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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 3, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00298

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 3, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00298

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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;. rj V V BY_ERIC O. SIMPSON t I Then Shoots Mate In Leg

k For many months now we have been hearing what is known as

campaign talks from the Democratic and Republican parties.In ; .

a the past few weeks we have,been pointing out to our readers A )jealous.wife's actions against her husband and the woman she
of the factors to be considered before whether to vote
deciding
some
believes is
rivaling her for the affections of her mat ,led to a near,
for the Republican presidential nominee or Democratic presidential fatal tragedy last Saturday morning. ,
o 0
nominee., Mrs. Gussie Burt,. 47. of 1412
We have studied the issues we have studied the claims of Grothe SL
is reported to have at Miss Curry's home, the wife
both sides. .. and after prayerful consideration we have come to the
stabbed Miss
Leola 37 of
Curry, <<; called one Leroy Johnson and told
conclusion that'it would be to the best interests of the Negro peopleto 1322 McConhie St. and then shot
him to call her husband. -
cast Democratic,Party. ..
theirivoteJforrJhe' .
; husband..M.ose..Burt. in. the
hers:: WhenMose*Burt;; the*husband:
Brieflyjjje ; xe'jsonte'orthereas6TftTwhywrtelieve .we should upper left leg With ;38 caliber came out the wife is alleged to
support the Democratic nominee:
revolver. have fired two shots one of which
In the first place Ibe Republican Administration represents the
The stabbing of the wife's rival struck him in the upper left leg.
Wall Street and Big Business interests u.. which already has founda
occurred about 5:45: a. m. last Burt was taken to Duval Medi-
way to reduce the taxes of the larger corporations and leave the
Saturday morning outside Mom'sKitchen cal Center where he was treated
burden taxation on the small businessman and the working people. .. .
;a. is S? 1Q a popular restaurant at and released. i-
\ Under the Republican Party plan for aid to "depressed" indus
Kings Rd.:and Myrtle Ave. when His wife is'charged, assault
.tries the administration plans to give special privileges to keep fail-
she caught her husband and'.the to murder and discharging firearms -
ing. industries going in the North at the expense of the taxpayers. a'car
younger woman in making in the-c jty limits.
As for the claims of the Republican Party and what it has done
love to each other. Sgts. F. A. Gruber and R. B.
for civil rights and full citizenship check the record:
wife is Whittington investigated both the
The jealous reported to
It was the Democrats who opened top policy jobs to Negroes:
have broken thecar door glass shooting and the stabbing. .
:
federal
ended discrimination in- employment and fathered FEPC.
with after which she
It was the Democrats who desegregated the Armed Services. a brick

Today's Army Navy and Air Force integration results from Executive her allegedly right leg.stabbed Miss Curry on Mill Gels Potash

Order 9981 issued by President Harry S. Truman.
The_ Democrats pioneered the field of low-cost housing and slum The shooting of the husband
Thrown In Face
came after the stabbing incident
clearance: gave birth to Social Security.The
when the husband drove
Democrats appointed liberal justices to the Supreme Court away
with his lover to take her home. For Hilling Hale
; who gave new vitality to the opinions of the-Court.
Police the shoot-
the Social Security System to include investigating
-T photo shows family,in front of the Woods home, left to right. Willie Mae Neal sister of Jesse The Democrats expanded ing reported that Mrs. Burt wentto

Woods: Aunt Deliea (('omther) Ella Mae James another: sister and C. C. Dunlap a neighboring farmer 9 out of 10 workers. Women are now eligible to retire at age 62 and her home and secured a gun A young Jacksonville woman is

being, -interviewed by newsmen. Standing,in doorway is Levona Woods sister-in-law of Jesse. disabled. persons at,age SO. before going to the rival's home. nursing a head wound white her
The Democrats raised the minimum wage from 75 cents to $1.
Bottom photo,shows,CapL Olin Hill of the State Highway Patrol, and Sheriff MolL Bowman holding SO DONT LET ANYBODY FOOL YOU.. OR CONFUSE YOU. According to police, on her arrival boyfriend is suffering from potash .
up blood stained shirt displaying evidence for photographers. The black felt hat also blood stainedis burns in the face as a result of,a
Now there is a local issue regarding Ernest Jackson and the
shown oa trunk of car in foreground. Reporters and investigators are shown in background.. E fight between a local couple.: _
But the action of the Duval Democratic Exec-
raw deal he was given.
XlndalL Governor Collins special investigator is shown standing behind Sheriff Bowman. Top Democrats One victim is Isabelle ,Collins
utive Committee headed by Edgar W. Waybright does not representthe 24, of 215 Newnan Street and the

thinking of decent fair-minded people in Duval or anywhere else. ForE. other is Walter Owens, 25. of 2829
time to show that have the voting .strength to Are Palling
Now is. the we Mars Street .',
Woman Slabs Man help,elect a decent Democrat and at .the same time give notice t
Man Held Lynchj ? CaseIn According to police report
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that we intend to use our vote to rid good government of undesir- D. JacksonBoston Owens who had been supportingthe

Street Corner ables. --
On young woman became engaged -
Another point is that unexperienced voters may become con-
in a fight with Miss Collins
"Protective Custody"K fused trying to vote Republican and then voting Democratic. for Some'indication of over her attentions to another.
how many of the top Democrats '
A young Jaxon Solomon "Bus Ernest Jackson. man. :

ter" Hamm. 17, 2033 Lewis St. VOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. .- throughout the nation It is reported that.last Sunday

was taken,to Duva.1 Medical Cen- And don't forget: Vote "No" for Amendment 8 .. See Page 2 feel about the action of the lo- night, when for the second time
Moved cal Democratic Executive Com-
From Scene ter for treatment of stab wounds for how to vote on the amendments. in succession he caught4' her dispensing -
mittee in Ernest D.
in back of his ousting
right shoulder.
y- Of Historical Race Riot Hamm stated 'I Jackson from its slate of nominees her affections to another -
that he.was standing
Warning Is Issued is in the stand taken man he struck her on her head :
seen
on the corner of Godwin and Hearing ExpectedFor .
&y.,' 4 BY ERIC O. SIMPSON Lewis Streets last Tuesday Oct. On Klan Activity by a Boston lawmaker. with In a lamp. :
retaliation Miss Collins al-
WILDWOOD Up to late Friday afternoon following draggingof 30, talking Charles Blake when Former Rep. Foster Furcolo.
Boycollers legedly threw potash In her'lealous
-
Lake Deacon investigators had found no trace of the body of Mary Daniels came up and stab MIAMI The Ku Klux Klan Mass. Democrat. a candidatefor face. .
lover's *' -
Jess Woods who was taken from a Wildwood jail and beaten after bed hi min the back of the right once discredited and labeled subversive governor asked the Duval ? '

his arreet for allegedly saying. "Hello' baby" to a pretty white shoulder. TALLAHASSEE City Judge is reported to be spring- County (Fla.) Democratic Committee In for City the Court Owens was fined
$15 attack the
lamp on
school _cher. -- It was stated that Mary Danielswas John Rudd said Thursday he ing back to life in a way that in a telegram Monday to v V
woman.
The failure to turn up Woods' Kidnapper- Held angry about Hamm beatingher hopes to hold a hearing early could mean trouble for the South, reconsider a Negro attorney asa

body seems to indicate some truthin At the same tone investigators up some time, ago for allegedly next week on a motion for a new a former FBI agent said last Sat- nominee for justice of the

