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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 6, 1956
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 6, 1956
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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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TAMPA William A. Fordham local attorney and president of

the state branch of the National Association for the Advancement of c
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Colored People was arrested recently and charged with improper ..' ?
parking and resisting arrest About 100,000 Negro citizens of Florida are contributing WORKING ON PROJECT Members of the Miss Loyalty Contest" committee at New Stanton

The 36-year-old attorney was| to the'enslavement of the Negro people and are working hand ,I Senior High School are seen above completing plans for the various aspects of the month long activity.

handcuffed and taken to the 1 in hand with hate groups and other factions that are seekingto In the group are left to :right. standing: T. W. Montgomery. Mrs. M. L. Butler. John J. Coleman.Mrs. .

county jail where he was releaseda Bifitry Rapped deny'Negroes of their civil rights and other privileges guar- Marie Cooper. Roden F. Roberts. Seated at the table area Mrs. Estelle B. Lovingood. Mrs. A. H.

short time later under $275 anteed them under the Constitution. Moore. Mrs. Amy S. Currie. Mrs; M. B. Mitchell. Miss L., E. Solomon. Mrs. G. C. Bowens., Mrs. C. S.Roby..MrL.Rufh .

.bond. IsBtctirlsFiredr These Negroes all over F1'rU.ah! are collaborating C. Solomon. Mrs. M. G.Lilly. Miss L. M-Haney.- Mrs. S. P. Butler. .Mrs. Juanita G.'

., .. uU tDff.L..W l :" :' ..>." -* .... -00'Oyer' '""atr"' + the'forrtSthat jJeek'tb/hinder. Uie"'progresso: {colored people Wyatt and Mrs. Mildred J. Hampton. -CROMPTON'PHOTO

--x laud and Zeno Henderson, arrest. BaciallSS1lMonticello by'depriving them of equal justice, the right: \> equal education -

ing officers, reported that Ford. and employment and the right to the same treatment and
ham was double-parked in front accommodation for the fares we pay on public"conveyances Tampa Chest Fund Teen-Age Girl Is VictimOf
The rising tide of be found well 6f them
of NAACP headquarters one may among men as as women, some as
block from the jail, and that they, bigotry which showed itself in i young as 21 years and some. as old as'90 years. Refuses To Drop
Florida in the firing of a white
had run into congestion on several Who are they? Jealous Lover 39Funeral
trips taking prisoners back and health officer for having commit. Urban
forth" etween jail and courthouse led the "sin" of having had lunch They are a lazy, shiftless, indolent lot who.are neglectingtheir League ,

,before they asked him to move his with a Negro nurse while discuss- duty as citizens and are, figuratively, tossing what
car. lag health matters came in for should be their most sacred legacy down the sewer after Despite PressureTAMPA services were' held this week for a 16-year-old girl who

They claim further that Ford- several rounds of criticism this men and women have fought and died to provide them with it. died of a bullet wound inflicted, by a 39-year-old.man described as

ham refused to move his car and week. They are the men and women who have neglected to Unlike the Jackson- her lover. *
struggled with them when they Gov. Leroy Collins termed the register so that they may exercise their right as citizens to ville Community Chest-United Teen-ager Pearlie Mae Higgmsof

told him he would Rave to accompany dismissal of Dr Deborah Cogginswho vote. ..Fund which was pressured by 720 Eaverson Street was pro-
supervises health in Jefferson -' Jackson Will Run nounced "dead on arrival" 'at
thtm to jail on the traf- s local hate groups into withdrawing
and who have
The to
Negro men women registered
and Madison counties "an evilact" Duval Medical Center last Friday
fic charge. .. and added ,that it made hjm vote are the ones who are responsible for the bad living condi- its financial support from the evening after she was allegedlyshot
However according to the attorney's "sick." tions that colored people are forced to live in because city and Jacksonville Urban League the As "Write-In"I in the chest by Grant Bowensof

statement, he admitted Dr Coggins kept the business state officials ignore the needs of our group. They ignore our Greater Tampa United Fund Urban refused 1109 Logan Street.

.double-parking charge, but lunch date with Nurse Ethel needs and are able to pass laws to keep us in social, politicaland to exclude the Tampa According to a police report
"the difficulty stemmed,from League as a participatingagency Ernest D. Jackson, Negro attor-
said economic enslavement because Negroes do not registerand
Kirkland a well-known Jacksonville Bowens became jealous when he
fact that I insisted on being as requested by the Hills- ney who was nominated to the
the vote in large enough numbers to keep anti-Negro city
expert on.mid-wifery. saw his teen-age girl friend talk-
Federation for '
given a ticket and allowed to: and state officials out of office. borough County Justice of Peace post for the Sec
; The ousted doctors' husband Constitutional Government ing to a man in a parked car.
drive car instead of paying a'a ond District only to be thrown
my who practices medicine in Madison After,seeing the raw deal that was given to Ernest Jack- claimed It is reported that when Bow-
it the Ur-
wrecker five dollars to pull The federation out by a series of reverses an-
County upheld her in her ac- son who, won the nomination for Justice ,of Peace and was racial inte- ens saw the young girl talking
_It seems to me that this ban League promoted nounced this week' that he will
.. away. tions and said that the commissiondid thrown out any Negro of voting age: in Duval County who is with the man he walked past
to gration and "engages in political write-in candi
policy of having wreckers move seek election as a
can of capable 'drivers is a not act in a courageous man- not registered to vote can be only considered a traitor? I activity under the guise of social them and went to Mrs. Mary Dan-

racket." ner.Judge Are you registered-It's your duty to register. It's your' work" but the Fund rejected the date.The iels, mother of the victim and
B. Shuman Chairman of Supreme Court upheld the told her he would kill the girtBowens
remind relatives neighbors friends. and
duty to your your your charge of political activity
the Jefferson County Health contribute ruling of Circuit Judge Claude is said to have followed \
It's last chance. The registration office at' 221 East added: "Negroes sub-
the first your Ogilvie that the 1949 legislativeact after
Commission, which was the victim into her house
Adams closes Saturday, October 6, at 5 p: m. stantially more to the United
Jix Mas ,Killed county to give the officer a hear- Fund than the Urban League receives authorizing the Duval County she ended her conversation. He

ng. stated at the hearing that from the United Fund." Commission to change the boun- quarreled with her and left after
"
"lunching with darkies is not very daries of, the JP districts withouta which the bobby-soxer went to

Hakng DeliveryA much,of custom in the South." Sonthside Han Texas Students ed In to Jacksonville the'demands the of hate Chest groups bow- ratifying vote of the people was her mother and told her that

He added that they wire sorry the] unconstitutional. The ruling Bowens had threatened to kill
i event occurred.' Slabbed In RowSaint which termed as "political" state- therefore completely nullifiedTackson's
charge of assault to murderwas Dr. Coggins stated that "Health Protest Picketing ments made by Urban League I nomination. her.The victim returned shortly
placed against Samuel Fus- executive director Lester Grangerat
knows no color boundaries not afterwards and. according to a
sell 39, of 1023 Logan Street, who a press conference. Jackson filed a petition requesting -
... asked Joseph Cuttrell '31, of victim several
when Lamar the
even in the South BEAUMONT Texas Gov. LeRoy Collins to call a witness struck
attacked Thomas Bradford. 28, of Hate groups throughout the
by the Commission why she 1936 Lasco St. was carried to Tech students drew up a petition Duval primary to times with his hand while she
1602 W. 9th Street while he was country have been putting pres- special County
deliveries.last Wednesdayto had lunched with the Negro.. Duval Medical' Center for treat last, Tuesday to protest picketingof the United Fund organizations give the people a chance to vote was on the bed. A few moments
making sure on
The United Church Women 6t ment of knife wounds suffered at the school by a recently organ- and nominate new candidates ,for later a shot was heard and the
Ursban
local department store at the to withhold from the
a the Commission': to the hands of Clarence Stewart of ized '0"-:'_ ro Co seen running to the
Florida asked IUZen s uncs teen-ager was
of Broad and Houston. "IU LIC' '-' League. the JP posts because of the vacan- .
corner reconsider its action according to 2137 Martin Street. F. L. McDonald president of I cies created as a result of the Sri front steps and falL
According to police records the clerk of the County Commission According to witnesses, Willie 'the college, stated that the petition preme Court ruling. Bowens left the scene but later
Bradford,1 was on his job and but the Ku Klux Klan groupin Bell Robinson, girl friend of Cut- i urged the pickets to leave the Young Jaxon Killed ,surrendered to the police. I

after. making his delivery._. 'to the Palatka approved of the Commission trell was asleep in an automobile school and go home and said it Governor ,Collins rejected the She was rushed to Duval Medi-
store ne came out u> get in: ms' s actions. parked in front of 2974 Old Saint was entirely a student activity.A In Row Over Gambling .plea saying there is no legal l I cal Center but was "dead on arrival -
truck.: He was stopped by SamueFussell. Augustine Road when Stewart means of calling a special primary ."
made the remark "J 45-year-old Negro, B. R. Lee, i Duval before
in
who ; came up,and started fondling her. election. County
Roland Benjamin Smith, 25,
was declared innocent of
"
ought to get you right now. Sleeping, SicknessDeatks During. the process of Stewart's chargesof victim In November to name nominees for
abusive filed 1296 W. 20th Street was
Bradford, the victim told him togO familiarity Cuttrell: saw him and language against which out justice of the peace positions. PAIR ELECTROCUTED
him by a white woman picketer. recent argument grew
onhe. was on the job and had told him he did not approve of his
have
i Reported Judge Etheridge'R.., Wright ruled of a-gambling game. Jackson filed a petition to
Bradford
no time to argue As actions and the result of CuttreU'sobjection
the ballot
Smith suffered multiple stab his name appear on
that Lee's language was not abu-
and started toward _
turned his back started. ,
an argument >" '
deadon too failed-
sive. wounds and was pronounced That
his truck,.fusses is allegedto LOUISVILLE, Ky. ,- Nine Stewart was knocked to the
i arrival at loctl hospital, according -
have slashed him in the back. deaths have been reported in this I ground by Cuttrell who got up 'The petition grew out of an incident a ]4]His last hope-that Gov. Collins

Bradford ran back into the store city from Encephalitis, a rare' and went to 2951 Old St. Augus- ,earlier in the week: where to reports.Williams, 1176 W. would nominate him to fill the
Alphonso until Jan. 1 when the newly
doctor. and 80 tine Road home of Jimmie Lee two Negro students were "roughed office ,
and told someone to get a sleeping sickness disease, 22nd Street, was lodged in city
He was carried to Duval Medica other persons have been stricken. Donnell' and got a butcher knife. up" by pickets and preventedfrom jail and held without bond in elected officials take office-

Center where he was treated antreleased. The Louisville-Jefferson County He started walking up the street' attending classes. The next connection with teh stabbing was shattered when Collins play-

The witnesses to the health director, Dr. Maurice until he met Cuttrell and his girl day. however Negroes evaded the which took place in the 3000 blockon ed a hands.off'policy of the nomi-

stabbing were David F. Gibson Kamp, stated that the latest vic friend. a pickets and entered the school. I: North Myrtle Avenue. nees except for the Justice and
Lee Dun-
Moses
1821 Market St and David Moss tim was an 85-year-old; woman' As soon as the two met, another According to reports approximately CHAIRED -
Constable of the llth District. 21, left and Robert Lee
started -' are enrolled in more
resultingin Negroes
119.Broad St who became ill August 19. -argument
.The stabbing was investigated Encephalitis is an inflammationof another fight. While the two i the state-operated school, which FLORIDA STAR Jackson is urging all citizens Cotton 26,, of Gainesville were;

by Sgts. Hv F. Branch. G. C. Star- the brain that usually hits, men were on the ground tussling. was integrated for the first time who believe in justice to remember executed Monday morning several ..

ratt, G. H. Hurlbert and J. M. aider. persons. The .disease is Stewart stabbed Cuttrell in the this fall by court order. The 1 IN EVERY how to spell his name: minutes apart for the alleged,

Parker.' Fussell'".was ,arrested ,t \fisansmitted by mosquitoes:from lower spine.The wound was diag- school's' total'enrollment is' set at- 'COUKEDHOME, rape of a. white woman. (Story on'
Forsyth Street fowls and birds that harbor it. nosed as serious. 5,000. T: ERNEST D. JACKSON Page 5)). ---
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i '7 ;t'THC< FIOHIBA ..STAR -" : I POLITICS: .}AS USUAL


i NEWS BY ERIC O. SIMPSON ,

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!t P.bNsb$ by TN Florida Star HbUM c., ',:' .i ? POOR LAND. COMPETITION FROM SOUTHERN WHITES.

