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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 22, 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:
UF00028362:00581

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Florida star and news

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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 22, 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:
UF00028362:00581

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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: Burglaries .
: tabulated '
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f report released HelAs
Teacher
Stanton 4
I here Wednesday.shows
Alertness on the.part of two City patrolmen .
'I Tuesday morning resulted in the arrest of.a Florida Negroes vote.
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registration as having fl
nine
Jacksonville man who later confessed to '
I :burglaries and theft of more than $1,000 in been increased b y

I property during .the past monthcity police reported nearly 25, percent '
since the 1956 presidential -

j I Held 'in custody is ;'f f'e sq;';'.i y: election.The .fac-' Robbery Suspect

'Walter Benjamin Ridley '.. : two primary
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26of 2118 Venus Court ...:fl'.i. tors .responsible

Apt.B. Ridley was apprehended .j .,wr e vote registration -A .-..4 .i. -. _____-- ..-.- --
and arrested increase, officials

while in the act of ,.-.;...;," .,' 1 said, were organized >Juventi c* J&je BlottedStatewide rrf r I Ia

burglarizing a resi- l..., drives to increase .. ,.
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dence at 1533 W. 16th .- i Negro voting privileges '
Street, Lt.J. W.Greene !:;:'" I and. also passageof Boycott Planned,
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; f legislation to' insure ;
and Sgt. D.C. Halti- ;

anger of the city police 5j j I the right to vote. TAMPA, FLA.--A report that. "all-out war" has

breaking and entering \ I E A recent compilationof been declared.jon: the Boomerangs"and that Jack-
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squad stated. 4 -","-;"," '.,V.S&i: ; the total Florida sonvine's'if JuV ni1e' Court Judge Marion Goo-ling
In answering a call ; .. registration by a major had sentenced six Negro youths to the Florida

Ito ,investigate a break' and.radio,, camera and news service reveals Industrial School for Boys at Marianna while '
inpatrolmen R.L.Jenk- two wrist watches. ,011,000 voters: ordering two' cither, youths held for circuit

.ins and G. Bradley Ridley is also char= registered .of :which Court trialbr9ught the following cocnsnt fro S

'stated' that they went ged, police saidwiththe 183,208 are Negroes. Rev. A. Leon L \iry. .State President of .tl3
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'to the 16th St. dwelling theft of a tele- Compared with November,1956figures Florida NAACP." '- brainwashed
be easily
and found Ridley vision set from West- show "It;''is inconceivable and lured downtown
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crouched behind bedroom Co. 148,636 Negroes regi- Judge is
a ern Auto Supply that :Gooding this too, is fantasy.
door. Ridley had 1714 Main St., taken stered and 163,128 reported t! o .Miav e' Some few may be so

forced entry through ,a while he ;was employedby enrolled on the books placed the blame' for weak as to give up y .x .
rear entrance and after the firm. prior to last April's ,vandalism inacksonNegroes. ; their moral principlesfor

searching l D1,officers' primaries. vile .;!. J .
-" _.tUlle ; '!f o1s old.!" Our '
found $45.. ai'Ct-i',tai 'yew: ,Whites Joi/.d:' Florida.t1lfti iII 1.YIJ'counties:'tWG lib-orth oeat1g?\ 1'1nn. e'11t- :.. reports-are that" *** """Kegroesjr ,
been taken from the' :by: white': hoodlums in Jacksonvilleare
and
residence. prey Lafayette last, August 27,
: sticking togetherand
Police said that Rid For FKm-Flam reported no Negroeshad on Negro i_ who
applied for voteregistration.Lafaette yout ;' that some merchantsare HELD FO t L.Lt C Ei h i Y--Mrs. Annice WUliairts, Sew
admitted the tltCr..s'elvcs'were the
ley eight asking that our Stanton school teacher who: is being hei>d on a
other breakins and PALATKA-A white couple victims of the unlawful
burglaries to them Wed Harry Jeffrey and,Norma had one Negro regis- attacks. NAACP youth the council stores charge .of grand larceny in connection, ,,l the

nesday. Jean Johnson, reportedlyfrom tered in 1956 but "It is also revoltingthat point that are out'friendly" to &alleged theft of $l1S.\.19.

Ridley, according to MoultrieGeorgia stated none !had ever in a democracy .

police investigators, were found guilty Wednesday voted. such as ours,, canecarryingbascball Negroes."In my address to the Teacher.Held. As Suspect
has confessed to the by County JudgeW. Union County which bat 21st Annual State Con-

.following breakins, S. Warren of. "Flim- had no Negroes regis- swinging law breakers ference in Orlando, I fnftafr Of Money
thefts along with datesof Flamming11 an elderly tered in 1956, had have not been a. pre- will recoOTnend t hat
Negro out of social .
alledged occurences: hendedihilcFjackson-
three on the roles the Selective buying
Sept 28, dwelling at security moneySheriffE.W.Pellicer last April and has a ville officials are program be extended to VA New Stanton High School teacher is being
1768 W.13th St., por- announced present enrollment arresting Negro youths other comraunities in held by City police pending' filing of formal

table radiojOctober; 3, Pellicer further stat of sL;. at will. Sven -the this state where there charges of grand larceny,, it was reported Friday -
Isiah Blocker School, ed that Jeffrey took In GadsJen County shooting of Jackson is a sizeable Negro noon.
2335 Davis ;t., type- about $39 from.the elderly Negro registrants ville's lone fatalityis population." Held in custody is Mrs. Annice Lcretiia t Williams

writer; Oct..7dwellingat man after having jumped from three in unsolved 'despitethe "I will recommend: that physical e education teacher at Stanton who is
2125 College Circle promised to secure a* 1C56 to 334 last ,fact thatCit was branches Negroes reported to have taken $118.09 which was in the
our urge '
?.,t} item' ;, Oct.10, nother' social security April and,anincreaseof revealed -that Charlie to refrain from charge of Jlrs. Mary i 12. Coleman, another in-
Darnell Cooknan School check for him.The money Davis.ias..Sl1ot in the structor.
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,21 for a-total,of purchasing at those .
'Davis it was further reported head." :', I According to officers
1701 St., taperecorderjOct.12dwell .355 since then. I stores which,segregatein investigating police S.
was, handed to the Listed by the Fede- l:ev. Lowry stated this state.I shall Gaines and II. rUwards: Hrs.Coleman stated that

ing at 740 W. Beaver, Johnson woman who put ral Civil Rights Commission that "the two youths that each the money was taken from the physical education
undetermined amount of it in her purse. of the who were bound over also urge office between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
as
one send committees
cash; Oct. 13,Jfcllingat According to Federal" counties where Negroes were reported: being branch of the Jlrs. Coleman, upon discovering tlv loss of the
17 Illinois Street, Bureau of Investigationrecords are afraid to regis to., of the key to the managers money, in reporting it, disclosed that those
"table-model radio; and' Jeffrey: had ter the dis' youths responsible"ferbeing stores that are mem- having access to the office agreed to allow
report of those chains:
bers
dwelling .at 1878 West served five years for closesis Union Coun- able to persuade in their cars to be searched by r licc.
Jackson- .
10th-St., two wrist impersonating a federalofficerPellicer ty, alledgedly under others not to commit: ville operating for the purposeof It was further stated that .Williams appeared -

watches record player said. investigation by the violence and to give them t o to have become extremely: nervous when
Jeffrey received a Federal Bureau of In- responsible *:persons getting she consented: tc the search along with the
fellow
their merchants -
six months jail sen- of both races an' opportunity urge other persons.
bestigation.
to change their
tence and the woman to solve Car Keys Lost
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was fined $25, the report this problem." policies. The cars of those connected with the office
POUCE REPORTS "I will call on the
added.
"The Jacksonvillc"Selective State Conference t o where the money was reported stolen were searched -
Buying" pro- as was Mrs. Williams, but the officers were
an an out effort
begin -
Negro Integration Leader MAN HIT IN HEAD test :is very effect!\'C.Certainly' to bring to the unable to complete searching since she was unable
I WHILE FIGHTING in a, com attention of Florida's to find the key to her car's trunk.
munity with a Copulation Student Provides ClueA
citizens the dual system
,
Atlanta
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Held in Picketing Talmadge Blake,29of as large as Jacksonville of justice that is student, Leon Lauray of 5732 Alaro ot.. told

