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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:
November 26, 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:
UF00028362:00586

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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:
November 26, 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:
UF00028362:00586

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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First-degree murder charges against 37 year PALATKA Mrs. Enma Moore who charges that her
old Freeman Ross of V28J E. Union Street were husband Rumley was shot fatally; by a police
reduced during a hearing Wednesday before Clr- officer last March 1, filed. suit see kin g
cuit Judge Albert W. Graesale. However, it was $100,000 from the City of Palatka for' her.husband's ; -.
ruled that the defendant must face homicide death, it has been reported. _*; ... r
charges in Criminal Court of Record. Circuit Judge P. B. x "
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and remanded him to
jail to await filing Perry Kite Jr.wjio resigned Suspended .*5l
lesser from ,from tbelForce.; .1 '
of charges J
ctunty solicitor's of. % '" Kite .was reportedly' A sobbing'. fa t her
exonerated of' the
fice. i charged with beating
Ross had been pre-, shooting lya' coroner% his 9-year old daughter -

'viovaly-boimd over for -AJ jury. heard the judge f
grand Jury action after ,: ;, In the charges, Mrs. administer a stern .
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involvement the ; Moore states thatKite reprimand and received PERFORMING FOi: FUND-Some of the who the
r :) shot and killed her Jaxons participate variety
fatal shooting of Cle- .<';. \ husband without a suspended s e n- show Wednesday night to raise funds for the Jacksonville Urban Leagueare
ophus (Buddy) McCoy, 4 vocation Madison pro- tence here last week. shown in the scenes above. In the top phot doing the "Madison"
40, of 608 James St. near a J.C. Thomasdescribed Shaw Abram Earl
Street cafe. are Atty. Leander KingUlysees BaietyAtty. Johnson,
McCoy; ,who is allegedto ... -. 't';:;. The juring ruling as a construction Frank Hampton, League Secretary Junius BowmanJesse Fergusonand Dr.
have been attempting stated that Kiteact- workertold city Judge Daniel Lauray. At center, the "Hully Gully", the current dance rave
to actas a peace- in his Bob M.Johnson that he is given treatment by Junius Bowman, Mrs. Earl Johnson and Harold
ing properly
makerwas killed during Freeman Ross who faces punished his daughter Holmes. The scene at bottom showsat left, Prof. Leroy Jackson and
role officer
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as an ,
pistol shooting trial for the shootingof had arrested Ioore because she stayed out Archie Pray doing a hilarious sketch. At right, John Gripper enchants
incident between Ross < late nights. the audience
Cleophus Buddy" with a vocal solo.
and William Harc]Jd,45, McCoy. following an alter- During the hearing, -
Ionia St. cation with another witnesses testifiedthat -
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....- Negro. Moore ,is saidto Johnson ''broke a Negro Federal Agent TripsN. Mrs. L. Lawson PIYle.De
have bled to deathas ,half inch thick.stick
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Five 'Sl eeChildren. -_ the result of a across ,the. -c h ildrs E.: Fla.> Shine Operation data By .
bullet wound in his
cheek with the resulting .
Di. In Sweeping fire
leg. effect of the blow MCCLENNY-Successful undercover work by a Negro 1 Reports reaching Jack-
the with the Federal i sonville said death
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS-Tragedy struck here with leaving daughter'seye undercover agentworking
shocking swiftness here Sunday night when fire BidRejected tightly swollen.In Alcohol, and Tobacco Unit,resulted in the arrest' has claimoiMrs.Lenora
swept a two-room frame shack snuffing out the Parker admonishing the of three persons and the seizure of numerous ,I Lawson Payne, well-
lives of. five children. defendant before pass- vehicles in a gigantic network o f moonshine :, known socialite and
Investigating- off i- By ing .a suspended s e n- raids in Noreast Florida which are extendinginto former resident of the
of the Sheriff's department Caskill, son of Mrs tence, Judge Johnson Georgia, it was reported Wednesday. Gateway City.
reported ,the Weeks and grandson of Florida State stated that in too Given 'preliminaryhearing County Sheriff Ed Tal'i!i Mrs. Payne who livedon

fire started when Mrs. Mrs. Malet. many homes, switches before U. S. brough. B.K. Finley, i West 8th Street fora

Sara Weeks, mother of Three NegroJr. TALLAHASSEE readmission -, are used on everythingbut Commissioner T.V. Cohen director of the Florida number of years died
one of one of the applicationby children, sternly and Jacksonvilleand Beverage Department in New York city'following -
victims left a news- Colleges Richard Francis warning the prison r later released under stated that six months a brief ill-
paper which she ttougit Parker, 25-year old that he was veryvery $500 bond each of investigative work 1 ness.
was extinguished in who wrong. had warrants She was the former
In fla.TALLAHASSEEAntici sociology student produced
the house! Sought were Billy Burnsed,33 wife of I.Le. Lawson ,
Was convicted d un d e r for the arrest of 15-
MrsWeeks had lighted 'vagrancy charges f o r Close Elzy Marvin Sieers.38; men and had resultedin wellknown postal
the paper in orderto pating a vital need; having participatedin Negroes and Henry JamesConner ? ,eight stills being! worker and' following
look under a bed The trio win a divorce became the
the State Advisory sit-in demonstrations lunch CounterST. pinpointed.for dynamiting
for a pair of shoes. Council on Education .in Jacksonville face later, U. S. District wife of the Rev. J.S.
_ She told officers this week requestedthe and was arrested Court actionitwas Payneof New YcrfcJCity.:
that thinking the paper Legislature to last Sunday: for similar PET SBtJRG- The stated. 'Mum* Mrs.Payne is survivedby
had been extinguished manager:Woolvorthvs, The undercover agsrt Bryant
appropriate $1Bjt74159 acts in: Nashville, a daughter, Mrs.
she left the to expand 26-junior Tenn.,was turned down .order ds :the storeSs J James A. Taylor: Jr., Florence Lawson Wilson -
house for 15-minute son college and'$3l75,704to by Florida State University lunch counter:,closed 40, of Trenton, N. 'J. TAHPA'It' has been a local schoolteacher
an errand.When she construct three officials when four unidentified is reported to have reported that Cov- and 2 grand-
returned,the house was Negro and a similar Negroes sough: service met the men while elect Farris Bryant daughters.-
the facilityitvas as a driver countered with brief
ablaze. number white ones. R.R.. Oglesbydean of at, working Funeral announcements
The victims arejVer- reported Saturday. for the moonshine ringon "No ca ment" whezi have been
The six-new proposed student8sald:: Parker's not yet announced -
non Mallet,9, Frances facilities would be application ,for read- .' According to witnesses .1 illegal whiskey questioned by telephone *
Dingle,8,Adair Dingle slated to serve the mission was:denied upon four Negro youths sat purchasing tripe. whether he intended -
?,and Glenn Dingle,4f Orange-Seminole and recoaaendation of down at :the counter It was further d i s- to continue the WANTED-Men and women
all children of Mrs Osceola County areas the awaiting service but closed that approadnately -- race relations committee -' who honestly'desire' to face

Mildred Mallet, owner. and Lake-SumterLee- disciplinary. The dean madeno committee 'left isstediately when 20 to 25 agentsarlicipated.1n set-up by Gov. their meeting alcoholic: Monday problem and Free Friday -

of the ah&ckand four- Charlotte- Collie'HendryGlades further coaaent waitresses said the thea1ongwith'Baker LeRoy Collins sa nine *. 8:00 P3L,' Clara White
months old Kervin counters were Closed. raids .months ago. .
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Saturday, November .26. 1960 THE FLORIDA STAP 1j JRAQ2TTOTH


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. .IIIWI i Louis Lautier Tells WhyGOP'sLost :
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i lriit4 Jeiioa. WIN I..M LOUIS LAUTIER
.... w....':; Cli--t.IIa.'-..-- < J headquarters here that
WASHINGTONSenator kept up a constant

orncs PLAY s -.w f- .,.. John F. Kennedy of flow of propaganda to
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f build Senator Kennedy
Massachusetts owes his
Mailing Addfttts fI election as President into a champion of