,DRIVE( NEGROES NORTH WHERE JOBS ARE PLENTIFUL.
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far'-I: Maim, A4d su: .
',.... ":.{ P. O. Box 361, JacksMville 1,',FhuideW ',. ,... BUT STILL,-.LOW-LEVEL ,
'I HcI.StiMt, .JacksMvtUt, FierUa" ....... 'lie.!* ..4-3773 i The U. S.Negro is caught in an economic trap which has
dominated:hiS life! ,and had major effect on national population patterns .

alC;O. SIMPSON ... ......_.;:...._.,.._., .. -_, M.*.ai i Elite, r r for ha1f.enturr.. The Southern Negro's fifty-rear struggle to
Ca. .............* } ,.', New Staff get out from under the deadly cycle of poor land competition from

uoor Whites;and poor education told in the September 24 issueof
j Member of Associated Negro ,Press LIFE'Magazine.

Th. ...e' .nrti'nl..........*.. ___ I .

,_ ,- SUftSCftlCTION RATES points 'out that than that in the South. In com
OM "Yeer, $5.00 HaH Yeer, $3.00; ,..,.. Maths, $1.10 since 1900 there t-t parison to the total of &$% of
;MfcW Te YM, All,....,. Im the UftiHd" States. have been two Negroes who rise to become 'man

S&urfiMts Payable !. AaVeace. So4 Checks er Maiey Orders' Tet 'I major Negro s agers officials, proprietors,.craftsmen -
FLG1 A STAR: P. O. lOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA 1 migrations and foremen in.th,'touth.

-large numbers r the figure in the North.is 10%."
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,::if THE FLOBIDA STAR STANDS FOR r have f
the LIFE article says.

,1.:Negro FiranMi. moved entirelyout S. .

*2. Mor. Negro Police Officers.: '. of the r Rep. Charles C. Diggs, able
South and
large
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police.4.More numbers have s> spokesman for labor and civil

and Better Schools and Speeding Up of tha v moved, within rights, is taking the stump on be-

,Building Program. the South, from half of Democratic candidates
Adlai E. Stevenson and Estes Ke-
brti farm to city. SimpsonThe

Seleciiig Political Party Is Tough t been reasons primarily for economic.the moves have fauver Committee, the announced.Democratic The National 34-

year-old Congressman from Detroit -
L 'The social unpleasantness of
Host Aid Vote ,. + dew segregation have no doubt influenced will make an extended
III Negroes Register< r :y 'many to leave theSouth, speaking tour of the far west with
in San Francisco Oakland
stops
but the majority have moved In ,
Fresno and Los Calif. He
Both the Democratic and Republican Parties have sold search of better livelihood," LIFE will also address Angeles political ralliesin

the Negro down the river to Dixie. Both major parties have says.Pressure Portland, Oregon and Seattle,
accepted the Supreme Court's desegregation decision as the of Poor Farmland Washington before returning to

law of the land but neither will take any action on the imple- Rural Negroes have always the midwest to speak at a giant'
lived bad farmland in the
mentation of this law, on labor meeting in Minneapolis,
Therefore, the Negro owes no loyalty to either party. It South from which it has become Minnesota on October 19. .
is revolting for any Negro or true liberal to support either MONGERS ARE increasingly difficult to make a
"HATE TRYING TO FILL HIS SHOES"Your
Congressman Diggs, who was a
living. In 1954 the median cash
Party's platform. However, since it is too late to withdraw '
from either both Negroes and liberals must set their mindsto income of Negro farm families in member of the platform committee -
time. Realistic rather the South $742., whereas that at the recent Democratic Na-
was
Of know as
some form of retaliatory action. course, we ,
well as the leaders of both parties, that the Negro is taken as ful thinking will help you of White farm families was $1516. tional Convention, said that his
counted in the Democratic the challenges"presented. But when the Negro leaves his mission would be to "uncover the
a matter of fact. Our votes are already Weekly
fraud the
Republican on Powell
870881476343LIBRA farmland and moves to a
? poor
column but they sure
are Amendment'and to the
spotlight
We cannot protest by voting Republican. We cannot pro- y Southern city he encounters mas-
GuideWHICH Eisenhower Administration'sbroken
test by continuing to vote Democratic. We cannot protest by Horoscope sive competition from rural "
to labor.
Whiles who have also moved off promises
not registering to vote., But, we can protest by coming out Born Sept. 24 thru
in greater numbers than ever and registering to vote. Then ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR October lit thru the land in search of factory jobs. Mr. Diggs won distinction in
take is to sit down and weigh the parties "Employers will not hire a Ne the field of public speaking at the
the next step to BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Hold on to cash,
and the candidates. Decide which of the candidates would be gro for any job inhere is a White University of Michigan and fol

better for us and vote for the man rather than the party By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES This not be sign implies in that man available for the same," lowing the war served as state
wrong senator from Detroit for
LIFE says. "Even if discrimination two
where it is.
ticket
Split necessary.
your others consider
Let them see that we do have the necessary tally of votesto tude. may You have a in employment based solelyon terms before relinquishing this
every color were set aside, the Ne- seat to seek election as Michigan'sfirst
turn the tide either way and be a force in settling some of '
keep you up to par. protect your cash and still could not compete with Negro congressman. He attended -
of this The loser gro
the important governmental policies country. Born March 21 thru April 19 140551571696CANCER possessions from the
the of Michi-
University
of his for For the winner the White.. Functional illiteratesthe
will be fully cognizant reason losing.
October lit thru 7th ments of friends and
election he will know that he must ( term for adults with less gan, Fisk and Wayne University
to repeat in next ,
Self-discipline means safety. alike.. Your justification
School of Mortuary Science. He is
than fifth-grade education) are
all Americans
recognize the Negro as an equal citizen, as The the Born June 22 thru 22 of such '
,sign places emphasis on July possibility a licensed mortician and is presi-
three times more common among
be the laws of the
should be; and one who must protected by marital and public relations and October lit thru 7th attested by sound dent of the House'of Diggs, Inc,
young Southern Negroes than
land-in his pursuit of "life, liberty and happiness. that it be desirablefor Should weaken and
implies may Self-discipline comes first Indecision you among young Southern Negroes the largest funeral home in the
you to make the necessary and the indulging of your against your better t than among young Southern State of Michigan. Mr. Diggs whois
concessions for the sake of mutual whims or desires no longer havea cumstances suggests that I
Whites. Moreover such schoolingas a political ally of Governor
Painful economic 'stability. This recom- place in your life as the time have to enter some
Progress ., the Negro does receive generally "Soapy" Williams of Michigan is
: mendation is strengthened by circumStances has come.fpr-jpu! to take a serious "lost" column of the ,
: is far inferior. to that receivedby
which shows that you view of,your.responsibilities and' 9- -99-17-67-598 6)I! Whites." married and the father of three

have access to inspiring influences obligations to those who dependon Difficult In North Too children.

'''-ii' From, The New York Times) -, through the good services of your you. This, period shows that SCORPIO I Failing to find a satisfactory
.
*,' cherishd one and trusted counsel- you will have to put an end to a. Born Oct. 24 thru
job in a Southern city, the Negro
The distressing events of the last several days in a handful ors. Should you allow yourself to certain phase of your life in the October lit to 7th i I moves North. There he finds it PULL THE PLWON
of Southern communities, where mobs have tried to be swayed by,the inclination to ensuing days, and strike out in I I
Give in today and, win easier to get a job, but the job is SIOIICILIPSET
interfere with the enforcement of.court orders for integrated take emotional as well as financial\ more constructive directions. Indications -
I row. Certaidn fixed still usually on the common-labor
schooling;, have naturally received nation-wide attention.. risks, you can build up, some. that financial and other may underlie the causes of level. Northern employers do not Half-alive sours stomach headachy,Blac.II.DraU&bt.reU.yea when: constipation *
They are news, but it seems to us that an important thing. to I rathcer serious problems. opportunities are there, but you in worldly have the South's great pool of constipation octmtpht.Helps .
remember is that they are not the whole news. I' 2-20-33, -18.-73-494 will also'have to make sacrificesto progress your sweeten sour stomach too.
should be recognized and underemployed White farm laborto Unfri-Stnudi Snifter Warts Oimtght!
Whi l e *.mops. were" ;" nn1.u "ruvsiuuig. lflintf the law_n in*** the streets of*- I exploit them. Past success confirms ed from your life. Your draw upon, and in the past 15 No harsh griping. Made from pure
Clinton the first town in Tennessee to be required to open TAURUS that stability and securitycan vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
closes that you are the years have had great need for the uncorks clogged Intestines.
its state-supported high school to Negroes (as the result of a Born April 20 thru May 20 be had by meeting challengesand who can surmount the unskilled. and semi-skilled labor Brings comforting relief hi morning.
Then life looks again Get
suit instituted several years ago), and while violence or October lit thru 7th conquering,them. that stand in your way. which the Negro can supply. Black-Draught today.sunny

threats of violence were reported from a few small and widely Swim with the tide. You can 7-60--57-66-13-595 ingness to admit your ; But the proportion of Negroeswho so. ta a.o'r*Omttefad*r da4.rs r'*:.ii.J

scattered settlements elsewhere, integration of school systemsand find considerable inspiration in which will open the doors reach the top of the ladderin u..m"'u ebiweo i
at
sear
school, districts was going quietly ahead without fanfare what you do' for an occupation, LEO new business and career the North is scarcely higher RMfca and. OUpoHUnn. tM Syrup at BlftckDnucbt. -
and without difficulty in many states below the Mason-Dixon pastime or in behalf of those who Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 will work. Should you They tort thto boocy-ffVMt iii uUt

Line. In Kentucky, for example, where an otherwise fine nee dyour guidance and support, October lit thru 7th clinging to the ways that

record has been marred by ugly incidents reported from one as evidenced by the fine showingyou Swim with, not against the restrictive, this, period
small town this, week, almost 9Q( per cent of the counties of have made. However, the tieds. There will be plenty goingon that those who could give
the state are" now operating under integrated school systems. climax to 'a marital partnershipor in your mind, as well as in needed hoc lay operate 4 y,

Louisville has joined other great Southern or border cities- family situation is likely to your locale. A family or residen you. Weigh .al the

including Baltimore, Washington and St Louis-in ordering' take place. Self interst attests to tial problem which concerns you 3-11-20-12--:-62-709
integration of schools. the final character, of whatever directly will have its annoying ZR-

The Southern Education Reporting Service, a focal point I I transpires to change the course of circumstances. Any sacrifices- that SAGITTARIUSBorn

for such information, says that several score school districtsare your life in this respect. Past experiences you may be compelled make Nov. 23 thru Dec.
being newly integrated this year in the South, especiallyin have shown that escape may ultimately'become the step-
October 1st thru 7th
Oklahoma and Texas as well as Kentucky and other border, from your present problems maybe ping stones to I the attainment of :Ir.ALr -
states.A plan of the city of Little Rock to begin desegregationnext found in work or doing the your ambitious goals, so: acceptthe .Conquer your

year has just been approved by the Federal Court,Over things[ that keep you contented. developments and challengesthey Although your ambition

a hundred institutions of higher learning in the South, for- 5-30-11-12-65-395 pose with confidence your running sky-high these
merly all-white, are now enrolling some 2,000 Negro students; -- ability to conquer eventually.' will not get far until )'o ,

and a few weeks ago it was reported in this newspaper that GEMINI 60771659492R' come psychological and
had been desegregated during the 21 riers that may be found '
some 540 school districts Born May 21 thru June ", -
past academic year. This is solid progress. October 1st thru 7th VIRGO '' 4Born. your mind and self. :

It does not mean, of course, that,the road ahead will not Business and pleasure don't .Aug..23,thru Sept. 23 your aspirations can be
be long and difficult There has been no desegregation in eight mix. This period opens new doorsto October'1st thru'7th ized 6hce,you are free of
at the college level in three Rise above limita i ns. ing influences which are
states of the Deep South (except the enjoyment of hobbies, creative your
have been adopting legislation Should the doors to In short you can make the
of them); and several of these states achievements romance, soon open
specifically,designed to defeat the aims and purposesof child guidance and the art of gracious new opportunities to gain through future you want if you

the Supreme Court's decision'of May, 1954. It would be living. Unavoidable obliga- shrewd,financial moves. But you critical of yourself as you

whistling in the dark to pretend that resistence to this deci-, tions or physical limitations may will have to surmount the spiritof times are of others. r

sion is on the wane, much less broken, in large areas of the intervene and put you to the test defeatism or negative thinking. persist in adhering to

South, just as it is_not yet completely broken in many partsof Your sign counsels avoiding This period stresses the value of habit, your sign indicates .
the North. Furthermore, the activities of such agitators as trouble connected with neighborhood secrecy in connection with your will only crystallize the :'.l"';0

those who incited the trouble,in Clinton, Tenn., constitute an and labor questions.: A state pecuniary maneuvers and under- to your future
additional menace'to law and order. But the fact remains that, of worry can greatly,>affect .your standings with people who preferto 1-100-99-18-&-121

with all the difficulties, progress is being made. It is gradual, well-being, so it; is best for you remain in the background. The 1400 WRHC 1400
as it must be. Ultimately its victory over.unreason and prejudice I not to allow yourself to get mixed :main test as to your ability 'to CAPRICORNBora

will be complete. up with other people's problems. I surmount your weaknesses. or Dec. 22 thru Jan.
Good eating! and healthful'habits limitations could come at this October 1st thru 7th KEN KNIGHT,

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:Stork I' : .L.'e's sill. Community Club Sponsors Tea Event II

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Bare IB: 4S.C; rs

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Cornelius and Hilda Bryant Pr 11 Ih'it

Jr., 3653 Freeman Rxl, girl Aug.
24. .

