum

Club's candidates start training for ;Cookman Wildcats .as the Morris

round of amateur matches Monday, Oct 1 l"Qwn Wolverines dealt the: Wild SAN FRANCISCO-Lou Spadia, business manager of
resounding defeat 20O.
i cab a
L was announced this week. the 9fers, announced that the team was cleanin
It was the hard running of AI
Originated in 1952, 1 Wilder imprcssivd bert Sharpe: that accounted for its acquisition of Olympic sprinter Ray Nor-

the local boxing club amateur has been ini- r the' Wolverine: scores. ton. We knew Norton wanted to compete in the

boasts one of the finest The PUI1>Wolverines reached Olympics, so we didn't even approach hirn, ia
tiated against Cherry pay dirt on their first drive wit
records o f any Point and Camp Lejune .the 215-pound bruising fullbad said.
of :leather pushers from Bessemer. Ala.. Calvin (tlu
group Marines F t. BraggtsParatroopersFt. .
Bull) Thomas.ort tackle
in the country. Ben- t.j for 20 yards. Champ
t Wilder Florida AAU ningGa.ShawDonaldsonMcDill The pas from renter was wide I960 Major/ League

record to date shows: 30 the point after touchdown
airforce i it. was missed."< This wasn't all to
State Novice champs, bases and Jbcksonvflle- the big boy, for, from time tc BATTING !;lUmcls ,aoston..320:
1953-54 runners-u time after time he refuse tc
19585runners-tp; Senior p, Naval base.Through be stopped by the leaking Wild. Croat, Pittsburgh ... ....... .325 SmithChicago. S .315

the monthof t.r cat line. Larker Los Angeles ...... .323 I
division, 1953, '56, I Oct.t h e.boxers r With six minutes left In thri Mays, San Francisco ....... .319 Mince, Chicago ........... .311

f59Novice champs Gol- will hold MondayWed- first half, Thomas took a hand deratmte Pittsburgh ...... JU Skowron New York ....... .309
den Gloves I off from ho Fine Quarterbacl Kuehn, Cleveland .......... .303
and Friday 'a John V.' Dl"isnd bulled Boyer, St. Louis ........... .304
1 nesday overfrom Sievers, ........... 2.95
1956jO pen division sessions b e- the five Alherl Sharp add Moon, Los Angeles ........ .299
runnersuP,1955thirdplace,1956 night ed the PAT. Adcock Milwaukee ........ .298 b Robinson Baltimore ....... .294
ginning at 7 o'clock. N I Francona, Cleveland ....... .292
and 0 Cepeda, San Francisco ..... .297 !
p en Coach Guinyard sta- This Vvas all or the scoring Fox, Chicago .............. .289
division champs in96X ted that boxer 16 until Frfj liman Clarence William Eohinson, Cincinnati ...... .297 Power, Cleveland .........: ..283I
Veterans returningto any from Nashville, Tenn., Wills, LOT Angeles ..... .. .293 ( Aspromonte, Cleveland .... ..288I

WilderTs squared cir- years of ageand older caught a 30.yard pass from ('o- I j Williams, Kansas City ..... .288
and in good physical Captain; Kli June* to put the I a
cle fold this
year are condition is welcometo hall In scoring i O'ition. j
Nathaniel WrightJohn tote Fullback James 1 HOME
try out for the SUbstl-I' : RUNS
ny ThomasHarry Mat- 1 climaxed the drive that I Banks, Chicago ..... ........ 41

thewsRobert Gaffney team. l on the Ill-yard line Aaron, Milwaukee ........... 40 ,I Mantle, New York .. ........ 40
: yard touchdown. Sharpe again j j Marts New York ........... 39i
Mathews, Milwaukee ........ 39
Donald Isreal Joseph Ir split the upright j jChamberlain's
Yankee Rookie i ir i Lemon, Washington ......... 38i
MurchisonFrank Bris- Boyer, St. Louis ........... 32 I I Colavlto, Detroit ............ 35

bane,Jemes Ea r 1 y, The Hits New York Home Yankees Run re. r I Robinson, Cincinnati. ...... .. 31 j I I Killbrew, Washington ....... 31

