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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 27, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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ST. PETERSBURG Circuit Court Judge John U. Bird was I Rufus Walker. 54. of 1109 Pow- $ .
..f written a 'letter by the Baptist Ministers Conference St.Petersburg hattan St, suffered a gunshot BY ERIC SIMPSON ..
criticizing remarks he made in sentencing.a Negro woman charged wouhd in the left leg when his The question of how to vote in the presidential election on x : .

:! with possession of moonshine.. where he 'stated, "If I grant her a wife Pauline Walker 52, came November 6 becomes increasingly perplexing especially since it is
.' probation every colored person in St Petersburg would'start selling into the living room carrying a very obvious that both the Republicans and the Democrats in Duval :

moonshine.:" .35 calibre S & W revolver. County are reluctant.to make an open bid for the Negro vote. pJ .
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T. The ministerial conference I Walker'was allegedly whipping Both parties seem afraid that any open attempt to win the Negro
; s\ated'1ha ,the,remarks-were crimes committed by those who II his 9-year-old daughter, Charlene vote wilt result :/In the loss of white votes.
1. **an)insulate the Jfegro-ministry. defy ethical and moral standards. Walker. He ,was,, sitting in the J fi js tme 'thaftthe Republicans have opened a Negro campaigniHoTOrtefs
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the tMstian! la'i aia1181aw- 11 Vtdi 'Negitt tizessiti j
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:W' + iaioyenplebuilding, headed by Henry
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burJ'cOmm St who honest wife>iir.oat'of a bedroom and < .
abiding Citizens of Petersburg, :are. ,1 Williams, a real estate agent and a staunch Republican but the -
nity." trustworthy truthful and.defenders i told him to stop fussing and that operations of this office isJ limited reportedly, due to the lack ,of
I he was not going to run over the '
The letter stated In part "We of law and order. funds
do not feel that every Negro In ". We trust that in passing I child. Charlene -is an adopted
The Volunteers for*Stevenson have also opened an Stevenson-
St, Petersburg was being sen sentence in the future you ,will daughter. .
Kefauver headquarters in the heart of Ashley Street but it is doubtful
The wife is alleged to have rne4the
tenced in this case; neither do we sentence the guilty individual and ....., ___ .
that it will serve any useful purpose as far as getting out the "'''' II'''> ''
pistol one time hitting heJ'husband
feel that Negro should be not a whole race of people.
every IN JAX Ocala's gift. to Jacksonville is
vote for the Democrats. OCALA CHARMER -
condemned for the 'The letter bore the signatures of in the left leg. He was
judged or
in
Schoniers former Ocalan now residing the '
done few.We .. the Rev. L A. Lattimore Conference taken to Duval Medical Center for At the moment it appears that about 55 percent of the Negro harming Miss Lilly a
crimes
by a
Over the "Florida Classic" weeks just past. she entertained I
Gateway City.
voters in Du..l.fayor the Eisenhower Nixon ticket. but of
treatmentThe > : many
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believe and.the Rev. W.
do not that president
we
Ocalans who visited the city.for ",
a bevy of equally charming
should judge every !white"person A. Johnson, secretary. case was investigated by this _fifty-five percenthaye- indicated thai they would vote the '
by those who are found guilty of ,Judge Bird said "This probablyis Sgts. T. W. Wingate E. R. Prince, Democratic ticket if they could be convinced that voting the Demo- the. unforgettable game. ,
kidnapping mob violence, lynching a misunderstanding. It was not W. C. Barber and F. A. Gruber.Max cratic party ticket.would serve the best interests of the_Negro people.' ---------------

and other crimes. Some of the my intent to reflect on,the,color. For one thing the action of the Duval Democratic Executive Committee -
finest people we know are members ed race "He also said he .in ousting Ernest Jackson from the slate to run for the Justice 20 Teachers Go. On Trial
of the Peace post of the 11th District renaming the candidatehe ,
of the white race and we do thought it was a good letter and Is Slabbed
not feel that all white people that he would reply to it when defeated as the Democratic nominee has ,left a nasty taste in the

should be condemned for the he receives his copy. In[ Fiss mouths of the Negro people from Pensacola to Miami The result is On NAACP Oath Case :
Family that many feel that now is the time- to pay the Florida Democrats .
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Eisenhower Due In Jax; During an argument between back However for their treachery.the Volunteers for% Stevenson composed of a group CHARLESTON, S. C, A trial set for October 22 here was :'

Wright Mitchell 36 and his wife headed by Mayor Haydon Burns and J. J. Daniels who are spear. concerned with the case of"more than 20 Negro teachers who were 1
Mary Mitchell of 758 W. AshleySt heading the campaign to elect Stevenson and Kefauver have declared discharged from their teaching positions because> they refused to -1

WM At Mitchell received stab woundsin that they have no ties whatever with Edgar W. Waybrighl and the sign a new anti-NAACP membership oath required by the state. :;
Speak Airport the left arm and laceration of Duval Democratic Executive Committee which is responsible for the Attorney for the NAACP will
treachery in ousting Jackson. x'
leg.
argue the teachers' case before a
As have-said before there is little difference between the
we
It is allied that Mitchell and
federal court The
President Dwight IX Eisenhower will deliver a speech in Jacksonville his wife were in an argument Democrats and the'Republicans'and it will be hard to weigh which three-judge expected to base their

On Monday when his plane stops over at Municipal, Airport. about him not coming home the one offers Negroes more in the way of equal opportunities and full case lawyers on denial are of the" constitutional j
Plans are being made for a
night before the argument occur citizenship. rights of freedom of speech and
giant delegation to'meet the President red. Mitchell stated that the wife Under the Republican we have had an era of 'prosperity and freedom of,association, and to ask I

who will deliver his talk.aJ' wielded the knife that sent him to during the Eisenhower Administration the Supreme. Court has ruled, that the teachers not be excluded I

2 p. m; during a 'program being 3uval Medical Center. He wascarried favorably on school,, integration. from their school positions be-
sponsored' jointly by the Duval to the.hospital by a HU1- On the other hand under the Democrats desegregation of the of refusal to the oath.
cause sign
Republican Party and the Democrats man-Pratt ambulance treated and\ armed forces was ordered and ,the FEPC to end discrimination in
The plaintiffs all taught in
for lUsenhower.: released. federal employment was fathered. K' S h
It' announced,that the public that of the local Elloree :;. C, The antiNAACPoath
was.
Sgt F. A. Gruber W. C Bar- But it appears many of us are thinking scene
is invited to attend the airport ber and Patrolman. A. R Jones too and would'support the Democrats only if they are assurred of was inserted in teacher employment ;t

program being designed to greet investigated. such changes,as an end to discrimination in ,local civil service jobs applications after for the -l lrV
the President. Buses will' be made k z employment of Negroes as electric and water meter readers 1956-57 school year : the I ?
available to persons desiring to employment of Negro firemen and the provisions of employmentfor 1956 General Assembly enacted (
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go to the airport Youg Woman 21 Negro clerks in the county and city offices, which are now planning legislation barring NAACP mem-
bers from state,;countyand municipal .1
A spokesman for the 'Republican to add additional personneL ; :
Party who invited the Editorof Shot These are the things we must consider before we, vote Democratic employment May 31, .1956, .>
the FLORIDA STAR to join the Acidenially pr Republican. was the deadline for signing the

newsmen who will cover the FINAL "INSTALLMENT NEXT WEEK new oath.Woman.

Presidential visit stated Jhat buses:) In Family Row t / X : 4
and Broad -'
from Ashley
v.i111eaye

at airport 12 p* m. taking. citizens to the A charge of discharging fire- Boycott Leaders Will Appeal Attacked art.SPEAKER charming-wife Mrs.of Sarah Dr. W.Sttw-B. 'fo.> .s-

arms,in the city limits faces Theodore
.t Roosevelt Flournoy, 32 of $11,000 Files For Car Pool Operation By Her Boyfriend Waters Stewart.College president will of deliver Edward the ..... ,4 r

Easfstte Mai Hit Dwight D.'Eisenhower 4174 Broad,Street 'as a result of Women's Day message Sunday

his.gunplay- last Tuesday evening. TALLAHASSEE' An Rudd did not give an opinion ;- 1. morning at 11 o'clock at the :,
Judge
A police investigation was call- ,attorney Alexander 25, pf
Willie Mae
Assailail Paul AME: Church where the
ly Ai Man. Gets. :30 Days ed ,after a young woman Louis for 21 Negro bus ..boycotters has ;but merely, stated: 755 'W Ashley "St.. reported that St Rev. J. A* Roberts pastor. .:
Moore. 28. a friend of Mrs Jua- announced they wilt appeal the "Based on the -law and the she was attacked by her boyfriend Mrs. Stewart Is the daughter of

Charles McCormack who lives For Knife Assail! nita Moore suffered a gunshot extremely heavy finesamounting facts we1 find the 'defendantS while visiting at 718 Madison St the late Mr. and Mrs. John R. and
Oakley Street the via wound.It to Jll.OOO- imposed, 9n eland :guilty as. charged. _. .
was that
a| 1240 The young woman states Sadie Scott of, Miami and the
tim of an assailant who,hit him was revealed that Theodore the Inter-Civic, Council for In 'addition to the fines, 'the her boyfriend Woodrow Washington granddaughter of the Rev. ,JohnR. .
with an unknown'object when.he A Jacksonville man Willie Floumoy' and his wife quarreled operating a ,car pool here in protest defendants were sentenced to 60- of 755 W. ':Ashley Street Scott founder and first pastorof
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went to_h.Scar! to call his wife, Watts, was sentenced in City JEter he arrived home from work of bus segregation.Atty. day jail: terms which the judge came to 718 Madison Street where St. Paul _AME: Church.
Pearlie McCormacfc : Court to serve thirty days for aknife about her hanging the phone up Francisco ,Ridriguez was suspended However, he placed she was ,visiting and called her She is the former head of the
'The victim states that when,he assault on a 54-year-old wo on him earlier in the day. expected make his plea for a each of them on a year's proba- out of the house. She said he Language Arts Department of
In the fuss, that. followed it is new trial later this week. -
got to his car: Jie was struck with .man. tion. struck her on, the head knockingher Booker T. Washington in Miami
an object unknown:A mad whose 'The victim of, ,the assault is reported that the wife got a knife City Judge John .Rudd found the down and started cutting her and served as state president of
Immediately following sen-
one is Willie:Dukes'". named Mrs. Katie Mae Moore of 67 Oak! and went after'her husband who the group guilty of operating an and right shoul-
thigh and
of .the on the right the High School's Drama
leader ,protest
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and
woundsin had secured rifle and shot illegal transportation system tence a
suferedknife
once
ai the suspect ,* _. -?. <4 rjOificeWG. Street She a the'j21 and called the ruling ""legal sabotage der. ;P JV: Speech Association>- f o r three
fined each ol persons group '
: R 'and'R.. the neck and on the left and down a dark hallway wounding '
Thomas J. Seldon and'M. New- She holds membership in
which shereported Louise Moore: who had intervenedin the ICC $500., .: ,_ of .a movement designed' .u to Officers years-
the right thighs .R.- "'I .
Johnston investigated
1 ;: : In the sentence, bring about democracy.i som conducted the investigation. the AKA SoiorilT.pF
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BY ERIC O. SIMPSON


P.W1I 4 fcy Tfce ,....... Star P *BsU.f c.
, BOTH DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS AFRAID

,1' Msaag '.w...: TO MAKE BID FOR THE NEGRO VOTE
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ale;e. SIMPSON 4 __ Mo..atas Mtet .t .... DOMINATE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ACTIONSThe
C.|?..hc. Jefaue. Ntwi Shrfl .I .x .

.;: :f' Member of Associated Negro, Frew 1N4LI' day on which the general elections: will be held is lust abouta

--,.- .. week off but I don't know when I hare seen a more demoralizing

SUBSCRIPTION FATES I' and.confused atmosphere anywhere Just a few days before a presidential -
0. Tau, S.oo; Half Ye.r, SJ.OOTkm Meatl, $JO ri election as exists in Dural County today. .