When asked whether 1400 Spearing St. was andfhe reo. being ;practised b y officers that{ he had taken a candy box around
U'iTA-Rev. Martin he had statement struck over the right Negroes have, been vi- Judge Marion Goodingand noon time for Mrs. Williams and had placed it in
Luther King and 13 of any told the eye while fight. n g ctinized: by segregationists other officials in the trunk of her car.. When shown Mrs .Williams'
his followers refusedto to) -'since the: ring of car Lauray told investigators
judge he would go to with. his wife last, Jacksonville, who, are keyst
bail and, city's beginnihgit is .that the trunk key was missing.The .
accept and make "one, ''Tuesday at East 4 th. making a farce of ATncrican -
went to jail Wednesday five jail or 10 years", to St. and Evergrecnpolice 'impossible on charges of violating uphold. his convic- reported. hundred percent:cooperation using Negroes as the the officers entering the carts trunk. bywfey'of

'a state act tions. The victim and his' in such anra-. 4 c unity's.s c ape- the rear seat.
passed to pre re nt One of the leaders in wife were fightingwhen gram." oats." .Entrance was made and the candy box with the
demonstrations.The f the successful boycott: an unknown man "But when used car ill9.\.'9 in addition to the victim's ;--ocket book

arrest 6 f the against: Montgom e ry, in a ,red truck stopped salesmen state ,that UfclAX HIT QN'lEAD I were recovered. .
group cams after 'wen Ala. King was pickedup and tried to stop they arc hurting as BY US BOY F:Ul ;&J' Police said the $118.09 was broken down into

planned mass demon- p by, police when hand the fighting. The unknown has ,bccivrcportcd, and the following: 15, one dollar bills; 2, 10's;

strations in downtown' 'three! others refused man struck him: the Federal lteserve'Srstcm :ass: Leona Crown,33, 2, 2\5; 26, half' dollars5JquartcrsUSdimes;
.Atlanta, by some 7 '5 to leave Rich's victim said. He was reports a dcclu>r 723 .:. Duval Street .2 rolls of pennies and 79 loose pennies.
in business of was struck on t h Witnesses during the investigation were Mrs.
Negroes lup'picketing department store while taken to Duval Medical approximately q; :
riety and departmentstore to secure Center by,,,private seven percent, head with an unknown Theresa Kennedy/1415 W. 29th St.Isaac'Graysoll
lunch counters. attempting service at the store's car and was treated by .' we know that thc Negroes object during and argument 1036 }i. 26tli St., and Mrs. Sibyl Payne Butler,

Police reportedly aiv 'r c a1toOt Dr. John Williams. ", in Jacksonvilleare with her boy 1493 tb'. JLlta >t ';et.

rested 52 members of' plush.. Magnolia. Sgts.W.C. Barber and :beginning to co- ...!riend,\iiUic Uinsellast Mrs. Williams was still being held\ in police
the group for refusing \ F.A. Cruberinvesti- operate." -' Tuesday in t ho custody awaiting formal arraignment of charges

to leace the respec- gated T*, With regard to the .' 400 block ofI/. Duval when the: .:)tar .went to* press. *

tive premises follow- -.<; >, ." .', ,' ,. 'rumor. thatlNegrocs. .can Streetpolice. report, ::,'" -:,.;": 7 :
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Publish**, by Th .'Florid Star Publkhlng; Co! ---- ,,, ,\ .. .. :.jt', } .; :..C: ional amendment_ '. And ,it's ,becoming more important '-

"Member of Associated Negro. ,frets'* .' all the time.
fait O. .lmpleD' :.dUor: U. S. News & World also campaigning in-

C Parham JohaeoL.New. .. Staff .' s Report says"Womenand dividually. Mrs. Kennedy -
:
KUda Wooten;._. '_. ClrcaUitea r a !0 their votes are very who is 'expecting -

;MdXN OFFICE, fc PLANTs ''. : much on the minds of a childis nec-
; j
MM Moaned Road;. 0> ." 4-1712 4I7B1 RELIGIOUS F. '..essarily'less'active
-.EL. John and
,' ... rr .T-: EL '', Kennedy ,
T.
RACIAL / -' t t Richard M.Nixon right However,she will givea
Mailing"AddrtutP COLOR series of teas
0 .rf now. The play fot at
O. Box in, Jacksonville 1, Florida
HATRED women's votes is being home. Other feminine

8UBS<3UPTION BATES -- made this year nenbers of the Kennedy -

Oa Tear,' $S,00| Half Year W.COi Three Monihs, 81.80Ktfltd'To with an intensitynever family are cam-

You, Aa/wfetr* XffTh: Unild Slalat., r S i I before in Paiggalso hard.And the
ietwei>ttfoa Paytil I.1a Adrract.Seed,Cbeck or.Monty Crete TotBtQEIDA }. ::. Sti t .r seen attractive wives
"
STAR-P. O. BOTE MT- JACKSONVILLE> 1. 'FLORIDA t : 1 t, M American politics.
of the vice-presi-
,s, The reason for that
A Question For can be found in a sim- dential candidates,

p 5f t s. i 1..+ ple statistical fact: Mrs. Lodge and Mrs. .

Nixon And Kennedy t. There are about 'three Johnson, arc playing

: : : million'more women of roles.

1. fundamental and central question ,has .oeCh. .4 i voting age in this This is not, to the
i ;
placed for answer
candidates Richard M, Nixon and John F.Kennedy / men. So, in an even trivial matter. A

by the Afro-American. ,Heritage, 43ftcdation -. .. ;' r r A reasonably close election vote is a vcte-whet

1 rt a candidate's it comes from a reasoned -

The question: ".-, /hat is your stand on the r appeal or lack of 'appeal I analysis of a

matter of the Executive Branch* of the Federal to women could 'candidate's capabi-

Government using its powers to uphold the U.S. easily prove to be the lities in this crit-

Constitution: by executive order and action in 4141 ;. decisive-element. ical hour in historyor
S
the matter of free' ;election. ",in the United .: .. TyS As part of the effort from prejudice for
States 'in the South and in Washington -', the
particularly to woo the ladies or against way
D.C ; and on ;issues' relating to the the candidates' wives Mrs. Nixon or. }[rs'.

ending of Jim Crow, and discriminationhousinglynching f I are being pressed into Kennedy dresses.

and schools* Will you, if electeduse 55. !:;i.5.: 9 S ;d ; service.Mrs. Nixon is Mr.KennedyU.S.Newsreportsseems

your executive powers as president to act : following a long and to have

positively on such matters regardless of act- STILL ON THE RAMPAGE arduous campaign trail been getting an excellent -

ion by the U. S. Congress ". ,,..'. : with her husband, and response from

The question was' .presented, to the. two candidates women during his cam-

this week by.;letters signed.by Mrs. J .,.... .".'', .0,, paign travels.A Washington
Christine President' of the ,Afro- ; >
John'pon:, Star'reporter
American Heritage' and its Director. Organi- wrote that he "has

zation, ;rlshmael _Flo xY. YoDally something that makes

Copies J of tW letters to Kennedy and Nixon Guld. the Manhattan chamber-
Horoscope
were sent to the ColumbiaNationaland' American : : maid and the East Side

broadcasting' companiesrequesting that the : ,.-,_ :. WHICH. ARE YOU LUCKY DAYS'FOI dowager sisters under

question be resented; to ,the two candidateson ... IUSINESS LOVE -, TJIAVELBy the skin." ..Nixon's
the "great debates" programs. ----- .
standing in the race
The letter'" ,to Nixon and Kennedy further pointed -, PA1LO, Tht ASTROLOGER for a feminine follow-

out 1 1963 will be the 100th
anuary ,
... ing seems to be more
Anniversary -,of';the effective date of the Emancipation difficult to assess.

