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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Jacksonville Fla
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October 20, 1956
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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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Negro Voters Must Think 27,468 ARE REGISTEREDIN NEGROES Record Crowd Is Expected

: : # 'w.w xTI Before Voting For Party DUVALThe I To Witness Grid TussleBY

grand total of registered

voters in Duval County for the D. C. COLLINGTON
November election is 143.197. JACKSONVILLE- All roads lead to this city and the second

An indication that Negroes in Duval are beco ling greatly con- according to information received annual Florida Classic to be played between the Florida A and M

zzt cerned about which of the presidential candidates i > vote for is seen from the registration office University Rattlers and the Belhune-Cookman College Wildcats on

in the fact_that an increasing number ,of colored c tizens have been with Negro voters falling Saturday. October 20. The game will be played under the arch lights

coming to. or calling our office for advice as whether to vote Repub- slightly short of the 30.000 of the spacious Gato BrowL

zaC.x, w J aMfg. ican or Democratic. j mark. This is the grid contest football
The Republican Party has a fans in the south look forward to '
It is also an indication that the people have become perplexedand was played in 54, but A and M
somewhat undecided as to which,way to cast their votes. total of 6.915 white voters and seeing each season and some 30,* took the first annual Florida Clas-
2.112 Negro voters while the 000 fans are expected to pour '
sic played in 55, 32 to 0.
This indecision is only natural when considtr that both
we_ Parties Democratic Party has 107.698 through the turnstiles to witness .
the Democrats'as well'., as the Republicans: arty pointing' to.their white voters and 25.356 ,Negro this sports spectacle. Kickoff time Both. Teams Undefealed.and
cantrilwtions'toNe'grq s aftt lgg1e for.SpII'dtr i rrd'atthe Untied
voters. will be 8 p. m. all seats are
., same time making guarded references to whit each of them. It is noted that there are twocounties reserved. For the first time 'both teams
will do for the civil of colored citizens. \.
rights "'\ will meet with undefeated and
in the state that reported Intrastate Rivalry
The Wall Street Journal reported last Thursday: The Republicans no registered Negro The rivalry between these two untied scores. BethuneCookmanholds

,. are winning lots of long-time Negro Democrats back to the voters Union and Lafayette institutions of higher learning victories over S. C. State, .

party of Lincoln.Most Negro voters will still vote Democratic this Counties. Also in Liberty dates as far back as the history of 18-7; Florida Normal 39-6; Morris

falL But Mr. Eisenhower's Administration is attracting' important County where 10 Negroes with- the schools. But in more recent Brown, 13-0; and Benedict I

__H____ members with one big weapon: Civil rights. To these switchers. drew their registration in the years the FAMU Rattlers hold aivetoone 6-0.,.

DISPLAYS NEW FAMU FOOTBALL GUIDE Pretty Madelyn peace and prosperity are strictly secondary. primaries following incident of edge over the BCC Florida A and.M exerted much

Jones of Jacksonville displays the new Florida A and M University Actually there is a thin hair of difference between the Democrats cross-burnings only one Negrois Wildcats. power in walking over North Carolina

football guide which contains vital information on the 56 Rattler and the Republicans There is some merit in both parties; registered to vote in the November The rivalry was renewed in '47 College, 25-0; ,trouncing

gridders. The guide' was edited by David Charles' Collington who there are bad features in each of them Therefore we will haveto election. with A and M nosing out BCC, stubborn Fort Valley State 33-6.;

joined the staff of the Office of Public Relations in July as director weigh carefully the merits and demerits of each But all of the 6 to 0. No games were played be- and romping over Morris Brown,
of the information services. factors that must weighed are not in yet. tween '48 and '49. A and M took 4614.
the '50 contest 33 to 7, and the '51 The outcome of ,this clash has
Some of the have to consider the Democrats' standon
Miss :Jones also reminds readers that this week's issue of the things we are Car Pool Driver
civil the We-will have to game 26 to 13. BCC clasped its an important bearing upon the
FLORIDA STAR features a special Florida Classic sports supplement rights as against Republicans' compare
I only victory, 8 to 7 in '52 and it SIAC crown. Xavier is the only
under the Democratic administration
that gives the names and number of players on both teams the. our economic gains as Was KinBy
Driving was A and M on the long end of major team in othe SIAC with a
under the administration For the
probable starting lineup and a section for keeping a box score by against our gains Republican
the score in '53-39 to 7. No clear slate in conference play.
quarters. (See special section.) way the Negro casts his vote must hinge on two things: his chancesfor

economic advancement and the assurance of protection of his Staff Correspondent

State Probers civil In rights.many parts of the country'many people take the attitude thata Tallahassee Thursday-at It the was trial broughtout of a Long Ride To Hospital
: ,vote for the Democrats is a vote for pro-segregationists like Sena- group of Negroes arrested for

tors Eastland Byrd Talmadge and the like while in Duval and sur- operating a car pool in the Talla-

rounding cities they feel that a vote for the Demos is a vote for Duval hassee bus boycott that in the police Causes Bleeding To Death f

To Investigate NAACP Democrats (headed by W. Edgar Waybright) who ousted a Negro crackdown at least one driver

nominee and named the defeated candidate to be listed on the Democratic i was carrying his own family.

slate for the Justice of the Peace of the 11th District. Detective Sgt. R J. Strickland Because of the segregated pattern that says Negroes must go to

However it is to be noted that the Volunteers for Stevenson and under cross-examination by NAACP Negro institutions, a Jacksonville man died from loss of blood in

TALLAHASSEE. The legislative NAACP committee.hired Kefauver roped off the platform when Stevenson spoke here and attorney Francisco Rodriguez Brewster Hospital a half hour after he was brought from Cecil Field

an attorney and chief investigator Thursday and turned over to excluded the Duval Democratic Committee from the platform much said officers watched Negro. where he was injured.

them requests for an immediate investigation to determine if "out to, the displeasure of its chairman. Henry T. Smith pick up passengers Eddie Thomas 51,of 1070 Kings

side elements" stirred up the bus boycott here Negroes protesting Whether that is enough proof that a vote for the Democrats will in the car pool for three days Road died shortly after 12 noon

segregated seating. not in some way help the Waybrights and the Eastlands cannot be before arresting him.But when he Han Is Victim Thursday from loss of blood:as a

The committee hired Mark determined today. But it will be in the next week or so. was brought to the police station, result of a deep gash he suffered

Hawes Tampa former assistant; place for your committee to beginits On the other hand there are some who feel that a vote for the it was found his four passengerswere Of Potash Bins on his leg when steel material
state attorney general as chief work." his wife two daughters and with which he was working
Republicans is a vote for big business. There is nothing wrong with
counsel at $15,000 a year and The committee which holds its a cousin. severed a vein.
,voting for big business if by voting for big business it will mean
John Cye Cheasty former secret next meeting here Nov. 13, adopted for Negroes. It will The city is trying 21 Negro Alfred Cromartie 34, 628 Davis Thomas was employed by the
more jobs and equal employment opportunities
service agent from New York as an iron-clad rule that no statements if it will leaders, including Smith and the Street was sent to Duval Medical Duval Engineering Co. doing construction
be to vote for the party that represents big business
investigator at $12,000. may be given the press except wrong Negro Inter Civic Council on I Center for treatment of burns on work at Cecil Field. It

Hawes Cheasty and any available : by Rep. Henry Laod, Orlando mean less jobs and unfair employment practices.In charges of operating an illegalcar ]l the face and upper part of body was reported that he was given

member of the committeewere chairman. The committee cautioned short I don't think Negroes should use their rote to hurt pool to boycott the bus com. caused by potash lye thrown by first aid which was described as

authorized to go to Texasto Hawes and Cheasty against anybody. We must use it to elect the party that will do the most 10 pany because of its policy requiring his common-law wife. Pearl Hogan "crude" and sent'on the long ride

confer with the attorney general making any public statements.Do.eslic help us achieve economic stability and full citizenship.TO Negroes to take seats in therear of the same address. from Cecil Field.Thomas' .

there on methods and pro- BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK. of the buses. According to a statement made death it is believed.

gress of that state's investigationof HOW NEGROES MUST VOTE J Police Chief Frank Stoutamire: by Cromartie, the argument started was brought on by loss of blood
the NAACP. Triable testified he warned grocer Dan t when his wife returned home resulting from the long ride from

Speed the council's .transportation after an all-night visit with her Cecil Field to Brewster Hospital.
Hawes. 31. currently is prose. Lawyer To cures for the city in trial of 21 Caises Faffiig Plaster
Slaskiag he took all her clothes
follow unless the car pool vehicle I going
and the Inter Civic ,
Negroes Before Court
Supreme: had city permits and "for hire" off the wall and threw them on Physician. Returns
Council charges of operating
on Hits SchoolGirls
I the floor. He then took his television -
licenses. .
an illegal car pool to boycott city Domestic troubles growing out From Post Grad StudyDr.
WASHINGTON-MIS. P. Pru- "Speed told me we could go I set around. a
of another
buses. an argument over woman -
The joint House-Senate committee i caused a clash between Louis Willie Zelda Simmons, 10; of den Herndon an attorney in Atlanta ahead and make ,the, arrests an d!I -
Cromartie further states that L E. Williams, prominent
for 13 was Georgia'sfirst would appeal alof, them.
created to investigate the Harvey 31, of 510 Acosta Street 435 Phelps St. daughter of Mrs. years they
admit- when he returned to the house, Jacksonville physician and heart
Negro lawyer Stoutamire said.Rodriguez
NAACP and report to the 1957 and Aretha Harvey, the wife o f j Rosa Kate Jones and Angeline woman
received a request the same address. j Grant, 12, of 1040 Odessa St, ted to practice before the Supreme of Tampa, brought t L his wife was sitting on the rear specialist has returned to his of-
S She called to him fice at 102 East Union Street after
Court The action took out cross examination that t L upstairs porch.
of Mrs. Thelma Lane on
states he in daughter
from the Florida ministers Harvey got an
Thursday .
th and when he walked down thee havinlg spent a period ,of intensive
last Monday. of the riding
place none
of World Baptist Fellowshipto argument with his wife over his were injured in an accident that
admitted paying hall to door, that opens into rear post graduate study at the
pool cars
investigate whether the NAACP allegedly going with another wo occurred at the Oakland Elementary -
suffered lacerationof drivers. He argued that the car porch, she threw lye in his face. University of Buffalo Buffalo.
is behind the local ooycot't.The man. It is alleged that the argument School, 1230 Pippin St. Willie
The victim was carried to Due New York, and at the Academy of
business venture
suffer- was not a
City Commission made a ended when Harvey was The police report states that the the scalp and Angeline pool
val Medical Center by private car. Medicine in Ne wYork City.
similar cut by his wife. He was taken to children were waiting in line in ed abrasion of right wrist right but was merely incidental to
request. Both parties were arrested and Dr. W'llUams'serves as chief of
The minister fellowship headedby Duval Medical Center by a cab. the hallway go to the cafeteria shoulder and injured arm. They boycott which began five mon thto
Medical Section of Brewster
court. the
fined in
$25 police :
of the
of He treated for laceration of when a section of plaster about were taken to Duval Medical ago on the campus
the elev. W. E. Hall pastor Negro university when two coed Sgts. G. T. .Jones and R. B. Hospital, where his interest and
feet in size fell Center by Shaw.
Pine Level Baptist Church near i left thumb and released. The inVestigating six by twelve
,Starke wired the committee that officers were Sgts. from the ceiling striking the two Sgts. J. M. Parker and O. A. were arrested for sitting next t<) Whittington investigated the loyalty extends over many dec-
Johnson investigated the accident. a white woman on a bus. fight ades.
Tallahassee is a most strategic G.T.Jones and R.B.Whittington. girls

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1.F t .kFI.IDA- : i 1ITA.:4 :: POLITICS )AS USUAL

.",_ .4 -..,.,.;. .NEWS BY ERIC 0. SIMPSONfll -
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: O) StMMOH '. 'M.enisg. leTter ,"; "- ;t Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, one of the nation's most vdcal'cni-

*;Pcrkm;J.kaoa_+ _, ..... Staff ':!I s saders for civil rights has announced that he will support PresidentEisenhower

for reelection.Powell's .
::t. Member of Associated Negro PresaSUISCRlmOH .
r --' IATH'Yt5M.H.tf :-' d i r nounce men t Negroes should stop beefing about
aV- V ; constitutes the. the way the white man deprives
.0.. .y..r.-$3'OO; Three Mearks, $1.10
'" MaBea T. Yec Aarwaere U the UalteJ States.eyv first major |us of certain of our rights and in

..sgi4...s ..Ie'la'Ah.. ...,Seal Check e* Meaey Orders Tei break in Negro |so many cases misuses us.
!Let*& STAt .-*,. 6. BOX 561 JACXSeKYrUI. 1, FLOftlBA /-L. rA. z / t4 f Democ r a .t i c''F Last week we had a good bro
ranks. He said ther to come in and concur with .

his decision to us on our observations.He .

support the ( agreed that Negroes in Du-
It's Time TTI.aL
i f President was ; val County contribute to the v ry.
made as a re- things that keep us subjuated and
result of the stifle our progress. We sP&I1d.our

About'k How To Vote President's"great money in stores that treat Negro

contribution women> disrespectfully address
** M VB *iiM i M BaM iB ia i i in' the Simpson Negro men up to 40 as "boy"and
*- As November'6th draws near the time has come when the civil rights field," particularly in those over 60 as uncle or preacher

Negro people,of Florida must begin thinking about the way 1 the first two. years of his admin- .. Many of us support stores
they will cast their vote It is a-matter that calls for istration. that will tell you right out that

some serious thinking. Since his announcement Pow- they won't advertise in a Negro
Ppr' one thing, the day has gone when, a Negro citizen ell has been sharply criticized for newspaper because they know the
vot&for a party because of the fact that he has been regis- his switch. Among his critics is Negro newspaper stands for progress -

tered under that party for twenty years or beca se.of the fact Rep. William L. Dawson, Demo- and the same treatment and
that he and his father before him have voted for particular crat of Illinois. facilities for Negroes as anybody

party throughout their voting years. It is easy to understand 1:>aw- else.The

pIn: this day and age when we, are striving for economic son's criticism because Dawson is next time you go into a .

stability, equal employment and educational opportunitiesand OR \ strictly a party man a machineman store ask the manager if he ad-
in short, full citizenship, it behooves us all to vote forth NCE who does the bidding of the vertises in the Negro newspaperand

candidates' we think will consider 'and will assist us in, _: .. ... party regardless of what it costs if he says he doesn't, ask him
attaining our goals. anybody else, so long as it keeps the reason why.Veterans.
. "The Thistles and Thorns, Must Not Be Allowed To Muss the Crop"
tt We must therefore study the candidates' records carefully Dawson and his crowd well fed.I .
eel not allow ourselves to be taken in by colorful oratory or have known Adam Powell for

rosy promises.. best friends are often found when more than twenty: years, long be- Corner
There is no denying that during the Roosevelt era Roose- people .share common hardshipsand fore he was elected to Congress.In .
velt by virtue of his personality and influence was able to Your Weekly ': tribulations. A difficulty some ways I think he is some- QI. have been taking on-lhe-

get through measures that made life somewhat liveable at'a s which may have psychological what an opportunist.I recall how job training under the Korean GI
time when this country rocked unsteadily following a de- 'HoroscopeGuide undertones as well as physical he grabbed the spotlight in Har- BilL I intend to change my courseto

pression and under the pressure of war, causes may throw the doors opento lem's struggle for Negro employ- on.tile-job training In a different

,- -But'if we must.think in terms of parties there is the fact a new and exciting friendship ment in the uptown stores when field. I already have had
Ihakthe, Democratic Party has some of the most rabid anti- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS, FOR "which can change your outlook he pinned a sign on his back and three reductions in my GI train-

Negro senators; such as the Eastlands, Ellenders, Byrds and BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL on the future entirely.' :Your sign joined the picket line on New ing allowance. After .1 change.