MaW. T. Y... Aeywfcei. la tile u.... States.. t' ". w One noticeable --1
S. crf tes P.,*... !. UY. c.. Serf Check ., Meeey Or** TetFldftWA condition local big shots get all the credit, m
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JACKSdMVOLZ 1, FLORIDA .,.' .
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-.f. is that both the I and whatever benefits come downare

I : Democrats and] divided among the white boys

the Republicans and girls.
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seem to be Several thousand Negroes in
Conviction Of Boycotters I I.I. ignoring the Duval County have indicated that ,

Negro vote. I 4ry they have faith in this column ,
) k Both parties and are satisfied that the writerof

Is A Denial Of Freedom \ -1 want the Negro this column will advise them I

vote, but bothof how to vote in the coming,election -
them are re- for the best interests the

r lucant to make,, Negro people.
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an open bid forit. But it is not going to be that
Tallahasseans Are Urged .
Simpson: way this time. Before we vote

I' Fd The way I analyze it Is that the Democratic or Republican well
't; To Continue Bus
: Boycott. Republicans in Florida and Duval have to know what the Negro
# .:' } County are just afraid to come people are going to get out of it.

out and make a bid for the Negro By Nov. 3 when either the

The conviction of the car pool operators functioning in vote for fear of losing some of the Democrats or the Republicanstell

the Tallahassee bus boycott is something'we-all-regret., white vote. The nearest the Re- us exactly what Negroes in
at publicans have _come to making a Duval and other counties can ex-
We are truly in sympathy with the movement and under- o+SQ.vo4- bid for the Negro vote is settingup pect we will advise our followers
stand the conditions which motivated the Inter Civic group in the Masonic Tem- which of the two
\ .. an office parties we as a
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to impose the five-month boycottIt r ple Building on Broad Street witha group should support.It .
'Segregationists. Will Fail In Their. Efforts To Silence Her"
is our feeling that Negroes should support a boycott 4c pair of workers to give out cam- is pathetic that the Democratic

of.any public service or facilities which do not provide the paign literature.On Party in Duval County is
same accommodations and treatment for colored citizens as LIBRA the other hand the Democrats torn apart as it is and that thereis

they do others. Born Sept. 24 thru' Oct. 23 are split into' two factions, an atmosphere of chicanery and
Your .October 22nd thru 31st fighting among themselves. One sinister maneuverings hangingover
However, in studying the situation that existed in the WeeklyH.roscope Revise your financial policies. group the Duval Democratic Exe- itThis

Tallahassee issue we have come to the conclusion that the The significant planetary changes cutive Committee' headed by Ed- split is doing the Steven-

problem was not properly handled by the boycott leaders, GuideWHICH previously 'outlined'may call fora gar W. Waybright has shown by son-Kefauver ticket no good

evidently because they did: not have the benefit of experi- complete new look at your fiscal its actions that it regards the Ne- whatever. How can anyone have

enced counseling and possibly because some of its leaders got ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR procedures. The hazards of spec- gro voters with contempt. This is any faith in the Duval Democratic

carried away emotionalism and the anxiety to make a BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ulation and uncontrolled spendingfor the group who threw out the Ne- Party when there is evidence of
name for themselves and their organization. social business reasons are gro candidate who won the nomi- unjust dealings and betrayal in
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PABLO ASTROLOGER nation for the Justice of the its midst?
For one thing, we do not feel that it was enough for the'II' By The emphasized by the Sun. There
Peace of the 2nd District and ina There four
was betrayal
indications that such activitiesas years
boycott group to simply demand an end to segregated seating are
convention of the Duval
and expect it to be done. The Inter Civic group should have ghost writing or connectionswith : special "bootleg" ago when some
named the defeated candidate Democratic officials
brought suit to secure ruling that the segregation law whichis ABIES CANCER public organizations could as Party sup-
its nominee for the Justice of Eisenhower in
enforced in Tallahassee is unconstitutional. Born March 21 thru April 19 Bom June 22 thru July 22 become profitable. A hasty de- ported preferenceover
Peace race in the 11th District Stevenson. But four
October 22nd thru 31 si October 22nd thru 31st cision presents evidence that you years
On the other hand, we do believe that the conviction of should investigate such openingsor after the 2nd District ,had been later we have some of the same
persons for giving a lift in his car to anyone they chose con- Security is your main goal. You Inspiration backs those who other enterprises that are declared unconstitutionally set up. "good Democrats" shouting their

stitutes a serious, encroachment: on the freedom of citizens. seem to be faced between the alternatives strive. The temptation to get in- of a any secret or confidential nature. The other faction of Democratsis heads off for Stevenson Such
j of building your life volved in an emotional or speculative -
of call
composed a group who inconsistency!
It is also noted that City Judge John Rudd made'a great': and economic foundations throughthe ,. adventure .is likely to be Charitable projects may also appeaL themselves the Volunteers for Evidence of the internal turmoil -
display of being lenient suspending the sentences of thedefendants slow but sure method or created by hasty decision. you headed
I Stevenson by Mayor and disagreement that exists
and placing them on probation for one year .1 through the more risky practice utilize the, energies released by 3-10--44-16-74-393 Haydon Burns and J. J. Daniels. between the two groups sup-

which of course is another way of limiting their activity in i of speculating. Your' sign places these planets creatively you can This group expects the Negroes to posedly working for the electionof

the protest movement.Let the choice on the first alternativeas provide; pleasure for loved ones, SCORPIO follow them just because its lead- Stevenson and Kefauver was

us hope that the Negro people of Tallahassee will not the one which you should select children and, above all yourself. Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 ers say 'so. They have promised seen when Stevenson appeared at .
if it bit too tame Should take the risks
even seems a you
let this:temporary setback deter them or in 'any way discourage you October 22nd thru 31st Negroes nothing in the way of political Hemming Park under the spon-
for your impatient and daring na know you'shouldn't, you may provoke gains therefore it of the local Volunteers for
appears sorship
them from carrying out the boycott. Inspired ideas should be heed-
ture. It will be through earnest problems fan emotionaland
that it will be the old of
ed. The realization of same storyof Stevenson and Kefauver. None
It has been'started in and it must not be allowed to fail effort, good administrative quali- 'financial nature. All Cancer- and the of your hopes Negroes getting out and votingfor the members of the Duval Democratic
development
now. We can see nothing wrong with a citizen calling at the ties and conservative practicesthat ians have a fine opportunity of life your social a presidential candidate be- Executive Committee, including -

home of a friend or relative to take him to work. Just be you will gain'your ends: using their heads and hearts for seriously hinge take greatly the intuitive on how cause the local big shots have directed Chairman Edgar Way-

sure that you do not pick up people along established bus 1-20-33-12-65-153 the benefit of those close to them. promptings you you receive and how a few "leaders" and a bright was anywhere on the platform -

routes, or at bus stops.It 2-70-66 14-62-741 you follow through. Your sign handful of money grabbing min-

may be necessary to walk But one thing must not TAURUS favors a positive reaction to these isters to pass the word on to I am reliably informed that Mr.
Born April 20 thru May 20 LEO
happen. forces, even if they seem unreal colored voters how they want Waybright has jssued a protest
October 22nd thru 31st Born July',,23 thru Aug. 23 ot you rgiht now. Your judgment them to vote. charging that Mayor Haydon

THE BOYCOTT MUST NOT FAIL. Keep harmony in your relations. October 22nd thru 31st provides more or less the same After the election is over however Burns,and J. J.'Daniels "without

Your sign emphasizes the value of "All's well that ends welL" As message with the added admonition the Negro gets none of the consultation with this Commit-

maintaining cordiality in marital long as you do not personally in- to build up private and join; political benefits that should tee" held this meeting of the Volunteers -

CATHOLIC PRELATE CALLS domestic and public relations as tervene in the natural outcomes resources in addition to your come from helping to put the administration for Stevenson and form-

this is the surest guarantee of produced by the events of the preceding .spiritual powers. The friends you in office. Instead the (Continued on Page 7)

achieving your ultimate ends. 'weeks, the consequenceswill I make also become
now can strong
FOR OF
DEFENSE NAACP"The Taureans who are eligible may not be too hard for you to ,and beneficial influences. in. your
very well take measures to change take. Your sign points up the existence. -

time has come for''law-abiding citizens of the Uni- this condition. Difficulties may risks of more revolutionary devel- 5-50-60-18-67-392
ted States-whatever their personal opinion: of the-NAACPto be created with or by existing allies opments if you try to bend peopleor

rally to its defense in those states where its very right to or members of the family events to your wilL The thingto
circle arounc\the 30th. You will do is to sit tight come what SAGITTARIUSBorn
existence as an organization is being challenged not merelyby
private individuals but by government itself," says Monsignor have to rely mostly on your in- may, and to contain your impulsesand Nov. 23 thru Dec 21 ,.

George G. Higgins of the National Catholic Welfare ate good Judgment and strengthof emotional reactions even October 22nd thru 31st

Conference in a feature article released by the Catholic Inter- character to provide the an- when you are seething inside. Follow the true path. You are
racial Council here today. swers as to what you should or 7;-90-88 1&-75-698 being subjected to conflicting

Citing the attacks,upon the Association since the United should not do. emotions and pressures, 'and it

States supreme Court anti-segregation ruling of May 17, 6.-40-22-1C---71-495 VIRGO will take some fine discriminationfor

1954 Mftgr. Higgins charges that "those states which are try- Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 you to separate the true from
outlaw the administrative GEMINI October 22nd thru 31st the false. Even if you have been
ing organization by ruling or by
legislative fiat are clearly violating one'of the most funda- Born May 21 thru Jun. 21 Positive thinking moves moun- disillusioned, the high ideals that

mental principles oi,the natural law in the field of political October 22nd thru 31st tains. The tendency to think negatively are inherent to your nature

action; "That principle,",he asserts "is the freedom of association Change with the times. You is still very much in evidence should not be lightly abandoned.This .

which,ls given to men not by government but by will no doubt create new situations but there are more hopeful period unveils opportunitiesto

the very laws of nature.itself.and which may not legitimatelybe regarding domestic family signs that you are becoming fully do considerable good ,in this
taken away from them by government." and service questions. Your adap- aware.that there is more merit in world even if this is not exactly
should to adopting positive views. Success the path to fame and glory. If
table nature help you
The Catholic leader who is director of the social action
without too and.new' honors are the prizes in allow yourself to be influ-
bridge the -changes you
department of the NCWC warns "that any government which
in volved. The frustrations that en- enced by inner dissatisfactions
much ado as long as you get your -
violates this principle of freedom of association for whatever ;
the from the inability to out are, apt to invite fu-
step with 'the trends or people sue snap you a
reasons of political:expediency or local prejudice takingthe -
responsible. This of the doldrums can entrain phys- ture of life that could be
who are way
first step down the.road that leads all too quickly to the
havingto ical well psychological road- upsetting. *
period brings problems as as
up
violation of other human rights and eventually, unless the r
endeavors blocks. The possibility of con- 3-5O-88-13--78--223 s'f
do with gainful coworkers ,
process is reversed, to some form of totalitarianism, as dem:
people who serve you, quering over all these handicap-
onstrated by the history of nazism, facism and communism. 4-I'
procedures dependents and pets. ping, factors is brought out by a
"There is no law which says that any individual or any You should be perfectly-capable little study. Once you have mas- CAPRICORN
has to with the of the NAACP Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 1.
government agree strategy I400WRHC
: of making things work out as you tered yourself you will find a 1400
Msgr. Higgins asserts. "But there is a law-the very ,law of want In the final accounting. new serenity. October 22nd thru 31ti

nature itself-which states imperiously that no power on 5-60-55-15-74-545 9-100- -14-63-745 Try the spiritual road, Even if
earth has the right to legislate a voluntary organization out material considerations: are by no KEN KNIGHT

of existence unless, of course in. the words of L 2CTTT, the means'negligible in your calculations -

organization in question is professedly seeking .an objective GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING_ FOR 1955 you have the capacity for

,t which is clearly at variance with good morals, 'with justice ( .... more beneficial pursuits. If 'you Presenting .
Ute this ceeye*. lose .are beet .neH. Seed 10 cub CMta
I or with the welfare of the state.' It need hardly be pointedout I ca) fer 'eecli ......... erd. ,r.J by MIL lacbee self ...rau4. hear the call to reverse your be- KNIGHT TBAIN
that Leo XIII and his successors would not concede that; .-._.ee1 ..,...... Write .....". 1W..ff.r ...* Mt ...., .. ......h liefs and ta follow the path to
th.eNAACP is such an organization. On the contrary, the I .f .... ......-.. CeiIML greater spiritual enlightenment, 8.-9 PM.--12-1N1hit

NAACP is professedly seeking an objective which is in complete you should not turn it down. As r

harmony ,with Christian social teaching as interpreted r URLO. HDIUDA STAR 45TftOtOCI : I i long as you are true to yourself

s by,Leo and his successors, namely, equal rights for colored *: o. fox sirJAOQQNYIUI :your efforts will bring you new SWEET CHARIOT

people in the civic and political order." 1 I, FLA.y :friends and greater faith in the
9:30
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may be your real objective after ,BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
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: qe State I II. alL Can make trouble if you pur-

,:, Vote November 6th fiete-efttft" _... 4 a M.tbt.'. 'I.. ,sue 460,551878.444Continued purely material goals., 10:3012 -' Monday Thru Saturday

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jtttut, P l't Dtiglas AiJers.iATcIiviIiesTold. I- Mothers Club Plans Drive For: Blood Bank I

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Mrs Miram Davis of 1225 W.
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18th St. had as Kerr: house guest 'Liz

recently'. her sister;f;Mrs' Inez The new junior-senior high

Scott, former resident of this school classroom,, addition will be u .

city. A c .. dedicated October 31, Special SS; -

services are being arranged to
C. S. Williams continues ill in commemorate this dedication.The + cn; s.ar.5

his home at 716 Broad St He is program will begin at 10:15a.

public relations director for the m. After the ceremony all' ; r

AME Church, llth Episcopal District classrooms and offices will be I' 3

open for inspection and visits. .