'the report this reporter r-- pressed their quizzing of George stealing money from his father. trial for 21 Negro boycott leaders urday. peace in that state. Boy, 14, Being Held

ceived from confidential source (Georgia Boy) Altaian, 25yearold Hamm is accused of knocking convicted of operating a car pool The revival of the secret hooded Furcolo said in a statement

that Wooda.escaped death. white man,charged with kid- Mary Daniels down and kickingher. which transported boycotters. order has come partly becauseit : I that the attorney. Ernest D. For Raping Woman, 54

.Another bit of information napping Woods. Rudd has delayed setting' up a is "not above violence to pre- Jackson. won a disputed pri- TAMPA Tampa police this

gathered was that Woods has a Sheriff Bowman declined to hearing on the motion pendingthe serve segregation. Milton Ellerin, mary election in Jacksonvillebut week arrested a, ,14-year-old: .Ne-

sister who lives in another part reveal if Altman has made any him from other members of the return to Tallahassee'of Special national fact-finding director for the courts overturned his gro boy on a charge of raping a

of the state. statement about these reports but Prosecutor Mark. ''Hawes. the Anti-Defamation League, de victory by invalidating a recently 54-year-old white woman. .

"I believe the man is still alive said Altman was a "principal" in gang.Wildwood police have set a, 10 Hawes expected to be back in clared. enacted redistrictinglaw. Detective Derrill Brown said
'
or be,would have been found by the case. p;: m.. curfew on children without town on Monday. .Ellerin said Ba. found the new the youth gained entrance to the V

now." Altman is being held in Pinel- specifying an age limit or specific The Negro Inter Civic Council Klan strong in parts of Florida In his telegram to the Democratic woman's apartment Saturday .,

.Investigators have heard re- las County jail in Clearwater. reason. which;,is, sponsoring the)boycottas and growing rapidly in Georgia committee. Furcolo said night by offering avocadoes, for -

ports a group of white men took about 80 miles southwest of here. 'It was recalled by old-timers in ,a protest against segregated Alabama. South Carolina and its failure to include Jacksonas sale. The woman said the youth

Woods from his blood spotted: The court order committinghim Wildwood that a bloody'race riot seating and the 21 individual defendants Tennessee.In a nominee "is a source of threatened to choke her to'death

cell: flogged him on the shore of 'there .said he was taken to was staged in that area in 1922 were fined $500 each. all those states, Ellerin said, regret to Democrats every unless she submitted. The boy

Lake Deacon ;and ,turned him, Clearwater for "protectiv: cus when a police officer and a Negro The individuals also drew suspended the masked order is growing at 'where." He asked reconsideration was picked up last Monday and

'loose alive. I I tody." An officer there said Alt- were killed and several dozen 60-day jail sentences and the expense of the White Citizens In the name of fair play. the woman identified him. Brown

be tattered bloodsmearedshirt man was taken there to protect whites and Negroes were injured. were put on probation.for a year.: Councils. said.

and hat worn'by a'39yearI

old farm laborer and ex-GI when


he found was and abducted he"-identified might, from be Tuesday a lynch jai\were;vic-indicating I WRI.-rEIN E. D. JACKSON X ,-.IN SLOT |1490.|


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t.i.- lh e Tae THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday. November 3, 1956

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J -.::. Miitbs Address ., Negroes Should Not Support Negro BusinessHas
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Simpson Gone ? No.
i t'J : I' 4iSf- .*.i- fete,**.. JexksMvffi. .*, ,,,rIM ...... ELoh 44773C. Crazy Negro
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: KICIRxtMf9N ". .,. '. 116.-1 EdLter Business Men Don't Practice Their Preaching

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',',_ Membfr. of Associated Negro Press "y4"'Y i t Sometimes 'X wonder what these of my good and faithful followers -
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would: think has happened to me U I should suddenly proclaim -
SUHCaJnleN IATES -:" \. '+ I in bold type: NEGROES SHOULD NOT SUPPORT NEGRO .

.... Yew;$ M; ..... Ye.r. ,**M; TkiM Mentis, $1.10 z G.0 OWNED BUSINESS'.., SO AND SO NEGRO REAL ESTATE FIRM.

: S-eseyewM.iPe.f Yea An****., b.*. U.*.* Stet*.. THE SO AND SO NEGRO INSURANCE COMPANY. AND THE SO

w-; ) !. AAmce. SeH.a.cb.r Meaey Ortfers T.: AND SO NEGRO SERVICE STATION AND THE SO AND SO NEGRO

FL0MMTJMR': ., 0.' MX ,31 '--,MCKSOrWLU 1, FU>*aeA J F'J STORE-SHOULD NOT BE PATRONIZED BY NEGROES.

Many of you -. !
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I good people a I businessman should be the last

\ ;How To Vote On"Tlie would surely / ones to talk about getting theirmoney's

think ,I have
< worth I know lots of
,
Amendments l gone completely '.. : things I buy in Negro stores cost:
+ 3 off my rock me more than they do in many

But some of the white stores .'. but I buy

.The following are a listof constitutional amend. of the others : them anyway because mother told
raeals'oicwhich citizens mast vote "yes" or "no" on .' such as the Ne' ,41 l me I should always try to patronize -