Tom and Yvonne Cason Jr., ,, 5 # xJ4/ ,a 1gff R x tlla'J !
1091 Florida Ave, girl Aug. 26.
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Morris and Ruby 'Jones, 1050 !
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Kings Rd., ,girl July 31. .4w4&'

Henry and Willie Harris 231

Oak SL. girl Aug. 4.

Lu maandWillieBrown.2Venas

SL, boy, Aug. 4. ? ''w' ii i-: L.

Wm. and Emily Kennedy, 2311 .
Van James S1.. girl, Aug. 4. iyuF rl, :?r t.YZ ...3p
4.qgs a '
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Woody and Rosa d k; ..
Duncan 1767 fi S. ."+ :viva< 4'' 'xR'S
W. 11th SL, girl. Aug. 4. +SC 1 r \ Z ?fi S" r .:

S. T. and Willie Taylor, 974 W. ,rt.

Union SL, girl Aug. 4. & .. ;' .
Charlie and Lucille White 839 -="k. ;_L _. .. ..__._ ... ",... _..,,"'"""" 'Ii' __w ..."'___v"--_ _. ,,_... '__

Lime 31.,boy, Aug. 6. HOLD TEA EVENT Sponsors of a tea event held at the Brooks House of Prayer 09 Tyler Street last Sunday are shown above. They are members of the

Wm. and Delores Jones, 1990 Westside Community Club are Hen in two photos. In the photo at left, standing from left to right are: Mrs. Zelma Anderson. Mrs. Mary Sari en. Mrs. Amelia Foun:

W.: 20th St,.girl, Aug. 8. lain Mrs. Lilly William Mrs. Atrice Kirkland. Mrs. Bonnie Frazitr. Mrs. Eugenia Thompson. Mrs. Malissa Marshall Mrs. Alberta Pausleby and Mrs. Clotee Smith. .
T. C. and Geraldine Felder, 917 Seated In the"same order are: Mrs. Luvtnia Amos. Mrs. Lillie Cietleff. Mrs. Daisy McMillan. Mrs. Mamie Anderson. Mrs.'Pauline Johnson and Mrs. Viola Vickers. .. .

W. 13th St, boy, Aug 15. :- In the photo at right standing are: Mrs. Nancy Meyers. Mrs..Tnelma M. Kearson Mn. Juanita Everett Mrs. Emma Hawkins. Mrs. Ethel Williams Mrs. Frances .0-'.;'-r ., .
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Arthur and Aretha Stephens. Madry, Mrs. Washington. Mrs. Lesame and'Mrs. Flossie Carter. Seated are: Mrs. Laura Small Mrs. M. Alexander. Mrs. Viola Winkley Mrs. L. Rodgers. Mrs. M. '. 1 -

2038,Davis SL, girl Aug.: 15. Hodges. Mn. Daisy Hill Mrs. M. Crockett vice-president: and Mrs. J. M. Gathers, president. : .

James and Edna Roberts, 533

W. Church .SL, boy, Aug. 17. ,The public is invited.
... Oliver and Ruby Cobb, 1284 W. Planning to Cheer Youngsters I Junior Women'sComplete FRATERNAL NOTESThe

State .SL., boy, Aug. 17. .
x. l /.l't J! Plans For Tea The female choir of Zion Hope
James and Victoria Henderson.
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; Eureka Lodge of the Prince Baptist Church will be sponsoredin
854 Franklin SL, girl, Aug. 18.
Hall Masons sponsoring the a recital, Sunday. Oct. 14. from
are
Committee's
Clifford and Beatrice Simmons, a "' M r s. The Council of the
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District Junior Women's Convention Female Choir of Zion Hope Bap 4 to 5 p. m. The program is under
1468,W. State St, boy, Aug. 18.
tist Church is a Musical Recital on the sponsorship of Eureka Lodge
Willie and Virginia Holsey, 1248 t. ( ws Auxiliary to the East Flor-
ida Sunday. October 14th from 3 to of the Prince Hall Masons and
and Associa-
Bethany Baptist
Oakley SL, boy Aug. 19. ,
Curtis and Cornelia Whitening, y YK. tion have completed plans to pre- 4 p. m. in the Wilder Park Recrea I will be held in the "Wilder Park
4 4L tion Center on ML Herman St. Recreation Center.
sent a Monday
1629 W. 30th St, girl Aug. 20. Friendship
John and'Annie Wilcox, 1539 night Oct. 8 at the Second Baptist
Van Buren SL girl Church, the Rev. K. D. Britt pas-
Aug. 20.
Freddie and Joan Graham, 1560 tor of the host church. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

W. 16th St, girl Aug. 21. S fo- f, < eYfr Mrs. M. J(. Gibson, president of

Willie B and Ella McGill RL 9, ,k sra the district announces the follow: LOW PRICES
boy, Aug: 21. Y. 3 &P ing chairmen who will presideover
Roderick and Harriett McMor- the various tables: Mrs. MimiL. -

ries, 737 W. Union. SL, boy, Aug.. fii F Parker,society committee; Mrs. On Your i fI f
22. ..f| Ruby L Herndon personnel; Mrs.A. ii I

Herbert Amons; 722 Dewitt SL,' L Patterson finance; Mrs. Annie DRUG STORE NEEDS !i
girl Aug.'22.Randolph ,dN' L Huff, mission and educa- i

and Mary Kaiser,.960 5 -r tion; Mrs. Minnie Weathersbee, 1
W. State SL, girl Aug.22. S $yyy. biy CSS, y y art; Mrs. Maudell Hudson, presi- Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store ;
Harold and Lillian Myers, 962 D dent's conference; Mrs. Theola
Broad St, 19.- Threadcraft, deacon's wives' con-
boy, July We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
John and Arzada Kempt, 619 ference; Mrs. Ada Reeves, dramatics -
Dewdrop SL, girl July 20. .- ;+fi--.. Jai tip.o and Mrs. Earline Foster, Your Local PapersWOOD'S -

Ira and Mary Harmon, 711 W A'14k P:, the evangelical; Mrs. Ella White
Church SL, boy, July 19. gi will head the social committee's -
Robert and Betty Tindal 1015 group; Mrs. Lillian King, music BIDE PHARMACY

Pippin St. girl, July 19. w0.; 4. committee and various persons
1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE .
whose will be announced
Joseph and Jonnie Williams, names 'f
1416 E. 31st St later will head the courtesy and PHONES El 3-3597-98
girl 25. do
July t A
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W. DUrr We Abe Fill All Doctors're.crlpki'
Leroy and Queen Kearse, 716A ministers' wives groups.

Venus Mars Court boy, July 24. Of'v 1 1I President Gibson is calling on PAYYOUR_ LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONEBILLS
John and Ida Mose Sr, 1532 I PLANNING AID FOR CHILDREN Members the recently organised Les Camellias Social all societies o f the auxiliary for
Pasco St.. boy, July 18. Club who met in the home of Mrs. Idalla Jackson at 1770 East 28th Street,to discuss plans to aid and full cooperation. An open invita- AT OUR STORE

John and Ida Mose, Sr. 1532 I entertain children in Duval Medical Center during the Thanksgiving holidays are shown here. tion is extended to all. .
Pasco SL, boy July 18. Seated from left to right are: Mrs. Juanita Alexander. Miss Josephine Price. Mn. Bernice Wright.president .
Moses and Evelyn Davis, 162 ;'Mrs. Mary L. Pleas and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. Standing in the same order are: Mrs. El-

Morgan SL, girl July 23. Otter Bennett reporter: Mrs. Dorothy Miller. marshal: Miss Mary O. Johnson recording secretary:

Willie and Jean Lewis.; 111 N. Mrs. Alice Jordan treasurer-: Mrs. Mae Willie Lee. vice president; and Mrs. Idella Jackson financial Why should hair ,
Street boy, July 21. secretary. Other members the club not shown here are Mrs. Rosa DeVaughn and Mrs. Rosa Lewis. your

John A: Stewart '714A Venus

Mars David Court and boy.Essie Aug.Bright 20. 114. "Fries. hip' Tea" Set C ltlf'err ( lftd Rock 'N RoH ContestIn say you're old and gray? :...

W. 4th St, girl, Aug. 15. For Second BaptistA Semi-finals StageAt
Edward and Minerva Brown, The McCall Gospel Singers will
3650 Sheridan 16. render musical the Evergreen Roosevelt Theatre
Lane boy, Aug. -Friendship Tea" will be heldat a at -; '
Luthur and Lillie Reid; 516 Second Baptist Church October Baptist Church, Clevelandand ;

Caroline SL, boy Aug. 15. 8, under the sponsorship of the Logan Streets Sunday at 3 Semi-finals in the Roosevelt
(Continued on Page 6)) Committee's Council of the District p. m. The program is being givenin Theatre "Rock N Roll" Talent

Junior Women's Convention interest of Districts 5 and 10. Contest are on tap for the next

auxiliary to the East Florida and two Friday nights. Oct. 12 and 19,
ICIII- Bethany Baptist Association.Mrs. according to Director and M. C.

.M. K.Gibson,'district'president Wedding Bells Ken Knight. The first prize win- -F
aeanr. carve .a 1'.....,ntr. .w.e ..rr.Ose is inviting the participationof ners of the 12 weekly preliminary
..k TANSA0IC ttMi eTJUfCAOK .pwsters
.**hit..MM........ all societies of auxiliary. Applications for Marriage contests will be divided into two
_.K/ ...*...* **..ITANMGK -..-... groups of six acts each for the 2semlrmal
Licenses
....... ea+rerepgaarfe111.. 1r1e t.a. .. .
--- ..sell eeMet d NIA Jacquelyn Fort Slated- events.
Those already set for the semi-
For Recital October 15 Booker T. Wilson 988 W. UnionSt finals are the following winners:
age 51 and Gwendolyn D. The Teen Kings, The Five

'LEARN TO DRIVEThe Little Jacquelyn Inez Fort will Smith 2572 Wisteria St, age 34. Stones, The King Crooners, TheFive

Qmtckett The bsieetWey be presented in a recital Monday Isiah W. Brown, 755 w MonroeSt Stars, The -Five Knights" ,
Te ....t.' night October 15, 8 p. m, St. age 20 and Catherine Wilson Soloist Lonnie Stringfield, The ;,. 3x
Stephen. AME Church. 755 W. Monroe St, age 21. Mellowdears, Pianist-Vocalist Er- .
AJAXDRIVING vin Jr. The Five Crowns :
Roberts ,
The recital is under the
spon- Willie c. .Williams, 318 East
SCHOOL sorship of Mrs. Inez Bivins and is 5-year-old dancer Raymond John-.
Union S1.. age 28 and Bertha L
and Chico Turner.
CALL EL 40639George for the benefit of the annual Wo- Brown, 237 State St, age 25. son soloist
men's Day observance.The .
Perpena Lindsey Lasane, 902 Magnolia, 10
: who is i
young gospel singer,
Autumn Tea Is Set
Leesburg Fla. 23 and JeanA.
1134 W. 5th Street ten years of age, will be supported age .
Washington 1462 Van BurenSt
by other local artists. age 20.Uzziah ? For Sunday Afternoon


Blackshear, 334 West Deaconess Board One of St.Matthew .
Orange St, age 34 and Mary F. I look lovelier.
Look todayj
Baptist Church, located. younger. .
Hall 433 North St, age 33. Road
.4 on the comer of Moncrief
Clarence Demps, 2035 Curry and 28th Street; will sponsor an I
I Lane, age 22 and Hattie Tolbert, Autumn Tea. Sunday; October 7, Forget those "gray hair heartaches! models (like the one shown here) '

2140 Thomas Ave, age'21. at 2222 Edgewood Ave. Mrs. Pearl Codefroy's Larieuae Hair Coloring can you'll be prouder. of your hair when