The beautification committee is :
:
Isaac Brown of Woodland Cir working to have the entire build- ;
cle is ill in the Duval Medical ing ready for this ser.jce.Holloween .

Center. He is a member of the r a
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New Hope.AME Church. .
The activity committee has- announced 44 a .Y a
the dates for the annual
Mrs. Henrietta Tompkins of > r
parties for both the elementary
1224 W. 19th St, is recuperating '
school and the high schooL The II C
in the Duval Medical,Center. She .
elementary party will begin at
is member-of Class Leader 16,
a
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12:30 Tuesday, October 30. Mrs. R
Grant Memorial AME Church.
I Ethel Reed is ch'inn 1n rf the,
committee and has appointed
Mother Etta Parker, a faithful I[special! game directors to provide I II ..
member of St Paul AME Church
i 1 fun for all : ,.
is back in the city after visitingin : i d 1
Savannah and Brunswick Ga,I y. q .
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and Hartford, S. C. Shj- reportsa Gardner V
'1 Mrs. J. Sams
very pleasant stay. vK tt

Feted On Birthday

Circle ...
Lucky Sixteen <0 -?"" 'H .5 a
bars J. Gardner Sams was feted : :x ,- r
Announces ActivitiesThe with a surprise birthday party in S-
the home of her sister-in-law'

Mrs.. Vivian Chavis, 1923 Durkee ,
Lucky Sixteen Sewing Drive W.r on Friday evening: I F
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Circle met recently in the homeof Oct. 19.Mrs. I a r.ii C
Mrs. Minnie King on 20th St : : Y 9 ZwO. _
Sams was greeted with the I
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Mrs Fannie Robinson .presi- birthday song as she entered the w ,
dent, presided over the meeting, door and showered with a variety : N at' j
where' plans were made for the 55X
of gifts.
annual Thanksgiving Dinner to ,
Persons present included Mrs. _
be given in the home of Mrs.
Louise Sams sister-in-law of the ""
Shellie Roberts on Frazier St,
honoree; J. Gardner Sams her >
and for the Christmas Party to be
husband; Mrs. Vivian Charts sis-
held in the Richmond Hotel Tea y t
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Y
; win w T YP4. i y d ,.f
Room, with committee appointed -
Morse Mr and Mrs. E. P. Jones,
for the two events.
Miss Thelma Small Mrs. Naomi As / .
The home was beautifully deco- Harris Mrs. M < i ;
., Theresa Mackey, row + a w, :
rated and refreshments were Mrs, Sarah Holloway, Arthur
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served. King, Charlie Goff, Washington s." .
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Mrs. Annabelle Rucker a mem- Tayne, Herbert Branker, Sandra R' i

ber of the circle residing at 635 Olivis Miltoh.Patricia Sams Earl j.sS.
'y' [
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W. 8th St, entertained her.sister, TL; Harris, Jr. Renee Harris and y .RM;
Mrs. FrancesWhitehurst of who took
May Dr. N. W. Spaulding,
7t
Chicago Thursday evening with pictures the group. 2'Y

members of the club present. The guests and guest of honor

enjoyed a delicious repast served
by Renee Harris, Sandra Milton / .i J -, : ,
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For Forest. Park School I I PLANNING BLOOD BANK CAMPAIGN The activities of the Brewster Mothers Club which met recently in the home of Mrs. J. E. Davis to plan a drive

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I Elks Auditorium for blood are essayed the photos above. At top left Mrs. Reba Brock. a well-wisher is greeted by Mrs. Evelyn Freeman. At right Mrs. Louvenia DriskelL standing.

Officers of the Mothers' Coun- I is seen impressing upon members of the club the need for the blood drive. Listening attentively from left are Mesdames Evelyn Mannings. Orzola Burgess. Willie Mae

cil of Forest Park School for the i I Watson and Ollie Thomas. ,
1956-57 school year were electedin Sceae Of Concert
a meeting held recently at the: In the scene at bottom left.Mrs. Anna Wells and Mrs. Estella Burden are seen taking notes from committee members. Mrs. Fannie Jones. Mrs. Jimmie Davis and

schooL- Mrs.Bernice Douglas. In the final photo the roll is being! called. From left are Mrs. Erma Muldrew. Mrs. Louvenia Wells (calling the roll). Mrs.Doris Williams and Mrs.
I A gospel concert will be held .
Parents and guardians of children in the Elks Auditorium 712 W. Maeola Robinson. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS .
enrolled in the school met in
Duval Street, Sunday*October 28,
the various classrooms with the .
at 9 p. m.
teachers discuss. report cards. 'The Caravan Singers of Chicago Nightingale Saving Club Mrs. Marie Singleton I
Persons elected to serve on the
Ill and Prof. Alex Brad-
Mothers' Council are: Mrs. Dora ford and his group will be fea- Will Sponsor Fall Tea Surprise Honoree Why should hair

Jenkins president; Mrs. Roberta tured artists. your

Johnson vice president; Mrs. lola The Caravans group is com The home of Mrs.: Cede Hol- Mrs. Marie Singleton well- '

Bradwell secretary; Mrs.:. Pauline posed of Albertina Walker, Cas- mes, 1112 West 19th St, has been known Jacksonville resident anda r old and ? ,

Bryant, assistant secretary; Mrs. sietta. George Gloria Griffin, selected as the setting for the Fall teacher in the local school sys- say you re gray 4

Elouise Griffin treasurer) Mrs. Johnerin Davis, Louise McDonald Tea to be sponsored Sunday,Oct. tem was honored with a surprise

.Dorithia Taylor, financial secre- and James Cleveland. 28, from 4 to 6 p. m. by the Night- dinner party recently on the occasion -
tary: Mrs. Rosatee Woolbright, Tickets are on sale for the ingale.Savings Club. of her bir1hday.Arrangementu. .

assistant financial secretary; Mrs. event and, may, be"purchased at The program will consist of for the party

Thelma Barnwell chaplain; and the Hollywood Music Store, 605 music from the male chorus of were made jointly by the husbandof

Mrs. Sarah Smith reporter.The W. Ashley St Willie Smith's St. Paul Church; solos by Arthur the honoree. Lacy Singleton; ..r5r

meetings are reld regularly Confectionery, Third St and Lee Singleton Althee Parker, her sister and brother-in-law, Mr.

second Monday night in the Florida Ave.; Buster Ford's Placeon Clarence Jones, Amos Ealey, and Mrs. Frank Houston of New

month and all parents and guardians the eastside;. 1311 Fairfax St; Harry Simmons and Allen Jack- York City. Close friends and

of students are expected to and from James Byrd of Wescon- son; duet Walter and Mary Lee; members of the family were pres- b !.

attend nett. and readings by Mrs. Daisy ent to extend congratulations to

Reaves, A. Moss, Mrs. Frances Mrs. Singleton and to enjoy the
Rh'oulac and Mrs Marie Collier. entertainment provided. c?;; _;c .. rY S >a-L

.' An award will be given to the An elaborately prepared dinner ;

/ / club of the city having the largest was served as a climax to the

number of members present Mrs. evening. R D j
L. Z. Powers will take the club
l J count. 1. : h 4"w + V

Phi Delta Kappa Sorority ;z aY.Y.
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Young Coupe/ Feted. Launches Forums SeriesAt .. ..

if With We Reception
YWCA Sunday P.M.

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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Quarterman -

Jr., who recently repeated The Phi Delta Kappa Sororityin

their nuptial vows, will be enter- keeping with the pattern set

tained with a reception Saturday, during the past three years, will

Oct 27, 8:30 p. nt, in the home launch the fall series of forum
of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Quarter- programs at the A. L. Lewis

man, Sr. The bride is the former Branch YWCA Sunday, Oct. 28,

Miss Lois Bradley. at 4:30 p. m. Look look lovelier. todayj
Miss Luvenia Quarterman sister "What The YWCA Means To younger .

.... ,of the bridegroom is making, The Community" is the topic for
arrangements for the affair. discussion by the panel selectedto Ferget those "gray hair" heartaches! models (like the one shown here) l

serve Sunday. The panel will Code&oy',Luieuse Hair Coloring can yonll be prouder of your hair when *********

,,- Social Club include tfie following members of give your hair young-looking lovely- you choose Godefroy's Larieusel It's
Sponsors theYWCArJtfrs. Iftfrlrfnj color right away. .gloving the famous brand in the red box 17
Vemell Glover, Y-Jewel; known for its dependability for more 14iK
Pre-Halloween
r PartyThe lustrous color that lasts and lasts!
Mrs. Madeline Peters, Business than SO jean. Get it at your favorite

Cherry Blossom Social and Professional Club; Miss Mari- And tale a tip from professional cosmetic canter today!

Saving Club, will sponsor a pre- lyn Wesley Y-Teen; and Mrs. .,
Oct. Bernice Greeh Branch Committee -
Halloween Party Saturday, V
27, at"144 Monroe St member.. ... ; rd x 4.. ,,,
Appropriate entertainment will Mrs. Camilla Perkins public 'y

be provided for the occasion with relations director of the Phi Delta !
plentiful refreshments. Kappa Sorority, will direct the /msst7
planning of the forum and make

ROAD AT ADAMS1EWSOMS the necessary final arrangements.Mrs. .

L IIII O.... Alice Johnson: chairmanof
committee
the Y's forum
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I I' Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Will Terminate Mammoth -Drive I



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Districts aid Auxiliaries WirkTowaris Garden Circle. Meets In Beautiful Setting Friendly Baptist Emanuel Baptist

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"Moviig Day" Objective Thlmr aM l;: FL_ Women OfficialsFriendly Honors Pastor


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One of the principal events of Sunday's religious activities will ..w, \ c w Baptist Church an- The Missionary Society of Em-
be the-culmination of the financial drive to raise funds for the : :; nounces officers for the annual anuel Baptist Church staged a
Ararat ) Women's Day observance to be surprise shower recently for the
moving of Mt Church to its new location.
:rnl- mammoth financial drive 9 held at the church Sunday Octo- pastor the Rev. Mr. S. 1.. Badger,
ber 28, at follows: and his charming wife. All auxiliaries -
will terminate Sunday at the Mt Js
7 I Mrs. Lillie Bell Farrell chair- of the church
Ararat Baptist Church, wi.th Bethlehem Baptist _________________ r man; Mrs. Alonza Clayton cochairman the event and presented participatedin the
"every district in the church look-
; Mrs. M. L. Archie, re- couple with many useful gifts.
ing forward'to making round reports -
Slates ServicesBethlehem cording secretary; Mrs. Opa M.
Brown financial secretary Mrs.
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Each district has been! asked to
Mollie Cole treasurer; Mrs. Ona St. Thomas Baptist
report a stipulated amount and _
a L., Myrick, committee
the leaders have been asking the Baptist Church an- program Activities ScheduledThe
4T chairman; Mrs. Susie King, :
members,to bring in their pledgesin nounces services for Sunday, Oct pro-I
gram committee; and Mrs. Josephine -
order that'a, one hundred per 28, to be carried out in the follow-
Evans, publicity chairman. Deaconess Board
of St
cent report can be made. ing order.Sunday'
Other persons named are Mrs. Thomas Baptist Church will meet
Endorsing'the drive and stress- _
School begins at 9:3O Emily Hardrick and Mrs. Corine Sunday, October 28, 4:30 p. m., in
the
ing need of its
urgent success ,.
a. in. and will be followed by-regular a.a ...Y' a Jackson captains; Mrs. Lillie the home of Mrs. Johnnie Mae
Trustee
members of the _
are Jhe _L -
worship services at 11 a. m. Washington chorus president; McKnight, 1710 Dennis Street
Board which is composed of the
following members: Deacon Lo A mass meeting of the districtsof s '. Mrs. Lacy O. Humble pastor for District 4 will present a musi-
the day Mrs.Fannie Watts,assistant cale in the
renzo G. Conway, chairman; Miss the church will be held at 4 ; church auditorium
Lucille Bell, vice chairman; Mrs. p. m, with the Junior Choir fur- pastor; and Mrs. Arphine Me Wednesday November 7, at 8 .
Ouida Mitchell Gaskin, church nishing music for the occasion. Call announcer. p.m.