Russells heading up very important committees. suggests that such acquaintanceships York's 125th Street. will I receive the full rate of

lOn the other hand ,the Republican Administration of By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES could lead to closer unions, Powell may be an, opportunistin allowance or my current reduced

Eisenhower pulled us out of the Korean war and since'that -'-- -- given the rightcircumstances. on the Eisenhower rate?
time this country has been enjoying a degree of prosperity dications taking up confidentialor bandwagon, but I think we need A. Since you are changingyour
unheard of in the peacetime history of our nation. CANCER secret activities that should be- more Negro'opportunists who will job training course you will

"., There are more than 66 million people, employed at good Born Much 21 thru April 19 Born June 22 thru July 22 come remunerative. support the Republican ticket if receive the full rate of allowanceat
the .number of 6-20-33-17-81-343. for other that it is the the beginning of your new
;jobs today in the.United.States, largest peopleyeremployed October 13ih thru 20th October 13th thru, 20th no reason
in the United States in peacetime history. Today's deeds are, tomorrow's party that is doing more for us course. This rate will be reducedat
President.Eisenhower's Committee on Government Con- The unexpected makes life ex gains. You may have 'to change SCORPIO in our struggle for full citizen- four-month intervals.
citing. This is the time to put Born Oct. 24 thru NOT.,24 0._ How much I
tracts has worked quietly but persistly to encourage firms tprocedures, professions or vocations ship.S. money can
doing work for the government to employ Negroes in skilled aside your doubts or land s and may be forced to call October 13th thru 20th borrow on my permanent National
to respond to the natural in-
Your life pattern shapes up. Service Life Insurance ?
and semi-skilled professions. on skills or talents you may not Some'weeks ago we wrote that
Thus the Eisenhower Administration policies should be stinct to make your presence felt know even existed. Interesting Scorpio people, in great numbers A. You may borrow up to 94
of as :you progress toward your per- possess the ideal qualification to percent of the cash value of your
about this
given credit,for bringing degree prosperity as openings to make money at homeor PISCES
sonal objectives. A marriage or undertake confidential assign- policy. Your VA District Office
well as job integration and the American people should-be through domestic enterprises Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 ,
partnership, subject to your pres- ments and to engage in secret re- give the amount of
of this him his Admin- can you your
appreciative prosperity by giving or ent circumstances and inclina- are revealed by your efforts. Putsuitsmay October 13th thru 20th
search or investigations. current cash value.
istration an endorsement of his record.It Leave no stone unturned'to find
tions, could very well be in the provide direct access'to the Allies are essential. The ten- where mail
has proved beyond the shadow of a reasonable doubt the ingredients for success in you your premiums
cards. Whether such an agree- heights of your ambitions. You dency to try and maintain, the
that we can have prosperity in America short of war and these fields. Your energy also
ment is definite or tentative may have added evidence that sole control over your actions and
known and the the new PILL THE PUG
when the facts are all people analyze spotlights them. Friends may be
be determined by actual ventures is meritorious but
a one,
your and interesting elements are
situation cautiously, they will endorse and approve the Eisen- ready with advice but not with
hower Administration by giving him a confidence yote. mood or status. In anyx event the money. entering your private and social it will not get you as far as when ON STOMACIIIPSET
opportunity is there and it appears you obtain the powerful supportof
life. Your sign warns against
I 9-50-44-13-. 57-271. Half-alive,headachy,when constipation
: to have its merits as. far as emotional involvements with wealthy or influential allies. sours stomach) Black-Draught*

,cmL BIGHTS IS SEEM 'you are personally concerned. LEO friends and loved ones. Past experiences offer plenty of Helps relieves sweeten constipation sour stomach oo.too.",/g C.
4 30 5&-1&-69 412. evidence that the
4-60-55-19-79-545. pooling of resources Lanthn-StDMcft Swwtoser Worts Onntot!
: Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 as' well as efforts would No harsh griping. Made from pure
AS MAJOR CAMPAIGN ISSUECivil October 13th thru 20th vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
SAGITTARIUS establish an unbeatable combination gently intestines.Brings .
.. znloorttngcrelief
Inspiration leads the
way. morning.
TAURUS Your will power is a great factor Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 Your sign discloses that friction Then life looks sunny again Get
Born April 20 thru May 20 October 13th thru 20th between partners as well as Black-Draught today.
rights will be "the major issue of morality and con- behind your powers of perceptionand l. fo4r or OrfMutfted (arm ..mt
October 13th thru 20th Accept challenges don't hurl competitors would not be profitable soy as not. nn-to-ttkt ttttleti. tool
science in the 1956 presidential and congressional election the contact you establish with
Herbert Hill, NAACP labor secretary, told more than 300 Determination sees you through.A the Higher Intelligence. These them. Your auth6rity in businessas to you. B.i:Md'Hltl<. 'I jl laun Whan efcudm conrapMiaa,.. 41.
cotton ma dupodboo' get BTTU at Blc -
trade union leaders attending the AFL-CIO. Rutgers Labor new spirit of enterprise will, events make this a very signifi. well as at home may be chal- 7 60-88-19-72-337. Draucbt. TUer tov* tfl booej-nrect Itauldt

Institute. possess you, and it should .be to I cant period as far as the, financial lenged in which case you should
"The matter of school desegregation and compliancewith your. advantage to 'start making I housing and domestic affairs of take whatever steps you consider

other Supreme Court rulings will be the No. 1 domestic more profitable use -of your tal all Leos are concerned. Your sign necessary to protect your vital in-
issueat the party nominating conventions and at the ballot ents. Follow up leads to find a suggest that you keep your mind terests. Use the path of diplomacyand

box,".. Mr. Hill predicted. "The time is now passed when place in TV, or in'fields that haveto active on ways, and ,means to conciliation whenever this is
violence, cross burnings and intimidation can prevent large do with children, the arts or capitalize on your:ideas and Per- possible. Your ambition may be
numbers of :Negroes from entering the voter's booth. In other lines of public interest.. All sonal qualities of leadership and activated \.ith the help of groupsor
light of the magnificent courage of southern Negroes who agree that- it is timely to see what persuasion. organizations with consider-

are insisting on their right; to vote, the p4ralysis of the past as well as present efforts 170661572671.VIRGO able secrecy accompanying the
federal government in securing law enforcement has helped have done for you. Do not allow understandings o r associations

create a new political consciousness among Negro voters indiscreet behavior or emotional formed. Don't abandon any of

which will be sharply expressed at the polls in the coming scenes to mar your future. Born Aug. 23 thru Sept. 23 your high ideals. .
election" 8-10-22-56-18-572- :October 13th 'thru'20th 1-70-66-14-75-222

\ I Discretion brings its reward. A I __
.good deed performed in the past CAPRICORN __
Do's And'Don'tsI'VECSOTAN GEMINI Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 1 _
or mergers in which you play an _
-Born May 21 thru June 21 invisible part can furnish the October 13th thru 20th __

October 13th thru 20th ,makings of increased revenues The unexpected takes a band. __

xVcuce The power of the mind is limit and economic selfsufficiency.This This period brings the opportu- _

less. If there is anything new to period brings increased con- nities to launch important projects -
,. or to ,obtain needed capital
be thought out said or invented tacts with individuals and groups
AFRMNWENT you are in a.wonderful positionto should result ,in some interestingand could come in most unusual and
sudden Shun haste this
be its creator. If you have sufficient inspiring ideas and 'community ways. on
whether it has do with
faith, and have developedyour projects in which you play a sign to
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October 20, 1956 FLORIDA
don tHf SToUt *
_, rago Three

Scout and Cub Leaders ,.j oaf fee fit I Young Artists Will Be Seen In Dramatic And Musical- Program I

,Initiate Round TablesThe Y,s o

The Rev. and Mrs.-Robert L. j
modern scouters and cub-
Jones returned to the city recently -
bers Round Tables were initiated :
during the monthly meeting. of from Denver, Colorado, where i1Tr # o v'c
they attended the National Bap-
the Scouters and Cubbers of the
tist Convention. The Rev. Mr.
East Division North Florida
Jones is pastor of Central Baptist w a.YY .<
Council held in the auditoriumof
St Philips Episcopal Church.

These Round Tables will be
Mrs. Lucille Scott of 1420 Lee
held each month under the
super- Street is ill in her home. She is
vision of the East Division Com-
a member of Second Baptist
missioners staff. The commoditiesin
Church, and a member of the a,, i a
which the Round Tables deal
Junior Women's Missionary So
are: morale inspiration, enthusiasm :
and vision on the one hand, $1 -_.

and skills techniques informa- Mrs. Mae Murray of 762 W. y., ..A.v .
tion and ideas on the
Union St., is ill in her home after
being injured in an automobile
The Cub Leaders Round Table; ?
accident,.recently. Mrs. Murray is
was under the supervision of
a. member .of Second Baptist
Neighborhood CommissionerFrank
Church serving in Choir 2 and
Bates, Jr., with Cubmas-
on District 8.
ter Amos V. Rose of Pack 175

Grant Memorial, leading the
Mrs. Annie L. Huff continues ill
group in the discussion'of Cub
in her home at 1761 Lee St. Mrs. -
organization. The Scoutmaster'sRound PLANNING FOR PROGRAM In the pictures abaTe and at left are seen some of the plannersand
Huff is a member of the JuniorWomen's
Table was under the supervision r artists who will participate in the musical event to be presented at Simpson Methodist Church on

of Neighborhood Com : Missionary Society in : I IA Monday night Oct. 22.
Second Church.
missioner R. O'Neil Robinson, ; Miss Ella Brunson and Mrs. Charlotte Marshall, members of the planning committee are seen at

with Scoutmaster Robert R. Petti- top left going over plans for the show.
The following members of Cen-
ford Troop 44, First Baptist, pre- At top right are some of the artists who will appear on the program. From left center, are little

senting a.demonstration in ,rope tral Baptist Church are reported Beverly Colson. Miss Betty Richardson. Miss Yvonne Walker, and Miss Rose Harris accompanist
ill in their homes: Mrs. Elnora
work. seated.
Eason of 2919 Myrtle Ave. Mrs.
Reports of activities throughoutthe In the photo at left is a group of charming young ladies who will serve as hostesses and make
Nancy Wright of 225 State St. .o
East Division were made by presentations. Seated is Miss Altamese Riley and standing from left to right are Miss Betty Asque.
Mrs. Hattie Daise of 1138 Florida
the following operating commit- Miss Angie Gardner and Mrs. Clarice Colson. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.
Ave.. and Mrs. Harriet Jones of
tees:: Organization and Extension, sri:
1156 WT 5th Street, .
Frank Courtney : Advancement, '*

B. Kirklin; and Camping; and Ac- t ) 3 Simpson Methodist Events Slated A. M. Frazier Court

tivities New,members Frank Chatmon.joining:the East Benefit Affairs Set Scene Of MusicaleA Ai Sf. ThomasA Stages AnniversaryThe

Division were:

C. Downing, Maurice H. Barnett, At St. Matthew ChurchA dramatic and musical pro- Eighth Anniversary cele-

Jimmie Pauline and James Boy- gram will be staged in the audi- baby contest will be held in bration of A. :M. Frazier Court

kins. fish fry will be held todayin v + torium of Simpson Methodist the auditorium of St. Thomas 156 will be staged in the Masonic -

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Church, Monday, Oct. 22, at 8:15p. Baptist Church Sunday afternoon! Temple fourth floor Room 2, ....

Washington, 1532 W. 29th St. ;' ; m. at 3 o'clock. The contest is spon-! Sunday, October 21, at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Parrish Feted Featured artists for the event sored by the. Senior Missionary
Pink and Green Tea will be I A program has been arrangedfor

: presented tomorrow from 4 to 6 include Misses Betty Asque, Betty Society. the
i occasion and a prize will,
OM Her Birlkday p. m. in the home of Mrs. Emma Richardson Yvonne Walker and The pastor, The Rev. Mr. W. C. be.awarded {o the Masonic Fam-

& Beverlye Colson. They will be.ac. Neal, will speak Sunday night at
Watkins, 1362 W. 23rd St. under ily group with the largest uniformed -
the sponsorship- District 10. companied by Miss Rose Harris, the First Anniversary observanceof number attending.

. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mrs, Annie Patterson will speakat ti .< + w Mrs. Eunice Richardson and Mrs. Usher Board 2.

gar Frederick of 716A W. Church the affair.A : Wilhelmina McIntosh, respectively. The Junior Missionary Society

Street was the scene of the recent Rainbow Tea will be held K will hear the Rev. Richard L. Wil- I .

surprise birthday dinners given tomorrow also, in the home of son, October 23, on the occasionof 'Scripture Cake Making'

in honor of Mrs. Bessie Parrish by I Mr. and Mrs. F. Floyd, 1627 Tyler its anniversary celebration.The .

the host and hostess. I St. District 1 is sponsor of this : e gn Coffee affair will be staged at the At Fountain ChapelFountain
Mrs. Parrish was escorted to the affair. church.

Frederick home by Mrs. Ludous
I Chapel AME Churchis
Kennedy. Upon arrival she was Ai BranchYWCA having a "Scripture Cake Mak-

greeted by a host of friends, sing- Camelia Social Club
Young Citizens ing" at the church Sunday, Octo
ing "Happy Birthday to you.
Coffee will be served at the Sponsors Tea SundayLa
A delicious dinner of
very Mrs. Leona Daniels will be nar-
Stage AnniversaryThe
courses was served. The hostess' YWCA Sunday, from 4 to 6 p. HL, rator for the affair.

'r by the Les Coquettes Charity Palomas Ladies Club will
in Mrs.
was assisted serving by Music will be furnished by
Kennedy. Mrs. F. McClear 1..1 Le La Lets, composed of a Club. serve as hostesses for the tea to
Choir 2 of the church and the
W. M. Richardson, Mrs. F. group of youthful Jacksonville A program is planned for the I be held Sunday, October 21, 4 to cake will be served by Mrs. K.

ford and Mr. and Mrs. A.V. Rose. .citizens, staged an anniversary affair, which is staged annuallyby 6 p. m, at the Wilder Recreation Bennett

to hom- celebration at the Branch YWCA Classes "Hiss the club. Center, sponsored by the
Other guest present pay Begin Loyally"Contest The Rev. Mr. Jones, pastor will
recently. Camelia Ladies Social Club.A .
age to the honoree were Mr. Den- make observations to close the
nis Parrish Mr. and'Mrs. F. Mar-, Local youth and various clubsof program is planned in con-,

shall. Mr. and Mrs. J. Irving, Mr.: the city participated in the At Branch YWCA Closes"Miss Rev. Badger SpeaksTo nection with the event. I program.

event including the Gretel and
and Mrs. J. Robinson Mr. and! _

Mrs. J. Way. Mr. and Mrs. C Gertie Dance Group under the ClassesA Postal Employees Mt. Olive Primitive
direction of Mrs. E. Cox and Mrs.P. Loyalty" of New Stantonfor LEARN
Hickson, Mr. and Mrs. J. HoImes.Mr. course in charm, beginning 1956-57 will be crowned Wed- TO DRIVE

and Mrs. D. Fountain, Mrs. Individuals Jones. appearing on the Tuesday evening October 23 and nesday, October 24, at the close of Clarence Jackson, president of Scene Of AnniversaryA The Qalckest The EasiestW

A. M. Waddell, Mrs. E. M. Owens,II.. taught by Mrs.. Ora Mae McIver, the contest the National Alliance of Postal .7 T* Lean
include John Mae Rus-
Mrs. C. Washington, Mrs. O, program marks the beginning of fall Employees announces the 43rd program will be presented at
sell and The Tears Roberta Approximately 50 students have AJAXDRIVING
C. Williams Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. ,' classes at the Branch YWCA.
Anniversary celebration of this Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
Mrs. L. F. Sermons Bacon, Betty Richardson, Paul been entered in the contest, spon-
L. G. Williams, Mrs. McIver is a beauty specialistand group planned for Sunday October Church Sunday, 3 p. nu, in ob- SCHOOL
Mr. C. Powell Mrs. H.! Freeman, Yvonne Walker, Martha sored by the various homeroom
will include in the course 21, 4 p. m., in St. Paul AME servance of the anniversary cele- CALL EL ,4-0639
Vance, W. M. Sidney, Luther:Wile! Verdier Annett Scott,Rev. Henry groups. Included are: Misses
overall development. Church. bration of the Aid Board.
Willie Walker and T: Bivins and Patricia Stony. Francena Stafford, Margaret _, George Perpeno
liams, Haz-i A class in copper enamelingwill The Rev. Mr. S. L. Badger pas. The Rev Mr. H. H. Robinson,I '
Baker Margaret Cummings Os- I
The annual luncheon held
zard.Many I was begin Thursday morning, celia Dawkins,' Dorothy Stafford) tor of Emanuel Baptist Church, pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist! 1134 W. 5th StreetU.
beautiful gifts were received at the Lincoln Golf and'Country I
I Oct. 25, under the instruction of will address the group. Church, will address the group.
by the honoree. The guest Club, with Mrs. S. Nixon and Juliette Hunter Patricia Harper
Mrs. Hill adult di-
I young
departed wishing Mrs. Parrish Emmett Washington guests of Barbara Chester Christine An-
cuff links bracelets
rector. Earrings, -.
derson Geneva Robinson Geral-
many more happy birthdays. honor. ,
ash trays and many other
dine Petty, Lottie Brooks Flora .
articles, ideal for gifts or personaluse '.J
L. Cle-
Washington, Mary Feagin

can be made. vann Vott, Betty L. Williams,
Dates for bridge dancing and I
Louise Miller, MaeBelle Williams, _

HOWARDS other classes will be announced Ethel Hayes, Lorraine Norris Vi- J It
later. Advance registration for
vian Reed, Harriet Norman, Glo- :
classes is available now by tele-
ria Chisolm, Gloria McDaniel,
(e' c.CJJS'CU phoning Mrs. Lois Hill at EL
Ethel Neal, Delores Holden, Irene
Hayes Dorothy Coles and Sandra

215 Laura Street .. Each course extends over a Jackson, all of* the tenth grade ,.._.,, d a Jy
six-weeks period.
Open: 'til 9 Mondays division. :
p.m. Clubs : FEAT
Eleventh graders are: Misses
The Y-Jewels Club has post-

poned its regular third Wednes- Joan Powell, Barbara Dailey
Barbara Madison Annie J. John-
day night meeting scheduled for
son, Grace Andrews, Luberta '
October 24-
t Miss Margaret Clayton YJewel Rainge, Yvonne Rutherford Betty

Club member, is being married to Jackson, Mae Alice Jones,. Janet .

J James Day of the U. S. Army on Daniels, Juanita, Black Shirley
: Bernice Scott
October 17. Club' members are Robinson, Mary

ar at planning to attend. Jordan, Elizabeth Bell, Patricia s. GOVT. GRADED BEEF .
n An International Dinner is be- Bryant, Barbara J. Ayers, Geraldine FREE Big New 4-Door CHUCK ROAST lb. 39cU.
Pearl Brown Annette
White, ,
ing sponsored by the Businessand
'f I It Professional Women's Club Humphrey and Betty Y. Pierce. CADILLAC SEDAN S. Gods Graded BEEF...SPECIALS

Saturday October 27, at the Candidates from the twelfth Plus 100 OTHER BIG PRIZESTWO CLUB orPINBONE

YWCA. in celebration of United grade division- include: Misses GE CONSOLE TV SETS STEAKS lb. 59c

Nations Week. Tickets for this Betty Ellison, Joan Crawford AND 98 FOOD BASKETSGet SIRLOIN
affair can be purchesed from club Minnie L. Reed, Janie P. Harris, Year FREE TICKETS at All
lb. 59c
members o rat the YWCA. Mamie J. Murray, Marion Smith, Jax Meat Supers or Jack '. Bess Drags STEAKS

,YS Les Collones Bridge Club will Barbara J. Ellis, Dora A. Wilcox, Nothing to IY' No Red Tape flESHLY GROUNDHAMBURGER'

Wednesday ;Idella Knighton Alean Hughes, It's so easy to win this braad-aew baby blue sad Ib. 29cALL
hold regular meeting white f..Hoor Cadillac of year dreams equip ,
October 17, 7:30: p. m, at theY !Ola F. Newman Erma J. Royal peel with Power Steering, Power Brakes, White'Side- MEATBEEF

Persons wso enjoy a friendly Betty S. Fields, Mary A. Pugh, wall Tires Radio and Heater. Plus ore' hundred '

of bridge are asked to join. Constance Cummings, Yvonne other prizes including two G-E Caasola TV Sets sad STEW Ib. 39c
game .
ninety-eight Food Baskets Nothing to bay
t The YW-Wixes.Club is making Tutson and Rosa Rutledge.Mrs. No red tape Just come M and register at say KINGAN'S BONELESS Ready-To-Eat CANNED

r plans for a tea. Further plans will Cora S. Roby Mrs.. Mel- Jew: Meat Super or Jack '. Bess Drug Store PICNIC HAMS 3-lb.can $1.69

be announced later.County. tonia G. Lilly and Mrs. Amy S. Drawing be held December 24 You do aot
95 have to be present to win. Jax Meat employees or SWIFT'S PREMIUMALL MEAT

Curry ordinators.are serving as faculty co their families not eligible. 'WIENERS I 1-Ib. cello pkg. 39c


Meets At CookmanThe MAYONNAISE I quart 59c PICNIC I HAMS Ib. 29c

hi nUPBttliBil RftHlwflrl IUH IBBw PINTS .............. 33c GRADE HAN MEDIUM- SHIPPED
-.<-( !' ,;. : HIHI1'1NQ YOU? EGGS dozen 39c
Charge grade teachers of the Study SUPER SAYINGS ON
AccountsBisik; .....,.
Group of Duval County will meet TIDE large pkg. 1.9c VIENNA
-' at Darnell-Cookman S c-h o o 1 SAUSAGE 3 ( 25t
Use Our Lay-Aaway .s..aw. c ovrcaom t.Uere..r With $5.00 Food Order ge. cans
W Plan __ Thursday afternoon October 25, ns.s e d Yrie..e..aeovTaso
.. ". 3' Wmg t .... dIe CAMPBELL'STOMATO

its...........oswcilo; w1e1..r.AA 11 J1.al eos 11MIona1 tad c.1: 3:30:Teachers,o'clock.belonging to this i e&.r bst-- 1J. i& I BAKE-RITE- With $5.00, Food 3-fc.can Order 59c SOUP large can IQc -

group are asked to be present.

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Pact, Four YlS YQlr01J 3HL Satyrdav.' October 20, 1956

I Fellowship Baptist Slates Joint Observance, Sunday I IWI

lie I Aid Mei ..Cambiie Forces Stan Home Club Seen In Demonstration Meet .

Ii Ama! Celebralion
E/f, / '. .-

The women and men of Fellowship _Baptist Church will celebrate : : : '" ;r c t;/' 1r 1 ''' +:', ;*

their joint Women's and Men's Day Sunday beginning with t: ":.
the Sunday School at9 a. m., Mrs. L Wilson of Shiloh Baptist .

Church "serving as guest superintendent. ;,. ,, ",
Guest teachers for the Sunday .
School are Mrs. Harriett Johnson, Olive Baptist a .
Ephesian Baptist Church; Mrs. Deacon ,Monroe Ellis Pattersonof q I

Thelma Harris, Mt Olive Prim Friendship Pickett, will be the
tive Baptist Church, and Mrs. evening speaker. He will be introduced -
Clareatha Colson, Day Spring by Deacon Robert Kin-
Baptist Church. The preview of dred of Friendship. Music for the
the lesson will be given by Mrs. day will be furnished by Mrs.
Patsy Davis of First Corinth Bap- Helen Brown and Shirley Ford.
tist and the review by Mrs. Sally Committee chairman is Miss
Furman of Shiloh. Anna Lee Cummings; cochairman -
Mrs. Eliza Rich. Perry of West Mrs. Armetta Mann; secretary -
Union Baptist Church will'be the Mrs. Blondeva C. Williams;
morning speaker, and she will be financial committee, Mrs. S. J.
introduced by Mrs. Mary E.,Ham- Worthy and Mrs. Doris Davis;
iRon acting pastor for the day. decorating. Mrs. Girdy Kirkland,
Devotions will be led by Mrs. Mrs. Charlie Mae Williams, Mrs.
Frances Patterson of friendship, Willie Pearl Lewis and Mrs. S, J.