PD.S, Johnny R Jones, J582 W. 33rdStvage Holmes will be speaker for the pve JOur hair young-looking, lorely- you choose Godefroy's Larieuse It's
the famous brand in the red box, iii
27 and.Claia"Davis, 1658 occasion and the tea will be held looking color right away .glotangliutnut for 3
known for its dependability more tgk
W. 33rd St, age 37. from 4 to 6 p. m. color that lasts and lasts!!
Get it favorite
than 50reon. at your 4
Chas. J. Atkins 1607 Amor, On this.same date, and sche-
I
And take a tip from professional cosmetic counter today
Cleveland, Ohio, age 26 and El- duled from 4 to 6 p. m. Deaconess -

t. WOMJ? FAUN? SftUMv i nora L Goldsmith, 1133 Van Board One will sponsor ice
I Buren Street age 17. cream dip. This event will be heldon
HA SAIJflK. ., West 30th Street and J. T.
'i
Willie Weeks, Hilliard, Fla, h
.... Hilliard Thomas will be the speaker.
age 56 and Nancy Dukes ,
lUCK ...iwj District Ten is sponsoring a
Fla.,_age 57. '
.......... Pink and Green Tea on Sunday, _
"'. ATyAitKo October 14, from 4 to 6 p. m, at --.i' .'_

... ., .. ......... ....... 1382 West 25th Street.' .O u.i' s'
wNMLHURTINQ A Biblical Tea will be held in

YOU? the auditorium of the church on

n tar Nm-toil Avt Sunday. October 14, also, and is
Raia scheduled from 4 to 6 "p. m. f

e!.el.re.t ot irwr 1. Sfc poo>*...ghIy..As 2. Apply Oed.froy's 1.oMwe *. Alter odor tae de..tcesd. ";-":
REGISTER NOWS'CLOSE'CHF >rfrhi..>la nnififrn'/i 1 nrfiim w&hbep dy aPP tiata lldudecl thcIapoo bar a aM od M!to ,!
,tin arse iAMtedL ill fepgcfceg J'CIIW' fftrItj / "
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Northeast Fla. Annual AME Conference Opens Oct. 10



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IbM, D. Ward Nichols To Preside Jacksonville's School Patrolwomen Back At Posts I

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Ai Ainal Coifereace In Jasper POLICE:



JASPER The Northeast Florida Annual Conference of theAfrica

Methodist Episcopal Church will be held in Greater Bethel SUB. STATIO
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AME: Church Oct. 10 beginning at 10 a. r>\ with Bishop D. Ward a6, .y W' '.' .. v: ..',"-' '... .

Nichols,, presiding prelate of,the 11th Episcopal District,_presiding.The (':, awrt ". ,.,
Rev. L S. Twiggs, host presiding
elder together with the Musical Program Set r2

host pastor,the Rev. H Hamptonare
uniting their forces to give At First Born Temple

the Bishop and the members of

the conference a grand welcomeand A musical program will be presented -
to make the most beneficial at the First Born Temple

session ever held in the North- Sunday, Oct. 7, featuring local
east Conference. : rS
participants.
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The Reverends W. P. Jenkins, Appearing on this program will L cx
S. E. Moses and A. W. Bowles, J. be Mrs. Harriett Dais Kelly, Miss :9; A --
A. Walker and G. L. Bryant,the Alice Boston the Singing Angels
other presiding elders of the con- the Church of God Chorus the

ference are also working to make Four Star G)spel Singers the a
this conference successful Templeaires cf the Church of God

Mrs.W. P. Jenkins, president of in Christ Mister Eddie Sutton; :.
Edward Jackson Samuel Henderson 1 J
the Northeast Florida Missionary .
Society, and the women will greet and others: 3b
Mrs. Kay Bailey Nichols, the supervisor All singers\.'10 are not engagedwill ?
of the Missionary Society have a port on the program.
of the District. Elder A. Hill is pastor and Mrs.
Rosetta Cohn is of the
sponsor
Approximately 400 pastors, 32
elders and several thousands of program.

laymen from all sections of Florida -
are expected to be in attendance -
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Marathon SermonsAt
along with many visitors. b i ,
Sweetfield
BaptistUNIQUE 'YA .
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COME:! OUT SERVICE SET AT

.fo BEAUTIFUL' SWEETFIELD BAPTIST ....
>.. Sweetfield Baptist Church, located

at Fourth'and Harrison Sts., .
MAGNOLIAGARDENS ,
is planning a worship ser --

vice Sunday, October 14. PROTECT SCHOOL CHILDREN --Wiih the opening of Jacksonville schools members of the School Guard Auxiliary took up their posts providing protectionfor

Rev. G. W. Phillips,pastor, an- local youngsters. In the front row, left to right are: Mesdames Susie E.Smith Callie Jackson. Erelena Norman. Alma Glass Theresa L. King Alicia Baety Rochelle -
And nounces that platform sermons Brown. In the back row left to right are: Janie Thomas. Lillian Davis Johnnie Mae Simpson. Mildred Forehand Mamie Jenkins. Other members of the auxiliary I
Inspect will be delivered at the worship not shown her. are: Mesdames Marian L. Snead Helen McMillan. Johnnie D.. Clark. .
The New Home? featuring seven ministers who .

=I Now Being }Built. will speak for seven minutes each. Men's Day Observance Strand Movie Sponsored Bishop Begiis New Bethel AME Church Mt. Zion Baptist ChurchTo


: Bedroom Two or Three Homes Mrs. Sarah B. StewartTo Slated At EmanuelEmanuel For Women's Day EventMrs. Conference Tour Announces ActivitiesNew Observe Women's Da


\ Concrete Block Speak At St. PaulST. Baptist Church, lo- Emma-L.. Bryant general Bethel AME Church at I The annual Women's Day will

Icmd Brick Homes cated at the corner of Forest and chairman of the Women's Day ob- The Right Rev. D. Ward Nichols Third and Tyler "Streeta.anI be observed Oct 7 in the Mt Zion

. PAUL WOMEN HOLD Copeland Streets will hold its an- servance at St Paul AME Church Bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal nounces the following activities: Baptist Church throughout the

Monthly Mortgage ANNUAL: CELEBRATIONMrs. nual Men's Day observance Oct announces a benefit picture that District of the AME Church, The West Union Gospel Chorus day with special features at each

{ PAYMENTS Sarah Stewart, wife.of W. 21st.The will be sponsored at the Strand begins Wednesday, October 10, will present an after service musical service. '
,.. -- B.. Stewart, president of Edward occasion will be observed Theater Oct. 21-27 in interest of the first of its series of Annual at Suns uy Oct 14. Choir No.1 Serving as co-chairman is Mrs.
t Start as Low: as Waters College will be speakerfor throughout the tray, with the Rev.G. the Women's,Day drive. Conferences.The will present Mrs. Elnora McBride Margaret Bacon; Mrs. Mildred

$42.31 PER MONTH Women's Day at St.: Paul W. Phillips of Sweetfield Bap- The 'title of the picture to be Northeast' Conference and Mrs. Ruth McMillan in a joint Murrell secretary; Mrs. Bessie
r-- cmd AME-Church Sunday, Oct 28. tist Church delivering the sermonat shown is tThe'Harder They Fall" which is to be held Wednesday recital Tuesday, Oct 23. Mrs. Mc- Bordus, treasurer; Mrs. Corine A.

According ,to upi the Type Mrs. Erma L. Bryant is chair- the morning worship.The starring Humphrey ,Bogart and October 10, at Live Oak, Fla. in Bride and Mrs. McMillan are Waters, chairman of program
Plan You Choose man of the event afternoon program will the second feature picture is "The the Greater Bethel AME Church, members of the choir. committee, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman -

i feature, music by the male Storm" starring Cornell- Wilde is first,on the Bishop's schedule. "The Old Ship.of Zion" will be chairman of beautification
(MAGNOLIA GARDEN Hastside Band choruses of Abyssinia and Zion and Dan Duryea. The Rev. Mr. H. Hampton is pastor presented in the Lee Auditoriumof committee; Mrs. Beulah Alston

i HOMES Prayer ,Hope Baptist churches. Other programs are being plan- of the church. Edward Waters College, Friday publicity and Mrs. L A. Tucker,

4"Hav.. &. Following! Observes Anniversary ned leading up to Women's Day, Other conferences will be heldas night Qct. 19. This rendition is acting pastor.
Sunday, Oct 28. The one hundred sponsored by the and
Special FeataTM and Methodist follows: Ways Means
St. Joseph
captains are busy contacting their
Conv alence Florida Committee for the benefit of the
Eastside Fellowship Pray- Conference
The Wednesday
Church
members in order to be ,ready to Women's NotesRevival
ing Club is having its anniversary Observes Women's DayThe make full' October 17, in Quincy, Fla., at. Day drive. Rehearsalswill
e Asphalt TO Oak reports.cMI
or be held
Oct.
8 and the 17th.
program Sunday, October 21, in Arnett Chapel AME Church, the'Rev.
Floor New St. James AME Church on women of St Joseph Meth- Mr. M. L White, pastor. The baby contest sponsored by services will commence
Csport
Polios Davis Street. odist Church will celebrate their Tabor 'ChurchOhservance West Florida Conference, October the Ways and Means Committeewill Monday; evening, October 8th, at

Large Landscaped Lots All prayer bands and clubs are annual Women's Day Sunday 24, Pensacola, Fla. at Bethel terminate'with, a program the Bethel Methodist Church,
Factory Finished Cabinets I i invited to attend this program, Oct. 28 according to an announce- AME Church, the Rev. Mr. A. H. Oct 10, at the church. The cap- Dinsmore. Prayer services will
Hot Water Heaters I'which begins at 4 p. m. ment made by Miss Vivian Johnson 'Set Hunter, pastor. tains and groups ,9 and 36 will continue one week, and Rev. J. R.

<. Spaee Beaten a recent graduate.of Florida East Florida Conference, No- sponsor an entertainment Satur- Boykins will begin preaching on
day, Oct: 6, at 1665 Dot Street
me ..rdJaroomi First Born TemptersGo A & M University, who is serving vember 7, in Jacksonville at Sunday evening October 14th.
Beginning Monday October 8, The pastor, the Rev. T. E. Rev. L McPhrson is the
Exh Ret FOBS as general chairman of theday's Greater St Paul AME Church, pastor.
Mt Tabor Baptist Church will Wright issued a call to all group
Coserete Drive Strips PleasantThe .
To Mt. activities.The the Rev. Mr. J.A.'Roberts, pastor.
TAKES hold its 39th anniversary celebra captains to meet in a special
NO SEPTIC
be
morning speaker will Orlaifdo Conference, Nov. .14 ACHING MISCLES
tion. meeting Monday at 8
Cesaplete Water Treat- p. m.
of Mrs Matilda Alford. Executive Bartow. Fin, at St. James AME -
congregation pastor
seat Plant and Sewage Various ministers and their con- ....
IUiv of .
Wo- pal. skid
825 W. Director of the local Young Church, the Rev. Mr. T. S. John- Mal.5 4-
First Born Temple,
the
Disposal System 11 gregations will h a v e charge of elm with STAN BACK.tab':.**r pm****
will conduct services men's Christian Association. son pastor. TAN BACK.cta fart.brta...
Monroe Street Joint Observance tfrrUMraitef.
I services SetFor
e Waldlltii i Distance to nightly until October 15, ...kMMiM tTANBACK J(fcnMl"
SefcockCoatrf I at Mt Pleasant Baptist at which time the closing services Central Florida Conference, No- .....11I.... ..".....1, oraaiks lope ....
School BBS Church Sunday at 3 p-: m. Milton Hood Is FeaturedIn will be held under the sponsor- vember 21, Ocala Fla. in Mt District EventsThe .ra4ieftta for fact reIW .f ftl...
Hill is of the Zion AME Church, the Rev. Mr.
AH GeWy Approved Elder A. pastor
ship of the Fidelity Lodge 237. A
and the Rev. Fashion Revue Here L A. Haisley, pastor.
Pared Hoods II First Born Temple banquet will be held following the joint observance of districts
Bas Senice. I Mr. Charles J. Crosby is pastor of Tampa Florida Conference, Dec.
dry final servicerThe 2, 4A 9, 29 and
30. 31. 11 will be
CIty MaU Delivery I]Mt Pleasant: Milton Hood will be presentedin Rev. Mr. H. T. Overstreetis 5, Tampa, Fla. in Allen Temple celebrated Sunday. Oct 21 af 3 HOME FOR SALE

Spacious Rooms a fashion revue Monday. Oct. 8 pastor of Mt. Tabor and the AME Church the Rev. Mr. J. D. p. m. in the auditorium of Second Mode 5 room new block: fco..*,
Pick the Home of Your Hinson. pastor. two bedrooms, Ihriag roes' kitchen -
by the women of St Stephen =
celebration will also mark his Baptist Church.
Choice Now Before 45th Street & Ave. 'B' South Florida Conference, December tilt both, hardwood floors
and Davis
Fifth
Church at
AME first year of service at the church. The anniversary sermon will be car porch sod white marble. roof.
They Are All Sold ResidentsDo 12, Coconut Grove, Fla,
Streets. delivered by the Rev. G. W. Phillips PRICED $<,950
in St. Paul AME Church, the Rev.
The fashion revue is being MOCK WEDDING AT UNION pastor of Sweetfield Baptist $500.00 Down. $50.00 a Month.
MAGNOLIAlsjpr Your Shopping At Mr. T. C. Kelley, pastor.
of St
the
by women
sponsored PROGRESSIVE BAPTISTThe Church. The choir ushers and ALSO EIGHT ROOMS BATH
in interest of the annualWomen's Mrs. Nichols will accompany
Stephen of Sweetfield 6500.00 3000.00
Union Progressive Baptist congregation will Dow
.ve.eilfap. Sales Sudries Day observance. Church Deaconess Board will her husband will supervise at these Women's conferencesand Missionary accompany the pastor to Second Balance Like Rent.
featured in the
Hood will be
Baptist Phone EL
stage a mock wedding Monday 6-1079
45th St Ave. B' activities.
near latest fall fashions for men. Mrs.
October 8, at 8 p. m.in the audi- The entire'program will be re- AFTER 6:00 P.M.
i Wilner Dorrell will serve as nar-
: DRUGS NOTIONS torium of the church. leased later.