clerk; O. W. Stephens; Oscar BTU begins at 5 p. m. and will The pastor's anniversary cele-
Merritt, Alex Melvin Jesse Williams be followed by the evening wor- bration will begin Thursday No-
Women's Day SundayAt vember 8, and continue through
William Grant
Sydney
..... ship service 7 p.m.
Monday, November 19th.
Mickens,Joe Stafford and Sebion
St. Paul Church
The Rev.| T. E. Nelson will deliver -
Young.
sermons during the day. The
The pastor the Rev. Dallas J.
Junior Choir and ushers will render COME OUT
Graham and the Deacon Board St Paul AME Church, located on .
-- have and Choir and Usher Board and Myrtle Avenue will hold its
of the members and mends from .
J the time the rally was launchedby 2 will serve in the evening. HIBISCUS CIRCLE The lovely home of Mrs. Alice Skinner was the setting for the meetingof annual Women's Day celebration MAGNOLIAGARDENS

keeping it before the" public The District mass anniversarywill the Hibiscus Garden Circle meeting held recently. Members of the circle shown above are. from Sunday October 28, throughoutthe
about moving day at Mt Ararat be celebrated Monday night,I left 'to right sitting: Mrs. Frances Johnson. Mrs. J. O. Buchanan. Mrs. L. Serena Cam. Mrs. O. Earle day.

and why the church needs the Oct 29, with an appropriate program Mathis. Mrs. J. L. Terry. Mrs. Eugene Seals and Mrs. Annie C. Williams. Standing. Mrs. Alice Skin Female members of the church
money. i being planned. I ner. Mrs. Hattie Jackson. Mrs. Bertha E.; Ford. Mrs. W. Elisabeth Jones and Mrs. Thelma Y. Crockett. will have complete charge of And Inspect
services during the day with Mrs.
BMBaB HMBH SBHBl VaBaHaHBBB>MHHmMBHM HKH H r. Erma Bryant serving as chairmanof The New Homes
Men And Women Slate First New Zion Slates the occasion and Mrs. Dorothy Now Being Built


Low Low Food Prices: Joint"" Observance- At Series Of ActivitiesFirst Bacon., cochairman.Mrs. W. B. Stewart. of Edward Two or Three

Wat College will speak for the Bedroom Homes
St. Matthew BaptistA New Zion Baptist Church morning worship services and

/ announces the following activi- will be presented to the congrega- Concrete Block

PLUS S&H joint celebration of Men and ties: tion by Mrs. Emma Lee George. and Brick, Homes
Women's Day will be observed The thirty-fifth anniversary of Miss Agatha Robers will be
Sunday throughout the day at the Deaconess Board will be ob- featured in a piano recital during Monthly Mortgage

GREEN STAMPS St. Matthew Baptist Church, with served Monday, October 29. The evening services. She will be PAYMENTSStart
the in I Rev. Mr. W. Wilcox will speak for supported by the combined choirs
:; women charge of the morn
rtJ}1 ing worship and 'the "men in the event, which will be held ,in of the church. as Low as

R charge at the evening services. the church auditorium. $42.31 PER MONTHand
Members of- the Senior Usher
Sunday School beginning at
Board will meet Monday, also in up
9:30 a. m. will be in charge of DAY SPRING CHOIRANNIVERSARY According to the Type
the basement of the church, be-
guest teachers. The morning Plan You Choose
ginning at 7:30 p. m. EVENTThe
speaker at the 11
a. m. worship
Mrs. Ruth D. White will direct MAGNOLIA GARDEN
hour will be Mrs. Annie S. Currie
activities for Youth Day which
and the guest soloist will be Mrs. Anniversary celebration of HOMES
R. H. Wilson. of. Bethel Baptist will be observed at the church Choir 1 of Day Spring Baptist Have the Following
Church. Sunday, October 28, throughout Church will terminate Monday
the day. A program is planned in October 29th 8 in Special Features and
Evening worship will begin at night, at p. m. Convenience
connection with the observance.
the auditorium of the Church.Mr. .
7, with Dean J. "of Edward
Waters Espy The Rev. Mr. Hill Norris,'pastorof W. T Harper will be the Asphalt Til* or Oak
College serving as speak-
St Matthew Baptist Church,
principal speaker for the occasion. Floors
er. Other personalities will appear will speak on the occasion of the Guest soloist will be Mr. James Carports

on the program. Thirty-fifth Anniversary of Choir Senwright. Serving Choir will be e Patios

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sunday October '28th ..1 Monday Nov. 5, 8 p. m, in the f from Laura St. Presbyterian S Large Landscaped Lots
auditorium of the church. Zhurch. ML Vernon Choir 1 and Factory Finished Cabinets

... First Born TempleHas Shiloh Choir 2 will be the Guest Hot Water Heaters
S Space Heaters
Choirs. AH Choirs and friends
Gospel RecitalA Joint Services invited. are .. Exhaust Tile Bathrooms Fans

Astor Coffee :: 79c Claude Bryant is the presidentand Concrete Drive Strips
recital of gospel songs will be Ai Brooks ChapelBrooks Rev. C. A. Weaver is the pas- NO SEPTIC TANKS

k presented in,the First Born Temple tor. Complete Water Treat

825 W. Monroe St. Sunday, men Plant and Sewage
limit One With $5.00 or Mere Food Order Oct 28, 9 p. m. for the benefitof Chapel AME Church Disposal System
the Missionary Workers Council will hold joint services Sunday, JAMES WEBB HEARD e Walking Distance to

*% The Versiteer Gospel Singers October The Rev.28, at Mr 3:30. E. p.1..m.Green, pas: AT NEW MT. OLIVEJames County Schools School Bus

CRISCO 79c will be featured artists, rendering, tor of the church, will conduct e All County Approved
BUN Beautiful arrangements of "Lord I the services, which are held in E. Webb outstanding Paved Roads
musical artist, will be featured in I City Bus Service
ll Touch Me," "More and More Like honor of Men and Women's Day.A .
Jesus," "Just To Behold His program has been plannedthat an after service recital Sunday, Qty Mall Delivery
October 28, 1956 at the New Mt Spacious Rooms
face" will feature leading artists of
"Don't
Wonder About
Limit Oat With $5.00 a, Mora Feed Order
S Pick the
Home
Olive Church, of of Your
Him" and many others. the city. Included: on the program Baptist corner
Choice Now .
will be C. A. Thus James A. Has- Hart and Brady Streets. Before
Mrs Ada Roberts missionary kins, the Rev. Mr. I. J. Hayes and "Others appearing on the pro- They Are All Sold
worker for the church, is sponsor- Mrs. Essie Mae Sullivan. gram will be the Willing Workers

ing the recital. The church is located at 1408 Spiritual -Singers, Robert James, MAGNOLIAImprovemei.t
Lge Surf 2 ::;; 49c Tyler StreeLUsher dolyn Baritone Garner.singer and Miss Gwen-


Special ServicesAt The entertainment is plannedfor
one hour.
Board One
Sweetfield BaptistOn Corp.

TENDER Sets AnniversaryThe PATRONIZER 2478 W. Edgewood

MCYFl.AVOPFVr.AT.RITE BABY BEEF Sunday, October 28th at 3 Florida Star Phone PO 5-2614
m. an old service will beheld
p. age
at the Sweetfield Baptist Rev. W.E. Young pastor of Advertisers

Chuck Roast LB 49c LB 33c Church, 1365 Franklin Street the locatedf Tabernacle on Lafayette Baptist and Church Albert,

This is
being
program sponsored Streets, will speak on the occasionof
for the aged sick and shut-in
the anniversary of Usher Board
SOUTHERN STARCanned members. All funds raised at this
No. 1 of the church Monday, Octo-
meeting will be given to them. ber 29, at 8 p. m. il BUDGET FUNERALS
The pastor asks that all of them
Mrs. Mable White president of
Hams 2.98 be
2 present the board, announced the event
Rev. G. W. Phillips will be the and states that it will be held in tS.
speaker for the occasion. the auditorium of the church. -J Most families fled it wise to operate witHuidefinite
HICKORY SWEETSliced t .
bddset suitable to their circus..J

I I stances. We feel that the same principal

Bacon: Ih 49c: CHAMPION'SBOY'S should. *ai<{. them ;i. the selection of a

AND MEN'S WEAR funeral service Dig.ity ..4 beauty Jo not

depend .. a lavish display and true griefis


Long Sleeve Sport Shirts . $1.98 often best portrayed by simplicity.


Red Apples 5 LB BAG 45c: Fall Dress Pants . $3.98

Fleece Lined Sweatshirts .'. $1.00 Holmes aid West Fiieral Hone

t. Dress ,Sox . : : .: 4-for $1.00 W. P. Holmes, Jr. Directors Alphonso West
100% VIRGIN ORION .

Long Sleeve Sweaters . $4.98 Telephone PO 5-1641
r CABBAGE !:; 2 LOS 9c: 2719 W. Edgewood Avenue Magnolia Gardens


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October 27 1956 FLORIDA STAR
Setvrdey THE pa,' Fire



f I. Tampans Open Doors To NAACP State Conference I :.1ftIt"


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Mapping Oi 1858 C.aferellCef' Local Nurses Guild Has Meeting Railway LocalIn It

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Heads Age_. Of Cmial Heel It

; i Anniversary *

One of the most important conferences to be held by a civil .f'v jilT
.51 St Paul AME, Church will ,be *
rights organization in Florida was scheduled to be held in Tampa, i2
where the Florida State Conference of the NAACP Branches are the scene of the anniversary cele- *
bration of the Brotherhood of
holding their annual meet.
The 3-day session originally! Railway and Steamship Clerks, *

set to be held October 26. 27 and Freight Handlers, Express and .

28 in Sarasota was suddenly re- Pearl Bailey At Strand Station Employers Local Union. .
1j St James Lodge 6077 :
; Sunday
scheduled for Tampa instead /WtUittU
maintaining the original dates. With Raymond Taylor afternoon at 3 p. m. St Paul is .

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1. located on the corner of 13th Stand
Adding prestige to the meeting _
will be the appearance of Roy And His All-Star RevuePearl Myrtle Ave. .

Eddie Ford is general chairman
Wilkins National Executive Sec- __
retary of the NAACP, who will Bailey is the sensational and George Walker is program .

address the group Sunday after- show-stopper in "THAT CERTAIN ,- g committee chairman. Walker an- ,
noon; State Representative JohnB. FEELING," starring Bob nounces a timely and interesting

Orr, Jr of lade County,. who Hope and Eva Marie Saint show- K program for the occasion. *
Hy Up of the Pepsi Cap U
cast the lone dissenting vote in ing Sunday thru Saturday, Oct. Music will e I e outstanding 7.m.c
the recent special legislative session 28-Nov. 3, at the Strand. % a ; Gospel Chorus wh make eu

against bills designed to slow The co-feature is the sizzling ':: and Usher better' place sad. la our which c.uanity t.Un.

down integration, who will speakto technicolor drama "NEVER SAY The Rev. Mr.

the conference Saturday night; GOODBYE," starring Rock Hud- Paul's pastor,
and, the Rev. Kenzie Steele, for- niversary *

mer of the bus boycott in Tallahassee son.On duct Memorial
Friday an extra attractionwill .
who will speak on Friday be presented along with the ceased A

night double bill, on stage: Raymond *
Of importance to the politicalscene Taylor's "ALL STAR VAUDE- .

will be a debate between VILLE REVUE," at 3 and 9 p. ra. Rev. <

Atty. Oscar Adams Jr., representing and also midnight ramble, Satur- .. .'. -a. *
the National Republican Com- day night .Nov. 3rd. .. At Sweetf *
mittee and Atty. A. T.Walden of e
.
the ,National Democratic Commtitee In Absence } *
to take place at 2:30 Satur- -- *
Local
impressiveness of each Gospel Sing.erCelebrates r ? 1
day. The fi S,. E A.b The Rev. W. *
of these speakers may determine AnniversaryA er at the 11 a. 1 _
how delegates may decide to vote at Sweetfield *

in the Presidential election. Fourth and

Two principal business items on program will be presented in ing the absence *

the agenda will be the develop- the Peace Temple CME Church, Rev. G. W. : *

ment of an expanded legal pro- 3131 Moncrief Road Sunday at KIRKLAND. JR.
gram for furthering NAACP projects 3 p. m. in observance of the The Rev. :: .E Gilbert .
guest speaker School
and the establishment of a Fourth Anniversary celebrationof High *
dealers salute
Baptist Church
public relations program. Mrs. Nettie M. ,Spates gospel McKenzie. Jr.
Badger pastor student at Matthew
Banquet tickets will be sold for linger. *
rt High School in
-I ta Hodges to ; grade. He is a
for the benefit of
$3.00 per plate Individual participants supporting morning.The of the Varsity *
the Fighting Fund for Freedom. Mrs. Spates include Miss Rivera Club the Nomad
and he is business
tjf
Several awards will be given for Graham, Mrs. Ethel Mc- Rev. of his homeroom.

outstanding work in various fields Bride, Mrs. Carrie Larkin, W. F. the subject" *

of NAACP work. Receiving an Smith, Miss Vivian Reed, Mrs. Covenant.
*
chapter of
will be Miss Minnie Rig-
award Rosebud Williams, Mrs. Ida Scott
gins of Tampa; and to_ one branchfor and Mrs. Sarah Rice. tenth verse.