,Nov-I..After each:amendment; indicated how the gro businessmen Negro business so that they

editors believe citizen should vote for the best interests ., r. o SOMEof could grow and maybe one day
of all the people.CONSTITUTIONAL. ", \A ,. our school get to the place where they give
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teachers and just as good prices as the other
AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE V
principals and stores.""
Proposing the revision of Article V of the Constitution relating to SOME of the Simpson
By this time I realized I could
the Judicial Department .of the Government; establishing three dis- \ .. professional men and women
not make for
trict courts of appeal and continuing all other courts; providing for would shout for my crucifixionfor the Negro businessman any more excuses who seeks

the organization, jurisdiction and powers of the supreme court, district .;s0ts. being a traitor to the race.
Negro but does
patronage not
; courts of appeal and other constitutional courts, including as tot ,
> \ ":4 Many of these people may not practice what he preaches.I .
,
the supreme court authority to adopt rules regulating the practice 1 < j-; i.. Li have a newspaper at their com-
:: and procedure in all courts and jurisdiction over admission to the .....'" ; ? mand to make such a treacherousproclamatiod told her that we are now

practice law and discipline of persons admitted and authority in living in an economic age when
the chief.justice temporarily to assign justices and judges to other r:' ''The Balance of Power. If They Will Only Use It .but every day, people are looking to get a dollar's
business
Negro
.. many men. by worth for their dollar rather thanat
courts; prescribing eligibility requirements for justices and certain their actions do the very same
judges and prohibiting them from certain activities; providing for in your stars as well as in the thing. the color of the man.

salaries or compensation and expenses and for the retirement,'sus. sterling qualities you possess. Just a week ago a Negro girL She said if that's so why don't

pension and removal of justices and judges. 'Yoyr Weekly Your sign will bring you an inner about 13 years of age. pointed to they just advertise in the regular
well material bene- sections of the and
VOTE"YES.: glow as as newspaper get
4 an advertisement of a Negro business
fits in the of cash acquisi- both white and colored business
DADE HOME RULE: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO Hor..cope Guide way or in tthe Jim-crow section of "
tions. "And she added. "The Negro
ARTICLE Vm SECTION U one of the white local newspapers
business man can't
A proposed Amendment to Article Vm Section II, providing for which carries a "star" edition"" and get every-
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR LIBRA thing. The Negro
home rule in Dade Contyj; providing for electors to adopt and amend asked me: "Why did Mr. newspaper may
Born 24 thru Oct. 23 fall short a few thousand in cir-
home rule charter of Government of Dade County under which Board BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Sept. put his ad in the white newspaper '-
October 22nd thru 31st culation compared to the star edition
, of County Commissioners shall be governing body. The charter manI I instead of the "Florida Star Mr. -
;,. fix boundaries of each county commission district, provide method of By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES Experience is your best friend. Simpson?" but the colored newspaperhas

changing them fixing' z number terms;;.compensation and election of This is particularly true as far as 'I replied "I guess Mr. some news that the white

I commissioners, and may grant certain ,powers to Board of County buying selling and earning your prefers the white newspaper. press doesn't have and it standsup
concerned. Follow the I for the things we as Negroesare
fjuvpn<**iornTf, provide for establishment and abolition of municipal CANCER geep are The youngster thought awhile

corporations special taxing districts and other governmental units Born March.21 thru April 19 Born June 22 thru July 22 practical lessons you have previ- "I've heard my mother say I. striving for where the white

'!' and for changing their boundaries ,and transferring their functions, October 22nd thru 31 si October 22nd thru 31st ously learned in this respect and that she likes to deal with some press doesn't say a word about

I' their government jurisdiction and powers; make provision for abol- Conservatism means stability. Chance is elusive. This period you will have no regrets. But if of the white firms but she triesto such things. It seems to me that

; fishing certain offices and for changing the nameof Dade County. Whether provides plenty of encouragementfor you want to climb socially ;invest patronize Negro'firms when Negroes who support the white
voting purely
you are or impulsively in business purchases, press and helping to build some
"
can.to
VOTE "YES. the full use of, enterprise ingenuity she *
t? interested in your own career lend indiscriminately or other thingbigger and bigger so it
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE IlL SECTION 2 business or economic interests and affection in the pursuit wise take risks. Make certain that The child went on to say that could keep them down "

proposed Amendment to Article m Section 2 by adding to said you cannot go wrong when you of happiness. Your ability in- all discussions are conducted in she could not understand why All I could to that
say myself
for the of the Legislature into extra follow the counsels of those who vites a closer examination of the Negro firms which are trying to
; Section a provision convening of concession and
an atmosphere out of the mouths of babes cometh
followed the to extreme ideas and possibility of applying, your domestic get Negro business would use a
fI session by-an Initial petition of 20% of the members by are opposed conciliation..
r, affirmative vote of 3/5ths of the Members of both Houses, providing experiments. Should you follow skills for, the purpose of 844331775571. white newspaper instead of a Negro i i words of home wisdom. The episode
brought to the fact that
c- that the Secretary of'State shall fix the date and hour for the convening the reasoning of those who are gain as well as for the benefit. ] newspaper.I me
of such extra session and that such extra session shall be extreme in their opinions and members of the family circle.I told her I supposed it may be I we older folks especially Negro

limited to a period of 30 days. methods. Your sign stresses the Should you go off on emotional, SCORPIO that because the white news- business men are not practicingwhat
r.- possibility of wild flucuations tangents. and, decide to take! Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 papers had a slightly larger circu- they are preaching.
VOTE "NO. chances adventures October 22nd thru 31st lation.I Sometimes I think what a Negro
on or gamesof
which could affect financially
p.' CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VIL and emotionally as you time marcheson. chance. Your hasty decision Opposition challenges your in told her I supposed that the business man says "patronize

SECTIONS 2. 3 AND 4 Follow the familiar and safe could create problems and costly genuity. With conditions in your Negro businessmen used the Negro business."" he only means
F"v A proposed Amendment to Article VII relating to apportionment paths. situations. Those you love are the favor it will be mainly up to you white newspapers because they that folk should patronize his

0 of the Senate and House of Representatives; providing that the Sent last ones who should be hurt even to create the environment and believed they had slightly larger business.See.'
ate shall consist of one Senator from each of the 67 Counties; that 1-50- 6-14-71-585. if it is acknowledged that the reverse conditions that are conducive to circulations. Thus they felt they You at the Polls

ti the house of representatives shall consist of 135 members. is too often the case. Weigh success romance, enterprise and were getting more for their advertising November 6.