Pickett and Mrs.-Mattie Nixon. Worthy; reporter, Mrs. O. L. Hol- -.i: : -_.,.,,...... .... .... -,-- -....... ,_.._ _---$ _'- --------- A.------ ----"'--)- -
The Lattimore Gospel Singers 'liman; the .Rev. C. H. Hamilton ATTEND MEET Members of the Stan Home Demonstration Club which met recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zinnie HalL 1025 West 22nd Street are
will render several selections at pastor. shown at the scene of the meeting. Left to right: Zinnie Hall, Mrs. Hattie Fields Mrs. Mable Butler. Mrs. A. Bryant. Mrs. Viola Hall James E. White. Mrs. Mable I
3 p. m. Appearing on the program Steward Mrs. Lillie White and Mrs. Ethel Harris. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
will be Mrs,;,Lenora, Joseph Je-
ride and"Mrs.: Ifelen Brown. Fall Musicale SetShilohBaptist
The BTU will convene at 6.p. Miss Cynthia Clark, noted mu-C Mt. Pleasant Sets Central Baptist Northeast ConferencAppointments
sician of the city, will be one of[ COME OUT .
m. with Deacon H. M.Pauline of Ai
the featured artists.FLORIDA Made
Tabernacle Baptist Church serving To BEAUTIFUL
Annual 1 Men's Sunday S'choolAnniversary
as guest president. Guest DayInspired .
group captains are Deacon Leroy The Senior Choir 1 of Shiloh STARIN Bishop D. Ward Nichols, pre- MAGNOLIAGARDENS
Littles of Friendship Pickett; Metropolitan Baptist Church will by the dynamic leader- Set siding prelate of the 11th Epis-
Deacon Abe Alston; Jerusalem, present a fall musicale at the 'EVERYCOLORED ship of its young and progressive copal District, made the following
Southside. Guest soloist will be church, Monday, October 22, at appointments recently at the
HOME.Low.Low' pastor the men of Mt. Pleasant The Central Baptist Church
Deacon James Webb, New ML 8 p. m. Church close of the Northeast Florida And Inspect
Baptist have mapped Sunday School will hold its 63rd
plans to hold the annual Men's Anniversary observance Sunday Conference;: The New Homes
The Rev. Mr. I. S.
Day Sunday with some of the Twiggs, pre-
beginning at 9:30: a. m. Marion
most i widely known personalitiesof Mann, superintendent of Sunday siding elder; Elizabeth Station Now Being Built

Food Prices! the city appearing on the program School at Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. C. L. Bryant; Ebenezer, Live
will be guest superintendent for Oak, Rev. J. A. Walker; Greater Two or Three
Bethel, Rev. H. Hampton Marion
Officers for the day are: Cornell the occasion. ; Bedroom Homes
Circuit, Rev.. L. C.
Coakley, chairman; Calvin Mrs. Evangelyn M. Johnson, McCauley; Concrete Block
New Bethel, Jasper, Rev,J. H.
Presley, co-chairman; Lemon instructor at College Park School>,
Baker; secretary;; Murray Johnson will speak at the 11 o'clock wor Groover; Bethlehem Station, Rev. and Brick Homes .

treasurer; Walter Taylor, ship services.A R. Bolling; Claywood Circuit, Monthly Mortgage
chairman of music; Leonard recital will be presented at Rev. D. J. Balloon; Elizabeth Sta-
Baker chairman of ushers tion, Rev. G. L. Bryant; Mt Olive PAYMENTSStart
;; Ernest the church at 8:30 p. m. by Jonas
Armstrong chairman of pro- Lawrence, Jr. and E. D. Dorseyfor Friendship and Ft. Union Mission, Low
gram; German Bush, chairman of the benefit of Women's Day. to be supplied; Padlock Circuit as as
decoration, and Willie Bannister, Mrs. T. Oree is general chairmanof Rev. J. C. Cannon. $42.31 PER MONTHand

chairman of publicity. The Rev. the event.Laymen's. MADISON DISTRICT: The up
C. J. Crosby is Pastor. Rev. Mr. S. E. Moses, presiding According to the Type
The speaker for the morningwill elder; Mt. Zion 1; Rev. E. J. Plan You Choose

be Dean L. A. Bryant of DayEbenezer Evans; Allen Chapel, Rev. F. H.
Florida Normal College. The Cannor; Bethel and Belville, Rev. MAGNOLIA GARDEN
speaker for the evening will be a J. Jessie; Mt. Zion 2, Rev. H. J. HOMES
Atty. Solomon Revis. The after- Dailey; Jeslamb Circuit.Jlev. S. Hare the Following
noon program will be rendered at Ford; Nebo Circuit, Rev.; D. V. Special Features and

3 p. m. The Southside Male Chorus Howard D. Roberts, associate Wilson; St Mathew, Rev. E. W. Conveniences
S Quantity RigHts Referred will render music director of the Florida Council on Moffitt; St James, Rev. Archie
Wilson Old Greenville, Rev. Asphalt Tile Oak
Human Relations, Daytona Beach, ; F. or
W. Nelson; St Paul 36, Rev. C. Floors
Prices Good Thru, Saturday Oct. 20th will be the principal speaker at .
Perkins Carports
; Hamburg, Rev. N. Rhim.
Day Spring Baptist Ebenezer Methodist Church Sunday Patios
October 21, for its Laymen'sDay
Activities Announced I observance.Mr. Rev. Mr. W. P. Jenkins, presiding .e. Large Landscaped Lots
elder Mt Pisgah, Rev. W. M. Factory Finished Cabinets
VAC PAE COFFEE nJmit with $5.00 Food Order) Roberts is the son of Mrs. ; Hot Water Heaters
Annie K. Roberts of this city and Burke; Mt. Zion, Watertown, Rev. .
Day Spring Baptist Church II Space Healers
Choir 2 will be presented in a an alumnus of Stanton High S. W. Richardson; Bethel and Columbia Tile BathroomsExhaust

Maxwell Q0cc QCHouse fall musical Monday, October 22,*i School. He received his B. S. Circuit Rev. H. V. Ford; Fans
8:15: p. m. at the church. The Degree from Morris Brown College Houston, Rev. E. Williams; Union Concrete Drive Strips
group will be conducted by Sam- Atlanta, Ga., and his Mas Station, Rev. A. H. Oats; White S NO SEPTIC TANKS
ter's Degree from Atlanta Univer Springs Circuit, Rev. L. A. Sampson Complete Water Treatment
mie L. Davis and Cecil B. Fisher.A
Mb' joint anniversary observancewill sity. In addition to his traininghe ;,Mt Tabor, Rev E. M. Jones; Plant and Sewage
V V Allen Chapel, Rev. J. A. Grimy -
has served for three Disposal System
be held at the church, Tuesday years a
can October 23, with the deacon the Walter Reed General Hospitalin mage; Hope Henry and Grant Walking Distance: to
and trustee boards participating.The Washington, D. C, with a military Chapel. Rev. B. W. Waldo. Schools
psychiatric unit
affair begins ,at 8 p. m. The
Rev. Mr., J. A. Hughes, pastor of Besides his membership in the The Rev. Mr. A. W. Bowles, presiding p All County Approved
St. John Baptist Church will be !Methodist Church, Mr. Roberts>is elder; Allen ChapeL-Rev. Pared Roads
Del Monte Peaches 'N 4 29c the speaker for the occasion. a member rf Phi Beta Sigma Fra- H. L. Smith; St. Luke, Rev. R. W. e. City Bus Service

Another feature of the celebra- ternity and is afiiaflted with the Warmack; Allen Chapel, Starke, City Mail Delivery
Rev. R_ J. Washington Mt Pis- Spacious Rooms
National Association ;
of Social
tion will be the termination of a
Workers. gab, South Starke, Rev. E. L. Pick the Home of Your
contest currently in progress be- Walker St. James, Lake Butler Choice Now Before
; ,
tween various leaders and assist- Services at Ebenezer Sundaywill
ants of the church. begin with a fellowship to be supplied; Bethel, Newberry, They Are All Sold
Del Monte Catsup 14 box 19c Choir 1 will observe its anni- breakfast from 9 until 10:30 in the Rev. R. L. Shaw; Macedonia Cir .
cuit Rev. C. H. Howard Allen NAGNOLIAImprovemeni
versary October 29, with WilliamT. social room, followed by th eChapel ;
Macclenny Rev. J, W.
Harper, Principal of Isiah morning worship service
Blocker' Jr. High School deliver- begins at 11 o'clock. Choir I, Jenkins; Bethel, Trenton, Rev. A.
ing the address. under the direction of Mrs. Sadie Bennett; Mt Olive Rev. E. Fisher -

SUNNYLAND- Half or WholeHAMS I District 18 will meet in the Fields Jeffers, will furnish music ; Waymon Chapel, to be supplied Corp.
i home home of Mrs. Ella B. Evans, for the evening service, which be- ; Evergreen Mission, Rev. N.
Fresh 1261 Clay St, Sunday at 4 p. m. ginls at 7 o'clock. Jones; New Hope, to be supplied. 2478 W. Edgewood
The Laymen's Day observanceis Bishop W. F. Bell assisted Bish-
49 Phone PO 52614A
Nichols in .the Northeast Con-
Pork <, under the supervision of a op
Second: Baptist Ushers steering committee headed by ference.
Rodell F. Roberts and Mrs. Celes-
HICKORY SWElTSliced .. Observe Anniversary tine Stukes.

Second Baptist Usher Board No. ACHING MUSCLES
: 'Bacon I 49cBABY 1 will stage its 53rd Anniversary

-celebration Monday, October 29, ft.li.va pain af tr 4, tort, aching .HIM 11 TRIBUTE
8 p. m. in the church auditorium.At elM with STAN BACK.tablets V paw4eret
STANBACK acts fart to brie,
BEEF TENDERSliced the close of the program, the reli.f..beeauu the STAN BACK formula. 1
"Queen of Ushers" contest will _bi.*. Mv.ral prMertptian. typo fa*. TO THE CLERGY
fr.di.nt for fast rtliaf of p&Ia.CHAMPION'S .

Liver 39c terminate ,::5&b We toke this opportunity; to pay public tribute
I IBOY'S' to the clergy,of this comrauaitr. I" times of
great sorrow, they are the source of spiritual!
i'Y consolation to the bereaved family. ThrowfV
.. j out our yean of cipcrieNce, we have always
AND MEN'S CLOTHING Y ,,? t focal them to .be cooperative, friendly,
RED DELICIOUS anxious to do everything that they can for
FACTORY OUTLET those in distress. They reflect great credit
FRENCH FLANNEL -,GABERDINE upon their noble! calling.Hilmes .

; Fancy Apples -2.. lbs 39c SIZES Fall Dress 14.17" Pants . $3.98-

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October 20. 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR III' Five

I Miami Prepares pea'ceful.Approach To Integration I : -I


Dade Group Gels ,'" Belair, Social Club Entertained. During Fall Meetingc po

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Report On Miami

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Dade County is steadily making '- ..,. 7:"'; If'y -
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preparation for an orderly and $, .
peaceful approach to integrationof .,':' i:,. < /a t' x tbfi
the races according to progress tx'4i i'" A
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reports to the Dade County Coun- A _
cil on Community Relations.The "' ,
council which is composedof ,
leaders of Greater Miami's fra- 'lbfJ .

ternal and civic groups working : ? &

together to bring about under- 6oa61

standing on the tense and delicate 7., L j- ?
integration issue including outstanding : : educators and social 'i : *
A Up of th. Pcpst Cap tot
workers held a luncheon meet at : ,
r h e i e oatrtiidtniAmericans rut
the DiLido Hotel and heard reports ___ wit mat ear
on the social and economic S.a..8 *,%: country and oar com inanity
a letter place la which to Uvt.
status of Miami's Negro citizens.

Miami University's vice president Ii' .xp .

Dr. H. Franklin Williams :" s was ** *
stated his belief that a repetitionof M.
the Clinton Tenn. incident *
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could not happen in Dade County, i *
basing his contention on the fact PLANNING FALL ACTIVITIES Club actiriiies for the fall season are being discussed by the members of the Belair Social Club seen above. The setting is' .
that citizens in this area are doing the home of Mrs.Annie Mae Williams 1425 West 18th Street and the occasion is the club's regular monthly meeting. Shown left to right are: Mrs. Annie Mae Williams. .

advance planning on the situation Mrs. Eula Graham. Mrs. Elsie Graham. H. Sease. S. W. Pinckney C. C. Chester. John W. Graham Mrs. Letha Bibins Mrs. E. B. Coker. Mrs. Louise Graham. Mrs. Julia *

(Continued on, Page 8)) Mae Parker. R. H. Mitchell and Sammy Graham. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO *

Dukes Fired ByKnickerbockers Tenth Annual SessionFor I Walker CollegeTo .*

Junior WomenThe Launch Full M' ',: l*

Feed Tenth Annual Session of 11.
Athletic Slate
babyCARNATION the Junior
Women's Convention
your NEWARK, N. J. Walter :$ *
Dukes.the ven-foot basketballstar Auxiliary to the East Florida and

of the New York Knicks pro- Bethany Baptist Association will For the first time in the historyof VERDELL McDONALD *

fessional basketball team has begin October 25, at 2 p. m, with the school the Walker Voca- Matthew ,,;. Gilbert *
been dropped by the team and it Mrs. Mary K. Gibson presiding.' tional and Commercial College High School *

came as a surprise to the star."It's Outstanding personalities in the will have an athletic program this Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
: : : field of religion have been invited Verdclle McDonald, an *
: news-to me, the seven- year in its curriculum. .honor student at MatthewW.
foot Dukes said. "The last I heard to participate in the meet- The college will field teams in Gilbert High, School *
She is a senior captain of
< the club was supposed to get in ing.The basketball baseball and boxing. the School Girl Patrol
) president will deliver the and a member of the *
America's touch with me about my future The program has been announcedby student council.
with them." annual address Friday October C. H. Hargraves president of *
Coach Vince Boryla disclosedthe 26, at 11:30: a. mAll workers are the institution who stated that he
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suspension recently and said to wear pink dresses with green is going all out in developing this

""I told him during the summer to handkerchiefs this time. program. *

be sure to report on time; he The conventional meetings, President Hargraves said new
healthy baby" milk needed w rk.on. fundamentalsand which will be open to the public uniforms have already been pur- *
will close October. 27. On this
he missed the seven sessionswe chased for the team and a new .
same date Mrs. Annie L. Huff station is ordered.
devoted to just the thing he wagon being
will conduct a workshop.Mrs. Schools have been for
had have. He has tried to reachme

...; many times,since but I have Roberta A. Hall vice games in Florida Georgia: and *
president, will preside during the South Carolina.
not lifted the suspension and I *
don't intend to-" session. Julius Guinyard, a graduate of
The coach continued-by saying, South Carolina State A & M witha *

-. "I don't want to, see, that"guy B. S. degree in physical education .* vt
I again. He's not the type of playerwe Central CME Church having participated in all

want. He just doesn't have the I sports while in college is the athletic .

temperament, the spirit or the at- Slates. ActivitiesCentral director Guinyard has been I ;t .
titude. We very definitely want to with the Jacksonville Recreation *
; unload him. CME Church will holdan Department for six years and is BENNIE LEE WRIGHT

i-- :ii: Dukes was one of the most appreciation hour Sunday at well qualified to head the sports New stantoa Sealor
talked of basketball players in 3 p. m. in honor of the pastor of program. High School
the church.: The Rev. Mr. E. R. Coach Guinyard has already
the country during his collegiatecareer. Bennie is in the...U-B
He signed a Knicker- Simpson and the Rev. Mr. H. H. started practice for basketball homeroom a member of
the National Honor Society -
bocker contract shortly after his Robinson will have charge of because there are so many of the a member of the
services. who are lack- Student Council and is
graduation. prospective players vice-president of his class. .
; / in the basic fundamentals. He
The junior church will appearin ing
k a recital in Friendship Baptist stated that after the first three ,