Fordham Florida increase Outstanding an outstanding are,during president: Atty.participants 1955 of membership William"the State from A. I the the Other Waycross Rev.Pearly groups I. Dixon,Gate Ga.appearing and Gospel singers Singersof will and be hk busy ous work morning The churches,these being Rev.at tl



branch,Tampa Francisco A..Rodriguez Mrs.Leona Daniels will also ap- C Church ;
; 6 :
Legal Counsellor Florida pear on the program as historian. Alexander, 1II-!!!

; Mrs. Rubye Hurley 'S E. >The Rev. E. W. Mainor is pastor --. --------.,.,.. .......--- '. from the
"
of the church. taken
Heart .
Regional Director Atlanta; Father: NURSES MEET -The meeting of the Nurses.Guild which met recently in- the home of Mrs.Berneaihft '. Psalm.t., .,
Theodore R. Gibson,'Miami{; Atty.F. Fogle 1927 Illinois Street. found the members shown above in attendance.

M. Cunningham, West Palm : Y-Teen Director Top photo: left to right: Mrs. Thelma Siropkins Mrs. Pearl W. Riley Mrs. Martha L. Gadsden :
Beach; Neil Humphrey Sarasota; and Mrs. Evelyn J. Cummings. Lutherans

Glen B.Washington, Jacksonville; Woman's Bottom photo left to right: Mrs. Henrietta Kinnoni Mrs. Beatrice Williams. Mrs. Berneatha Fogle
Robert Littles St. Petersburg; Day SpeakerMrs. and Mrs. Nell Williams. Christian 'ROBBIE LEE--

and many others.LEARN WASHINGTONMatthew W. Gilbert

Vera Davis, who renders High School
IN MEMORIAMIn Jerusalem Church Choir Robbye Lee is a member
dedicated_ service to the YWCA Program At St. Paul of the 12-B homeroom.Her .
TO DRIVE. and who is Y-Teen Counsellor for tieth bienial school activities consist -
of membership in the .
the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA, Sponsored By CaptainsThe memory of my dear departedwife Slates RehearsalChoir United marching and concert
Hi. Qeickest The Into! Anna who left us 10 yearsago bands, secretaryof the
Wey T. Leere wilt deliver the address 'at the America Student Council and a
October 1946. You left us member of the Eu Gene
morning worship at Mt. Olive Duval County Principals' week-long of the "'
J Butler Chapter
with a sad and painful heart that No. 3 of Jerusalem Bap-
f AJAXDRIVING AME Church Sunday, October 28. Council will present a program in ing urged its National Honor Society.
only God and time can heaL tist Church will rehearse Satur-
SCHOOL The occasion is the church's observance St. Paul AME Church Sunday, to set an HELL"A
of its annual Women's Oct. 28, at 3 p. m. Signed: Devoted Husband, As- day, October) 27, 2 p. m., in the erhood in *
CALL EL 4-9639 berry Corbitt and family and home of "Mrs. Maggie Felton. The
Day.The The program is being sponsoredby God-children. Members of this group are ex- the *
George Perpena to refuse {
announcement comes from Captain 14 for the benefit of
be for
to this
pected present re-
..
1134 W. 5th Street Mrs. Mary H. Mitchell, general the church's annual'Women's Day r heysaL proposal ,r. '.
chairman of the event. observance. St. John Court decision *
Baptist tion in public _
--- --
*"in harmony it
Elects New PastorThe victions." ,
Miss Calhoun DeliversWomen's *
The issue
Rev. Mr. A. J. Hughes of con for an *

> St. Augustine is the newly elect- Day AddressGrant ity of itif

\ ed pastor of St John Baptist the church
Church. -
Memorial AME Church }judge

Mr. Hughes is a graduate of will hear an address by Miss Edna the right to .

Florida Normal Industrial Col- Calhoun, Dean of Women at Florida port" the itit

lege, a member of Phi Beta Sigma A & M University, Sunday that the a

Fraternity, chaplain of the An- morning during the worship hour,', rather than
cient City Chapter No. 126, Free in observance of the church's The Rev. JEAN McINTOSII ,_'

and. Accepted Masons, presidentof annual Women's Day. president of Waters Collet *
the St. Augustine Branch of his be tribute is paid
name Jean Mclntosh.
Mrs. Bernice C. Greene will be : .
the National Association for the I opposed to the a freshman at Ed
guest soloist for the morning Waters College and J
Advancement of Colored People a student at *
service, with other music from' Stanton Senior High
and vice moderator of the St
female choirs of the church. itching where she was ac *.
John River Association. i in many organiza .
The Stanto-Musi-Cho will be and enjoyed great
lIe is a dynamic and forceful heard Sunday evening beginningat '. i*. !!

leader and will assume religious 6:45: clock. The group is directed .
A doctor's "" -
responsibility of the church on by Mrs. Annette Epsy. }
septic Zemo- *
U. S. GOYT. GRADED. BEEF November 4. Mrs. Esther benson is general itchlaff.
FREE New 4-Door
Big ._ .
-
CHUCK ROASTIb.. 39cU. chairman of Women's Day, and Eczema. PIc I
CADILLAC SEDAN she is assisted by Mrs.: Frances AthJete'l Foot. Ceegreteieiieas frees Pepsi
S. Gov't. Graded Beef SpecialsCLUB Laura Street Church Tibbs Johnson and Mrs. Beatrice mg and so aids Cola. te these three Merit ;
Plus 100 OTHER BIG PRIZESTWO orPINBONE Gay. lug of irritated Award wfeeenfListee ;

GE CONSOLE TV SETS STEAKS lb. 49c Plans_ __n_ ObservanceOf te Pepsi Merit Awerdseletetiees ';
AND 98 FOOD BASKETS .. Pepsi Cols.
Get Your FREE TICKETS .t .All SIRLOIN er Jex Meat Supers or lack '.
S Nethiif. to Buy 0 Ne Red Tope I aura Street Presbyterian
"
this broBd-ew bfoe end FRESHLY GROUNDHAMBURGER THURSDAY OCT. 25th MONDAY, OCT. '
It's se easy to win baby Church will observe its annualMen's 1
white fair-doer Cediltoc .f your dreams eeclp' Ib. 29c -
pad with Fewer Steering, Power Brakes White Side- Day activities Sunday be- 1v ,
well Tires, Retfio cad Heater. Pies e.. heedred ALL MEATBEEF ginning with the Sunday Schoolat
ether prizes, including two G-E Ceisele. TV Soh sad STEW lb. 39c 9:30with A. C* Jackson of
iaety-eisht Feed Beasts ,r Nothing te her Second Baptistt Church servingas :
Ne red te,. Just ceme I* end register et myJex KINGAN RELIABLE Bert or Shank Portion
Meat Super or Jeck '.. Bess Drat Store guest superintendent and S. A. ;
DrewMfl re be held December 24 Yen de net HAMS lb. 39c Austin of Bethel Baptist and W. L- WARD BOND

here their to families be present sot el to gibk.w II. Jex Meet empleyees er Half or Whole lb. 49c Huggins of First Baptist. guest JL \ LEZZ INARVIN- .

MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE teachers. Added Bert.Leecester 1
FRESH TENDER 79c The Rev. W B. Miller pastorof "KISS THE BLOOD OFF MY atarem

GREEN BEANS Ib. 12c 1-Ib.pkg. the St: Mark Presbyterian Comedy and Serial
With $5.00 or More Feed Order Church Palatka will deliver the '"

GREEN SUNBEAM BUTTERMILK message at the 11 a. m. worship TUESDAY OCTOBER 30th WEDNESDAY,

CROWDER PEAS 3-fcs. 25c BISCUITS I Ige. pkg. lOc service. Soloists will be Messrs. "BUFFALO Reedelph Scott 'j:,'

FANCY SMALL LEANSPARERIBS James Genwright of St. Stephen
rUSH GREEN Acid Richard Widmrk
AME Church and W. K. Harperof
I lb. 39c "YELLOW SKY"
CABBAGE H). 3Kc Laura Street Presbyterian :1.J
SNOWTIP FANCY ALASKASALMON
Church .J
STRATS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1st
RICE I 3Jb. pkg. 25c Ige. can 49c Samuel O. Pearson serves as "BETWEEN HEAVEN AND

general chairman. wt.st aB&q base a .....





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Six / THE FLORIDA 'STAR Saturday, October 27. 1956 .

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I" News Ofl Interest From All. Sections Of Beautiful Florida






Putnam County News HOROSCOPE GUiDE Peck HighSchool Abyssinia Male Chorus

(Continued from Page 2))
BY E. J., VHEEN I Closes Contests Has Anniversary EventThe

fog :Mtduoa Street Palaika Florida
AQUARIUSBorn I
Phone East 5-3025 fourth
Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 FERNANDINA BEACH Peck anniversary of the

.... October.22nd thru 31st High School of Fernandina closedits Male Chorus of Abyssinia Baptist
k
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Make don't Church will be celebrated! Monday -
break alliances. AD contest recently with the classes

"Make all your ,enemies your friends and you won't hare any Aquarians are very individualisticand presenting many events to Nov. 5, at 8 p. m. in the

sometimes find it hard to I close out the activities. church auditorium.

thing to worry about. share their views,.their pursuitsand I, Honor winners of the contest Male choruses from St. Stephen
For several weeks we suspended ,the guest column but after II I
their lives'with any one else. I were, "Miss Homecoming" Miss AME Church Little Rock Baptist
having so many of the readers request us to resume it we will I
unless it is on their own terms. ; Shirley Williams eighth grade; Church, Tabernacle Baptist
begin this week by inviting a young lady who is a very fine business ;
Past successes demonstrate that a :. ; runner-up. Miss Jacquelyn Ken- Church, Zion Baptist Church, and
She succeeded her brother-in-law in business after his
woman. spirit of give and take will con m s ( nedy Sponsors for Miss Williamswere the female'chorus of Zion Hope
dimisc. She employs a very popular young lady as clerk. She likes
; tribute more to the attainment of] Miss J. Maxine Fisher and Baptist Church will support the
to. go fishing quite often. I am ,sure she will know we 'are inviting t
success and financial jndepend-4: I Horace Holliday; for Miss Kennedy Abyssinia group in their celebra
her to the movies if she doesn't.her clerk does.
:Ii't ; ence. Your inward spirit says a- Mrs. L. M. Matthews and

; bout the same thing with the 4M4 Earl Simpson. She is a memberof tion.The Rev. Mr. W. E. Young,
Don't forget to to the polls pas-
go St. Augustine at Booker Auditor :
added comment that you will enhance the 9th grade. tpr of Tabernac'e Baptist Church
and vote November 6th. ium on October 30,1956 from 9 to
Miss
your future prospects when k, Rosa Ann Simmons was will speak on the occasion and

1 in a Halloween BalL you make concessions to the demands I the winner in the "Miss Peck Mrs. Louise Fraley will be
Mrs. John Hare of New York I' f"I II guest
I l
of society in general.Should High" contest. She is the'daugh- soloist. Also appearing the
City ,is in Palatka visiting her The home of Mr- and Mrs. J .. on pro-
ter of Mr. and Mrs.
team Sim-
you split "a going or Joseph gram will be the Norfolk Four
,
mother-in-law Mrs. Lucinda At. Charles Pinkston on the Eastsidewas II
break up a powerful connection, mons. Miss Simmons representedthe Mrs. Lucille Bell C. Parham
kins and other relatives of her the setting recently for a dinner : .
it would bring you greater pro}) j sophomore class and is a Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Jean Hitt

husband. honoring Sgt and Mrs. FrankL. lems.i I member of'the band and NHA. and Mrs. Ninzell Clark.

Smith, newlyweds and Mr. and 87&-8-13-72-718 t tI The second place honor Went; to
Mrs. Gilyard Green returned Mrs. Ezekiel Smith of Miami. I i Usher Board 2 of Mt. Ararat
Miss Kay Brown, a member of the
SUPPORT MONEY Democratic presidential candidate JLdlal K.
Baptist Church and Usher Boards
last'week from New York City, A delicious
enjoyedby
repast
was llth Glee Club and
grade NHA.
PISCES Stevenson get a campaign lift" from the large veloa of crab
i I One and Two of Abyssinia will
friends
several
visited
where he
everyone present. Among I Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 contributions being counted at SteTensoa-Kefanrer Headquarters BI She is the daughter of Mr. and render their services the .
and attended the World Series. on occa.
those Miss
present were CheryleLancaster I October 22nd thru 31st Washington D. C. by Mine Mattie Weat. seated left, and Mk Lob Mrs. Joe Brown. sion. Mrs. Evelyn Johnson will direct -

and Mrs. Ruby Booker, Spiritual values climb. When Herbert, seated right. Looting on with Governor Stereaaoa. 8M Corliss Elizabeth Miller, daughter the
event.
The many friends, of ProfessorW. of Jacksonville and Elmer Reed forming ties, choose the individ- Democratic National Committee. 'Chairman Paul Butler and >III-i of Mrs. Emma Miller, won the -

,E. Harris, principal of the of East Palatka. uals who share your ideals and Mary Zirkle Comptroller Deaocrati National Cooamittcn,. ,..A "Little Miss Peck High" honors.