""' VOTE "NO." TAURUS your words. the welfare of those you cherish.! dollar or what some

CONSTITUTIONAL! AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE V Born April 20 thru May 20 Substantial revenues or savings business people call "getting .their

t A proposed Amendment to Article V of the Constitution by adding October 22nd thru 31st LEO can be effected through discreet money's worth. Be Sure To Vote

f an: additional Section providing for an additional Judge of the Strengthen alliances. Your sign Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 buying selling or commercial This child's observation knocked ,
Criminal Court of Record of Duval County Florida providing for operations. Premature revelations me for a loop.
; throws the spotlight on those who October 22nd thru 31st November 6th
f. his election term of office salary and allowances for expenses; providing are joined with you as well as on Affection is a balm. Those who of your ideas and plans or unwise -Welll"! she said the Negro
however if there be a Judge of the Provisional Criminal clashes with persons who possess
the competition. By doing whatis share your residence could easilybe
; Court in Duval County such Judge shall become such additional right and by giving the other upset by what they consider about influence a problem or authority that could may bring upset i #

> Judge ol the Criminal Court of Record. fellow his due you help create your unpredictable' dominant
and dent in
your nerves put a
VOTE "YES. the unexpected opportunity to ways.; Sound judgment emphasizes cash

t. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XII gain financially and to achieve the' desirability of countingten your 670661583717.reserves.

:;., A proposed Amendment to Article XII of the State Constitutionby your ultimate ends. You are being before you utter words or embark

i. adding a section providing for abolition of the Office of County particularly favored in this respect on a course behavior that SAGITTARIUS

p f Special Tax School District Trustees and transfer of duties to County by fine cooperation from would. hurt your loved ones the Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21

t Board of Public Instruction; providing for referendum and for meth- others. The lack of restraint could most. Your sign discloses that you October 22nd thru 31st

!"" od of reinstatement of County Special Tax School District,Trustees. lead to recriminations and the up- may not knowingly give offense Make your own future.: You

v:. VOTE "NO" setting aftermath while you are and that you can be a great seem to have enough experiencein
to at a high pitch. Sit tight. source of joy and inspiration to
: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XH the ways of the world to figure
: all those and dear when
.' 5-10-1'1-14-6-575. near you
A proposed Amendment to Article XH/of the State Constitution out just what you have to do to
live to noblest qualities.
':. adding a new Section authorizing the appointment of County Superintendent up your shape events to your liking. Your
-
There is not likely to be'
any
S : in Duval Sarasota Dade and Pinellas Counties; subject to reverses reveal the necessity of
lack in for Leos in
GEMINI inspiration
referendum or special act of the Legislature and providing for method ; rooting out all negative elementsin kL
Born Mm'r 21 thru June 21 the field of music drama.the arts
life and replacing them
t. of reinstatement of County Superintendent. your
22nd.thru 3Jsi and
October romance.
and
self-assurance
VOTE "NO"CONSTITUTIONAL with greater
Trust your allies. The steadyingand 5-60-55-18-97-498- high aspirations. You should get
ARTICLE V
AMENDMENT' TO soothing influence of those considerable assistance from your
A Amendment to Article V of the State Constitution
proposed
with whom you share your pursuits VIRGO friends as well as from life's lessons
t adding a section abolishing the office- of County Solicitor-in Dade affections 23
: and is the one Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. to formulate a program of
t; County and transferring the duties thereof to the State Attorney oft thing you should not turn down *-October 22nd thru 31st study, research education and action -

t;. the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. when you are being subjected to Daring not fearing is the*pass- that will prepare you fully

,r VOTE "NO. nervous tensions or problems ofa word. The loss of time sets the for the role destiny may ask you
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VIIIA health and service nature. This dividing line between procrastination to assume.

proposed Amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution of- period you have your work cut and decision. Should you allow 6-70-55-15-76-797.

Florida adding a section providing that after October I, 1951 all fees out for you this month but the your imagination or obsessions

revenues or other charges collected by,the county officers of Escam- !right decision gives assurance of to get the better of your CAPRICORNBorn

\- bia County-shall be paid into the general county fund of Escambia plenty of help and support from more adventurous self indicates Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

County. and that the Legislature shall make provision for salaries, your allies. Wrong judgment or: that you will be establishing the October 22nd thru 31st

expenses end compensation to be paid the several county officers of reckless actions are particularlyto background for: further frustra- Self-confidence is your prop.i 1400 WRHC 1400

Escambia County.VOTE be avoided. tions and brand new set of prob Past experience gives evidence.

"YES." ,3--80-88-19-74=696. lems. But, when..you have faith that your hopes can be realizedand KEN KNIGHT

t CONSTITUTIOUAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XVI new friends gathered when

ArticleXVI of the Constitution of the you convince yourself that it is
A proposed Amendment to ;
HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955Use
GET YOUR
worth-while. Quick thinking emphasizes Presenting
State of Florida to be known as Section 34 authorizing the Legislatureto I '
establish Civil Service Systems and Civil Service Boards for Mum tab cevpe.. l*.ni Mere. fcet yeineH. S..4 '10 Seats (ewe 4tm* the value of your inner
and Officers not elected J by the to ccte) fir each. keietceve' ordered by .iL l.ct!.4. self .Mr....... resources which you may not KNIGHT TRAIN
: cipal County and State Employees Stayed ..,....... Wrfte .taly. TW effer dies art ."I ; *."residabet have tapped at this time. Should
people or appointed by the Governor. HM dada l.. .! C.ed.. 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly
VOTE "YES"CONSTITUTIONAL you recognize this to be the case _
do not lose ,a minute to reflect
AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XVI r PAMLO FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOCfft ---1 I over the matter and to follow this I SWEET CHARIOT

1 A proposed Amendment Article XVI of the Constitution of the P. O. lOX Jar up with prompt gersonal action.

-.. State of Florida to be numbered Section 4A providing that the Legislature I IlACKSOHYILLt, I. FLA.Nam. -, .. I I Pay no heed to those who would 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru' Friday
may make provision for trial by jury of civil suits to.be held ; discourage you from following the,

in any municipality within Pinellas County having a population of I II impulses that stem from within. Features
more than 75,060 inhabitants; providing that the Clerk of any Courtor AMwa I II a50--. S--17- -721.

JDT'other-court: officer shall maintain such offices,in such.,municipality ,- BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
books therein and the principal I <* s.... AQUARIUS'.success
,keep official and records that > .. ... ,- :' .1
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offices of each erk-'and other officers fhall not be removed, porn ... ., tilrli :, 1. ,:, 1 '" has its priced A, quick 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday

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D1e Cer.RIiH'' FkradaleCoifiiies L ap I District 8 Off St. Matthew Baptist Church Sponsors Significant Event I


"Miss Siuioi _' **ys '&& f &*r mpfstfxFK?* *... ***$:* "**>-je ? '<:. *-"V. .. .......