P. O.,Box SI 1. J&Cbosrii. 1. Florida bIWrr I of the United Statesto civil rights and Sena-

BATES the big colored' Johnson as the archi-
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? tect of the 1957 and
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vote given him In the
OM Tnr,..J.) H u:1'tIr. AMi Tfam.. Hoeiha .1." L F'
1960 Civil Rights
big cities of the North
MaW T0 Ten, Ajwhtt IB The UnUi SiaiM.fofeicxipiioa .
Frbl !a Ad.....:S Bd Cb.ck ex Maa TFLORIDA Order To East and West. Acts.
Colored voters voted Since Mr Dawson directed -
8TAJU-P. 0. BOX ,JACTSOHVILLE 1. FLORIDA
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: for Kennedy and John- the campaign

.m son for a number of which brought a heavy
Criticism Without Foundation f WE.DONY LIKE V WE APE ANGLO SOOWS- reasons.The chief' one colored vote toKennedyand
LWEaWEOOKl'T A
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BEUGION-
I YOUft SUPERIOR RACE 1ND
\ OURS IS GETTER! f, ( YOUR COUPft! v MATE ALL NON-VWTES however, was probablythe Johnsonhis pres-
f i "v failure of the Republican tige is probably higher

Two sociologists from Emory University of Atlanta YOUR S1AN90ut1tK7 .\ National cm- than it has been since

Professors James W. Wiggins arid Helmut / You tNfER10Ri' aE mittee and Volunteersfor 1948 when he was ableto

Schoeck, recently published an independent study I Nixon to make an deliver a big

of the health care situation of persons over 'WE HATE. earnest effort t o colored vote to Presi-

65. The gist of this fully documented work: was corral the colored dent Harry Truman.

that most of our elderly citizens are not suf- vote. But the percentageof

fering a high rate of sickness and are not experiencing It was not, until late the colored vote

great, financial difficulties in October that the Republicans that Mr.Daws on won for

meeting medical bills. Another finding is that .1, .... began to the KennedyJohnson
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about 90 per cent of the respondents to the 4'--' make a bid for the ticket this year bidsto

study did not know of unmet. personal medical MfRICA : colored vote. be even higher than

needs. By then, Representative: the percentage which
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The study's validity has been challenged in William L. Dawson of Mr.Truman received in

some circles-notably circles which sup- WHY ACCPETANCE> OF AMERICAS LEADERSHIP IS QUESTIONED Chicago had setup and 1948..

port federal medical aid, to everyone over 65, : operating anefficient If Presidentelect

whether he needs ,it or not, within the Social '-"' '- .------- Kennedy follows pre-

Security system., : ,: = : .. Y r DallyHoroscope cedent jhe will consult
Now the sociologists have strongly defended T Mr.Dawson on appoint-

their findings. In a letter to the New York E' Quid ments of colored per-
:
Times they state that the critics "have not _- sons to high Federal
_
cited current figures to question our findingsbut .. __ WHICH AU YOU LUCKY DAYS FOi ""' '- office. Colored Democrats -

have rather emitted cries of disbeliefand .. : BUSINESS LOVE TJAYRBy _' are likely to'

have made public speculations about techniques .- '-PABLO, The ASTROLOGER press for the namingof

or motives of the authors which could'explain' a colored personto

our findings. It is obvious that some of our ;__ ... ",',:.. 4,: ,' .; ", ,,.- a Cabinet post and
critics have been unable to find comparabledate of colored persons to
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or have not troubled to' do so." '- t Federal district judge- I

Their study, they add, was, given the coopera- .J, Sagittarius ships :in the continental -

tion of. 25 sociologists and' psychologists at Aries Leo United States.

universities throughout the, :nation in conduct I fern Nov. 23rd tluu Dee. 2hJ Under President Trumantr.DatSon -

ing the interviews. It has been validated b y' lorn March 2UlA_ Apra_ 19th Born july23rd thru Aug.. 22nd SaL 26thGregariousness.. You generallylike grabbedoff

other independent studies.;.Cne, of these, ,interestingly 5at.t26th-Contentment. You should havecomplete Sat 26mBalance..You should find yourself people and extract considerable forChicagoans two
was conducted by, the Social Security peace of mind when you know that more satisfied with the way you have spiration from them. Your older acquaintances of the top appoint-
have met all obligations. Cultivateclose :Make sources' wisdom.
you" your difficulties and problems. : are .
settled
Administration itself and ,it found that: '. your ments-Herman S.Moore
was ties with higher-ups. this, a restful evening. SUN. 27th-Erudition. You can continueto ,
more than half of the persons surveyed had UN. 27th-Devotion. Others will follow SUN. 27th--Project See what needs to be add to your education by accepting invitations who is now retired

spent less than $100 in an entire year' for four four good spiritual examples beliefs.when This you may live be up even to done to make your living space more comfortable with to discrimination.mingle with cultured. people.Spend judge of the United

medical care, even including the cost of aspirin.No I more important than ambition.Mon.'lStb Mon 38th and-Costs.practical.. You could be taken MoD. Mtb=Ah a1doD. Refrain from buy. States Court for the
one denies that proportion of elder 1y :-Equality.:There'should be room. abackTw the costs of obtaining supplies and lug selling or speculating when the odds Virgin Islands, and
[or human relationships along with more services. Your ingenuity may now are against you. You should avoid emotional
people must be finan ia.l1y.aided if they are You have important, 'wsential Irving C. l1 llis on as
interests. an this
worldly
acid test. entanglements evening.
to have adequate medical care. We now have a responsibility in the family. Tue..29th-B1ueprIDL be put to the Consult with people Tue. 29th-Firmness. The lack of self- judge of the United
federal law designed to provide that aidandto Tue. 29th-Action. Be resolute in :your determination who have all the answers to, the problems control, or the inability to refuse those you States Customs Court.
to do nothing that will upset blocking your way. Forceful love, could make a serious. dent in your
it the
provide on basis' of need through Conflicts that are now I The one big appointment -
associations.
and public
personal rather than expedite -
could .rebound cash reserve
solutions : ; !
joint federal-state action. This is the *
proper usually harm everyone. ,,matters: I 510441431514Capricorn which President
way to deal with ,the problem and the way to -. 240- -19-62-247 ','" 2-80-33-12-27-283 : Truman made independ-

get maximum result_ at minimum cost ently of !r.Dawsonu3sthat
*,** C ,
: Vinjn
ii.: : Taurus .! torn Dtc 22ad thru Jan. 19th ,of ,/il1iam II.

Sat 26th 'tulatfon. Shopping, visitingand Hastie as judge of the
AIR NEEDS CLEARINGSome soft Born Awg. 3rd thru Sept. 22nd. attending to, personal needs should United States Third
torn April 20th &ni May Sat. 26th-Understanding. Cooperationshould keep you and your companion busy. A Circuit Court of Ap
Sat 26th-Splendor. Friends and companions not be lacking when you require it, fine evening to see old fnends and enjoy
have much to' contribute to the day's or'when there is fun to be had. Dear ones the good things of life. peals.Judge Has iewon
pleasures and experiences., Indulge in pastimes and friends may join you. SUN.27th-Environment. With the December this appointment by
little time nationwide that are instructive. "SUN. 27th-Devotion. Dedicate yourself to holidays coming closer, you may start the campaign which he
ago a survey was SUN. 27th-Lethargy. It would not be surprising the persons and pursuits that are sound and on your,projects and correspondence. Do
conducted on peaceful uses of atomic energy. after an exciting week if you feel worth-while. This would be a good evening' not take on too much. waged for election of
One question read: "Do you feel that atomic tired and drowsy.This is your day to reactivate to entertain someone. Mon.28th-Obduracy.An inflexible attitude Mr. Truman in 1948.
power for peaceful should be your spent energies. Mon 28thIndependence. You no doubt. may bring opposition from home and public But on every other
purposes developed. !Mon. 28th Gravity. The turn of events are more aware than ever that a strong financial associates. It is better to find a formula
by our government or by private industry?" The should be cause for sober reflections. It position is the greatest asset in We.'. that suits everyone. appointu ntif not on