Walter E. Harris School Hastings, Following 'a very pleasant eve- who will collaborate in creatingthe She represented the third grade

: Florida will be glad to know that ning Sgt. and Mrs. Frank Smith future desire. This period 4 and is a _member of Peck-edition CARDOF THANKSThe

he is convalescing at his home motored to California where the you Booker Club.
brings a new awareness of the T. Washington Mrs. Wilma Olds
after being confined to the Flag groom is stationed. The other
higher forces of the universe, and Linda Joyce Blue, second grade family ,of the late Miss
ler Hospital irr St. Augustine; Fla. guests motored to their homes in Ironissa
of the person with whom you Centennial .Commission contestant, won second place hon- Thomas take this

nearby cities f ekiel and Frank should join hands. Your sign confirms Pastor ors. She is the daughter of Mr. method to thank the many

Mrs. Isabella (Baby) Bouie returned and nephews of Mr. and Mrs. this arid adds that Acting and Mrs. David Blue, and was friends for their kind words

to Miami Monday after Pinkston. t message, Sidney J. Phillips, President
resources' be vitalas sponsored by Mrs. C. Williams and deeds of sympathy shown
spiritual can as
attending the funeral of her material Be of attitudes Booker: T. Washington Centennial The Rev. Mr. J. M. Jones, pastor and Mrs. Irene Colson. them during the illness and

cousin Mrs. Ironissa Thomas.. living ones.habits, dietary wary faultsor Commission, today released the t>f Mt. Lilla Baptist Church, death of their loved one. We
first in series of to
Qlusfee conflicts with who a messages announces Women's Day observance especially thank Rev. J. W.
persons the American Central Booster Club
He reminded
The friends of Mrs. Virginia public.
many;
share labors. The troubles to be held Sunday, Oct. 28, Walker for the consoling
Ruth will be glad to know your them that "A house divided with. Mrs. Wilma Olds and the E. W. Lawson
acting as eulogy
that individuals and the world To Meet Night
that' she is convalescing, after The great healing revival is to against itself shall not stand," and for Monday
pastor the day. Mrs. Erma Funeral Home for the efficient
h created for themselves
begin at the Church of God in a v e for
being ill for several weeks. pleaded goodwill between the
Lundy is general chairman of the The Central CME Church service rendered.
should be taken
not
Christ beginning October 29, at as your per- while affecting
races solving problems
sonal event and Mrs. Bessie Jackson is Booster' Club will meet Monday, Signed: Mrs. Laura Thomas.
responsibility.
Friends of Mrs. Corene Ellis are 8 p. m.Elder. the nation as a result of
6-80-77-12-63-017 cochairman.Mrs. October 29, 7:30 p. m., in the mother: Rayford Thomas and
in deep_sympathy with her in the O. S. Anderson is pastorof the Supreme Court's decision.
Alene Reed will be guest home of Mrs. L. Evans, 1908 Ulysses Thomas brothers.
death of her brother which occurred the church and announces thata The Booker T. Washington Cen-
Venus Street.
last Saturday Thomas- well-known evangelist, R,, L. tennial Commission came into Sunday School superintendent,

ville, Ga. Lambert of Lake Alfred will be Harry J. Smith HeardIn existence in.April of this year to and Yettie Mrs Mae Martha Bell and Cummings Mrs. Rossie, Mrs.

in charge. pay tribute to the One Hundredth

Miss Blandina Pollard returned Special guests will be the 19- Vocal RecitalThe Anniversary of .'the birth of Carter will be guest teachers. Lwulh
Mrs. Amanda Larke will review
Wednesday to Waterbury, Conn., year-old piano player, S. Jones of: Booker T. Washington who was
the
after -week's: stay in Palatka, Palatka and Elder G. Hughes of born in Franklin County, Virginia lesson.
Alachua with his famous guitar. Senior Missionary Society Mrs. Marie Argrett will be
where'she attended the weddingof April 5, 1856. A year-long
her'sister Florence last_Sunday of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church will program has been arranged to speaker for the morning worship
present Harry J. Smith in a mu-
service and Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry
afternoon. focus the attention of the nation
sical recital Sunday night* Oct. 28. will be soloist.
guest
St. Augustine upon the presentday value of the accountit'.
The announcement comes'fromMrs
The Ladies Auxiliary to the fundamental teachings of this The evening worship, which
H. H. Robinson, president of ,titr .
Young Men's Progressive Club great American begins at 7:30 p. M., will be under 7j i iii ,

will present the D & B Romeos ofGETTNgUPjGHTS Mrs Nathan Johnson general the society. Mr. Phillips recalled that it wasa the direction of Mrs. Mattie Leo- I fe-detat

chairman of Women's Day activi- little more than 61 years ago, in nard and Mrs. Lillie Mae Bellamy.Mrs. $ *V i itjn < >

ties at St. Paul AME Church has an address at the Cotton States J. E. Davis will be guest loin lnuijnce

announced observance of the occasion Exposition in Atlanta Ga., that speaker for the hour and Mrs. ,,| ..; .- 4 +. Co p** io
WII.SPBOG V ffl%
,
Sunday, October 28, thru- Booker T. Washington said, Alice Williams and Mrs. S. J. > : : ; ;

Un* Dp Nights or Bod WeUlnc. too tro- out the !day. SCHEDULE' "There is no defense or securityfor Muldrew will be guest soloists.
oaeat, burntec or Itching urination) or The services will be launched St. Matthew Baptist's ushers
Btroae SmtUlnc.Cloud* XJrln dot tooaBUMtt any of us except in the high-
Qdaey (aDd Bladder Xrriuuo&a. with Sunday School at 9:30: su,m. MONDAY FRIDAY and Philadelphia Baptist's choir
try CYSTXX for lulp. SO laM 444 sia oa est intelligence and developmentof
prow aaWy tor young and old. nara and continue through the 11 a. m. 444 .4S Opralo New Weather alL" This admonition delivered will participate in the events of
gtet(or CYSTKX under money-bock funauo. 44 744 liea e't Read (MetTte
Be how (act you Improro. worship service. onus) before a critical audience in 1895 the day.WHEN.
744 741 Capsule Newt Weather
Mrs. Geneva Guyton of St. 74J S44 the K14 (Bet Hudson) applies with equal force today.
Stephen AME Church in Jackson- to IlSCapnl.. News Weather
need for is
Certainly the unity
Learn Commercial Art 113X1 The KM (Bob Hudson)
ville will speak at the morning ,4e ,43 Capsule News Weather just as strong as ever. YOU VOTE-WRITE-IN
'41 114 with I
Jamptn Johnny
Start AaytiMe worsI}ip. ) Urging communities to pull to- E. D. JACKSON
Capsule Newt:
C. I. APPROVED 1191.1/93 A Weather
114) 114t Gospel 'Train Hunker One gether for the solution of race

AMERICAN (Melvin Grace) problems Mr. Phillips stated ,
II 4t 1141 Capsule Newt Weather
SCHOOL OF ART Orange ParkThe 1143 124 Gospel rata Number OOt that "Hate and mistrust may be
Melvin Grace)
M.... T. New Lotetfea 1211-12:15 Local News (Joyce I wiped out if representatives of

106 EAST BAY STREET Joyner) various groups will meet discuss
Fourth Quarterly Confer- UOS UJIIIaa-oa Street Shaw *
24 F1e Hudson) and work together to find answers -
ence of the North Jacksonville 12:31-1245 Job Matt (Joyce Joyaer) I'
3245.111 A Wemaat Wend (Joyce ', to the problems that are
St.
District will be conducted at
Jayner) causing racial sores to foster."
Refofof James AME Church Sunday, Oct. 111.113 Capsule New ft Weather
*
143Z4e OM peI rata, Number
28, at 3 p. m. two fMeHtn Grate) '

The Rev. Mr. B. J. Williams 243 24243- 34e Gospel Capsule Train News Number* Weather e acide

-PAIN presiding elder of the district, an- two (llelTln Grace) Mrs.G Morse ;; qoocJwJJ &teldeiq. ;
I:" >43 CArnlo New Weather .
nounces that all boards and members 141 44 Jwpln with Johnny ,
Shaw) ; Booker T. Washington in his historically famous Atlanta Exposition Address deliveredin
are to make reports at the Capsule
d11-113 Newt
*to 'PAt t$ HCAO4CHC, NEURAL conference.The 443 54 Janiptn with Johnny A Weather Mrs. L. Nelson Atlanta, Georgia a little more than 61 years ago, called the attention of the nation to :

OIA Mf Ul, Tt4-wlM> 4TANBACK T A a. W. Jackson (Johnny Shaw) the fact that "There is no defense or security-for any'of us except in the highest intelligenceand
R.
Rev. Mr. 14 S41 Capsule Newt Weather
LIT or ttOW a.L 4TANCACK. 341 I 4e JuapUt conk Johnny development of all/ Our land in that day was faced by group problems similar in
.. .. AI GalileeAnnual
Nt e e toytOxt Gra lo 4TAHACK pastor of St. John Baptist Church Speak
n.M n ...*.... IM4ice"F or**.*. (Johnnr News) nature to those that are affecting us today as an outgrowth of the Supreme Court's Decision
>4C <43
Weather
.... ......... Mo o.o sail to tike 4a*. will speak for the appreciation .43 -- t-M n Capsnlo. Kid (Bob II.4.o.) of May 17, 1951.It is because of these problems that this the first in a series of messages
TM do4 off* tiv M i- ot tb..* service at 7 SATVKOAT
MUVTIrit looT db l M......f,..w.NIieL .u..nIealNltS p m.'ACIIIH'IIISCLES' all atfB OB4e Women's Day observ- from the Booker T.Washington Centennial Commission, is being issued.

aYEM SAit.ts led ....... -,(41 Capsule News Jk Weather This Commission Has brought into existence in April to tribute to the one-hundreth
weary ............... fed .41 74* Heaven Road (Melvin ance will be held at Galilee Bap- pay
tist Church Sunday, Oct. 28, be- anniversary of the birth of Booker T. Washington (April 5, 1956)),, through a sear long
,:II 713 Caps Newt A Weather program designed to focus the attention of the nationupon the present day value of the
743 <4e the Kid Bob Hudson with School at
( ) ginning Sunday
fUlUv of End, ,'..ha... fundamental of this American.
oIne tore m *> aft 14) Capsule Newt Weather sane teachings great
....VTAN8ACK." taftleta OOKOOI.. (43 44 trio KU (Hob Hudson) 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Arthur Mae Mixonis Since Booker T. Washington was an Apostle of Goodwill and since portions of our
TjFf4 .TAN BACK sets fact..bring: eomtotterrelUf. 511 *43 Capsule Newt Weather chairman of the event
........... the tTANeACK,wise!*, .41 1I4 JmnplB with Johnny general land today are being torn asunder by mistrust, fear, and hate among Americans of different
eomoiMOS ,.."..... or>.....tto* typo !.. (Johnny Shaw) and Mrs. Gertrude McWhorter, racial strains, the Booker'T. Washington Centennial Commission humbly invites all Americans -

.re4 wnto for fat relief of Ml.. 1941 14 -- 114e 1)43 Goipel Capsule Train Newt Number A Weather One Mrs. Lula Dixon and Mrs. Flora to join its "Goodwill Building Crusade."