Proclamation." The Emancipation Pro-
Republicans however
-
,
clama'tipn 'wla' ah Executive Order from the AdrinistratiW 'Aries
I Lea, are very confident that
Branch I .of the United States Government Mrs.Nixon
: a powerfulasset.
19th
in line 'with the U.5..Constitution.Unco'ln March 2U thru April
ftorn, What U.S. News
thru
Born July23rd. Aug. 22nd Sagittarius
needed no act of Congress to enforce the SOt.. Oct. 12: Sun sextile Jupiter rays allow calls an "unprecedentedbuildup"
Constitution: and Dill of nights. Aries to expand. Buy major items. Sat.,:Oct. 22. Sun sextile Jupiter vibra-
spend *a you have been wanting., If you tions will make a lively day with many'suggestions torn Nov. 23rd. thru D.c. 21* has been
The statement added that President Franklin I entertain tonight make it on laviah scale. which can be followed up with planned for her. example -
J. itoose.:'vclt and Dwight Siscnhower: b o th SUN.. Oct. 23. Favorable for romance, profit. Sot., Oct. 22. Sun textile Jupiter offers a The "Pat for
at ... Favorable for church, :
family dinners, friendly gatherings SU.. Oct. 23. good day to do some redecorating,brighten
-
issued executive'orders respectively dealing restaurants or theatres.. Be cute tospendthe travel; new romance, reading. You may the home, give a party this evening be First Lady Week11 which
with Fair Saploycicnt Practice and Fair Employment day socially. learn much from relationships formed at
generous. was observed during the
Mon., Oct. 24. Favorable hours when you home today. SUN. Oct 23. The family is hap1)11ygathr
Tractice.under Government contracts.In can start a new business project, sign Mon., Oct. 24. You may'gain a new viewof d today, and relatives from a distance October 3-8 period.:
Baking t"ile'DJ1.1ouncerjent, Flory declared, contracts, invest' heavily. Do not let day your prospects today and line up your may be cheerful. You win freedom What techniques have
,iro by untried.Tue possibilities. A time to take thought. from burden.
"Executive responsibility is the fundamental: *., Oct. 25. Neutral atmosphere may Tues., Oct. 25. Relaxation today will help Mon. a Oct. 24. Independence and self reliance been devised to lure
issue insofar as African-Ar.1 ricans or other keep you in bored state. Do not communicate you tomorrow. A time when the pace is gain new praise and esteem for the distaff voteTheyare
others, but try to slow and little demanded. Take advantage
to
your apathy An original idea may bring in unexpected -
b.oncst Americans. arc 'concerned. Every head of cheer them .. _,.,...-... of trend. you. cash now. varied, extensiveand
Government, including, the;: President,Governors 4-90-33-17-56-493 Tut, Oct. 25. You may be bored by the aggressive.The .

and Majors, is under oath .to uphold the Constitution 1-30-44-18-82-134 companionship time. Do not answer of an sharply associate words at spoken lunch Republicans have

of the United States.In eighty years r unwisely. three separate organizations -

since the betrayal of Reconstruction Democracy i M--- ,.. 8-40-66-15-25-846 at w work.Their

in the South and the slaveholders and their S ; I. duties range from national -

sons and grandsons have been placed back in Taurus Vinjo organization, downto

power, ,we have witnessed irresponsible government Capricorn t' the precinct level.

; at all levels insofar as the Constitut- bore April 20th *ni May 20th Born Aug. 23rd thru Sept. 22nd ,i I The "coffee hour" is

ional rights of African-Americans are concer- S ot., Oct.' 22. Sun sextile Jupiter rays Sat.. Oct. 22. Sun sextile Jupiter spreads born Dee: 22nd thru Jan. 19th apparently the most
ned. In these eighty years to this very day give beneficial hours for winding up business a benevolent mood through your circle. Sot., Oct. 22. Sun' sextile Jupiter favors popular strat -3OOO
transactions, signing papers. Accept Fall in with plans for a gay evening, dress I
we are\ compelled to witness aU. S. Congress a major thanes of environment for many. of these have been
invitation. in best.SUN. Your family will be in accord. Celebrateand
composed of illegally elected representativesfrom SUN., Oct. 23. You will enjoy taking stock y Oct. 23. Self reliance to and swift good enjoy unusually festive mood this pm. j' scheduled for a single
a
to
the South' in violation of the 14th Amend of your situation. Make future.notes Read of progress this evening -, judgment and helpful allow decision you early come in the day. Celebrate SUN.. Oct. 23. A time for relaxation, day in the stato- of
; _
for
outiine plans reading, learning. Those meet will
elections have not existed in the with family! YOU I '.
ment. Free broaden your views, contribute to i Oregon alone. dle enjoying -
for romantic your
call time
South for some eighty years.Under the present Mo.. Oct. 24. A surprise telephone Mon.; Oct 24. A understanding. I, their coffee
un- concentration on an eve-
take on an dreams, perhaps ,
in the morning may you Mon., Oct. 24. Mingle freely with others, :
national: arrangements, ,African-Americans will: 'expected journey.. Chance to enjoy new engagement Cast aside work with worries.Tutt. have lunch with a new acquaintance. The the attending women
Dissatisfaction your I I
never be free by action of the U.S. Congress. expcrieaces Tu..., Ode 25. You may begin to feel thata position. Oct.may 25.cause you to take an Avoid unsociable new trend goals.is favorable to find' new career paths, i will see films, hear
"The I romance is not going the way you attitude with associates. records and be given
question of executive responsibility in new giving Tues., Oct. 25. Baffling delays but yon are I

the ,matter of the Constitutional rights of Af- wish.opinions.Avoid, making. decisions ill...temper.- 8-70-77-19-53-877 able probably to remain turn down good friends natured.of adventurpusjnind. You will- 'i! literature extolling

rican-Americans has now become an international 7-20-22-13-79-721 I Nixon and Lodge.
..
emergency. Ue now face the world. not just with 9-50-99-12-37-959 The Democratsthe magazine -

the 'ugly American t,, ut with ,an ugly America. saysarc organizing -

So long as executive irresponsibility remainsin G.) i libra thousands of"TV

the area of full for the listening parties" to
rights Negro people'or '. 21" .
Africans, just so long will this nation not tea May 21st thru Jua 2111 Tort sept..2SnI tbru.0 Aquarius watch Senator Kennedy.And .

be able to participate in constructivedemocratic ,$et.. Oct. 22 You get a clue to beneficialNot a new Sot., Oct. 22. Sun sextile Jupiter rays give it adds"From now
which is
direction financially
and just world leadership in partner- j necessary to take swift steps, but sure you which a you chance need to or want.purchase Especially large items good fern Jm. 20th tfmi..... 1ft* on, Senator Kennedy. .

-- ship with, other nations. ,More than that,behind CD.IL. cherished for evening entertainment Sat- Oct. 22. Sun xextile Jupiter is the will have one of the
find
You
SUN., Oct. 23. a
intellectual
may and-
SUN.. Oct. 23. Artistic proper influence under which to move to a Kennedy ladies traveling -
tho denial of Constitutional of African result of impulsive
rights dream coming true as the an favored. A talent may come to
; home
pursuits new change of
Americans lurks deep danger to world peace and ,action. The day is favorable for fight today. Follow up ideas which can,be activities.SUN. your scene career with him at, all
travel 'visiting, renewing old acquaint
written now. ., Oct 23. An for times." ExtensivesI'k-
to tho physical and survival of the American important day you
safety ances and romances. M..., Oct. 24. A dear friend will give you in a nodal way. An invitation have
M.... Oct. 24. A happy coincidence you ing and interviewing
people. may a token o{ affection. Gratitude and happiness accepted may lead to future alterations
put you on the path to new financial gain. combine to make this a remarkableday which put at the of the in schedules have been
"If the is-'jue of Executive Responsibility is Be ready to change plans to grasp op- for you top heap
you. chosen field.
not resolved in this election and by the fut- ,portunity.TMS :r...... Oct. 25. Neutral aJpeC .** a mo-. your Men., Oct. 24. A good day to work hardto worked, out for these
.. Oct. 25. An associate may prove = notonous day. You may get into a slight ladies.
accomplish aims and
ure president then all sections of African- 'your prove your
irksome, but do not fall for the bait of argument with an associate because of the worth to those who
concerned.
America must search for new political alighn- till deliberate irritation. The day is boring atmoip.h.erj.of boredom. evening in.' arc Happy The effort to garnerin

ments or a new political party as the abolitionists who and are idle.this can breed- mischief in. those 9-60-88-17-61-968 Tuta, Oct. 25. A day of apathy on'which a majority of the
you may not rise to the enthusiasm of woman voters will reachan
had to do when the third
or publican 7-80-11-13-45-781 your superior about a new idea for work
Party came into being in '1858 and the Whig methods. unprcccdcntcupeak

Party vas swept into antiquity.". Cm** SmrPii 2-40-33-15-74-235 / between now and NQ-

vem& r. l U-.S> .News, conCLudes

Want a voice, in the people's choice i tore -JUM 22ml. thru July 22ml: lists 0..... .... "".. Pi** Dayat:least"fey ,2million Election