Milton Harrel,Leonard vealed another Negro catcheras I

BrownWillie! B. Cole- they closed out the season HEAD COACH-ATHLETIC j r him nt 212 Young Street, ;. haven for I
man John HallKelvin over the weekend in the per. DIRECTOR/A S. "Jake" Gaither ex-Rattlers Kattfrr Boosters, educators RUNS BATTEDINAaron RUNS BATTED-IN
son of Jesse Gonder, rookie I visiting cotchcs' MangramRonald Roose brought up from Richmond. Coach Alonzo Smith Gaither, athlct, and friends. Tip Wins Game Milwaukee .. 126 Maris. New York .......... 112
ve1tJoe Howard Gonder's first major league head football couch and athletic director Prior to ix-roming head coach antilin'C.tor Mathews. Milwaukee 124 Minoso, Chicago ............ IQS
bit was a homer into right at Florida A&M University, ( : of athletics) at Florida A& fUnivf'r"it E Wertz, Boston ............. 103
Timothy Ford,0harlesRichburgJames was honored as the "Cinch of theDecade" LA DICE,Kan.WiltChamberlain's Banks, Chicago .... 117Nuys
had .. .
field bullpen which he hit last ), Owich: Gaithcr served Lemon, Washington .. 100
Eaker Friday night against the Red during the 2.5t1 anniversary I as l head) coach of Henderson flickof San Francisco ........ 103 Gentile Baltimore ......... 99
of the 1K Per Coy t Wrong ( ;N.C; : ) Institute and St. Paul Polytechnic Boyer, St. Louis 97 I .
Alby Grissom,. George Sox in the seventh inning I Club in Atlanta last Janua.y. This .Institute in Lawrencevillc the wrist"t o tip 1 ,
ButlerFrankie niadtrI when he punch hit for pitcherArt 1 was a tribute to the fine example Virginia. He I got the winning habitat in a two-pointerwith J I
Ditmar.On Jake Gaither lam set in sport circles Henderson and lost it at St. Paul. I PITCHING
Glover n d Kenneth Saturday, the youn. and the respect he has bur his fellowmen After receiving the master of science less than 10 seconds .. PITCHING