11:11. 1143 Capsvle(Melvin Newt Grace)* Weather Spencer will assist as program Ours ii, i land of many races and creeds. We hare different origins, cultures, and

nits 124e Oo pol.. train Number OBO chairmen and captains. Mrs. Doris backgrounds-but we are Americans all! Ours is a nation of Washington and Jefferson,

1211-12:15 lace iBBOina News Grace(Joyce, Miller is serving as acting pastorfor Lincoln and Lee, and millions of ordinary men and women who toiled and sweated, sacrificed
I .
You Don't Have te Go, to Town' ta Get Jeyaer) the day. : : and died to build their wonderful heritage. It was worth their lives to build it-
12:15.1291 Man Oa Street (Shaw A
: I Mrs. Emma Smith will be guest ; surely it is worth ours to preserve- its hopes,and ideals by working together in peace and
12:31.1245 JoSkUrt (Joyce Joyatr) i .
1%"' '- le A Komjuri World (Joyce teacher at Sunday School serv- goodwilL .
LOW PRICESOn Jeyaer) !! Remember France's Maginot Line-built so strong of steel and atone that Frenchmen

; 13 115.113> 2e Gospel Capralo tram News NamkorTwo Jk Walter ices.Mrs.. Gertrude F. Morse and i, felt secure behind it-but France fell Not so much because of a lack of strength in its great

(Melvin Grace) wall but mainly because of the spirit of its people. And remember too,.Divine teachings
Mrs. Louise Nelson will be prin-
Your 2X1.211 Capnue Newt Weather
i set forthin these words in Bible-no matter what race or
212.211 JonpiB with Johnny for the day. Mrs. your your
cipal speakers
(Johmay News ) ; creed-"A house divided against,itself shall not stand."
le 343 Capsule Weather Annie Mrs. Charlotte
-MUG STORE NEEDS 2X3.111 Juiyta with Johnny Pearl Russaw I Hate and mistrust in your community might be wiped out if group

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Ail Ckanpion ,Batter Collects 'MoneyFrom'WorlI Plans Activities Brooklyn Dodgers

; Series stopped on their way to Japan to

= ygI For play the Hawaii Red Sox and Big

Willie Mays, the'"Say Hey')kid HomecomingPlans Don Newcombe was sent to the

of Major,.League All-Stars that reads NEW YORK The City of,New mound. He' received the same

the Big Leagues. This great exhibition York and Uncl eSam came in for are now underway for treatment from the Hawaiians he
I
November 11.at the Jacksonville Baseball \ their share of the money from the gala "Homecoming" activitiesat received from the Yankees.

beginning at 2:30 p.m. the World Series between the Douglas Anderson High School Big Newk gave up three runs
Dodgers and the Yankees. on a double single and home
The entire run
reflects the
The Major Leaguers will cross bats campus en-
From the baseball commissioner's in thesecond inning. When he left
thusiasm of the
making return of
Stars including Lonnie Harris, Leroy
office the ,that the game the Dodgers were trail-
y came report a the dragons occasion
an that will
Boyd ,John Kennedy. Eugene Elliot. ,
1 s total of $327,686.01 was collectedby be long remembered.The ing after four innings. The Dodgers -
nings James Hall,Jim Robinson,
Uncle Sam and the City of celebration managed to pull the game out
launched
Jackson, Frank Barnes Kelly' Searcy. was
With : j New York tax agencies on admis- by the student council with the of the fire and went on to win.

sions to the seven games. nomination and election of "Miss They went on into Tokyo to
Robinson, I Jones
and the .no-hit The federal government received Douglas Anderson" and her royal engage the strong Japan All-Stars

Wally !of the $218,250.75 and the' city court and with the election of which was the strongest team the

hitting 10943526. The city has a five "Miss Homecoming" to reign over"Homecoming" Japs ever assembled. Big Don
I per cent amusement tax. activities. was sent to the hill again only to
their first
lineup be lambasted by the All-Stars
Barbara Flynn was crowned
Elsston Cubs
I ; just as he was in Hawaii. TheAllStars
York !York "Miss Douglas Anderson" in an '
debut as a : JmHeanSiIdTo ; impressive ceremony at a special gave the Dodgers a
;
fresh out, ,Al s chapel program held Friday October beating which was the second loss

Series play.Included George r Philadelphia 26. Friends and patrons of in three games against teams
n
g the school were on hand to wit- from Japan.
legs; \ The All-Stars knocked New-
ness the event. Miss Flynn is
pitchers, Braves a
eiW NEW YORK-The rebuilding combe from the mound in the
tenth grade cheer
student a leader -
Cincinnati ; program of the New York Giants first inning with four hits includ-
and holds office on the student
mate Joe
r Sf has already started for the 1957 council. Miss Willene Mosley ing a home run. Big Don left the
was
team in
season by selling Jim Hearn, one presented the game and entered a waiting taxi
-x as "Homecoming
League of the mainstays of the pitching that left the stadium. He just
Queen" for the 1956-57 school
t' staff for a number of seasons. can't get going since ,the season
year.
With Hearn going to the Phila-
TO ended.
The morning of November 1
< r delphia Phillies the Phils in turn
will find Mrs. Evelyn Barnes
sent Stu Miller to Minneapolis
.
chairman of the
"Homecoming"parade
( ) the Giants' American Association PATRONIZE
title putting the finishing
ed a farm team, The Giants finished
cago touches on the gigantic float that Florida Star
this sixth last season, and they are
Archie will transport "Miss
Douglas
and even making an effort_ to move ,from AdvertisersSECRET
excluding ton Thompson of the New York Giants wUI'be attlhlrJ base Anderson" in the parade, and inspecting -
the cellar.
bers who The Willie Mays' major league All-Stars appear in Jacksonville. The Giants also announced the the many other floats ..
v 14 a1mWAa91 .yblal
that will be featured.
on the U the regular third baseman of the Giants and is one of purchase from Minneapolis of the
the The parade will begin at 2 o'-
bright in contracts of Willie Kirkland a'2()
hitters the National League. ;
fight clock winding down Old St Au-
"tried to old slugging Negro outfielder
-
year
the gustine Road through the heartof
The and Curtis Barclay, the win- the southside of a great drink
It community.
duct of the ningest pitcher in the American

mittee one of is $2 T I N'C IlU'P'BY : Association. man James of activities P.Schell is and general is working chair- NOUQUOIUUATHINOUQUORTASTII

daily to make the initial return ofthe
taking pot dragons a memorial occasion. incenNfJk9YtJ .
teers and Marching Band
The support of other schools in
effectiv C. PARHAM JOHNSON

titled Stevenson"One JACKIE MANAGER MAHV JENSEN 'of Of A & T College the Coach city is Edward being solicited.Joyner is drill-

and BIG,.DON NEW- Gene Fullmer says ,his fighter ing his gridiron demons to "bring

,of 215774'I were given heroes wel- may not, get too much money in Coming To FAHU the bacon home." The kick-off

the Dodgers arrived his fight with Sugar Ray Robinson will be at 4 o'clock at the Jacksonville -

STV [ on their goodwill tour. in December but he will be Ball Park located on the

the rushed up' to get a the world's new middleweight GREENSBORO N. C. The corner of Myrtle Avenue and

M tional touch the famous play- champion. Jensen says Robinsonwill crack 120 piece, A & T College Seventh StsreeL The Dragons are

away as the 26-car motor- get $60,000 and 47% per cent Marching Band will accompanythe striving to be ready when they
.
tfam Ha1f-d.KNOT. Year" of the gate and all Gene will get Aggies to Tallahassee: ,Florida meet the Stantor Junior Varsityin

relieves HEICKLIN New'York is 12 per cent of the gate and the for the football game to be played a clash of wit skill and force.
Helps
........ L'T promoter will resume world middleweight champion- thereon November 3. The half-time show is scheduledto
No hardy shows at Sunny- Confirmation of the trip was be a thriller. Competitive

vegetable gently his with the aid of a ship.LITTLE JIMMY DUNN the 145 made yesterday afternoon by marching by drill teams and pa-

Then Brines We tie-in with a men's pound quarterback of the Univer- Walter F. Carlson, director of trol units will be featured. The

choice sity of Florida Gators is provingto bands who stated that all arrangements drill units of Douglas Anderson

a.fm.nmttr I. ; MURRAY the triple the sports world that brawn is had been finally com will make their first appearancefor

lots.The of the Gram: not the major asset in footbalL He pleted. He stated further that the year under the directionof

.DnIIIIIL.aa sad home of Grambling Col- has established proof that brains negotiations are being carried on Miss Ida Logan Mrs. Annice

league carrying on this year play an important role' in the for exchange of band trips each Williams and Edwin Fleasants,

33 by left off last season. He game. He has been called on by year in the hope that the FloridaA band director. tb

Braves to be a threat to all Coach Bob Woodruff when the & M University musical group All old Dragons are being en-

opponents. During last going is the hardest and he has would appear here on alternate couraged ,to come out. and spark b

South campaign. he was rated always come through. years. The football teams of the the new torch bearers on to vic ?M?r" .. ,w r wrS

was the nation's total of- THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE two institutions play each year, tory.

bat. with 1,151 yards. In ATHLETIC COMMISSION has alternating between Greensboroand

the this season Murray dismissed all charges against box- Tallahassee.The PILL TIE PL"
scouts. evidence that he is out mammoth group is to be .

3 record this season. Taylor ing promoter was charged Herman with Taylor.actions transported by three maximum ON STIMACN UPSET

S PARKER. the big 250 sized charter ,busses on the trip
detrimental to boxing by associating Half.a11ve.headachy when tanstlpa-
of Ohio State was of more than 500 miles each way. tton sours stomach Black-Draught
with criminals bookmakers -
/a relieves constipation ovcmiptitt
caliber long Besides Carlson, the group will be
and gamblers. He was Help*sweeten sour stomach too.
1956 season started also charged with conspiring to accompanied by R. H. E. Jones .L atM-s.d Swteer Watts CwnfcMI LrWS o1 iu. CL
to prove the pre-sea- conductor of the marching band No harsh griping. Made from pure
f take over management of a boxer: vegetable herbs:Thoroughly but
true. The big 22- and other chaperones.he gently uncork cloned tntecttnem.Brings .
managing without a license and relief
ca g
native Georgian is mak- being guilty of unprofessional and Ufe forting gunny mno tt.Thsn I
S. good. Coach will settle for $4,500. lack-Draught
... unethical conduct. Taylor was M FMrttr er Grvnfat tarn...eat
s. is all smiles when LENNY MOORE one of the im- M. to turn. ss -te4aa Tfblftt. tool
He given a clean slate by .the com- ",.. ,, 80 and 100 Proof. Made
He' tff of Big Jim is mentioned. mission. mortals of Penn State in football, from Grain by LRelsky&Cle,

State's games this year was the best back at Penn State ': =i Cockeysville Md., U.S.A.
ROSEBOROshas
into
the part of lineman JIM come for-three straight seasons, is the
FOR his own at Ohio State. Jim is 'a
answer to a coach's player at .
and hard
PERRY JETER. from smooth running hitting Baltimore with the Colts. He has .

Obispo CaL,'Is the rage defensive player too when who called can carry the speed and weight to-make the PLANNING A XMAS PARTY ? ,
the baggage uponto
football world. Perry, Colts a threat in the league.
referred to.as "Jet" do so. The combination of Don MAYS' BARNSTORMING
Clark and Jim Roseboro has paid WILLIE LAY AWAY NOW FOR XMASAt
no longer the forgotten team will have an outfield

Chicago Bears. He es off for Coach' Woody Hayes., composed of Mays himself. Hank Regular Prices, .
STJ'AJD Some of the other stars are ; '
"NEVER himself durin, pre-sea- Aaron of the Braves and Frank
lob Hope but he has not slowed Frank Gilliam of Iowa, Aubrey Robinson of the Reds. The infield LIQUOR GOING
UfHAT Lewis of Notre Dame, Harry Jef- UP
of (Suit-
SUN. THRU SAT. since the regulat sea- will be composed Harry j
ferson of Illinois Jim Hinesley of ..
at first base, Al S
) Simpson
case K '
November
OCT. 21 TM ,HOV. 3 and Starting 1st
AARON the National Michigan State many more Smith of the Indians at second
XTRA.I! ,ON STAG fIDAY too numerous to mention here r: '
ALLSTAR champ with the Hank Thompson of the Giants at SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD "
'
., Braves, the 'former EZZARD CHARLES the 35- third and Gene Baker of Cubs at YOUR PURCHASE 'TIL XMAS I

the Sally League while year-old ex-heavyweigni boxing shortstop. This team'will' play ,in

IOOSIYELT and who was champion continues to look as Jacksonville.Pitchers on the team ALL POPULAR BRANDS and i

the Look, Magazine's fine 'U a fiddle out of the ring. will be Brooks Lawrence and Joe

s... .TIa.n. Oct. 21 He.,. 1 S.. team along with He carries the very air of a champion Black of theReds; :sam Jones of LARGE SELECTION OF DECANTERS t
S Biy Days Newcombe. will again but once he gets into lb. the Cubs and Connie Johnson of

2 Great ht Rea Hits .we as a member ring anyone can tell thai he has the Orioles. The catcher will be at the'N

,.delplt Scott Mays' barnstorming lost the zip he possessed when he Elston Howard of the Yankees.
7 MEt- FROM .
{ NOWJt'l.
Plus. G..gst.r TI..i.... won the championship. He doesn't FOOTBALL IN JACKSONVILLE 'S SILVER STAR
'JOE MAUlT" Weel. TUNNELL. one of the punch as hard he doesn't step as has gotten off to a good ,

Peal Doqla. offensive stars of profes- spry and neither does he think as star with Edward Waters. Matthew -

f... Set. Hoy. 2.3 is playing his ninth quick. Gilbert and Stanton High DRITE-IN LIQUORS : ,
A.... M."lay the New York Giants DALE HALL has instituted a Schools giving the fans somethingto '

.Plus"TUMiBLEWEID": ,"GUN MOL!." .- Pro Football Lea- i suit against light heavyweight see. AH ihre schools hare 5668 Avenue 'B' Phone PO 4-9192

STAGE DARTS FRI. NITE' "S was the first Negro to :champ Archie Moore for failing to com up with good teams this : ,

with,the Giants. !go through".with"a'fight He'says season. I M .