results: 35 ,per cent said by goverrmtent;25 per may not .be entirely justified to criticize or But don't take risks. I I Tue. 29th-Prudence. Real trouble seems that one, Jlr. Dawsonwas
take the pessimistic view. :Tne. .29th-Anticipation. Something seems to be brewing, if you have failed to convince consultedeven
cent by on
private 22
industry; per cent by both, Tue. 29th-Reaction. You should not be to be brewing between you and someone i|I someone close to you that there is DO basis
and 18 per cent had no opinion.The at a loss to accommodate yourself to exist. who is close to you. Be careful lest this for misunderstandings. This could seriously appointments of col-
principal peaceful use of atomic energy, ing circumstances. Shun highway travel and lead to an estrangement, emotional boomer-instability interfere with your future plans and pe ice ored persons to the
Showdowns
all other visible hazards. or loss of cash. of mind. District of Columbia
as of now, lies in the production of electric ,to your detrimept. 9-30-55-14-45-935
ang
ity.' And, going by the results of this pollit 1-50-11-18-71-157. -99-13-98-793 Municipal Court. ,

looks as' if those who favor a govern nt "crash" Gemini Scorpio _nos Senator Thrust Morton "

program, at a huge cost to the taxpayers,have of Kentucky,chairman -
21st
thru JUM
made substantial torn May 21st ,22aIII fare Jca. 20th IIn hL 1ft* of the Republican
a dent in public thinking.If Sat. 26ih-Eitee& You should have cause Ioni Oct. 24th 'brit $". *
,that is so, the air needs to be cleared. for pride when you can point to the recordof Sat, 26th-Surcease. You thoroughly Sat 26th- Satisfaction.: You should fee) National Comitteeis
may better when
First of all, the utility industry has demon- your accomplishments.SUN. enjoy the chance to do what you please your part according you know to that the rules.you have done for one of those who attribute -

strated, by investing and allocating huge sums 27th-Invitation. Accept openings to when and where it 'suits you. Pursuits within .the items you may require. Shop the defeat of
move 'among interesting 'people where you i *, the home, ,are most gratifying. SUN. 27th Nixon and
of money for atomic plants that, it is capableof Probability. You can almost Lodge to
could make friends.
You soundas
new are as
SUN. 27th-Ownership. Go ahead with take for the
granted indications that
making the most of this new energy source. the resources you possess. 'projects to acquire property, if you are sacrifices and endeavors have been your the colored vote.
"
It works in, close, cooperation with the Atomic Mon. 28tb-SolYeuty. It may be wiser to so inclined. Old houses can be repairedMon. I'' Enjoy a social event. producvc. "I had hoped that we
Energy Commission and the other interested buy for cash only when'you cannot refrain 28th=Decisiveness. Do not be fright- Mon., 28th-Ad tahWty. Experience is a would take three out
government agencies It is witha from accumulating: things. Installment purchases ened by any responsibilities you may have great ,teacher, and now may be"the time of four c riti cal
experimenting may become top-heavy assumed. There are many factors in your .for YOU to make the best of what: ft has .
wide variety- of reactors, 'in order to learn, Tue. 29th-Production. You should find it favor when you are courageous.Tue. taught you. Do not be stubborn. t states," Senator Horton -
which promise maximum: efficiency a t min' ttan easier now to fulfill quotas and to extract 29th-Contention. Success on the,one' Tue. 29.th-Safeguard.,Take the vocationaland told a news con-
good returns from'your endeavors. Shun hand be,the of 'a partnership climatic hazards seriously, and
cost, It is performing major national servicein may cause protect ference in a postmortem
adventures late this
evening. otfier yourself in the know
f split, heated rivalry, or very'diJturD..1mg way you best. Care-
helping to solve the many problems scien- '4-30-66-16-53-436 occurrences.' You would harm yourself ,lessness exacts its price. of the'el ction1*

tific and economic--that still exist. most if you succumb,worry or dip recklessly '- He named as the

The campaign to make the peaceful applicationof ;'- : :. in your funds. 3-90-22-13-23-392 "critical states"Pennsylvania

energy a, government monopoly i s! ( .. 320551542325'w. Ohio ,

simply part and parcel of the old drive t o Cucgrfern ; ; Libra Pint: Michigan andJJLlinois.

socialize the, electric; industry.If successful, ': .fern 3 23rd .....Od. 23i* *....**. 19* .. Nixon carried only. one
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it would produce nothing that. private enterprise ,June 23nd thru July 22nd". -: : pt *** of then, Ohio.
Sat. %6th-ComJWilo A fine Sat, 260t-DdfebL Some of the pleasure
Sal day tc
working with, >mentcannot prod e.Itwou1.d. ; 2&bDreamIai. A wonderful day to "first blus'a"iorton
: gover that have At -
dream about the future and what expect surround yourself with the persons and may been lacking earlier in the
destroy a major source of taxes even- while devoting from it. You may get there you sooner things you love. Take a realistic view' aboutJJ week may now warm your spirits. You said, he thought
,
talents and qualities. may give or receive a present
when 'someone ., the religious issuewas
.d1ares'your intentions
,unknown suns of tax SUN.
money to the cause SUN.- 2fflProgress.. The Impediments 27th-Dl+adon. Another fine day
of socialism. And it. would take us another SUN.. ,27&-Sfctsgdu You are more-and, r=r 'that-have: :stood in your Way should 'beginto for amusement companionship, or doing a very importantone
long more, depcnd to make the ,
step along the road to all-powerful nt'OD'aD.aUy Inner desired disintegrate. Be prepared to.accept advice, what.pleases you most Don't' be too generous in: the election."On '.
freedom progress. resentments that arereated "
iron an older associate. when this spoils people.
balance it,
destroying 'super government. : should be suppressed. ,Mob. 2**-a e aod. The old ways are Moa. 2Sth-Frofafify.: There are addition was a-
Moa. ,28tb Rfprrirfon. Do not encourage stin the,best when nothing has been discovered indications that you should revert to more gainst us," he said.
the feeling jebrJjoa that may be grow- as yet to take their place. Caution. economical ways. Resources can melt "The colored cat: uwi-
the-L iag within you. You can gain only when ,is,the password .all afternoon. quickly if you are too easy.
ity we probably lostit
yon have someone. standing> bp.24thHadiraJ. TM. 29th Snfrpitrd.There are continuing "1'2 &,-A"'". Heed the words of
T&% This should be arather signs i against haste or recklessness at work. ,those who counsel 'you to take protective by a much larger
fySf day for business and,other important "driving crm'transit Long voyages are, not measures to safeguard assets and invest margin than usual,"he
objective Guard' against suddencospetitk ? favored either, because of business or. 419Q441S3&.194 ments. The possibility of sudden reverses, added.In .
: life. 3.partncnhips, :controversies or '. nancijS pressures.s exigencies and professional dgngyufa looms
.WJ
your .. 9 suer trou1iiiiI; ,. ,j'}' '.,- }". -, ,.; toward the late P.M. the close,big industrial -

'.. states} rton
6-60-88-17-89-681 : ; 8-70-11-16-54-871 said
r nany: Repubicans'
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WORSHIP noemsit THIS WEEK ,-t .' 5 ': ie. ;: : .,..... t who are for Catholicsvoted .