Wilson. rookie was given the starting and the respect he received: degree from Ohio State Universityin to playg a v e the j W. U
\ : __ ; assignment liy Casey: Stengel from them 1937, Jake Gaither came to Florida Philadelphia i'Iarriorsa \v. L. I
and the husky; youngster did His 15-year record of 120 wins A&\f as a backfield aide to head i' I Coates, New YOlk ........ 13 3
I FLORID1STAR I, au excellent Jul I in addition to 20 losses, and four ties places him coach Bill Bell. He was named head 104-103 win over McDinicl, St. Louis 12 4 Brown Baltimore ........ 12 :5
,i knocking in 'I'If' of two runs i i.be aiming the great football coaches of football coach, athletic director, and the St.Louis Hawksin : Bro lio. St. Louis 21 9 }j Bauman. Chicago ........ 13 6
IN EVERYCOLORED i this era. lie is not only Florida's head of the department of physical Law Pittsburgh 20 9 I ISp.lhn \ Pierce. Chicago ..... ..... 14 7
Ilomhrrs scored in the
.j liird.C1IAUGING i I winningcst ithali coach; hut one of education and health in 1945. Coach a pro basketball exhibition Milwaukee .'.. 21 10 j Forntcs Boston ......... 10 Shonors
HOP.1Z ( the winningest coaches in the husi- Gaither played end for the Knoxville game here j Buhl Milwaukee .....16 9 I
1 .. ... ness. During the past decade, he his collegiate
-- -- College Bulldogs during this "week ; .. .... .. __ __
.. 1 won 81 gainers lost 10, and had tour days. :...---- -- ---- -- ---4 -
"g.. "' :" 1 : X{" '; ties. lie was the only coach in s
"' "'"< .;-i'*.;""<"tt<' ....y',,,',,. ";"..,:,.<<,.A;,, '..>.,;.:..>:!...:\.y..",.ft.v.._..","'.."..-jI'! Florida to get off the noose, while He received Club the Football TallahasseeQuarterback Service 1
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r .;,.:t.''.; "> A.,;;:.....<; : students were hanging coaches in ef- Award in 1956. He was cited at the Jim Brown Sets Sight-
,+ ""..'.;:'.t" :, r't : figy for losing grid games. "Con- Florida State Fair at Tampa in 1058'
.. : ., : ;. ) i ii gratulations Jake for being the only as one of the ten leading Negroes in Saturday's
coach in Florida to escape the noose. the state, and was given the same
I'd like to have" the rope concession acclaim by the Pigskin Club of On 4th Rushing CrownNEW
down there wired Coach Frank Washington, I). C. the same year. GAMES
3f. '--;:,.\' Howard of Clemson. His grid squads have Ix-en league
i ec: r a1o. 'sow : 'Jt The 10-year won and lost records titlists every year since 1945, except YORK James Brown
: ,
established by the Florida A&M Uni- '51 and 52, and were National Negro -:; -
A&M : j1jy.
Xavier at Alabama
1'bj Paul Horouivi. Ureen
,.. versity athletic teams under his Collegiate) Fwtball Championsin :. Cleveland who holds the league
;1'" guidance as athletic director are believed '50, '54, '57, and '59. They were; Paine at Albany StateJackson record of 1527 yards for one season md Bobby MitchelL Cleveland
4' be by minority of these 900in at Alcorn
to unequaled: a undefeated two years
institution. The personable educator '57, and 10-0-0 in *59.: In 1955, Allen at Fort Valley and who has led the league'sball each of whom has scored 24 points,
;, has been a member of the the citizens of Tallahassee named a Bishop at Mississippi Industrial carriers for three years is Bob Wakton. Philadelphia ha.s21
1; : Rules Committee of the American park in his honor the Jake CaitherRecreation W. Virginia State at Bluefleld starting off another season as the points. Six players art tied for
Football Coaches Association for the Center. J. C. Smith at Delaware State top gainer with 240 yards in the fourth with 18 points.
past four years. lie has sat at thewinners Jake Caither is quite proud of the! Dillard at FKk two games played thus far in the Robert Green. PiU wrgh. Is the
table at the annual meetings products he has turned out during] Elizabeth City at Shaw National Football League. leading punter with a 46.6 average.
of the AFCA for the past several his tenure at FA fU. Nearly 90 percent Fayetteville at Hampton[ Sam Baker. Cleveland, has a 45.71
Detroit and
Washington have
years. of the coaches: in the high Gramblinfc at Miss. Vocational average Jerry Norton. St. Louis
He was born in Dayton, Tennessee schools in the state are exRattlers.In played one game while the other '.
Kentucky State at Central State 15.7. Del Shofner, Los Angeles 43.6
professional football, halfback eleven teams have engaged in two
j ; in 1903 as one of the five sons Knoxville: at Tuskegee and Eagle Day. Washington. 43.4.
hll of an AME Zion minister. lie is Willie Galimore and tackle 1VillieLee each.
Lincoln (Mo.) at Augusta SAMPLES KICKOFF RETURN
with the Chicago Bt-ars.
married to the former Miss Sadie are
: a Robinson, formerly of Knoxville Tackle Willie McCIung is with the; Howard U. at Morgan State LEADER
; Tennessee. His mother resides with Cleveland Browns. Florida AIM at Morris Brown Brown has only a six yard gain Willie West, St Louis, has an

,.. .. Morris at Savannah State over Jim Taylor, of Green Bay, average return of 14.3 yards to
1 -- ---- ---- -- ---- -
-- Tougaloo at Philander Smith who has rolled up 234. Bobby Mitchell lead in punt returns, Preston Car-

a + S. Carolina at Tennessee Ail of Cleveland, is third with 208 penter, Pittsburgh is second with
Tuskegee Still Unbeaten Southern at Arkansas AM&N yards followed by Willie Galimore, I 11.0 yards. John Sample, Balti-

Texas Southern at TexasN. Chicago, 144 and Paul Hornung, more. Is the top man in kickoff
Carolina at Virginia State Green Bay 127. Mitchell has the returns with a 59.5 yard average.

