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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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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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 13, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00295

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OUT FRONT Two charmers, who are way out front in the SEEKING NEGRO VOTES Above are the two men one of
Negroes have been deprived of
; women''world are seen here. Left is Mrs Ora Belle Mclver, Jack whom voters must choose to vote for in the November 6th elections.At .
their right to vote in Louisianaand
( sonville beauty salon operator who will conduct a charm course,at left is President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Republican Party candidate -
other Southern states Assist
the :YWCA starting Oct. 23. (See story,on Page 3.) Ai right is Miss Negro construction employee who was working on the new seeking re-election and at right is Adlai Stevenson. Democratic
Atty. Gen. Warren HI said
t Ellareeiha Trueblood of Tallahasseea: 1855 graduate of Florida A ft last Olney Arlington Hirer Bridge was drowned last Thursday when a gust of Party candidate making his second bid for the presidency.

M University. who hu begun study as an interne in dietetics at Monday. wind caused him to'oe_thrown Into the river. Because of such issues of school segregation. civil rights and
.
Freedmana Hospital Washington D. C. Miss Trueblood.has, also Olney, head of the Justice De- Another worker was tossed into equal employment in the face of charges from both parties the

enrolled ia fhe graduate school of (University and b'pursuing partment's criminal division, told the river but ,was rescued by 'a J Jpasser.by )ital despite efforts of a fire desartment Negro voters in the United States and particularly Florida will find

study leading towards accreditation by the American Dietetics Auo- he Senate Subcommittee on ". '_ J rescue team to revive the decision a hard one to make. Starting next week the FLORIDA

....0- .oiaYop.!he'tvtvsd aa aasstiat* djetitien! ei.the. Fem-U university Campaign Practices' that the department The drowning victim is Charles i J 1 m. STAR 'will begin a series titled The 1956 Election And What It
,.. mg ', ,Hr _. -,.. j.- '? xi* "investigating=-three LteR."h 13U:9IL24tIit5t Wbe -Jessie Robertson of'815 Jackson Means Tq Negroes54 /:
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t'hos-
specific complalnts"about "Tuiti- was dead'an iTtV#. ,l ,who also fell into the river was
Negro practices in Louisiana and : "
J escued by an unidentified truck

Asks Probe Georgia.He iriver who witnessed the incident' Lawmakers' Children
Tallahassee ; told the subcommittee that Jaxois Giving :md stopped his truck. He took his
the specific complaints about the
> I money out of his pockets and laid'

loss of Negro voting rights have Urban Leagie it on the deck of the bridge, then

But NAACP Not NamedTALLAHASSEE come from Ouachita and Rapides leaped into the water and helped Attending Integrated

Parishes, Louisiana and Pierce _. Robertson to a mooring.

County, Ga., A survey revealed this week County officers said the men
The City of Tallahassee last Wednesdayasked Early Hearings UrgedHe that a large percentage of private were moving a concrete form

the newly authorized legislative NAACP, committee to investigate urged the subcommittee to citizens and Negro 'organ when a gust of wind struck the Schools In Washington
,
the racial situation in state capital where Negroes have hold hearings on these cases before izations were cutting their con form about 1 p. m. Thursday and

been boycotting city buses for four months in protest to segregated the Nov. 6 election. He said tributions to the United Chest swayed it against the workmen. .. -

seating. ] public hearings "would result, in I Fund by 25 to 50 percent so as WASHINGTON A breakdown demanded by congressional investigators

The written request signed by ]procedure to govern Its Inn i. 'hundreds of voters being restoredto !o be able to make direct contributions showed that 67 children of top-ranking government officials -

City Manager Arvah Hopkins did 4 ration.They had left the meeting. the rolls." I the the"JacksonnneUrban Adam C. PowellTo attended integrated public schools here last year.

not mention the NAACP or the ;icwever. before the letter from Subcommittee Chairman Albert League which was recently The data was furnished by Hobart -|

Negro Inter-civic Council which :Hopkins was read. Gore said the subcommittee also! dropped from the list of j Support Ike M. Corning, superintendentof sister was a student at Murch

is spearheading the boycott. It' The committee did not discuss has received complaints about al- organizations supported.. by the schools, at the request of a School, where four Negroes were

merely asked the committee to ;any specific investigations thoughit eged anti-Negro discrimination fund. House subcommittee investigatingthe enrolled.A .

investigate the activities here of indicated earlier it might follow and will turn over to ,the Justice The reason for the move is WASHINGTON Rep. Adam effects of the Supreme-Court's daughter of Allen Reed

an organization "which advocates Gov. LeRoy Collins' suggestion Department any cases of intimidation due to the fact that many'seethe Clayton Powell, Negro Democratc desegregation! ruling on the public White House legislative analyst

courses of conduct which constitute to look into the Ku Klux .discovered. need for supporting the congressman Thursday afternoon school system here.. went to Coolidge High which had

violations of state law. Klan activities as well as the Olney complained that the Justice League because of the vital announced he has decided to Corning supplied data for last 20 Negro pupils.

Hopkins said the letter"speaks NAACP. Department "has no adequate work it is doing in the community support President Eisenhower for since the annual school census
and, declinW to if toward impreving health. year Sen. William R. Laird 'West
for Itself" say remedy available" to prevent reelection.The is not taken until later in
the city wants the committee to anti-Negro discrimination in vot living and employment condi- announcement ,,was made October.It Virginia Democrat has a daughter f

investigate to determine if the EtTcoji! Leaders ing.He said it was "indeed regret.table" tions. by Powell who represents NewYork's who attended Western High
l showed that Vice President where there were 77 Negro stu
behind the local League.wu
NAACP is boycott that the administration's"right The Urban drop- 16th Congressional Districtin
Richard M. Nixon's two daughters dents.
to vote" bilLwas bottled up ped from Chest fund support Harlem, in the White House
The committee created to investigate Mist! Staid Trial in the' Senate Judiciary Commit. as a result of what has been after a conference with the President attended: Horace Mann school Carl Curtis, son of the Republican -

,the NAACP in Florida tee in the recent session of Con described as "pressures" from which had one Negro child last senator from Nebraska, studied -

and report to the 1957 legislature, Staff Correspondent local ''hate groups after board His announcement constitutedthe year. at Woodrow Wilson High

said the matter will be turned By gress.Court Action Weighed members_refused: to;>> bow to the first break in Negro Democratic The children of two cabinet of- which had no Negroes.
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over to its attorney and chief investigator TALLAHASSEE City Judge i But he said the department is demands of white patrons to I ranks toward the President ficers-Secretary of Agriculture Clifford Case son of the Republican

when they are selected. JJohb Allison Rudd last Wednes- looking into the possibility of disaffiliate itself from the National The New York congressmansaid Ezra T. Benson and Interior Sec- senator from New Jersey -
.
The committee tentatively decided day refused to throw out charges bringing court action In the Lou Urban League and trade the decision to support Eisenhower retary Fred A. Seaton-also were attended Jackson School

on an attorney and investi against 21 Negro Council leaders in connectionwith and theIntercivic siana and Georgia cases. under a new name.It was made as a result of listed. where 39 Negroes were on the

gator in a closed meeting Wednesday [ of *Gore pointed out that under the was indicated: that an Increasing the President's "great contribution Benson's daughter attended rolls.No -i
but Rep. Henry Land of Or- a four-month-old boycott Corrupt Practices Act it is a number of citizens are in the civil rights field" par- Roosevelt High School which had children of Supreme Court
lando chairman said their names city buses. contributions directly : and 634 white children justices were listed since none
< crime for anyone to interfere witha forwarding ticularly in the first two years of 518 Negro
will not be disclosed until the The boycotters face trial Od.l'lon citizen's voting rights. He noted to the Jacksonville Ur- his administration. last year. have children of public school age
charges of operating a car
next meet 1:)& Oct. 18. that violators are liable to a maximum ban League which has officesat Powell said that the contribution His other daughter went to now.
The NAACP head with the Rev pool without a city license.used The [ penalty a year in prison 610 West Duval Street by Eisenhower. yas greater Powell Junior High which had' .
contended the
pool
,C. K. Steele and several council city car to and $1,000 fine.. than that of any other President. 214 Negro and 138 white students.Seaton's Florida Born Lawyer .
protesting Negroes
,transport '
sat in the back of the student at
members. told the subcommitteethat He disclosed that during their son was a
Olney
room and listened intently while :.work statutes., violates the "foe hire" in the Ouachita Parish La. 1 Ham Stabbed conference, Eisenhower promised Horace :Mann. Gets U. S. Appointment :

the committee adopted rules of to for early congressional Other Horace Mann studentslast
Council attorney Theries Lind. case some 3.000 qualified Negro press )
sey argued that the car pool is voters have been stricken from When Rivals Meet action next year on "right to year included Gail. Diane and John Woodward Newman, 42-

Mai merely incidental to the boycott the ;voting rolls since last Janu vote" legislation aimed at preventing David Kefauver. children of Sen. year-old lawyer living in Harts-
Jax Injured Estes Kefauver Tennessee Democrat Y
discrimination against
of the bus company and is not a ary., *ord. Conn. was recently appointed -
business venture.He charged that He said this was accomplished Columbus LeGree ,29, of '1026 Negro voters.Man Their other sister. Linda attended Assistant U. S. Attorney for

IK Ii-Law Fight curtailing its operation would be through a "scheme" whereby a Logan Street became the party of Gordon Junior High the Virgin Islands, according to :
number of white voters joined the second part after making a where there were 22 Negroes. Gen. -
an abridgment of the rights of an announcement by Atty. "
Is Indicted
free speech since it would ,cut of forces to challenge the qualifications call on his girl friend at 802 Short Also at Mann were the daughters J. Herbert BrownelL He is to -;
Hamilton 27 of Rt 1,
Frank of Sen. Thomas R. Kuchel,
Ne- Dennis Street and was leaving
Box 38, Moncrief Road suffered' the Negroes protest of segregated of previously. registered and Sen. succeed Croxton Williams.
California Republican
lacerations on the top and back seating on the buses. gro ,vofibs.Olney when another man came on the Oi Rape Charge Russell B. Long. Louisiana Demo- Newman is a native of Palatka. .
said a white citizens scene. Florida and'a graduate of Ohio
his head when he allegedly However in the 15-minute hear; ,
of of hiswife' ing Rudd said he could see no council was organized in the par- It was reported that LeGree met BARTOW Charles Haynes crat.The State University. He received his
to fight some Price
attempted of Sen.
and connection between free speech ish lash March to "prevent and his girl friend's other boy friend McDowell charged with raping a daughter law degree from the Columbia 1
*people at Myrtle Ave. and 33-year-old white woman, has Daniel Texas Democrat, and the ;.
he leaving
and the business of operating a discourage Negroes from participating coming up as was University Law School
21st Street. in elections." But he told a fight started between the two. been indicted by the Polk County I son'of Republican Senator William
When the fight was over. Hamilton public transportation system.The Jenner of Indiana, attended
allegedly attackedand Grand Jury for the alleged assault -
made his way toward Duval bus boycott, which began the subcommittee: Legree was Alice Deal Junior High where Starting Next WeekA 'J
man known
is stabbed
disenfranchisement by by a
last May 28, has been led by the MThis
Medical Center for treatmenLltwas enrolled last SERIES OF ARTICLES
victim McDowell was identified by the five Negroes were '
confined to Ouachita "Fuzzy. The was
only as .
of too much family Inter-civic Council whose president no means "THE 1956 ELECTION a
a case taken'to Medical Center by victim as the man who attacked year.
Louisiana. Duval
and not enough Hamilton according the Rev. C. K. Steele has Parish or private car. her on the morning of Sept. 24 as Two daughters of Maxwell M. AND WHAT MEANS -<::

to the record. been twice arrested on withoutthe chargesof WHEN YOU VOTE-WRITE-IN Sgts. W. C. Barber and F. A she was returning home from Rabb, a White House adviser also TO NEGROES"By $

Sgts. W. C Barber and F. A. driving in license.a car pool E.D. JACKSON Gruber made the investigation. work on a night shift at a bakery. went to Alice Deal while their Eric 0. Stefttoa 1
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Fog Two THE fLOUDA STAR Saturday. October 13, 1956

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t :: .NEWS._ 2"': .,. BY ERIC 0. -i!
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i P.UUK.d by The FwrtU Star Prtfekhtf c:.. far as I can see. Florida and Dural'Negro voters. hare liiileSo

choose from between the Democratic and Republican parties.
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Maitfa.* Mdnu:

,.... ,; .. O. Box 561, JackMarfHt.1, FkrMi"r' Everyone]
42): '!O.\\Strut,"'J.dcsoar fli; fJorl4c}.. -} PborFt&; Ia 44773 knows that the j I for the Negro people and the nation -

-- : .. Duval Democratic j ,as a whole.
ERIC\0. SIMPSON ; :Mwgi.g EefterStcff Party ,P1Ir On the local scene-Duval and

C.:Parbo..Jobaso..Newt! t\ dealt the Negro |I, Florida, most of the Democrats

.,.. wci* n people one'of won't
,. see my vote. Why? You
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!t c. Member of Associated Negro ,Press. the most rotten'deals < don't have to ask after the deal

that '
: ---- any 1 they gave Ernest Jackson.I .
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group of people I might add here that Ernest
'0..':Yw,"$5.00; Holf.Y.. ..", ,$3."; ,,;.,.. Meet**,, $J.tO: ( e-- : could impose Jackson stands a good chance of

: MeHed T. Yen JUywhere U HM UeiteJ Slate in a civilizationthat
SBlClptJou Payable. !. A4Y. .. Semi'CWcki:er Maey.Orltra. Te: 2 has being elected if the Negro people

FLORIDA, ;:STAR. p. 0.: BOX, 561 JACKSONVILLE IFt0UDA considerat ion any would remember to write in his
-"J name as E. D, Jackson in the

"*** for honesty space beside the names of Sarah

J integrity and Simpsonfair Bryan and Boree And the

Y liliDeqqlelC'Pro.le. play.I decent white people who believein

1 am referring, of course to the honesty and fair play will

AMI Gles Uoolked Duval Democratic Committee's certainly vote for Jackson so that

Negroes __ convention called by its chairman the ugly stain of dishonor will be

Edgar W Waybright, which wiped off DuvaL
WM MW M H M M W V M
chose a new slate of nominees for When I think of the fact that
We are well aware that delinquency is
juvenile a problem (%AVWP _
Justice'of the ,Peace and Con-
that exists throughout the nation; and we have observed such men as Eastland of Missis-

that in most parts of, the country jbe,.local authorities,and stable posts and selected the sippi and. other rabid southern
candidate-Mrs.
Sarah
civic groups are showing p concern lover': it" and are::inmost ____ who Negro attorney Ernest Bryan-Jack- demagogues are now heading
practically committee of
cases making strenuous efforts to curb wayward tendencies ; = x every
; son defeated in the May pri-
of.both Negro and 'white.youth '* maries.It importance both houses of
Congress, I beginning to
am wOnder
In Jacksonville, however we find that only paltry efforts
: will be difficult for Negroesto if it is not time for Negro
are being made to combat 'delinquency the white
among decide between Eisenhowerand voters to rethink their party affiliation -
youth while next to nothing is being done in the interest of Stevenson, because, as far as from a national as wellas

Negro. youth. I can see both understand the a local standpoint.