Set Oct. 22. .Favorable Sun wattle Jupiter i.; 11ee hb.1 t
"" 't+ 1Ylei 21th
keep active and the win women will be working
rays you on SOt.Oct..12. Favorable Sun sextie Jupi-
Don't piss the buck- nine side. You may want to celebrate with make this a time to investigate Set.. bc 22. Favorable Sun sextile Jupiter -* as volunteers for the
loved in
a one a special way tonight. Sandal possibilities. Talk matters over influences end
SUN., Oct. 23. Make it a day to get out, .bat alga no paper 0 start on a Journey connected you off with with a good Nixon-Lodge Campaign, --
free yourself. rom family and home PlOt SUN..: Oct. 21. A time to\rut, pursue a caretI'enterprises. Republican officials
lems., ,You will find happiness and harmony friends who share intern SUN., Oct. 2S.
hobby, talk to Disunions about family A million
with friends. say to two
24. A day when forming a finances may be profitable.
MMJ Oct. In the after-
Men.j.Oct. 24. A time to reap rewards. .be mutually beneficial.SignVperi noon unexpected million may be enrolled;
guests will
... can bring cheer.
You find the mail full of
good
can new with trust, rely on your own Maw Oct.' 24. The time
0 is rice to in the Democrats
approach 'cam-.
perhaps a financial surprise which will ,
., .1 M m t an important person with special -
stimulate.TMS tonlehf.K
? T..... period when requests or ideas. You will have reason paign effort.: Nearly
Oct. 25. The megrims beset
t may be strained by boredom. to celebrate now!
'you earl,., Have lunch and dinner..with' 'Tholl friendship who may spend much time shopping..willresrret T...., Oct 25. Members of the family may every women's club in
who intellectually alert. Avoid the
VOTE people art country is likely
commence with
a re nditure. your day irksome requests
late hoars.
61077164617: and leave you in an unreceptive mood for to be visited .bv the
wor -
:<' 5-30T55-14-98-535 wifesister or motherof
r '
: 3-50-88-16-67-358
I one of, the candJ.-
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Saturday October THE STAR pAG1
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with -.. # Light Savings Club will sponsor a trip

_ LOUISE G.-GU NYARD i J-u. w around the world Friday, Oct. 28 starting at 8

; ______ p.m. The bus leaves 8th St. and Ifyrtle Avenue

Misses Sandra and ffyrna Wilson, future debu- at 8 'clock with the final stop being made at

tantes in Les Treize Amies third cotillion, L ,w 1485 W. lOth_St. Refreshments will be served.
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hold the distinction of being the daughtersof -
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the organization's president.The ball featuring A E
the debs will be held in the Duval
County Armory December 23 They are the dau- : Mrs. Mattie McNeil is hostess fort h e Milton,
: *
ghters of Mrs. Florence Lawson Wilson of this ? -Hood Recital Sunday night at 9 p.m.in Mt. Ara-'

city, and Mr. Theordore R. Wilson of Daytona '. 't4 day 3+ 'k75 rat Baptist Church educational building.Public"\'

Beach, Floridaand the granddaughters of Mrs. is invited.

Lenora L. Payne, Bronx, New Yorkfonaer Jack- ,
sonville society leader, and Mr.I.L. Lawson, ******************** ,

Jacksonville The ball featuring these and I
other debs will be held in the Duval County ; Friends are'being notified that Mrs.Minnie Dene

Armory December 23. galla member of St.Pius Catholic Church, i s
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Miss Sandra Lenora Wilson graduated with hon- 1.c ill in Duval Medical Center.

ors from New Stanton Senior High 'Schoo ,where --

she held membership in the Glee Club, tudent ********************
Council, -and The Honor ---- INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS CEREMONY featured the regular meeting of

Society. Presently she the Hibiscus Garden Circle shown above. Seated from left arc:J.frs.Viola Mr.. and Mrs. Donald G.Anderson of Oklahoma City

is a sophanore at West Smith, Mrs. Frances Johnson, Mrs. Mary J. Todd McKenzie;Newly are forwarding stork notes announcing the ar

Virginia State College installed officers, Mrs. F. D. Tyson, president; Mrs. Eugene Seals, rivof their new daughter,Donna Lee.A former

where she is majoring gin vice-president; Mrs. Annie C. Williams, second vice-president; Mrs. Jaxon.Mr. Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Biology.A member of Amanda Sheffield and Mrs. Geneva Grant Standing from leftMrs. Mary T. B. Anderson, 1539 Evergreen Avenue.

the Ivy Leaf Pledge Jones, Mrs. E.M. Wooten, Mrs Elizabeth Norwood, Mrs. Mary Hamilton, .
Club to the Alpha chaplain, Mrs. Thelma Crockett, secretary, Mrs.Grace M. Bateman,Mrs. f *******************

Kappa Alpha Sorority, Ivory M. Joyner, retiring president, Mrs. Earl 0. Mathistreasurer. -

Sandra has been chosen"Uiss I Q.L4'4 1"A Mrs.. &P-! &7. MullsGhanna's ._ After vacationing with friends in New Bedford,

Ivy Leaf" for Mass.,Newark, Patterson and Ridgewood, N J.
1960-61. ,-- : : George Lee Smith has returned to his residence
U. S. Ambassador'Plans
Miss Myrna Vinnette Sandra Leonra Wilson Stork 2566 Summit -St. _

Wilson, ike her sisteris
an honor graduate of New Stanton Senior 3 Day FAMU Visit .

High School and held membership in the Honor DeliveriesMr. .;. .
.TALLAHASSEE- His William Marmon .,-.,.
Societ>. Her extra-curricular activities consisted Excellency
Mrs. Laura Adams, a member of Fir s t Baptist
of membership -- Quoa Halm, Ghana's ambassador:? to the United Mr. n d Mrs. Bobby ;
Church, is ill in Duval Medical Center.
in the majorette squadof States, who plans a N v. 10-12 visit to Florida Allen,4924 Paris Ave.,

the Stanton Blue A. and M. University received his education in, Boy.
j *********************
Devils Marching Band, the native country of the university's co-bz: d-! Mr. and Mrs. James
secretary-reporter for er and first head, Th<:mas DeSaille Tucker. I Bryant,1985 W.3Oth St,
W. G. Patterson 410 W. 19th Street left for
,
t he Annual Staff, and Ambassador Halm was Boy.
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1 Camilla Ga. Wednesday to attend the funeral cf
,
of the at Mr. and Mrs.Walter
secretary Maj- educated Wesleyan
1 t.: W. odge.149 his uncleGarfield Washington. H e was accompanied -
orette Activity. While Boy's School in Free- Edmond,1829 W.23rd St, by his wifeMrs.PattersondaughterMissArtie

in high school, Myrna town, Sierre Le one, Jr's Tea Oct. 23 Girl. Patterson and Mrs.Rosa Young of 340 Dell-
and Sandra were both the oldest of E n g- Kr. and Mrs. McBurlyn wood Avenue.

prominent members of t land's African colonies Jones,221 E.Union St..,.
the Olivia Baldwin Myrna Vinnettc Wilson where inthe The White Lily Lodge Girl. .
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Chapter of the Young early days, the most 149 Jr. will presentits Mr. and Mrs.Willie

Women's Christian Association. advanced educatio nal., annual Fall Tea Wilson,2956 Bethel Ct.,
Mrs. Josephine Jones,1029 Trojan St.is ill in
Presently, Myrna is a freshman at West Vir- institutions in We st Sunday afternoon from Boy.
Phillips Home,1300 Bridier'St. She is a memberof
ginia State Collcgewhere she is following in African colonies e x- 3:30-5:30 o'clock at Mr. and Mrs. Shirley First Church.
,hersister's. footstepshaving selected Biology isted and the wealth- the residence of Mrs. Bullard,1314 Rushing Baptist

as, her major field of study. iest familities sent Audry C. Mickems,1204W. i StreetGirl.Mr. .
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... *. *' <* their sons and sometimes 29th Street. and Mrs. Woodrow

1.es-Trcize Amies Bridge Clubalthough mapping their: daughtersto An outstanding program I Page,1490 Windle St.,
plans ,for its December ball, is still meeting school. has been prepared : Girl.. '.. Senior'Class of Northwestern: High School spon
being held Thomas DeSailleTUcker by Miss Beatri c e Mr.and Mrs. Arthur sors barbecue Saturday. ; at""7:<305p.aJJLji. the
meeting -
recularlv.the most recent cafetorium. t <'- -
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Rush and Miss Beve Moncrier
r- Shuler,5754 ,
was born July 21, :
in the home of Mr. and .Raymond Miller,2039 I
Durkee Drive. 1884 in Sierre _Leone, ly Costrom and Master 1 1I RoadBoy. x HHHHHHHHH -
the son of the Walter Orange. Miss i Hr. and Mrs. Richard
Miller had her The1ma Ar-
Mrs. as guests '
grett, Mrs Marjorie Gilmore and Mrs. Mildred daughter, of an African I Beatrice is Rush inviting, president all- Phillips,728 Court G, Precienct 5-A members are requested to meet in