FOR KENNEDY -Gene(Dig DaddyLipsccrab As Clark Falls by 26-8 :Lincoln>i. Carolina(Pa.)A&T at Virginia at Md.Union State I best average per carry 6.9. Willie G ali more. Chicago has
Bobby Layne, of Pittsburgh, who I averaged 43 yards. Three of the
Voorhee al"L State College
I star 290 pound tackle for pro-champion Baltimore .. has been tossing footballs in the first six in interception returns are

i t Colts, is charging all out for Kennedy on TUSKEGEE, Ala. Harrell i returned in the second half to .I NFL since 1948 Is the passing leader. with Baltimore. Andy Nelson tied

a straight Democratic ticket. Gene likes fCcn- Moore, Tuskegee's sophomore score on a five-yard pass that Based on a new formula that for first with Charles Weber, Phila..
halfback, totaled 1S8 yards in ten includes completions yards gained, and Don Shinnick another Colt
went from Quarterback Eddie :,
i nedy's stand on sit-ins, school intergration, Carries; and scored three touchdowns Peters to Halfback Moore. Peters WATCH THIS LOWN 1 touchdown passes, percent com- each with three and Bobby Boyd

I FEPc, voting rights, and his"hcad on" tacklingof to lead Tuskegee to a 26-S passed to Charles McGhee, full- pleted. percent intercepted and tied for fourth with two.

touchy issues regardless as to where he victory over Clark College of'At : back for the point after touch- 316-40-675 {] average gain in yards the Steeler I LEADING GROUND GAINERS
lanta, on Saturday. down. star ranks at the top. lIe completed I
speaks during current campaign."Kennedy's: like The Improved Tuskegee eleven i; With four minutes remaining 86-9-42 i} 30 of 46 attempts, gained 584 yards, Brown Cleveland 43 240 S.C

FDR-not afraid to tackle tough problems,itsa s remained unbeaten 'n their! third :; in the final quarter, the Tigers 9 threw six touchdown passes DaS a Taylor. Green Bay 42 234 5.9

Dig Daddy. outing of the season and reduced j: moved Inside the Clak fh'e'ardline. 3 4 65.2 percent completions. 4.3 per Mitchell Cleveland 30 208 S.,
Clark to a 11.1 ":)lon record 1, but lost the ball on a passi cent of interceptions and an aver Galimore Chicago 25 144 5.8
.. With only three and a half interception. The determined Tus o 4 age gain of 12.70. Hornung.;Green Bay 27 127 4.7
-i j kegee eleven came right back 6 S Barnes Philadelphia 23 119 5.2
minute gone by in the first period, Kyle Rote New York and Willard
SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE TWICE WEEKLY STAR Moore took a pitchout from j with 41 seconds left (lo play and Dewveall. Chicago, are tied for first Casares. Chicago 32 US 3.<
J scored their final touchdown Tracy Pittsburgh 29 115 4.0
Willie Williams and on a
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Send $1.00 in Cash 385 -88 219 pass
or Money Order out ran the panthers for a 67-yard t' one-yard run by Fullback Charles t 12, the former gaining 171 yards Smith, San Francisco 26 Ill 4.3
for a one month subscription t six pointer. McGhee. 22-: 19-S6 McDhenny.: Dallas 25 101 4.0
and the latter 166. Triplett, New York 14 100 7.1
Willie Williams, living to
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his all conference honors, tosseda Two players arc tied for scoring Hammack. St. Louis 23 99 4.3
Floyd Patterson, Wife, SO..t..... low'. ..
r -_.- _. A ? 30-yard pass to Moore for the Sometimes ...'. dovaH !

You Dos't Have to Go to Town to Get ) Tigers second touchdown. Visit in Germany odds( subtract
Clark came alive with 19
HAMHPTIC. Germany ANP K* works it till sewed
seconds before the end of the first |-

LOW PRICESOn J half, and scored their first touchdown j!! Heavyweight champion FloydPatterson
; his wife, and a retinue
; a one-yard buck by Eddie Coming Allradlona
I I I of 15 ppryons airiveil here Sat. ,
McMJ 'ha'lr fullback
unjay iu begin w series of exhibition 80-16-45 '
Your j The hungry unbeaten Tigers 1 1 j I matches inV .l Get'Laoy. \ I I j s sf jfVlake,your

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