Judge Marion Gooding is to be commended for his need for, civil rights protectionand

judicial action in crime cases involving minors and especially implementation of the Supreme -

for his stern attitude toward parents who are found to be g4.Qy 1 Court ruling on school' de- Veterans CornerHere

contributing to their children's delinquency. However, because sefregation.
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"of either-teethless ,or ambiguous! laws, and in. some'I 'Airlines..De egregating.vFrom 'cf:Grudging Beginning, To Airline Pilot' In a few days after, after I are authoritative answers
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cases no laws at all, Judge Gooding is often handtied.The study the Democrats' and the Re- from the Veterans Administrationto

time has come, however, when our civic groups and LIBRA publicans' platforms and then get four questions of interest to

local authorities must begin thinking more about preventive < Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 some understanding from the former service men and their fam-

rather;,than.-corrective methods for curbing juvenile delin- -. October .13th thru 20th people close to the top men in ilies:
Your
quehcy' For it stands to reason that it is much more diffi- Weekly Changes mean progress. This both parties as to what we can Q. I am required to lake a
cult'tQ change bad habits or'delinquent tendencies in humansor : expect from both parties. I'll
: period indicates that you should physical examination to reinstate
animals, once they are cultivated, than it is to teach good JHtaroseopi; Guide reassess"'your beliefs convictions I' make up my mind as to whether my lapsed GI insurance policy.

habits'and channel them into, paths of good citizenship and Eisenhower or Stevenson will get
and mental attitudes when the: Would VA accept an examinationmade
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'' l.UCKy1DAYS' vote. On the national electionI
high morals VVHICH ARE YOUR FOR my
,. circumstances in your life point I by an osteopath?

Itis to be noted that a more vigilant watch is exercised to BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL out that this is necessary. Your I am going to vote strictly for the A. Yes, provided the osteopathic -
party that I think will do the most
see that ill-reputed establishments and other contributing growth is accelerated when you j physician is a graduate ofa

aspects to delinquency are not permitted where they maybe By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES are willing to reverse former I recognized college of osteopathy,

temptations to white youth. But, on the other hand, despite Stands if you discover they were I your hopes, and perhaps to their and is listed in the current direc-

complaints from citizens, it is very noticeable that certain unrealistic or: wishful thinking,i materialization. Present condi- tory of the American Osteopathic

"joints" not regarded as having a wholesome atmosphere for ,CANCER.:: which will advance your material : tions cap bring greater realismin Association.
youths are permitted to operate to the detriment of Negro progress., Your present position future friendly relations
I your
BoruAMarch 21 thru April 19 .,Born June 22 thru July 22 Q. I bought a house with a GI
youth.We October 13th thru 20th October 13th thru 20th leaves little room for doubt that: and reawaken your interest in loan. Occasionally I earn a few

think that our local authorities and welfare organizations Make existing ties more bind- you now have a firm basis for the; distant matters and places. You extra dollars on the side and I'd

are showing too little concern about juvenile delin- The Ability difficulties and success and restraints join hands. ing. You will require the sym- formation of sound opinions and:! will soon look upon life with new like to use this money to pay off

quency among Negro youth .It seems to us that rather than that pathic understanding and even decisions which will place you in eyes and obtain a clearer insightof the loan i nadvance.. Is there any

shipping Negro boys off to reform schools, and in'some cases I have hampered you of late will material support of your"mate or a better personal position. the role you have to play in it. minimum set for these pre-pay-

to jails with hardened criminals, it would be better to try 'soon disappear from the scene. In others close, to you to shoulderthe 6-44-50-:-17- -572. 540551262298., -- meats or may they be for any

to help these'youth before they fall into the channel.It the interim you may enhance burdens that are the price of amount?
of eventual
your prospects success:
is true that we have Negro policemen whose functionis coming'moves.This. attaining eventual success. Once SCORPIO PISCES A. Your pre-payment may be
by planning
to enforce laws but there, is also need for juvenile officers period is your opening the you have selected your goals, take Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 24 Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 for either one monthly paymentor

and policewomen to be,assigned to aid Negro youth who are for the, better utilization of way up the studies courses. that may October 13th thru 20th October 13th thru 20th $100, whichever is less, or in

easy victims because of'the'substandard'social and economic. abilities your and be required for their attainment. Inspiration walks in. That is, if Encourage ambitious Stirrings. multiples of either one of those
greater productivity,
conditions which we are forced to live. If your ties are established, lean you put out the welcome mat and You can set"your goals as high as payments.
returns from invest-
surer your more on the counsels of these as- are willing to make the character lou like as long as they do'not

ments or gainful endeavors. Bene- sociates 'and be "more inclined to alteration that ,the experiences of soar beyond the range of eventual
PILL THE PLI6ON
fit to the utmost from the cooperative .
Show Deienuiaiioi! share 'your confidences. This Per- the past few years have disclosedas attainment. The efforts you have
Negroes attitudes of
colleagues
your iod opens the doors to some bet- desirable, and perhaps even exerted, the knowledge you have STOMICIIIPSET
while share objectives
they your necessary. Your sign advises you acquired and the training
terment in domestic labor and you
Half-alive headachy,when constipation
and hopes. to adopt a more conservative have received in the stomach BUck-Draufht*
To Secure Their Civil Eights service relations. past, may sours
4-40-22-18-69-731. relieves constipation overnight.
9-100-177, -13- 5-324. spending program and frugal soon be used as stepping stones to Helps sweeten sour stomach too.

I ways. This should be your cue to prestige a career or business Untfn-StMttft Sratmr Warts Onrri0t!

of children TAURUS I start saving more systematicallyand enterprise. This period opens the No harsh crlpin Made from pure
CLEVELAND, Ohio The ,example Negro LEO 'vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
who went to school in spite,of mob.threats in Tennessee and Born April 20 thru Kay 20 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 amassing individual and joint way for negotiations to obtain essential gently Brings comforting uncorks clogged relief In intestines.morning.

Kentucky :"should answer' once and for all the false contention October 13th thru 20th October 13th thru 20th resources. capital for enterprises that Then life looks sunny again Get
that and their children are satisfied with Start amassing resources. It will 8-60 55-18-:73-495. 1 are solid and which hold long- Black-Draught. today.
Negro parents A new freedom rings., In some /. tofier or Ormnmlottd form...g4a
the education they ,are getting and do not want to take advantage be wiser to clear up old debts respects, there will be a more range possibilities. Temper enthu- % I* _, ftr4o-Uk* Ttolftt. toot

of the Supreme Court school opinion," it was asserted without assuming new ones, ando serious note in your relations SAGITTARIUSBorn siasm with patience.8556Q1681727.. ". '" "II"'J'U'l won wtaa- children aaa.tlp.tia.dl-

here by Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary.Mr. start accumulating reserves' with children loved ones and Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 seDnu.bt7h. ...u a'=i

Wilkins spoke at a meeting opening the fall mem- even if the process seems backbreaking those who share your pleasures. October 13th thru 20thLife's

bership campaign of the Cleveland NAACP branch. and interminably slow. You.should take your talents or lessons bring wisdom.
You should find that of
some your
"Whenever children enroll in school in front of a mob, Once you convince. your closest hobbies( seriously with a view of
tribulations
and frustrations of
". he declared. associate and other loved ones to utilizing them for the benefit of
they surely want desegregation,
follow .example" the future the recent pt may have contributed -
exercised their in the teeth of your humanity or worthy individuals.
"These people rights
greatly to your present stability -
happiness and security of all are
mobs and under the escort of the NAACP official There may be more work than .
guns, make wisdom and knowledge of .
ensured. The provisions
pointed out. "The children dared to go to school in the face of you fun in prospect for a while, butt life'and people. This should make K
for later are based on sound
now is all for the best far
threats of violence to their persons,They turned a deaf ear to as as it more possible for you to discard
principles.
insults hurled at them, not only by those of their own age 1-10-33- -83-723.GEMINI you 'and yours are concerned illusions and to settle down to a
Greater effort will also bring
group, but by white adults. more realistic .and conservativeway
material rewards in due
"They are the dignified heroes and heroines of this ,disgraceful larger of life. You can now start
and that is that
time, aphase F
business. Their white opponents wear the badge of provides making new friendships that will
Born May 21 thru June 21 a spur to your initiative.
shame before the world. endure. And once you feel more
October 13th thru 20th l-20--33--14-71-694.
Mr. Wilkins extended praise also toTennessee<< and Ken- secure, mentally as well as physically

tucky governors, troop commanders and white cit.fzensandofficials Go by what your heart says. you will find it less difficultto

"for the maintenance of law and order." Your sign is bringing a note of VIRGO add to your comforts/cash and:
seriousness and stability in existing Born Aug. 23 thru Sept. 23 possessions.
"But it seems to me," he added, "that all hats should be October'13th'thru 20th
as well as contemplatedunions. 3 60 8 15 67 315.
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off to the Negro parents and their children who had the courage Where are confrontedwith Action should replace inertia.
you
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and determination to ejoy their: rights under the law.
making ,a choice, select a Should you have allowed yourself CAPRICORNBorn
individual to become influenced by the
mature and wise as Dec.,22 thru.Jan.19October

Negro Group Caa Aid Florida Star Your your position helpmate confirms and counselor.that an'' trends sociates or or situations competitors in which are as-in- Meditation comes 13th thru before 20th action.

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opportunity to create or solidify, volved, it seems to be about timeto
Now that you are almost on the
the ties with such a person may declare your independence.You .
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of of
Advertisers eve a cycle great activity
By Patronizing establish have own life to lead
also provide the means to your which will place you back on the
this is of the basic natural
and
a firm economic security as one
upward climb, it would be wiseto
base. Also take stock of what the laws, and you should now figure ::1'a
After weeks and sometimes months of constant laboringto muster your resources of
is doing and if you out just how you propose to do
competition ; ___
Knowledge and wisdom based on ___
of Duval
the
put out an newspaper to, keep Negro people cannot fight it-join it. Your am- just that. A,spirit of enterprise,, .
County abreast of the news and call attention to any condi- your past failures or experiences.Your
: bition is being rekindled so let coupled with ability, experienceand
tions that need to be rectified, it comes as a terrific lift whenone wit, intelligence and enterprising greater' daring, will bring sign opens secret channels 1400 WRHC 1400
your for better of life
understanding ,
a
office call the telephone "
of our readers come in our or us on the betterment all around.
push.
to compliment us for the job we are doing in the spirit provide 3-70-88-15-67. 1 what it implies; and what it expects -

community. 2 ao-99-12-74-656. from you. A new opening KEN KNIGHTPresenting

Even though we know it is.somewhat far-fetched to thinkin paves the way for you To ponder

terms of a daily,paper in the near future, it certainly en- GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 and arrive at a.philosophy which

courages us when an, enthusiastic supporter tells us he is Us* dais CM: M. LM: ... .... ....t ,.....If. S.*4 10. .*t* (... 410.I. could rise far above purely ma-
wishing for the day when we will be able to give Jacksonville_ .I. cw) for each horo.c.p.J.o4 fcr ..IL; I...|. Mlfitawp .......... terial successes or world renown. KNIGHT TRAIN

** ..,...... Write ,....". This .ffe JMS Mt apply f* nd......h.f Do not deny your inner feelingsand ,
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a Negro daily.To the ........ .., :..... :' act accordingly. 8-9
those who have asked us what they can do to hasten P.M. 12 1 Nightly .

that day for us, we usually reply: 6-30-44-16-7-451- ..

SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS. I PAUO, FLORIDA STAR AS-; *, I SWEET CHARIOT

By trading with firms that advertise in the FLORIDA 1 ,. O.'.OX-i" AQUARIUS

STAR Negro citizens will let establishments know that theyare | J4CXSOJWIUJ 'J. ILL I Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
October 13th thru 20ih
in accord with this publication when it demands better -

treatment for Negroes in stores, better housing and living I"( '- ,: Changes mean progress. The Features
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conditions and an end to discrimination against Negroes in ... shackles which may have pre ,

local Civil Service jobs. vented you from ,attaining your BLUES IN THE KNIGHT '

Such action will also hasten the day when we'll be ableto I ***' .. *.' -*,'. :' state II. | goals should drop off.: And the

publish a daily paper. .. r t1i. '" r' old friends you, hay gathered 10:30 12 -- Monday Thru Saturday

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October II, l*3e THE FLORIDA STAR _
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Stork, ;- r-1.I' Out.Petple l ; ; = __. First Corinth _Baptist Church Tea Event I


Deliveries Mn. Essie Mae Tucker of 1532 H '

W. 11th Street is visiting in Cmdnnafi .
IJ n Te: Ohio. She will also visii

I in Chicago. m. and Detroit Mich

Wm. and Jessie Hicks, 1622 W. Mrs.,Tucker is a member of Central !

30th St, boy, June 18. CME Church serving as president
t>f Stewardess Board 3. r; .,
Wm. and PinkieJones, RouteI

Box 377, Dinsmore; girl June
Mrs. Jimmie Lee Lewis
18. con _
tinues ill in her home at 1741 W, _
Palmer and Gwendolyn Sim- 44th Street Mrs. Lewis is a mem
mons 311 N. St, girl. June 28. ber of Central CME Churcl1serving 0'U a
a
Carley and Ollie Kelley, 1977. in Choir 2. r
Baldwin St., boy, June 28. ; r

Johnnie and Victoria Williams, Members of Abyssinia Baptisl

1775 W. 2nd St, girl June 28. '.Church reported ill.include: Mrs

Willie and Cora Jones, 1106 Ophelia Gaines 2045 W. 16th St.; F
Foster Lane boy June 28. Mrs. Willie Mae Fagins Duva 1 WTI

Uslysses and Viola Mackey. 1473 Medical Center; Mrs. Louise Far

W. Union SL, boy June 28. ley 959 W. Beaver Street and .
Alto and Pauline Williams, 1377 Mrs. Sadie M. Thomas, 644 Courl r ;

Milnor Ave. boy, June 28. F. '- _

Joseph" and Gladys Pete Gen. ,
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Del, Baldwin girl,.June 29. Mrs. Ozella Brown and daughter .1 .,& .. N ,I' r" E .' :
Leonard and Sonia Williams, Althea, of Cleveland; Ohio,

1016 W.,Duval St, boy, June 29. were the week end guests of Mrs, t fI" :
Earl and Lucille ;r Jefferson 2260 Allean Harrington, 1612 N. MyrtlE ; '. :

McCoy Blvd. boy, Jane 29. Ave. Mrs. Brown and daughtwere ,
Frank and Mae Allen 7723 Horton en route from ..