Pauline, the latter winning the guest prize. King and the French senior, and j u n i or Boy.Mr. and Mrs.J St. Stephens AME Church Friday at 8 p.m. Ira
awarded 2'Irs.Vivian Satter- explorerDesaille. am e s
Club to
prizes were special meeting.
lodge members to be
He to the Unit- Naughton,3321 Ardisia
white, Miss Coatsie Jones and J.Irs.Ruth Bonner. came I .
ed States hand present.The RoadGirl.Mr. *
# # # # # as a y o u
Mrs Mary Lucille Harper was guest when the, was educated a t public is invit and Mrs.JohnnyThomae,1241 }!rs. Geneva Carter Adams was' hostess to Bella

TCelvinettes met recently in the College Gardens Oberlin College,graduating -, ed. Master Walt e r W. DuvalSt. Donnas Bridge Club Saturday eveningmccting in

home of Mrs. Essie D. }.fcCray.11igh in 1866. Orange is secretary. ., Boy. her home on Campanella Drive. ivlrs.( Thomas Har-

scorers for the evening included Mrs. He taught school a t Mr.and Hra.NathanielFreeman,1354 graves was visiting player.

Barbara Harper, Mrs. Sarah Lovvett, and Mrs. Georgetown,. Kentucky, VanBuren .1, Mrs. Edythe Thompson is president of the or-
Dorothy Oliver. and New Orleans, and Revival Slated StreetGirl.Mr. ganization with Mrs. Hadassah B.ullard: Hiss

The Kelvinette membership roster is comprisedof later moved to Pens .-' and Mrs. Will Cynthia Clark, Mrs. ..Edna Moses DeLl, Mrs Iva

in addition to persons mentioned above, cola where he P r a c- Octobor 21-24 AtCentral' Harris,3710 E.Buckman i Grant, Mrs. Marilyn MaconMrs. Vann ottc Thayer

Mrs. Geraldine I&Hiard, Mrs. Thelma Green ticed' law for IB years. St., Gizl.Mr.and.Mrs.. Mrs. Ira Washington, Mrs. Margaret this,Mrs.

Mrs. Doris G. Bennett, Mrs. Celestel Nicks In 1887,Tucker ca me' Baptist Benjamin Graylayn Lesesne, Mrs. Kathryn Howell and Mrs.
to Tallahassee as the Adams the remainder of the .membership -
Mrs.. i&malee George, Mrs. Pauline Davis,Mrs. Church Haywood,1219 3rd., making up
Central Baptist -
first president o f 'Street, Girl. roster.
Pearl Mickey and Mrs. Helen Robinson.
third and Broad
*. State Normal College., Mr. and Mrs. John 'I Mrs. Mathis, Mrs( Lesesne, and Mrs.HowelJ-
now Florida A. streetsstart revival
and j
The_Lincoln Golf and Country Club was the University.. services Monday night Shumpert,2562 Firestone top prizes.
setting for the meeting of The Gems-, a dedicated Oct.17*through the 21 Road, Boy.
bridge Group Plans Mr. and Mrs.Joseph
group.
Ii sy.R.L.Joaespastor, Subscribe NowTWICEAWEEK
Mrs. Marie McClain, hostessinvited Mrs.Lill announced .Scott,1239 W. 15th .,

ian Davis, Mrs. Sysia Sweet,s-.Maxine Jackson : Big Musicale RaT.W.E.Youngpaator StreetBoy.
and Mrs.Susie Thompson as visiting players. of Tabernacle Baptist Mr. and DSra.Howard r. ,It..

Mrs. Sweet qualified for the guest prize,vhile Some of t h a city's- Church.citywill conduct 1 Wiley,2626 Firestone

club prizes were won by Mrs. Alvenia Scriven outstanding artists will the nightly services. j Road,Boy.

and lrs.J[ oyce Lawson. appear on the afternoon Tabernacles Mr. and Mrs. Charles:

*. of music program gospel choir will accompany Wright,1994 W.21st S1

Entro Nous met Saturday evening in the Durkee sponsored; by the Florida -* the evangelist. Hr. and Mrs.Raymond A

Drive home of Mr. and .Wesley Johnson, Miss Club o f Shiloh Sendees begin ?erry,.1460 W.30th St., t RlJlJIIM 8MIl
Church prcaptly at 7:30 o'
Theora Leggins, hostess. Baptist Sunday Boy.
With all members present, Mrs. Ruby Humphrey The affair gets underway *- clock each'night with Mr.and Mrs. Theodis -SPECIAL OFFER -

_and Mrs. Charlotte Stewart qualified for to PPrizes. at 3130 p.nuin tha 'prayer service andsinging Brown,1344 W. 16th St, .
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church :
.
Mrs. Elizabeth .Simons was recipientof auditorium Boy.
Proceeds will be used ill Centralets and
I Mont*
Fir
the consolation award. Hr.and Mrs.Cleveland $1.00
Miss Erma Cobb, daughter of Mr.and }ofrs .Heman tft benefit the Loyalty Mends are called to '
Jones,5527 Brait Ave.
Day affair which ends vsrship and are requested ,
Cobb,232 Claude Street, and student at Florida Boy. 'I
Sundty.Oct. 30At this! to I rtt1dI.caJ..etirrinl
A & H University has been selected. by the U.S.
.time,the States Rally,' ef- _-Mr. and _Mrs.G one
for its student nurse
Army program. now in progress will: fort.a Mathis,1731 W. 27th std
*
terminate with well .
a
Urban Guild is 3irl. )
The Jacksonville League spon-
planned musical pro- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
The Palms November _
soring "Variety Show" at WHEN YOU'ARE ILL
ffraiu
23. More about this important event later. St.tfiHiams,2184 KingstonWedding You Setk The Beat Doctor
,Bo7. When Your Doctor Prescribe*

With the Florida Classic just one week away, Get Experienced PHarm&cUts
we -want to remind our readers of the bonfireto To Fill Your Prescription .
Bells To Your Doctor's
be held at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club According
Orden. We u.. Only
Friday evening, and the dance at. the Armory; a P Do.101I The Best Quality Drug '. At

following the game Saturday',night. vaa. YJJ r Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor

Naturally, we are all excited over the prospect 6 Ifcaroe Mae; mo w. UtfaO. .

of seeing our many fellow statesmen- who aDd .... LewtI,. 1STI. 3 BEGISTEHED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
will be down_ for the game. W. ewe se. IL

Among social affairs scheduled for the weekend JIb ArtIwr It., 1&..en 1'D.. vtIel sWsr'.. LILLY'S DRUG STORE

The H. James Greene are entertaining in 1a W. .171hR. gyp. .
n tr eooo .
their 23rd Street home, honoring. visiting members -: W. 1 W Payne 1867 Klaf Road ELofe 3-9C7S
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of Alpha Phi Alpha.:Fraternity.. A.f. ..4r", 1DDc..IQ09Hwoed A COMPLETE LIKE OFs <
*-* ***.* L. Zw....1711 CoMitica KoUbr/ Good Candle, tafcfes
Week/_' '- <-*'*. ... 1.. T PJUEICBIPTION8 CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
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Sf. Matthews AMISCodies *
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Annual, Event r '4. v CHURCH NEWS
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The ladies of MatthewAME ,
Church have sche--

luled Nov.13 as their ,a- a.r

annual Women's Day ob- E. H. Benjamin of Mt. Sinai Baptist and E. A.

;It. servance. Allen of Shiloh Baptist church, will be .heardin
Officers elected to a recital Sunday starting at 8 p.m.in Cen-
serve in various capacities :_< tral Baptist Church.The artists will be presented
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areMrs.NaomiR.Griffin by Mrs. Ruby Herndon.Program is being presented -
general for benefit of annual Women's Day by Mrs.
chairman; Mrs. Susie : Freddie Mae Jackson, sponsor.