Drive P'F ". ..: .. ,;

it w? ....a'y.cY" .*"+' .' "
"Miss x' .A-i' :' _
WraP a h "' ..
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Also Brown, president of the :.Y:: G. i'Mf' V'' .: tJ '"i'

Floradale Improvement League ; .1,

During a special election period announces that the drive to secure "

held recently at New Stanton fire hydrants is not yet com- r- w

Senior High School, Miss Annette plete and will fall short of its goal

Madison was elected "Miss Stan- unless all residents of the area

ton" for 1956-57, receiving thelargest pay their share. He emphasizedthe

amount of some 1498 votes Nov. 15 deadline and urged _

castMiss full cooperation of all concerned. __

Madison, a senior student Persons who have not been

is active in extra-curricular activities contacted are to get in touch with

at the school, serving as the president or :Mr. Jackson.Mr. dr 4 .;

head majorette of the marching : Brown: also stated in his

band; treasurer of the student announcement that rumors about

council; a member the National the hydrants are unsound; that

Honor Society, and secretary for the hydrants have not been pur- r, J.p r. F 7 7LI' rc. ,n r
her homeroom class. To become
chased and can only be gotten
"Miss Stanton," she defeated Miss when all residents pay their

Willie M. Thomas and Miss Harriet quota. : ? r -:-

Whitsell, who were runningfor Floradale residents are reminded -

the title. of the approaching fire season x
The recent election also deter- f

mined other winners, includingMiss

Barbara A. Ayers, "Miss I Clara White Mission

Homecoming"; Miss Cecil Williams -i
"Team Sweetheart," and I Solicits VolunteersVolunteer TEX: PARTICIPANTS Th above participants are depicted in scenes from the Biblical Tea sponsored by District 8 of St. Matthews Baptist Church. The left

attendants for all winners. I photo shows left to right. Mrs. Leila Singleton. Mrs. Lydia Saxby. Mrs. Bessie George and Mrs. Louise Brown. While the right photo portrays from left. Mrs. Alberta I

The "Miss Stanton" and "'MissLoyalty" Pearson. George W. Lery Jrj Mrs. Thelma Williams and Mrs. Emma Levy. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS
workers needed by
winners crowned .
were I the Clara White Mission to aid in

in double the School ceremony auditorium last Tuesdayin with dressing unfortunate dolls children to be distributed the to Local Maiden Directs Series Of Plays Hampton Alumni Assn. My Report Card! Dancing Classes Set

during
..more than 25 students participating Yuletide Season.Preparations Has Monthly MeetThe To Be At YWCAMrs.

"Miss in Loyalty the coronation," in the person activities.of are also being For Branch Of New York YWCAMiss BY JAMES MIDDLETON Sara Solomon Lovette, an

made for needy families. October meeting of the Student at Hew Stanton Sr. instructor at S. P. Livington
Betty Ellison, was flanked by nine
Persons interested in rendering Hampton Club was held in the HigTi! SchoolI School, will instruct a sixweekscourse
attendants and "Miss Stanton" Lydia Dwight daughter of Mr..and Mr David H. Dwight
service at themjssion are askedto home of Mrs.Anneta Brooks 5312 in social dancing to be conducted
had three official attendants. the Mission Sr., life-long residents of Jacksonville who live. at 1050 W. 8th Si, just received my report card
stop by Building, Mays Drive. at the Branch YWCA 582
Music for the ceremonies was 613 W. Street will direct the "Children Theatre Players"- of-the Emma Ranson My marks don't look so good
Ashley or telephoneEL West 8th St.
furnished by the school band di- 4-4162. House YWCA New York City, in their fall presentations.Miss One important feature of the And from the way I've carried on
rected K. D. McFarlin. The meeting was the formulating of 'The classes will begin Wednesday -
by Dwight attended the local I couldn't say they should.
The regular monthly meeting of November 7 at 7 and
plans for the presentation of the p. m.
occasion followed by Coro- schools .
was a grade received her B. A.
the Clara White Mission will be Jax Beach School P-TA Choir in concert will include lessons for fox-trot
Hampton duringthe
nation held Tuesday night in
Ball Degree in drama from Florida Aand
held Nov. 2 7:30p. I told myself a dozen timesI
on Friday night : Month of February. W. P. Rhumba, mambo, tango, cha-cha
the school gymnasium. The chairman Miss White M. College, attended Fisk am nothing but a mess
m. Has Halloween EventThe Holmes, president of the club, and many other dances. Persons
is asking all members to attend. University in Nashville, Tenn.. read correspondence relating to But I prayed and asked the Lord attending are encouraged to bring
Enrolled White ob- and TV V. Workshop School in To help me do best.
Young Jaxon Miss Eartha.M. M. is Jax Beach School P-TA the planned concert and named my their dancing partners if possible.
New York. She is previously en-
serving her 80th birthday on : committees. The S. Advance registration is advised,
following
staged a Halloween Carnival on per-
Milwaukee School teacher at the
In Thursday, November 8, at 8 p. m. gaged as a group the school grounds Friday eve sons were appointed to serve: When I get another cardI as space is limited.
Melrose Center.
Day-Care
in the Mission Building. Friendsare nine. Nov. 2nd at 8 o'clock. The Joshua Williams T. A. Jackson, might not laugh so loud Additional information may be

Louis J. Mims son of :Mr. and invited to celebrate with her "'Thechildren Theatre Play-, proceeds from this affair will go William Pierce Mrs. S. Elouise But if I make some better marks obtained by calling Mrs. Hill at

Mrs. Elisha Mims 1488 W. Union on this happy, occasion. ers" will present plays geared to j to pay on the recently purchased Brooks, Mrs. Annetta Brooks and I'll thank God with a smile. the YWCA.

St, has enrolled in the Electrical entertain the "Young Set" and to,
Baldwin-Hamilton Piano. I.I Mrs. Alice Skinner, Program
provide for them an early intro-i
Engineering course for the 1956 Committee A. 'Kenneth
; Knight
WIN duction to the cultural aspects of The several booths were super-
FIVE KNIGHTS
Fall Quarter at the Milwaukee I Ticket Committee; Mrs. S. Elouise
theatre arts. I vised by the following: Fortune
.
School of Engineering.A
Miss Mozelle Bruton and
Brooks
Mrs. Lois Telfair Pies
former student of New Stan- TALENT CONTESTAT Miss Dwight wile is a resident: Telling, ; Mrs. Catherine Bold '
n, Housing
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and Cakes, Mrs. Effie Kirkland,
ton high school],Louis is a veteranof of the YWCA directed the players Committee.Miss .
ROOSEVELT SHOW"The Mrs. Cross. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs..
four years service in the U. S. in their first play, "Jack and Louvenia Solomon, 1116
Dorothy Frazier Fish and Peanuts
; .
Air Force. the Beanstalk presented on the W. Sixth St, will be hostess to the
He is among 1,600 students who 5 Knights of Brooklyn" afternoon of .October 20 in the Mrs.Reaves, Mrs. Mary Carter November 28 meeting. .