Lane, girl June 30. where they visited her er'r : ,
Auther-and Mary Harper; 1135 She is the wife of J, I 1>

Beideir St boy July 1. Brown former musician of .. .. ,
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Clifford and Lavern State. "' '
: Cohens fi- .. '.
Jr., 712 Johnson St, girl, July I. ',., '.:.\:
,Chas. and Edith Cockfield, 1353 The Rev A. D. Harris pastor oi > ',:-, ; r
Cleveland St.. boy, July 2. Bethel AME Church. Callahan. hill .. ji $ ;

Edgar:and,Mercey Leath 1353 in the Brewster Hospital. ';y ,

Cleveland.St. boy, July 2. ...'''', e cz.r ,
- David and Eddie Prather 1424 Mrs. F. D. Wilson of-3221 Mon :

Illinois St, girl, .July 4. grief Road, left the city recentlyfor < '- '

Hubert: and Helen Brown, 1157 New York City where she will ....- ;wi. ,. "' ; 0: k .Yr
Pacetti St, boy, July 4.. visit relatives and friends. :Potrs.f : '. ,b .., ,'I --

'Chasl and Mary Laghtner, 218 f Wilson is a member of Mt Olive ... AME Church. ,-'. ..', ..' :'v "j.:,: :: : '" ,,4; : ':'t"'{ ;s ,
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Copelandt St girl July 4. ,,' ," ....
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Chas. and Shirley Sullivan. JaxBeach ->:" ):_. ;: < .. ;.". y <

girl,.July 5. Mrs. Daisy Ray and 'daughter, PARTICIPANTS AT TEA- Supporters of First Corinth Baptist Church's annual :are shown at the scene of the event. Top photo. left to right: Mrs. Margaret
Alex and Constance McLain Pamela of 7166 Luke Street left Simmons. Mrs. Dorothy Murray Mrs Mable N. Hill. Mrs. Mattie Bryant. Mrs. Mary L. Sims Mrs. Estella Carter. Mrs. Pearl Davis. Mrs. Virginia Harris. Mrs.

749 N. SL Court boy July 5. the city recently for New York P Ruth Bryant Mrs. Marion Hilstork Mrs.-.Sarah Odem and Mrs. Julia Sampson. Bottom photo left to right: Mrs. Jannie Dunbar Mrs Patsy Davis. Mrs. Rosa Lee I
Velma City'to visit relatives and friends.
Willie 'and Pittman. 703 Thorpe Mrs.Viola Law. Mrs. Mary McDonald Mrs. Dashie Tillmon Mrs W. L. Jones. Mrs. 1.. Orena Wilson. Mrs. Odessa Burgess. Mrs. Susie Williams. Mrs. Mary
Jessie St, twin girls June 7.Wilbert Campbell and M. F. Smith. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS
and Jonnie Lamb. 1335. Mrs. Elease Davis of 1735 Ella

Spearing St, boy, June 8. Street suffered injuries in an

Tucker and Rosa Harvey 1039 automobile accident recently. Mrs. Delta Sorority Ora Mae Mclver To Conduct CourseIn Postal Employees GroupTo p.Rev.m. at S.St.L Paul Badger AME Church.pastor of

Palmetto St, boy June 9, Davis is a member of Grant Memorial
Emanuel Baptist Church will be.
Caphas and Dorothy Carter, AME Church and serves Observe AnniversaryThe
Presents Tenth the speaker. Some of the
2320 Thames St girl,,June 14. otf the J. W. Burroughs Club. Charm For YWCA Young AdultsMrs. city's guest leading talent will appear.
Nathinal and Rub McCloud National Alliance of Postal
A-2C and Mrs. Hatcherof AnnualMusical l You are cordially invited to be
1725 W. 17th'SL. girl June 15. Kylon Employees Jacksonville Branch,
Elizabeth and Annie Bartley. Duluth. Minn. are in the city will celebrate its forty-third anniversary our guest on this great occasion.
Ora Mae Mclver owner and operator of Mclver's Beauty
Route 1, Box 282B, girl, June 17. visiting Mrs. Hatcher's parents Sunday afternoon at 4 Clarence Jackson is president
Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter of Lounge, 1362 Hart Street, will conduct a six weeks' charm courseat
and Eliz. 1731 Mr. and -Mrs. Roosevelt Mitchellof
Wm. ,
Christopher
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will the A. L Lewis Branch YWCA 582 West 8th Street .
Althera Rd... girl June 18. 1445 Mt. Herman St
present its tenth annual fall musical Included in the course will be
Willie F. Bartley and Mildred,
1627 W. 36th St., boy,'Aug28. .J.lrs.Eula Jackson is. ill in the Sunday _October 28, 8 p. m, sessions on care of the hair, which Business Women You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
at Bethel Baptist institutional will include and
Levi and Marguerite Anderson ,Duval.Medical Center. Mrs. Jack styling, coloring
Sr. 713 Minnie St, boy, July 'son is a member- of Queen of Church. hair preparations; care of the
Thomas and Ruth Smith, 30'f Sheba. Court. .19, H of J. Two of,Delta's talented, sorors skin, which will treat' the properuse Meet SaturdayThe LOW PRICES
Milnor Ave, girl,July 31. Helen Stoddard and Padrica Mender of cosmetics p.nct: make-up;

John and Delia L. 'Brown, 4802Avenue W. M. Johnson of 1424 W. 15th will appear as soloists on this figure control through proper eat-
B, girl July 31. St, returned to the city recently occasion. Also the Delta Chorus, ing, exercise and use of machines; Business and Professional On Your
under the direction of Soror MaryL and foundation garments and cor- Women's Club of the Branch
James C. and Mary Brooks 725 from Cleveland, Ohio where he
Betsch, will present several rect wearing appareL Demonstration DRUG STOlE NEEDS
Court F, girl Aug. 1. visited. relatives and friends. He YWCA will hold its regular
deacon in Second numbers. models will be selected from monthly meeting Saturday night,
Wm. fend Doretha Adams, Jr., ,is a Baptist
900 W. Ashley St, boy Aug. I. Church. The sorority's previous musicals the--class. October 13, in the home of Mrs.
Trade With; Your Neighborhood Drug Store
have been unique and distinct in
Bessie 731 W. Church
John and Ethel Smith, 4224 Mrs. Mclver, a new Jackson- Thompson
theme and setting. It planning ville resident, is well qualified to Street.
Ave. girl Aug. 3.
Myrtle to make this one of the year's We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
Norman and Mildred Tray Sr. conduct charm courses having received All persons applying for mem-
6011 Iris Blvd, boy, Aug. 3. Miss Betty Asque finest musical presentations. her training at Rose Mor-I bership in the group are invitedto Your Local' PapersWOOD'S

Willie and Leatrice Roberts, gan's House of Beauty in New be present at the meeting

1061 W. Ashley SL, boyr Aug. 21.' Is Featured SoloistIn Les Coquettes Club York City' and having served as along with the current members.Mrs. .

Alonzo and Tura Gooderv Sr;; Dramatic Recital personal hairdresser to the famous Samuel L Lynch, presi- PIXIE PHARMACY
618 Jefferson.St, boy, Aug. 28. Plans Program At Y talented singer and actress dent of the club, will discuss laws
Andrew and Bernice Lewis Sophie Tucker. Her tour of Europe pertaining to the group after- 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE

1448 Milnor St, boy. Aug. 15. I Miss Betty Asque, daughter of A coffee is planned for Sunday, with extended visits in Lon- which other business will be com- PHONES EL 3-5397-91
Edward and Vivian Hill 1343 :Mrs. Inez Asque of this city, will Oct. 21, 4 to 6 p. m. in the Branch don, Paris, Edinburg' and Glas- pleted and the fall activities out w. Doltror Wo Alto fir AH Doctor? Pnscdptk.s
,be one of the soloists- eatured in Scotland serves as a wonderful -
W. 15th SL, girl Aug. 9. YWCA. gow lined. PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE
the fall dramatic and musical re- Members of the Les Coquettes background for information ,
Mrs. Eva Satterwhite and Mrs.
cital to be presented in Simpson Charity Club is sponsoring the on fashions. Bessie will BILLS AT OUR STORES
Thompson serve as
MUM MUSCLES Methodist Church-Monday Octo- coffee and they' have an inter- Mrs. McIver comes to Jackson hostesses. ,

ber22at8:15p.m. esting .program outlined for the ville direct from Miami where she

*...* ..<.. <* tN.e, s.... ..** ... Miss Asque is a student at New occasion. operated "Mae's House of Beau
.......ANeACICe.........,....... 'Stanton Senior High School anda ty" While there she studied
AMAGIC etft fa**.trin....fi....
ftIW....*..!.....CTANftACK..*..!. soloist in the Stanto-Musi-Chor under and worked with J. Baldi. UP2&"PQ 9
.w-b&-ii ...,wrt i innrienttef < .R .... t.. She is a member of the Olivia H. Moilhly Form famous hair stylist
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Baldwin Y-Teen Club and attendsSt. The classes will begin Tuesday Friday

Pius Catholic Church. to Hear Cahill October 23 and ,extend throughsix EreninqDINING

She has participated. in numer- consecutive,, Tuesdays, ending ix for and .Originators LEARN TO DRIVE ous local programs and will be Having closed three years of November 27th. t
Miss Rose Harrison successful operation St. Paul's
accompanied by Advance registration and in-
Ill Qeickett The IntelWey
1. Uei this occasion. ACE League Monthly Forum formation may be obtained at the

Others making appearance at looks forward to "another year of YWCA or by telephoning Mrs.

AJAXDRIVING this time will beMiss Betty outstanding achievements in its Lois Hilt Young Adult Director, .
SCHOOL Richardson Miss Beverly E. Col- program of Christian Leadership at EL 67768. s // 1
The Forum Committee, headedby
son and Miss Yvonne Walker.
CALL El40639George Andrew Boston, has securedthe
Misses :Loretta Young. Angie .. .. -

Perpeaa Gardner'and Harriet Witsell are iff-elect services Al Cahill Duval County's who will Sher-take Wedding Bells you owe if laSibp I I I

1134 W. 5th Street included- among. the hostesses- for. office in January. Mr. Cahill is a
t this affair..
well known figure in the insur- Applications for Marriage
-- ance field and is now busily en- Licenses

gaged in acquainting himself with

\ the duties of a great responsibility -
Willie G. Kendricks 1484 West
which affects the lives of
-- 21st St, age 41, and Frances L.
all the citizens of this community. 1.
-: / Montgomery 1615 W. 10th St
The programs of the Forum are
| designed to enlighten and provoke age 40., /
James L. Jones 223 Elm St,
constructive and
thinking -
fvSNERStWOILI'S age 23 and Doris Riley, 223 Elm
action for the good of all citizens.
Time will be allowed for ques- St, age 20.' 1 1K I
tioning the speaker. It is very Wm. E. Owens, 1010 W. Monroe
St 42 and Dora M. Jenk-
necessary however that all questions age
or remarks be short and to ins, 1010 W. Monroe St,.age 39.

FAITH miff** the point as time is set accordingto Tommie L..Mumford, 1012 Oak

HAIl'- STSAMHflNM. the overall schedule of the ley St age,20 and-Annie M, Griffin
ntfUCXMNfi. w church. The program is scheduledto 1016 Oakley St, age 20.

% begin promptly at 6 p. m. and Lester Richardson. 1205 W. 18th V

is open to everyone. St. age 18 and Cora L Shuman, "- ,

ICU AT AH ... \ 1506 Swan St, age 17. f -,j .

< by efl Me4 h.... daplt Eugene R. Henderson, Marietta,
rn : M141i1ETHiQ Texas, age 24 and Helena M. Fire- .r

Y@Q! all. 1355 W. 9th St. age'25. City Parking e o e Open

R IT aAm:1i.Ar: lIaI'N Arthur L. Curtis 1480 West D Friday ;.
2 Blocks
Union St, age 29 and Evelyn Williams
A t..+.p.r ovresoQ b a sr..t 1480 W. Union St, age 3L i, Away Until "' t

Robt. Edwards, 1817 Louisiana tint NIWNAN 5P.M.77
.r e.r.er _. _.. .
.e + St, age 32 and Earlena. J. Walden,
1066 Scriven St, age-25.




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East.> Florida And Bethany Assn. Annual Meet Set For Oct. 24 I





Officers Aid Committee Ckairmei II Hand In Hand With Beautyr-r I rI Mrs. 0. Bradkam Women's Day Musical Program


Named For Sixty Third SessisiThe Will Review BookSloan To Be Observed Is Sel By ShilohThe


kaAY At Beifael AME
East Florida and Bethany Association will hold its Si ty- ; Wilson's "The Man in the .. first fall musical recital ofSenior

third Annual Session in Second Baptist Church .954 Kings Road, Gray Flannel Suit" will be reviewed Choir 1 of Shiloh Metro-

beginning October 24. by Mrs. Olga Bradham at CALLAHAN The women of politan Baptist Church will be

The initial programfor the session St. Paul AME Church Sunday, Bethel AME Church are making presented at 8 p. In., Oct. 22 in
October 14, during its Fall Gar ( the main auditorium of
will be sponsored by the preparations for the observance of the
den Tea scheduled to be held church.
host church. Ba.ecI.mg Day their annual Women's Day activi-
Officers and chairmen of the from 4 to 6 p. m ties which will be held Sunday Various choirs of the city along

committees of the association are To Be Observed Mrs. Bradham is head librarianat Oct. 28.Mrs. with other talented personalitieswill

as follows: the Rev. K. D. Britt, the Wilder Park Branch Li- Will Ella Akery Harris, participate in'this initial pro-

moderator the. Rev. W. M. Hill, At New Betbel brary and she has given excep- wife of the pastor, the Rev. A. D gram. Miss Josephine Browning
vice moderator; the Rev, J. A. tional performance in past re Harris, was elected general chairman director of the group is ably assisted

Wright,:2nd vice moderator; the views. and Mrs. Albertie Lambert, by Mrs. Alyce L. Mack,

Rev. J. D. Hughes 3rd vice moderator Bethel Baptist Church will hold There are other aspects of the I co-chairman. The Sunday School organist.It .

the Rev. C. L. Culver, its annual Homecoming Services 4s planned program that will be especially I,will begin the activities that will was announced by Amos

treasurer; W. G. Patterson, recording Sunday, Oct. 14, at 11 a. m. and { Y 3? appealing to garden cir- continue throughout] the day. Mrs. Cooper, president of the choir,

secretary; the Rev. L. C. 7:30 p. m. cles and persons interested in gar Gussie Torrence will be the guest that the group is working diligently -

Way, corresponding secretary; Dr. Sandy T. Ray, pastor of ;:cI dening. Others appearing on the speaker for the 11 a. m. service. to perfect the program for

Mrs. Alberta J. Williams public Cornerstone Baptist Church in I program include Mrs. Vermell The following ladies are cap- this occasion.

relations secretary; the Rev. A.'C. Brooklyn, N. Y.. and president of I I ar. Glover, Mrs. B. B. Vaught, the tains for the day: Mrs. Array

Robinson, statistician; the Rev. H. the Empire Missionary Baptist: male chorus of St. Paul Church Byrd,Mrs. Minnie Lawrence, Mrs. PATRONIZE

H. Robinson, executive board State Convention of New York I and persons whose names will be Beatrice Baity, Mrs. Carrie Lee Florida StarAdvertisers

chairman; the Rev. G. T. McCall, will be guest minister for the eve- J announced at the beginning of Flayer, Mrs. Bernice Hicks, Mrs.

mission board chairman; the Rev ning service.Dr r m the program. Angie Barney, Mrs. Mary E. Ben-

W. C. Neal education board' Robert H. Wilson, pastor of Mrs. Erma Bryant and Mrs. jamin, Mrs. Mary Boatwright

chairman; Silas McKinney, mis- Bethel Baptist, announces that a Dorothy W. Bacon, chairman and Mrs. Mildred Simmons and Mrs. 45th Street & Ave. 3
sion board secretary; the Rev. R. special,section of the church will co-chairman respectively of St Rhuel Morgan.

H. Wilson,,education"board,secretary be reserved for districts, and an j 1'A beauty to her fingertips-this modern homemaker will never Paul's Women's Day activities, The following committees com- ResidentsDo

and treasurer, Attrus,Fleming attendance banner,will be awarded. I hare Time on her hands. Why? Because she knows that chapped sponsoring the tea. plete the organization formed by Your
Shopping At
finance chairman; the Rev. work-roughened fingers can add yean to her age. She knows that the pastor, the Rev. A. D. Harris;

,J. C. Rogers, constitution. It is also announced that the her pretty appearance hands are important as a. beautiful to' trate deep into the skin where it program Mrs. M. E. Benjamin, Sales Sundries

The Rev. I.. C. Way, nomina- Deacons Popularity Contest will face. And she knows the secretof smooths, softens :and actually Dinner Sales Friday Mrs. B. Hicks and Mrs. Maggie

tion; the Rev. J. Hughes place; terminate in the evening service, keeping them as soft and heals chapped irritated tissue Hill; beautification-Mrs. HelenE. 45th St. near Ave. TB
A. Heard, temperance; the Rev. with awards to deacons makingthe smooth as they deserve to be.. and counteracts ;the drying: effects Saturday For Mt. Ararat Cartel, Mrs. Bernice Edwards
Between household tasks she of soaps and detergents. DRUGS NOTIONS
W. Hill: bills 'and accounts; the five.highest financial reports. spares asecond to apply a few That's why she keeps a large Mrs. Erma Jones. Mrs. Mary L. CANDIES MAGAZINES
Rev. J.-J. Jones new churches; Music for the homecoming serv- drops of Chesebrough-Pond's An- plastic bottle of lotion in the Roberts and Mrs. Louise Lawrence CIGARETTES ICE CREAM
the Rev, J. A. Wright, digest of ices will be furnished by the gel Skin Hand Lotion. This delieate kitchen and in bathroom-so Barbecue and chicken dinners ; publicity-Mrs. B. Hicks, WE TAKE IN LAUNDRY
pink balm is able to. pene- beauty is always near at hand. will be sold in the home of Mr.
letters?tJ e Rev. H. T. Overstreet, church.choir and the local choral Mrs. R. Morgan Mrs. Bernice AND DRY CLEANING
and Mrs. U. S. Malloy 1673 W.
reading of church letters chair- groups.Womei's. Coachman, Mrs. M. E. Benjaminand
15th St., Friday night,Oct. 12, and
man David Washington, honor Mrs. Geneva Adams.
all day Saturday, Oct. 13L
roll chairman;J.S. Natlaw. badge Second Church Mt. Olive Primitive Ways and Means:, Mrs. R. Mor-
Baptist The sales are sponsored by District -
chairman;' the Rev. J. L. Hall, Set! gan, Mrs. A. Byrd, Mrs. Helen COME OUT. .
20 of
Day Mt. Ararat Baptist
resolution chairman and district District Meets SundayDistrict Announces ActivitiesThe Church for the benefit of the Carter, Mrs. M. Simmons, Mrs. To BEAUTIFUL
missionary; and the Rev, E. R. M. Boatwright, Mrs. B. Baity; fi-
Al AME ChurchThe church:
!
Simpson printing committee nance-Mrs. M E. Benjamin, Mrs. MAGNOLIAGARDENS
13 of Second Baptist Willing Workers will appear Deacon M. T. Brown is leaderof
chairman. Albertie Lambert, Mrs. R. Mor-
Church will meet Sunday, Oct. lat 4,, at Mt. Olive Primitive BaptistChurchSundaymghtOcLl District 20 and the Rev. Mr.
Other ministers and laymen wills gan, Mrs. W. E. A. Harris, secre-
women of'Varick Memorial ,4 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. D. J. Graham is the church's pas
rve on the various committees. AME tary, Mrs. M. E. Benjamin; treas-
Zion
Church will observe A. Wallace. in after-service tor.
During the association meeting their annual women's day cele- an program. urer Mrs. R. Morgan. And Inspect
,
the Junior Women's Conventionand bration Robert Givings is deacon in Choir 1 of 'Mt. Olive Primitive Miss Barbara Reed is the chair-
Oct. 14-
the Ushers and Brotherhood The Rev.Sunday Mrs., Marie charge of the district and Mrs. O Baptist Church will sponsor a man of the "Little Women" de- The New Homes

Union will conduct their sessions, will speak at the Washington morning- A. Stewart is president. State Rally program Sunday Oct,, BAPTIST MINISTERS partment. The group will have Now Being Built

under'the leadership of Mrs. MaryK. worship and Claudine .Williams 14, immediately after the evening charge of the service at 4 p. m.
.Mrs. WILL MEET MONDAY
Gibson, Mrs. Mary K. Heard will speak at the evening service. The rally will be for the A visiting minister will admin- Two or Three

and Carl Jones.workshop service. Dayspring Church ChoirTo benefit of Georgia.Friendship ister the Holy Communion be- Bedroom Homes
A'" ; the missionary group for mis- of Duval and adjacent coun- Concrete Block
acting pastor for, the day and Observe
sion work. AnniversaryChoir Baptist ties will meet, on Monday, Oct. and Brick Homes
Mrs. E. H. Denmark is general
Plans have been made for evangelistic : 15, at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Bap- Day Set
chairman of the event. Announces Activities Monthly Mortgage
No. of
and instructional phasesof 1 Day Spring Bap- tist Church.

:the convention, which will be tist Church is holding its Seventy- The preview of the Sunday At Grant MemorialWomen's PAYMENTSStart

climaxed with a mass meeting. Usher Board Die fourth Anniversary Celebration Friendship Baptist Church' is School lesson will be by appoint-
Monday, October 29, 8:15: p: nx, staging a novel, contest ,between ment.The order of the day will be as Low as

I in the auditorium of the church. the pastor, the Rev. Mr. G. Curry, by the Rev. J. L. HalL Rev. R H. Day observance at $42.31 PER MONTH

OW Fashioned Revival Sets Aiiiversary W. T. Harper principal of Isiah and his charming wife Dudley Robinson is the president and the Grant Memorial AME Church and

Blocker Jr. High SchUl, will de- Odoms is sponsoring a barbecue Rev. G. W. Miller is the reporter. October 28, will be splendorizedby upAccording

Wffl Open, At ShilohMrs. Usher Board 1 of, Sweetfield liver the main address for the Saturday night for the benefit of the appearance of Miss Edna Plan You to Choose the Type
occasion. this affair. Calhoun, dean of women at Flor-
Baptist Church will celebrate its
Prominent Jax
Edna H. Jackson is spon- 45th anniversary Monday, Oct. 15, Other guests featured will be The Gospel Crusaders will be WomenIn ida A. & M. University, on' its MAGNOLIA GARDEN

soring an "Old.Fashioned Revival at 8 p. m. in the auditorium of James Genwright, soloist, and the presented in a recital Monday Women's Day Event program. HOMES ,
Hour," to be presented Thursday, the church. Laura Street Presbyterian Church Oct. 22, the proceeds from which Miss Calhoun, who is a nativeof
Have the FoDow'Speda1
Nov. 18, at 3 p. m, in the main The Rev. Mr. T. E. Nelson, pas- Choir, under the direction of R. will also go towards the contest. At New Bethel ChurchThe Jacksonville, will deliver the Features and

auditorium of Shiloh Baptist tor of Bethlehem Baptist Church Pearson. District 1 is meeting in the address for the morning service, Conveniences

Church. .will deliver the address in con The group is extending} an invitation church Sunday, Oct. 14, at 4 p. m. women of New Bethel AME which begins at 11 a. m.

The service promises to be inspirational nection with the observance.The to other choirs of the city A Calendar Tea will be held ,Church are inviting prominentlocal Mrs. Lenora Smith, program Asphalt Tile or Oak

and will be presented program will be followedby to attend the affair and will a- Sunday, Oct. 14, in the home of women to attend their an- chairman for the event, has an- Floors

&song, invocation and scripture, a social period where refresh- ward 'a prize to the choir having the pastor 2026 Calhoun St. The :nual Women's Day celebration .nounced. that.other. activities". have.," Carports
and sermon. ments will be served. the largest number present :tea is being sponsored by District I October 21. peen piannea in connecuon wiui Patios

2, which will hold a meeting immediately Miss Mary E. Morse of Boylan the celebration' and leading up tot Large Landscaped Lots
.. after the affair. as follows: Factory Finished CabinetsHot
Haven School will be speaker for
a The Cosmo Singers will be presented the morning service. Worship services Tuesday: October Water Heaters
in a recital in the church 16, with the Rev. Mr. H. S. Space Heaters
The folla] .
.ing personsha.e
r \ Snead, pastor at Bayard, conducting Tile Bathrooms
Friday Oct. 26 for
.;.- the benefitof been extended special invitationand I .
Exhaust
Fans
Usher Board 1. the service.
P. Brooks is the
II are expected to be present: Concrete Drive
of this affair. The Rev. Mr. W. E. Young, pastor Strips
sponsor
/ Iblrs. Aldonia C. Joyner, Mrs.
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--- of Tabernacle Baptist Church NO SEPTIC TANKS
Maurice Barnett, Mrs. W. B.
Complete Water Treat
will conduct services Wednesday,
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1 Ti St. Matthew Baptist'sLadies Stewart, Mrs. Chester Cowart, October 17. ment Plant and Sewage
Mrs. Roosevelt Madison.Mrs.; *$s- The Disposal System
Rev. Mr. Robert H. Wilsonof
i Plan Tea Event telle Jones, Mrs. Arthur Madry, Bethel Baptist Church"and The Walling Distance to
Mrs. Adrana Tyson. Mrs. Lucille Schools
Rev. Mr. Richard L. Wilson of
t! Carter, Mrs. Amy King and Mrs. County School Bus
will share the
y The women of District 1, St. Friendship Baptist
4- rr ttarsTl Alberta Zanders.District 'All County Approved
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4i Matthew Baptist Church have selected pulpit honors Sunday, October 21, Paved Roads

October 21 as the date for at 8:30: p. m. City Bus Service

their Rainbow Tea, which is being SIalesHomecoming City Mail Delivery

planned as a colorful event to be YourEditorial Spacious Booms

held at 1627 Tyler St Page Pick the Home of Your

l District 9 has called a meetingfor Day I Speaks for Progress Choice Now Before

1 I I Sunday October 14 at 3 p. m., .. They Are All Sold
to be held at 1010 W. 21st St
Homecoming Day will be ob-
District 8 is sponsoring a Biblical Itc ill Torture MAGNOLIAImprovement
; FREE New 4DoorCADILLAC U. S.: Gov't. Graded BEEF served by District 28 of Second
Big Tea Sunday, Oct. 14, from
Baptist, Oct. 28, at 5 p. m. in the
t TENDER and DELICIOUS! 4 to 6 p. m. in the auditorium ofttie PROMPTLY RELIEVE
SEDAN home of Mrs. Nellie Mitchell 1021 '
church. '
CLUB or INBONE W. State Street. A doctor's formula aoothlng anti-
Plus..100 OTHER BIG PRIZES District 10 is sponsoring a Pink Zemo relieves
septic the
STEAKS Ib. 49c Planning for the observance are -promptly
TWO GE CONSOLE TV SETS and Green Tea Sunday, Oct. 21, Mrs. Alberta J. Williams, itching,burning;of Skin Rashes Corp.
AND 98 FOOD BASKETS SIRLOIN or ROUNDSTEAKS I at 1362 W. 25th St pro- Eczema. Psoriasis Ringworm and
Get Tear FREE TICKETS 'at All Ib. 59c gram committee chairman; Dea- Athlete's Foot Zemo stops scratch' 2478 W. Edgewood
, Jax Meat Supers or Jack '. Beu, Drag con Thomas Williams, leader and Ing and 10
Phone
,* Netk g to Buy N* Red Tape Freshly Ground William David Cannon Mrs. Rosa 1. Ragins, president of Ing of aldsbeaI-I7emo PO 5-2614
,It's so easy to win this .ra...-... baby blaa and
white fear-door Cirfillac dreams equip HAMBURGER 3-IlL' s. 69c the club.
f :'pea with Power Stceri"" .. Power Brakes White> Sidewall IlL Will Render RecitalAt Other officers are Mrs. Essie I
': Tires: Radio and Heater. Plat ... haaa'rea''other ALL-MEAT BEEF STEW rue 39cKingan's Waters, vice president; Mrs. Nellie I I
prizes, inclwa'iaa. two G-E Caasolo TV Sets and St. Paul AME ChurchWilliam Mitchell, deaconess and treas-
;. *..,-.iSBt Food Baskets Nothing t.,bay t Reliable. Canned CHAMPION'SMEN'S
:N. red tape J.st'coMO ia,and register at .., PICNIC HAMS 3* can $1 69 urer; Cleveland Scott, assistant to
Jar Meat Sapor or Jack '. Bess Drag Store David Cannon, lyric the de con;"Moses R. Ragins, financial -
'Drowi., to bo held December 24 Y.. do act NO LIMIT-COME. fIlL UP YOUR FREEZER tenor will m be presented in a re- secretary.Mrs. WEAR
have to ha preseat to win Jax Meat employees or l
'their families cital at St. Poul AME Church, 3rd Mable Young, recording
netPRODUCE -COFFEE', (SALE and Myrtle Avenue,'Sunday, Oc- secretary; Mrs. Alberta J. Wil- Fall *
Specials
\ MAXWELL HOUSE .r NESCAFE GIANT SIZE JAR toger 14, at 8 o'clock.Mr. liams, acting recorder of the club; ---::- ,

'U. S. No. 1 WHITE INSTANT COFFEE $1.29 Cannon, a member of New Mrs. Willie L. Scott, social committee French Flannel
Dress Pants $3.98
I POTATOES 10-tbs. 25c Bethel AME Church, is well chairman; Ed Boatwrightand ?
CHASE & SANBORN GIANT SIZE JAR known in the musical field.The'recital Deacon J. N. Natlaw, leaders. Sleeve Shirts
Fancy Jonathan ** INSTANT COFFEE $1.09 Long Sport : : $1.98
: marks the third in a

APPLES 44b. cello bag 39c Jax COfFEE lb. 69c series of affairs sponsored for the ACHING MISCLES Fine Dress Sox . 4-for $1.00
, 'California; PRUNEPLUMS Supreme bag benefit of the Women's Day drive. CHAMPION'S SPECIALSweatshirts -

r : H) 12ik Regular or Drip Grind terminating October 28. /letiw. Nis ., beau", Mrs. ...... wry
Kigai Reliable. The church's planning committee chat with STAN BACK tablets or *we.m . . $1.00
Fires Pink $TAN BACK acts fart to krwt. -'*rt rig
I; PICNIC I HAMS Ib. 29c is also sponsoring a benefit r.Ii r........the 8TANBACK.....yUmbiM

TOMATOES carton 15c Qwairt/ty Bigots Reserved movie ,to be shown at the Strand .rMiotIta*fr swear fact relief orMcripU., ....tyre in- 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

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I" NAACP State Conference Opens In Sarasota ** .


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Wilkiis, Steele .Aid Orr Slated Press And Radio Press And Communications Banquet *

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To Speak Duriig Stale SessilE Feted By FAMU *

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Local press and communications
TAMPA Fla.-Roy Wilkins, National Exicutive Secretary for people were, feted with a dinner *
the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People party recently a l the Lincoln Golf _
(NAACP) will address the Sunday afternoon meeting the Florida and Country Club. -E

State Conference on October 28, in Sarasota, Florida, Conference F The public relations depart- *

Headquarters announced here this week: ments of Florida A. & M. Univer-.

Mr. Wilkins will speak in the I sity and ,Bethune-Cookman College 1'" "',
Auditorium of the Booker T. Tickets for the TFF" $3.00 a staged the affair jointly, with a /Wt -

Washington High School before plate banquet are on sale at all I representatives from the two ,. wJ- L4: ta
delegates attending the Seven schools serving as hosts. 'I
branches of the NAACP and the
teenth Annual meeting of the Present for the occasion were:

Florida group. The public is in- headquarters in Tampa. Mrs. Beulah McClellan Mrs. Vi- ...x.>_ ., !_ ,_ I_ I_ t y .._ ____.H_ .
vited to attend, officials of the vian Utsey Mrs. Louise G. Gum-
Conference said. yard, Mrs. Betty Stewart, Mrs. I ATTEND BANQUET Local press and communications people attending banquet at the Lincoln a<
Other speakers announced for '.' Azalee Anderson, Miss Altamae Golf and Country Club are shown above along with representatives from Florida A. & M. Univer-
the.three day session are the Rev. Richardson, Miss Yvonne Daniels, II sity and Bethune-Cookman College who were joint hosts to the affair. Seated, left to right: Comenious *

C. K. Steele pastor of Btehel ''. ',","'a. ,' Cecil Fisher, Jesse Ferguson, Rob- Bowen. Mrs. Vivian Utsey. Mrs. Beulah McClellan. Mrs. Louise G. Guinyard. Miss Altamae Richard.IOn. A Up of the Pepsi Cap tothese

Baptist Church, Tallahassee and ". ert Hudson, Johnny Shaw, Albert Miss Yvonne Daniels and Mrs. Axalee Anderson. Standing left to right: Virgil Hawkins. Bethune- American outstanding, woo make you ourcountry
leader of the bus boycott. Rev. ...< "'. Crawford, Jr., Porcher Taylor, Cookman College: Jesse Ferguson. Porcher L. Taylor. Eric O. Simpson. Cecil Fisher. Johnny Shaw. C. and ear community
Steele will "1tey ote" the Friday < "; Comenious Bowen, Virgil Hawkins J. Smith. Florida A. & M. University: Robert Hudson and Albert Crawford. Jr. Not shown is D. C. a better place In which to lire.
':,.'.'.." :, .. ,Collington. Florida A & M. University representative.FLORIDA STAR PHOTO *
night session. State Representative '' '. .:;,">..,':.' Bethune-Cookman College;
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John B. Orr, Jr.. of Dade ",,"," :,.:;,':" Eric O. Simpson. C. J. Smith and * *

County, is scheduled to speak at D. C. Coflington, Florida A. & M. Another J. Philip Waring Juano Hernandez ServesAs
Victory *
the "Fighting Fund for Freedom"Banquet. ." :'! University. .
The banquet will be \" ; '.' Gets Farewell Honors Actor And ProfessorThe *
held on Saturday night Oct 28, "' .. For Integration

.. in the auditorium of Booker. T ... :r..i. Fellowship Hour SundayIn From Urban League motion picture actor often '*
Washington Senior High. .,. .
Opening the Conference on ". ....' ..... '. Church Of GodJ. WASHINGTON U. S. Supreme called the finest of his race is alsoHollywood's *
'., s.\, Court, in action taken last only thespian who *
Thursday night will be an oratorical -
Monday, upheld the decision of can claim the title of University
contest between youth con- : '" L. Chatman will speak at the *
Judge Walter E. Hoffman of Norfolk professor.He
testants representing'the youth Youth Fellowship Hour Sunday,
is Puerto Rican Juano Her-
barring the State of Virginia *
section"of the'meeting. Theme for Oct. 14, 2 p. m. in the Church of 4 I
the discussion will-be The Negroin God in Christ, located on Francis from leasing a state park under 'nandez. Strangely enough he I .
plan that might result in discrimination never acquired a diploma duringhis
any &
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Florida-A First Class,Citizen. ROY WILKINS St. .
against' Negroes. : student days. His educationwas *
The case was appealed to the gained in part through corre-

........ Supreme Court after the U. S. spondence courses, but chiefly *
Circuit Court in Richmond up- from the school of hard knocks, ANNETTE VERONICA *
held Judge Hoffman. The Court known as "Experience Tech." Stanton HARPERNew Senior
rejected Virginia's plea that it re- y. Hernandez leads a double life- Pepsi-Cola HUH School dealers salute *
view and overturn Hoffman's decision pa'rt-time actor part-time teacherat Annette Harper, an honor *
: the University of San Juan, student at New, Stanton .
High School who is in *
The case in point centered a- where he conducts classes in Eng- the 11-B homeroom. Annette's
round the'state's refusal to admit lish and Drama, Recently he left include school membership activities in *
his classroom for another important the New Homemakers ofAmerica
four Negroes to the Seashore State and the Journalism *
Park, located near Virginia Beach. Hollywood assignmentIt Club .
The park has been closed for the is the part of the highly dig- *
past two seasons as a result of Eit! nified Negro Judge who presidesover
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Judge Hoffman's decision. the trial of a youth accusedof

The ruling might have some J. Philip Waring outgoing local murder in TriaL" Based on ,,'
affect in cases 'where states and Urban League Executive Director. the Harper's prize novel by Don Mt: ,.
municipalities have attempted to was given a farewell collation and M. Mankiewicz, the M-G-M pic-
block integration movements by cited by a Board Resolution priorto ture stars Glenn/ Ford, Dorothy Mke
Quantity Rights >Reserved leasing state and municipal prop- departure for his new assignment McGuire Arthur" Kennedy, John *
erty to private operators. with the St. Hodiak and Katy Jurado.
Prices Good Thru Saturday. Oct 13th Louis. Mo. Ur- *
Atty. Gen. J. Lindsay Almond, ban League. ,
Jr. of Virginia in appealing to The'Board Resolution cited Mr. *
the high tribunal contended an Waring for: "His assistance in Annual Fall Tea Set

unknown lessee had'ben restrained helping the people of Jacksonville ... .' ',
and the district court had'no to reorganize and save their Urban By Grant Memorial\ AME : '

authority to rule.on conditions of League." Women For SundayThe >< {. ,n... .\ ,.' ,
a non-existent leaSe.- Mr. Waring expressed appreciation *
Y The appeal also questioned to Jacksonville for having *
of Grant Memorial
women '
SUPERBRAND ( One With Food Order) whether independent actions of a had the opportunity of serving. CHARLES WARREN
lessee would fall within "state Dr. W. W. SchelL Jr.. League AME Church are sponsoring their *
., annual Fall Tea Sunday, October New Stanton Senior
( action" prohibitions of the fed- chairman observed that Mr. War- Hin School
BAG COFFEE w bag 69cLimit 14, from 4 to 6 p. m. with Mrs.
eral constitution's 14th amendment ng's service was greatly appreciated Charles' school activities
Beatrice and
Gay :Mrs. Minnie *
include in
guaranteeing equal rights especially for his role in membership
t Belle Neal serving as hostesses.As the Student Council He
under the law.Georgia. reorganization enrichment of pro- is a departmental secre-
f a special feature, a prize will tary in the Second Baptist
services and eventually in
STANDARD gram
Sunday School
be awarded the women wearingthe cfcart in
To Build helping to save the agency. most attractive fall hat. Baptist Training Union.the
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TOMATOES 300c lOc
aft I Individuals and clubs

.', Another School Ministers Group I out the.city are invited ::0 throUgh-I: * **

GIANT PKG.
I Over Race Issue Protest Arrest *


Blue Rinso ct g., 59c ATLANTA-A newly constructed Of Tampa LawyerThe N. fi **

$248,000 school building in the Tampa Interdenominational
SHORTENING (Limit ". With Food Order l a Brewton community near Dublin, Ministerial Alliance protested the *

YJ Ga., built to house Negro pupils circumstances under which William *
Snowdrift 69c is expected to remain idle while A. Fordham, local attorneyand r
can Negro students in the vicinity at- president of the Florida a iN: Y .n *
tend the present school which is branch of the NAACP, was ar- *

described as "cold.. and "leaky". rested last week.A .
Scott County TOMATO The Georgia State Board of Education five-man delegation of the *

voted last Monday to alliance told Sherif Ed Blackburn
19c build a new $350,000 'school for hat the Negro citizens were *
Catsup 'tr Negroes in Laurens County to "upset- EDITH P. ALBRIGHT *
avoid racial conflict over the Negro
Blackburn in turn toldi the delegation New. Stanton sealer *
school already completed in a that he had made an in- BIb School
white community.The vestigation of the incident and ? ; Edith is in the 12-B *

school is located across the thought the officers were justifiedin ON PROGRAM-Dr. William' R. ton homeroom and serves at New as assistant Stan- *
road from a white businessman the method they used to make I Toney.prominent Jacksonville optometrist class leader. She is secretary -
of 'Voice
the of New
Curtis Beall who objected on the the arrest who has been active in Stanton.** Her religious *

basis that a small portion of the many civic projects will serve as activities in the include Grant membership Memorial *
building was on his property. His Zack Belton's Son Dies the main speaker on the program AME Church. '
objection was followed by threats Little Michael Belton, infant honoring the Rev. G. T. McCall. .
FLA. GR. "A"DR. & DR. or GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN DR. & DR.
from othcer sources to "blow up son of Mr. and :Mrs. Zack Belton, pastor of Ml. Vernon Baptist * *
3V2 to 5lbs.Arg. the building" if it attended by passed recently in Brewster Hos- Church.
Wt, Negro pupils. pital after several weeks' illness. The event will be held at the s
Stewing Hens 39c The present school building Friends sympathize with the Church on Sunday. Oct. 14 at Coegrarvlatioas from Pepsi
LB. which the pupils are expected to young couple in their grief. 6:30 p. m. Award Cola to winners these three Merit
attend, has been described by
X State Senator Herschel Lovett as"deplorable" .* Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
Lovett donated aI I l JOl salutations on Pepsi Colo

EAT-RITE GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN WINGS or 15-acre tract to the state on which ,, 'A' 'J' KA, : ,lilif'J *' TEEN on your TIME.dial Saturdays WRHC. 1400.
school is to be constructed *
the new \ 11 A.M.



Chix Gizzards ib 29cLEAN L.earlier regation Laurens,H.according Coek warned safeguards School and to that Sen.reports.Superintendent Georgia's of Lovett providing facilities both seg-, :, ;;; ..t.;.:..:'...::. ;: L..I.6.r.. ..;:. \.r.... !!.l.:. .c..c.it.:: aJUtrHMixcd t ****




TENDER BABY BEEF ".::":" :'.. would Negroes be with jeopardized equal in the 'vnri .j h. .. ...,.......>.. ; .'. i..:...a..r t.. bth.. *. fI

courts unless a new building was :IIhl7'.; f"IiJ" ; ,r" LStY j.1t. .
provided. 'I-It Wht :' ,' .t 'r..1ft Ut\ur : *
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Chuck Roast -33c .
Lovett said Beall agreed as a : I.t. j'"d.: /. Opo.trtft
last resort, to allow Negroes to byanil .
attend the present school for a .C'Y't; : :
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while the ,, ; .a
maximum of two years < + I _
FANCY \ is under construction
new building \ Pepsi ColaDealers
but that the N"don't:.. F. "t:.,. r'I\I I"tt'; .' /,
eJ.ckso.rDle
Red Apples 5 '.11 33c r care He to said go.they will "make out" in *nJlI Iuiitvsiifialiiin. .. ; .. -

their present colid and leaky VU'I" ,'"" 'f,;IIi ". .'I I I -
shacks. Their schools he said, -" ,.,;< ."' ; ,' ;o.;;. L
have had roofs, pot-bellied stoves f".n.I.I'-
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I 1- -News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I Iti




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bration of Stewardess Board of
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Jaxons In The Armed Services Homecoming Day Grant Memorial AME Church.

4JlitJ c; y CktteiBy The program is planned for

i For District 28District Sunday, Oct. 14, 3:30 p. m, in

the auditorium of the church.SECRET .

E. A. KEBSBAW2M .
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28 of Second Baptist

Osceola, Church have selected the home of
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Phone 2-SeW Mrs Nellie Mitchell 1021 West

State St. as the scene of their an-
---- nual "Homecoming Day." The of a great drink

..TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA,,. The weather here has returned event will be held Sunday, Oct NO UQUOllllAtHl

to thai SOS that is sonoticeable(1 J In the Capital City. You know-a 21at4p.m. NO LIQUOR IAStIlRlIMeD2J8
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'. little rain. a little cool and a pUnrj y,hot. ---- Mrs. Rosa 1... Ragins is presi-

The city fathers are speedingup The following persons have completed nine weeks of recruit training at the United States Naval dent of the group and Mrs.. Al- e91i4tJ

the road paving program and way out in the field of public re Training Center. Bainbridge. Maryland. and were given short leaves of absence. Left to right are: Her berta J. Williams is chairman of t/urG0J10ll i7 C.

in a short while (at the rate the lations. rm told that there will bea man W. Mitchell son of Miss Marian Mitchell of 34 W. 20th St.. city. was a former student at Isiah the program committee.

program is progressing) this' city theatre pep rally the night pre- Blocker School who spent his leave with his mother before reporting Naval Shipyard Portsmouth. N.

may be tagged "the'city of paved ceding each Lincoln High football H. for harbor defense unit: Ralph Biggins.. nephew of Mrs. Dorothy Gannon of 1050 W. Duval St.

streets." Yours truly can truth- game. So let's join the crowd and city spent his leave with his aunt before reporting to NTC Bainbridge. Me!.: Travis N.: Smart son of Stewardess Board One

fully say that streets in all areas swing out loud at the next one! Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Borders of 3050 Bethel Ct city has advanced in rating from Seaman Recruit to

(white and Negro) are being given Whaddayasay? Seaman Apprentice and following his lean period reported to the NTC at Bainbridge. Me!.: Rudolph A. Observes AnniversaryMrs.

the asphalt treatment. However: Hughes son of Mr. and Mrs. Brister,Hughes of 1079 Ellis St. city,spent his leave period with his family

autoists are still fuming especially -' Muddy Waters and his band before reporting to Recsta, Brooklyn. Navy yard for duty on the USS Lake Champlain: Idell Speed Sr. Rosa L. will

when they land smack dab in sent them to the showers last is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Speed of Rt 1. Box 110 Maltose Fla. spent his leave with his parents before deliver the address Burroughs on the occa-

line ditches which left reporting to the Mobile Construction Battalion,DavisviUe, R. L
the gas are night as they rocked 'em and rolled sion of the 63rd anniversary cele-

unmarked. 'em at the Royal Palace Club.

When that Cat sang "DiamondsAt JAX YOUNGSTERHAS Anniversary At Rev. Frank Jones I
Behind closed,doors local Negroes Your Feet the house went

> are grumbling about the tax wild, and cried for more. And BIRTHDAY PARTY WANTEDReportersColumnists.

payers money being used by the more they got! But it was Miss St. Stephen AME Presiding.Elder
city to hire -a. lawyer from the Ann Cole who stole the spotlightHer ,

Cigar City to present the city's "Easy, Easy Easy" set the a:4Y.i.C4.: 4 ov:YT..MiG F'>'

side during the "car pool" trial? pace for letting the good times Stewardess Board 2 of St Step- Rev. Frank I. Jones presiding Men and WomenTo tl

"Buddy" Edwards, local service roll and then some. Everybodyleft ',:",?" '! hen AME Church will hold its elder of the South Jacksonville Serve as 1
1 1S 1i 1t.uw
station operator would like the jumping Royal Palace 50th Anniversary celebration District will hold the fourth and It I !

EVERYBODY to know that he is jumping.The Sunday. 3:30.p.: ,m., in the audi last Quarterly Conference at Mt. COLUMNISTSSOCIETY I 1 I .I II ,

sole owner manager and opera- torium of the church. Zion AME Church Southside, EDITORS I 0
tor of Macomb Street Service Sta- Ward Singers and the Rev.C. i
Members of the various churches Friday night at 8:30: p. m. FOR, THEFlorida -
J. Franklin of Detroit Mich., ---- -- ---
tion. extends
"Buddy" a great big
in the'city !lave been,invited toparticipate..lbrf Rev. W. M. Campbell pastor of
"welcome" to all will appear in person at the Lincoln -
you car owners
the program, and the church, is requesting that all Star
visit. Mrs..Kathrine High School auditorium in
to him a -
pay the Rev. Mrs:: Inez B. Johnson : members be present to make their
Larkins recently opened the a Gospel'concert the latter partof will deliver the anniversary ad- .reports. In Your Home City
on'the this month.
920 Club" Old BainbridgeRoad. dress.

Everywhere in FloridaSEND


Congrats are in who order for Dr. Dr. George Gore :ya Rev. Mrs. AndersonAt Fourth AnniversaryIn YOUR NEWS US A SAMPLE THIS WEEK OF

William P.-Foster really pull- Holiness Church

ed one of the bag Saturday when Wanted AlsoTO nnrM+uc
Ihahar New St. James AMEThe Agents s
he rocked the Fort Valley-FAMU At High ,

on-lookers with a sorta rock 'n d.w Evangelist Thompson will celebrate SELL THE

roll beat during 'half-time. The Green Cove Springs-MaxwellW. Rev. Mrs. Amanda V. An- : his 4th Anniversary Tues FLORIDA STAR

stands went wild. rm told that Saxon, principal of Dunbar .4: derson of South Jacksonville will day, Oct. 16, in the Penecostal
Write P. O. Box 561
the Marching FAMU Band will High School announces ,dedica be west :Speaker at New St. Church of the First Born Holiness to 80 and 100 Proof. Made

bring their'many followers some- tion services for a new library, a James AME Church Sunday, Oct. Church 1639 W. .53rd St Jacksonville 1. FloridaMelvin from Grain by LRelsky&Cie,

thing new and very different this Home Economics suite locker 14, ,at the 11 o'clock service. The Appearing on the program with Cockeysville Md., U.S.A.

year. And folks who plan to take rooms and music room to be held woman of the church are observ- him will be the Golden Aires

in the FAMU-BBC game in Big October 21 3:00 ing their annual Women's Day onthis
Sunday, : p. m. Singing Angels Choir No. 2 of
Jax, Oct. 20, will see a half-time Dr. George W. Gore, presidentof date. First Born Temple, Gorden'sSingers

show that will be all new-all different A and M Universitywill Mrs. Anderson is
Florida a member of and Evangelistic. Gospel
and one that they will deliver the dedicatory ad- Mt Zion AME Church Southside.Puinalll Singers. -

never, never forget. (NoteYoucan dress.

bet your last bottom dime GraceAND

that the Florida A &. M University News
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Runty
: Band will make its appear- Trade With ,
Little Paulett. Debris Johnson:
ance on schedule at the BCC- BY E. J'. VREEN
Guide Advertisers
Shopping daughter of Mrs. Era Mae John.
FAMU game. 15 yards will say. SOS.Madison StzMPhone t Palatka Florida
'and granddaughter of Mrs. M.
Treat You Better son
that it will) They East: 53025Laymen's
L. Sanders was honored with a

neighborhood party recently on the event. of her
The happiest boy in e
my WOBSPROGRAM The many friends of Mrs. Rosa
9th birthday.
is Michael McDonald. 1
Lee Hines of 1000 Madison Laneregret SundayObservance THE DEACON
And he certainly has a right to SCHEDULE The party was sponsored by the :
to hear of her untimely
wear a broad smile for his par- honoree's parents and held in i

ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McDonald .4> MONDAY lip Oa- FRIDAY their home. 1023 W. 7th .St They passing last Sunday.Mrs. II I Set-

rolled a spanking-ready- ewe .4S Capsule New A Weather were assisted by an aunt. Mrs. I
'4 74 Heavens Road (Helm cousixC Della Mae Cherry, Miss I GUIDING YOUR WAY
Martha Mae Lee and
a
for-the-road Pontiac into the garage Once) Ollie Neal and Isom PALATKA Laymen's Sun-!
740 741 Capsule Newt A Weather _Roosevelt enjoyed -
this.week. You should have Betty Joe Harper.
743 sae rae Kid (Bob Hodsea) a pleasant:stay in Jacksonville day will be observed in Emanuel
seen that kid skip, flip and trip: 49 (43 Capsule News ft Weather Present at the celebration were: I Methodist Church Sunday, Oct.
IU .40 The Kid (Bib Badsoa) last Sunday,
-. .4o ,43 Capsule New A weather Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass.Rev.Johnnie I II 14. 11 a. m, centering around the
Ran into a Miss Lois Randolphof .43 Ut Juapia with Jehaay Lee Sanders Mrs. Martha Mae I I theme "The Responsibility'of the 10:00 to 12:00 A.M.
(Johnny Nevi) Mrs. Juanita Lockhart, who has
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Jacksonville this week. She's 1111rws Capsule ft Weather Lee. Mrs. Lucille Stevens Thea- Layman to the Church."
1113.1111 Gospel Train Number Oat been ill for the past six weeks, is I
quite a conversationalist. Likes to (Melvin Grace) dosia Jones. Marilyn and Carolyn still confined to Friends : A panel discussion will take

talk about her stretch in the U:13.Usi 1111.1113 Gospel Caponlo Train New Number ft Weather One DriskelL Gloria Jean Pollard. invited to calL beoV are place on the theme with Dr. W. 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.

WACS (an experience she will (Uelrta Grace) Joyce Ann Convert. Joan Smith. H. Higgins introducing discussion
124 12:1S Local Newt (JoyceJeyaer
never forget) Her pastime is lis- ) Giane Glass Bernedette Perry. Mrs. Lula Mae Williams leaders.
tening to gone sounds by such art- 12O5 12-M Man on Street (Shaw A Deloris Sanders. Julia Mae Smith, returned
Badson) to Palatka last week from
ists as Brubeck, Chet Baker, g: 124S Jeh Mart (Joyce Joyuer) Helen Deloris Stevens Reginald Monday thru Saturday
;
140 A Woman's World (Joyce New Jersey, where she has re- FSTA Dislrici
"Cannonball" Adderly Sarah Jeyaer) Stevens. Richard Stevens Norris -
sided for the two
past years.
Vaughn and Count Basic. For: 111.113 Capsule Newt Number A Weather Jones Willie George Jr.. Nathaniel -
113.211 Gospel Train .
reading she digs "The Prophet" Two (M etvta Grace) Thomas. Percy Robinson. Regi Sets Convention OVER
I4 t3Captale News ft Weather Mr. Ben -Harry returned this
the most. By the way, Miss Randolph 243 34 Gospel Tram maker nald Perry Dwight Eugene John- week from New York after
City, .
Two (Uervta Grace)
is student at FAMU.The Leon Sumter. Frank WilsonJr.
a ft,Weather son. all'summer.
311.713 Capsule New being away .
343- 44 Janata with Johnny John Henry Sumter Hilda PALTAKA District 5 of The

first theatre held football 44 -443 Capsule Johnny New Shaw)Weather, Yvonne Turner.. Aaron Melvin Florida State Teachers' Associa-
pep rally in this here man's town 443 ,4t Jumps with Johnny Turner. Ethel Mae Turner and Rev. J. P.' Morris, pastor of tion will meet at Central Acad WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

was staged last Tuesday eveningat -:01-1:11 Capsule(Johnny Now Shaw)ft Weather. Mary Winfred Turner. Bethel M IE Church, Palatka, has emy High School Monday, Octo-

the'Leon Theatre in behalf'of :11It Jantpta(Johnny with Chaw Johnny) been conducting revival services ber 15, at 9 a. m. The Putnam

the Lincoln High School Tigers. .4* .,43 Capnlo Newt ft Weather in Green Cove Springs for the County Negro Teachers' Associa-!
.43 -:11 Tho Kid u,.. Hudson)
'Twas rather snazzie and the SATURDAY Sponsor Musical Tea past week. tion is host to the meeting. ONLY ALL NEGRO
1It ta On
District 5 consists of'some 700
many rooters of the Tigers were /4* ->43 Capoalo Now ft Weather
really in there ,giving their 'all IIS .1:01 .WntiGrace Read ,(Melvin Invincible Ladies teachers, principals and supervisors i PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION

'n all for the Blue and White. 74 743 Oaptalo) New ft Weather GETTING UP NIGHTS representing seven counties -
743 10 Tho Kid Bob Hudson
) : Alachua Bradford, Citrus,
Congratulations are in order
14 -U Capsule New A Weather Mrs. M. Kennerly president of
Weakness" OtUng >
(
U worried -Bladder "
for M. F. Stone, the local flick =43 4e143 T !10 Tho Capsule Kid New(Rib Hvdton ft Weather) the Invincible Ladies Social Club, Op horning Nights or or Bed rtchlng Wetting urination too frequent or ter.Levy Marion, Putnam- and Sump-. 1368 OK EVERY RADIO .DIAL"

manager, who is going all the 113.121Juapin: with Johnny announces a meeting of the strong SmeUioi. Cloud Urine doe to
(Johnny Shaw) group common Kidney and Bladder Irritations Monday's meeting will mark
11:11 .1(43 Capsule New* ft Weather Saturday night 7:30 p. nx, in the try CT8TEJC 30 years aio I
f'o
U43: 114 Goopel Train Number Ono I prove safety .A k drag- the first time Putnam County has
home of Mrs. Rogena Adams, 3644 under money-bock fuar I
(Mervtn Grace) atirSos ---
Art entertained of this size.
Learn Commercial
1111-1113 Capsule New* ft Weather & bow tart yon improre. a group I
Basil Road. All members
are expected -
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Start 1143 12 4t Gospel Train Number one
AaytJ.eG. Meets Grace) to be present at the meet-
I. AffKQYfO UOI-- 12OJ Local News (Joyce WELL-IF Y A blurt
Joyner)
AMERICAN 12:15.12a, Man On Street (Shaw ft ing.The
Raison) club will sponsor its second r I
SCHOOL OF ART ltd lion h' Mart (Jcyco J.,yaor) annuol Musical Tea Sunday after- MEET HP JI '
tt-At 14 A Woman1 World (Joyce
MortJ T. New Location Joynor) noon at Mt. Zion AME Church w wCAQNV F
14 143 CiBsale News ft Weather
106 EAST BAT STREET 1:111:11 Goopol Train Namber from 4:30 to 6:00 p. m. mYE GOT SLWE rwcEIiIGH1
lad Fleer Two Ofelrin Grace) ;6tlf)... FIGl1rilNCs; Tn DO. j ITS
fee 243 Capoalo Now ft Weather Some of the city's most talented I GW'T-
243 340 Jampla wiG Johnny artists will appear on the pro-
Johnny thaw)
34t 343 Capsule New ft Weather gram planned for this occasion.
ReiWofPAIN
4* 3w3.4w1 ....pia.D..e1aaa7 d
(Johnny Chaw) Mrs. H. J. Elliott is chairman of Q
4:01.413 Captain Newt ft Weather
ClSIt Jamptn win Johnny, the planning committee for the
(Jchaay Shaw) event. ,
I4 S4X Capealo New ft Weather
S43 .40 ,.Jaaaate with Johnny -
(J.haayihawS )
4t $35 Tan Kid (Boh HaAtea)

.... *AIM. .. HCAOACHC. NCUftAL* lse Sip SUNDAY Off District Nile
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I .......... 11:11 lodt Heavenly Fire Gospel ,District 9 of West Union Baptist t ti t:5:
.....,. church' i I ;
Toot lt-M 114*HoaTen1* Read will meet Sunday Oct y1'SEt1t J

AN1 Ills 12:50.1:05.121/ Hea-teat Keanat Road Road 14, 3 p.. nu, in the home of Mrs.

1:111:11 Heavens Road Jessie Rich 2040 Moncrief Road.
240 2JO .Beareat Road (a. Derby. 15
I 30 300 BhBoh ButiJt Charcit! Deaconess Board 2 will meet in
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__ hI ST. LOUIS Right-handed
The eyes of football fans in every nook and corner of the state The Jacksonville Recreation pitcher Frank Barnes has been

are turned toward Jacksonville for the Saturday night Oct. 20 tilt Department has started out on its acquired by the St. Louis Cards

.between the powerful Bethune-Cookman Wildcats and the Florida Fall program, and it has gotten from Tononto and pitcher Gordon
A & M Rattlers, the defending champions the SouthernInter- off to a big start in the Midget Jones
was sent to the New York
collegiate Athletic Conference. boys and Junior boys activities Giants.