; West Union Districts Church Atlantic Beach, ,October weeks of practice, the team looks * *
: 26. Following this event, an affair impressive. The team is workingout s
Celebrate AnniversaryThe will be sponsored in the home of daily at the Wilder Park from it -

Rev. Mr. W. H. Jordan in the 6 to. 7 p. m.Members. *
interest of Miss Julia Mae Jordan trying out for the
Rev. Mr. Hill Norris, pastor who is entered in a contest. team are Jack Patterson CharlesE. i *
of St. Matthew Baptist Smith Fredrick Newton Wil- *

Church will speak at the anni- lie J. King, Samuel Stevens Geo. -" itit
versary celebration in West Union Gainer, Johnny Reddick Arthur
MI.aral Sets
Baptist Church of Districts. 8 and Thompson W. L. Fields, Robert

Lee Gallon James Beamon Sylvester itif
1 will celebrate its 20th District Events King Robert C. Harris,

anniversary Sunday, 3:30 p. nx, Freddie Mathis, Alphonso Gross
I in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Monroe Brown Ralph Butler
'' ib Q Yiw Doctor 1182 West 24th Street. District 1 and 4 of Mt. Ararat George Williams, Jr., Arnett it

k Chicken dinners will be sold in Baptist Church will' meet at the Honeywell Willie C. Moore, K. D. *
the home of Mrs. Edna Gordon Church Sunday at 4 p. In. Wright, Willie Lee Moore, Char-
.- Alicia Celesta Jones Houston*Texas, First Prize Winner In the today for the benefit of the organ District 8 will sponsor the Rev. lie Bradley, Samuel McCoy Troy LA VORNE PRATT itit

Carnation Hometown Healthy Baby Contest drive. Mr. J. A. Roberts and his con- Holloway and Charles Smith Jr. Matthew W. Gilbert
gregation Sunday in their anni- Stacey Newkirk is team manager. HUh School .
FOR GENERATIONS, Carnation has 2Iy doctor recommended it." Ask versary celebration. The school has the largest enrollment La Vorne is an honor student it

been the milk otlealthy babies! It your own doctor about Carnation.' Fashions and Tea District 9 will sponsor a silver in its history. With over Matthew in the W.Junior Gilbert.class He at *
is the brand'known far and wide tea Sunday, from 4 to 6 p. m. in 600 students it has a large num- is a member of marching
by He will tell you no other form of and concert bands sponsored *
the home of Mrs.. Ouida Gaskins, ber to select from in team build- by the schooL His .
parents and by doctors, too. Eight milk is so safe for baby's bottle, so A! ML Ararat 3017 Saturn Street. ing. church affiliation is with. *
Faroe's Chapel AME.CoagratilarioM
out of 10 mothers who feed their nourishing and digestible. Yes, District 10 will meet Sunday at ,

babies a Carnation formula say: mother..you can trust Carnation. 752 West Church Street. PATRONIZE *

-, The Friendly Progressive Club Districts 11 and 13 will meet * *

of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church is Sunday in the home of Willie Mae Florida StarAdvertisers ., .

wt sponsoring a tea at the church Davis, 500 West Ashley Street.
: BEST BRAND FOR YOUR f Sunday October 21, from 4 to 6 District 20 will present the Rev. froai Pepsi "
Cola. It HMM three Merit
Mr. W. E. Young and his
p. m. congre- Award w'.rat'
The club is also sponsoring a gation in an after-service pro- itchiig TorturePROMPTLY
COOKING AND COFFEE TOO fashion show at the church'Mon.day. gram Sunday. Mktario Ustea t. Pepsi..; M.rit Pops!Award Cola
October 22, at 8:30 p. m. District 25 will meet Sunday at TEEN TIME, WRHC 1400
Local models will participate 4 p. m. in the home of Mr. and A doctor's formula-.ooothlnc. anttvpUc o. yoar dial Saturday 10.
showing some of the latest fall Mrs. Lawrence Thomas, 1671 W. Zemo-promptty: relieves the 11 AJA.

BETTER-BLENDING Carnation and winter attire. 4th St. Itching burninc of Skin Rashes .
Deaconess Board 3 will presentthe Eczema, Psortaala, Ringworm and
gives you rich flavor and smooth ,
{ biblical play "Ten Virgins"October Athlete'Foot.Zerno stops scrmtch- -
1 resultseverytime.ineveryrecipe ; 28, during the regular tag and so aid he&7.-I'JrOmo *
that calls for milk! AMEMiiisiers lag of I Irritated
4C service hour..
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Called To Meei *
Carnation"creams' f.. RITZ THEATRE *

coffee fruits and -
All ministers of the South Jack- THURSDAY SATURDAY OCTOBER IS.20
EVAPCRAT 3: cereals perfection.Carnation to. sonville District of the AME "ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK""APACHE
.MIL K is the Church, have been called to meet .nJ-

cutcrautDtlo gxuosuls richmilkthatwhips, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock in WOMAN" and Serial

MILK tooGetseveral! -r Lee Seminary at Edward Waters.- STARTS SUNDAY-FIRST RUN Pepsi C.kD..l.re "
Prom Contented Cows" cans today! College. .f
The Rev. Mr. F. J. Jones pre- ,.
.l' ...;. siding elderof the district, states Jakwavilke.er.
that the meeting will be concerned -

World's_ _Leading_ Brand of Evaporated Milk i ( with the new conference- Comedy

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Fein Six __ __ THE FLORIDA STAR ___ Saturday, October 20, 1956

1-: News. Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful FloridaI I I

Putnam County News Jaxons Complete Basic Military Training I Miss E. Matthews Sings BAPTIST MINISTERS

I.. "'" Sunday At New BethelMiss WILL MEET MONDAYThe

: 808 Madison Sir***. Palaika. Florida
Phone East S-3815 Estella Matthews will appear Baptist Ministers Brother

as guest soloist on the Wo- hood of Duval and adjacent coun-

men's Day program during the ties will meet on Monday Oct. 21
Mrs. Alphonso Muse; of Miami, Ralph Tavall making the visitors
morning worship hour at New at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist
is in Palatka for an indefinite welcome. Dr. Gilbert L. Porter Bethel AME Church. Church. Sunday School lesson

stay visiting her aunt Mrs. Re- Executive Secretary of the Flor- nA li The speaker for the morning will be previewed by appoint-
ida State Teachers Association, b
becca Martin. Mrs. Martin is the .R
ment. The order of the day will
and manager of the Re- gave the main address. Several A group of Jacksonville youths who have just completed their basic military training are shown service will be Miss Mary Morse,
be read by appointment. Rev. H.
becca Exquisite Cuisine. other outstanding educators ap- here. From left are: Frank Brinkley. Jr. 18 718 Orange St.' James C. Graham 18 1662 W. 34th SU II a faculty member of Boylan-
H. Robinson is the president, and
peared on the program includingMr. Louis A. Tolen 2035 Rowe Avtw Alexander W. Jackson 1126 Jackson SU Matthew H. Ray. 1485 Logan Haven SchooL She will be pre-
Rev. G. W. Miller is the reporter.
The many friends of Mrs. Lovie H. IL Wright, president of the SL and Henry T. Covingion 924<< W. 22nd SL : sented by Mrs. Hattie I. James,
Ruler of Pride of Maceo
Austin formerly of East. Palatka, Putnam ,County Chapter of the Daughter
No. 186 IBPOE of W.
but for several months of West Convention. Mr Herbert Colemanof wsiS Temple Quarterly ConferenceAt
1 Mt. Ararat District chairman MrsBeulah
Forum general ,
Palm Beach,.Florida, were gladto Ocala succeeded Mr. C. C. Anderson : Monthly
and her committee
Wright Mt. Zion MethodistThe
see,her in East Palatka. She of Lawety as president. PROGRAM SCHEDULE
was the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Mr. H. H. Wright of Palatka was Plans AnniversaryDistrict To Hear CahillSheriffElect members are striving to make
this memorable at New
a day
Willie Austin. elected Vice-President of the District Fourth Quarterly Confer-
it the best
Bethel by making
No. 8 of Mt. Ararat 00. 0:03 capsule News A Weather ence of the Jacksonville District
Oa 7ae. HeaTea't Bead Metm Women's Day in the history of
The many friends of Freddie Baptist Church will celebrate itsanniversary Grace) Methodist Churches will be held

Speech will regret to learn that Mrs. Ironissa Thomas, a teacherat Sunday at 3:30 p. m. TrtJ,:oe -- 7!:*!!J THe Capsule Kid Newt(Bob Jad--t* Weather 1 I New BetheL Sunday, 11 a. m. in Mt. Zion
he was seriously injured in an Central Academy Elementary in the auditorium of Ute church.Deacon The Monthly Forum of ::>1. PaulAME .:w srej Capsule news weasaer Methodist Church.
13 tat fat Kid (Bob Hldsoa)
automobile accident last Saturday School, died Saturday at her I J. L. Chatman, leader Church will get off to a tt 03 Capsule News ft Weather The Rev. Mr. Pamon Dell, superintendent -

night; suffering fracture of both home. Funeral services will 'beheld of the district, has announced the good start Sunday after closingout 1:13.10:00 Jumps(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) McCall Singers Set will conduct the

legs. Sunday at 3 p. m. at the Mt coming of the Rev. J. A. Roberts its first three years of activity 11:13.1110 11:00 103 Gospel Capsule Train Newt Number A Weather Oat Anniversary ProgramThe conference.

Tabor Baptist Church, Rev J. W. and congregation of St. Paul AME with many beneficial programs (Merrta Grace)

Hiss Florence Pollard daughter Walker officiating. Survivors include -I Church to take charge of the anniversary rendered to highlight the work of 113 110: 120- 113 Gospel Capsule Train.Newt Number A Weather One Women's

e of.Mr. C. Pollard, 1510 "BronsonSt her daughter, Nastraletta I service. the Allen Christian Endeavor (Melrta Grace) McCall Gospel Singers will MissionaryIn
120 12:1S Local News (iojco
will become the bride of Willie Battles; Mother, Mrs. Laura Tho- A will be rendered be- League. Maas) hold their Fifth Anniversary cele- Educational MeetThe
program 12:15 1230 Street (slawHadwa bration October 28 9 in the
Mills Sunday, October 21st, at mas of Palatka; two brothers fore the sermon that will be delivered -I The program Sunday will fea- ) p. m.

5:30: p. nx, in the home of thebride's William V. Thomas, of Baltimore, by the Rev. Roberts. The ture an address that will be delivered 12:3012 12:431:01:45 A Job Woman's Mart (Joyce World lo Goya Triumph Holiness Church, locatedat Senior Women's District

father. Miss,Pollard is one Md., and Rayford Thomas of:leader and the president of District I by Sheriff-elect AI Cahill Joyner) 3rd and Franklin Sts.
and Educational Con-
of Palatka's most prominent Washington, D.,C.; two aunts and '8 issued an appeal to the entire I who will take office in January. 10-13- 1:00 Gospel Capsule Train.Newt Number ft The group will be supported on vention, auxiliary to the East

ladies. She is a member of numerous relatives and friends. of the district to I I He is a well known figure in the Two (Melvla Grace) the program by the Gospel Keysof
membership Weather
News *
ZtJ Capsule
I! ZII Florida and Bethany Baptist As-
the faculty of Middleton High Interment will be in Evergreen be present in the celebration to!insurance field and became bet 23 3:00 Gospel Train Number Waycross Ga.; the Davis Singers -
sociation, will meet at Second
Two Uelrta Grace) of Ga. Bells of Para-
School, Crescent City, Fla. She Cemetery.Rev. meet and greet the visitors. ter known during his successful 30 3:03 Capsule Newt Weather Douglas ; Baptist Church, October. 24 thru
received her high school trainingat campaign for the position of .313.4:01: Jumpla with Johnny dise of Cleveland, Ohio; the Mt.
An invitation was also extended (Johnny Shaw) 28.
Central Academy and attended Thomas Wright of Cres- Sheriff of Duval County.At 40 43 Capsule Newt A Weather Ararat Quintet; Golden Jubilee

Edward Waters College, Jacksonville cent City drowned in Lake Cres- to the membership of the present, Sheriff-elect Ca- 4:03 30 Jumpla(Johnny wtth Shaw Johnny) Singers, and the Gateway Singers. The Senior Women's Session
church and to all visitors who will convene with Mt. Tabor Bap-
later graduating from cent Saturday afternoon when he hill is very busily engaged acquainting .:It .:t3 Capsule Newt A Weather
will celebrate with the district. A S.tJ 00 Jumpla with Johnny tist Church.
Allen University, class of '55.This fell from a boat. Services will be himself with the duties (Johnny Shaw)
showing in attendance is The joint session will be heldat
good 00 03 Capsule New A: Weather JenkinsIn
young lady is a devout Christianand held Thursday at 2 p. m. in the I expected. that await him, but realizing the t3 C:30 The Kid Bob Hudsoa), Miss Marva Second Baptist, October 25.

a member of Bethel AME Jethro Baptist Church, Rev. Mc- work the Monthly Forum is try- SATURDAY

Church. Mr. Mills received his Phaul officiating. The body will The Rev. Dallas J. Graham, ing to do for the building of char- 00 00 <*3 Capsule Sip Oa Newt A Weather Vocal Recital NATURE'S REMEDY FOR MEN

training at Central Academy High be shipped to Americus, Ga. for pastor of the Mt. Ararat Baptist acter and shaping and mouldingthe 113710 Heaven's Grace) Bead (Merrta SULPHATE & GELIAN ROOT

School. He is one of PaIatka's buriaL Survivors include widow, Church, will be present to wel-II lives of young people into the ,:eo.7:13 Capsule News A Weather Districts 2 and 15 of Mt. Cal- Iron Tonic Tablets
73 10 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
Mt. Make feel
to Enjoylore
Roberts again.
most successful businessmen. Mrs. Lillie Mae Wright and four come the Rev. I right channels of Christian activi- 10 S03 Capsule Newt A Weather vary Baptist Church is present- life you, weakness young gives
513 **0 The Kid (Bob Budeoa) no you
is owner of the Mills Grocery children. Lawson Funeral Homeis AraraL ties and useful citizens, he took 10 013 Capsule Newt A Weather ing Miss Marva Jenkins in a vocal the pep men need. Send $2.00 for