Sutton, cochairman;

Mrs ) Simons. JHHttHHBHHHHHHHHB******
: A4d.VIB --secretary;Mrs.R.Will-
/ iams, Williams, L : Central Metropolitan CME Church is engaged in
Mrs.Nella LindseyMrs'Vera its 55th anniversary observance which beg an

Gibson, Mrs.Ruby Monday and ends Sunday Various local ministers
YoungMrs.Ann McNeal, choirs and congregations are sharing the pro-

atc finance conmitteejMiss"; gram. The public is invited.

Ruth Hayes, program ti. Jt )f !h
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chairman with Mrs.Rose .
A tip of tho Pepsi' Cop ij x.t !
to.thttt outstanding young B Williams and Mrs.' Fellowship Week which began last Sunday: Cot-

country Americans and,' who community make our Lucinda Williams. HOLD ANNUAL MEETING: Officers and members of New Bethel AME Church Usher ton Chapel Methodist Church is being featured

e bottor plan In which to Mrs: .E.Simmons,chair Board 2 held its annual meeting Sunday, Oct. 16 in the Church a u- witH a series of outstanding events throughout
live of beautification this week Friday will be :Prayer Band night' under
man ditorium, Third and Tyler Streets.Shown front row from left are: Mrs. -
committee: : Mrs. Martha Gladys Mills, Mrs. Ella Warren, Rev. Frank J. JonesPastorA.QMitchell the theme,!rWhy I Like To Be A Member 0 f a

** .* Pressley, chairman of president, Mrs. Mary Roberts, and Mrs. Thelira: SmithBack 1W from left: Prayer Band. Each speaker will be limited t o
yri courtesy and publicitywith Mrs. Omega Richardson, Mrs. Frances Parker, Andrew J. Sampson, Paul J. five minutes. Public is invited.

Mrs.Ossie Lee and Williams, Mrs. Janie Robinson, and Mrs. Chester Mae Hutchinson.
: Mrs.Vera GibsonMrs.W. (PHOTO BY AVERY:) **
E.A. Harrispastor for .
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the day.Captains. District 6 of West Union Baptist Church meets
of the six Imahuel l Baptist Association D;. J. P. Reader Sunday with Thelmon McBride 1204 Whitner St.at

groups are: Mrs.Annie 2 p.m. District 7 meets Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in
McNealMrs.R.YoungMrs Sunday Speaker the residence of Mrs. Carrie Riley,1216 AlcornSt.

Nella Lindy, Mrs. RoseWilliamsMrs.V.Gibson Meets Here Oct. 2630Ministers I
\ At Bethel ServicesThe

BIRDIE TRAVIS I and Mrs. L. Williams. and Deacons Mutual Union and Auxiliary Bethel Baptist -*************'***

New Stanton of the Emanuel Progressive_ Baptist Association Institutional Church
will convene here Oct.26-30 in West H. Wil son Singing groups of West Union Baptist Church celebrate
Birdie is a member the Rev. ,
of the 12-4 class the { Abyssinia, Friendship Baptist Church.the Rev.R.L. Wilson minister announ c e s their anniversaries Monday night a t sp.m.
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in the church auditorium.
pastor. minister
Newspaper StaffAnnual that the guest -
{ AnnouncesActivities
I Hev.R.U.Hilliamsthe officers expected are:
StaffStudent Council for the morning
( organizations moder- Sister Addie Hayes, *****:' :' *%
representative of hoom'room ( Don- worship on SundayOct.
and a majorette. ator, will attend the presidentSister 23, will be Dr. J. P.
; sessions. nie Cartervice-pres- Reeder of C olumbi a, Rev. G. T. McCall and congregation of MtVernon

** ** The regular order of Officers of the men's" ident; Sister Deloris S. C Dr. Reeder affectionately Baptist Church will conduct services: interest
service will take department expected SirassecretarySisterEvelyn ; known as of Men's Day Nov. 1 at West Union B ap t i st

place Sunday beginning ,. to attend will be Rev. Rogerscorres- "DAD" to the pastor, Church
a with Sunday School at W.M. Smithpresident; ponding secretary and is retired 'from the
8:30 a.m.4th the Rev.W.O.Rogers, vice- Sister Olive King of the Zion ****:HH "
pastorate
1FlrT- superintendent DeaconW. president; Brother missionary.Some Baptist Church in Co-
R. McNeal and teach- Lucky Miller, record, of the churches Rev. R. L. Smith, Pastor of First Timothy Bap-
lumbia. ,
ers in charge.Morningworship secretary; Rev. ll.B. which will be represented The Baptist Training tist Church has requested Choirs 1 and 2 to accompany -
starts at 1 1 Williams,corresponding during the him to services Friday night 8 p. m.
promptlyat
Union begins
a.m.with the pastor, secretary; Lie. S. A. sessions areNew Hope in the in St, Mark Baptist Church. ,
Rev.B.T.Wynn and officers ThomastreasurerRev.L.W. BaptistBethany Bapt- 5:45p.m.
in charge. West, Missionaryand ist, First New Zion basement of the ****BHP'*************
Choir 3 will se r ve Deacon JolinAnder-r Baptist, Philadelphia church. Th e serving
ROGER E.
New Stanton GLOVER I during the worship.B.T.U. son, president of theLaymen's Baptist, Summerville choirs will be the The Florida Northeast Conference is presentlyin

at 5:3tfp.m. with .Movement. Baptistand others. Children's and Senior session at Arnett Chapel CME Church,Quicny.Rev.'
Roger serves as vic ; the president, Deacon Women's Dcpartr.lentMary Choirs. Evening wor- R.C. Snelling is host pastor.
I (president of the mat}1- Hudson Cordon presid- ship begins at 7 p.m. ,
I1 emetics Clubis a Jnt 2m- ing. Evening worship McLeod Beth urfe with Rev. Isadore Ed- i8-tt 8H8H88 r H8IThe .
i jber of the Mod ellstsic begins at 6:45 p.m. wardsJr. expected to
church
i Teens and is Piar The Sunday School bring the message. general public and citywide groups
.st- Memorial Plans/ ToldNEW
building
teacher at Simpson rChorus will meet Sat- are invited to attend the gigantic pro-

Methodist Church. I urday at 5:30p.m. for YORK-In a significant move between Doro- gram rally scheduled for presentation Sunday
Mt. Calvary G Church
r in Tabernacle Baptist ,
p. night at 8 o'clock
4 44."J rehearsal. thy I. Height President of the National Coun-

L, .!:2 -'_ ," .*fL : The cil of Negro Women and Arthur A. J. Weglein 3j In Oct. 25 FeteThe The promptly well planned at 8 o'clock.Rev.W.E.prepared program Young gets is underway pastor.
-'- .:, *' Mary Mcleod Bethune Memorial Drive willbenefit -

i Saint. Stephen's to the tune of $250,000 over a period of Matrons Club of *****
three years. The amount is an estimate which .
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I' For Sun the Council will receive from the sales of M t .Calvary Baptist
Activities Dag-
; will heard well-known Maxie W.
gett & Ramsdell Products. II, Church present A capacity attendance
,
male recital last Sunday night inTabernacle
In a meeting here the Mt. Calvary Williams Jr. in
Church The event was sponsored -
recital
Chorus i n a Baptist
last week between Miss
St. Stephens AME Wardrobe of f r a- Tuesday night i n the in behalf of the Tri-State Rally of whichTabernacle
and
Height Mr.Weglein, b
grance, created y Florida State Ral-
Church ion church auditorium.Pro- is a member of the
congregat set in
plans were motion & Ramsde 11 's
Daggett
and its pastor, Rev. to mobolize the Je gram gets underway at ly.Mrs. Kaudelle Storey was general chairmanrMrs.
famed perfumer a n
J. S. Johnson, will largest army of dealers Desprez of Paris, for 8 o'clock. Evelyn organist-accompanist: directed -

GWENJX1L"YN-DA.V .S worship at As bury ,area and city man- the National Deb,Bah], Recently organizedthe the musical program.
New Stanton }fethodist Church,, Al- agers any company has will be shared by the male chorusis now under -
Tribute meda and First St s. the direction o f ******"
is paid to ever employed in this NCNW."As president of ...
Gwendolyn, of the 10- Sunday. The Rev. I. market.This will be the Council Ian aware the well-known VernonSmith.Favorites
class She is a membe McPherson is pastor. backed by an impact of what this can mean i
of the Journalism clu -Tuesday evening,Oct. advertising and pro- to our drive," said rendered will include
Stanto-Music-C,o/ and 25 at 7p.m., an after motional campaign.Thisforce Dorothy Height. She/ : "I'm Willing To Wait? r

reporter for baneroom class meeting will be will have a,:)int said that this tie-in "Lord Save Me," "Step 4
Hobbies are /' reads held in honor of thepastor's ; program to follow witt will also open great In.Jesws"and many on-
and dancing.Listen.-/ fourth anni- the Mary Hcleod B e- for hers. -
'" opportunities member
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... versary. thune .Memorial Fund .
.:of the Council ; Featured soloist o n ..
.. k Drive its focal point. and"non-women members : the program w ill be

.I I t The special line, "A throughout the Coun : Maurice JenkinsGeorge

j jJt try."Both m women SmithE.C.JonesDaniel
to Pepsi! I of the race will CooperEdward Jenkins,

-It Music-Quest_Friday be',given opportunities ; Albert Jackson and Dea?_
to advance in the : Harris.
Leroy
Hitis\ 10:30 to 11:00
I cosmetic business according : The public is invited.. .
For:Phone Requests to their a-

__ EL 6-0161-2 bilities," she further .,

:,. stated. : PresentationOctober .