The tattlers have started off with encouraging results.
The recent player swap com
this season like the real cham- Cardoza Sam Cleare, Paul Wile The results of the Midget boys pletes trade between the Giants

pions they have proved them- liams, .Eddie Simmons, Bobby touch football league are: Passing and the Cardinals) started last

selves to be over a period of years. Brown, Frank Merchant Willie for distance Lavilla Playground, June 14.Barnes..

So far this season they have de- Wyche and Joe Willis have answered I Edward: Reed, 108 feet; Eugene who started his pro career

feated North Carolina College and the. call as reserve lin %yne, 93 ft. 7 in.; Nathaniel as a pitcher for the Kansas

Fort Valley State of the "Red Clay men. Campbell, 90 ft. 5 in.; total participation City Monarchs compiled a recordof

!Hills" of Georgia.The The entire Rattler team will be r> 141: 13-5 the past season with Min-

Rattlers have been running ready for the Wildcats ,to invade n t* Junior Boys: Johnny Thomas neapolis. He is a resident of
'and passing in mid-season form the Gator BowL 153 ft.; John Butts 144 ft. 9 in.; Greenwood, Miss.

with Dennis.Jefferson at quarter- On the other hand. Coach Willie Hall, 144 ft.; total participation -
back All-Americans Willie Gali- 17.Wilder .
Guinyard that the following
Bunky Matthews and his Wildcats
more and Al Frazier at the halves will have something to say about payground Midget events were on program next:
and Big Jesse Heard at fullback. Boys: John Miller 27
who wins-the Florida Classic. The x yds.; Henry hop step jump.
This foursome have some depend- .a Harley, 32 yards; Thomas Roberts,
Wildcats just back from
a rousing
able replacements.in Leroy Har- 26 yards total
victory over the mighty Wolverines ; participation 10. Help Heal tod OurhchySknRash

dee.Al Vereen,Bill Singleton Lee of Morris Brown will come _0 .. .-. Junior Boys: Jackie Weaver, 34 ,

Royster, Alvin Chavis, James into Jacksonville gunning heavilyfor PRIMED FOR CLASSIC This is the Floriida A & M Rattlers coaching staff who will lead the yards; Joe Keller, 38 yards; Fred !

Williams James, Campbell, Wil- the Rattlers. At full strength, Rattlers into the Gator'"Bowl Saturday night,.Oct.,201o: battle the strong Bethune-Cookman College Miller 45 yards; total participation -
fred Brown, AI Millet Bill Baker 10.Oakland.
the Wildcats will be throwing in Wildcats in the Florida Classic. Left to right-Hansel Tookes, line coach: Macon "Body" Williams Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic,
and Bill Johnson have done
some
such players as Doc Graham backfield coach: Robert"Pete"' Williams, head line coach: Acosta Kitties end coach and Edward Playground: Midget promptly relieves itching,stops
mighty fine work place kicking Rufus "Ghost" ,Adams, who is an Oglesby, backfield coach. Kneeling. A. "Jake" Gaither head coach. Boys: Willie Grant -32 yards; scratching tad so helps heal and
and punting.The All-American candidate and one Johnny McCray, 27 yards; Lee dear surface rashes. Boy Extra

big line of the Rattlers of the best backs in the conference Taylor, Jr., 32 yards; total'partici- Strength Zemo-zemo
composed of Bobby Lang and participation 8. stubborn cases
; Big-Jesse Patterson, 6 ft. 3 Catcher
Zeke Burrows at the ends,'Vernon in., .202 pound junior halfback SPORTING UPBY Negro Junior Boys: Charlie Walker,

Wilder and Riley Morris at tackles from Pelika :Alabama; Otis Wil- 38 yards; Ulysses Walker, 39 ,

Charles Hines and Carl Cro- liams Elbert Bragdon. Charles Signs Contract yards; Timothy Butler, 32 yards.

well at guards and Willie Taylorat Merrill, Johnny Davis,Earl Sykes, C. PARHAM JOHNSON Blodgett Playground: Midget
center have been tower of Boys: Johnny B.
a Taylor, 33
James Hudson and George Brown. Every baseball fan in the na- they have done in the scheme of yards;
strength in the game? played by The Florida Classic of 1956 will tion can look back over the hot things around Ebbets Field and PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia Samuel McGee. 24 yards; Wilbert yes
the Rattlers. Willie Holt Jerry I Phillies of the National Fields, 18% yards; total participa-
and of the hottest
be
a toss-up one pennant fight waged between theBrooklyn all over the National League.
games to be played in the South- Dodgers the Milwaukee Brooklyn fans have mighty :League have signed Charles lion 16.Junior.
a
Athletic Con- Fields, a young catcher to a con- Boys:Johnny Chester, 35
em Intercollegiate and the Cincinnati
..Brans.
WATCH THIS CLOWN II ference. Both teams sport clean Redlegs. good dodgers reason because for supporting of Jackie, butunselfishly the :tract for the Salt Lake City team, yards; Leon Collier, 32 yards; 6r S) WITH JUST A TOUCH OP Za

records for the season and both a farm club in the Class C Pioneer Richard Wallace, 30 yards; total f
In nook and :
every corner many they:admire the real participation, 7.
League.
157-89-3&8" J teams are looking forward to opinions are expressed as to why true fighting spirit of the entire It was announced Julius suiiYts Au aeousAa&S JYfi As FASa
another, well earned victory. the Dodgers finally won. There Dodger team.. Who can overlook Fields is regarded as one of the by

48-281-15 can be no question as to why, it such' performers as Pee Wee brightest prospects for the major

is very obvious why the Dodgerscame Reese. Gil Hodges, Carl Furillo. league on the Pacific Coast He is

1. 2 Waivers Asked out on top even to the deep Duke Snider, Don Bessent Sal 19 years old 6 feet 190 pounds, RITZ THEATREFRIDAY

dyed in the wool enemies of the Maglie.. Carl Erskine. Clem La. bats and throws right-handed. At
.l"_ g present he is attending California & SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 & 13
Bums from Brooklyn. bin. Randy Jackson and all of : "MASTERSON OF KANSAS""GHOSTJTOWN"

.. Qi Ball ,Players With their backs to the wall, the Dodgers are in !there fighting ."Poly. and -
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357--S8-f68 they never gave up The word until the last man is out. He is the ninth .Negro to be .
: quit wasn't in their vocabularywhen The great.work done by Branch signed by the Phillies. However,
67--37-53SewetiBM KANSAS CITY, The Kansas the Braves were only one Rickey while at Brooklyn cannotbe none of the nine have as yet played STARTS SUNDAY FIRST RUN __
City Athletics are making an at- Glenn Ford in
the team. The other
full game ahead. When the chips forgotten..His work to build a on parent .'
ke'r-.. tempt to clean house for the 1957 Negro members in the Phils "TRIAL"With
were down the old pros came to great Dodger team; will ever re- system
SeflMMaes "'.'.4evHe season by putting every player on are James Stewart Francisco JIIOHO Hernandez as the Negro Judge
the front and gave to the baseball main in the Hearts and minds-of
94 rtfrtracM waivers but four. Also
*. its roster on -
world their true fighting spirit the followersof baSeball Rickey .Herera, Henry Mason Charles
He weirs to .H..u. The four players who were not "GUN BELT"
Those[ who have kept up with the is gone from Brooklyn, but the .Randall, Nathaniel Dickerson Ed
placed on waivers, are Vic Power .
D. D. and William
Logan Vaughn
well of the contributions made by him will
FOR OCTOBER 20th first baseman and a power hitter; Dodgers are aware HilLBefore
third baseman Al fact that they put out their best ever remain as long as the games
Hector Lopez ;
82-74-81 Shizas outfield- effort when the""going is toughestThe played. entering California Poly,
Pilarcik and Lou ,
ea., general opinion is that people The ,1958 Dodger,team will go Fields was a star in basketball FOOTBALL & DANCE FANS

lean ,to Brooklyn because of down in history as one of the baseball. and football at Berkely,

Jackie Robinson which is a good bravest and most determined to California High. He is a productof .

;;: cause. The humiliation suffered ever play a game. When they the American Legion's baseball EVERYBODY WELCOME
Thriller!
: "JUBAL" Glen Ford
sTIDD"H from Insults on every hand when went over to Pittsburgh to play system.Archie. -tote-

i. went into major league baseball the Pirates, their pennant hopes

SUN. THRU SAT.. and the way he took it to were sadly dimmed when the ",
OCT. 14.20 JOHN IRELAND ACTION HIT pave the war for the many other Pirates lit on them like a June bugon Moore "FLORIDA CLASSIC" ;.

Negroes in the major leagues is an oak tree. When the Pirates

enough to win,-friends. had finished with -the'Dodgers it OFFICIAL DANCE

ROOSEVELT: SKY VIEW Back in 194T 70 years ago, the seemed. like they did not have a Faces Law Sails ,

biggest experiment in modern chance, but when the baseball .
_ $aes. ft' MM Oct. 14 & 15 Suu:! T.es. Oct. 14.16 baseball took place when Robin curtain on the .season went FEATURING CHARLIE BRANTLEY

let Run Technicolor Robt. Taylor "LAST HUNT'" son strolled out on the playing down it was the Brooklyn Dodgers TOLEDO Ohio Mrs. Dollree and His Jumping Band
"MAU-MAU- Plus: "BIGHOUSE U.S.A. .
end EXTRA tiONEL HAMPTON"NORTHWESTERN field.in a Brooklyn uniform. This ; of the National League vs. Mapp, a pleasing divorcee, has
PASSAGE" was a memorable event that made the New :York Yankees of the flIed three suits against light DUVAL ARMORY
Wed. & Thars. Oct. 17-18
T.es ThanOct.. 16-18 "CAPTIVE CITY" headlines in the nation's biggest American League .in the World heavyweight champion Archie SATURDAY '
"MAN IN THE .,** publications.From his first day in Series. Moore amounting to $750,000 on OCTOBER 20th

GREY FLANNEL SUn"DIVIDED HEART" the Brooklyn lineup, he became a The old adage that says Taint charges of breach of promise and

Gregory- Fredric Peck March Jennifer Jones ADMISSION Before 7:15 29c major league star. From that day heart never won' fair lady" can personal injury. 11:00 pjn. until ? ? ? .

Hut on gate receipts started soaring, be easily applied to baseball also. Mrs. Mapp is the former wife i

RODE with people going to ball games because Taint spirit never wins of Jimmie Bivins, a heavyweightprize Admission: 1.50 Advance $1.75 at Door .

FrL & Sat Oct. 19.20 Flmt"REETPETiTE who never thought of baseball games." The old' war whoop fighter. She lives in Shaker
SECRET OF CONVICT LAKE" & GONE" i before. .. around Brooklyn was. "Bring on eights, a suburb of Cleveland.In Tickets en tale oft Buster Ford's., 910 E. Union; Tiplight's' 20r &
Myrtle; Hollywood Music Store, Ashley Street; Done, Sundries.
Glenn ford Louis Jorad aid : From that historic day back in the Yankees.' ,WIn. lose or draw her suit; Mrs. Mapp asks Kings Rood & Tyler Kozy Korner, 8th & Davis; Bill's Sundries, 201
RoJCaaMroe Cast
: TRIGGER TRAIL. AII-Neoro i 1947 other major league team the fans can rest assured that $250,000 on each of three counts. Park Street; Johnny Spring leton's, Southside.

owners started looking around for every time the Brooklyn Dodgers They are (1). breach of promise,,

Negro players From that day on, take the field. they are in for a based on Me ore's failure to marry

Jackie Robinson supplied the good game. her after havir.2.allegedly led hero

FOOTBALL FOOTBALL spark that made the Brooklyn Now that the pennant has been believe he would; (2) damages SPECIAL PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

-Dodgers pennant contenders.It won and the World Series is all resulting from a reported attackon

is hard to dispute the fact over, let us look around and see her in her Shaker Heights '- from .

SECOND ANNUAL FLORIDA CLASSIC ,that since I Robinson joined the what has really happened, since home on Oct 4, 1955, and (3) ..

!Dodgers that they have either that,memorable day back in 1947. damages[ as a result of an alleged THE RITZ THEATRE

The Beihune-Cookman! Wildcats won the pennant or wound up Let us view the scenes around assault on her 12-year-old daughter .

the season in the thickest of the the major leagues since the high the same nightIn THE RITZ .
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-V'S.- fight Brooklyn is noted for its pressure has, calmed ,down.. Insults bringing suit Mrs. Mapp said

fighting spirit, and with Robbie reduced humiliation lessened Moore proposed to her in October, -after first closing temporarily some two
The Florida A and M Rattlers in 'the lineup the morale of the and a calmness vaUs along 1954. but a year later backed out Years back for total remodeling at considerable "

team appears to be higher. the baseball horizonWhen expense .
of their "engagement"
', ". .IN THE Since that day back in 1947 the we look now, what do i WAS THE FIRST TO BRING YOU AIR. :

-.4 "GAME OF THE YEAR" Dodger fans and Dodger oppon- we see?,We'see Larry Doby Min CONDITIONING Gong overdue) .:.;
ents have seen such stars as Roy nie Minoso Vic Power Harry : PATRONIZE AND NOW ANOTHER FIRST!