began their studies at MSOE on popular singing quintet who cap- auditorium of the YWCA 179 W. Mrs. Blanche Brown and Mrs.1 I re'sf

October L Registration reports tured the hearts of the huge audience 137th Street Hicks. Candied Apples, Miss Mar-

show that more than 600 of these and the judges won first The production has been termed jorie Terrell, Mrs. Wharton and Gives f

ale first quarter students. prize of $150 cash in the grand "highly successful," with much Mrs. Elsie Jackson. Ice Cream, Kappa Fraternity

Seventy-two freshmen and ad- finals of the Roosevelt Theatre's credit to Miss Dwight as a stage Mrs. Eunice Bennett and "Mrs.1!.!Blood To Needy Persons Fem. WORLD'S MSTEi? IIWNO
"Rock 'N Roll-Rhythm 'N Blues"Talent George. Cases of Coca-Cola will 'Vl
vanced students are attending director. I HAlt I
MSOE with scholarships awardedby Contest on stage last Friday be donated by Mrs.,Dorothy Frazier .-

Milwaukee and midwestern night In addition to the top Mrs. Glover, Mr. Felix White, I The Jacksonville Alumni Chap .wi

:Mr. George :Mr. Cross, :Mr. Bell ter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity K A11i INN
industries and the Milwaukee money, the group;: will receive auditions .
School of Engineering. These from three recording com- Wedding Bells :Mr. Johnnie Brown Mrs. Tiny recently donated two pints of I. L11 1. ,.it .

panies.In Littles and Richard Cook Princi- blood to the Brewster Mothers'Club ICU AT.I16MyS (6 Ri11a
grants totaling $30,250 providefull
or partial tuition for study in second place worth$100 in Applications Licenses for Marriage pal an auxiliary BrewsterHospital aid by till .... ...., -a)

electrical or mechanical engineering cash were the 5 Crowns.Tied for
blood fund
The reserve was
3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th were the
and technology. King Crooners, Teen Kings, the Andrew Jackson Rt 4, Box 446 Chest established last October and since Air roa n tr NuA wt= .:rt

5 Stars and 5-year-old dancer, D[ ,, age 43 and Agnes Jerry, 1438 Community that time a total of 14 pints of

Jackson St., age 39. blood have been donated by the
Ee Sure Te Vete Raymond Johnson. In 7th and 8th ---
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Geo. L. Hurt, 1052 Madison, age fraternity to needy individualsand
were the Mellowdears and Ervin Aided By Station
Kevenlrer '6 36 and Catherine Harris 1052 various organizations.Julius .
Roberts, Jr. All received cash
Madison St. age 39. Guinyard'is chairman of
awards.
Isaac Cox, 3124 Plateau St, the blood fund
More than $1,000 in prize age According to an' announcementmade fraternity reserve
DRIVE 74 and Rosa Lamber, 3124 Plateau Mrs. Iva T. and William Johnson Claude Hil-
LEARN TO money was awarded during the by Sprinkle PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"ADVERTISERS
St, age 64. Ish Brant and Earl Weaver all of liard and George B. Nairn are
15-week affair. Ken Knight M. C.
The Qikkert The whit
Robt L.Dove; 4110 Chase Ave. members of the committee.
whom the schools'effort
Wet Te Urn and Contest Director, stated that spearheaded
20 and Mary H. Epps, 1131 ---
age for the
much local talent was discovered city-wide campaign
AJAXDRIVING W. 21st St, age 21.
during the contest. Plans are in the Community ChestUnitedFund

SCHOOL underway to form a local talent Wm. A. Brown 1275 W. 4th Drive, the New Stanton
St, 43 and Lelia E. Brown,I '
age
School than
High reported more
theatres
show which will play
CALL EL 4-839 2316 San Diego Road age 32. i 1000. i.
throughout Florida and Georgia. '
Lacy W. Williams, Jr. 1650 \
George Perpeaa Frank Legree's band accompaniedthe Mrs.: Sprinkle and others con- .r
Myrtle Ave,;age 20 and Bertha L! \
1134 W. 5th Street show throughout the 15 nected with the Community Chest
Thomas, 1173, Steele Court, age
weeks. campaign were highly impressedover

19.Richard the splendid cooperation and :
Q. Jackson, 1109 West
financial assistance on the part of
31st St, age 24 and Sarah L.
the principal teachers, students r
HOWARDS Howard 5812 Geranium Road,age
and parents connected with the
21.
New Stanton Senior High School r .
Johnny M. Johnson, 1411 Madison T
COBBIISAH o St.., age 21 and Augusta Stanton was the largest amount .k 4C-s .4.

Boons 1411 Madison St. age 20. 'j > '
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from other school in wY y,+
Street reported any \
215 Laura
DCROSS SHOE Vemell Trent Jr. 1210 E. 7th
the county. Chariest Brooks, prin- 1
St, age 22 and Lucille Martin,
Open 'til 9 pjn. Mondays cipal, said. "The contributions re-
1210 E. 7th St,age 16.
ported from New Stanton repre- 1
Hawkins 4140 Etta St
Theo. ,
sents the wonderful assistance ,.
I age 21 and Susie Mae Muller,
given in this regard on the part of
1525 Johnson St, age 18.
staff, faculty, student body,
James Day Alachua, Fla, age my DUPIn "ARM TO YOU"
_. -- 25 and Margaret E. Clayton, 1944 and the parents of the,children attending FREE Big New 4-Door GRADE "AM MEDIUM SHIPPED

-." DeCottes, age 25. Stanton New family Stanton.always The attemptsto New CADILLAC SEDAN EGGS doz., in cartons 43c

Joe Woolen. 3625 Stuart St,
.. do its share for all worthwhilecauses GOLDEN CREAM STYLE .
<-;..":.. age 54 and Maylor Mitchell, 1015 Pins .100 OTHER BIG PRIZESTWO :
and what we turned in for 10c'CORN
Minnie, age 47. GE CONSOLE TV PETS large can
the Community Chest Fund only
Ernest Quarterman,Jr. 1771 W. AND 9t FOOD BASKETS VALTEX FANCY TINY WHOLE i
44th St, 27 and Lois V.Brad- reflects the attitude stressed toward Get Your FREE TICKETS at All
age giving financial aid to such Jar Meet Supers .r Jack '. less.DnagsPAIHTE.S BEETS large can lOc(
ley, 5684 Benedict Road, age 27.
aarstte Raymond Bridges 205 West causes, by the school as -whole.. PUFFIN'S Buttermilk or Sweet Milk