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STAR,TO HOLD MEET At Mt. Sinai .

1, MAKB4?SKIN REACHES Salome Chapter 106 A play entitled, "The ;
Order of Eastern Star Touch That Heals" win
"MO fMINONED"LahtMl invites its friendsand be presented by the

veil withers to MissionarySociety of *

attend a Seance Tea Xt. Sinii Sa p t Let ,. .
Sundar,Oct.30 rat 4p.m ChurchLee & 6th Sta., :. KEN KNIGHT
in the hose of Mrs.J. Stmday,Oct.23 *t' 7p.a. .
dirt C* Monday, 725 Monroe. in the church audito- -: Invite You To Listen To "
Street.An riwu .'Y
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JIeI.II 0DIa1 I excellent program' j r A cordial i&ritati on "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting .
D Ien"etT has been planned for it being extended to -
)- oe"M. the occasion. Scene of 4 I friends sad the city's At ':00 P. M. Nightly --,.
the cit)4s outstanding. general public to vit-
oj Mni talent will be pre- ness this very finerelijdoas .. 1400 ffRHC
aesn of hm.rs tr..noy"Th. Jr wrh d 3t sented. drsaa. 1.400Saturday
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DAVIS, the Syracuse University flashand -- -
of the faaous Jim Brown of the Ky DAYTONA BEACH Fla., The tile parade, eight bands hava
fj f a protege famed Rattlers of Florida A&M wcepted the InvUatfoD to ,,a '
Cleveland Browns was one of the five tan stars University will be the.homecom. P* r. The number of float. al

to be picked on the Eastman Kodak Comp any's A frig foe for the Wildcats of Beth. ready. entered.stated Bodrigue,
team. Davis was' eked'reseason'A11Azaerican i une-Cookman College, on Sat. "will five us the finest.paradeever
P urday Oct. 22, at 2 P. M. The held In Daytona Beach.
with Art Baker (fullback), Syracuse;Earl
along game will be played, In Welch At 2 P. M. the homecoming
Faison (end), Indiana; George Fleming (halfback Memorial Stadium. game will be held at Welch Memorial

I ), Washington, and Tom Wilson, Iowa State. The Wildcats, after sufferingtwo Stadium. A gala
Stanton High defeats are working to over recepUoq
the former New
ALFRED
DENSON' b
come their difficulties in orderto planned for the visiting'alumni
School Blue Devil, seems to be making the grade be prepared for the Rattlers. at6PId.

at Florida A. and M. University as a member of Saturday morning at, 9 o'clock The Victory_Dance will be held
the power-laden A. and M. Rattlers. Denson was Alumni the executive committee of the In they.college' gymnasium at B

one of the power players with the Blue Devils the Conference Association Room will of meet-White in P. M Music for both dances will.

under Coach James Small. As a freshman, he has Hall. be furnlshedibya Ernie Calhounand

three more years ahead of him and -with the At 10 A. M. a parade will be ,Fla. his. orchestra from Tampa,
held. According to Edward B. '
showing he is making now will probably end his Rodriguez, grand marshal of

football career in, a blaze of'glory. Fans who _
saw him play at Stanton will have another chanceto & -

see him perform in the Gator Bowl, Saturday A R

night Oct. 29,. when the Rattlers meet the team

from South Carolina State.,

SPEAKING OF SOUTH CAROLINA STATE as an cfcpo-

,rent for the mighty Rattlers, the fa n s arc b Y

r wondering how they stack up abainst the fangsof

the powerful Rattlers. Other opponents -have h}. 1
fallen by the wayside as they were caught i n

the pathway of the onrushing Rattlers.No mercy ALTHO Douglas :\ndcrs on High'S Dragons won their recent sridfcst \/itiiDuval

has been shown and no let up granted others and Vocational's Engineers by a whopping 33-6 final score,the con-

why should it happen to South Carolina State. not without its usual thrills. Top photo left shows Jragons- dY,
was &aw
test : i
BASEBALL FANS will never forget George Wei s Ben Davis (54) receiving after game congratulations from Engineers _

of the New York Yankees. In 1932 Weiss took Capt. Pernell Stevens (58)) Backfielder Johnny llass-top left d. n r-L_ c + 1
Capt.
charge of the powerful farm system of the the winnersis shown scampering for a 35-yard TD. Terrell iirowu x.i 4YOa
of $
Yankees -which he founded and in 1948 h e was intercepted an Engineer pass but was downed after a len- _
bottom photo
made general manager of the New York Yank e e sIn '.
1949 he built one of the most powerful baseball gthy gain. (PHOTOS BY AVERY) t: _

f teams in history. He came up'with such .

r stars as Joe DiMaggio, Phil Rizzuto,Tomny Hen- r Saturday's :

rich, Hank Bauer, Billy Johnson, Johnny L i n- _'

\\ dell, Gerry Coleman, Allie Reynolds, Vic R a s- -Ji I GAMES i h,

chi, Gene Woodling, Joe Page, Bobby Brown, Eddie II IJ
Lopat and Yogi Berra. Only Berra remains.IN I
i TALKING WITH MARION 1 MOTLEY the great full- J (JoUlES SATURDAY., OCT. 22.
Storehouse at Tusk*ge (FrIday
back with the Cleveland Browns who was fore ed Oct. 21). .

to retire because of injuries and to listen as r.. Phil.'Smith at Alabama Ami. --INJUHSD Chicago Hears backficla: satellite:

he spoke of the great Jimmy Brown who took his Savannah Florida, A&M St. at at Bfllmne-fook-Beue-diet. i "./illie Gallinore who was injured last wcoji is

place at fullback was 'delightful. He spoke of n t man expected to be back in-the line up in less thjm:
Brown in glowing terms. To Motley, Drown is: one t Virginia Union at Bluefirld
State I two weeks. Former FA Itattlers star is one of
if the fullback z. ,
not greatest
I of the greatest 62 Tennessee State at Onfral mainstays with. the George I/alas pay- for-pajr
football. He said Brown is not only a star of State griddcrs. "
I IR Alabama State at Clark-'
but he is a great team man. tI .
the
game, I Texas Southern at ("rlIUf
ONLY ONE MORE SATURDAY stands between the football ChristiSt. I

fans and the Florida Classic. The female I .Paul at KlizabHh City FOOTBALL!
Flsk at Howard
outfits
what their
fans are already planning Shaw at T. C. Smith .
will be. They are discussing the color of t he Morris Brown at Kentucky FOOTBALL!

frock and of course you know the bag and shoes Y Delaware State state at, Lincoln FOOTBALL!