Store on N. 11th St.. and is a in charge. r time out to come to St. Paul to ':t3. I':" Jnmpla( with Shaw JohnnyJohnny ) recital Sunday evening at the large supply. If not overjoyed at

member of the Calvary Baptist help in a worthy cause. 100 103 Capsule Newt A Weather church. results return empty package. and
1111-11:00 Gospel Train.Number One your money will be tefunded.
Church. Their many friends wish Rev. W. Hodges HeardAt i Time will be allotted for ques- Uelrta Grace) Miss Jenkins will be supportedon Mailed in plain package.

for them a very long and happy BaldwinCampbell tions and answers but those ask- 11:13.12:10 110 113 Gospel Capsule Train Newt,Number A Weather Oae the program by other local W.M.C. DISTRIBUTORSP.

life together. You can always buy ing questions are asked to take as (Melvin Grace) talent, with Melvin Grace servingas O. Box 3882, Dept. 5
Sweetfield 120 12:15 Local Newt (Joyce Philadelphia 46, Pa.
the Florida Star at Mills Grocery AME Church BaptistThe little time as possible to give Joyner) master of ceremonies.
Chapel 12OS 1230 Man oa Street (Shaw A
Store on N. 11th St. everyone a chance to ask a ques- -
will celebrate Women's Day Sun- Hudson)
Rev. W. Hodges, former tion.,So much time is allotted for 1230 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner)
day, October 21, with Mrs. Fred- 12:45 10 A Woman's World (Joyce
Several hundred teachers of the assistant pastor of Shiloh Metro- the League and President Alex- Joyner)
for the
die Felder acting as pastor
5th District of the Florida Teachers politan Baptist Church, preachedlast ander Cottrell and Forum Chair- 10 13-20. 1:13 Gospel Capsule troth Newt Number A Weather

Association were in Palatka day.Mrs. Sunday evening in the Sweet- man Boston are desirous of getting Two (Melvin G.t"eaUier
Clotee Pridgen will be the 2:01- 2:03 Capful Newt
last Monday attending the Annual' speaker at the 11 a. m. morning field Baptist Church, corner of as much done as possible j 213.111 Jumpla with Johnny

one-day session at Central Acad- worship. Fourth and Harrison Streets the without infringing on the other I 30 33 Capsule(Johnny Newt Shaw)A Weather .

emy High School, Mr. Fred R. Rev. G." W. Phillips pastor. departments of the church. 33 > 40 Jumpla with Johnny
Dinner will be served after the I (Johnny-Shaw)
Brooks, principal The meeting and will be Sunday the Rev, Hodges will The regular League hour is 5:30p. 40 43 Capsule Newt A Weather
with morning 43 30 Jumps with Johnny Irit h. 4t'cunr
at 9 iinvund
was opened a. m. Mayor m.Joint.
followed by Youth Hour at 3:30 preach at the Chase Avenue Bap- I (Johnny Shaw)
S:" 53 Capsule News A Weather tStNy j to
tist Church, the Rev. S. L. Brow-
m. 53-00 Jumpta: with Johnny
p. J llO
t OC ,
by tkFcdcf
I (Johnny Shaw)
nell, pastor. CelebrationAt
00 030 The Kid Bob Hudsoa) ;
The Rev. Hodges will preach at 1:31: 81m OftSUNDAY

It worried t>r "Bladder W skD ,sa" (Q VUof Orange Park the ML Zion Baptist Church of Second BaptistSeveral I:" lip Oa Jnif tp. n Invurn
Bed Wetting too freSoeai. -
Cp. Wants or vrlnmUon Mandarin October 28. .:tt .7M HeaTea't Road Melvin t Jintt'. Co j t r4tK
Sunday +
eIe Grace) t
,gutplaCo Urine do rpt
__ XrrlUUona st. John Baptist Church will The Rev. Alexander and congre- districts of Second Bap- ,:to 730 HeaTea't Road ;Vuthori ctl by .inJ
lor eulck yean ue 1131 -ltt Latlmore Gospel Sinters
try prove CYSTKi safety for younc mold Ask drniUt celebrate its anniversary Sunday, gation are looking forward to the tist Church will get together Sun- 80 830 Oral Roberts : / Aef f ConcrcitIPiciiiJ

fOl'. ISeo CXUTKX bow tut BBder you money-back improve.Learn guuaatee. -, October 21, beginning with Sun- coming of this gospel preacher day for a joint anniversary cele- I 00:>> .- 00 100 Bishop HeaTea't Johnson Road

I day School at 9:30 and continuing with great anticipation.The bration to be held at the churchat 1011-1131 Heavenly Fire Gospel
throughout the day. pastor and congregation of 3 p. m. 15:3011:01 HeaTtn't Road il

,.- Commercial Art The Rev. Mr. William Hill, a Mt. Zion have extended an in- The Rev. Mr. G. W Phillips of 120 1110.-.10 120: Iha.HeaTeal..'. Road Road

Start AnytimeC. former pastor of the church, will vitation to members and friendsof Sweetfield Baptist 'Church will 20 10-20- 230 HeaTea't HeaTeat Road Road (S. Darby

I. APPROVED speak at the morning worship.The the various churches to wor- deliver the sermon on this occa- 230 > 330 Shiloh Baptist Church

AMERICAN Rev. Mr. R. W. Jackson, ship at Mt. Zion Sunday to hear sion and \\will.be accompanied by 130 4:30 E. A. WilliamsApostoUe Hour

SCHOOL OF ART present pastor, will be speaker for this gospel minister. his choir and ushers. .T-e:It* > 70 lira HeaTeat Off Road

the evening service.
Moved To Haw Location

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& RetefofPAIN Sponsors EventsA :".;,: "- >
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today in the home of Mrs. E. D. '.:j: f

Melton. The event is being spon- :k 1 ': .'

sored by, the Junior and Senior H 4

ato -.AINI .* HEADACHE. NEUMAU Missionary Societies of Macedonia : .. Meet Calvert-on-the-Rocks the drink
LIT.e POWDERS. STANBACK to Baptist Church. f'------ with more loyal followers than
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net a e 4 b t formula STAN- Macedonia district meetings will '
SACK OMeboMe eovrsl sis be held tomorrow as follows: District ,
"li-- rob Mp ( bbs 4eH.
4r ? some Calvert into an ice-filled glass,swirl ;; ,.:
TIle eMed effectiveum* of thweMULTIPIC 1 4 30 P. in the home of .
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ler.*..M. bne* ...........*r. it, taste it. In the tinkle of an ice cube ..
tout lets relief eeelnj ...iot. e.4 UMHenoliy Mr. and Mrs. James Melton 3419 .
........,MIt pis Phoenix Ave.; District 2, in the -kr- :. f ..4 4 :,. you'll know why people with a penchant '

Tne1TANIACK.s4 home of Mrs. Dinah Bacon? 1203E. i x for fine things call for Calvert.Here' .

Aayt 30th Street; District 4, in the t :
How to make Calrat-on-thc-Rocks: : Put
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-:. home of Mrs. John Singleton, 1546 '
Us.' one or two cubes of ice into an Old Fashioned ;:: .
= ::' Van Buren Street; and ,District 6, glass. Pour 1y ounces: of Calvert over the ice. :,
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.

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Tie_Flarida 'Classic_ Saturday! : Fill Ready For Classic Sat. Night I I"t Coach Sees Great Wilder Athletic Negro Players

Feature two. Uaieaiea SIAC_ Teams Year ForHatson Boxing Program Star On Major

Two widely known schools, Bethune-Cookman College of Daytona Makes ProgressThe

Beach and Florida A & M University of Tallahassee will send : CHICAGO Ollie Matson College TeamsThere

their team'i:into-Jacksonville.*for the}'"Florid'a Classic" game in the r V who is considered the greatest

., Gator Bowl>Satoida" night;"That will=:haven' great*bearing on the N ,... all-around back in football will Wilder Athletic Club Box

Southern Intercollegiate,Athletic Conference championship for the ';;' ... have a great year this year according ing team has entered upon its are many Negro playerson
to a prediction made by fifth week of
1956 season. ,. training. Howeverthe college football teams throughout -
/> his coach, Ray Richards of the team this year is not as large! the country and In order to
The fans at the Gator ;Bowl Saturday hibited,in .heir victory over the
Wolverines* Chicago Cardinals. as last year's team but the calibreof I keep up with them a partial list
night, will gef an oppor-
t Richards' prediction followed boxers is much better. is given of players and schools
Morris Brown has been the victim '
'tw ty to see two of the top teams :;; ; II
Matron's stellar performance The Club is to field where mixed teams
t Jn,the SlAt 4n jaction,..Betw.een 9l both! ,teams,, and both expected are.
against the,Cleveland Browns eight boxers in the KANSAS, U. John
the two teams there will be teams have something as they re->- open division : Francisco,
:; cently. Matson tore off 144 and eight in the novice division.' HB Homer
plenty of passing and line, bucks clash Saturday night This game yardsin ; Floyd, FB; Ernie Rus-

.and.JntJkgn field running. promises to be one of the hardest :: 20 carries to help pace his teamto The weights are flyweights, 112 sell, HB; John Traylor, HB. NE-

The Florida A & M Rattlers, fought in s'to be-played'in-the : ____ a 9-7 victory over the Brownsin ,lbs.; bantamweights, 118 lbs.; BRASKA U.-Ralph Dillard FB;
their first this featherweights 126 Jim
tutored by Jake Gaither one of Conference this, year. meeting year. Ibs.; light English T. KANSAS STATE
In edging the Browns in their weight, 135 lbs.; welterweights, -Bill Carrington, FB; Craig
the nation's foremost'strategist, The greatest interest in ;:the I
will roll into town with two.All- Florida Classic is shown by :the opener, it was the first time it has 147 Ibs.; middleweights, 160 Ibs.; Jones, HB Gerry Overton, HB;

A been done in an opening game light heavyweight, 175 lbs, and COLORADO U.-Frank Clark, E.
Al Frazier ( heaven bless them) i--
American halfbacks women may .>' ",. .... I
,.,' and the first win over the Browns. I heavyweight, all over 175 pounds. INDIANA U.-Delnor Gales, E;
and Willie Galimore:Jesse, Heard they >make pretense of knowing : k ;:
i3 Richards who is loud in his All boys Johnson HB
16-years-old older Barry Tom
,or ; Campbell -
is rated among the best in the what: it is all about, they make '", I
of Matson figures Ollie I out the HB Jim Yore FB Charles
conference at fullback.The entire pretense of knowing who made praise may try for team. ; ;
orwheJi it ,. : could easily lead the National The Wilder Athletic Club Box- Dillard, E; Harry Tallen, E; Geo.
Rattler team is clicking in mid- the touchdown was ';;';'
Football League in rushing this ing team has Bell HB Milt HB
compiled one the ; Campbell ;
do however .
season form and Coach Gaither is made. They know .. '
best records in amateur Willie Jones, HB James
competi- Powell
I year. ;
highly jubilant the showing that the FAMU.Battlers.and the ,
j jover I It ; tion. The team entered tournament HB; Jerome Ward, HB. ILLINOIS
\ -
; the. team has made in the'previous B-CC-Wildcatsiart playing in the 1'y
thisTyear. Gator BowC'jt Has been* observed ,' competition for the first U.-Harry Jefferson, HB; Bob

Coach games Bunky Matthews an-t over the'years that the stands'are Toledo U. Hires' I time in February of 1952. Since Mitchell, HB; Abe Woodsoo, HB;
t ; that time the club Oliver T Joe
has Percy
won the ; Bellephant
loaded and faithful : ,
other SIAC mastermind, is another with the loyal
bedeck the stands Novice team title five consecutiveyears G-T; Curtis Griswold, HB; L., T.
strategist that needs to be womenwho
I beautiful wearing A Negro Coach and was runner-up in the Bonner, Fred Keys, and Richard
considered among the top withvtheir ,apparel '
It open class in 1953 and 1955. Leatherwood.
in the conference. One of hi decorated. with their picturesque -
The team is coached MICHIGAN STATEClarencePeaks
by Julius
far this and yelling\
major accomplishments so corsages
TOLEDO, Ohio Dick Huston, Guinyard, former AAU and Golden HB; Jim Hinesley, E:Elli-
season was a rousing,upset,of th e themselves, hoarse.In .
a part-time member of the University -
Gloves nois G Gerald
Champion. Guinyard Kelly, McFarland
Jacksonville ;
highly rated Morris Brown Wolverines bringing the Classic to I
that of Toledo coaching staff participatted in the Olympic try- T; Joel Jones, T; Harold Dukes
of Atlanta.. With the number .it stands to reason GUARD TO APPEAR HERE IN 1Z.ORIDA CLASSICBig since 1950 has been named.fresh-
linemen locaf'citizens would take time outs in Boston in 1948. Participating E; 'Howard Neely, Art Johnson.
of backs and ready the
Bobby Brown. a 275 pound 58" guard from West Palm Beach man coach. along with Guinyard that OHIO STATE-Jim Parker, HB;
for the Florida Classic, the Wild out Saturday night as payinghosts' will be of She mainstays in the Florida A and M University line
one One of the school's alltimegreat Lee E Jim Roseboro HB
are every lunlt 15 two fie 1 teams were Coley Wallace, Johnny Sax- Brown ; ;
cats ironing anc
with them. when the Rattlers meet the Beihune-Cookman Wildcats here in the athletes, Huston received ton and Chuck Davey. Aurelis Thomas G; Leroy Carr,
correcting every fault theyex. and those who come .Gator Bowl Oct. 20. This is the second annual Florida Classic to be
schools to the city of Little All-American mention in The outstanding boxer for the HB; Don Clark; HB; Phil Robinson -

The Jacksonville believing come in its hospitality -:played against the, two state institutions.SPORTING1.1. his senior year, 1947. past two years is team captain HB. WISCONSIN U.-Danny

WATCH THIS CLOWN civic pride and good Following graduation from TU, Henry Matthews 160 pound Lewis, HB; Marty Besher, T;

sportsmanship. The crowded Huston received his master's degree champion. Others who show great John Bridgeman, HB. PURDUE

353-74-721 : stands Saturday night wi11 proveto UP from the University of'Mich- promise are Arthur Stephens, 160 U.-Lamar Lundy, E; Mel Dil

r- "* both institutions that the citizens igan. Currently he teaches at a pounds; Jqe Murchison, middle- lard, FB; Enrich Barnes, HB;Tom

-- .3211 tts'f- ; want. the-Florida.:Classic to Toledo High School. weight and co-captain; William Fletcher, HB; Tom fiarnett, HB.