J.. Beaver St.. age 20 and Lena M. Moreover, I would not want to BISCUITS I tall can IQc
see any boy or girl leave this
Walden, 227 W. State St, age 18. TYKES SUGAR CREEK PURE PORK ROLL
school without having learned the
Fred D. Keaton, 1358 West 1st
; 1L95 joy and happiness that comes SAUSAGE H). 25c
St.. age 30 and Pearl L. Dawson,
from giving vto help others and I LYKES SUGAR CREEK ALL MEATWIENERS
1391 W. 1st St. age,30.
.. Donald Israel 549' Nixon St., can say with, good deal of pride I cello pkg. :29cU. ;
that the majority of our'students !
age 17 and Annie N. Jones 1210 S. No. 1 WHITE -
both service and
welcome to give
W. 4th.St, age 16. FLA. GRADE "A" Limit 3FRYERS POTATOES 10" & 29c
: every busy'day' Wilbert Knighton 1190 W.22nd aid to.any cause that is meant to s.
human beings. Ib. 25c .
fellow
help CAMPBELL'S :
24'and Goodson
V St, age Margie ,
.:.with every easy. step Vo11., 'love it even, morel! UfO W. 22nd St, age 30. ,Frederick Richardson, president Wo:Abo F.ot.ro WEBER'S G.. Gr. A Stfcyoa1 Pottery TOMATO SOUP 3 1ge. cans 29c :
Student Council at
Almeda 'of' the
1030 St,
Otis McCray
., GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN TOMTURKEYS :
Daise 1146, New Stanton recentlYmade a per- GENUINE HICKORY SMOKED
age 23 and Mercedese ,
b.
39c ;
sonal to students and other HAMS b. 39c ,
appeal
0.... Acce..hCOLORS E. 1st St, age 21 ,
Wekome. Bhck Swd Willie J. Fluker. 1836 Voorhies: members of,the school's community Butt ., S>...k Portia U to i l'8-lbs. ArtraM

'. S UM Oar "Lcy-Awoy HOBOT C.H'Wktro .'I Road age 22 and Clara J. Butler, to help with the cause of the % or Whole for Fancy Baking Ib.49c BREAD reg. size loaf. 19c
.... > CoM Community Chest campaign.The .
18.
632 Crestwood St.age: .
I .' .- tYKES SUGAR CREEK FANCY SLICED SOUTHERN DAIRIES ASSORTED FLAVORS
4_"' Lenox Crummell, 1551 W. 5tt students joined in to help

iTUt pro**!Nt is toM.das MfcoUviM wUfc TW Aric NafioMl tJ.C10 j St, age.24.and Willie N.. Butler,, in every way to make the success BREAKFAST BACON ]b. 49c. I I ICE CREAM gallon 59c

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t.I. har' THE FLOAWA STA*' Saturday, November 3. 19S6

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Central CME Host To Florida Annual CME Conference



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r: Firty-eigklfa! Session h Progress I Jacksonville Has Outstanding Visitors I Activities AnnouncedBy St.. Philips Church I


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BazaarAt
V Evergreen BaptistSunday Sponsors

Uwier Bishop J. Claide Allen p .' ))/: '\ .,.:" -' aCi worship_ service at Wilder CenterThe


Church will be
Evergreen Baptist

Central Metropolitan CME Church is host. to the Forty-eight i' conducted by the Rev. Mr. Wil- various organizations of St

session of the Florida Annual Conference of The Christian Methodist i 'tt/ :: : liam M. Hill, pastor of Mt. Cal- Philip's Episcopal Church are
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i". Episcopal Church which at present convening in Jacksonville vary Baptist Church. The service sponsoring a bazaar at Wilder

1- which will continue through Nov. 4. will begin Sunday, November 4, Recreation Center November 14- .

,':. The convention was launched + ,. at 3 p. m. and the Rev. Mr. Hill 15, and are giving away a portable
Tuesday Oct. 30, with Holy Com- Missionary Institute,, morning will be accompanied by Choir and television set as a door prize.

munion services with Bishop J. medidation conducted by Bishop Usher Board 2. Dr. J. E. Bush has been electedto

Claude Allen serving as Celebrant Allen, conference business an ad- : : The Rev. Mr. H. H. Wright is serve as chairman of the activ-

The annual roll call was dress by Bishop John Branscomb ,z y pastor of Evergreen Baptist and ity and will be assisted by officers

made at the end of the service.A and inspirational hour conductedby announces a meeting of District and members of the Parish Board.

A breakfast was held Wednes- the Rev. H. W. Evans. An of- 4 Sunday at 4 p. mn in the homeof
The
day morning from 7:30: to 8:15 fering was taken for Miles' Col- Mrs. Lillie M. Paige, 732 W. following members will

o'clock, followed by a workshop lege during the Thursday evening Duval St, and District 6 at the represent the respective organizations .

directed by Dr. Joseph A. John program. home of Mr. & Mrs. P. Shin on listed: Mrs. Bculah Hughes,

son. Devotion was led by the Rev. The "Grand Expansion March"was Spruce Street. Women's Auxiliary; Mrs. Marie

Mr. T. H. Bryant the Rev. Mr. W. held Friday under the direc- The Rev. Mr. Wright has requested Stewart, Daughters of The King;

R. Johnson and the Rev.-Mr. J. the Mrs. Cora Ross Delaney Guild;
tion of Bishop and the presi- H. members of his congregation -
Alonzo Davis, Men's Guild
W. Jackson and Bishop J. Claude dent of the Women's Missionary and Choir 3 to accompanyhim ; Mrs.

I Allen conducted. morning medita- Society. The sermon.was delivered a to Bethel Baptist Church, Blanche Johnstone SL Alary'sGuild
tion. A business session held the Rev. Mr. J. L. 3i. ; Mrs. Lucy. Sams presidentof
;, was by Long- Southside. the Rev. Mr. S. Love,
k at 11:45 a. m. with the Rev. Mr. mire. pastor, on Friday, Nov. 9. the choir; Frank Chatman.Boys' .
Robert Wilson president of the Ordination Sermon and Service Group; and. Mrs. Ruth
fV Smith, Jane Cornell Guild.
.. International Ministerial Alliance will be held Saturday morning ?

bringing greetings to the group. Nov..3, with Bishop Allen con- Second Baptist Some of the bazaar features
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An inspirational hour was held ducting the service. WrV+ :m M g will be a country store, dinners,

with devotion conducted by the Sunday' morning worship will a Church Announces dancing a fancy table an auction

Rev. Mr. Ollie Barr the Rev. Mr. mark the close.of the conference. f booth, a fishing'pond and a wish.