2478 W. Edgewood i CANDIES MAGAZINES rator. The Rev. Mr., J. W. Roberts.is Deaconess Board MeetsThe

Phone PO 5-2614 II CIGARETTES TOILEr -ARTICLES- 1C* CREAM BAPTIST MINISTERS pastor of the church.REGISTER.

WILL MEET MONDAY Deaconess Board of Ever-
green Baptist Church will meet 11

The Baptist Ministers Brother- NOW, Sunday October 7, at 3 p. m. in BUDGET FUNERALS
the home of Mrs.
hood of Duval and adjacent coun- 221 EAST ADAMS I 1065 W. Beaver StCRANPION'S Patsy Knight t
ties will meet'on Monday, October 6
: 8th, at 11 a. m. at the Bethel Most families find it wise to overate with!
Baptist Church. Rev. H. W.
S definite budget suitable. to their clrcrastances. -
Stuckey will preview.the SundayS
hool lesson. Echos from the g, f. We feel' that die same principal

two National Baptist Conventionsthat 'Y ......14 guide them. in the. selection of .
lot were recently held will be
4
q t ,by Rev. Peeples and Rev. E. R. MEN'S WEAR t funeral service Dignity and beauty do Mt

i Simpson.: Rev.. H. H. Robinson is I depend o. a lavish display, and tree grief

the, presidentItchiig ,I Dress Slacks .. $2.99 is often best portrayed by simplicity.
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PROMPTLY RELIEVED Nylon Stretch Sox .' :?';Jw;-for $.IOU: Holmes aid West; Fueral R.ae

A doctorl formal*-toothing antiseptic
W. P.
Holmes
Zemo--promptly relieves the 100% ORlON Jr. Directors Alphonso West

Itching burning of Skin Rashei.yfrnrMi Long Sleeve Sweaters .' .$4.79 Telephone PO 5-1641
Psoriasis,_Ringworm and .
Athletel Foot Zemo stops scratching : 2719 W. Edgewood, Avenue Magnolia Gardens

fug and of Irritated so aids=emo 125. West- Boy Street Phone" EL 4-1118 24-Hour Ambulance Service Off-Street Parking

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Jax Urban League::Moves "Forward With New Officers I




Dr. w. w. Sellen Aid Mrs. w. c. While- Flordia Voters League',Officers' Confer I $

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Elecled Chairman Aad CoChairman I For Fire Plugs 1


Moves Forward
The Board of Directors of the Jacksonville Urban League announces -

the recent election of Dr. Warren W. Schell and Mrs.,W. C. .

White as its Chairmin and Co-Chairman.. Junius A. Bowman was The Executive Board: of the

appointed__ as, Executive. Secretary-Elect.. bro Floradale Improvement League
-- 0
__ .J4t'S-W1Ute..A.JUUv of Florida,j -- announces that it has passed
.is well known for her outstandingwork for Jaxons during the past twc the halfway mark in its drive

with numerous local and I years, attended Tuskegee Insti- '0 raise funds to purchase fireplugs IWBtibtl
:state-wide civic religious. and tute. He received his master's degree for the community. To
:women's organizations. from Michigan State College date SUSC.53 has been collect-
Dr. Schell a physician and majoring in sociology and voca-

surgeon, is the son of a pioneer tional guidance. His prior work ed.The next concentrated collection

Jacksonville physician who prac- experience includes teaching and on the drive<< will be November tuc
. .ticed here for almost fifty years service as youth counsellor in a 15. and families living .
before he passed in January. The boy's institution in Michigan. He in the area are asked to com
new League leader was born here, is member of American Association ..
.T : ;: -i plete their contributions by A Up or the Pepsi Cap >
attended! Stanton High School of Guidance, Assocntion : that date. Persons who do not *r these eutstaadlac yetaf
Florida A & M'College and received for the Study of Community Organization have to |American*, who nuke .o
a captain are urged: see _
and .u se ashy
country
his M. D. from the Florida Federationof : ; ) $ {. *
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Meharry. t <" : ; 'i John Jackson. 2403 Ellington a letter pUee la whlefc te Uve.
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Me-ical College in 1941. Social Workers and the Florida .________________m_-- Avenue. *
VOTERS LEAGUE CONFAB Officers of the Florida Voters League which held its districtconference
Dr. Schell served as a captainin Conference of Social Welfare. Mr. The next meeting will be
the U. S. Army Medical Corps Bowman is married to the former I in Jacksonville last Sunday are shown here. Sitting from left to right are: Ben W. Smith Sunday. October_ 14.. in the **. *
during World War II and later Miss Alveda Fedd of Apalachicola Lake Wales: Mrs. Essie K. James. Palmetto: Edward D. Davis chairman. Tampa; Mrs. Elisabeth Espy. home of Mr..and Mrs. John *
saw service overseas with the famous Fla. a Tuskegee Institute gradu Perrine; S. A. James Madison; and Attorney Ernest D.Jackson. ousted nominee for Justice of the Peaceof Jackson. 2403 Ellington Ave
93 Division. He formerlywas ate. They have one child. the Sth District who addressed the meeting. Standing are: Rer. J. L. Jackson/. Petersburg; Joe nue. *
a board member of the Coun- Mr. Bowman will succeed J. Jackson. Pensacola; Rer. A. A. Fields. Sanford; L. V. Davis Gainesville; J. R. Moses. Si. Petersburg;* Also Brown is president f *

cil of Social Agencies of this city Philip Waring who will depart on Stanley McKinney Palmetto: Ben Williams. Barlow: and J. Leroy Murray SL Petersburg. the League and Lloyd Pearsonis .
is on the staff of Brewster Hos- October 15 to assume duties as treasurer. tie .*

pital and is a member of the Elks Director of Community ,Service reports. *
a
MAN FOUND
DAYTONA Morris Brown
Masons and Om ga Psi Phi Fra i Activities for the Urban League McCray was' found slumped I IL
ternity.He ;of Greater St. Louis Mo. over the wheel of his car which .
I DEAD IN HIS AUTO
is, married to the former The Jacksonville Urban League had run into a ditch. His body Pair Electrocuted
And B-C Wildcats
Miss Vanorian Bonds of Nashville board, committees aria members had' several knife wounds in it ?
\. Tenn. She attended Fisk;University -. have: pledged "all out support for DAYONA BEACH-Willie Mc- and Coroner J. They have three children. I their new officers and executive Crmay 36,'562 South Street, was ed it a case of m" Tder. A bloodstained For ..
To. Del. 6 Alleged RapeRAIFORD *
Mr. Bowman who has compiledan secretary". Plans are moving forward found dead in his car on bird i pocketknife was found Play
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outstanding record of securing for the agency's November; Street near Canal Road early ;near the scene of the crime. "'
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jobs and giving vocational advice I financial campaign. Thursday morning according to It is believed that he struggledwith ANNETTE VERONICA if'it
I an unideptified woman, seen The Wolverines of Morris -Two Gainesvillemen HARPER

leaving the\scene by a passing Brown College of Atlanta Ga.. Robert Lee Colson, 26, and New Sigh SUatoa School Senior

motorist was later stabbed and will invade the Bethune-Cookman Moses Lee Dunsmore, 21, were *
Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
that he died while driving his car College Wildcats' lair Saturday executed. Raiford Prison last Annette Harper, an honor
I night October 6, 1956 to play its student at New Stanton *
to seek aid for his'wounds. Monday for the alleged rape of a High School,who U in the .
JYYLOWLOW annual football game between the I 11-B homeroom. Annette's
'Two men are.being held in con- two schools. Gainesville white girl in February school activities include ir
nection with,the murder and it membership in the New
1955. Homemakers or America *
has been stated that there is a These two schools are among and the Journalism dub.
possibility that one of them could the top three of the Southern The two were accused of rapingthe *
Intercollegiate Athletic Confer- girl on a lonely lover's lane
have committed the murder
or ** *
been a witness to it. ence and the outcome of this near Gainesville after forcing her ..
game will determine the 1957 male companion in the trunk of: -*

Championship.Morris the car. :xM

,1 : Sarasota Negro Brown coached by Ed- Colson and Dunmore were rep .

ward (ox) Clemmons has been a resented at the trial by FranciscoA. ; .

PRICES powerhouse for a long number of Rodriguez Tampa attorney,' .*
: Citizens Awarded years never finishing lower than and entered a plea of not guilty.

third in the conference. The Wolverines However, a guilty verdict was ,

Beaches And Pool this year are expected to handed down in the April, 1955 .
Quantity t Rights Reserved -. Prices Good Thru Sunday. October 7th take the championship having trial without a recommendationfor ..
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,
r I lOst none from last year's team by mercy. This made the death

-wRCOFrEE19 Negro citizens in'Sarasota who graduation. sentence mandatory. *
for a long :time have requested a The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats Atty. Rodriguez petitioned the .
beach. were recently ,given two coached by Rudolph (Bunky) State Pardon Board for clemencybut *

beaches by the Sarasota County Matthews has been in the conference the request was denied. S .5
IDcH VORED
Commission. six years and in that time DeWitt Sinclair, Prison Superintendent EARL JOHNSON
According to reports the action has-won the championship once stated that Colson sang New Stanton Sealer
followed closely on the heels of a and has never been any lower and hummed as he was strapped Bilk School

threat by Pulitzer prize-winning than second place or runners up. into the electric chair and prayedfor Earl i* a Junior at New
novelist MacKinlay ..Kantor to the "Lord take Stanton and president of
to home.
The Wolverine Bats are expected me. the ID.Y Club. He S. active
) write an article for a national Dunmore was calm and composedand I in the Printing Department -
( to have a rough time gettingby of the schoo4He
magzazinle about the lack of said
the Wildcat All American candidate nothing to anyone. teaches Sunday School
swimming facilities for Negroesin at Allen Chapel A K t:
200 pounder Bruce Butler Church.
the area unless the. commissionacted *
who so far this season has beenin
WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER promptly. on every play. Graham ten second and men Rufus at halfbacks Doc ** *
LIMIT ONE Two sites have been selected Adams Sylvester
and approved by the commission Matthews is expected to start McArthur at quarterbackand *
one which would require filling what is believed to be the fastest the hard-driving Charles *
and dredging and which is in the backfield in Negro footbalL Two Manning at fullback.

locality of Ranter's home and *

another 'about one and one-holf I ifit
SHORTENING (Limit One with Food Order) miles south of Venice. RiTZ THEATRE

Reportedly, a poll is to be taken .

Bake Rite 3 LB CAN 59c among Negro citizens Ito see if FIRST RUN it
they approve of the selected sites. !
STARTS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4th *

DETERGENT (Limit Two ,Pkgs. with Food Order) Life Story of Fighter Rocky Graziano itit

Duval Splons SpeakingFor "SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME" rrr"is:
49c *
Large TIDE 2 PKjS( StevensonKefauverCongressman Added r

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"THE LONE RANGER"STARTS
a WESTON it
Charles Bennett
TUESDAY OCTOBER 9th New 8tanta Senior
and State Senator Fletcher Morgan Hif h School itit

win serve on a special"speakers' 'TAP ROOTS" Rentie is a member of
bureau" established by the the 1958 Ftrhtln* Blue
Gild -
Devils squad at NewStanton.
SMOKED Volunteers for Stevenson-Kefau "MAN WITH THE GUN" where he is in itif
SUNNYLAND the 12-B homeroom. His
ver Committee with"campaign school activities also include
headquarters at 228 W. Forsyth : membership in the
Hi-Y Club. Rentie attends ,
St. Jacksonville. Mt. Olive Church wherehe *
Attorney William H. Adams,, OCEAN BREAM .Ib. 25c is a member of Choir .
Hams 49 of Jacksonville will serve as i
3rd
the chairman of the speakers' bureau -. Te Build Up Your Reserve. *9* **
MEDIUM MULLET lb.
20c
it was announced by Henrj ._ 'J

Searcy and Carl Dawson cochairmen -. BULL WHITING lb. 25c Ceagraralatioa: free Papal
HALF OR WHOLE 8 to 12lb. AVERAGE of the campaign com Cola te hue three Merit
mittee. Special-Imported from Massachusetts-Genuine Award whuenl.