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BY JAT JAY

Folk :who are educated claim lhai they aI.aramake con -

yena iOD.. Well in newspaper work we can always write about faxes How To Vote For E. D. Jackson
< ". ... I
; ,and the weather when ev.rything'ele fails.So-here goes**........ :* : LOTS FORSALE

: The rest of the country, Is ex-
LARGE. HIGH LOTS
t periendng Indian Summer but We're Happy that the white

!' ; ereJn Florida,we have just plain Florida sports 'writers;have. final- L' Good; Property for Home Building
.' summer. 'Over the week-end we ly realized that the boy? at FAMU Between Avenue 'B' and MagnoliaGardensCALL

had too much "California :sun- are, football. players. In .theii-
'
shiner I guess, you know we weekly poll the scribes picked PO 44397WANTED

mean rain. Galimore as "Back of the Week."

Rainand, whatever else fell, This is the first ,time a Negro
nearly twenty thousand 'fans,met back has ever beenselected/ We "
at the Gator Bowl to watch the have finallyanived.

game? or band? Whatever they: Frank Hampton is fast, makinga TO BUY
came to see they were there. The bid toward becoming the top 4
game had the largest sports coverage -1 host in the city. After the game

: ever given a local Negro' Frank entertained as ,only Frank
;F game. White' and Negro sportswriters Hampton, can. Naturally; Johnny __ S a : LOTS ON WESTSIDE

t came from just about: Stewart was on to serve as major- 'r I
everywhere.were glad to hear: domo and official greeter. Like w
most merchants say that they had I, most of the parties held over the K. :

bumper crowds. When the mer-: week-end all of them lasted thru Phone EL 42391For

',_ chants make money, they spepd i the night. I think every one in
it with us. So-let them make it. town is sort of staying in for the .

We heard one sour note. A rest of this week trying to, get .
young lady told us about a big] over the lost "20th."
sign which was posted and staled! **
John "B. B. Pickens: and Al-
White. I feel the the
same as
bert Jones, publisher of "Our
young lady. Why should we set, Churches" magazine, which has a Quick Lunch'or Late SnackVisit
the
aside choice seats FAMU
on
been out of circulation for the
side of the stands for white 'patrons -
past two weeks, are as thick as the -
; when they act ar though i
molasses. Wonder wots cooking.
they-don't want us at their games.: Orchids to Claude Hilliard on
When the University of Florida! BURGER KING DRIVE IN
the way the Florida Classic pa-
. meets Georgia Tech and Georgiain
' .
rade was handled. It looked likea
the Gator Bowl we will,probably SELFSERVICEBeef
"collud"
parade' (and not a

colored be seats told available.that there If, are we get no parade. We don't know where Steps You Must Take in Casting a Write In Vote for E. D. Jackson X Burgers Thick Shakes
they found the pretty girls but

in almost we will off the pay playing$150 field for a in nook the they found some dillies .. 1. When, you enter the Voting Booth. Close the Curtains by pulling the Red Cheese Burgers Double Burgers

North" bleachers. If the whites We hear that someone asked Large Lever. v Chicken Dinners French Fries
members of the twilight .set ,to
want to'see our games let them leave the dance at the Armory.' 2. Without touching any of the Levers on the machine, move slowly to your Hot
sit in the end zones or isolate Apple Popovers Dogs
them. Seems as tho the ys".got too right.. until you come to "Justice of Peace, 11th District" When you reach
Freddie the
We should stop acting as tho friendly gay Buick salesman Brown, is busy the name "Sarah Bryan do not touch that Lever but look directly above Cold Drinks

it is an honor for them attend our her name and the SLOT DIRECTLY ABOVE HER NAME, will
trying to tell folk the section of open you DRIVE IN AND SERVE YOURSELF
affairs while they sit with their
Jacksonville he was driving in see a piece of white paper.
noses in the air and "tolerate us. when he picked up red clay on his -:- Plenty Parking Space .:.
As for me, ,the few tickets they tires. Some think,, he took some 3. Take your pencil and WRITE the name E. D. JACKSON XT You will notice

buy "alntworth,, it." We should fillies back to their corral on the that an X must be placed behind the name of E. D. JACKSON. If you writeso Joe L. Cox. Manager
have pride.. My advice to
some
"Seven-Hills." Dig me? Bill Shell- large that have no room to write the X. then place the X under
the folk at A & M and the other you
801 WEST ASHLEY Corner MADISON
man and Hamp Sullivan are at _a
schools is to take off the band- where you have written E. D. JACKSON. By'all means you must place ,
loss for words trying to explain
;, annas and stand up. I know its a the features of the new Chevies.We .' the X in the space provided. .
state school but you don't have to
pay the priceyou are paying. agree they are gone. 4. If you are a person who cannot write, see the Clerk of the Poll and she !
Rumors dilI"persist that a baby
:
,' ,It was old home,week last week. was born at the Gator Bowl and, will carry you through the proper procedure. If for any reason you feel
,
: Boys and girls. came in from all that they named it "Florida Clas-: that _you need help, don't fail to express your desires of voting to the

;, comers or the. state to spend the sic" and will get a scholarshipfrom I Clerk and you will receive the proper assistance. .
,
week- nd in Jax. You can say
the state. Dam lies! Bob Hudson
II
what you may but folk still liketo. Gladys Williams of the TJeluxe 5. When you pull the Red Lever to, 'open' the curtains after you have voted

come the to delegation Jacksonville.was From', Jed Miami by wants to' ask all people to mind I a clean;.space in the slot where you wrote E. D. JACKSON WILL APPEAR. *

their own business. We are sorry ,
Jimmie Anders. RuthCollins for the next voter. .
that some folks took the little i AND
made one of her infrequent trips the pitch we made about her friendship i WRITE 'IN E. D. JACKSON X ((49th, Slot) _
Mel
in
town. Darby was on
, was taken and carried to
set with his kitty. In the news
SEE DIAGRAM SHOWING WRITE IN VOTE ABOVE
Mars fty some folk. That's life. :
\. paper world Garth Reeves,of the
If want to see beauty be
Miami Times spent some time you Sugar Sugar Sugar
sure and attend the EWC Homecoming I REMEMBER Voteless People Are Hopeless People
with us After the game we game Saturday nite at the I : ,
tried to console Senorita Craw-
Myrtle Ave. Ball Park. A whole I
ford, Harold Whitehurst, Emanuel
passel of pretty things will be: conference with Eisenhower on court, try them for contempt and,
and other Bethune fans. '
Wesley there. Adam Powell Oct. 11 a meeting from which if they're guilty, put them. in
From Ocala Lillie SconIers hada COMING YOUR WAY
Sony to hear that Al Dunmore! Powell emerged to endorse the prison."

Wright.group McCants of friends.and Mesdames Arizona well known newsman wrecked his I Admits Misquote President for a second term. Powell then related that he'had

car. AI narrowly escaped injury., Four days'later Powell spokeof commented to Eisenhower:
Preen, niece of the STAR correspondent -
Glad to hear he was only slightly Of Presideallke, the meeting in an address to "That's what we want up in Har-
in Palatka spent a few 7:00 to 9:00 A.M.
minutes in:: the Star office "shook-up." i an Eisenhower rally in Harlem, lem and I thought that's what you ,
Tops on the best seller list this the House member's home dis wanted.
>_ Our hats are off to Ken KnigbLVisiting
newsmen 'are_still talking week is a pamphlet hj Ernest WASHINGTON Rep. Adam trict. In his statement today, Powell
Jackson called "How to Write-In Powell (D, N. Y.) last 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
about the -pnsu om- which was Clayton Powell's speech included this said of his talk with Eisenhower:
set up at the Astor MoteL. The Vote. This should be on the must Tuesday retracted in a statement account of an exchange with "I want to set the record
reading for every Jaxon,of color. released by the White House, his Eisenhower the subject of
press..owes thanks to blah White. on ; straight by stating that he did
, See you next week. report that President Eisenhowerhold He said he asked
Nip-Sams and the other dispensers desegregation. not make the remarks on.enforcement -
of hard liquors who made him he favors jailing anyone Eisenhower of school integration whichI OVER

contributions. Ken was In charge who disobeys court orders to desegregate "Mr. President, in the event attributed to him.

of arrangements for the set-up. Baptist MiiistersBroikerkood schools. that a school district refused to "I inadvertently confused this

White left town for Orlando and TheHarlem'' congressman said obey that decision of the federal interview with my recollection of
central Florida. Eisenhower "did not make the court what'do: advocate?"
Meet you what the President said at his
.. They tell us that Nelson' Spaul- remarks which I attributed to He quoted Eisenhower as hav- public press conference on Sept. WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

ding,is the most loyal Xavier fan him." ing replied: 11 when ,he did mention the sub

in:,town. He and a group are The Baptist Ministers; Brotherhood Powell's explanation was that "Mr. Powell..I advocate that ject of enforcement of school integration ,
surely going to take in the Xavier- of,Duval and adjacent counties he had confused in his own mind the federal court shall get federal ."
FAMU game on the Hill" this will meet Monday; ,October what'was said in his interview marshals, swear in deputies if ONLY ALL NEGRO

week-end Most of the home folk 29, at Bethel Baptist Church. with Eisenhower and an earlier they need them,go out and arrest
are saving to take in the A & M Rev. Mr. A. B. Coleman will news conference statement by the anyone who refused to obey their PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION

Homecoming on the 3rd of No preview the Sunday School les- President on the enforcement of orders, bring them before the tlIiIdch.r
vember. The game will pit A & M son and Rev. Mr. J. Sams'will school integration.Read .
against A &T College. Folk think give the order ol the day. by Hagerty miff SOU Rub! .

,,' that this will be the Rattlers' Rev. Mr. JL H. ,Robinson is Press Secretary Hagerty read

toughest,game..,Rumor is rife that president of the organization and. Powell's statement to newsmen. Galimore RatedBack Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic, "13M ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"
the Classic will be the winner of Rev. Mr. G.W.,Miller is reporter Hagerty said Powell had sent it promptly relieve itching,stops
scratching and helps heal and
so
the Tennessee StateMarylandState to him and authorized its release. Extra
-- Of Week clear surface rashes. Bay
game which will be 'playedin Write In .. The remarks which Powell retracted ] StrtngthZmotof
zemo
Washington this week- ncL E. JACKSON r involved a White House stubborn cases 1

In Weekly PollMIAMI


Willie (Galloping College &: High School Football Schedule For '56Sat.

CONE SEE.
Gal) Galimore. ace halfback of
i Oct. 27 A & T College YL Morgan State Greensboro.. H. C.
Florida A &: M University'sRattlers
o_' was chosen by the Sat.. Oct. 27 Tla. A. k M.. n. Xavier Tallahassee Fla.
;
AND GREET PERSONALLY ,
Florida Sports Writers Association Sat. Od..27 Grumbling n.. Jackson Gramb g,. La.

,, ,, in its weekly poll on the Wed. Oct. 31 Lincoln High Sch. ys. Miami MIamL FlLThUl'

' college back and lineman of Hoy. 1 Fessenden High n. Inverness Ocala. FlL '

; ;i. President Dwight D. EisenhowerAT the first week.player Galimore io ever be was selected the Sat.. NOT. 3 A Ie: T College' no Florida A Ie M Ta11ahauee.. FlA. '

from Florida,- .. & M. Sat.. NOT.. 3 "' Bethune-Cookman vs., .Grambling 'Tampa Fla. '

. : Galimore's spectacular 87- Fri. Noy. 9 Fessenden High no Alacbua Alachua Fla.
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; yard return of a kickoff in the Fri. Boy. 9 Lincoln High Scb. n. Pensacola Pensacola. FlL
opening period of play in the
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j. Monday Dot. 29 -+- .2. P.M. Rattlers'the previously overwhelming: unbeaten defeatof Sat. Hoy. 10 Bethune-Cookman 4 n. Xavier New Orleans. La. .

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54-6 brought" about the choice. Sat.. Noy. 10'Grambling YL Prairie View Gramb1in. La.

S PROGRAM BEGINS AT 12:30 P.M. S He gained a total of 153 yards ThUl' Hoy. 15 Lincoln High Scb. 'no Gainesville Tallahassee. FlL'
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f ,,, ,._ :_ ,' ,, Sponsored Jointly by Republican Party and. .. plays and 'scored, two touch Sat. NOY. 24 BethUDe-Coo'--ft ,... ys., Kentucky State ,Daytona Beach. FlL
Democrats for Eisenhower downs.
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