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HammMsf..n.. M. M Bethune Memorial \


f--; p-: Tribute Ht re Kicked-Off'By Cotillion



By Nov. 27 ByNAACP jTT! WASHINGTOND.C.-The International Debutante C o-

LOUK3 G. GUINYARD tillion was held here Nov.25,at the SheratonParkHotel

is a special feature of the National Council -
Our official "day ,of thanksnhas come, and gone of Negro Women's 25th Anniversary Calibration

and 1 am sure that we all Bat have realized NEW YQRK-Leonard De- --, and launches a mammoth fund-raising campaign for

that we have much to be grateful for. However, Paur will conduct a the erection of a memorial to Mary McLeod Bethmewho.
this should:hot be remembered for just one day '
25-piece orchestra and .founded the organization in 1935.._
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of the year,.'but also on 364 other days an attitude .a catt of distinguished Authorized biXc t-- I

of unselfishness and a spirit of humility1 soloists in 30 minutesof ny of Congress and signed

should prevail ... the ,late Oscar 3 into law by DwigHt D.EleenhoxerPresident Fashion Tea
Hasrerstein's mus'itat d

Of particular interest in the .social world was the annual NAACP ,the United States, the Sunday By

the impressive nuptial mass held in St. Pius Freedom Fund Dinnen memorial will be:erected -

Catholic Church last Saturday morning uniting here Nov. 27. in Lincoln Par k, Amicae Club
Miss Bernice Gaines and Stephen Dorn. Lena Horned star of East Capitol Street

Miss Gaines, a lovey bride in white satin and -stage and screen and ;. nth
bound by and 13th A
brocacded lace, was attended' by Mrs.Janet R. Librettist 0 s car Fashion Te a willbe
Streets where the dra-
}
d ,
Johnson, matron of honorMrs.Noma: Ruth White, Hammerstein II, inmemorials' Ii :IP presented by'men-
matic statue of Presi-
; il :
and Mrs. Eliza Atwater. She was given i nmarriage will; b e Lincoln be rs of the Amic ae
dent Abraham
by her brother,Joe Hughes of Melbourne. ,honorees at the $100- .r Club Sunday from 4Ep.m.in
< ...11. .and the' N Slave
e ro
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g the audit riurr
affair to .
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Other,members of the wedding party included, percouple ..'- ;
.. stands.built with funds
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the Grand of Walker College,9tk:
Hillman Sorri of Tallahassee,James L.Lewis and be held in 't 1'C':r'"cYo .
Ballroom of the Stat- ( :, contributed solely by and Myrtle Avenue.
Fred Smith of this \ "
city.
.'.... _. emancipated citizens.
ler-Hilton Hotel. 4 Friends and the general -
Mrs. Ophelia Hughes, mother of the brideand -
Council have settheir
Featured soloists are women public are c o r-
'Mrs. Mattie Morris of LouisMissouri,mother :
Betty .Allen, mezzo : project for 1963in dially invited.
of the at the iK 1
were present
groom ceremony.A
who recently _'!.ft .' :- c commemoration the
reception followed the ceremony, held at theA. soprano, ..... .: '..;. ,; r .., -: .;'
appeared in Carnegie .'T '' -'- signing of the great
.
L. Lewis Branch YWCA. : Bells
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:.' !:: : ." Wedding
Hall with the New York : : .t Emancipation: Proclama-
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Philharmonic under 'tion' into law and 100
,With less than one month remaining until the Leonard Bernstein. CAKE CUTTING-Stephen Dorn and his bride Miss o f freedom, I t Robt. X. Quick 742 W. MonroeSt.
awaited Debutante Ball in the cake cutting years ., 26 and Dorothy Walker, 4639
anxiously we present Also Earl Wrightson, Bernice Gaines Dorn are seen will include a Bethune
profiles of Leila Kathryn Hickson and Margaret baritone, one of the ceremony which followed their marriage a t the Memorial Educational Flynn Ave., 22.

Carolyn Baker, future debs. ,They will join 19 most popular singers .. reception held at the A.L.Lewis YWCA ,House last center for the archivesactivitie8and Richard Edwards 214 StuartSt
other selectyoung ladies in a formal bow to in musical comedy, Sunday November 19. (PHOTO BY BROWN)' 30 and Mean Sutton, 716- W.
December 23 in the and w r .con- Orange St, 29.
Jacksonville society on light opera re-
tribution of the Negro Alvin O. Brooks, 1386 Causey
Duval Armory. Les Treize Amies Bridge Club is cording. He is a fre- woman in American life Lane, 24 and Doretha R. Tarver,
sponsoring the event, which will mark its third quent guest on the Brewster Expansion Fund 1225 W. 24th St., 24.
trienniel ball. Jack Paar TV show. David E. Brown, 1778 Nash Rd,

Leila Kathryn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Edward In addition, CharlotteHollanaplyrl.c Drive Showing IncreaseS.Gordon Stork Garden 19 and St.Catherine, 16. Jackson, 1615

Hickson of 2602 Bundle Driveserved as secre- soprano Willie J. Tyus, 3212 W. Mon-
star of the concert criei Rd., 21 and P.
tary of the future debs group during the summer. Wyvonna
stage and nationally Blalock,chairman of the Brewster Meth Simpson, 1484 W. 14th St., 19.
She attended local schools, completing two Deliveries
acclaimed artist.Mr. dist Hospital Expansion fund, announced that
years at New Stanton High before qualifying as Albert Fagains, 1547 Minilor
gifts to date reported by campaign committees ip- ireWl
dePaur gained 71H1. iI aaWIIII
.While St., 29 and Vera A. Woodfm, 1352
an nEarly Entrant" to Fisk University at
tal $50,000 of the needed to
international recogni- 150,000 immediately E. 3rd St, 27.
Stanton she was active in the Playmakers' Guildthe tion ,as director of. qualify for a Federal Grant of $335,000 o n December Mr. and Hrs. Johnnie Aldrich Miller, 1503 Minlor St.
Foreign Language Clu1and the Olivia Bald- the dePaur Infantry 1st to expand tHe hospital by 80 beds. Stephans,2/ W. 45th 26 and Patricia A. Bryant, 727
win Y-Teen Club, which she served as vice W. Church St., 19.
Chorus,one of the most I "Of this $50,000 in Street, Girl. Asa TaYlor 1653 W 7th St., 19
president. brilliant wale .ensembles hand"Mr.Blalock said re's Educators tComaitee Mr. and Mrs. Robert- and Martha Williams, 2512 Davis
Currently a junior at Fisk University, Leilais to appear on "$33,668 has been reported to r e a c h their Tay.lor,1030 West 25th St. 19.
member of Beta Chapter Delta Signa Herbert L. Lewis, 2115 Man
a Alpha the concert stage in to date by the $50,000 objective. Street, Girl.
'The The ,2Iathe- St., Apt. C, 34 and Dorothy B.
Theta Stagecrafters
Sorority, "Again I remind ourcommercial Mr. and Mrs.Albert
recent years. GiftsCommitteei$12,497
and Special Burkhalter .
Big 1094 W. 19th St, 31.PepsiColats
mat cs Club I.and is a resident of the Honor '1 has and idu s- Williams, 1535: Hill

Women's Dormitory. Her leisure moments finds been pledged by: Brew trial firms: t o make Street, Girl.

her sewing,plajdng the pianoor playing basketor FAMU Founder's ster Hospital employees substantial pledges at Mr. and Mrs. George

volley ball. of which Mrs.Ll- once as we must qualify Patterson,5184 W.12thStreet

Margaret Carolyn Baker is the daughter of 2Ir. Day Mar. 10-12 lie Mae Merritt i s -for: the Federal Grant. Girl.
Moncrief Road. Time is running o ut. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
and Mrs Leroy R. Baker, 1,2051 chairman, and $2,004 e.
St.
Nargaret.attended local schools also and was rAl.IlASS71o.rida, has been pledged b ,y Please subscribe now. Meek3,25l Summit ,
3irl.
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a member; of the JL9S9 Graduating Class,% of New Ai: H University: the faculty; 'o f A. L. .r,: Mr.and lira.Joe\ Jones'
5taitton"HigJi: School. While at Stanton She was ":facultysta fj3tudexxts Lewis Junior High
Mrs. 7225 Mark StreetBoy.
'a member of'the' dee Club, the modern dance and friends Founders will Day observe -, School No.105 of which. D.Heads 'Mr. and Hrs. Brown