Campanella Big Don Newcombe, (Suitcase) Simpson Ernie Banks
and
Pre-Game Half-Time '
F Spectacular Junior Gilliam, Sandy Amaros Brooks Lawrence, Joe Black Florida Star. THE RITZ .j
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featuring the and Charlie Neal added to the Henry Aaron Bill Bruton, Frank BEGINNING WITH OUR RECENT SHOWING

Famed Fam-U and B.C.C. Marching Bands roster, and what a whale of a job Robinson Willie Mays Monte AdvertisersFILL OF "MOBY DICK", AND FOLLOWED BY :

Irvin, Sam Jones Roberto.Clem '. "AWAY ALL BOATS". AND "SOMEBODY

Saturday Night October 20th 8:00. p..... ento Tom Alston Bob' Harmon UP THERE LIKES ME", HAS INAUGURATED

Charley Peete Connie Johnson,! .THE, PIKOR A NEW POLICY-IN ANSWER TO YOU.
John Covington Jim Pendleto' .'.. THE MOVIE GOING PUBLIC. WE ARE
THE GATOR BOWL JACKSONVILLE FLA. f MAKING A DETERMINED EFFORT TO BRING
and a host. of.others,.along. ,,wjth STIMIClIfIET ,
YOU. TOP PICTURES AS SOON AS POS :
GilletteIL. those on the Dodger.roster:,. Hall-aUre.hedcbr.vrben aanstln- "
f ADMISSION From the day Negroes enteredthe T. Uon=- stamKhf Bteck-Bnasbt? SIBLE AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN RELEASED
OtJeBigJa.t.sweeten .
constipation
Box Seat Reserved Section General NATIONALLY.
BLADESRd' big leagues,.they hannner: Helpe sour stomach too. "
$3.50 '$2. O-- & $2.50 $I.oQ.... HANDY DKPEHSl made the regret taking.them"in. LtrsBaA oNter tea Bat ... ..- We hope that this will correct a situation of .
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been asset to major No harsh crtpta ?Md tarn pure : late showings that you hare long complained
have an
Mail l ONe for tickets arc MW feiaa accepted fcf '..1' Hyde ..*.- They 'VcreUble uncorks herbs.doned Thoroughly toterthin. i .
conduct. ravtly of. We realize that for obvious
Their reasons we
son Maaesec. Bctfcne-Cookmaft CoHe e, Deytoae Baser, Heriaej league basebalL : Brines comforting relief to morata*. >
J. 8:. E. Ue,Jr., .BMSMMM Ma.o,*,. .florid' A aid. M Uahrentty, their performances on the field, Tben life looks sunny atainl .Get 4 will not always be successful in our efforts ,!
TaHalMuee. their cooperative spirit. and their m.ck-DrauI2 1iOCIq. .. but we hope that you will continue to .'
.... afar October. let Joeu... = ::- :===. .: ftY
Tickets e et the foHewina attitude have made .. support us as we try ...,
IecotioaaHeIty.0004 Mask Store, *M W. Askler? Celia. Bnrkera,. all around f_"wl uDss1s. The
St. ...... tuilofes; sad Harry Fi.ksUui c.., MJ W. ley. Negro baseball players_fixtures in I I. Managementc ': i iSat
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Pete Eight THE fLORiDA STAR Saturday October 1), 1914 J JT




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We have a news flash from the Associated"Press. According were no othcer.objections voicedat Willing Workers Group 11
reports which have just come in. there is still a long line of Dodger that time,according to reports. :
fans on the Matthews Bridge wailing their turn to jump.. All of.the Jax Biycrs Mayor Floyd A. Gibson's call Will Render RecitalThe
loyal Dodgerites are planning to jump from the center span to make for the meeting came on the heelsof WANTED TO BUY.
it short and sweet. From the local hospitals comes word thai all Directed Ti protests- from prominent citi- !
John Washington and Robert Brymer ',adjoining Willing Workers Spiritual
rooms are jammed. zens and after an article appearedin
rooms In New York City police picked up'a happy,deler- Best Firms the ,Zephyrhills News.,plus a Singers at will New be Mt.presented Olive Baptist in.recital LOTS ON WESTSIDE 1
ious fellow with papers in his pocket identifying him as Albert letter to,,the editor written by ,
''Fra-der:a ''Yankee: rooter from Florida. Frazier jumped from the Mrs. Harry L. Rice, former coun- Church Sunday Oct. 14, 3 p. m.
Stadium and attemptedf to follow Yogi.Berra's homerun balL He The attention of FLORIDA cil president.B. The church is located. on Brady

was mumbling. Tell Jerry,Nash the news." STAR readers is called to the F. Parsons.former mayor, and Hart Streets. Phone EL 4-2391

At 10 o'clock Wednesday night a solemn procession winded its fad that they can secure valuable made a personal ,visit to Blind
way from the Enquire to the Tropicana Calvin Christopher and information concerning Bob", according to reports, and til of an administration he headedas
Leroy IiUcas conductsed last rites ,for the Dodgers. The team was the best buys and the best stated that after going throughthe mayor promised Smith he
symbolized by a small doll in a Brooklyn uniform. All in all it wasa products being offered in.local entire building, "it ,is my could.live there as long as he 11 11HO
sad day for the Dodgerites. The few non-conformists: who dared ttores. opinion there's not enough usable wanted to and completed his 5- T-
pull for the Yankees had their day. As the night wore on and the It is also emphasized that lumber in it to justify putting this statement by saying, "It hurts me
bottles won on bets were consumed yo ucould hear a feeble moan the establishments which In. sick, old man, who has no place togo to think Bob has spent from his WARDS
from the comer, "Wait 'til next year." sort advertisements in the local and only a small pension on meager funds to repair and patchup
Negro publication adhere to a which. to live, out. the shack and now stands to
WHEN YOU VOTE-WRITE-IN E. D. JACKSON policy of giving Negro patronsthe He further stated that the coun- get put out in the cold. Red Crod4 SActJ
For Justice of Peace 11th District same courteous treatment
215 Laura Street
Glennie Washington president of the local NAACP branch Informed u they gin to alf patrons. -

us that the Fall Membership Drive is underway.; I am not The editors of the FLORIDA Open 'til9 p.m. Mondays -.
going to write anything else on this topic because if you don't know STAR also point out that
the importance of joining the NAACP and don't plan to join, you FLORIDA STAR advertisers
don't have sense enough to read my lines. About the pseudo-or carry complete stocks of the
quasi-intellectual-Many in this group, (teachers, federal employees best brands .of goods because HOUR
and the like) talk about civil-rights and what they stand for but they are aware that the name 51195
at heart are "chicken". If you don't believe me the next time they brand conscious Negro market
blow off steam ask them tor show an NAACP or YMCA or YWCA spends millions of dollars annually !
membership 'card. They only give "lip service" to everything including -i in Jacksonville alone on ,
The Man Above. You may not know it, but many Negroes! the best products ranging from CLEANERS
auto and foods to home,appliances -
have a fear of joining'the NAACP. They think "Mr. Charlie" may,
and cosmetics.
find out and they will lose their jobs. ,.
I A,partial list of some of the -Jnc.-
Com ginio the RiD is a picture all should... It is called The: .,
local firms and national products
Trial, This is the story of a' Mexican boy in California and the: which are advertised in IOMM4
trouble he gets into. more or less because he is non-white. The the FLORIDA STAR for the
theme is a very familiar one to Negroes.. This picture will make you benefit of Negro readers are: BACHELOR BUNDLES
ralie.jiow minorities all the treated. inti4
over country are Many Howards Red Cross Shoes
dents in the book similar to heard in southern
are, tetimony "rape" Newsom' Furniture '
215 Laura SL -
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trials.The eo. Broad at Adams: 5' HOUR SERVICE
Roosevelt is bringing the famous "Man In the Grey Flannel Winn-Dixie Food Stores: Jax Black Porear
Suit". The film is the story of a man and his conscience. The wild Meat Stores; Champion's Men's Block Suede
oats a now successful young executive sowed during the war come Wear 125 W. ,Bay SU Magnolia
Beautifully Laundered and Finished
home to roost Lee Cobb of Brtadwayla.'l1e and Gregory Peck have Improvement Corp 2478
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heavy roles. W Edgewood: Fidelity Federal
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,"S Les Ben Comrades and Les Filles des Charmes, social clubs at I Savings and Loan Assn. 16 / j' ;
Edward Waters College are sponsoring Ira Lena Bryant of High Laura SL: Pepsi-Cola Dealersof
Springs in the Miss EWC contest. Miss Bryant is a senior-honor Jacksonville: Mather Furniture I. 'Cllft r.illtlt lEU1UIl9'J' Charge Accounts W
student and is a member of the Filles des Charmes. She ,is also Co. Forsyth corner New. Welcome
A RED CROSS SHOE
campus sweetheart of the Comrades. Homecoming activities at the nan; Wood's Dixie Pharmacy .
Use Our
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college begin October 26. 1320 Kings Rd. at,Myrtle Are. e' ':
911 West Ashley Street
_About Town: The boys are trying to find out the names of the Relska Vodka; Godefroy Laneuse -

rub of new pretty girls on the local scene. Then there are still some Coloring for Hair. 416 Main Street This product hoi M cOMOCfto wo.v.r wMi Tfco Arfc National led Crco "
home girls on the set who look good. Take Mary Shelton of the I
Blodgett Homes section..._-Oboy... Met two students or we'should f
say grads of Jones Beaurr College.-".Juanita Gordon is associated Move To Out
with Sylvia's House of Beauty on Davis Street. Her'camp&J on was

Francis Sessions Bob Hudson and Ann Butts are.making the From FROM NEWSOM'S USED AND TRADE DEPARTMENT
rounds. We wonder how that boy manages to meet all of the girls. Negro Home

Frank "Cool" Cannon and his main man J. D. Jenkins aremaking I
the rounds again. Before Cannon left town these two boys Hit By Officials

had one of the highest "batting" averages among the boys on the _
-- "Blocks" and we do mean batting,. Not to be left out is Albert
ZEPHYRHILLSTheNephyr-
Crawford. He and his fellow"baracuddas" are on the scene nightly hills City Council held a meeting
If you fellows wonder how does Margie Sanders keep
recently, at the request of the
the'little cum" in her hair-ask me. We caughe her with "her mayor, to discuss and/or take USED FURNITUREOPEN

curlers t up- ., action on the dispute over the removal -

WHEN, YOU VOTE-WRITE.IN E. D. JACKSON '.t of a Negro citizen, Bob
, t ="
f '- For Justice of Peace. llth District Smith from a city-owned bar-
racks building.The .
.h. t Sol Revis entertained a few"friends at his home Saturday night controversy had its begin-
All of you girls who have been complaining about the manpower ning prior to the June city elec-

shortage should have been there. Among the men guests werelaeut tion whcen Councilman Art Parsons AN ACCOUNT' EASY TERMS
(j.g.) Herbert Boyd and Bill Hickman of the Navy. Both are allegedly threatened to raise -
grads of Fisk. We also heard the name of Grier floating around and the rent of Bob Smith, practicallyblind
met a lad from Maryland State. I. aged Negro,: formerly employed --

Arthus "Peas" Simmons is the new"owner" of the Ashley Street; by the sanitation department COMPLETE WNEBSPRING MATTRESSES $12.85
. .r office of WRHC. ,The boys on the Blocks took everything but Ken who'resides in:an old bar-

Knight's shirt Across the street, Harry Puzi and Elmo "Crack1 racks in an isolated spot of the '7-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITES.. . $13.55
Davis were busy counting their winnings. Crack hasn't finished airport property if he did not
. yet. Reports reached the office of one fellow biting another's keep Charlie Wall, his friend and 2.85
ear ROOM CHAIRS
off. Next news we hear will be. of someone collecting-a poundof caretaker,from voting in the elec- Living Room DINING . $

-flesh. tion.The HEATERS FUEL OIL : 7J5
Duke has been and gone. We have healed varied reports on wrangling flared anew at a : $
the dance. We will give our version. The band was in top form. recent council meeting when Parsons

For those.of ,you who missed Johnny Hodges, he is in the hospital stated his intention to notify ,3995 BED ROOM SUITES . $28.95.
\ and has just undergone operation. His chair was capably filled Smith to move out of the barrackson : : :
by Rick Henderson. the ground that the city plansto TABLE LAMPS : .;'
,. The fellows in the band bemoaned.the lack of feeling* 10'YD.by deed thcat section of the airportto ,-> .- : .';. : $ 2.5
the audience. We must with the band Pasco County as a school site *: .
go along and admit the crowd
was "cold." Unless the men on the band stand get inspiration from and further the lumber to be sal --' KITCHEN CHAIRS . . $ 2.55co
f the crowd they just,aren't "moved" to give out. On the other handin yaged in ,razing the building is rere

f, t defense of the crowd, the band played for an hour before we needed to build tool sheds and DINING ROOM SUITE . $q.95
. could pick out any of the tunes as Duke's. When,the curtain went make repairs.B. 6 PIECE: .
... ._ up,We were waiting for the famous "A Train" theme of the Ellington E. Burns, Councilman, who MODERN SECTIONAL SOFA $%L55
ate the outset prote sted the alleged ; .
I?; band. ,In!act the crowd was waiting and didn't get it until'nearly
i, intermission. As a result no one was in the mood. intimidation of a citizen to Bed Room
Jimmy Grissom undertook the big job of singing "AT" Hibler's i keep him from exercising his VANITY BENCHES '. .,-. : $ 2.95
"book" and did a good job. He didn't imitate Al but sang his own privilege of franchise, again spoke
(' style. Grissom introduced a new tune written by; Sax man Rock lout in behalf of"Blind Bob"when gs END TABLES . $ 1.99 1
Henderson colled "Rock City" and we"rocked it". Joe Higdon will: Parsons stated his plans There $
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have it when it comes in. Another Duke Ellington album made at uy PEEL CANE PORCH $ 495
t. the famous Newport Jazz Festival has been released. Feature item l WHEN YOU VOTE-WRITE-IN
> among the sides is called*"Newport Jp", The Hollywood will haveit E. D. JACKSONFor PEEL CANE PORCH TABLES $ 2.S5COMPLE1'E

, it soon. : Justice of Peace 11th District .

" .., WHEN YOU VOTE-WRITE-IN E. D. JACKSON HOLLYWOOD HEADBOARDS ,' $ 4.l5i.PIECE
s; For Justice, .of Peace. 11th District
Keens Fir Rent

l r Folk' are awaiting the outcome of the FAMU-Morris Brown MODERN NIGHT TABLES . $ 4.l5DINETTE
. game this Saturday in Atlanta. They want to use it as a gauge tot .Furnished Room ,For Rent. $15
check Bethune's chances per month. Prefer elderly wo { SMOKING STANDS
against FAMU. As you know Bethune METAL . $ USOOR
:.. whipped the Atlanta school for the first time in some years last man. Phone"EL 67211. t
t+,- '
,'" week.If Morris Brown and FAMU play their usual close game, you I Nice Furnished Room. Couple or LAMps . : $3.55

*-' may_expect to see a record crowd.at the Gator Bowl when FAMU single person. 731 W. 16th. Ph. .
ICOCKTAIL TABLES.- :
v"_- and Bethune meet. Take hint. Don't try to use past performanceswhen i EL 4-0733. $6995 : Sx.95
selecting the winner of the FAMU.Morris Brown or the I l .
- FAMU-Bethune game. We rat both of these as "grudge games", Icon. BED SPRINGS $ &.15
:' therefore . .. .
anything can happen. HOME FOR SALE
- FASHION NOTES FOR LADIES-They tell "me that the latest '
;x. powder-room talk is about a shoe store called ,Howard's Red Crossat : Modem' 5 Room
215 Laura which carries ladies shoe styles that are "something: NEW BLOCK HOUSE I BROAD BROAD
eke". So if you stylish dolls really want to look pretty at the feet: Twe bed news, ftrfsj reeve, kit.
: chew tile both, hardwood floors
for the "Classic" come Satidr. Oct. 20. drop in and: see them. Theyadvertise
,; carport wed white marble roof. J irnEm,
e with this paper. so you know they'll treat you like all, PRICED $6,950
;, -. customers are supposed to be treated. .$500.00 Dove $50.00 a Meith AT
Start now reminding your friends to get out and vole ,on the ALSO EIGHT ROOMS. BATH
6th of November. Also don't lb. Urban
forget League Drive which $6,300.00
;; Is coming: soon. As a suggestion why not split your contribution. $300.00 Dew. ....ace tJb Reer. I ADAMS The South' Outstanding Furniture Store ADAMS I II
ThaO.whal **s doing. See you at the EWC-Voorhreef game"en PHONE EL 6-1079 er EL 5-193
, the 19th. I I i

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