The speakers' bureau service! BOSTON MACKEREL' lb. 29c Uttea te Pepsi Merit Aww4elatatiea
will be extended to civic group:I Geaatae FloridaSPANISH e. Peed Gate
in Duval,' Clay; Alachua Colum TEEN.TIME WIHC. 190ej
MACKEREL Ib.. 35c 10
pia, Baker. Nassau St. Johns an year eftal, Sararefeys -
GEORGIA STYLE SMOKED Suwannee Counties it was reported -. I..ported 11 AM.

and civic 1.groups 'wishinjto VIRGINIA FLOUNDER : .-. lb. 3ScFa"o.s *
hear discussions on the Steven Oceaa View *
.SLAB BACON 35c son-Kefauver platform are ask:
to communicate with Mr. Adam: SPOTS . .Ib. 29c .

U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES or,campaign headquarters. LARGE MULLET.. ." : lb., 29c *

For That Strength Ghrfog Stew .- :

10 us 35c Stop pain of piles STANDARD OYSTERS .. =. pt. 98c it

Superior Te the Maiae Variety Says Fred '

TASTE O' SEA FROZEN OCEAN today at home FLORIDA LOBSTERS .. (Ib. 49c

-or money back! For BoUiaa }

Perch FILLET 16 <" PKj( .35c In Stainless doctor Paso tests InStant1J'amazing relieved; new MEDJUM SHRIMP .. lb. 59c Pepsi CeU .

nfles torture I Gave Intern and Chkke. of the Sea
external relief i 8 medicaIIlIsere Dealer of 1
SPECKLED TROUT lb. 49c
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Saturday October 1954
THE FLORIDA STAR ,
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; News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida .





S Petition Gral led Commissioned In U. S. Army Stork Deliveries Apt.Fate B, and Mars Betty Court,Herring girl Aug., 2133 10.

'C"tJ Citf Chatter I Rufus and Mabel Carr, 1085
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To Resiieiis, Reiman St, girl, Aug. 20.
.'. : sear." Willie and Dora Tobie. Jr., 94
ByE.A.KERSHAW j:4 ;Ni Elbert and Annie Clark 1562

: Of Stella Lake i:; q May Clifford SU, girl and Aug.Fannie 15. Johnson, Bridier St., boy Aug. 14.

Dewitt and Mary Jones, 2927
1548 Jefferson St, boy. Aug. 13.
= 264.Osceola Old St. Augustine Rd, girl, Aug.
Phone 2.5019I } PALATKA A group of Cres- Edgar and Beatrice DeVaugbn, 15.

I -_. cent City Negro citizens who for 646 Van Buren St. girl Aug. 13.

years have used .lots along Lake Lawyer and Evelyn Frank. Sr.

TALLAHASSEE.; FLORIDA The whole town is gassing about Stella for recreational purposes r5.r 802 E. 57 th St, boy, Aug. 12. CARD OF THANKSWe

I the 'trial which comes off here'as these few lines are scanned by you and claim they own them by Raymond and Ella Perry, 1486 the family of the late

faithful leaders of the Florida Star. Yours truly has reference to the riparian rights were granted a McCanihest boy Aug. 11. Deacon Simon Gamble take

trial of 10 Negroes arrested in connection with operation of a car petition of intervention in Circuit W A
this method'
.. lo, extend our
pool to boycott buses. Court by Judge P. B.
recently
thanks
to our friends for
many
TroubledIn
The group included Rev. C. K. nounce the opening of his Radio Revels.A 4- If Worried, their kind deeds and consoling

Steele, head of the Negro Inter- and TV Shop. This will be the year ago,-this same judge f -I Doubt words of sympathy during his
Civic Council and local president second attempt by this tal-
very issued an injunction against D. M. illness and in his passing. We

.. of the NAACP, was arrested on ented young man to make a go of Gautier and ordered him to opena CoMwIr especially thank Rev. L. D.

charges of operating cars in a it. Uncle Sam called him to colors 20-foot lane to the lake that he MADAM
w Green for such a consoling
car pool'.without a state "for hire' and put an end to his first business had closed off with a fence. s, STAR I] eulogy. also the T. R. Lawson

license. As CCC sees itregardless venture. This corner wishes Since that time the Negroes yqp' Physic Reader end Funeral Home for the fine ser

of'the outcome of the boycott for him a gob of success. have added recreation facilitiesat Fortune Teller rice rendered.

trial this week-the defendants the site.Gautier .
All Reading Private Signed: daughters. Mrs. Sal-
will be hailed by the Negro pop- William Gilliam blew'into town was denied a petition to and Guaranteed lie Hough. Mrs. Mable Forbes.

ulace a;, either HEROES or'MAR-. over the week-end from the city clarify the-old, injunction. Lucky Numbers Mrs. Jessie Fort. Mrs. Verdie
TYRS. of water, Pensacola. He's instructor The' Negroes representedby
pure were
Route 17. Woodbine. Georgia! Newsom and other relatives.
Many many things prior to this of tailoring at Washington a Daytona Beach attorney for Look Fort* Hand Sty

time in the dark: will come to High SchooL Gilliam reportsthat the NAACP.

light and many former self-styled everything is alright in the f 00B 7

Negro leaders will find that their city where the water is pure but
VISITED MOTHER
prestige in this man's town will the folks don't know it. Return-

have fallen sa low that their ing with William (Bud) Gilliamto The Diplomatic DrinkNO

chances of ever holding the reins Pensy was Billy Oliver former ..
UQUOR TASTE...
to' Negro thinking are NIL. Palatka coach who will handle

:For the past few months and at classes in industrial art at the NO LIQUOR BREATH!

this scribing Rev. C. K. Steele, educational center headed by Df.

pastor of Bethel Baptist Church G. T. Wiggins. FAM.U CADETS RECEIVE REGULAR ARMY COMMISSIONS
is the most talked of man in these I
-Li.CoL Samuel.Martin (left) and Cadet Lt.'CoL Chester J. Rhodes
parts. His name is in the mouthi Rev. and Mrs. S. R. Bright were 3
.both graduates of Florida A and M University were selected by the Since 1721...
every man woman and child made very happy this past week 1
Department of Army to receive Regular Army commissions. Martinis
wherever CCC has had And certainly had a
an opportunity end. they
from SL Augustine.. Florida, and :Rhodes is from Apalachicola. RELSKA.
to set foot. Many admire be for their recently inducted -
right to
(A & M staff photo by Samuel,Williams.)
the Rev. Steele and many fear his into the armed forces son. The World's

power over the Negro community. PvL Richard Bright paid them a yyY"x 4 ixA'G x, Most Honored

Never has such a person dominated surprise visit. PvL Bright. a June Putnam County News P* b

the ..Negro'people in the graduate of Lincoln High School. Vodka

capital\ city. Some few Negroes is stationed at Fort Jackson., S. C. BY E. J. VREEN -

have tried in vain to break the His senior year he was presidentof SOS, Madison Street Palalka Florida

confidence that many have in his the Lincoln student body and __ Phone East 5-3025
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leadership. But this really has made one of the highest marks of

been to no gain-for they have any person in this .area on the : \.Atj Mrs. Mable Forbes returned to in the home of her daughter and ;-L--

lost?the respect of their fellow army. entrance exam.. her home in Lancaster. Pa. Tues son in.law Mr. and Mrs. F. R.

Negro citizens.who they must (by day after attending the funeral of Brooks.

tradition) share. the social spotlight Friends of Miss Lillian E. Spencer .. p.......... her father. Deacon Simon Gamble. I SO and 100 Proof.MJ from Grain LRelsky&CIe.CockeysvRle,IM,.usA

are happy to-learn that she is PFC Donald Thompson a recent Her sisters.. Mrs. Jessie Fort and Mrs. Janie Bell Williams was a

resting much better at this_writ- graduate of New Stanton Senior Addie Newsom. returned to their very lovely hostess on Sept. 20th

Contrary to the reports being ing. Friends are welcome to visit High School was in the city recently homes in Sarasota and Tampa respectively -I to a very large number of her

circulated (each opening school her at her home' at 824 Eugenia ,to visit his mother. Mrs. Monday. friends at her ,beautiful home in I

term the SOS is spread) St. Eu- Street. Gertha Bossard, at 1051 Johnson Hastings celebrating her birthday JOHNNY SHAW

gene's Chapel, located just off the I SL He is now stationed at Fort The many friends of Mrs. Flos- Mrs. Williams who possesses

Florida A & M' University campus -: The management of the local Jackson/S. C. sie Belton are glad to know that I I a very pleasing personality was

is not ,a ,colored Catholic flick,the Leon, has a gigantic sur- she is able to be up and out again the recipient of a large number of

Church or a church built near the prise up his sleeve for all movie WILL YOU LOSE YOUR VOTE! after being ill for several days. :beautiful and useful gifts.

campus to keep the Negroes from lovers. 'Tis gonna be a dilly! If you are. not registered be sure I Those who were present to enjoy AND"Jumpin'

attending the Blessed Sacrament Marie "Coot" Davis has only to to get your name in the book. Mrs. Corene Ellis returned last I the festivities were: Mr. and

Church. St. Eugene's is a student say the word and Charles Brown week end from Thomasville Ga., i Mrs. Robert Henry Mrs. Claudia ,

center and chapel and is not even (the ork leader) will give her the where she spent several days at Stricklin, Mrs. Angie Weaver. Mr.

labeled a church. Here all Catholics break of her life. This is the sec- WOBSPROGRAM .and Mrs. Arnett Osgood. Mr. and
the' bedside of her brother who
regardless of race may attend ond timein five years that this SCHEDULE was quite ill. i Mrs. Molt Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell With Johnny"CQMDlG

services which .are 'scheduled for I talented shouter of the blues has .Mrs. Cornelia Grady. Mrs. Edith

the convenience of the studentsof i had an, opportunity hit big MONDAY nUDAT Mrs. Ruth Walker: was a very Hill. Mr. Eddie Vreen. Mr. and

FAMU. There is similar. cen_., time. 'CCC' hopes that she won't '':M lip on pleasant visitor in Jacksonville Mrs. Doe Taylor. Mr. and Mrs.

ter. Newman House located near! let this opportunity slip away as '<:8:M
Florida State University, for the the other one did. Charles Brownlet Greco) !Howard. Mrs. Lillian Hardy Mr.
I 1x1.713 Capsule Newt Weather
convenience of FSU students but j her chirp three numbers with 7s sae TOO KM Knight visiting
Catholics regardless of race may.I. his band at a recent local hop .1x1.5xs*> C:tt tlie Capsule Kid News(Bob Hudson* Weather) relatives in Gainesville this week: i Mrs. Eddie Morris. Mr. and Mrs.

attend services. The Blessed Sac AND did he DID fie DID! Here's .,**.J P.- 13 U:0: Juinptn Capsule with News Johnny* Weather ,Cannon. Mr. and Mrs._ Chester 9:00 10:00 A. M.

rament Catholic Church located. root shoot and Pinkston. Clarence Hall Miss Rebecca
hoping that you (Johnny Shaw) The friends of -
Mrs. Virginia
on Miccosukee Road is the par- toot "Coot," ltJ It.-e -111!/*) Gospel Capsule Train News Number* Weather OmeMelTta Ruth many will regret to learn-i Taylor. Mrs. J."E. O. Harris. 3:00 6:00 P. M.

rUb church. All three centers are I ( Grace) Miss Doris Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
11*e 1143 Caprale News Weather that she is quite ill in her home. I
open to the general public. Tii I 113 12* Gospel Train Number One I Thomas Merritt Mr. and Mrs. .

generally believed that the sourceof 1 HIXOSCOPE GUIDE 12** }2U Local(Melvin News Grace(JoyceJeyne.r ) Sergeant Eddie Brown who has I Charles Harris. Robert Say James ,
this is the ) King. Mrs. Genieve Cue. Miss Monday Thru Saturday
propaganda always
Continued from Page 2)
( 12:15 123 Man en Street (Shaw been serving in the Armed Forcesin
same. There must be some other Hndoa) Evelyn !:orton. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
UM 11:45 Jot Mart (Joyee Joyner) Germany for the past 2 years.
way to lead them into the fold. cess will not be lessened for the 12 AS; le A Woman*! Wend (Joyce arrived in Palatka: this week to Boynton. *;manuel McCloud. Rob- .
Jeyner) ert Ray. Mrs. Hattye Campbell.Mrs. !* .
waiting. le 13 Caprale Newt Weather the delight of his wife Alma and OVER
WCTV_has a direct hook-up, 13 2e Gospel Train Nubs his Lillie Cohen. Mrs. Lillian *
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(for those who don't have aMen i 23 JIt Gospel Train, NumherTwe Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses
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Born many
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than so much out-dated can stuff. (Johnny gnaw) Mrs. Jessie Felder and Mrs.
October 1st thru 7th issa Thomas will regret to learn WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S
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Speaking of the local TV
programs Future horizons brighten. This 43 Se Jmnpln with Johnny that she is quite ill at her mother's
kids are anxious to (Johnny Shaw)
roy period unveils a small part of the SM 13 Capsule Newt Weather home on N.. 10th Street.
learn if Negro boys and girls may future and what can' be seen S3 4e Jumpin with Johnny BOOKS CLOSE OCT. 6. Don't

be classified at "Buckaroos." I can should be taken as signs that you 4e 43 CapnU(Johnny* Newt Shaw)* Weather Miss Johnnie P. Wright has lose your vote. Register and vote ONLY ALL NEGRO
imagine that hundreds of Negro .*3 -:31 The Kid (Boh Hudson)
in the Nov. 6th elections.
have good reason to look forwardto SAXVKOATe been confined to her home for the

kids in Tallahassee and vicinity I it. Your sign provides argu- Sip on past week on the account of ill-
wondering the thing. .:It <*3 Capsde News Weather PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
are same ments for greater confidence in ails tee Beavat Road (Melvin ness. Friends wish for her a
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your mate or other,vital associates Te ,:IS Capnl* Newt A' Weather speedy recovery.
would/ (or could) invite his many! 13 8e The Kid (Bob Radian) Deacon W. M. Jones made I u worried by -Bladder Weakneu" to a
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Raiders IB October 20 Classic'AUAmerican' Signs To Fight PROGRAM BEGINSThe Fall session.


Spider Webb Jacksonville Recreation De- REGISTER NOW

halfbacks .Willie Galimore and Al Frazier will partment began its Fall program

lead the Florida A & M Rattlers into Jacksonville Oct. 20 to engage CHICAGO with Touch Football when the 221 EAST ADAMS
the Bethune-Cooianari..Wi1dcats'in.their battle at the Gator BowL Charley Cotton. football league met to begin the

.Both.Galimore and Frazier got} Toledo, Ohio, middleweight was main events of the season.
signed recently by the International
off to a good start in the Rattler'sfirst Matthews will be counting very The league is composed of mid-
Boxing Club to meet Ells-
game of the season in North heavily :on Big Bruce Butler 6-9, worth (Spider) Webb, recent victor get boys who will not be 14 yearsof
Carolina against North Carolina 200 pound center from Lakeland. age this year and junior boys
over previously unbeaten
College. In the game against The strong Wildcat forward wallis 3 3Y who will not be 17 of
a years age
___ Rory Calhoun to meet in the
R ____ Chi-
North Carolina College. the entire built around Big Bruce. Bar- } % _,. __ this year.
cago Stadium in a nationally tele-
Rattler team performed in mid. ring all ,accidents Matthews says b vised 10-rounder Oct. 10. The games were scheduled to
season style. he will throw full strength ,.a begin with Wilder at Oakland and
Webb who makes Chicago his
The showing of such stellar performers against the Rattlers. Such stal- Lavilla at BlodgetL The juniors of
home is ;
currently riding the ...
as ,Jess Heard, Dennis warts as Doc Graham, Herbert waves'of popularity. A one-time Oakland meet the Wilder team a.c.a
Jefferson Al Miller Jim Campbell Waters, James Hudson Lloyd winner and Blodgett is at Lavilla. ORAJEE.Gillette.
over Bobby Boyd No. 2
Bill Johnson and Bill Barkerwas Johnson. Lavon Williams. Henry ranking middleweight contender All playgrounds of the city were
enough to convince Coach Rainey and the other players who engaged in passing for distancefor
he burst into the fistic spotlight
Gaither ana his staff that the make up the Wildcat team will [ boys; the organization of the
with an upset win over the veteran -
team will be all set to defend its be rough and ready for' the Rat- g v'41 i Milo kickball league for girls and the
Savage during the early 1 t
conference championship.The tlers. organization of elementary school
part of the summer.
Rattlers have"set out on This game promises to be one of ,. touch football league.
their quest of another SIAC Con- the best to be played in the "' The renovated Wilder Recrea-

ference championship. which Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Jackie Robinson tion Center has arranged activi-

would come four id'.a row With Conference this season. It has ties on a weekly plan except Sat- Super-Speed RAZOR

the optimistic spirit that sur- been predicted that between 20- ,3, x k Says Older urdays and Sundays. The programof
rounds the members Of the Rat 000 and 25,000 will be at the Gator } rf Boys the recreation department has WITH BLUE BLADE

tler team and the. coaching staff, Bowl on the night of the 20th to x rw' been so organized that all games DISttNSEX STOLEN CASI AND
they will come-into Jacksonvillewith witness the battle between the Still Can Play can be in progress at the same

a strong,determination of mighty Rattlers of Florida A & M time under direct supervision of $10.0
University and the powerful playground directors.A .
upsetting any bid the Wildcats of I NEW YORK Many questions
:Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman full of activities has
Bethune-Cookman might have of have been asked Jackie Robinson program
College of Daytona Beach.
championship aspirations.On .
any concerning his retirement after
the other hand Coach Ru- the World Series the answer has

dolph (Bunky) Matthews of Beth- : Jr always been the same. "I'll con-

une-Cookman College says his Ezz Charles To Y.i w, rhb. sider that after the 1957 World

Wildcats will have something to .1. Series, I expect to play in that

say about the game that will be Londoner'LONDON series too." ,

played in Jacksonville. Coach Fight "I think we will win again next ,- ,c .
year for two reasons," said the :

For the first time 35-year-old Jackie. "First of all,

WATCH THIS CLOWN in the history of his boxing career we are going to have a lot of

former heavyweight cham- young guys who are going to beof
IN NEW ROLE Robert Mungen former Florida A.. and !of.
pion Ezzard Charles journeyed to tremendous help. They learneda ..
496-92-179 University quarterback is now filling the role of coach at Knoxville 'K,:.
London to box in a British ring. lot watching us old guys battle
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17-72-01 Charles, known to the boxing College. A native Jaxon. Mungen was considered one of the most this year." >
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ring as the in-and-out fighter was versatile players on the FAMU squad.SPOftTINGIT. I Jackie continued: "We old guys

5 3 scheduled: to meet the 22-year-old didn't do so badly either, did we?

7 0a milkman Dick Richardson.. ;1 guess all of us showed enough to
According to Jack Solomons, .indicate we had at least one more
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to British fight promoter, the UP !year left. We are going to have a! rr

fans were so eager to see a former good team next year." I

416-67-438 world champion in action, even if _

76-48-23M the champion is in the fading daysof BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON M ,
Robinson r
'" his career.The fight was a sellout With the baseball season near- Farland are far past due for their Ray SetTo

s..tI.ea ..... five days before' the fight ing the end of the lane for 1956, share of consideration from the
sa..tl wt ..'. Ova Solomons said: Tve returned the eyes of the sporting world Spartan coaches. The 225 pound Defend Tiile
He .44s, .. tNcb thousands of applications with will be turned toward the football from ; 2
Kelly, Sandusky Ohio, is a y
H. w riu H .R ...... sorrow that there are no tickets
world every weekend'when guard and the 230-pound McFar- NEW YORK Middleweight
left the high schools, small colleges land from Birmingham, Alabama, '>
Robinson
champion, Ray has at
FOR OCTOBER 13th Charles at 35 and defeated in
and all the is
tackle.
major colleges over a
last come to terms and signed to
this
three of his five fights ,
52-16-27 businessin year country battle for gridiron supremacy Others on the team are. Joel defend his title against Gene Full-
in the
started fight
prize
Jones, 220 pounder from Weirton, mer leading contender from West

1940.SmilD The major teams will be well W. Va.. who was shifted from end Jordan, Utah, at Madison Square ..

represented with Negro players to tackle. Sophomore backs are Garden, Wednesday Dec. 12.

3. GREAT DAYS who have made history from year Art Johnson: and Shep Begay, The long period of negotiating )
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Sunday Tuesday OctoWr 7-9 to year. They have been stand- from Flint, Mich. and Howard proved to be of value to the close
Rebt. Ryan 'THE PROUD ONES" outs in the positions they have Neely from Ypsilanti, Mich.. and watching Sugar Ray because out

Pl.t "DIVIDED HEART played. Over at Ohio State, one 'end Harold Dukes of Detroit of the transaction, he will'get 4'1n
WED. SAT.OCTOBER ''
10.. "THE tin BENNY URANIUM GOODMAN BOOM"STORY" of the most talked of players is II Big Jim Lundy of Perdue is a per cent of the net gate and the

13 Ala New Popeye Big Jim Parker. Syracuse has its 6-6,255. pound end,appeares to beheaded lighters' 60 per cent share of the

Jim Brown and Michigan State In the direction of an All- $100,000 radio-TV package.The .

has Clarence Peaks. Illinois is I American berth. His teammates Robinson purse will amountto

ROOSEVELT SKYYEEWSo counting very heavily on Harry include Mel Dillard, a fullback about $140,000 if the IBC prediction t

Jefferson and Bob Mitchell who and Erich Barnes and Tom of a "sellout$200,000" gate
S... ,W.L Oct. 7.10 *. T.... Oct. 7-9 unknown until the
was practically Fletcher, halfbacks. comes true. Fullmer will get
John W.,.. "TREASURE PANCHO VILLA1"LAST
THE SEARCHERS" OF DESPERADOES"CALDONIA" big moment came. Cornell has Bo Indiana is well representedwith about $20,000 on 12 Vt' per cent of

lit b. All Negre Robertson, Perdue, Lamar Lundy, Negro aspirants" including the gate, which.would be his big-
pt California has Jerry Drew and Delnor Gales, an end, and Barry gest purse. If Fullmer wins he
TA.NGKR
ASSIGNMENT"Tk.r Wed. GNU& Tlrars.. -.Oct.. *10.11 Southern California has its C. R. Johnson, a' halfback, who are let- has to give Ray a return bout 9
Kelly *
... A: Fri. .Oct. 11 .12 GREEN FIRE" Roberts. termen. Others are Tom Camp- within 90 days with each getting '

"CAPTIVE- itt CITY"R. -- sad PI., Big Jim Parker of Ohio State, bell and Jim Yore, backs and 30 per cent. .tr

"REET 'PETITE ft GONE" TRAIL RIDERS"Luis the 250 pound lineman can well Charles Dillard and Henry Tallen, :
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.r in. I S.t. Oct. 1213Jch.
TALENT CONTEST W.,.. should he come through with the season. Sophomore prospects are Washington.
SEMI-FINALS "ROAD. TO DENvt} brand of football that he is capable Willie Jones James Powell and Harry Jefferson, the veteran

FRIDAY. -,MITE ON ,STAGE OCTOBER 12* MMTANGIER ASSIGNMENT"- of playing. He has never been Jerome Ward, halfbacks. halfback fray White Plains, N. ALti
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knocked off his feet in college Over at Minnesota, they are Y., and ,Bob Mitchell. flash from

competition. The big man is a counting very heavily on a" roth- Hot Springs, Ark, supplies for the

powerful charger and a terrific er combination in Dick Blakely great running game of Illinois.

downfield blocker on offense- who won a regular berth at half- Abe Woodson. of Chicago who

FOOTBALL !. FOOTBALL Parker is practically in a class by back last season, and his brother, holds down the right half starting

himself as a linebacker.The Bob, a sophomore, who rates assignment is quite dependable at ver!

other men on the Buckeye highly as a fullback.Northwestern all times, Percy Oliver of Miami RE3I 'R
SECOND ANNUAL FLORIDA CLASSIC squad are Lee Brown, an end Jim has a pair of a fine guard and one of the,most

Roseboro is expected to come into sophomore halfbacks who' might underrated players in the Big

The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats his own this season at right half- crack the starting lineup., Theyare Ten, Charlie Butler, of' Hot

back. Aurelis Thomas might well] Wilmer Fowler, former all- Springs, a letterman at end.

VB.' fit in as Parker's running mate at! Phio halfback from ''Mansfield, Sophomores Brokemond Curtis

guard. 'There are Leroy Carr Don i and Samuel Johnson, who won Griswold, L. T. Bonner :Fred

The Florida A and M RattlersIN Clark and Phil Robinson, all are i All-American prep honors while Keys and Richard Leatherwood. This i is a delectable Cahert Whiskey Sour. Devotees
halfbacks. for ,Rochester Pa. r
playing
Wisconsin has a pair of fine
THE of the Sour the Cahert Sour
Clarence Peaks of Michigan j, The University of Michigan has running halfbacks in Danny Lewis place on a .-

"GAME OF THE YEAR" State has been tabbed as one of 11 one of the most sensational broken and John Bridgeman. Marty( pedestal.They also place it proudly before theirguests.

-*, .* the greatest all-around players in field runners in college competition : Booher, ineligible last season will And with sufficient reason. A Whiskey ..