George B. N ai r n is 1151 E. 30th
Bailey
group, and the cheerleaders organization. : March 101961. ,
Presently' student at ,Edward Waters College Appointed to serve principal. Street, Boy. .
on the Founders' Day Commenting on the results Hr. and Mrs. Eaory
Margaret has also attended Fisk University. j Ark. NAACP
Ccaaittee with Chairman of solicitationof Robinson,1376'W.
23rd
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,Mrs. Louise Stockton was hostess when Les. George W. Conoly Nairn's SchoolBlalock LITOE ROCKArk.-Mrs. Streets Boy.
were Mrs.L.B. Clarke, stated This is Hr. and Mrs. Floyd
Regalettes the Lincoln L.C.Daisy) Bates was
met recently at Golf and Mrs. Gift-
Carrie 'P. Davis
an excellent response Simmons, 1507 English
re-elected
club. presidentof
Country Dr. B.* L. Perry, Mrs; the total reported Street Girl.Mr.and Harvey C.Russellleft1(
and
The group completed plans ,for a cocktail .party M. J. Riley Mrs. SueK. contributions the Arkansas State Mrs. Bradford marketing executive ,of
to 'be held during the Christmas Holidays. Smith: exceeds past Conference of NAACP
RussellC.J. Co.
lOO&.There I i Brooks, 2125 W. 3.9th the Pepsi-Cola ,,
were and Mrs. Mrs. by branches recently.Rev. I
Birthday gifts presented Evelyn A.-P. Stewartpd of other Street, Boy. presents his conpanyfe
, Jlorence was the winner_of a: special prize. J.. Luther Thomas The are a number being J. C. Crenchawand Mr.and Mrs.RooseveltLee contribution to the
# # # # 'appointment vas made school groups now }frs.Birdie Williamwere 6128 Strawflower 1960 United Jfegro College
The Kinwood by University: Presi- ,solicited and when elected first'and ,
Avenue home of Hr. and l-1rs.Albert Place Boy. Fund Nation-wide
,
Mackey was the seeting for a recent meeting of dent George 'i.Gore. final results are reported second vice president Mr.and Mrs.Joe Sheffield appeal, to Bruce Barton -

the Kelvinettes ,Bridge Club.: we expect Nat res ctive1y. ,1041 East Union UXCF natio nal

liiss Gwendolyn, guestwas winner of the prizein Street, Girl. campaign chainnan.Mr.

that, category, while Mrs. Essie McCray,Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Barton is chairman of

Dorothy Oliver, and Mrs. Celeste Nicks were 'Ford,636 First Street' the board, BattenBtonDurstine -
winners of club prizes. : S Girl.Mr. Osborn
# *.:# &,,# 1: r and Mrs. Leroy .TheUNCF
advertising agency
Entre Nous Bridge Club ,met ,Saturday eveningin ,r jL 1039, W. Duval Girl. campaign provides

,the home of Mr. and firs Thomas tforersJr., tkp1 Portcr,1427 Mr. and Mrs.West 26th Carl 10 percent of the combined -

1504 Myrtle Avenue. t yearly educa-

Miss Ruth M. D roams, Mrs. Doris_ ennett, a nd Street Boy.; tional budgets of its

Miss Mozelle Brut on' mere among prize winners.: ri' Mr. and Everson Mrs. James St. 33 member colleges.ATTENTION .
'
Mrs. Dorothy Logan and Mrs. Aldonia .Seabrook: 4 : Wiley,911

were visiting players. ; Girl. and Mrs. J.W
Mr. LADIES
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Tj Brasiel, 1132 Lincoln
:Miss Margaret ,Williams and Mrs. Doris Bennettwere Court, Girl. : Bridge Be Social Club

special guests of ,Les Elites Bridge Clubat 4 Mr. and Hrs. Alonzcr
a meeting held Saturday evening at,the Lin- ; Davis,1722 Calhoun St Reporters

coin Golf: and Country Club.Miss Lois Avery was Boy. Send or Mail

hostess. Mr. and Mrs. William

Mrs. Vernal Joyner and. Mrs.Marie McClain were _j -,' -<' _' I T. Outlav,1901 W.3rd. Your Social. News

among high scorers for the evening. e 4-_ Street, Girl. Mondays To

# # .* j Y _: Mr and Mrs. Alvin
FLORIDA STAR
: White 629 Court E.,
Friends of S. A. .(Buddy) Austin ,are requested Girl., Moncrief Ed. Cor. Iftfc
2323
to visit him at fircwster Hospital where lie ,is 4
confined ,with illness.. i.-- PATRONIZE Or Phone EL 4-682
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YOU ABE ILL ANNUAL .WXnmurION-Hembers of the 'Les Belles Femes social Club are Star Advertisers .
You S.* Tk.Bet,Do.iu shown.making their nnuai charitable contribution to the chairman cftheUnited

Wlwa. Year .Doctor, piu.s Fund Drive. Shown from left areHrs. Jessie Mae Walker,settstant

-GhftTo d'.r- .... BecretaryjHrs.Cleo: Green,Mrs.Neatella.'Paulr porter; Dr. P. H. Wilson, .. '.'.f dfLF ,
.Pill Y.. Pees 'tlar ... chairman UF DrlvsHrs. Margaret ,Wrightpresident r s. Helen Clemons, y' xa
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chaplainMrs.Pearl ,Davisvice-preaident0ther officers and
w. UM Only
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Singers Slate Holy Communion

AnniversaryNovember Sunday At Union anwiYvonne.


28; CommunityHoly :

I;
e The Willing Workers Communion will' ::I

Spiritual Singes will iii be given at both ser- :I,

observe their seventh ____ vices Sunday at Union:.: and Yvette Jones,11-year old Simaese TWins
anniversary Nov.28 at __4ey Comnunity 4ME Church, born with their heads Joined ,together, will appear
8 p.m. in the audito- Beaver and Everson here at Duval Armory i n a gospel concert

rium of Holy Church of Streets according to .Dec.4 at 8 p.m. Also appearing are the Harmonizing -

the Living God, 14th the pastor. Four of Richmond,Va.,the Gospel Eclre ,Golden -
." and C Crunthal Streets. The Youth departmentand Clouds and Southwing Singers.
Melvin Grace will be Sunday school will
master of ceremonie s -t be taught the "meaning II I III IIIII.II. *
and the Congregational r"r----- of Communion by the

Gospel Chorus will be pastors Rev.J.R.Canp- The Jacksonville University Glee Club will pre-

the serving group Jlany bell. sent a concert SundayDec.ll starting at 4 p.m.

of the City's singing L.i'\\ .... in St.Paul AMS Church under sponsorship o f St.

: M groups consented have to serve already on eatM Mdfvnralr Paul's ACE League.Rev.H.F.Overatpeet.


the program, and the I iHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHt

public is invited. DOWD-Mias Anna H. .
Bishop M. Baker is ; was the recipient of a recent
Vuuata host pastor. HUMOROUS NOTE?-Evidenced by th facial expres- of 2941 Jean Street. birthday party in his honor under sponsorship of

I sions of the four speakers on the, rostrumguest DUPREE-Luther Lee, the president and members of Mt. Tabor Baptist

A&yainia speaker C. Parham Johnson must }have injected a of.3501 Nolan Street. Church in the home of Mrs.Ella Singleton,315 W.
A Up of tt. Ppd Cap to the of FOOTS-Edwin Louis
: humorous note during his talk to youth 18th St.
at 8
Assembling
&1010 o titaaQtnj JoanjAmertcant p.m., guests enjoyed a
wk maP' ow ,Announces Shaw llemorial Baptist Church during the youth of 3543 Randall St. program which was supervised by Mrs.A.M.Session.
country aid ear COZD.II&1IJaJQa of the annual Men's Day program PEELER-Charles B.
phase )
betur vUe In which to llTt. program Mrs.Lucy Mathis was presented in a reading.Two .
Activities. .Sunday afternoon in the church auditorium.Pro 1644 Mayview Road.WILLZANSHerbert.

participants shown from left arcS.Hitch- M,
** gram
Services for Sunday ell who introduced the master of ceremonies. ; 1345 Ingleside Ave.

...-.:-; --"j. will commence with Rev. L. Clayton, invocation; H. H. Barnet;master FRAZIER-Cecil R.of internationally famed singing groups, the
L-
: :...if Sunday School at ,9:30with of, ceremonies and Rev. C. J. Crosby, pa s- i 628 Fifth Ave. Davis Sisters and Swan Silvertone Singers will
I :-. Lh the superintendent tor. (PHOTO EYChoir's i3ICy') LORD-Mr. Clair o f
be
geatured jointly during a concert Sunday a t
_
a1 47L'. Ftk.neh Stnawt.
U.R HcNe
Deaeon -- ------
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..1--4\ -. Observance ,.Mt.Ararat Baptist Church,Myrtle Avenue and 16th
I I and teachers in charge. 'Street. The groups will be supported by loca 1
4

'::" ': **- 'tegin Morning at worship 11:00 wit will h Sunday At Union Scouting's Highest Award ;;1 gospel groups.

I"} :-t.: ,'- the L'.Wynnand pastorthe officers Rev.B.in CommunityChoir2 Slated For Jessie L. Nipper ,; ............... ....

of Union Community -
BOBBIE FITZGERALD .* charge. A.M.E. Church ;, Joint anniversary services of District 6 and 7
Duval Vocational Choir 3 will trans- will celebrate their +x 4 of Mt.Calvary Baptist Church will be presented

'" late the selectionsfor 10th Anniversary Sun- ;Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church aulli.oIium.special
Tribute is
paid to the services.B.T. day November 27th beginning ? 4r guests will be District 4 and the Matrons Club.
Bobbie Jean of the U. begins at 5:30 with
Public is
invited.
.
3:30
10-2 class* She is a..*! Deacon Hudson Jordan, at p.m
in the church audi-
I
member of the Student
*: presiding.Evening worship 4BHBHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHBHH: *
:Council of I IhomeroOl11secretary torium. .
president will begin at
of *' Program participants Willing Workers Spiritual Singers observe their
1 6:45 p.m. will includeJames N. Y seventh anniversary Monday night at 8 o'clockin
the Junior Choir at *i The Sunday School Thomas Rev. Orion' the Church of the Living God, Pillar Ground
New St. Janes A. M.E. \ will meet Satur- ,
chorus
Johnson of Everson J of TruthGrunthal and 14th Sts.Melvin Grace will
Church. She plans a day at 5:30 for re- Street Baptist Church Y.r be master of ceremonies. Congregational Gos-
career of nursing. All membersof
** * hearsal. Allen Chapel A. M.E. pel Chorus will serve.Singing groups and indi-
church requested -
the. are Church Choir, DonaldJ. viduals are invited to participate on the pro-
.
.. by the pastorto Collier,Hrs.Audrey gram. Public in invited.
atSt.Thomas .
worship Fisher Miss Annette ********** 'iHHHHHH:
,
Church Nov. .
on
Baptist
under, L.W. WebbH.H.
28, at 8 p.m. Benjamin, Mrs. Tonanie u 30th anniversary celebration of First Hew Zion

\iil.der-nev.Andrews'' ..xa4 Baptist Church and the fifth of its pastor,Rev.
of Allen Chapel AMS W.M.Smith are being conducted throughout thi a
I
Rev. .1.! B. Johnson, Church,Curtis William, ,-.it.Ii 'week. Friends and the general public are invi-
Johnny GreggMrsJiarie l k': ted to attend and participate in the observance

Serves New\ Post Taylor, Mrs. Juanita Jessie L. Nipper, son of Mrs. Rebecca Nipperof I programs held nightly.

y Greene, ./atson and 1234 W. Duval Street will receive the Eagle
MARY L. COX One of th e city's Rev. J. R. Campbell.Participating Scout Award at the Court of Honor to beheld on .MHi-r-*

Duval Vocational oldest churches r e- Choirs Wednesday Dec. 7, at 7:30p.nu in the Shiloh
ceived a new past or areChoir of West Metropolitan Baptist Church, Rev.A.B. Coleman, Deaconess Board 1 of Sweetfield Baptist Church
Jlary fs a member 01 here recently when Friendship Baptist, Pastor. 'I I observes its anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m. with

"the Cosmetology Club, Rev. Inez B. Johnsonwas Everson Street Baptist The Eagle Scout awardis a well balanced program and many of the city'soutstanding
*12-2 class, National appointed to serveas Choir 1/l,"It.Olive the highest rank in Baptist Church wherehe groups and indivuals participating

*Honor Society, and has head o f AsburyMdthodist Baptist, Choir #1 of I Scouting and is the serves in the young Mrs.Novelle Williams,president,announced Rev.

*received a Citisenshi;: ChurchWest Midway; AHE,lale Chorus ambition of eve ry adult choir and youth E.L.Wilcox of Bethany will deliver the sermon.
&iard..Uobby is stylin First and Almeda Sts. and Gospel Chorus of scout to obtain this council.

*hair. St Paul A.H.E. Church. award because' the requirement In Oct.1958, he was gx $4********** ...

*** *. FLORIDA STAR All Choirs are askedto includes not sworn in as a Jun io r Choirs of Emanuel Baptist Church meet
Saturday
IN EVERY be present at 3:15 Deputy Sheriff of Du-
only certain knowledge for weekly rehersalthe
Children's
at .
I 4:30p.ia.and
under the ,
!:. ." 'COLORED HOME p.m. Sunday., and skills, but the val supervision County, of Deputy .. the male chorus, at 7:30 p.m. joint fellowship

scout who achievesthis services will be presented Sunday at 2:30
Sheriff Willie Wesson.
: rank must be of I: p.m. in Abyssinia Baptist Church. .
He plans t o attend
S. good ,character and
reputation and will Florida A.and M. Uni- .. n .
:
next fall
versity
j :
have made contributions
where he will in
H to his church and com major The Gospel Crusaders will be heard i n concert
; : science.
; .s.,...:. 1W munity. political Willie Wesson L. V. Sunday night in benefit of Districts 4 and 5 :in

JEWEL ROEBUCK. Scout Jessie L.Nipp- and, xSec- Friendship Baptist Church,Atlantic Beach. invitation
Duval Vocational er is a member of Post BaetyDeacon of welcome has been'extended friendsand
of the Trustee
retary
49Shiloh Metropolitan the public. .
Cola Dealers. Board of Shiloh ,M et-
Pepsi Baptist Church and is -* # *. # *
salute Jewel of the, S ,currently serving: as X \
ropolitan Baptist
10th grade class. She ;' president of the post.He Church Charles Choir 2 of Union Community AMS Church,Beaver
D.
is a member of the*, ,has held every office Brooksof New Stanton and.E avers on Sts.,observes its; 10th anniversary
*
Glee Club, S t u d ent* in his troop from Sunday starting at 3:30 p.m. in the church
Senior School
andT.
High
Counciland serves as assistant patrol leader auditorium. Guest speaker will be Rev. S Andrews
secretary of homerooa.-. ... to junior assistant R. Lowery, Assistant pastor of Allen Chapel Ali Church. The publicis
district commissioner
Hobbies are dancing, : ; cout-masterwith the invited.
in charge o f
reading reading and,
exception o f troop
field service w ill
singing. jfr r scribe. He served as
!
ATTENTION
serve on the Court of
.
* ; '"
,';" junior leader on t h 6 Honor to award the
camp staff of Coacoo- Eagle Scout Rank t o BESDENTSOF
*- Listen to Pepsi. Ti.itn140A chee for four yea rs. Scout Nipper. MAGNOLIA GARDENS FLOBADAIE RIBAULT MANOB.OEVELAND .

if Music-Quest Friday He is also a Brother- Rev.A.B.Coleman will HEIGHTS AND ADJACENT ABEAS

'Nifes, '10:30 11:00 hood member; o f the give the inspirational You Do Not HaY To Go To Town To Buy Your Drug Story

to WRHC 1400 Order of the ArroW. message. Charles F. M.*d. .-. You HOT. A CornpUt Drug Star In Your
For Phone Requests Lodge Coacoochee No. James,' of Matth ew W. Own Natgbborhood I

.* EL 6-0461-2 200 WWW, A Natio nal Gilbert High, School,

KEN KMIGHTc Scout.,fraternity,where Attorney Leamer Shaw,

gfche"'holds an.executive W.P.Pollard, Junior, Mer Von'sPharmacy

Presenting office. ScoutmasterTroop {.9,
Nipper is a graduate G.S.Alexander, R. K.
.
KMIGHT TRAIN of New'Stanton Senior Bain, Dr. James H. =s.WEST EDGEWOOD AVENUE

8-9 P.M.--12--1 Nightly High School i n the Lewis and other lead- Located.Hat To HolmM and Watt Funtrai Horn. ),
,. Class of '60. While citizens will -
also
ing i+..+e 0wII fI AM ,."
therehe was, a member serve on the court .
SWEET CHARIOT : 5-1582 '
M
of honor.. PO
of the famed Stanto- C.E.Sinaona Jr. is 59WOFFEMIQY09 ".
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9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday '
Musi-Cho" meaber of court chairman. M* L. ";