Cannon, 1953 Florida AAU run- SOUTHERN CAL.....:Jerry Drew,
Julia ner-up in heavyweight division. FB; C. R. Roberts, FB; Nat Bra-
will form on
9 .8. The parade I In turning back the of I II 'pulled the ball in. Larry Doby hit his 400-foot
Juliato pages Johnny Clark, just returned from nil HB; Art Forbes, FB. DEN-,
south on
7 4 Street and proceed Adams*to I history to view the scenes in Long time followers of baseball homer. Doby was climaxing his the armed forces where he won VER U.-Gene Gatewood, HB;

6 8 Adams SL, west on to Ashley Yankee. Stadium on a sunny I said there never had been a first full season in major league several titles in the 135 pound Willie Jackson G; Johnny Wilson -
north Clay
Clay SL, on -Davis and afternoon in October. 1947 when catch like that before in the history baseball. The home run landed class. HB; Ran Miller, G; Tarzan
87-- 30-291t"- Slowest: on Ashley Jackie Robinson made his first i of the World Series. The among the standing fans, out be- Other boxers to be recognizedare Honor, HB; Ernie Pitts, E; Dick

} State- Streets. contain four appearance in World Series competition catch stunned the ,Indians so yond the centerfield fence in Joe Smith, Rudolph Jones, Gupten, FB. LOUISVILLE (Ky.)

425 11-365 'i 'The parade-will bands: and: five con- before 73.385 rousing fans much, that they never appearedset ,Cleveland's Municiple Stadium. Henry Spencer, Clarence John- U.-Leonard Lyles HB; George

floats, four who watched with interest the again. They lost to the Giantsin The Indians won 2.1 before 81,83" son, Richard Wallace, Earl Bur- Cain E.

...H.u ..''. .*> vertibles. The famous Florida A first Negro in World Series his- four,straight games.. fans. the largest crowd in'historyto roughs, Sylvester King. Edward
Se.eti.e*. ... Vn & M University 132piece. and theBethuneCoolaaan .
tory. The sensational catch witness a Series game. Phillips Donald IsareaL
H<;...i. eabh.cN College made by Harvey
He.nib ft all area. bands will highlight the The first time at bat he drew a Sandy Amoros in 1955 saw a life Let us now take a few passing Love, William Myrick and Aaron

marching Gilbert and the walk, then went on to steal his saver for the Brooklyn Dodgers. glances at the 1952 series betweenthe Lewis Jones.

FOR OCTOBER '27th parade. Matthew bands will also first base in World Series compe- No one in the game could feel the Dodgers and the Yankees.The The team trains daily at the
Stanton High
New It is tition to continue the pace he set effect of the catch more than principle topic of discussion in Jefferson pool from 7 p. m. to 9

""39- -I, if_ ; 4 scheduled participate to in,begin.the ,parade.at.,9:30: a., m. inregular season play. He was Johnny Podres, the Dodger pitcher. this series was rookie Joe Black, p.rn.

Saturday. trapped finally between second After six former tries, they who became the rookie of the

and third base, but he kept the were at last able to win a cham- year in the National League. PATRONIZE -

I Yankee infielders busy with him pionship, by beating the rough Brooklyn's manager, Charlie

sTIAJDROOST( .-. HUMPHREY. "THE HARDER BOGART( JEMjEY TOEY.9E"WALC01T' FALL"PLUS until Pete Reiser could reach and ready New York Yankees. Dressen, gave the call to rookie Florida StarAdvertisers'

second. Brooklyn was leading 2.0 when Joe Black to pitch the first game ORA-JKL
I : CORNEL WILDE Later on in the game he drew against the highflying Yankees.
SUN. THRU SAT. "STORM FEAR"OCT. Amoros the Cuban,went down in
y another walk and reached second the Dressen was called many terrible

n' ......!!.-27.. _? :EXTKAJ: "JAILLS BROS. ON PARADE"..- base. His tactics on the keystonebag sixth records inning as Billy a hero.Martin In the the names in baseball terminology for

worried Frank (Spec) Shea, staking such a chance on a rookie.
Yankee second baseman, drew a LIQUOR PRICES GOING UP
the Yankee' pitcher to drop the
SKYVIEWSa ,walk and was advanced to second Black had a record of 15 wins

ball on the mound, thus causinga when Gil McDougal beat out an I and 4 losses, but had started only

s... T.... Oct? 21*'.23 I : : Oct. 21 .23 balk. Shea made three attemptsto intended sacrifice.: Up came the I two of the 54-games in which he Starting November 1 1st
1st Flerida Sit"; ..!, &,*,AI.. 4dd.. Edw. G. Robi..o.HKtLt.t'GN pick Jackie off at third and always dangerous Yogi Berra. worked during the regular season

Jehu ...,.* FRISCO BAY" .each time he failed. Yankee catcher. While Dressen was being called

,EH1.PlM IN MGM't TOWN" "MANY ltobt. Taylor RIVERS" The nation's leading sports Yogi hit an outside pitch ugly names, Black went on to tossa LAY-AWAY NOW FOR XMAS J

,"..QltIlDDlN PLANET" Both Big Technicolor Hit t commentators and fans who were six-hitter, striking out six bat-
there said the all-around play of straight down the left field line. ters and walking only two as the AT REGULAR PRICES
Wed.. Tfc. : 'Oct. 24.25"BATTLEGROUND"
W.J.. Th..n. Oct. 24.25 ri Robinson spectacular. Since Amoros who throws lefthanded,
was Dodgers went on to beat the
Kirk J> rU."BIG. ,SKY"
took out after the ball
.pI..! "PRISON TRAIN" > *"SNOW CREATURE"FrL that memorable day in 1947. there going Yankees 4-2. SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ,--.
about 100 feet to the corner of
have been in eightof
Negro players Well the 1956 series is one for
TALENT' GRAND FINALS. SGt. Oct. 26-27 Yankee Stadium threw out his YOUR PURCHASE TIL CHRISTMASAll
ON STAGE FRIDAY NIGHT Bogart I.DESnRAn. la the nine series played ,since the history books now, but who
f CCTOfiW 26t. "- HOURS"Rod that time. In each of the games gloved hand and pulled the ball can forget that hectic pitcher's .

KIDS HALLOWEEN pun'SATUDAy.OCTOHR:27t1a Camera played'with Negro players they to the amazement of 62,465 fans. battle in the sixth game between Popular Brands
: ; TRI66ER TRAIL". By the time Amoros had made
have furnished the punch when
.. __' -c Clem Labine of_ the Dodgers and
r --- CASH PRIZES! --+ 4- .. 'aRR needed. the play, McDougal was around Bob Turley of the Yankees. Dur- and Decanters Available

tstauNS!.- Close followers of the game second headed for third and was ing this hectic 9-inning struggle I

nipped easily on a double play, .
cannot forget that spectacular which found the teams evenly -:- at theSILVER :'

catch, made by Willie Mays two the relay being made-by Pee Wee matched at 0-0 at the end of the .

FOOTBALL ,FOOTBALL years ago during that tense game Reese to Gil Hodges. That par- ninth. It was during the last of
Indians ticular play ended the threat of STAR
between the Cleveland
,the 10th inning with Junior Gil-
and the New York Giants. With the Yankees. The rest of the way
liam on second base, when old
SECOND ANNUAL FLORIDA CLASSIC it was all Johnny Podres' to give
the score tied and one out in the dependable Jackie Robinson came DRIVE-IN LIQUORS

eighth inning, Larry Doby, the the Dodgers the championshipand through again and' laced that old
Indians'[ centerfielder walked. Al the largest series checks in
The Bethune-Co kman Wildcats apple far into the leftfield corner '
Rosen, the Indians third base- the history for their winning to break the '0-0 tie and Gilliam 5668 Avenue "B" Phone! PO 4-9192 .

ft.- man, came to bat and lined a share. raced home and it was the Dod-
single off the glove of Alvin Dark. Baseball fans can also remem-
gers by a 1-0 score.
The' Florida land M RatilersIN ber the 1951 series between the
Vic Wertz, the Indians' first base- In the seventh and final game
man drove one deep toward the Yankees and the New York
when it was like leading cattleto fe
THE centerfield bleachers in the deep- Giants when Monte Irvin,got 11 the slaughter when the Yankees :: ; / y ;-

"GAME Of THE YEAR" est section of the Polo Grounds. hits to tie a series record for the couldn't be stopped. Eaton % S

Mays turned his back and took most hits in a 6 game series.
Howard of the Yankees came in
Gala Pre Game and :Half-Time Spectacular off his cap blew off but he kept Irvin's theft of home is 'also a for his share of the glory when %::t w

travelling. he reached the base vivid picture to be remembered.His he hit his home run behind Yogi :
featuring the theft of home in the first
of the, bleacher wall he stuck out Berra. Negro players have done

Famed Fam-U and .c.c. Marching Bands his glove over his shoulder and game marked the first time the a grand job in baseball. NO UOUOR TASTE... ,
trick was turned in 30 years. Old NO UQUOR, MEATW I

,Saturday (tight, October 20th... 8:00 p.m. dependable Jackie Robinson did ,
/ f the very same thing last year in PILLTKEPLW

GATOR BOWL '- JACKSONVILLE FLAB the first game.' I ,
THE Now, who can forget the seriesof 01 STOMICllnET
1949,when Big Don Newcombewas
ADMISSION HaU-aUve.headachy,when Mestipatlon I
GilletteSip sailing along and pushed upa BOUTB rtomarh sluts- rauD1te
Bex Seat Reserved Section General. 2-0 pitch to Tommy Henrich in Helps relieve sweeten constipation sour stomach orrmtffht.too.

$3,50 &OQ & $2.50 .. $1.00 Speed RAZORWRHttUIIUDi the last half of the ninth. Henrich's Lmtn-Stwc femtpir Juts Brat&!
< No harsh cripinf. Made from pure ,
Mall e"e" hr tickets use ..w'bthtg .cci.d fcy 'e..1 HJ.... Iasi rap landed deep in the vegetable herbi. Thoroughly butgently

.... M.uger. .........c...... c. .... Deft... ...... FloU; Ali rightfield stands at Yankee Stadium *-comforting uncorks cloczed relief in IntesUDeLBnD morning. k 1721..RELSKA8'
Derosa -
J. L g. LM Jr.. BnbMM Meager. NorM A ..* M Uamnlty.TaRe.u..e. IlfD5 CAM$11o to give the Yankees a 1-0 Then ufe took unny acalat Get .a Since :-
Bbck-Draucht today.
victory.It ra-T
T.e k.t. .., ale. char October lit et IN f.llowi.g JeboaYin.. was during the 1948 series ./o.*Posse to .e..M>Sd Ovse> UK d eon MM.*.,.tae st The World's Most, Honored Vodka i
tM.1ywM4. Musk St.... 40$ W. AtfcUtt C:.U. Br.tla.s. who ea.stmaffe. "
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.,.,a spa THE FLORIDA STAR Sctirfey, Octtbcr 20, 1956

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This_is the big weak-end all of us hare been waiting !
Gets Si. Pele Nixon Forsees PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"
midnight tomorrow night. the hopes of the Bethune Group Group
expectations of the Rattler fans will reign iupreme. AU

feel that the Wildcats can defeat Caliber's mighty Snakes On Miami To Appeals Court Integrated U. S. ADVERTISERS

child who has ever'trod the clay hills of,Leon County feels

;- Wildcat is,not,immune to Rattler venom. All we can say is
see. As fox us-may the better team win.Friday Relations ATLANTA-A group of Florida NEW YORK Predictionsfrom
Negro citizens who fast Vice President Nixon indi-
at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park the EWC February
cate the United States will
obtained from U. S.
ing a two and one record will meet the Voohrees Junior ( from Page 5)) a eventually become completely
Judge George W. Whitehurst in WANTED TO BUY
marks the of two' church schools.
Denmark S. C. It meeting
wait for an unpleas Tampa that segregation at a mu integrated, and that "Most of us
school is under the auspices of the,AME Church and
to occur nicipally operated swimming here will live to see the day when
Carolina institution is sponsored by the Episcopal faith poolin American boys and girls shall sit,
Stanley Miledge promin St. Petersburg Florida illegal
: was
is 8.-00 m.. On next week-end the Tigers will engage ; LOTS ON WESTSIDE
pv for and member of the has appealed to the U. S. side by side, at any schoolpublicor
tilt. The contest
Normal Lions in their Homecoming '
reported to the group the Circuit Court of Appeals to up private with no regard paid to
is underway now. additional recreational hold the lower court ruling. the'color of their skin."