Now what will make the "Little ".." '_ .- J .t. (PL)
are included t Norfolk State al 1Jviiig toneta'ett.e"ille
Classic
Missus" awfully mad win be to dress u pin \ } at St. AiiuslliiA Annual Florida

their finery, hustle out to the Gator Bowl t o i Fort Valley at South Carolina

a football game that' winds' up looking likesee ,r Jackson State State at Southern: CAROLINA
SOUTH
a track rteot.? r' : Hampton at Virginia State
THE TIGERSaeain. OF EDtfAKD WATERS are on the mover :::J, L"! .. Arkansas AM&N at Wiley
has been playing has been '" It."" 't .. i North Carolina A&T at.\\in.
The team <
way
the joy and pride to football fans who h ave : Lane stop at-Salem Xavier STATE -COLLEGEBULLDOGS
It 1(1 );: \
followed the Tiger teams through the years. ( : : Wayne State at Lincoln ()Io.)
thing for the followers of sportsto :. Maryland State al North Carolina
is a common
and review the his- FRIENDLY ENEMIES Pittsburgh Pirates star outfielder, College
the past
look back over Roberto Clemente and Yankee catcher Elston Howard talk MONDAY, OCT. 24
school's athletics, and draw a comparison ,chalkedup Maryland State al North Carolina
Pirates
tory of a things over at Yankee Stadium before the
and the past. Whatever afternoon. Howard, who College
Monday
of the present their third series victory VS.FLORIDA.
been and whatever the future may has appeared ip four World Series, had collected'six hits in --.- -
>/ the past has homer and a triple. He had
Bell and his 13 times at bat including a
be, the present is now. Coach George also scored four runs and batted in four. Clemente, appearing Good forasthmatics
news
hat
the coaching staff have built a team t in his first series has appeared in the five games, been to A&MRATTLERS

everyone can ,feel,, proud of. The Tigers are onthe bat 21 times collecting. six hits and batting in two runs. ,. -
3p*dalist'a dtaeo..ry now nuke ItpOMibl

FOOTBALL march.IS ON THE MEKU. SUPPORT' THE TEA-S.STAR '. Banks Maris Lead ot(..iaUnul quickly pine*ape for dntc_leUe.bronehi-J tad..or cbc pa1aluIlaJeeUoee.do asthma*.It...without. eouchlnf.saffvcrsla ... -

So Ml* you cu rt Dr Guild's Cnea
kfow tarn la either clcarwtur. or comouatf -
*> form without pnacril' OL Ask
'SILVER your druciUt lor it. ('59 National Champions)

: All-Stars In NewarkRoger WATCH THIS CLOWN

; IN THE GAME OF THE YEAR
DRIVE IN LIQUORS Maris. of the New York Yankees, and Ernie Banks, of 50-13-77
5668 Avenue BJacksonville's the Chicago Cubs, have announced completed lineups for their
Friendliest post-season battle of the Maris American. League All-Stars against_ 619-07-666 featuring the-
the Banks National League All-
Stars at Roosevelt Stadium, Friday Newcombe, of the Indians and ">&
Bob,Shaw, of the While Sox, in 5 9
LOUNGE AND PACKAGE STORS night : the pitching department. FAMED FAMU MARCHING BAND
Maris, just ending the World 7 3 ,
announced Maris now has Bob Ccrv -K. .
Series at Pittsburgh, Cf i
COURTEOUS SERVICEAT Yankees, on first; Frank Bollin*. 6 4
he had signed Jim Lemon, of the
for the left TIgers 2b; Frank Malzonc, Red
ALL TIMES Washington Senators,
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field spot, and John Romano, of Sox, 3b; and Marv Breeding. Ojj- 56-42-73 SATURDAYOCTOBER ".
des, Maris
r the* Cleveland Indians, as a shortstop will beto
right, Lemon in left and the 275-03-775
You Don't Hove to Go to Town to Get catcher.lie has also added big Don colorful Jimmy Picrsall, in cen S. utI..M "'. try
ter. Sia.fl.ss "', .... 29
H. mM. subtract
t LOW PRICES ?a He wriu It till ...+.4
THIS CLOWNIS At 8:00 P.M.


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1 In Your Loco! Papers Box Seats Reserved Section Students

$3.50 $2.50 $1.10

I WOODS DIDE- .PHARMACY r rS HAIL ORDERS FOR TICKETS-will U accepted by IL IL Partridge
Business Manager Florida A. fc JL University. TaUahawea.Fla. .
1W2 KN! ROAD ef MYRTU AVENUE Ticket are now on sale at the following Jacksonville loc,.
WOMB.,.MSWMW tons: Kory Korner Davis at 8th;Myrtle Are.Hoiicry and Confectionery
In the Kid-Week Issue
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feBrw W. Aj& Docto/i' PniuJftto 'J Ai'Sa Every Wednesdayfor ...... )turd s. 823 E.Union;Dixie Pharmacy,Myrtle Ate. at Kings Road;
r. PAY YOUR ". b Sol and Nip Sport Shop,1914 W.43th; M 1 ,LIGHT, WATER TELEPHONE ; r'w : Edgewood Ave.; Hollywood Music Store: 605 W. ,A..hlfy; Cohen
BILLS AT 'OUR STORE. : % "Total Scorea"His \ Brother,St..3amea Blvd.;Harry FInkeMU-ln Company,(33 W.Bay
tf low drenHt punt luprtf you tf SHAVING POWDER G0. word is His and Tourist Bureau. Hemming Park.
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:- BABBER WANTED.Ixiediately -- ,- -_. ,-_._-
ROOM FOR RENT .*-. 200 .Home

EASTSIDE'ROOM'FOft DEVICE'SBeauty Apply Economists In r

RENT TWOELDERLYWOMEN & Barber Shop
PENSIONERS 1273 I KINGS IU>. BCC ConfabDaytona
EL 6-9938
PREFERRED OR COUPLE Beach Miss
Frances R. ThomasHome
PRIVATE CHRISTIAN Royal' Crown
Economics Specialist, Prepare Now For A Good Paying!
H YE. DIALEL 5.4394 Bottling Company State Department of Career In Barbering
I Enroll Now In The South Finest
Education, Tallahassee College. G.I. Approved
announced that more FLORIDA BARBER COLLEGE
EMPLOYMENT I
i' than 200 Homemaking Branch -
personnel were in attendance 630 Davis At Beaver-Phone EL 59874
Looking For A Good Job? at Bethune-
Jobs of all TYPES available Cookman College for
Sale
For
the the Florida Homemaking t
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DAVIS Teachers Annual State RUSHING STREET, 757-Corner Logan Street Southeast.' 5-room
Employment Service W. Conference. bath; lights. $6,250.00.
428 BROAD ST. C.C. Miss Thomas stated
WEST STATE STREET 740-Buiineu, $6,500.00 and terms.
that representatives
EL 4-7257
1740 DAVIS STREET-Business. $10,000.00 and terms.
from every high schoolin
3 torts Florida were in attendance -' F. HENRY WILLIAMS
STRAMD
Sunday for this con
ference. Several out- REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
UNA TURNER ANIHONY QUINN
SANDRA,DEE -JDHN SAXON standing consultants- 410 BROAD STREET Elgin 4-8355
shared their experiences -
R'LtltQr : la.ck with this group on

LLOYD" NOUN&iHtwcuorRAYWALSTON Thursday, Friday, and HOUSES FOR SALE
'1'&.:''IT IIO RICHARD BASEHART SaturdayOct.20-22. Fayetteville Sub-Division
PLIIBRoosevelt Registration_for this
group was held:in late CITY SEWER. WATER AND ONE BLOCK FROM
Hall Auditorium. The BUS LINE ONLY TWO LEFT'33RD AT SPIRES
first session and all STREET $53.00 PER MONTH
of the other meetingswere MORRIS CONSTRUCTIONPO a
held in Moore
8-4291 4791 ORTEGA BLVD
..Gymnasium... \ I
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1ST BTO For
Sale
3 BIG FEATURES rN
ROOM FOR RENT 3111 Woodlawn Road 5 Rooms
Nice Room and Bath. 3123 Woodlawn Road- 5 Rooms with bath $5/)00

Couple Preferred.Call 2166 Yulee Street- c'.. Concrete
PO 8-2764 Block- RoomsTile Bath $11,000.00

HONEYMOONS".a( : 2904 Blvd.-14 Rooms $14,500.00

PLII CII NO1 After the Movie Snacks Several Lots in the county and city for sale

Bacon Sausage Terms can be arranged
LUVINIA M; ROBINSONReg
$ [ FISH Eggs Hot Cakes : Real Estate Broker
And AKIBQIn QtlUIM naum Milk I
JOHN PAYNE RUTH OMAN : Ham Coffee EL 6-0558 531 W; lithSh
ICAUOUHAISHBFJICOOPEJIRebel -- French Fried Potatoes
: IN TASTY FOODS
itewn 14 "Trade at MATHIS and Save!"

SKYVIEW $UN..mss. I JllaJeline Air-conditioned s Coffee/ Shop JA On Those FAMOUS ADAM HATS


JIM.iM' : "1929 KINGS ROAD


STORE
And iI'1
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"MONSTER CF THE CAMPUS" AND SAVE!"
Win $200 Cash Hon.Kite
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j. i :When fie fn r ; 1073-75 FLORIDA AVENUE

her in his Stacy's, Dr. Locke, /

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