Features track team and servedas Rudd is field scout : ,
P CdrB .
: ILUES.II THE: D1GHT photographer sport's editor'and for the executive. .FEE PICK UP AND DEUVEEY SERVICE '

12 Thru 1960 ,Yearbook.He PATRONIZE Pry lad Ohel StaN -
10:30 = Monday Saturday -: '" n.u
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.. ,is also member .FLORIDA 'STAR I : : 'TI
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Saturdayi November 26, 1960 THE FLORIDA) STXfc PAGEPIV- !J
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t SPORTING: UP A & T Undefeated Langston U. "-,,#


Defeat Rattlers Classic' Foe
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And '
BY C. PABKAM JOHNSON
I TALLAHASSEE It's apparent, that the board of

FOOTBALL, FOOTBALL and more football on the strategy behind the annual Orange EL0300

menu for, the gridiron fans who like to see theskill teams, Classic slated for the night of SaturdayDec.'
in calling signals and the manner in which* Air Force 10 in Miami have chosen a worthy opponent fprFAfUta

plays are executed will have an opportunity at Rattlers this year with the selection

I 8 p.m. Saturday Dec. 3 to see two st.r 0 n g 1 y T. of undefeated Langston University of Langstpny
matched teams> battle it out. That is the date recent Okla. ,
when Edward Waters meet the n Wand Announcement of the
strong power -,
laden from N.C. selection was made Receives
Livingstone College Salisbury, over
THE ENTIRE STATE OF FLORIDA is happy, over the ; nationally by FAMU's

I team' that has, ,represented the ,school this yemThe Institute.The president George W.
Tigers have given the fans something some Gore late Tuesday.
thing to feel proud of. They brought back> to A. This year's etto ChampionBelt
,
fle Team will
Jacksonville something that will ever be a fond bring togethertwo
memory in the minds, of football .fans The team FAMU 'Arz ; powerhousesJakeGaither's

this year have been a reminder of the brand, of team, Rattlers AgainNEW
football the fans are accustomed to seeing match which were riding highon

!, THE TIGERS, OF EDWARD WATERS ,have come througha a 17-game winning YORK. (AKP) At-
hard and strenuous schedule with a 6 and1 Saturday :I stint until they ran tending the New York Boxing
record and in that defeat the Tigers Simpson up against a tradi- Writers association's meeting
even, one where he was rested with "The
Me
looked good The team is strengthened by the and tional memesis i n Ring Magazine" heavyweight title
addition of some' strong talent that came in:iron with 264 Southern U. of La.'s belt for the second time. Champ

the high school ranks of the city and throughout .hind was Jaguars for a 14-6 be ion Floyd expects Patterson to meet declared Challenger that
the state. Several players from out of the of the A. ; setbacktheir first in Ingemar Johansson in their rub
with a I a near two-seasons of ber match sometime between JanuiTy
state have also been a great help to the Tigers, -
and March.
LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE will be 'no 'pushover. I f The A. I play. The fight is
to be held in this
the fans want to see real football by two well Rifle : Langston, with 16- country and may be an outdoor
balanced teams they can see it, at the ,Gato r straight wins under affair in Florida or California. A
Bowl, Dec. '3''. The Livingstone team will. invade 'Rifle their beltsis, a most Square possible Garden indoor in site this is city.Madison The

Jacksonville with an identical record.The team creditable choice on site was to be named by the pro-
has been the pride and joy. of North Carolina. 'match the part of President mot i n g organization., Feature
JACKSONVILLE HAS HAD the Tropical Bowl, The ter's : Gore and his classic Sports.have Inc.,signed with whom contracts.the principals

Gateway Classic, The Florida ClassicThe Orange .Saturday, staff. It goes to show Patterson, however, was emphatic
Blossom Classic and the Gator Bowl game, it isthe scorer that despite the dis- in stating that he is holding
first time in the history of the Gator Bowl was John appointment of thousands He out said for Roy 50 per Cohn cent of of the Feature 1alt.

1 :that it has had a Charity Classic. The game for a of Rattlers over the Sports wanted to give him 40 per
should attract the fans from two angles. .The points team's recent loss"the cent. Ancillary rights to the fight,;
first is 'a hard fought, well played game and ble 300. classic masterminds include picture television revenues., radio and motion

the second is the purpose for which the game :is The have gone all out to

1 being played. This post season, gem is for ben- companied pick a teamwhich should v,
efit of Brewster Methodist Hospital. At the team to continue the lustre, .
present time a mammoth fund raising campaign: is thrillsand, showmanship _
on to'erect a new wing and to improve the pres- which has made the annual -

ent plant. One of the best teams in North Caro- Orange Blossom _
lina is all the Classic one of the most
coming way to Jacksonville to
make their contribution to a worthy cause. colorful postseason
IT FINALLY HAPPENED. WHAT? The Florida A. andM. bowl contests in the

Rattlers finally lost a game after seventeen nation. t

straight victories.BenedictMorris BrownyHlen, :

Lincoln U.,' A. and T.. nor Bethune-Cooknnncould ,- ''Grid'cores ,
not .stop the victory drive, but when the y
stepped over into Louisiana to take on Southern f
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University's Jaguars the tide turned. The Jag- 1011)1 .
Central State 12-BJuefld. St. 6
uars came out on top of the Rattlers."If .
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Howard 54-Lin. Fa. IS
You Can't Play In Sport... Be Onel" Horehouse Flak ..... 0 1.i
Southern ... 14<<-Fix AIM 6
Va Union... I5-Hampton. a .j,
Wln.Salem C2- t. Paul... a SEVENTY ONI POINTSI-
Jackson st.. fil Ter. CoL.. 'l Elgin Baylor star forward of
Aggies Near 3rd Langston. fl- !. Mo... 0 the Los Angolos Likors, man
.
all
Prairie ,View 21-Tenn. St.. 0 time single g4m
Delaware St. 12-St. Aug. .. 6 scoring record .f 71 points
last Gramblinr 1-.Uey .... 19 at against MM Garden ttto New York Knlcks
J. O. Smith.. 24-Fayd''Je 0 The former Tuesday night.
bout Urln tone 21 Klttrell .. 0 D.C. schoolboy
broke his
i CIAA Grid TitleDURHAM City's Jackson .... fil-Texan ...'. 1 MInnoapolis.points, Ht own a, year mark 09 of* M ot


Garden,
Shaw University Saturday. Hank, >
N.C. (CIAA News .
Service) A. and T. College, A 14.0 VICTOR over Eliza.
the defending CIAA football tit. beth City last week, Maryland Those
lists, moved' into the top spot in State has two first dIvisionlwins. _
the JealU! standings as a result two second division wins, one
of their come from behind and a first division tie. busiest who
20-7 win over Virginia State The A. and T. eleven has, -round
College last Saturday. notched first division triumphsover
The standings, released by Morgan State, Winston- in
the conference' news service live instyle. -
here showed A. and T.perched Salem.. and Virginia State fat mous
ahead of Maryland State, the a total of three. ?< fici '
top team for the last three Their only second division A-.p -
weeks.mth a 26.60 Dickinson win is over Shaw, while a first .
rating. division tie ,credited to them
as a result of a 14-14 deadlock WATCH _
IN'ORDER to sew up their with Maryland's Hawks.
Winston Salem's Rams, 62-'
third successive CIAA grid -
crown, the Bert Piggott. 12 victors over Fayetteville,
coached Aggies must teat meved into third place with a I
{ North Carolina College's Eagles 4-1-0 record and a 22.00 67 I
on Thanksgiving- day when Dickinson rating. kjLi
1 the two arch rinls clash in the 1 :
annual Carolina Q ule. Saturday'sTGAMES _
Maryland State,with an identical 6 _
4.0 1 record holds 7
down the runner up spot with
a a 2150 Dickinson mark.'Vernon -
"Skip"' XcCain's Hawks ____
played their fin.tilt against Alien ai Betfa&neCookraan.You 41 __(i'i-