Sam Soloman of Miami; is in town for a brief spell. for Negroes citing sta The Vice-President spoke at a
St. Petersburg's assistanlt city
charge of, a ."slum clearance" display which is in the showed that only 2 attorney told a three-judg panel dinner given in honor of the Phone EL 4-2391

Mission Building. Glad to have ,Sam around. He is one of recreational.acreage i is composed 'of Judges Richard T. memory of Alfred .E. Smith, the :

timers and is a prime example of how a good man can't be Negro use although Ne Rives of Montgomery, Ala, Elbert Democrat who, he said, became a

-Supporters of Attorney Ernest Jackson have prepared 16 per cent of the' P Tuttles, Atlanta, and Warren L. symbol of justice to and accomplishment

which shows step by step how. to vote "write-in.* Watch Jones, Jacksonville, Florida, _that for members of minor- -

. or call EL 4-0429-.Jai Telegraph or Atty. Jackson's I company has no the city does not deny Negroes ities.Nixon !
out where the movie will be shown. Every voter in the drivers and it was re admission to-the pool on the basis said, "We lived throughthe

.should make arrangements to see this top-flight movie the company has de of race but rather on the basis of anti-foreign riots of the

demonstrate another way to exercise your franchise. idt lacks applications "business policy." He again ar Know-Nothing days and the Announcing the opening of Offices
hooded terror of the Ku Klux
A recent New York Times survey states that the for such jobs. The gued that the city had the right :
' or Negro voters in the state will probably influence the has expressed its belief and duty to operate municipalSpa Klan.[ Each time we emerged a FOR THE PRACTICE OF

We hope; they know what they are talking about Negro drivers .would beach as would a private corporation : stronger nation ashamed of prejudice -

A gala round of fun has been planned for visitors in insurance rates tso go as a private business and and hate and more deter-

Till week-end. AU place of business are hanging out the that admittance of Negroes would mined to give equal justice to ," .' Opfometry. !;

.,.-' On the "blocks" Miss Daisy is busy decorating Bubba's Roth reporting to the reduce white patronage and force all"He
'. in the colors of both competitors. Buster Ford on the that the transit com the utility into bankruptcy. called for: churches, schools, by

breast of frog legs. Kansas ready to seat passen labor, business and other' organizations
in a new supply of pheasant Francisco A. Rodriguez, Tampa
and other delicacies. The boy has everything in the fancy a desegregated basis "as attorney told the court racial discrimination to work toward the common BUFORD W. KIDD B. S. O. D.
it doesn't violate the law goal of promoting -"under
and Club with genial ,
The Lincoln Golf Country is proper as long as it .
on other means of standing brotherhood and national
a as host is prepared for an expected onslaught of visitors. comes under the guise of the individual
showed that there OFFICE HOURS 9:00 A.M. 6:00: P.M.
s in Roosevelt Grill unity.
want to
For those who' stay but when done by government

pare the meal in the place or you can phone it in on air travel but it becomes subject to the Wednesday 9:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M.
pick up'your dinner stop by Braren's (Wit eburgs) and unique situation on 14th Amendment. The amendment _

package, then you will be set for an evening away from ," in that there is no seg says no state shall deny any Help Waited (Evenings by Appointment),
if the reservatio nis made
at home. person equal protection of the '
The 45th St.Cotton Club has been renamed. It is now telephone. The Grey laws. WOOL PRESSER 5Vi days a : <': 1336 KINGS ROAD
5 in the it was brought out week. S23 East St. Phone -
:!' You can get choice meals served until a. m. Rodriguez: based his argumenton Bay

tar), the owner has many plans. He will have a grand take telephone reserva a district court ruling in West EL 64257. PHONE' 4-2443
makes them only by EL
after he does a little remodeling. .
(' Virginia that admitted Negroes to
; Buford-Kidd-a FAMU grad and native Florida boy appearance and the Ne a white swimming pool and U. S. COOK General hous cleaning.

his office for the practice of optometry on Kings Road in the rear. Supreme Court rulings involving Live on premises. Sunday.Monday

Myrtle Ave. It is up-to-date and the most. Oh, yes, he stated'to Miami's that Negroes down various segregation cases, and off. Ph. EV 91753. _

' doctor.Mannie and ; and that the offi stated that 'There has been nothing Cook to live ;
Hutchinson called John Washington HOUSEKEEPER -
: presented to show that a city
. this week-end but he has on Miami Beach is to on or off premises. $20 week
that he couldn't make the game may act under a proprietary func
;.' for the future. That's our boy Harvey Jackson was In on a non-segregated tion today and'in a governmental room and board. Ph. EV 7-S693-
,further that he has:
furlough after being isolated on the Lake and Ft. Myers capacity tomorrow."
""Sattervhite is still gloating about how of any incidents of: Bob HudsonAND
' Hunter
a spell. r. attending conventions: When one of the judges observed -
Rooms For Rent
Nelson Spaulding on the
service at restaur that the St. Petersburg pool
Willie Wells, Ken Knight, Big John Hightower and probably was built with tax
Turnpike. Nope Clean furnished room with Venetian
took look-see at the new Mercury
a County's white and Negro funds, Young agreed, but con-
and hard at the Lincoln blinds. Use of TV. Singleman
buying but Ken did look long
tended that when
meet a city engagesin
now together ac
Rudolph McKissack. is leading the pack. He is out with a or couple preferred. Phone
to statement by Alice a business it has to be treatedas
It is a lilly other business concerns. EL 4.5578.
who also
reported that
Starting Sunday at the Ritz Is that dramatic story of ,

;y.:. who came back. "I'll Cry Tomorrow," the biography of achievement sixth grade level administer showed brought The St.by a Petersburg group hetded case by was Dr.. Ninth AnniversaryFor Sugar Sugar Sugar
Sunday at the Davis Street playhouse.
begins to be somewhat be Fred W. Alsup against Jack Pur- ,
, On the subject of movies much is being said about 4.1468"r New Bethel AMENew
pupils. year, city recreation director and
policy of the Roosevelt "Man In the Grey Flannel Suit"
Irene Osborne bared her the city.
nice publicity went out with
r. forward. some that the country. is favor The decision will be handed Bethel AME Church,
" ters. These things did not just happen. They were planned. desegregation without down later.Editors. Spring Glen will celebrate its 9th COMING 'YOUR WAY
behind the scenes is quiet
:: and urged the leaders anniversary beginning Sunday,
"has.been with, National Theatre Enterprises for some a policy and "stay with October 21, 3 p. HL, with the Rev.
service he has earned a
Since 'he returned from
I added that "Drifting is Mr. W. Brown conducting serv-
still working behind the scenes to give the moY e-going have to fear most. Differ 7:00 to 9:00 A M.
suggestions and gripes. We ices.The .
service. He invites your of' the council will re Rev. Mr J. W. Smith will .

'room at the top for him. to theidr respective be in charge of services Monday

We Me a new mode of public transportation on the ities the council's find On ProgressIn evening; the Rev. Mr. C. J.
time have our special ; 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
Jacksonville.In order to save we thereby enhance.educa. Brown Tuesday evening; the .

,; which patrols the colored sections constantly. The boys the racial problem. MississippiJACKSON Rev. Mr. Z. L. Tyrus, Wednesday
to wait for the wagon now-it's on the scene. We only hope eveI'Jng.the Rev., Mr. J. W. Watkins -

..... sheriff' or someone starts to clean up the county. and the Rev. Mr. T, Fryerof
Happy birthday' to many of our friends. There's ,- Miss. Twenty- East Palatka, Thursday eve- OVER

;-, Barnes .Jettye McCall Hogan. Mary Betsch and daughter; Jax Buyers two New England editors of some- ning; and, the Rev. Mr. A. L.
\. Roberts and a slough of others. Let's all have a party. what small weekly editions were Scott Friday evening.

: When folk gazed at Albert Jones and Sol Revis To. invited recently to take a fact The Rev. Mr. E. D. Ross will

i; dinner they weren't watching them they were looking at finding tour of Mississippi. deliver the sermon for the Sun '

.. Richardson and Helen King. Oboy and a couple of Best Firms Gov. J. P. Coleman addressedthe day morning worship and the WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

Dr. L E. Williams veteran local physician and group during a "coffee hour"in Rev. Mr. E. W. Morris will deliver

at it." We mean he is still going to school. Each year the I the governor's mansion, and the cluing sermon at 3 p. m.

takes off' for more study. This year the Doctor studied at attention of FLORIDA stated that Mississippi will keep

York Academy of Medicine and, the University of readers is called to the the races apart for "at least the WHEN YOU VOTE-WRITE-IN ONLY ALL NEGRO
;' ; Williams is specializing in cardiology and geriatrics. To L they can secure value next 50 years." E. D. JACKSON

i he is studying heart trouble and diseases of old folk Dr. ; information concerning According to reports, the group PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
Section at Brewster Hospital. He l and the best -IIIIIIIIICIIIr
is chief of the Medical buys was impressed and surprised by

':.. ; to' his office next week. I being offered in local efforts made to improve Negro
: The Urban League will begin its drive in the next education and industrialize the Il lrtSkin sash!
of the local I :
; Julius Bowman the newly appointed director also emphasised that state, and it was noted that the

requesting all Jaxons to help them. If you are in doubt which in state is spending more on Negro Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic, "13 OH EVERY RADIO DIAL"
purpose of.the Urban League and as to what it does l in the local schools than' on white schools.In promptly relieves itching,stops

ask someone in the office. They invite your inquiries. publication adhere to a Columbus, near the Alabama scratching and so helps heal and
4 Nip "Calvert" Sams is sporting a pretty watch. The : of giving Negro patrons clear surface rashes. Buy Extra
border, a group of editors broke. Zemo tor
f his firm for "making his quota for courteous treatment Stubborn zemo
was given to him by -
; away from the planned tour and cases!
of a brand name there is ; give to all
;; To' prove that it's his, in place patrons. talked with Negro residents.
meet him he will show it editors of the FLORIDA .
on' the dial. Don't worry. \if you The editors gave varying opine
November 6 is nearer than you think. Begin now to also point out that ions of the situation in Mississippiwith College & High School Football Schedule For '56
E. I
word around that the pass word in District 11 is write STAR advertisers John P. Kelley mananging
then mark X. He needs your support. See you next week complete stocks of the
editor of the Bridgeport (Conn.))
of goods because Sa!. OeL 20 A T College n. WlnsIon.Salem Winston Salem N. C.
a happy dry week-end. Sunday Herald stating that it appeared .
_'_ aware that the name- SaL Oct. 20 Bethune.Cookman vs. Florida A IE M Jacksonville na.
i to him that Mississippi
( WHOLE &LUE FISH :............. ..... i conscious Negro market Negroes are "brainwashed." Mon. Od. 22 Grambling n. Morris Brown Shreveport La.

c: millions of dollars an- J. Clark Samuel, editor of the Thur. Od. 25 Fessenden High n. Dade City Ocala na.

...... .... ............ in Jacksonville alone on
. BLUE FISHMEDIUM .. ..... .6 Foxboro (Mass.) Reporter said,, Sat. Cd. 27' A T College n. Morgan Stale Greensboro N. C.

MULLET.. ........i....::;..,........... !products.foods to ranging home appli from "There will never be integrationin I Sat.. Oct. 27 F1a. A.. Ie M. y. Xaner' Tallahassee, Fla.Sat. .
Y_, L.c.l r..rite. :; .. Mississippi you just can't:
LARGE MULLETMEDIUM .. ..._....'.1::... ....,.. and cosmetics. change a people's way of life." Od. 2.7 Grumbling n. Jackson Grumbling La.

SHRIMP ......... .......<.:.. list of ,some of the Paul C. Cummings, Jr., editor o Wed. Oct.. 31 Lincoln High Sch., n.. Miami M1&mL F1a.I .

_ s.c..4 *. H... firms and national prod. and publisher of the Peterborough!I Thur. Noy. 1 Fessenden High n. Inverness 0ca1a. F1a.

SPECKLED TROUT ...... /... ....... which are advertised in (N. H.) Transcript made the observation Sat. NOT. 3 A Ie T College n. Florida IE M -Tallahassee, na.I .
STAR for the
STANDARD O'YSTER: ......... ,. of.Negro readers are: that "Mississippi is in I Sat. Noy. 3 Bethune.Cookman n. Grambling Tampa, F1a.I .

......... H. WasteSNAPPER :' the process of evolving toward I
Red Cross Shoes Fri Noy. 9 Fessenden High n. A1&chua A1achua. Fle.
FILLET .. ... .. ... .. ..,... | integration, begrudgingly."
.'.' SLs Newsom's. Fur- Fri Noy. 9 Lincoln High Sch. n. Pensacol& Pensacola", F1a.
FLORIDA LOBSTER .. ...........'.. ... Co. Broad at Adams; "
Sat.. Noy. 10 A Ir T College n. Virginia State Greensboro N. C.
Food Stores Jax .
; PROCESSED AND CURED Sa!. Noy. 10 Bethune-Cookman n. Xavier New Orleans La.
, Stores; Champion's Drama
Fe cy Fresh Fresea 125 W. SU Mag- Gripping Sa. Noy. 10 Fla..A.. Ie M. YL Allen U.. T.llahasa., F1a.
MULLET ROE ................. Bay
. .;.."- Improvement Corp. 2478 Sat.. Nov 10 Grambling n. Prairie View Grambling La.
t Cell WreweJ Ia 1-lb.. 'kss. 11 Ritz

S A LTC 0 D .. ....................w..... _......,.. : : Fidelity Federal 16 Thor NOT. 15 Lincoln High Scb. n. Ga1neni11e Tallahassee. na.Frio .
and Assn.
KIPPERED] HERRING ........... gi Noy. 16 ,f.euenden Nigh n. LHshurg Ocala", F1a.l .
SLj Pepsi-Cola Dealers
SALT MACKEREL .. ...,... .... ...." ; Mather Furni- Susan Hayward and Richard l Sat. Noy. 17 Bethune.Cookman n. Allen U. Columbia S. C.
Conte are featured in 111 Cry
. Hew Peck Hr.W.m Production .. Forsyth corner New- Tomorrow". ,starting Sunday al; Sat.. NOT. 17 Fla. A.. Ie M.. n. Southem u. Baton Rouge La.SaJ. .

SALT HERRING .. ,... Wood's Dixie-Pharmacy the Ritz. Nov. 17 Grumbling 'YL Bluefield Stale CnmbliDg. La.
, I Rd. at Myrtle Ave: The dramatic film is the true t Sat. Noy. 24 ,A Ir T College n. N. C. College Durham H. C.
; -
THE SEAFOOD CENTER I Vodka Godefroy Lane- story of Lillian ,Roth who went t Sat. Noy. 24 Bethune-Cookman n. Kentucky State Daytona Brach Fie

Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone EL I for Hair. Tears from an fame alcoholic.to skid row-sixteen I Sat. Dee. 1 Fla. A. IE M. -w Ts. _w? _', HLami. Fla.

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