; Gala Pre-Game and Ha -Time Spectacular the history of Michigan State. He! in Jim Pace. a junior return to tackle position this sea ./Sour made with Calvert Reserve is a refreshing *-.
has everything it takes to make: from Little Rock, Ark, The 190-
.; reminder of your own good taste-in all things,
the
featuring an All-American powerful running -I pound speedsier whose .razzle- son.Football fans will hear and see
Famed Fam-U and B.C.C. Marching Bands ,. passer, punter, blocker and j dazzle not only keeps the opposition much of these men during the generally, and in whiskey in particular. ; .

tackler and a quick and ready< ,on a wonder, but it, puzzleshis
1956 seasonOut, on the West Haw to Make Calvert Soon Mix juice ft :
Saturday 'Nkfht, October 20th 8:00: .m. thinker. I own teammates. Several of Coast there are some equally as 1 tsp sugar. 2 oz.'divert. Add ice. Shake until ;

r. "I wouldn't trade Clarence his sensationalw touchdown runs fine who were.not mentioned in .cold. Strain into Soar glass. Add orange 'slice @;

THE GATOR BOWL JACKSONVILLE FLA. Peaks for'any back in the country were called back in 1955. this list, but they will be, :aiert: cherry splash of soda.Calvert. #
," says his coach Duffy Daughter The Iowa Hawkeyes' All-Amer: week. I

,. '""He is our best football ican candidate is Frank GUliam,
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player." Another powerhouse in who was injured last year after 'i
Box Seat Reserved SecHoa&QO&50 General IIIps 11III AlII me.1kiI"1'.
-' the Michigan Statejineup.a John only one. 'game,and was' granted .
.. &; 50 $1.00Mail Hinesly a, product of. Detroit another full 'year of -eligibility ;

;,, erfca hr tickets .... MW befog eccepte4 by Peel I Hvtffle, B.--' .I Miller.High School.*Hinesly'overcame after he was sidelined for the'rest u
MSS Minuet; 6 tth.a.-Ciok.ea Celiege o.tuo SMC*, ffefUc, scholastic troubles in summer of the season Equally able on -
J.,ft. E. tee.Jr., toslMtt M.a. .r; FbrU A n4 M U ivenftT,, : ,school to regain:,eligibility.Two defense and offense Gilliam is Zemo, a doctors antiseptic : RESERVE "
Jt T.........- BtempUy relieve*itchinc ttopa "i
he led Michigan for his tremendous
Ticket* e. sail .fHr October 1st'at the felkvfaf JeckaeaviHeUirtim yeare ago recognized and so bdp* baal and .....i; ., 4 9 .
v', ; Metirwaetl Mask Stow, 60S W. Ashley; Cefcea 1..Un, State pass ,receivers -with 15 receptions competitive.' His teammates in- disa rmate Boy Bitty CAIVCRT, IISTIUtB" $ co., N.Y.C. AMERICAN' ILNMO"' .J Ii'";' -

:. ."It..JWMS, :BvHtffef- ; ..4',Harry FteUbute C.... 433 W. Bey.. for 231 yards. elude Collins (.Mike-Hagler, a ,...,.,. testofesatabbora zemo WHISKEY Sfi.8 PReOF '5" tRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS.
':: Hlison Kelly and Gerald Mc- halfback 'from Washington, and cues! !

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"Now" is the time for all good men to come io th* aid of..the I Street, South and sentenced him
party." These words hare been typed countless times by'stnd.nts a i f Airlixes To Hire Clifford Webb to jail without a fine.
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT
typing in hundreds of classrooms. To us here in Jacksonville. we saw Webb and Mrs. Bradley are said

paraphrase and-gire them a new slant. Let's say Now is the lima Negroes As Pilot; Must! Slay Out to have been sweethearts and fell TO REGISTER TO VOTE
for all men to come to the aid of JACKSON. The die has been cast- out and for several months there-
it is now put:up or shut up time. We hare our backs against he:wi after she charged he molested and REGISTRATION OFFICE OPEN
and we must fight not for Ernest Jackson but for the political,futui e New York-It was learned this Of Pinellas County threatened her. In late July a
8:30 5
,of all Negroes in this city. Jackson to the whites is a symbol oC tre s- week that the major America peace warrant was secured ,by, a.m. to p.m. Daily
passing upon the sacredright of the-white race to rule and dispeniJustice. airlines have agreed to drop. 1 its Mrs. Bradley and on August 11 he' Monday thru Saturday
Jackson us must become a symbol of determination to see policy of barring Negro pilots ST., PETERSBURG Clifford was arrested for assault and bat
that the will of the people be done. If need be we should go to. the from employment and other Webb well known political fig- terywhen it is charged he stopped Wednesday & Friday Night 6 to 9 p.m.

,)- polls ten or,ten hundred times. crewmen from employment and ure, voluntarily agreed to stay a car in which she was riding BOOKS CLOSE OCTOBER 6th
'Jackson name will not be on the ballot. He will be a "'writein"candidate. will hereafter,hire Negro personnel out of Pinellas County to avoid and chased her with a screw- 221 EAST ADAMS STREET
For your i information a "write-in" victor is still a victor; on planes.No serving 30 days in the county jail driver.
Negro pilots navigator for assault and battery on a former

Watch' the pages of the FLORIDA STAR. Complete instructions on At one time Webb was a widely
radio operators or cabin attendants friend. '
bow to vote will be published. Also learn the boundaries of the district woman known political figure and served
scheduled
are employed by any -
ou live in.. Some boundaries have been changed. U., S. passenger carriei. The agreement was made in the .in the State Beverage Department -
fie Alliance and chambers Peace Justice ClydeM. He also school and
;' must commend the Jacksonville Ministerial our Several unscheduled'airlines have .i taught
Democratic Ecutive Kissinger who had found tried and for shoot- STORE HOURS
'Governor for the stand they took in regard to the successfully used Negro person- was acquitted
Committee's failure to nominate Jackson. We appreciate their: Webb guilty, after a four and half ing to death a school boy in Ft. iIi

sympathy but we need action. Make yourself a committee of one. If neLThe new development was applauded hour trial, of assault and batteryon Lauderdale where he served as 9:30 am. to 5:30 pm.I .
you understand the "write-in" procedure, explain it to your neighbor. by the National Urban Mrs. Helen Bradley 1400 31st manager of a housing project.

A special plea to ,the "political leaders" and "civic clubs." Let League which has been working Open 'til 9 Mon.Charge .
us come'together and work for one cause for'the next thirty days. quietly with the airlines for the pm.

Whether you know it or not, if ,Jackson loses, you, are dead, dead- past four years. Its president,
dead. Theodore Kheel, hailed the new i

,,', Ken Knight tells us that, beginning next week the semifinalof policy as "an excellent examp Accounts
the "Rock and Roll" Contest at the Roosevelt will begin. Th of the American. Credo of equal HOUR Welcome

finals start on October 27th. The winners will get a recording cot- economic opportunity." Use Our Loy.Aaway
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*tract. You had better get your tickets early. Plan
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Those of you who watched the late show on WMBR-TV. Wed '

nesday: nite got a glimpse of Duke Ellington's old band. Of that ban Negro Judge CLEANERS S
':of the thirties only Johnny "Rabbit" Hodges and Harry Carney are 13"
still with Duke. You will see them at the Armory Tuesday night, Believed Chosen .
October 9.For me and Bob Hudson and all the rest of us Tennesseans;,
cuzzin' Guitar Slim sounds off at the Two Spot Friday October !5. 'fJII'Jnc.-
As Johnny Shaw says, he plays lots of "wallowing music." By EisenhowerWASHINGTON

? :The battle lines are drawn on the Blocks. On one fide of the
street Yankee fans are entrenched and across the way stand the It was reliably BACHELOR BUNDLES---
Brooklyn rooters. Sunday afternoon. Elmo Davis forgot he couldn't reported Thursday that President -
walk and threw his cane away. The boys took he and Peanut' for a [ Eisenhower selected Scovt

ride when "de Bums" stumbled in. Richardson for appointment to a 5 HOUR SERVICEBeautifully
Most of the Brooklyn fans are loud but don't have green stuff federal judgeship. Rendezvous

inspiration enough to bet. Elmo "Crack" Davis, Harry Puzi and Richardson is chairman of the ..
Black Suede Red Calf
Ulysses Arenciba are taking Dodger bets. Arthur "Peas" Simmons United States Board of Parole. Laundered and Finished e e. Black Patent Blue CalfHOWARDS
has forgotten his ill-fated plunge into the betting market last yea The post to which he is expected ....
_ and is again taking the advice of his broker"Peanut" PuzL He is following to be named is the United State;
the Yankees. District Court for the Eastern District -

:Ben Durham, Jr. spent last week-end in Orlando. He that the whammy is still on George Christopher's "Black Hawk. It He would be the first Negro -l ftJi; a 1f ]
just can't get started. Orlando entries won*most of the trophies. :' : be appointed a federal district
judge in the continental Unite
Virgil Hawkins. Paul Hyde and "Major" Reed spent most of the States. Re46.4.4 hoed
week in Jacksonville beating the bushes concerning the FAMU 911 West Ashley Street
There are three Negroes now
Bethune game on the 20th Chuck Smith. III and his staff gaTe ._ 215 Laura Street
in the federal judiciary.
holding posts -
the members of the-fourth estate a nice little affair at the Lincoln 416 Main Street This product hot .
William H. Hastie is a jucjg\ *connection whatever with The A ericM Notion\ led Gas
Golf,and Country Club Monday night. We see where Chuck and
of> the Court of Appeals for the
David Collington of the Rattler public relations staff have sent out Third Circuit in"Philadelphii.
a football dope book. Looks good.
Herman E. Moore is a territoria :
For Floyd Corley and the madam Annie B, we extend luck. This in Islands '
iistrict judge the Virgin FROM HEWS OM'S USED AHD TRADE-IN DEPARTMENT
young couple is waiting for a visit from the stork.Not and Irvin C. Mollison is a

only does Mrs.-Daisy'Ford provide fqr her customers com judge of ,the United States Customs -
fort,at Bubba's but she provides the drop-inners. "Miss Daisy" setup Court in New York
a,TV viewing section complete with seats. i Richardson' would be the first
p If:you fellows want to know the name of the fine blonde you Negro .appointed to a judgeshi;
have seen around the Deluxe, ask Gladys Williams. We will only 'y President Eisenhower. Hastie,
say that she hails from,Miami. Moore and Mollison were appoint
Friends of Morris Coppedge gathered to pay last respects to him oed by President Truman. USED FURNITUREOPEN
Wednesday afternoon. The presence,of the men who associated,with
"Coppedge" was silent evidence of the esteem ,his fellowmen held
him in.From the time the strains of the organ began until the haunting '
strains of the Alpha'Hymn echoed through the :wooded acreage YOU'RELOCKED
oi.Memorial Cemetery the friends of Coppedge shared his family's!
grief. We can think of no more.fitting epithaph than "It is not how
long you live but how welL" Coppedge lived welL
The laxity of judges and hoodlumism claimed another victim AN ACCOUNT EASY TERMS
last week-end.The life of Roland"Spooky"Smith was snuffed out bya
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switchblade. We are not passing judgment on his assailant but we
r think that steps should be taken to pass a sort of "Florida Sullivan MATTRESSES $12.157PIECE
COMPLETEIHHERSPRIHG '. .
Act" against these big knives. ',of the electionuniess
On the brighter side, Cleophus Howell and Dannett Thayer are
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Thursday for Alabama. The Bishop is about to begin his annual

conferences. HEATERS FUEL OIL .
There is talk around 21st and Myrtle that a couple of well known ... ., $7.95
gents in that area"put the finger" on the accused in a recent government t I '
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We still don't understand the smallness of the leaders in the TABLE LAMPS . : ::;. .$ 2.95
local United Fund Campaign. Not only did they cut off the Urban .
but they have rubbed salt into my wound I had occasion to KITCHEN CHAIRS :: ;
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watch the United Fund Kick-off Parade. We were made sick by the . .

way Negroes were segregated. Only the Boy Scouts and Visiting Locked: oat of the fan and eidte.m.nt.aorrfrteodaaatherroend- COMPLETE6PIECE ROOM
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There grouping all of us were just dumped on the tail end
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will spread their venom into the veins of youngsters in such subtle won't enD bar the right to com- .
of the colored kids plaia if you&*giect your right toDon" Bed Room '
white kid who marched in front
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would then believe himself superior. Negro
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who were not permitted to walk with the white "Y-Teens" but were year's key eUotkn*.If you're Just
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We sat in a meeting and heard Jacksonville "political leaders" Jot passed your 21st birthday,
twitter BOW. And start askmcif
_ state that the intellectuals in our city would not follow. We dis- your friends... CANE PORCH CHAIRS ,. $ 4.85
Anyone will follow true leaders.:Take the local Urban League
agree.
Many of ,us had called the group spineless and ,dominated by the Is your name *** PEEL CANE PORCH TABLES "$ 2.95
this to
"white Jesus. When the time arrived for action group a
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