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], TV SERVICE Royal Crown 1
I chtI'ioft The Blocks -;: CALLS STRAND SUN..SAT. 'I

1.i:. .,:- $2.00 Bottling Company

- By JJ saa 21" Picture Tube19.95 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD. 3jBatDen I

had one of ..... _. 17" Picture Tube....$16.95
The residents of tan Jacksonville .:s 1. f FL 9-4488 M
Thanksgivings in ,their history Sarah's
the "goinest" Drive-In lar IQf' OIL HEATERS FOR
this present one. Mainly because there were SMALL APPLIANCES Shy iGWITHME!
more places to go and more things j happening.On REPAIREDOne Lot 50 x lOOjSitaralkfr
Wednesday nite the Urban League held their Sever on 15th Street EASI COlOR PLUS
show and dance. Everybody who was Vest of Hrrtle Avenue
variety
big
anybody was there. The "hully gully" and all 1niF 1' EL 4-8974_ 1FRIN QAU6HTOM.I

of the trinraings were seen. Leggy and we do FOR SALE ,
mean leggy chorus gals kept the boys in theirg
seats. Essie McCray finally took her light frameunder '58 L'COLN- CONTINENTAL .
a bushel basket and let' it shine and did ; 3 F C power ,..,

it shine. Some of you folk may have been surprised E Real Sharp.Price below iriUKUUMUISL

at Frank Hampton's hoofing ability_ but "-- "" New Building Completed For .wholesale ROOSEVELT SUN.-
we knew it all the time. If you didn't mate the 218 W. Ashley TUES.
109 E. Union and .Y'= Sarah s Drive-In Bar B-Q Call EL 3-9637.If no
dance, drop by the. office at Year Guarantee on 3 BIG HITS
Junius Bowman will take your donation anytime.The GRAND OPENING Dec. 8 Picture Available Tube-Financina answer Call SP 1-4290 ANTHONY ,

dance was only a starter. Looks like Dancing on'Patio-Free Eating HELP WANTEDSHELL MAN FROM

nearly everybody took treked to the after-hour r ? 749 Lime St. Jacksonville, Fla. I EDISON TV- JDELRlO
EV 74464PREMIER
spots after the affair. HOME SALESMAN
Ribault Club jumping. Former Insurance Hen Route
Folk found the Supper .
Salesmen any energetic man PLUS
Elcee Lucas has made sweeping changes. A new who wants to make money

face is on the Hammond Just to prove that Why not step up to a raJ.- -
service has 'tsjust rewards,Hazel,one of the f money-making position. Join REEVESGOLIATH

oldest employees has been upped to manager. Sales Force of South's fastest
What happened to Mitchellgood question.The growing business. Train forJZW1&'eri&l THE BARBARIANS
position while selllog.
Country Club was swinging. Curtis just .
We need salesmen and ri
smiled and directed his waitress just like a lead men In this area. Con. '
traffic cop from his post in the doorway. MEAT MARKETSrjiome tact: Arthur O. Silver!. 2155
Friday night after the gamecoaches of Gilbert W. Beaver St. Jacksonville
after Owned Weal Market W'here You$ee MOTH-Sigvs c/the Mrat 'Florida, ELgin 3-8289. South-
and Stanton held their annual powwow
em States Homes -Finest Shell
the game at the Country Club. Among the guests Homes anywhere.PRATYDEL. ...
SKY VIEW 1 Sus. TY
listening to the mentors rehash their mistakes

and good plays were Lawrence and l'cggyiesley 110 JEL

of Daytona. Tras Powell, former A and M great, 1011 I lEWTURNEIlROAD I ,v vi FOOt OF 1 BEAVEItSl VIAOOCI 1 r I Service S/of/o
now-coach of Carver Highcatne l up to scout Gil- >
bert. His team will play Gilbert for the 'official b-

state championship on the Thursday before NEW LOCATION INOLD- FAR'MER'S MARKET BUMPER TO BUMPER

the "Classic". .. SERVICES PLUS
Thanksgiving eve brought Uriah Portee out of
his shell on a round of the spots.Also spottedwere GRADE "A" Lloyd's Indian Farm *PERT! ATTENDANTS "WALK LIKE A DRAGON"

Vivian Clark and her tiny-car pulling into TOMS THIRD ST. AT FLA.AYE Win $260 Cash Mon.MlcI

a parking spot. Bill Graham held court with MYRTLE AVE. HOSIERY & SNACK BAR
George Henry and Ulysses: Bill was announcing TURKEYS 2jgc Itc 13th and 1%rtle '

that he is cooking meat once again. HENS : Half Fried Chicken, Lettuce and Tomato............................$1.00

Memo to Mr. T.-Some of the customers. say that T-Bone Steak Dinner..........................................."............... .99 1
folk think they are in a town where "cullud QUICK FROZEN-WE ALSO HAVE FRESH TURKEYSFla.
FREE DELIVERY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY
folk" aren't sold drinks till after the sun v
goes" down. Many of them work at night and are .' Grade A" Parking In Rear-Phone Elgin 5-9192'

in business for themselves,therefore they want
Teruko from Japan, Manager
to begin sipping with the sun. They were referring FRYER I t'::I YkC
IfMM( lM
to the eleven o'clock lounge opening 1
policy. They have to buy it and sit on the curband s TT k

drink. GIZZARDS !!= ( J JFla.
The big wind around 21st. and Jiyrtle is Ralph .r a>
,
Eugene Haul t s by emoting. He and E. J. "Lordy" State & Pearl Seafood House

Norman are screening prospective clients for Grade "A" .BAKING ".. SEAFOODS -SHORT ORDERS SOFT DRINKS
Ralphs law practice. "Lordy" is now front office ICE CREAM PLATE LUNCHES BREAKFAST
SERVED AT ANY TIME
for several businesses andpoliticians.Newest
man
gossip making the rounds is about the 39c Mase AND MATTIE MAC SMITH a...... ...

"likker" store super and the salesgal. Don't L8.
For Biwokfctst Dinner Alter the Movie Snacks
know if its true but enough smoke is up for -- .:
some fire to be there. Seems that it was some cT-: l] Fried Chicken Bacon Sausage

"Adam and Eve" like scenes in the script some p Oysters FISH Eggs Hot Cakes

SWIFT'S TENDERED M
where. Shrimp Ham Coffee Milk
LB.49c
Two weddings of note hit school circles this CLUB STEAKS J French Fried Potatoes Steak
week. Mcsdames Myrtis King and Johnnie Mac
.,,., SPECIALIZING IN TASTY FOODS
Roberts changed their last names.Long andhappy j .

serfdom to both new husbands. ; 25cFAmTEVILLE' MADELINE'S COFFEE SHOPAirconditioned .
The new faces in town are the college lassies. .NeckBones,2Ibs..
They are like a breath fresh air. Ahhh such fine

young tilings. Just like pretty spider webs I I Elgin 4.9962 1929 KINGS ROI D
however-for looking purposes only. -- -- j L-- .

A modern lr. Chips passed to his just reward I
last week. In this mumbled jumbled space age

in which men have lost sight of most of theirperspectives 1 I SUBDIVISION TAKE A TIP FROM SA TI'. .
we knew of .one individual who .
clung to the old ideals., He was a modern pro- \ 33RD AND SPIRES .STREETS '
type of the long gone "devoted teacher."Educational 1 HE KNOWS !
circles will miss Tolbert JackscnJ'T.A." j HOUSES Under Construction ; ,

as he was known to his friends was a person whoI I ..1 SMALL Q.QWN..PAVJY1ENT =

practiced what he preached. He taught Englishin :' ?" '- '. ..'.. : $975.00COMPLETE "
:
the classroom, on the sidewalks and every- Salesmen On Dui'j "

where you saw him. In addition to his academic 12 NOON TIL( 6 P.M.. .. ...
philosophy, T.A. stood up for what he believed.In ..,t'.0...-"....,- _.7
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all meetings, regardless of the nature or SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS :,..,: '.::;," NO EXTRAS .' -'
the presiding officer, if l he disagreed would : .'
hit the floor in a minute and express his viewsi 4 e'

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