J. B. Bright and Mr. W. W. Gary. Bishop B. Julian Smith of the Anniversary Plans .ing well. --

The Rev. Mr. H. W. Evans delivered Eighth Episcopal District CME I

the sermon. Visitors were Church will deliver the sermon. IN CITY FOR CONFERENCE-Noted personalities visiting Jacksonville during the Florida Annual Plans are underway in Second

introduced during this session. One of the main features of the Conference of the CME Church include the individuals pictured above. Reading from left to right: Baptist Church' for the dual anniversary -
COME OUT .
During the evening service conference was the meeting of the The Right Rev. and Mrs. J. Claude Allen (Presiding Bishop. )'and Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Bell from Miles of the church and pastor -
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-- Wednesday. Mr. Charles D. Missionary Society of the Florida College. Birmingham. Alabama. I the Rev. Mr. K. D. Britt. The To" BEAUTIFUL

L Brooks, Jr., of New Stanton High Annual Conference and the Youth celebration will be held from Nov.

School brought greetings to the Cultural Hour.Activities 4 thru 12 and will mark the 107th MAGNOLIAGARDENS

group and the Stanto-Musi-Cho Abyssinia District First Corinth Pastor Zion Hope Baptist anniversary of the church, whichwas

: V furnished music for ,the occasion, organized 'in 1849 and the

VV directed by Mrs. E. M. Espy. De- AnnouncedAt Plans AnniversaryDistrict Announces Activities Plan 27th anniversary of Rev. Britt as

votion was conducted by the Rev. Emanuel BaptistA AnniversaryFor pastor. The church was once con- And Inspect

Mr. E. D. Simmons, R. W. Spearman 9 of Abyssinia Baptist The: deacons of First Corinth nected with the First Baptist The New Homes

W. A. Jones and J. L. Russ. Church will observe its 15th'' an- Baptist Church will be in chargeof District ThreeThe Church (white) of this city.
Silver Tea will be held in Now Built
Being
Thursday's session consisted of niversary Nov. 19th at 8 p. m. in the Sunday morning worship The Rev. Mr. Britt began his

the Pastors' School Laymen's and Emanuel Baptist Church Sunday the auditorium of the church. service according to announce- pastoral duties at the church in
Nov. 4, from 4 to 6 m. anniversary celebration of Two or Three
p.
Some of the most talented
city's 1929 and has served
ment by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. District 3 of Zion Hope Baptist continuouslyup
The event will be staged in the
personalities will appear on the W. L. Jones. to the present time and within Bedroom Homes
i basement of the church, with an Church will be staged on Sunday,
program. Those appearing are The services will be a" few years the congregation was Concrete
precededby Block
Nov.
Male Chorus Set planned for 11, 2:30 p. nx, in the church
appropriate
program Mrs. Lavern Washington, Mrs. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. auditorium. moved from basement of churchto
the entertainment of attending and Brick Homes
persons -
Gwendolyn Hatton Miss Yvonne auditorium.: He min-
under the supervision of John Music for the occasion will be new now
For the tea. Quick Choir 3 of St. John Baptist Dorsey. The morning worship will furnished isters to more than 3,000 membersof Monthly Mortgage
AnniversaryThe by the male chorus of
Districts 2 4 and 5 of Emanuel
Church, the Heavenly Fire Gos-
< begin at 11:15 o'clock with the the church. the church and hosts of visitors.
Baptist will meet at 3 p. m. Sun- pel Singers, the Heavenly Echoes, pastor delivering the sermon. The church organization is comprised PAYMENTS
Participating bn the planned
in the basement of the
Abyssinia Male Chorus will day church. Mrs. Edna Jackson and others. The deacons will also conduct program will be Mrs. Rosa Step- of a deacon board a trus- Start as Low as

celebrate its fourth anniversary Mrs. Viola McTear serves as evening services, which begin at. henson tee board, two deaconess boards
Mrs. Daisy Kelsey, Mrs.
$42.31
District 6 will meet Sunday at PER MONTHand
V night. the.. the general chairman of the program and four choirs. Other outstand-
Monday in auditorium 6:45 o'clock and will be highlighted I Ona Lee Myrick, Mrs. Josie Bell
3 in the home of Mrs: Eugene
of the church at Union and De- pm. committee. The entire pro- by a sermon from the pastor of! Wilkerson The Golden Voices, ing auxiliaries include two usher up
Sanders 342 Goodwin St
witt Streets at 8. gram will be announced later. the church. Deacon boards, one children's board two According to the Type
W. R.
District 11 will meet Sunday at McNeil Frank
Plan You
Serving as master of ceremonies The McCall Gospel Singers will I Hampton Charlie Seay missionary societies 'a pulpit Choose
: 3 p. In. in the home of Mrs. Virginia George
will be C. Parham Johnson present an after-service recital in board, and a Sunday School De-
MAGNOLIA
Barlow 612 Court F. JoiltversarFor Smith L. B. Walker, the Rev. Mr. GARDEN
; serving choir. will be. the District 12 will meet Sunday at J the auditorium'of the church be- A. Gaines and several others who partment which is properly or- HOMESHave
Tabernacle Male Chorus and ginning at 8 o'clock. ganized and which sponsors annually
will be named at a later date. '
3 m. in the home of Mr. and
guest group will be the Zion p. Jerusalem, Choir and Usher Board 2 will a Vacation Bible School the Following
Mrs. J. B. Harris, 1068 W. Duval
Hope Male Chorus. serve throughout the day. The Baptist Training Union Special Features and

The Rev. W. E.Young of Tabernacle St. The pastor also announces Shiloh i which is efficiently staffed. Conveniences '
District 14 will meet Sunday at A joint anniversary celebrationwill Baptist Plans
Baptist Church will deliver of Districts Arrangements for the celebra-
meetings 4 and 8 at
3 p. m. in the home of Henry But- begin in Jerusalem Baptist Asphalt Tile or Oak
r the anniversary sermonette. 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. E. "Old Fashioned Revival"An tion are under the direction of
ler, 2040 W. 15th St Church, eastside, Nov. 5 and con- Floors
Guest soloist is Miss Louise Fra- tinue through Nov. 15th. The oc- Crawford, 1017 W. 24th St.; and Mr. