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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 6, 1962
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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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 6, 1962
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:
UF00028362:00631

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Preceded by:
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PENSACOLA---What had been termed From FallA
as a successful
j H stocky 33yearoldNavy 'Selective Buying store boycott
by the sponsors
I r UKNOWN WHITES man with 16 years here was halted Monday when a Recorder's Court' 64-year-old man died
I of service to his creditwas fudge issued a permanent injunction against the as the result of a fatal

reste4.1ast.Prida.Y. demonstrators. *. ... ...
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Youth Treated, Asks U.S. Court To Enjoin Co. JFK Taps Negro restraining petitioner action of the was ,I Grand Jury


Then Released, Froze liised Job PracticesCiting For $20,000 Post Ernest H. Nolan white- To Ponder

The appointment of operator Nolan's.Inc.a ,
From discriminatory practices in employment f grocery store.
Hospital another Negro to a Rape ChargesJustice
because of race 29 Negro employees Defendant in the petition -
high federal
post
A 16-year-old high of the Jacksonville Terminal Co. was announced last was Rev. W. C. of the peace

school sophomore was on Friday Sept. 28, filed a suit in U. S. Tuesday when it was Dobbins chairman of the Sarah Bryan last Monday

wounded by gunfireon District Court here asking that the com- revealed in Washington to militant Pensacola Council bound over for Criminal
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Wednesday afternoon pany be enjoined from continuing such. that president of Ministers.As Court action five local JUNIOUS DRAKE
when he was Dr tlces. first witness
for accused of ..
--- --- Kennedy had appointed Negroes raping .Tragic Pall
The plaintiffs through out of their group includes a 34-year-old Negro the plaintiff Nolan a 37-year-old woman fall last Friday evening

.- their attorney Earl M. baggagemen and lawyer to. serveas testified that the bOYcott in Mt. Herman Park re when he apparently mis
\ -'''r. Johnson also charges oailrocQ employees mail member cf the went into effect cently. stepped and tumbled

Jtt.:; that the defendant. doesa separators storage car Federal Trade Commission -.. ".- ..t -. on July 13-14 after he The five ranging in nearly the entire lengthof
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substantial volumeof ,loaders, maids, janitorsand =-. \'--'iii# had refused Rev.Dobbins'a( from two 17-year-old a 'flight of stairs
business under Fed- Red Cap porters.It *The appointee, Yale "demand" that he hirea youths to a 39-year-old from his daughter'ssecondfloor

1 eral contract and that was also charged University trained A. CQRJELIUS N. DRUMMOM Negro checker. Nolan husband and father will apartment.

the company maintains a that Negro employes are Leon Higginbotham, had he sat in a car with two further charged that- have the charge of rape The victim Junious

u separate departmental frequently furloughed at been mentioned earlier Russian diplomats and Negro youths started a&inst them reviewed by Drake, whom autopsy revealed -

seniority list of em- times when the defendantis this year for a Federal accused of passing secret picketing the store the grand Jury sometime died of a fractured

ployes. hiring white em- Judgeship vacancy in the data to agents of argued with potential after it reconvenes on skull had termi-
i The petition claims ployes. Inexperienced Philadelphia area.Higginbotham the Soviet Union. Negro customers and in Oct. 12. nated a visit with his

5 that white employees white jersons are hiredon who is a FBI sources revealed some instances wrote If indicted by the daughter Mrs. Marilee

2: are freely permitted to temporary appointments resident'' of Germantown.Pa. that Cornelius Nelson down license numbers of grand: Jury the five met Brinson, and was in the

?r transfer from on e at holiday and ., was president of Drummond, a Navy Yeamai cars entering the stored will face a court trial act of leaving her 352

RUSSELL COOK JR. seniority list to another other times while the Philadelphia NAACPat First Class had been parking lot. and: possible conviction E. Union St. apartment,
but that the experienced Negro under the which could be punishable when the accident
fired on by one of a per- the time of his ap- scrutiny of the oc-
group of white plaintiffs because of sonnel continue on fur- pointment. Federal Bureau of Investigation Heavy Negro Patronage by death. cured.

,youths as they sped, ,their race, or, color, lough,- the' petition 1.1- Asked during a)press.... for nearly four The woman herself_ a Mrs. Brins 01, who had
by iIi va car. are denied this privi' leges. J, re art*",before he was "Nolan further stated- Necro,* reportedly suffered plpnne4to accompany her

The victim. Russell lege. The plaintiffs further picked up outside a that the store* s revenue the mass assaulton father to his home at

Cook jr. of 1336 E. Further claims made allege that undue pre- r diner in Larchmont, N.Y., dropped off by $10.000 the night of Sept. 14. 317 E. Ashley St. was

26 St., said he was returning by the plaintiffs reveal judice and discrimination late Friday, night. 1 from one month to the police succeeded in in another room puttingout
home from school L that the company are calculated to Found with Druomond was next following the boycott rounding up the suspected a light when she

walking along Wigmore i maintains three groups disrupt cause irregular Evgeni M. Prokhorvo 31, and that Negro group within heard the c anmot ion
r a second secretary to the patronage had comprised minutes after the incident caused by his falling
Avenue. "It happened 1 of employes Namely: fluctuations in and
just as I turned down t 1. Groups One and Two, otherwise prevent the Russian Delegation to (60 to 70 percent of his occured. body.
the railroad tracks to i consisting of clerical ordinary and free flow the United Nations, and 1 trade. He concluded Woman's Body "I heard him make one

take a short-cut ," workers machine operators of interstate commerce. Ivan Y. Vyrodov, 38, .a that 1 his business has or two 'steps down the

he explained. "This other office The petition also said third secretary. i since picked up so that Found stairs she 'recalledon
85 In Creekpolice Tuesday. 'Then I
he has to 90 percent -
car came along with i workers and station em- racial prejudice and now
Emory Clears heard all this racket,
three or four white boys ployes. All of said discrimination irreparably of his original are investigating and I knew he was fal-
in it. When they saw me, employes are white. injures plain- nip 1 trade. the identity of a
ling. I remember
one 0 f those in the 5 2. Group Three which tiffs and the membersof Last Barriers woman whose badly decomposed ing and* running scream-to the
back aimed a pistol at consists wholly of the class they repre- Counters body was found
head of the stairs. He
me out of the window. Negroes, who reportedly sent. For Negroes Nolan s State Tuesday in McCoy s was lying at the bottom
Ah e n I saw th a gun, I are- not- allowed to Creek. "
started running." ********* A'ILANTA---The Georgia Rev. Dobbins, who was Officers said that the all crumpled up.
transfer freely fromS.rlols LEON Detective Sgts. R.T.
mGGINBOTHAH woman apparently had
Young Cooper said the Supreme Monday ruling defended by Robert L.
unknown snipers fired Chirps To I. UvitdAfiiiist Interview if he wouldhave that Emory University Carter of New York been in the water for at Matthew and J.L. Jordan

once at him the bullet preferred the and all private colsges an NAACP counsel and least a week and appeared who Investigated the
striking him in the Assailants judgeship over the Commission --may admit Negroes with Attorneys Charles Wilson to be between 40 tragedy said there was'no
1..111 post Higgin-; and 60 years old. There indication of foul
left hip.Cooper -out losing state tas Nathaniel Dedmond
a sophomore at MIAMI---A 35-year-old off-duty Florida state botham replied: exemption privileges and Horace Goode of was no evidence of play in Drake's death.

Matthew I. Gilbert High trooper was. gunned down by one of three young "I feel that I will be is believed to have Pensacola, stated Nolan foul play.OXFORD ********

School said he con- Negroes he sought to question early last Saturday able to contribute justas cleared the last bar- told him (Dobbins) that
tinued wounded to the according to Metro officers.The ouch if not more 'withthe rier for Negro studs at he had five white Federal Troops Squash Rioters;
commission. It isa I
corner of Franklin and applications for admission employes and one Negro

21st sts. where he victim waiting at Miss Alder- full-time post of a to the university. identified as a stock Meredith Attends Ole Miss. .
semi-judicial nature.
State Trooper I An spokesman
called a cab to be *3 man's home Emory clerk. Dobbins countered
a BobbieB. returned will be able to use my said Miss.---James H.' I Heredity< attended class-
taken to Duval Medical with the two women to no Negro applications that the Negro em-
Center. Smith the intersection where experience in corporation for the upcoming ploye was a 'delivery es at the university of Mississippi this week

Treated at the medical was felled he found the three and "law to my advan- winter quarter had been boy." while a pall of bittern* and remorse hung

center and cent home by three attempted to tage. made but if any come in, Atty. J. R. Hopkins heavy about the campus in I the wake of a federal
question
Cooper stated that the I bullets them. ******* the} will be considered Nolan's attorney ques- showdown of force follows] g the riotous defiance

bullet is still lodgedin i iI fired into It happened so fast Youth WomdtdFief Just as any others" tioned.Willie Brown of the court orders here 11 ast: weekend.
.
his hip.I I ,." his body by it didn't seem real" without any considera- one of the pickets who

t i don't think the3"'re- a 17yearold Mrs. Finkelstein said ill Pdkf tion of race. testified that at no ( Despite being the pointedly pressuresof 'a year and a half to

going ,to take it out" youthPHILLIPS describing. shooting. time were there more ignored by the other 'two years to finish the
ldenti. Pplice bullets and Sam McDonitl
he said. 'The gun sounded likea than two pickets at students. Meredith'sThe
police further revealed fied as Harry Phillips fleetness of footfoiled the store and there were
of 15850 Nl 18th Street. cap pis the escape of Dfes Suddenly
that the car was tol. All I no attempt to intimidate -
tentatively identifiedas Phillips had been re- can remember two youthful holdup LOS ANGELES. CALIF. any of the po-

a 1950 or 1954 blackFord. eased, from Jail only t: was my daughter suspects, early sun- Veteran comic Sam Mc- UDtia1 custoaers. > .r.rs

two days before after screaming day morning onlyminutes Daniel is dead at 76. *********-
serving 12 days for after theyhad But the' old. timer did
5 Rock Throwers vagrancy, officers w Mr.Saith and seeing robbed a NorthMYrtle not die without having Albany Chief SeeksNegroes

Return To Court ,tat ed. w double up Avenue TruckTerminal spent nearly 50 years Vote
TALLAHASSEE -- Sen- According to policy and getting city detectives buckllng.the beltllnes ,
records and the statement reported. of
tenced last week undercharges 'I back into appreciative audiences
Seriously wounded by ALBANY Ga. The apparent -
of throringrocks of witnesses. Smith b the car." with his fantastic
at carload of confronted the trio at police gunfire wasJ rontines.Mcbaniel. success of Negro
a
COOnB.S th. who
'drives has led
the corner of eras Williams. 18. of voting
white people five Negroes was rushedto born in
faced City CourtJudie N f 27th Ave. Cloverleaf Hospitalby 904 Jefferson St. He was Kansas moved throughLi Laurie pritchett police James Meredith

John Rudd Tuesdayfor and 167th St. the two with admitted to Duval Medical show business world chief of racially turbulent Attorney General university.
refusing to work outtheir after the ofr f j bullet wounds women in thestomach Center with bullet in ggQj roles before his Albany. Ga., to moralrc was described as Both Barnett and Johnson
seek the support of "high" by certain newsmen have been found in contempt '
sentences on citrlork ficer girlfriend r left arm and wounds in his left sideand death. He appeared in
Miss arm. received while vaudeville cblored voters according who Interceded him of court by all
gangs.As left hand still reaafea shows aroundthe '
Alder- chased by a policeofficer to integration TUe sdl7. eight judges of the 5th
a result three were josie in critical .condt tl08.I being nation and finallylaaded
leader Martin Luther Asked if two days of U.S. Ciruit Court of
and
sent to jail on bread BID and hex ineighbor Besides Phillis. near church roles in movies
vast
a King Jr. in a state- classes had discouragedhim Appeals. The citations
and waler while the regaining I Dade County ..anhuatqulckl1 Cleveland streets.Accordinl.to ******
and whether he bad
cent made last Wednesday carry a $10,000 dairy ,
two promised to Mrs. Manuellpinkelltein. : rounded up 17- a police,change of a dollar. It ever considered giving
approxi- fine and
work cut their sentences. *if lareold Albert Tull report Clarence Brown was while Brown was Addressing an ap the whole thing the imprisonment
Last week Judge Rudd c complained'o coU COllie of 15930 Ml Istfi a night aceof the getting the change that jaate 400 persons 29-year-old ex-d stated for Barnett and a $5,000
gathered in Biraingaaa far Johnson It is felt
sentences the five to the three youths St., aad Leonard cooper, Union truck Terminal at one of the youths allegedly "If this stops ae, then
work on the city workgangs had sade obscene re- la oL 2835 Baache; Park 505 N. Myrtle Ave. was pulled a pistol Ala. for the sixth it's no different from a however that an accord
will be reached
national convention of betweenthe
for 15 Saturd&JRan I .marks to then at the School Dr. approached by two young and demanded tht'lioneTin legal block." He estimated -
the Southern Christian two lien and the Department -
to church servicestwice : intersection. ********** Negroes about 1:20 a.m.the. the cash register. Leadership Conference it would take him of Justice.
asked for
each Sunday for Smith who bas beer Sunday and

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ERIC 0. SIMPSM I ........Maacfe EMIr 1 t\\ r .. -- --
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AIYSON L VISE _---tars EMIr ; S + BIRMiNGHAM, Ala.---In spite of massive

b changes that have occurred in recent

HILDA VOOTEN...............Circritifc Maufir I Iny times in relation to the so-called "Ne-
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c gro issues" in the united States, little
MAIN OFFICE & FUMT: i If anything has been accomplished in

2323' HjBCriet 10It41182 El 4-S783 I\\ i, r n tatoes'solving the problems basic confronting'meat, bread nearly and po-20 t

million Negro citizens of America at this
Mug AMress: moment.

P. 0. Boi 561 lacksMrik 1 1. FkriJa i That was a declaration expressed, here by ,

-, k 4 N Whitney M. Young, Jr. of New York, executive f'
director of the National Urban

SUBSCRIPTION RATES '- I SST League, in addressing the
Sixth Annual Convention of
One yeat, $6.00 Half Year $4.OU ,
the Southern Christian Leadership
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Mailed to You Anywnere in the United States
Conference.The .
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SCLC is headed by the
Send check or Honey Order to:
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Box 561 widely identified as one of
Florida Star P. 0.
Jacksonville 1, FloridaCwtMuIcatioSystom o' the nation's leading civil
\-1J rights spokesmen. .'
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Polke : t ; T "There has been very little!

.,' progress in the past 10 years SIMPSONin

...',.-.,,,'/, J t % what I term the 'meat, bread and po-
k A Swift Effective Oitratiop } : ; tatoes' issues when the Negro is comparedto

1x. ", ...a other Americans," Mr. Young said.
He cited incontrovertible facts showing
Citizens of Duval can be proud of their STARS AND STRIPS MUST NOT BEYour SUPPLANTED IN MISSISSIPPI that the average income of the Negro

communication system which operates with family today is 54 per cent of that enjoyed -

such speed and efficiency that many vio- '. ,._' ." -_ 1. .__-_ .0, ,',_ by its white equivalent--a declineof
lators who would normally elude arrestare 3 per cent since 1952; that one of

quickly apprehended,very. often within each six Negro homes in the nation is
the immediate area of their crimes* I dilapidated and substandard compared with
The swiftness with which police com- Weekly
:: one in 32 for white families; that Negro
munications processes calls from victimsor : children receive three-and-a-half years

witnesses of crime, and the speed ;with less education than do whitesthat; their

which mobile units are dispatched to, the Guide parents die seven years sooner.

trouble spot, is clearly demonstrated, by Horoscope "From here on," the urban League executive -

the early-morning arrest of two youthful. told the SCLC delegates "our

holdup suspects: measuring rod will be pr.ogress not as
Within minutes after the night managerof Iy PABLO Tht ASTROLOGERWHICH determined by the previous conditions of

a trucking company reported he'' had Negro citizens, but progress in the degree -
been robbed at gun point by the pair, the ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR to which we close the gap betweenthe

culprits found themselves in the handsof BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES Negro and his fellow-citizens."

police officers.The In its unique position today Mr. Young

recent Mt. Herman Park rare incidentis pointed out, the urban League serves on

another point in fact: There, too, prestige or reputation. your personality and pattern of your life. It; more than half a dozen federal commis- t
five suspects were rounded up a short Born March 21st thru Those who compete with intellectual powers to would be much les sions and on scores of state and local ,'

time after they had allegedly ,committed a April 19th you would not be slowor restore harmony where painful if you bow to establishments charged with the respon

gang-style rape of a 37-year-old woman. Although Arians as a timid about taking ever it may have been the demands that arc sibility to assure equal opportunity for

Again, only last week, swiftness of com- whole are seldom accused advantage of any pre- shattered. It may not be made on you, instead of all Americans in employment, education,

munications and police action was the undoing of immoderate eat- dicaments you can get wise to change your locale wasting time and housing, health and welfare.It .

of five young women accused of ing habits, there may be yourself in at this unless circum- strength in futile resistance is with these facilities he added,

i committing an armed robbery. While in the a few exceptions to the time. Romance that has stances make it compulsory with this that it is singularly equipped among all

I Riverside area, a prison escapee found rule. Those who feel been fading away would until you have thought in mind you agencies, public and voluntary, to come

himself back in the clutches of the law sluggish or otherwise start reappearing under assured yourself that it should not find the to grips with stark realities that re-

s a brief while after police had been notified disturbed should take more promising aspects. will lead to your com- 8th as unfavorable as main. Among these are:

4 that the fugitive had forced hisway"into prompt action to deter- 370551558375CANCER fort or -employment pros- the aspects seem to in- 1. Continued migration and urbanization
,".W an unoccupied home. aine the basic causes. pects. should you haveno d icate. centering on industrial centers where the "

Though little publicized, communicationsis There is al-Ways the Born June 22nd thru choice in the matter, 4-30-22-13-38-432 incoming Negro worker and his family, due
_ one of the most vital operations of possibility of faulty July 22ndIn you may find it possibleto to historic deprivation and injustice,
diets or nervous ten- CAPRICORNBorn
police work, greatly influencing the sions which your haste to meet rely on chance to Dec. 22nd thru will face social and economic barriers
can be
functions of Robbery, Traffic, Morals, traced and corrected by fate half way, you may provide the guidanceyou Jan. 19th little different from those: of years ago.
be impelled to make require. 2. Industrialization and automation
Intelligence Homicide and the other a.
competent and approved Should you find your-
departments of which your police forceis false start. There are 9-10-66-16-98-916 which are quickly making expendable the
authorities. A deep- self in an incriminating
made up. indications that you maybe LIBRA unskilled and the untrained.
r rooted problem or con- situation the chancesof
Police communications is a asking for trouble Born 3. Urban renewal, slum clearance and
sleepless sept. 23rd thru
ditipn should be attended going through a very
+ thing, even as police vigilance must be. to. Also take the should you fail or refuse Oct. 23rdIt costly and disagreeable other advances that disrupt and dislo-
k Crime too is We necessary: measures to to heed the warn cate the Negro family, often leaving
a sleepless thing. can would not be in your experience are very
be assured, however, that a swift reac- remove the flaws in your ings that are soundedby interest to quit your much in evidence. Civil them "more segregated than before."

tion sets in immediately after an emer- economy, should this your intuition or job in a huff, or under suits are not recom- 4. The contemporary "courageous and
gency call is made to policd headquarters prove to be the major other unusual manifesta- emotional duress if you mended. Harmony between magnificent challenges" to discrimination -

We can be assured, too, that unless concern that is weigh- tions. Mull over each are compelled to do so neighbors and membersof which vital though they are to advancing -
violators are themselves mighty swiftin ing on your mind. word before it is said through no fault of your the family circle the Negro citizen's expectationsfor

making their escape, they will be 5-30-44-16-84-534 or written, postpone own it could be all should if possible be tomorrow might also invite "disen '
travel dates and make
caught quite near to the scene of tneir TAURUSBorn part of a heavenly planto maintained. Should you chantment and disillusionment with tra-
crimes. April 20th thru prudence your guiding direct your footstepsin have made any plans ditional methods and leadership. "

May 20thIt principle when you are the direction toward you can expect eventsto Regarding the latter, Mr. Young

___ would not be good walking around. or driving which you are destined.It throw in the monkey warned that winning rights and respect

A TIMELY WARNING : sense to strip your gotten over Once this you hurdle have- may also be the chosen wrench that will wreck long denied can "become empty symbols
cash or bank reserves to moment for you to re- them ,beymd recognition. unless they can be translated into tangi-
show li
you enjoy a "
indulge your whims, period of relative examine your existing or 7-20-44-19-49-724 ble socialeconomic and cultural gains.

w AGAINST AN UNTIMELY ENEMY speculate or expand your mJ1, t... promising tal oats, and AQUARIUS "The opposition which will retard our
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business or professional 6-20-33-17-69-623 to determine whether they Barn Jan. 20th thru progress, he said, "will no longerwear
activities beyond their should become your life's Feb. 18th hooded robes, belong to obvious hate

__ In the next few mouths, as winter temperatures natural or logical Born July LEO 23rd thru surable goals instead pastimes.of plea- YOU may total up lossesif groups or even articulate ancient stereo-

i make heating a necessary part limits. Should s meone 22ndNo you have been too types.
Aug.
of household environment, a shocking num- close to your heart 7-40-88-12-81-748 trusting or Inclined to "They will be what some call'the gentle
E ,ber of persons will be destroyed--need- feel troubled you may matter how sorelyrou chance everything on people of prejudice.' None will speak of
(, lessly and horribly--by fire. find it inadvisable to are tempted to follow SCORPIOBorn the turn of a wheel. return to a slave state or difference in
popular trends to take Oct. 24th thru
Narrowing this grim reality down to the pry or to otherwise ,interfere speculative risks Nov. 22nd There seems to be little blood or native intelligence. When it
I state of Florida, Board of Health records if your coun- you doubt that differingviews comes to practical problems of education,
may find this a bit too Take your loved ones
reveal that 183 persons died last year as sels are needed, you may: regarding partnership housing, employment where they are involved -
hazardous when your resources and fr Dods in stride
a result of fire and explosion. In 1960 then do your utmost to could not stand hen they are emotionally finances could be however, they will murmur pious
restore the main of fric-
cause
the fire fatality rate serenity. Take platitudes. .
was 228. in, all strains. It could be disturbed. You should go tion and
h probability, most of 'these deaths could the proper precautionswhen asking for trouble if all out to soothe ruffle possible sepa "indeed, today we need actionists. But
rations. It would be the
have been climatic changes
avoided. you throw conservatismto feelings, and to do whatever course heaven help us if we don't also have t
sanest for both
The following pointers occur suddenly in order strategists and planners. This is
are offered with the winds and decideto else you can to to a part
'get together and
the hope that many persons who, becauseof not to expose yourselfto plunge. A source of put out the fires of arrive at workable of the role the Urban League is trying to
the seasonal ail- a "
carelessness, could become victims of contention between allies discord. The rest of perform.
agreement this week,
r fire this year may be spared such en un- ments that usually start may be removed 1f a the week is fairly tranquil before Mr. Young also urged the conferees to
a permanent impasse -
timely end by a little timely precaution: spreading. around this workable formula governing giving you ample develops. Take all take note of the explosive potentials
time.S50221375852
Clear out accumulations of old papers, the management and opportunity to put in a the recommended 'pre- existing among a vast portion of the

clothes, rags, toys and furniture. Clean expenditures of Joint few good licks of work cautions when you are Negro population. This segment represents
out the kitchen stove--and exhaust fan if GEMINI fends can be devised. where it will attractthe crossing busy streetintersections 80 per cent of all Negro citizens, fall-

you have one--of accumulated grease. Keep Born May 2lst thru Decisions you arrive at attention you are or ing between the extremes of top talent,

paint and turpentine away from heat. Clear June sist during this quarter maybe seeking. With th driving along the high -training and skill in rewarding occupa-

i the yard of trash piles. Be sure you have A rather unusual development regretted in the weather tending to be ways. tions and those who are 'hopelessly
more than cue way of escaping from your is likely to future, especially if more fickle from day to l-SO- 9-18-53-159 scarred, demoralized and destined for
hose in case of fire. transpire. It may be they are produced under dUe be sure yon are PISCES chronic dependency."

In additionoil, heaters should be cleaned beneficial if it is unexpected emotional duress. The properly dressed for Born Feb. 19th thru '"Few if any of the first extreme," he

now, before the need to use them. A heater and not the urge to travel or drive all occasions. Since the March 20thIn said, "need our professional services.For .

should never be lighted if it is flooded. consequence of any around continues to be season of colds is fast the event that you those already at the other extreme,

Nor should a heater be moved while .run doings of years. You may strong but also take approaching, yon cannot have not achieved your there 1s little that can be done through

ning. Since heaters burn oxygen, a little have to change your the precautions that all afford to expose yourself personal aims by 8th. correction now of the degradation and

fresh outside air is neceesary to prevent residence, your pro- safety councils recom unnecessarily to because of the refusalof deprivation accorded their forbears for
i asphyxiation. fession or*your partneras mended. their disagreeable your sate or other three centuries.

Florida law requires all fuelburningfixed a result of the 4-30-11-14-43-491 .ftera.ths. key associates to participate -

heaters to have outside vents. strong influences that VIRGO 260771872267SAGITTARIUS drop the whole PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE WITH PETS

It is also suggested checking electrical are propelling ;you ever Born Aug. 23rd thru matter instead of pressing For pet Wm whose loyalties art equally divided between their
onward. Adjust yourselfas Sept. 22nd Born Nov. 23rd thru to the breaking faithful eats or doCS and their uphoUtered furniture, there U
cords to avoid overloading, and keeping BOW a handy solution in aerosol form-an instant indoor train.
matches out of the reach of children. best yon can, but Any attempts on your Dec. 21stNo point. Life exacts gamy ing program with push button control Just spray chain sofas
don't Bake the mistakeof part and rice versa, matter how upsettingthe sacrifices from one and beds,rugs or other household furnishing with aerosol repellent
These pointers, given as a warning a- all and in aDd pet will keep off. Harmless to animals and fabrics, the
,
gainst carelessness, could be the margin trying to bead peopleor to impose views on rivals situation that suddenly Plsct aDS push-button spray can also be used outdoors on plants and
clrcaastfBces to your or partners may develops particular are the ones jhrubi that require pet immunity. And if your is in
may appear i
of difference between survival and
your "hup" from pesky Insects, there's a variety of tesecticidS _
now chosen to cake mo'tof
1 destruction during the next few months. .. will. Give no one an only result in firework. to you. it seems to sprays that eliminate ticks, fleas, Ilea and other invaders
opening to attack your Apply the whold force of be part of the over-all AA3-1i-92-54P a animal comfort.f .


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J : National UL Official Visits Here .


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H.
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LOUISE G. GUIKYABD f S

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J'i, Mesdames Carrie parsons Geneva Henderson and .

Gloria Parsons were hostesses to the second meet- #

ing of the year of the Silhouettes, an auxiliaryof 4ze- .. .

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.The 4
'i -: ; 7 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. j..es
meeting was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks; 1374& Prince Brown; 2218 Birdo Rd. ;
Longineu Parsons SCriven Street with the follow- x; w Street: Boy. Girl.

ing members present: Mrs. Norma White, president; .
Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Samiel
Mesdames Hadassah Bullard, Virginia Mathis, Betty -1 .,
1916 W. 24th St.
-U Eaves; ; Cooper: 1224 W. 18th
Howard, Ann MCIntosh, Hannah Jones, Rudine Brown, : Girl. Street; Girl.
and Delores Mitchell.The .
V w' r Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
selection of a nominating committee, and receiving : Parker; 1139 BirdierSt. "
Thompson; 4915 Tennessee -
of minutes from the recent National Sil- .
ki ; Boy. street; Girl.
houettes meeting were the main events of the busi- Mr. and Mrs. James and
Mr. Mrs. James
ness session. s Strickland; 1825 E. 22nd Feler; 1418 W. 7th St. ;
Mrs. Norma White and Mrs. Hannah Jones were the H Street: Boy. Boy.

respective winners of bridge and whist prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gar- Mr. and Mrs. William


****....*..*.**..*..**........ vin; 1672 Moncrief. Best ; 1730 Fairfax
Village; Girl.Mr. Street; Boy.

ti : f and Mrs. Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Mesdames Josephine Cleveland Geneva Wheeler, Japonica
-, Smith; 3441
? Smith; 3130 Breve Dr. :
Doris Bennett and Miss Areather Johnson were Road; Boy. Boy.
"
guest players when Gems Bridge Club met last k r Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. John Smith

Friday evening at the lartle Avenue residence of ;.it 4, Caldwell; 1012 WalnutS 945 Lime Street; Girl.

Mrs. Sylvester Bossard. Mrs. Doris Bennett was tr e e t; Boy. Mr. and Mrs.' Ransom

high scorer in the guest category, Mrs. Alvenia Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Michael; 2810 Flanders

Scriven was among winners of club prizes. Miss Williams; 4230 Lockhart Street; Boy.
,
Areather Johnson won the door prize. iix Drive: BOY.

Mesdames Myrtis Thomas, Catherine Jackson, Lois WHITNEY YOUNG, (fifth from left) National Executive Secretary of the Urban League spent two days For-
Walker and Miss Applications
Avery Lillian Davis Marian here last week engaging in conferences with state officials at Tallahassee, city officials and lead-

Zelma Johnson were among members present. ers in industry in Jacksonville. interspersed with meetings with l.cal league officers and members. !
Marriage Licenses
.............t................ Shown from left during informal get-together at the home of jax urban League president Dr. Warren
Schell are: Atty. and Mrs. Earl M. Johnson; junious Bowman Jax UL Executive Secretary; Mrs. Essie
joe Louis Carter. 4354} David Clark Jr. 72600
McCray, UL Guild president; Mr. Young and Rutledge Pearson. (Royal Art Studio Photo)
Hews from Bennett College, Greensboro, North Phelps St. 48 and EmmaL. Mark St. 20 and Gracie

Carolina, informs us that Miss Geraldine Robertsof Tampan Wins Statewide Titles i Negro Models Moore 435k Phelps L. Bryant, 2115 Run st.

Route 7, Box 75, has qualified for a tuition Street. 30. 24.
Enter Hew MediaNEW Roscoe Hargett 1836 Charlie Hizine 624 W.
grant. '. '.
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Brewster Rd. 25 and State St. 30 and
of Mr. and Mrs
Miss Roberts is the daughter ,. .,
--"' YORK -
0> "" -- Negro models
sr. Helen Watson southern Lucy Stucks. 1018 Broad
Nathaniel Roberts who have appearedin
Avenue 24. Street 33.Solomon .

........... r editorial pages and Willie J. Brown. 1030W. Williams. War-
...................
,. advertisements in newspapers Duval St. 26 and wick. N Y. 36 and Mil-

initial slick magazines Maxine CUll ars" 1030 ft dred D. Moore. Warwick, I
held its
The Charming Ladies Bridge Club
and point-of-sales ma- Duval st. 22- N. Y33.. ,
meeting for the current fiscal year last Friday
teraisl enter
a new era



evening tense Mesdames. Wilson.Brewington in Ernestine the Roth, Margaret Poole Drive, Clevel Day home Delphenia of Vermeil Cromartie Mrs. CorethaJ. Glover Greene Hor-, this nation's be appearing fall in when commericials.televIsions they on will the .1:3: [fJ [3 E 3 ::1:1S



Brown
Dorothy Dunlap Hortense r According to Ophelia De
Rosa Lee Shannon and Sophye White were among ;
"ore president of the

members present.Mrs. brace Del Marco Model
Vivian Byrd and Mrs. Ann Monroe were guest __ Agency "this is a new

players.Mrs. rP'z day for the woman of DON'T I INEED

Byrd qualified for the guest award and Mrs. color" Miss De Vore.I I

Poole, Mrs. Brewington and Mrs. Brown were higt who uses the term "wo

scorers in the club division. men of color" to in-

T clude EUrasians Latin

.....e..e.................... t Yca 1 Americans and others

whom the agency repre-

Kappa Alpha Psi's "Sweetheart party" and installation 1 3 3I t sents, began urging the

banquet resulted in one of the most .*' I use of colored models CASH

delightful affairs held at the El Dorado Club some fifteen years ago.

Details this live-music- Negro models will be
since its reopening. on ti- 14 ,f 1-
event in next week's column. used for the first time

= in television commercialfor

..a.e..1.1..1.......... :- .Y Gillette razor OPEN A KRESS READY CREDIT 1

blades; Artra Skin Tone

hostess when Entre Nous Cream; Feen-A-Mint; and '
Miss Theora Leggins was SHOPPING ACCOUNT TODAY

Bridge Club met Saturday evening at the Durkee Silfur-8. :
Ji Gillette has previouslyused .
and Wesley Johnson. :
Drive residence of Mr. Mrs. 1r ,

Mrs. Ruth Bonner and Mrs. Mabel Braddock were J ... __._ Negro sports stars 1',(. ..., .

guest players with the latter receiving the of in its TV commercials 'j' .. '. .
MISS AMERICAN LEGION 1962---Attractive Miss Annie Lois Anthony but this rdll be the "
;
guest award. Tampa was "a double winner in the 13th Annual Bathing Beauty- first in which models .. atCOl 1fl 1\\\

Mrs. Charlotte Stewart and Mrs. Camilla Thompsonwere Show contest held recently under the auspices of the 11th Dis- will be used. ;"':'}i. 'ready credsbn\ m :. ,.::;i;'

high scorers among club members, while Mrs. at Ocala. Miss ,... :.:. ;(". '. ... Doe :,.J....
trict of the State American Legion Department : ..... ... .' JC''u ,: <.
Frances Johnson qualified for the soncolationaward. BethuneBenedict I" : ... >.::: .,.,.,.:, .... u"s Stown. .. ;,
Anthony was sponsored by American Legion Post 167 of Tampa. ;;: nO. Fark .S.A.
(,Photo Rv .Mozert.. ). Z..(.< U
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Mrs. Doris Bennett Miss Mozelle Bruton, Mrs. Parade Route Given ::'.0 ". .,:," ,:x-. ,,
Elizabeth Simmons, Miss Lauretha Jenkins Miss uy run "

Ruth Broome, Mrs. Helen Hart, and Mrs. Ruth Myers Deltas Annual Program Set For the first time in : tea .."'' i
I
make up Entre NOUS' membership roster. For St. Paul Walker Students the history of Jackson- A nuthinifFOR SMALL PURCHASES, SHOP I

.,' READY CREDIT COUPONS I
.............e................ ville Football parades. ..;; "'.
"Divine Guidance" has Chapter, Delta Sigma Club a route that has been : :(' .r.; :, Use them just like cash. Select

>1 Our bridge clubs have resumed activities for been selected as the Theta Sorority to be Organize long s tight will be used /, You 'y :' 4t.. coupons in the amount you need

the current year. it might have been a mere coincidence theme for the fall musical presented Sunday. Oct. for this year's big col- : ";;:"' ., ; .j.... -from$10 to$100 or more.When

that many of the meetings were scheduledon and worship serviceof 14 at 8 p.m. in the leges football game.. J '.' -,,, ::- ,t' coupons run low pick up an additional

the same date that fall made its entry. Jacksonville Alumnae auditorium of St. Paul The Young Men progres- The parade units will ,: Want .',:'rF l s:: book at the Kress Ready

'"I UC' Church. RevR T_ sive Club was organizedat \ ,. ;"f; './" CreditOffice.COnvent ent monthly
.V'
n form Water Street '
Walker vocational on : <>',;;.f: payments to fit your budget.WI'thout' .
Blaine pastor. Several between Broad and Julia. :
College under the .:;; FOR LARGER PURCHASES, TAKE
members of the Chapter
41 hoist jt fountains Proceed East on Water to
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for those who think the Deltas Chapter. Melvin Bea. Valdosta this will be one of charge!
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ABOUT PEOPLEEd Motor Midway Successfully Climaxed Annual Event


Charles, the hard slugging third baseman of .i'$:...7'#.., ..- '

/ the Kansas City Athletics of the American League .h'"..." ._ I; CHURCH NEWS I IA

was a visitor to the Florida Star office last

Tuesdays Many of the baseball fans will remember <
ft
Charles as the former second baseman of -the one C .
time Jacksonville 'Braves.esssee1111111111..1.1..
week of prayer service will begin Oct. 22 in

........ i'' First New Zion-Baptist Church. Preaching will begin -

Oct. 29 through Nov. 2. Rev. S. L. Badger,

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cleveland of Bronx, New York .. : pastor of Emanuel Baptist Church will be the

have returned home after spending their vacationin evangelist for the revival services. District 4 !

Jacksonville with Mr. Cleveland's brotherand will sell barbecue Saturday all day at the church.

sister, Roscoe and Miss Henrietta Clevelandof Annual Men' s Day will be observed Oct. 28.

1419 Madison Street. During their stay their '
f :
many friends joined the family in the entertainment -

of the Clevelands.
The Gospel Crusaders will render a musical pro-

.....ss..s............!....... gram Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the \

African United Church 1129 Milnor St. Mrs.

lire. Hettie Hills will be featured in a Musical Bertha Belle is sponsor.
J JAll
Travelogue at the First Church of the Metaphisical

Science on West Edge wood Ave. from 4 to 6 p.m. J
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Sunday Oct. 28. Friends are invited. _
choirs of West union Baptist Church will observe -

.............................. l -. a joint anniversary Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. Usher

Board 1 will meet in its business session at

Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Simpson of Zion Hope Bap- 7:30 p.m. Friday. Deaconess Board 1 will meet

tist Church, returned to the city after a month's Y Sunday at 3 p.m.

vacation. They attended the National Baptist Con-

vention of America in Oklahoma City, Okla. They

visited with relatives in Barnwell, S. C. and
Fitzgerald Ga. They report an enjoyable vacation. $i Monthly conference will be held Friday at 8 p.m.

in Abyssinia Baptist Church with the pastor, Rev.B. .

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WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRANTS---Rev. J. W. Jones (second from left), Pastor of Mother Midway AME Church and L. Wynn and the officers in charge. The pastor

members pose for photo foil sing the successful climax of the church's annual Women's Day observancelast and congregation will worship in Emanuel Baptist

Mrs. Edythe Taylor of 2102 Mt. Herman Street, Sunday. The annual event was headed by Mrs. Verdie Elder, general chairman, and Mrs. Alma Church, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. Choirs 1 and 2 and

left the city recently for New York City to visit Blackshear, co-chairman. Usher Boards 1 and 2 will serve.

relatives and friends. Mrs. Taylor plans to be

away for two weeks. She is a member of Shiloh Woodlawn Presbyterian Bishop Greene Fountain Chapel Willing Workers

Baptist Church. Church Notes I Calls Presiding AME Church Schedule Fund
Sunday services at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church

.............................. BY L.N. PEARS X. SR. Elders MeetingA NewsThe Raising ChampignThe i will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.

with Miss H. Neal in charge. Morning worship at
World wide Communion call meeting for all Love Feast at

Miss Tyrone Pollar, daughter of Mrs. Blanche service will be observed six presiding elders of Fountain Chapel AME Willing Christian 11, BTU at 5 p.m. Evening worship will begin at
Workers
pollar was home on the weekend for a brief visit. Sunday October 8th by the 11th Episcopal Dis- Church will terminate Church southside of Wayman made AME 7. The junior choir and ushers will serve at every

Miss Poller is a 1962 graduate of New stanton High the Woodlawn United trict of the AME Church Friday night Oct. 7 at preparations to launch service. S. Williams will be in charge of music.

School. She is now a student at Florida Normaland Presbyterian Church in has been announced for 8 clock.. Rev. F.W. the
Wayman Organ Fund
industrial Memorial College in St. Augustine. the George Washington Wednesday. Oct. 10 at Jones pastor, announcedAll campaign recently. Pro-

Carver Elementary Schoolat 10a.m. in Arnett ChapelAME departmental of-
\ .............................. 2854 W. 45th. C. E. Church. Quincy. Rev. ficers, members and plans gramming and outlined.soliciting Choir 1 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will observeits

Simmons Jr. church A.H. Hunter host pas- friends are urged to were 43rd anniversary Oct. 22. Rev. S. L. Badger,

Mrs. Minnie Minus Cave, a. former resident of organist, will begin the tor. Rev A.L. Bennettof come together at this Hearing the campaign pastor of Emanuel Baptist Church'will preach the
drive
are Irma L. Sim-
this city and a teacher in the Duval County School prelude promptly at the Quincy District time to make this anniversary sermon. A program will be presented.
mons, Alice Mae Bowman
System, and former president of the Duval County 10:55 a.m. will be host elder. special event an out-
Arnold.
and.Eugene. M. A
Retired Teachers Association, has returned to her Rev. F.D. Wilson pas- Associate Presiding standing success.
goal of $1. 000 has been
home in Greenville, S. C. after spending several tor, wijll bring the Elders Revs R.C. SWEATS SERVICES set.

days here. While in the city, she was guest in message and serve the snelling, Tallahassee Sunday school begins at
Although solicitationhas Choir 1 and 2 of Sweetfield Baptist Church will
the home of Mrs. Cornelia R. Muse, 1424 Madison Communion. Both the District; C. T. Sikes. 9:30 a.m. with SUperin-
already begun, the rehearse jointly Friday at the church at 8 p.m.
Street. Before leaving, she expressed her deep United Presbyterianchoir Monticello; K. S. Dupont tendent Cook in charge.
official kickoff of the All ushers will begin serving Jointly and Sunday,
appreciation to her many friends and f cnner co- and the West- Madison; W.P. Jenkins All staff supervisorsare
is slated for Choir 1 will
campaign Usher Boards 1 and 2 will serve.
workers for the wonderful entertainment accordedher minster choir will serve Lake City; and I.D. Ford urged to be present.
Nov. 1 in the auditoriumof celebrate its anniversary Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. in
in making her stay delightful. the rites. We are urging Live Oak, districts, respectively Officers and members of
the church
when church.
a the auditorium of the
all officers, members have been the various church
talent program will be
and residents in the busily preparing for the boards are reminded that presented.

area of our new church conference. the Consecration service

site to join in this PreSiDing Elders and will begin promptly at Baby Contest Set '
,' District 1 of First Timothy Baptist Church will
morning service with us, ministers will attend 11 a.m.
WE PAY to share a mofaing of the annual Conference on Class meeting will be Sunday At 1st BornThe meet Friday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Bessie

11 spiritual communions a statewide basis start- held Tuesday at 7 p.m. Gospel Travel Star Allen, 7219 Richardson Road. District 2 will meet
in the home of Mrs. Sarah Love,
rv ice. ing Oct. 10. Choir 1 meets for rehearsal singers and other groups Friday night

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. the At 3 p.m. the Women's Wednesday at will feature the Baby 2016 Calhoun Street.

YOUR BILLS!! Westminster choir will Missionary Society will 8 p.m. Thursday.Mrs. Contest program Sunday

rehearse in the Hut. present their annual- A.L. Lockett beginning at 4 p.m. in The Gospel Cavaliers will present a Song Service

Wednesday, 7 p.m. Mid- program and plenary chairman of the women s the home of Deacon F. D. Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in Summerville Baptist Church

week prayer-Bible-Study business session In a Day observance which snd Sister R (Setta Cohen 19th and Mars Sts. The program is being sponsoredby

10X20 CARPORT OR PATIO will be held in the Hut. separate locale to be will be celebrated Sunday at their residence, 835W. Mrs. Bertha Harris, who is inviting members.

Friday, 8 p.m. The announced by each branch Oct. 14. is urging Monr ce St. and friends and other singing groups to particiand -

NOW ONLY United Choir will rehearse president. the cooperation of all The program is being to also enjoy the program.

in the Hut. members to make th
sponsored for benefitof
Bethel's Child Care
Saturday. Nov. 3 the event a success. First Born Temple, ObituariesJulius

$14995BEDROOM United choir will givea Center In OperationThe Mrs. A. Burroughs 825 W. Monroe St. Dea- Butler. 1444 West

"cook-out' on the Child-Care Centerat Plans First RecitalAlice con Cohen will be masterof 22nd Street.
new church site at 3066 Mrs. Kathleen Gaynor
Bethel Baptist Church Burrough will observe ceremonies for the
Woodlawn Road. The 1968 West
menu 17th Street.
has completed a monthof her Initial anni- event.
will consist of fried Ossie
Frederick 1180
operation. The Center versary as a gospel Meeting Slate
fish, candied apples, Franklin Street.
seeks to the
r serve com- Singer Oct. 14 at 8:15
i cold drinks, salads and Given Louis Simons, 121 Chel-
munity in the traditionsof p.m. in the auditoriumof For
peanuts will be served sea Street.
i ip the church, according Mt. Sinai Baptist
under a giant oak tree Girl Scouts Rev. Joshua F.
to Mrs. Helen D. Wright, Church, Sixth and Lee Manning
[; :iICARPORT draped with long gray \ 1133 Franklin Street.
director.The .
Streets. St. Paul AME Church'sGirl
moss symbolic of paradise Miss Cynthia Hartley I I II
ii
program offers care Mrs. Burrough has appeared scout Troop 261 and FREE
ENCLOSED FLORIDA ROOMS we are askingour of children for working in churches of Brownie Troop 293 will 2244 D. Street.

20 F,. $699 '1699NO entire church membership ? parents. Chill oren of any the city and before hold their regular week- Lee Berry. 1504 West
the surrounding 19th
PAYMENTS TIL 196S age are accepted and audiences in Georgiaand ly meetings on Wednes- Street. I MINISTER J JI
communities
and friends, Junious Drakes. 317 East
pickup service is
pro- New York. At a recent days and Thursdays respectively -
to come out and enjoyan
vided. In addition,, session of the during the Ashley Street.

evening of feasting. children will be kept National convention of regular time. Mrs. IreneA. Miss Mamie Campbell. I GOWN I II
6839 West Virginia
for parents who may need America held in New Baggs. troop leader Ave.
Penfacosfal such service one or two announced.All Fred D. Sh rrer. 2725
Church : Orlxans La., she appeared when your A.M.E.Church
Hamilton
i Circle. I
days weekly or irregularly on the Evangelical girls planning on buys Officially Approved

Of God In ChristThe Mrs. Wright an- Hour program and the marching in the Community Edward Lee Potts. 1040 I PULPIT GOWNS I II
& BATH SCREENED ROOM Duval street.
nounced.For
Pentacostal Church Women's Hour. she also Chest Parade Saturdayare
200 s,. Pt. $2499 ta11 R. 499 any Information Deacon Joseph Alexander, CHOIR ROBES I
of God in Christ will sang the "Lord's prayer"on urged to bring per-
NO PAYMINTS TIL 1961 celebrate its pastor's concerning any service the campaign programin mission from their pa- 2331 West UNIFORMS
rendered by the Center Mrs. CHURCH FURNITURE I
I ... Hemming Park for rents.
Fret Estimate Porch Enclosures anniversary beginning may be obtained by contacting President John F. 6817 West Other Church Supplies g
ON ANY ADDITION MCOMPim Sunday night, Oct. 7 I
IUHDIN6GARAGE Carport Enclosures Mrs. Wright 'at ennedy. from reliable

orWORKSHOP e Room Additions : when other Bishop ministers S. B. Banks and the church office. Participating on the __: f I I j SANDIAI
Oct. 14 will be
program
Bathrooms Kitchens their congregation will I
First Bora Mrs. Gussle Paige Gray,
11 n. k 14 *. M399tlMODEUNC Dens Carports supervise the services. Temple Choir 2 of Mt. Sinai of Myrtle Areond doro* SUPPLY I

CtNtKAL fttPAIRS Sid'ms PaintingAluminum which she is a member
Announces
Services Mrs. Ethel Davenport SPCCKUD COMPANY I
AwningsNOTHING
TOM : Bannister, Miss Allie F. TROUT UMino AMOUNT LI. 59' Official African Mth6d1ste I
Elder
Patio Covers A. Hill, pastorof QurdI
Roundtree Mrs. Willie
AtrthoS?
rUSH FKOZINSTEAKFISH Coundl
First Born Temple, of Bshop*
: DOWN Patio EncfeftirtflGfati D. Lucas and others. 59' end Office d fubOc JUtettons. I
listen to everything but remem 825 I. Monroe St. announced \. F
Room* ber this: No other brand of By special request, I A.M.C.CHUXCHKronrsntou
YEARS the I
following
headache powders is better urs. Burrough will sing Henry Sew SubiuliCttIN I TOUR rUKCHASCS
1 0 .
TO Pool lac........ services for Sunday:
J than Goody's. So several FLORIDA
why pay special selec- 8 IFREE'
WRITE TODAY
PAY more? Sunday School,10 a.a.; !tions. Accompanists on LOBSTERS KIU.M i>. 6gc u.89'I
Evening worship 7:30 r LB.
FIRST the program will be FOR I

VISIT OURSHOWROOM p.m. vCass I. Shootes and
PAYMENT k Elder Hill will deliver .I'. Verdell 3ates.TI8 Conch Meatu.49ceel Itr**s = I

NEXT YEAR the major ser-
f lee IIs Hsaday fat < U. Take Out In nk I
mons. The public is .
$2.90 In FXCC CATALOG. B. sura
"The off Shore Pisheraan's > TURTLE to Includ both ,
Free Consultation invited. ....... your mm* I
on Your Emitting Bills 0 church MR and
Club will meet L.. a........
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w NORPAGE Holies aid Westfmeril Recreation at lit. Herman Center.Park The L. 49c u. : FOR I

fewAmbulance N... c...4
I. first meeting gets stns ..... A.M.L MEMBERS I
SCREEN
ALUMINUM. INC.
Service : oBdenray at 11 a.s. and OCEANYICW
69 SAKHA CHURCH SUPPLY CQ..
$212 lEACH ILYD, 'mKsramMMir the final session takes SPOTS cIMEDIOM Dept. 20 I
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SATURDAY OCTOBER
.. 6,196'2

ABOUT PEOPLEEd Hotter Midway Successfully Climaxed Annual Event


Charles, the hard slugging third baseman of t x.
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I the Kansas City Athletics of the American League CHURCH NEWS
was a visitor to the Florida Star office last

Tuesdays Many of the baseball fans will remember k.4' '.A

Charles as the former second baseman of .the one

time Jacksonville Braves.
week of prayer service will begin Oct. 22 in

.............................. r First New Zion Baptist Church. Preaching will begin -

i Oct. 29 through Nov. 2. Rev. S. L. Badger,

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cleveland of Bronx, New York pastor of Emanuel Baptist Church will be the

have returned home after spending their vacationIn __ evangelist for the revival services. District 4 I

Jacksonville with Mr. Cleveland's brotherand Y s will sell barbecue Saturday aH day at the church.

Annual Men s Day will be observed Oct. 28.
sister, Roscoe and Miss Henrietta Clevelandof

1419 Madison Street. During their stay their
f fThe
many friends joined the family in the entertainment -

of the Clevelands.
a Gospel Crusaders will render a musical pro- \
it
...*.......................... gram Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the

African United Church 1129 Milnor St. Mrs.

Mrs. Hettie Hills will be featured in a Musical Bertha Belle is sponsor.
J JAll
Travelogue at the First Church of the Metaphisical

Science on Vest Edge wood Ave. from 4 to 6 p.m.

Sunday Oct. 28. Friends are Invited. '
choirs of West Union Baptist Church will observe -

.............................. a joint anniversary Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. Usher

Board 1 will meet in its business session at

Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Simpson of Zion Hope Bap- 7:30 p.m. Friday. Deaconess Board 1 will meet

tist ,Church, returned to the city after a month Sunday at 3 p.m.

vacation. They attended the National Baptist Con- '

vention of America in Oklahoma City, Okla. They

visited with relatives in Barnwell, S. C. and

Fitzgerald Ga. They report an enjoyable vacation. : Monthly conference will be held Friday at 8 p.m.

in Abyssinia Baptist Church with the pastor, Rev.B. .

.............................. WOMEN'S DAY CEUBRANTS --Rev. J. W. Jones (second from left), Pastor of Mother Midway ARE Church and L. Wynn and the officers in charge. The pastor

members pose for photo foil wing the successful climax of the church annual Women* s Day observance and congregation will worship in Emanuel Baptist

Mrs. Edythe Taylor of 2102 Mt. Herman Street, last Sunday. The annual event was headed by Mrs. Verdie Elder general chairman, and Mrs. Alma Church Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. Choirs 1 and 2 and

left the city recently for New York City to visit Blackshear, cochairman.Woodlawn Usher Boards 1 and 2 will serve.

relatives and friends. Mrs. Taylor plans to be

away for two weeks. She Is a member of Shiloh Presbyterian Bishop Greene Fountain Chapel Willing Workers

Baptist Church. Church Notes Calls Presiding i AME Church Schedule Fund
Sunday services at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church

......*.**..........*...*....* BY L.N. PEARSON, SR. Elders MeetingA News Raising Champign, will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.

World wide Communion call meeting for all The Love Feast at with Miss H. Neal in charge. Morning worship at
The
Miss Tyrone Pollar, daughter of Mrs. Blanche service will be observed six presiding elders of Fountain chapel AME Willing Christian 11, BTU at 5 p.m. Evening worship will begin at
Workers of
pollar was home on the weekend for a brief visit. Sunday, October 8th by the 11th Episcopal Dis- Church will terminate Church southside.Wayman made AME 7. The junior choir and ushers will serve at every

Miss Poller is a 1962 graduate of New Stanton High the Woodlawn United trict of the AME Church Friday night, Oct. 7 at service. S. Williams will be in charge of music.
launch
preparations to
Scho'ol. She is now a student at Florida Normaland Presbyterian Church in has been announced for 8 o* clock Rev. F.w. the
Wayman Organ Fund
L industrial Memorial College in St. Augustine. the George WashingtonCarver wednesday. Oct. 10 at Jcoes pastor, announcedAll campaign recently. Pro

Elementary Schoolat 10 a.m. in Arnett ChapelAME departmental of-
.............................. 2854 W. 45th. C. E. Church. Quincy Rev.A. ficers, members, and gramming and soliciting. Choir 1 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will observeits
\ plans were outlined.Hearing
Simmons Jr. church H. Hunter, host pas- friends are urged to the 43rd anniversary Oct. 22. Rev.' S. L. Badger

Mrs. Minnie Minus Cave, a* former resident of organist, will begin the tor. Rev A.L. Bennettof come together at this campaign pastor of Emanuel Baptist Church will preach the
drive are Irma L. Simmons -
this city and a teacher in the Duval County School prelude promptly at the Quincy District time to make this anniversary sermon. A program will be presented.
Alice Mae Bowman
System, and former president of the Duval County 10:55 a.m. will be host elder. special event an out-
and.Eugene. M. Arnold. A
Retired Teachers Association, has returned to her Rev. F.D. Wilson, pas- Associate Presiding standing success.
goal of $1, 000 has been
home in Greenville, S. C. after spending several tor mill bring the Elders, Revs R.C. SUTDAY'S SERVICES set.

days here. While in the city, she was guest in message and serve the Snelling, Tallahassee Sunday School begins at
Although solicitationhas Choir 1 and 2 of Sweetfield Baptist Church will
the home of Mrs. Cornelia R. Muse, 1424 Madison Communion. Both the District; c. T. Sikes, 9:30 a.m. with SUperin-
already begun, the rehearse jointly Friday at the church at 8 p.m.
Street. Before leaving she expressed her deep United Presbyterianchoir Monticello; K. S. Dupont, tendent Cook in charge.
official kickoff of the All ushers will begin serving jointly and Sunday
appreciation to her many friends and f crmer co- and the West- Madison; w.P. Jenkins All staff supervisorsare
campaign is slated for Usher Boards 1 and 2 will serve. Choir 1 will
workers for the wonderful entertainment accordedher minster choir will serve Lake City; and I.D. Ford urged to be present.
Nov. 1 in the auditoriumof celebrate its anniversary Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. in
in making her stay delightful. the rites. We are urging Live Oak, districts, respectively Officers and members of
the church when
a the auditorium of the church.
all officers, members have been the various c.hurch
talent program will be
and residents in the busily preparing for the boards are reminded that presented.

area of our new church conference. the Consecration service

site to join in this Presiding Elders and will begin promptly at Baby Contest Set '
District 1 of First Timothy Baptist Church will
WE PAY morning service with us, ministers will attend 11 a.m.
to share a morning of the annual Conference on Class meeting will be Sunday At 1st BornThe meet Friday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Bessie

spiritual communions a statewide basis start- held Tuesday at 7 p.m. Gospel Travel Star Allen 7219 Richardson Road. District 2 will meet
ice.TUesday. Choir Friday night in the home of Mrs. Sarah Love,
erv ing Oct. 10. 1 meets for rehearsal singers and other groups

7:30 p.m. the At 3 p.m. the Women'sMissionary Wednesday at will feature the Baby 2016 Calhoun Street.

YOUR BILLS!! Westminster choir will Society will 8 p.m. Thursday.Mrs. Contest program Sunday

rehearse in the Hut. present their annual' A.L. Lockett, beginning at 4 p.m. in The Gospel Cavaliers will present a Song Service

Wednesday 7 p.m. Mid- program and plenary chairman of the Women's the home of Deacon F. D. Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in Summerville Baptis't Church
week Prayer-Bible-Study business 19th and Mars Sts. The program is being sponsoredby
session in a Day observance which snd Sister R (Setta Cohen
10X20 CARPORT OR PATIO will be held in the Hut. separate locale to be will be celebrated Sunday at their residence, 835 Mrs. Bertha Harris who is inviting members.

Friday, 8 p.m. The announced by each branch Oct. 14, is urging W. Monroe St. and friends and other singing groups to partcl
NOW ONLY United Choir will and to also enjoy the
rehearse president. the cooperation of all The program is being program.
in the Hut. members to make th ,,- J
sponsored for benefitof
Bethe Child Care
Saturday. Nov. 3 the s i event a success. First Born Temple ObituariesJulius

$14995 United choir will givea Center In OperationThe Mrs. A Burroughs 825 W. Monroe St. Dea- Butler 1444 West

4 iM 3 "cook-out" on the Child-Care Centerat Plans First RecitalAlice con Cohen will be masterof 22nd Street. TOONIf
new church site at 3066 Mrs. Kathleen Gaynor
Bethel Baptist Church Burrough will observe ceremonies for the
Woodlawn Road. The 1968 West
menu 17th Street.
has completed a monthof her initial anni- event.
will consist of fried Ossie
Frederick, 1180
operation. The Center
versary as a gospel Meeting Slate
fish, candied apples, Franklin Street.
seeks to the
} serve com- Singer Oct. 14 at 8:15
cold drinks, salads and Given For Louis Simoons. 121 Chelsea -
munity in the traditionsof p.m. in the auditoriumof
will be served
peanuts street.
the church, according Mt. Sinai Baptist
under a giant oak tree, Girl Scouts Rev. Joshua F. Manning.
to Helen
Mrs. D. Wright,
Church Sixth and Lee
draped with long gray director.The Streets.Mrs. St. Paul AME Church'sGirl 1
moss symbolic of para- I I II
program offers care Burrough has appeared Scout Troop 261 FREE
CARPORT ENCLOSED FLORIDA ROOMS dise. We are askingour of children for working in churches of Brownie Troop 293 willhold

10 ft. 5699 1699 entire church mem? parents. chill
NO PAYMENTS TIL unBEDROOM" communities bership. the and surrounding friends, age are accepted and audiences in Georgiaand meetings on Wednes- I MINISTER I II

pickup service is provided New York. At a re- days and Thursdays, respectively
to come out and enjoyan
in addition, cent session of the during
evening of feasting. children will be kept National convention of regular time. Mrs. I GOWN I

for parents who may need America held in New A. Baggs. troop feeder,

Penlacoslal Church such service one or two Orb tans, La., she appeared announced.All when your A.M.E.Church
c. days weekly or irregu- on the Evangelical girls planning buys Officially Approved I

Of God In ChristThe larly, Mrs. Wright an- Hour program and the marching in the Community PULPIT GOWNS I
BATH SCREENED ROOM
nounced.For Women' s Hour she also Chest parade Satu
Pentacostal Churchof
200 S.. Ft. $249t[ tall ft. 499 information CHOIR ROBES I
God in Christ will any sang the "Lord's Praye are urged to bring per-

NO PAYMENTS TIL 1961 celebrate its pastor's concerning any service on the campaign programin mission from their pa- UNIFORMSCHURCH
'I rendered by the Center Hemming Park for rents. FURNITURE I
Free Estimate Porch Enclosures anniversary beginning o" Other Church
may be obtained by con- President John F. Supplies
ON ANY ADDITION M Sunday night, Oct. 7 I
COMMIT IUIIWNSGARAGE Carport Enclosures tacting Mrs. Wright at Kennedy. from reliable

or Room Additions !L other when Bishop ministers S. B. Banks and the church office. Participating on the j SANDiAI

Oct. 14 will be
WORKSHOPurt. Bathrooms Kitchens I their congregation will program I
Mrs. Gussie Paige Grar.Choir .
First Born
Temple
supervise the services.
ii n. 1399 Dens Carports 2 of Mt. Sinai of Myrtle Av* end SUPPLY I

MMODCUMCCINIKAL ,.,AIRS Siding Pointing Announces which she is a member.
Services
Aluminum Mrs. Ethel Davenport SftCKUD COMPANY I
Awnings
TOM Bannister. Miss Allie p.Roundtree TROUT ""''TED Official African .. ,
: AMOUNT i. .tbHI. I
NOTHINGDOWN Patio Covers Elder A. Hill, pastorof Mrs. Willie 'I'I gphcooal Church Supplier by
rusH nonNSTEAKFJSH Authority pf Bishop. Counc*
First
Born Temple,
t Patio Enclosure D- Lucas and others.By and Office of PutOe Halations. II
Listen to everything but remem 825 1<. Monroe St. announced .\. A.U.E.CHURCH
i YEARS Glass Rooms ber this: No other brand of the following special request I BCMCCTSFItOM I
,[ 1 0 Pool Eacleeiinsi headache powders is better yrs. Burrough will sing Heetj Scot Subiidt YOUR PURCHASES
TO services for
Sunday
than Goody's. So why pay : several special selec- CHIN FIOIIDA I
WRITE
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more? ; t tions. Accompanists on .,?,,? u.
Evening worship 7:30 '
FIRST the program will be fOR I
p.1LElder

PAYMENT Hill will deliver i Verdell Cass w. Jakes.Shootes and Conch Meat Lb. FREE: ,I

SHOWROOM :ti'tFree the major ser-
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Employees Feted By Central Life St. Paul Lutheran Mother Midway

Announces Services A. M. E. ChurchHoly Scout Leaders

Communion, will
vJ Rey. F.T. McAdoo PastorThe be administered Sundayat Meeting MondayThe

r >w e St. Paul Lutheran both major services,
Men' s Club met Monday 11 a.m. and 6 p.n. and monthly: fell meetIng -

MinusThe t night with Pastor Mc- at 3:45 P.O. to the of the Gateway Girl

Adoo, 2779 Eventide sick and shut-Ins by Scout leaders, assistant

I Drive. New officers were the pastor Rev. J. V. leaders and co workers
J reason might of been that way down Inside elected and a bowlingteam jones and members of the will be held Monday

him, where his tongue was connected to his backbone organized. The new- Deacons and stewardess night, Oct. 8 at 7 0'

there was some loose ends which needed ly elected officers are: Boards. clock in the lower auditorium -

snipping off or tucking in. Anyhow, not to save Robert Stewart, presi- All officers, membersand of St. Paul AYE

his life could Yippee Sloan pronounce 'L' without dent: Jim Harris, vice- friends are reques- Church. Mrs. Irene A.
,
L
making it sound like 'Y' And it was pretty hard k g Ify/yl. president; Robert Holley ted to be present through Baggs president an-

yistening to him slaughter the yanguage without. treasurer; and Alvin out the day beginningwith nounced.

wondering why in hell he didn't yearn to keep his Brooks secretary. Pro- Sunday School. The Business of vital importance -

yimber yips buttoned more than he did, especiallywhen F4L pective members of the Stewards, Deacons Missionary will be dis-

he didn't know what he was talking about... bowling team are: Alvin leaders Choir 1 cussed and a full mem-
r
"'Hope'Yipee repeated, when nobody didn't Brooks. Thomas Friall, and 2 and Usher Boards bership is reauested

say nothing, "there jest ain' no yove yeft in Robert Holley Simon 1 and 2 will serve Mrs. Baggs stated. Mrs.

th' world." Mosley James Pierce, throughout the day. Vernel Hannen is the
'Crap," replied Toot Harris. CITED-Highlighting the recent employees luncheon given by the Central Life Jesse Ramsey, Claude ORDER OP SERVICES organization's secre-

49.".._ 'Me an* my woman been married Insurance Company was the presentation of citations to outstanding employees. Smith, Leonard Walker. tary.
E goin' on thirteen years. An' as Edward R. Davis (right), company secretary, conducted the honors assisted by Nathaniel Williams and Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. "

4 evil: as she is, an' as bad as she C. J. Duval (left) agency director. Honorees shown from left are: J. H. Wash-. pastor McAdoo. with Bro. s. C. Hart, IMPERIAL SUNDRIES

S cook, an' as loud as she can cuss-- ington, supervisor, Claims Department: Mrs. Josephine B. Jones, Arnold L. Services begin Sundayat superintendent in charge.
Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll
: ain' nothin in th' worl' coulda Robinson, agents, and Sanford Smith assistant manager. Mrs. Marguerite Rice St. Paul 2730 W. ;

kept us together all this time but and Mrs. Jennie E. Harris, also agents, received citations. Edgewood Ave.. with the Communion for the sick Leading Hair PreparationsCor.
(Royal Art Studio Photo) 3:45 p.m.; Evening ser-
:; love. Sunday School, Williams vice, continuation of Broad & Ashy
F : They were sitting in Toot's olds- A. Jones, superintendentThe
Holy Communion 6 p.m. EL 4-2159
mobile where he had it parked in an Bethlehem Observes Community Honors Calvacade Sings last quarter of the -

alley to keep it out the finance man's way. And Holy CommunionHoly Isadore year begins and new material r
they were nursing a fifth and talking about how Singleton Monday Night i will be dIstri- Would lou Like to Have A Set of Tailor Made Seat

Ludie Mae branded Duck Palmer on his butt with a Communion will be At St. Stephen buted. All children and Coven to Fit Your Car? if So, Come over And Meete

hot iron only three weeks after they got married. administered Sunday at ..fA0. adults. in the Cleveland ( Just Across The Railroad Tracks at:

"They didn' have to get ,married in th' first 3 p.m. in Bethlehem Baptist Totaling nearly 100- Heights, Floradale, SCHOFIEID AUTO SEAT COVERS

place," McNasty said. 'All Ludie Mae wantedwuz church with the voices, the Calvacade Lincoln Estates, Magnolia f 290B Fairfax StreetUpbolstirj

to get her hooks on that compensation check pastor Rev. A. Ander- a Singers, under the direction Garden Ribauli .

Duck get every month. An' all he wanted wuz to son and officers in of nationally Heights and Washington

get his,hands on that deed to her rooming house. charge.The b+0'v knorn musical director Heights areas have been Fibre Seat Coven lolling plttt

Love didn' have nothin' to do with that hitch- junior usher board A Prof. E. Clifford Davis, extended a special Invitation $ 12.SQ S 69.50
ing..." will sell fish at 1534 will present a recital to attend this

,yove don't have nothin' to do with MOST hitching Madison Street Satur- W"C Monday night at 8 o' Christ-centered Sunday All Leather seat covers. Clear Pleat
day. The junior choir School and Church.
clock in St. Stephen AME
Yippee argued. "Folks is gettin' married $ 33.50 $ 22.50
will meet at 5:30 p.m.
these day for prof it.My wife woulda never marriedme Church.
for rehearsal. Dinners The musical c is one of
back in 46 if it wasn for my musterin'out carpet RQsdlinders
will be mId all day at
pay I got from service. Yove an' yoot mean the the activities beings _asthma $ 29.50 $ 22.50
322 W. First St. with
same thing now'days." He grabbed hold of the ISADORE SINGELTON pons cred by St. convertible Topping

bottle and gave it a pretty heavy tilt into his Miss G. Floyd in charge. Communitywide! Honors Stephen's wen leadingup *agony... $ 44.95
effort is interestof
The to the Oct. 28 annual
cup."I the organ drive. Prominent leaders In Women's Day observance. Dr. Guild' Open 9, a.m. 7 p.m. daily
ain' goin' for that McNasty contradicted, Green Mountain
Service Sunday will be- a 11 walks of life Under Prof. Davis' di- CIGARETTES OR COMPOUND
rescuing the bottle from Yippee's boney grasp.
gin with the Sunday gathered In Mt. Arara i
rection, the Calvacade
"Love is one thing an' loot is another. You can ,
School at 9:30 a.m. with Baptist Church Thursday Singers were organizedthis
luck up on some loot without bavin any. But you
Deacon E. Sawyer Mrs. night, Oct. 27 to honor summer at Taber-
sure got to bring some love to get some. nKTOw w {
H. Williamson and Mrs.S. business-civic leader Church
nacle Baptist
"Been people I know who made it on fishhead
r
Fedd in charge. Isadore Singleton with
Rev. W.E. Young pastor.
sandwiches an' soda-pop until th' loot came. But Sahara Clu
Mo-fa ing worship at 11, an Appreciation pro- Although its membership
th' only reason why they made it was because they
All choirs
$
BTU P.m. gram.
had love for each other. Loot might need love Tasty Bar-B-Que Ribs
and usher boards will The event was sponsored
but love don' need loot. What ya got to do is _: :
serve at each service by the 2-C Princinct Chicken Pork
bring a if expect a poun.' Thas all r.IROF. .
poun ya with Mrs. Delia Huntington Precinct Club. A .
love is. ." He critically measured the bottle in charge of music. Hon. John E. Matthews Dancing, FridaySaturdaySunday'Music

with his eyes. Pallbearers State Senator from Duval ti
"I don' know nothin' bout that," Yipee said, UrgedTo County, was the princi- i By The Stereophonies
'There ain' time in the worl'
negatively. no Attend FuneralMrs. pal speaker and was introduced -
for yove, thas all I know. People stepp in' so
fass tryin' t'beat'each other outa somethin,' dent. of Ella PallbearersNo. Rust, presi- Other by program J.L. ChatmanJr. participants Specializing i I i i IB Catering Service

and; worryin' bout th' atom-bomb, an' th' Russiansan' 18, is requestingthat included" ; Private Parties Large and Small

th Cubans an' homosexarality an' tryin' to all members--in City councilman John

hit th' numbers an' worryin' bout gettin' yaid uniform--meet at the Lanahan, Mrs. Marie Open B p.m. 5 a.n. daily N

off on th' job an' a whole yotta more things. .
Lodge rooms Saturday Singleton Mrs. A.L. 5231 NEW KINGS RD. CALL EY 4-3236 ....
ain' time for he concluded.
jes no no yove Oct. 6 at 3:30 p.m. to Fleming, E.J. Norman
"People is Jes too busy." mot oread?i from FourthSt. Frank Hampton, Ran ford (Hear 20th St. Expressway) 5

"People is jes too tight-hearted, maybe," and Myrtle Avenueto Brown, Robert pettiford,
CHARLIE ALSTON
McNasty replied. 'An'' tight-fisted too, an' attend the funeralof James Genwright and R. E. CLIFFORD DAVIS ,

tight-nosed an' tight-eyed an' tight-jawed. But Brother Louis Selph. V. Daniels, all of whom .To Direct Recitalis M gr.
alia that don' change what love is. is here
Love at First Born Temple.BOB represented bus mess, mostly comprised of
in th' worl' Jes like trouble. There ain' nothin' religious, civic and -
Tabernacle Baptistmany
t people can do about it." fraternal organizations.
of the Calvacade
"Well, there's mighty yittle yove yeft in th' Mrs. N. Walker was mis-

worl' from what I can see," Yippee observed, tress of ceremonies: Mt.Singers Tabor are and members Shiloh of BlENDED WHISKY, 86 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. 1962. SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO. N.Y.C.

after draining his cup. : Rev. D.J. Graham, pastor and LtaulL
Bsptist Churches r
Uho tole you you can see?'' MCNasty wanted to scripture and benedic- several area Methodist
know. It's a fact You can't buy better tion: Russell W. Robin- churches.
headache powders even at dou- Make'em
Toots Harris had fallen asleep, and his mouth ble the price! son, occasion: Mrs.C. Prof. Davis is general
had fallen open, and he was snoring In a soft, Banks, solo; selections musical director of the

even key that somehow: had the sound of comfort Mt. Ararat's National Baptist (Conven

to it. Choir and Young peoples tion Inc., the General Tasty !

"people need love more than love need people, Choir: 'Mrs. L. pOwell.acknowledgements Baptist Convention Stateof

betcha that" McNasty remarked pouring himself 1 1 1b ; A. Florida, and the pro- l

;, a drink. Bravo, presentation of gressive Baptist Associ-

f 'An' they need yoot more'n they need yove honoree. ation of Georgia. He has r

too,"Yippee Insisted reaching for the bottle... Mrs. Bessie Smalley. been director of the
1.i Mrs. Fletta White A. National Baptist Con, pc-p- ,
HSBS BEAUTY SHOP 2307 NMCIIKF MAD Bravo Mrs. Ola Harden vention' s 1000-voice

Specializing In Mrs. Hortense Neal, Mir,.i and Mrs. Olivia Williams choir for the past 33 r C 1
Special rates .Other o Aerators awards; Mrs. Agatha P. l''ears. .
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for School 5ll| to serve you ItS. Williams, president of !
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Coliseum Fullmer TigerTille Slates Face Rattlers Here Nov.24 SPORTING IT UP Title Bout Set For ColiseumDICK



TelecastThe BY C. PAWl JOHNSON


Coliseum announced WELL, TODAY THERE IS A NEW HEAVYWEIGHT boxing

this week that it will champion and it can be assured that he won the.

present on Tuesday Oct. ;';; .. title by fighting. The title was handed to him

i i 16th,' the closed-circuit 'dr r by some organization for some noteworthy ac-

telecast of the Inter- complishment. The new champion didn't win through
t
national Middleweight elimination boutsk he didn't get it by someone I

Championship between r4 i T who claimed the championship, but he won it from
Champion Gene Fullmer -4 y one who was the recognized boxing champion of the h

and Dick Tiger of world. Sonny Liston, who came up by way of the

Nigeria,. the Challenger, rough and tumble, mastered the art of protecting
I direct from Candlestick himself and using his fists to the best advantageis

Park. San Francisco.Bill now the man on the long end of the purse _

E Lavery, manager of I J string.IT .
_
the coliseum, said he t IS THE OPINION OP THIS COLUMN that Sonny

has arranged with LMM Liston will be champion for a long long time. it

Productions to Join a is the candid opinion of this column that Liston

network of theatres and a would make a better minister than a prize fighter. _

arenas in the United The sermons that could be delivered by Liston

States and Canada. would be from actual experiences. When it comes
.
There will be no home < P 4 to pointing out the pitfalls of life, the wrong

television of the 15- steps, the penalties that await the. offenders,

round international the readjustments to society after the public

championship. Lavery TStfS CAPTAINS---Willie Floyd (right) and Charles Green are Captain and co gets down on you and starts riding you. The voiceof

emphasized that the captain respectively, of the powerful Texas Southern university football team Sonny Liston could be like one crying in the rx

large screen closed- which meets Fla. A. and M. University Rattlers Saturday night, Nov. 24 in the wilderness. What he knows about life and its con-

circuit telecast will Gator Bowl in the revival of the former Gateway Classic. TSU opened its '62 tributions to mankind was not the experiences of

enable patrons to see season recently with a win over strong Southern U. of Baton Rouge, La. another man writing in a book, but one who was
the action more clearly actually fighting his own battle and winninghis

than will: ringsiders at own knowledge of things. t4
Fla. Normal I-_:
the San Francisco ball Launches Plan WHATEVER THE LIFE OF LISTON WAS IN THE PAST and .

park. Jinny Murdock w ill whatever his background was,he is now the'Heavyweight -
i promote the entire, Boxing Champion of the World" and he is TIGER crack Nigerian lightweight, is under-
evenings activities. For Football's 1963 ReturnST. going intensive training for his Oct. 16 title
that with no strings attached to it. If a man
is bout with world lightweight champion Gene Full-
Special equipment
has lived a rough and notorious life and had a
being installed and wire AUGUSTINE -- The Team Development.com- chapters and designated mer. The 15-round match wilo be shown on the big
desire to forget it, it is really a problem to
arrangements completed National Alumni Association mittee along with the alumni representatives.The screen Closed Circuit television at the Jack-
do so because there is always those who rejoicein
for the big screen tele- of Florida president and executive first phase of the one's sonville Coliseum. There will be no home tele-
throwing the past in face and lettinghim
cast which will beginat Normal and industrial secretary are: Thomas alumni's campaign will vised showing.
know that he was not a perfect Sunday School
9:30 p.m. local time. Memorial College has W. Brown of St. Augustine terminate on Nov. 17.
scholar, did not sing in the church choirand Florida Normal President PuryearIn
completed plans to laun ; Mrs. Margery S. By. this time the organi- s
10 Rabbis JailedIn did not contribute to the general welfare of the
ch a campaign in orderto Johnson of Hawthorne A- zation is expecting suf-
Georgia, Cited raise sufficient Malcolm Jones of ;St. icient donations to community Now what de you expect him to do? First AddressST.
Sonny has given his word that he is determinedto
TALLAHASSEE Police funds to return inter- Augustine; Dr. Von D. field a team, by 1963 AUGUSTINE "Edu
straighten up and lead a good life. ..to fight evitably many frustrated
have tightened patrolsin collegiate football at Mizell of Fort Lauder- with enough left to / cation for world Re- Asian and African
the battle of life on a clean basis. He has
the Negro section the .institution by 1963. dale; William Pattersonof finance the entire cost sponsibility" was the
leaders will look
given his promise, and all he asks is a chanceto to
here since last weekend The announcement was Kissimmee; Lewis for intercollegiate title of the annual
made this week by JohnL. football for at least prove it and then everytime he picks up a Moscow with a mixture
rockthrowIng
following a Redmond of Green cove address made by Presi-
fear and
awe
newspaper somebody is throwing it in his face, ex-
Jackson, executive five
incident during Springs; Damon Selmoreof years. dent R. W. Puryear at pectation.A .
It is either they don't believe him don't
which three white per- secretary and Otis W. Fort Myers and Waymon Persons interested in or the first assembly pro- third convulsion is
Knowles, president of want him to straighten up. it may be that theydon't
sons in a car was in- Selmore of Riveria Beach information concerningthe gram of the 1962-63 taking place on the
have anything to write about.IT .
jured. the alumni association, Sub-committees and campaign to return college year at Florida mainland of China,
MATTERS NOT HOW MUCH THEY THROW his back-
who also stated that a up
Ramsey Carswell, laughter groups are being formedin intercollegiate footballto Normal and Industrial where another Communist
ground and talk about his past, they are not able
Football Team Develop- should
of U. S. Dist. judge various sections of FNIMC writeor Memorial College. state has emerged
ment Committee has already to deny the fact that he is still the Heavyweight as
contact John '
Harrold Carswell, was the state under the L. Jackson The next ten years the potentially greatest
cut on the right knee been formed and is leadership of local care of the college. champion of the world. If the State of New York will be decisive years force in the Eastern
in action. The two recognizes the title, even though they would not
by a rock when the car of our century Dr. world. Above and beyond
in which she was riding alumni officials, also FAMU Prexy'sDaughter Jaion Awarded give him a chance to fight there, they will have Puryear said." indeed the geographic areas of
indicated that several to recognize the championship. if the State of
stopped for a traffic this decade may deter- revoluntary change isa
light and was stoned by hundred dollars have Finishes Silver tars New York fails to look upon Liston as the Heavyweight mine whether we are to whole new world of

a shouting crowd of Ne- been received thus far Doctorate StudyTALLAHASSEE Champion, it would be quite expedient for have a future or only a scientific and tech -
groes. from alumni members who them to produce their champion and let him fight past.In .
nological change that
Ronnie Perkins and Kay are endorsing the much -- Miss the recognized champion. The perfectly clean this decade of deci- staggers the Imagination.

Woodham, companions of discussed issue. Pearl M. Gore Dansby, record of the state, a state with no crime, tht sion it is our task to ,
'Ul&a'' Carawellj were also Serving on The Football 'daughter of presidentand state with all of its purity could not afford tc prepare our young men

struck by the barrage of Wears Oak Leaves Mrs. George W. Gore have its perfectly clean record blurred with sucha and women for the utterly ,

A stones. Jr. Florida' AMA: University record as that of Sonny Liston fighting there. new kind of world r

According to the three, has just passed It matters not whether the champion ever fights in which they willfie

they were taking a shortcut her final dissertationoral In New York, he is still the unquestionable Kingof living and whose des

through the French- examinations for I the Heavyweights.WELL tinies they will helpto

town Negro section when the Ph.D. degree in WHATEVER IS SAID AND DONE, there are those guide, he warned,

the incident occured. clinical psychology at ", \ .Jc who believe a man can change. There are those whoa During the course of

Tom Feamster, driver of the Ohio state University \ e perfectly willing to give a man a chance to his address, Presi-

the car, said that he M Y. acc crding to information ZAMA (TO. U.S. ARMY prove himself. The peculiar thing about peopleis dent mentioned and emphasized -

didn't think the rock- received here JAPAN) -- An Army officer that as long as it is the other fellow, they several re-

throwing was directed v.i recently. The degree from Jacksonville will get down on him and ride him. The average voluntionary whirlwinds w

r particularly at them. will be conferred official Florida. First Lieutenant person is not concerned about the other fellow. sweeping the face of

'ftny car which happened 4 / By at the December Robert C. Arnold, 25 With all that can be said about the champion, the earth. such forces

along might have suffered 14th Convocation. was advanced to his none can say that be has ever been sentenced to according to presi-

like treatment," PROMOTED Capt. Willie Miss Gore left immediately present grade recentlyat the electric chair, gas chamber or the gallows dent Puryear Include

he said. E. Jenkins, assistant for Champa gn- Headquarters, U. S- and had his sentence commuted to life imprison- "The revolution of BOBBY MITCHEtL

Capt. Wayne Todd of the professor of military Urbana, Ill, where she Army Japan, at Camp ment and then paroled. Whatever the charges rising expectations"the -- ...Spearheads Upset

Tallahassee police department scb ace at Florida A&M! will take over her Zama, some 35 miles werehe was either or served his timethus paying political, social, INDIAN RAMPAGE --

said the incident University, was recently duties as assistant pro- southwest of Tokyo. his debt to society. He is not a fugitive from economic and cultural Washington Redskins'

was the latest of promoted to the rank of fessor of psychology at Arnold parents, Mr. and Justice NO one seems to be hunting him but movement that is now sparkling halfback Bobby

such weekend occuranees, major. He is a nativeof the University of Mrs. Mathew Arnold live autograph seekers or business concerns who would lighting the hopes of Mitchell aided his team-

in the NE'UO.ectlon.. -_Petersburg._ Va. Illinois. Her experience at 2068 West 14th like to have the endorsement of the champion, for millions of people in mates in upsetting the

prior to receiving the Street Jacksonville, their products. The man has asked for a chance to Asia Africa and Latin powerful Cleveland

WHEN YOU ARE ILL degree includes internships Florida.The prove ,he is a changed man and that he desires to America.A Browns Sunday when he
You Seek The Best Doctor at the institutefor new 1st Lt. is pre be a credit to the championship. Why not give second force is the off a thrilling tripped

When Your Doctor prescribes juvenile Research in sently assigned to theU. him this chance? Because he is not your son, hard reality of Soviet 50-yard pass catching
Get Experienced Pharmacists Chicago Emma Pendleton S. Army security and how rapidly
brother sister power
your or son, or somebody else play for a TD in the
/ .According to Your Doctor's Bradley Home, Providence Agency, pacific. this nation has risen
i who is so close to you that you could feel the final two minutes of
Orders. We Use Only Rhode Island, The Veterans Arnold arrived in japan from a second-class
pinch, you are not willing to give the other fel- play to outbid his
The Best Quality DrugsDr. Administration during August nation to inductrial
(1961) low the chance he asks without continually washIng an former companions by a
C. E. BlackProprietor Hospitals at Chillicothe from Fort Devans, his face with his record. it matters not sad military giant. In- 17-16 tally.

and Cincinnati, Ohio. Massachusetts He entered what is said about Sonny Liston, he is still the II

3 REGISTERED 1HARHACISTS TO SERVE YOU During the summer Miss the Army at Fort heavyweight champion of the world.
Gore became the brideof Banning Ga., in March
Jacksonville, Bears, tidward Waters, Bethune-
A COMPLETE LUG OP William A. DansbyJr. 1961. Cookman and Benedict Colleges, the Florida A. and
a teacher in the His wife Myrtle Jea-
Cosmetics < Rubber Goods Candies Snndrlei M. University Rattlers and Matthew W. Gilbert,
Ft. nette, presently resides -
Wayne, Ind. public
PRESCRIPTIONS CAIZflD FOB AND DELIVERED Douglas Anderson, New Stanton, Duval Vocationaland
School at 117 Logan St.,
system. is
He a
Northwestern High Schools, football fans need
Lilly's Drug Store graduate of Morehouse in Tuskegee Institute, not have any: dull moments. If it is football you
Atlanta Ga. and has Alabama.A .
want, it is here in abundance. All one has to do i.i 1.
pursued graduate studyat. 1954 graduate of the
and out there. Edward Waters _
Matthew W. Gilbert High is get ready get
the
1907 KINGS ROAD tt 3-8275 Indiana.University of School, Jacksonville, has played two games here'already and now the

Fla., Mitchell attendedthe eyes of the fans are turned toward the game
Send or Bring Your News Tuskegee Alabama between the Bethune-Cookman College and Benedict

la To The Institute for 5 years teams.

FLORIDASTAR obtaining a Bachelor of BETHUNE-COOKMAN AND BENEDICT MET in the Gator

1 1k Science Degree in 1960. Bowl last year and everyone remembers what a ..
He is a member of the thriller that was. The two well-coached teams

National Honorary with their established rivalry records is an

Main Office & Plant Soceity of the Pershini assurance that whatever the fans will be lookingfor 1 1j
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2323 MONCRIEF RD ni.ROYAL. teams meet this season. Neither school will object l
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OLD FASHIONED' 515 DAVIS STREET season is over, but wrestling is still with us,

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Saturday afternoon's Tullis passed ,for a 'S
opening of the 1962 grid _;
brace of 2-TD's. Hen- _
season for the National
writt Dixon, 215-pound
Champion Fla. A&li fullback
ground out -
Rattlers against hapless 1 d
sufficient
yardage to 01x
Benedict College of
setup several other Ttf s
Columbia S. C. ended, as x
while scoring one, on his
undoubtedly predicted, -
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by a devastating 60-0 The Rattlers entertain t k I7)MIt

score. Lincoln University here +! r r

The Saturday session Saturday afternoon. I I I
gave wily Coach Jake s A

Gaither a. first hand opportunity Dove Hmitiiiiluformatioi A r i; 4i
dR -a
to witness his K
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veritable wealth of

charges in action on one
hand while he preps.his Is Released k

Blood, Sweat and tears _'_
LAKE CITY Dove hun-
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trimunv rate far the ters in Northeast ; S. ______
acid test his teams face Florida will have an LI y0. 4 b'

during the.ir fourth opportunity to bunt

through tenth games' of doves on managed fields

the season. By that during the dove season, .
time, the Rattlers will according tOrtf.N.. cly- GATORS VS GATORS will go on display here Saturday night, Oct. 13 In the Gator Capt. Robert Fennell, quarterback, Quincy, Fla. starters shown in (Photo

be geared to bring their more, Regional Manager, Bowl when fighting elevens representing Bethune-Cookman and Benedict Colleges right) are: Dailey, Fennell, Johnny Bines, halfback Ft. Lauderdale; Timothy

third straight national Game and Fresh Water clash in, the revival of the annual Jacksonville Classic. Benedict s offensive Lane, guard, Quincy; Ulysses Highsmith, quarterback West Palm Beach; King

title to FAMU's hallowed Fish Commission. backfield (photo left) are from left: Henry Fields, fullback, Columbia, S. C.; Range, halfback, Quincy; Isaac Jones, end, Ft. Pierce; Pete Ware, guard Ft.

sports hall. The fields, located in Wendell, halfback, Ocala, Fla.; Samuel Croner. wingback, Clinton, S. C.; and Pierce.Kneeling is head trainer Raymond juna of Fort Lauderdale.

The Gaither men s tight Gilchrist and Suwannee -. .. s -

defense blended with Counties, will be open Pepsi" Cola Salutes Net ChampionsCHAMPIONS Famed Sebring Coaches Rate tight Negroes

powerful scoring thrusts for bun ting each satur-

didn't allowed Benedictto day and Wednesday during Auto Races I

penetrate past their the entire threephasedove

own 50-yard marker. season.A Dates Set As, All-American Candidates

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Benedict gained a paltry special $2.00 dove 1AI t EtA a'r itf, -- --- -- -
SEBRING Alec Ulmann
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season.
; 12 total yards x RADNOR. Pa. -- Eight president and head coach
on hunting permit is -
required
Director and organizerof at Duke. Bob Bell of Shelby N. C
Negro players from seven
the ground and failed ,in addition to the internationallyfamous
to 'click on 6-pass colleges were among 47 Iowa contributed a high Speedster tackle for
regular' license requirements -
attempts. 12 HOUR ENDURANCE gridiron stars named of two players, Capt. Rose Bowl winner Minne
permits, 4 RACE held here each
1962 All-America favoriti Larry Ferguson, break- sota.
Spearheading
FAMU'soffense
valid for only one day
spring announced
today es today by the away halfback from Madi- Charlie Mitchell
were Robert of hunting will be Issued
that the 1963 Sebring American Football son, ill., and elusiveend Washington's scat halfback -
Paremore who raced fora
from the Game and s, race would be held Coaches Association.The Cloyd Webb of East from Seattle, who
pair of TDs and
a Fresh water Fish Com- s
Saturday, March 23rd blue-ribbon list St. Louis Ill. Penn gained 529 total-offense
mission, P.O. Box 908
with supporting races was announced in the State, Minnesota, yards in 1961.
Successful SeasonED Lake City, or sold at
on Friday March 22nd
,
current issue (Sept. 22) Washington southern Ben Wilson, bulky full-
the fields. There will
1963. of TV Guide magazine by California Syracuseand back from Houston. Tex.,
be no limit as to the k ,
'WPyS W Ulmann also
confirmed Bill Murray association New Mexico state who was the workh arseif
number of permits sold
that the 12 HOUR RACE had one each. Southern California'
r 1
for these fields. Hun- would be the only race All Time Mark The coaches association running attack last sea-
ters over 65 will be issued -
in the United States which has a membershipof son.

free permits. offering points and more than SOD will John Mackey of Freeport.,

The Douglas and Caraway awards in the Challenge. pick the 73rd annual N.Y. speedster end, who
located
fields three
are ALL---The scene is Central State Col- Mondial Division of the
All-America, originatedby set a Syracuse record in
miles west of High lege, Wilberforce, Ohio where the American Tennis
in Gilchrist International big four Walter Camp, after 1961 with 321 yards on
-; Springs Association's National Championship was re- of the racing circuitsof
pass
Coudty. Since these viewing films of 1962 receptions.tJames
fields are located close cently held. Seen from left to right are: Dr. the world. Targa games. The selectionswill (Preacher) pilotof

together, the same per- Hubert Eaton Pres. A.T.A.; Arthur Ashe, winner- Florio, Italy Nurbur- be announced in the Kingsville Tex., Net

mit can be used on mens singles; Wilbur, Jenkins, runner-up; Dr. gring, Germany and thecounte'rpart Dec. 1 issue of TV Mexico state halfback

either field. Charles Wesley, Pres. Central State College who of the 12 Guide. The first team whose 138 points and

The Collins field is presented the trophies which were donated by Hour Race, the 24 Hoursof will appear on the Ed 1,278 yards set national

and Hill, Senior Le Mans, With scoring and ground-
CHARLES located five miles Pepsi-Cola Co. Macoo runner-up France. Sullivan show Sunday,

...Star KC Third Sicker northeast of Branford in mens singles and program director for the event. the present qualifications ( Dec. 2.Ferguson. gaining paces in 1961

Suwannee county. A Mr. Ashe, a sophomore at U.C.L.A. and memberof of the F.I.A., G.T r was sidelined his sophomore year.

ED CHARIZE. former lax separate permit will be its championship freshman tennis squad, is cars will again- be P with a twisted knee in

Braves Star infielder, Issued for this field. also the first and only Negro nominated to the awarded points for manu 1961 but had a 7.3 yard Watch This Qmvn

returned home Monday Hunters should state U. S. L. T. A.'s junior Davis Cup team. facturers. rushing average in 1960. 17 49 __ 86

after having completedan which field they plan to' 4" Webb is a fleet wingman 157..55.319 .
-
outstanding first hunt when writing for who snared 25 passes for 6 7

year as third baseman their permit. The name Colorful Spectacle Planned 426 yards and four touch -,
with the Kansas City o \ 6
of the field ,will be downs as a sophomore
Athletics. Charlie stuped on each permit last season. 6 P 3
finished the season witha For BethuneBenedict ,
issued.A The six players are:

290-batting average map with the loca- MAURY WILLS second sac- Dave Robinson, huge 25 50 99

p 17 hometuns and 20 tions of the fields and ker with the L.A. Dodgers Penn state end from 113 ,_ 72 244

stolen bases. He in- complete dove field October 13th Classic broke Ty Cabb' s Morrestown. N.J who 4ometimei: en 01|
dicated that he
pro- regulations will be all-time major league was picked to shrug off ri omrtitnee he's down
bably won't play winter mark De add. subtracts
of 96 stolen bases and makea
mailed with each 1961 injuries
ball this per- Colorfully revived here thrilling 25-19 tally, He works It all around
year. it. Rattlers of FAMU. last week and now holds strong bid for foot-
last year when Bethune- of the traditional -
L. sponsors However, the Tigers, the record mark of 103 ball immortality this Coming Attractions

COOkman's Wildcats edged BethuneBenedictannual schedule-wise, will be ills also broke the 19.O5FACTORYFRE.__ 131 _. 95
Benedict's Tigers by a classic here Oct. t---
in the rol d of underdogs National League recordof
13 promise a far bigger
when the South Caro- 80.
Grid HopefulA and better

year. climaxing spectaclethis a McCl linians air en's face wildcats Coach Cy A & T's 1962 'MORt POWER TO YOU !r

colorful array of planned here for the
Oct. 13 Football Slate
iM ra&
events, the
game
SHx
contest since the Day-
gets underway at ocr. 13--Maryland State
8 p.m. ton ians will again have
in the Gator Bowl. on hand their great way. ELgin 4-4508

Bemoaning the return of 20--Winston-Salem
4 'wy
passer Bobby Frazier a
only two lettermen from Teachers Away. AUTOMOTIVE
sophomore, who is already MARINE DIESEL
last year's eleven OCT. 27--Morgan state
rated one of thegame' *
Benedict s Coach Willie Homecoming.
s stop flingers. SOUTHWAYBATTERY
t S tSf (Hoss) Bracy placed his NOV. 3--Fla. AMI Unlvers -

charges in the role of i ty. Away.' MFG.
Cited CORP.
'little Champ NOV. 10-Virginia
State.
STRONG contender for David: when he FOOT OF WEST ADAMS
the post ,of fullback on scheduled the Tigers in Home

Kansas U' s jayhawkers a season's opener with NOV. 22--NOrth Carolina,

grid eleven powerful Graobling, a Away. L ., ,' ;'
this seasonis \ ; 'o'x .. ;/ ;'
1'jfJ' !" ::r'-;
Frank Brown. Arkansas following week's setto

City, Kas. flyer who was with Morris Brown and wtset FAMU's 1962 :J
sidelined all last season the third game this year CLOSED CIRCUIT ,'> ,-,' GENE
7t TEUCAST : =
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with the
with knee rampaging
a injury. DIRECT,.RON" FULLMER
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Schedule UJIIUST1CK 'AIK ,'
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Tou Don't Have to Go to Town to GetS CHAMPION

Benedict COllege Home

LOW PRICESOn Ont 6 j S.
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INTERNATIONALMIDDLEWEIGHT
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We Are Now Tour Morris Atlanta Brown College, CHAMPIONSHIP .

DAVEY MOORE

Equipped To.. .. DRUG STOlE NEEDS ...Gets Ring AwardlORLD'S 20BethuneCoon -
Daytona --
Featherweightchaap rji ----
Triii Tbe IIIItIk.M Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store. Davey Moore fresh 0 CT. 27 NO NOME DICK
t WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADVERTISED IN TOUR
from a successful title Tennessee state HomeNOV. j T.V. ,(
LOCAL PAPERS defense over ollie Maekl 3 TIGER _

We Deliver-fe Also Pill All Doc tors'Prescriptions in Findland, was prompt- \ AftT College Hoaecooing TUESDAY MIGHT ,,,; .
Jacksonvillebarber I
OCTOBER 16!!!
ly CHALLCNGKft
awarded the Fighter NOV. 10
PISS
Dixie Pharmacy of the Month" award by Allen University, 3 LIVE BQXDfO HATCHES

the Ring Magazine, the Columbia S. C. Featuring Colored White Boxers..Starts at 8 D...

College Inc. bible of boxing: Moore NOV 17 COLISEUM

who has defeated all Southern University
1312 Kills At* at Myrtle Anw
i serious title threats, Baton Rouge La. Tkktt MW M sal:at CeIi.... a.4 c........ D..at..Iit

6. I. Apevnl 1H% ft Cut ,.. EL 5-5587-88 is planning on moving NOV. 24 Tkktt Offk. HtmmiNg Park
Gen l.'Ada.$2.00-Reserve Boze.S3.00-IIDslde.lf.OO
up into the lightweight Texas Southern U. .

630 DAVIS ST.. at Beaver PAY YMM lIlT, ATB AND division with a possible Jacksonville, Fla. T......AU. _.TAXU....,t.INCt... Ace.....

championship bout with DEC. 8 Pkea Celiieum 354-204
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By "jay J J" I to p : CoMViies Oct. 23-28 l IH Jax To Meet Challenges

East Florida and
Bethany Baptist Associa-
George Johnson,
formerly of
Jacksonville
and nowa TALLAHASSEE -- County
very successful deejay In Philadelphia spent a t Q will convene its 69th annual session with. and home demonstration

few days in town. George has won acclaim in Phil- 1 Baptist Church Oct. 23-28. agents of Florida were

ly as "Sir Lancelot, Knight of the Airwaves.'* theme is The un- leaders expected, to at- told to meet the challenge -
He spiels over the ether a line of jive deliveredwith task of the tend are Mrs. H.B. brought about 1

a ,very broad English accent. a g with speakers to Miller senior women's through recent trends in '
The boys at Matthew Gilbert ran into a very I aMtnlsa. ss the theme and president, and G. W. agriculture and home
peculiar situation down in Daytona the other Tualars the sermons. The Scott president of the economics by Dr. M.O.
night. it rained every time Gilbert had the ball. will begin with Sunday School Depart Watkins director, r
When the Daytona team had the ball, the rain program to be ment. S.M. Davis is Florida Agriculture Extension -
stopped. of course, Daytona won. f e t by the host president of the Laymen Service. Gaines-
Al Wise was recently given a surprise birthday Tuesday night. s Brotherhood.The ville.
W.M. Hill mo-
brunch by members: of the STAR staff after the meeting will close The agents were attending -
will the
paper went to bed.The little man was left speech- .. open Sunday with a mass their annual con-
less for once in life. i. R1; Wednesday meeting at 3 p.m.; ference held recentlyat
'.. 9 a.m., at which time
It was happy birthday for Mary Singleton two ifiiiIit :! (i-' parent body will be- Florida A&M Uni-
weeks ago. She would not tell her age but just versity. The theme for
SHOWING but a small portion of its vast parking area, the Value Super- the official day. PATRONIZEStar the five-day confab was
sat back and received all compliments.J. .
will be in
located at 1812 Cassat Avenue is providing a much needed service to women Meeting the Challenge
C. Holland is
back in circulation. We saw his
'political all Florida area shoppers.' An experienced and courteous staff of personnel on Thursday with Advertisers Through Extension
buggy plastered with signs readyto Johnson.
roll hand at all times to assist each customer with their particular M.T. T '
parked on his porch. Tis a funny thing. women president,
Florida Star
problems. ( t
The politicians on the other side of the tracks during the

will never learn. They call up all of the sup- Simpson!! Metfcodist Links Han St. Paul and Mrs. M.K. LILLY'S DRUG STOREA
posely vote getters and think that they will de- or Mrs. Roberta
liver. I hope they take a good lode at the number Plans Dual Deal Women s Day Hall in charge during CosnpMa Lit ei COSMETICS
of votes cast in the special election, first Second Xmas junior women's ses-
October 28th GOODS CANDIES SUNDRIES
primary and the second primary. They will see Day Mrs. Lucille P. in the afternoon. RUBBER

that many of the professional "votegetters"hardly The men and woman of Cards Sal has been Ushers and Lawman's Prescriptions C&d for ad Dead

delivered their own vote. Simpson Methodist Church NOT YORK creator of general chairman M.K.
Ri 3-8216
Certain persons are taking delight in dragging Rev. Joshua Recc Red- the unusual holiday Mesdames Marian and G. W. Walker 1901 KillS EL

members of the teaching profession through the dick minister will observe greeting card. selectedby and Claudia presidents
mud these days. They should not be too surprisedif "Dual Deal" the Links, Inc. for co chairman for be in session Fri-
they see some of their remarks again around Oct. 28. Chairman for their organization's nual Women s Day The Modarator
the 30th of October. They should realize that the women is Miss Doro- 1962 Christmas card campaign servance which will convene in the

the smears are not on just a few Negro teach- thy Lang wraith Mrs. described his place Oct. 28. it at which time See
W.M. Hill will de and Hear
ers but are being directed at us as a group. Tis Gladys Hooker and Mrs. concept of the designas been announced. 1111
also funny how these righteous crusaders stay so Theresa Aaron co- embodying not only his annual address
silent when these terrible persons are ,appointedyet chairman.The the traditional spiritof Bishop F. election till be Ray CharleF"and
Combined program
raise holy nick when they begin anew to do w. men will have peace on earth a8)ngmen Arrives In
the same things they have been doing, before they charge of the. Church of good will but be. presented his
became teachers.The School anlc morning.ser also symbolizing the
best fight did not take place at the Coli- vice. Mrs. Tressie Hagen mounting universalsignificance To Begin Young People and Great Recording Concert*
U children's group
seum Tuesday night. We saw a no-hold-barred fight will be guest soloist. of that
to the finish on the corner of Ashley and Jefferson Music will be furnishedby new depth of feeling p% have charge during and
that was better than the title bout. The old the woven of the com- among all peoples." morning with reports

adage a good big man is better than a good littleman bined choirs with Mrs. The creator. Elton .C. be heard. in the Dance Orchestraalso

was proven true again. Jesse "Ben Blue" Ruth Durham Myers ser- Fax, noted New York
J. C. Sams will be
Jones was In charge of the wake that was held ving as organist. artist is also widel
for Patterson after the fight. His session was Miss Lang and her co- known as a writer A< pastor. other state

held at the Lenape. Around the Horseshoe Bar at chairman have requestedall caricaturist and lee y.FE. The RaeletsJAX
Manuels, "Devil Chile" and "Bogus" were in women of the churchto turer in the inter- Royal Crown
be present at the national field of human Cola
charge of the post-mortems. 'All in all Ashley
Street was for the good fellow and the quick end weekly meetings which relations. He has been J r COLISEUMOct.

of the fight caused moans and groans. begin promptly at 7:30 for many years a strong $$62,000 In Cash !

Van Jenkins is making' a splash for himself with adherent of the Urban how one family col- 19th
the Jacksonville Bears. The former Douglas Ander- p.m.Two League movement and its

,son and A. and T. College athlete is playing offense Bishops objectives.This .$82,000-- Latest in Fact Cash 8:30: p.m. Until
for the local pro team. Tis aoso stated year The Links a
that former FAMU star Tommy Chandler is one of ,Ar. PromotedBishop nationwide women's MONROVIA Liberia Handbook Laws and of Regula-Social 1km. $3.00 & $3.50

the most respected and popular players on the organization devoted to Bishop Frederick .
before and after
squad. Wonder what happened to Eugene "Stink" George Miller advancing civic and cul- Jordan. AME prelate I
has been made state tural activities in the 65..Warrants Tour Tickets How On Sale
White, the "Archie Moore" of Jacksonvillesports last April was .
bishop of the mother Investigation.Send
circles. best Interests of Negro ferred from the
Ebony Record Shop Buster Ford's'J'
church Kindgom of peace citizens is' contributing $1.00 to Tare
Essie is back her feet. The Episcopal ,
licCray
worker suffered a slipped on disc. She popularrec slippedshe and Biiiiop Bermel M.R. proceeds of its the united States 1910'E. Box 291, jai., Fla. 728 W. Ashley St. 928 E. Union St.
Jones jr. has succeeded Christmas card campaignto
says. the 14th Episcopal -
Bishop Miller and has
Rumors persist that our friend Azzie Lee Mc- the National urban trict embracing
taken over his work. League toward support of Moncrief Drive-In Market
farland has Joined with the Navy to live happily Africa arrived
ever afterwards. Rev. Fnzik W. Jones Jr. its program throughoutthe last week along"with
of 737 Pippin Street is United States
Comments are being invited from all of the wife.
pastor of .the mother 24 hours 45th St. & For Free Delivery
sporting folk as to what is the matter with the Bishop Jordan's
church.
bowling lanes. Seriously, the management would fer to this area of unite Serrice-Pbone
like to know just what do the people of Jackson- WANTED BOYS WANTED Episcopal world a day Moncrief Road PO 5-9287-PO 8.6011

ville want and what does it take to draw their To Sell Florida Star a result of a .
Beauty operators a Barbers ., I
support if you don't sell strong stuff. Newspapers on Southside. conference of A iBS1i
Tis funny how an expert on employment and jobs New Barber Hollywood Beauty a Come to 2117 Wishart St. bishops in C1 G uias I I .-> I

can come to town and spend a couple of days con- .; I or call FL 9-1271 Fla. during the f

ferencing and conferring about job opportunitiesfor of April. -; I
Negroes.But, the expert nor the local bigwigs in addition to '
take time to visit the Vocational High School NEW LOCATION Secretarial Kty WaritdSecretaryTypistGood vising his ... !
and maybe take a looksee at the training facili- Mrs Ethel Mae Johnson work in Liberia.

ties offered for these pore people. moved from 1657 W. 7th St. ''English, Spelling. Business Jordan will aslo .' l.: _.'_ .- = __'.; ____ .
Willie Smith is moving back to the Eastside. to New Hollywood Beauty School grad. Apply minister fRESH
a Barber Lounge, 622 W. 3 Sunday, Florida Nigeria, sierra
The Ashley and Broad store is in the process ,of P.O. CHITTERLINGS $249
being closed. Willie started on the Eastside Ashley; St.-Specializing in Star, 2323 ncrief Roador and Ghana. He will 10 Ibs.

years ago. He is in his old spot at Third and Tinting-Stjllng-Dyeing. write to P. ,o. Box side in Liberia.
..Florida Avenue.JohMie's .. Call EL 4-9'l'l4--EL 3531417Strvicfts 561 No Phone Calls.NIIe Assogned to south INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSI ,'r BATH SIZEZEST
Central Africa 6 n. jar .A4
I
Hotel r"Jacksonville'Anrtneits 1952 to 1956. HERSNEI "J SOAP
TV 'in every room. S Jordan comes as COFFEE
For Reservations Call Sound Service for Ad- Finest" stranger to this SUGAR 4 25
EL 54025M1J4 vertisingDances, Ball 2 Bd Ra Apts.-$11.50 tinent. He has with $5.00 49C 2 bars It
N.ANJacksonville. Games, etc. Also Loud Wkly-Water Furnished- extensively
45 STREET food order ,. "
Speaker Service for Ban Resident Mgr.-2414 San South Africa. 1 io

Florida DRIVE IN QUlts, Concerts, Record Diego Rd.-PL 9-1757 Nyasaland and BRISKET AUTO CRAFT,
HOPS'etc.Phooe El 3-5902 Opposite Douglas Anderson Congo.
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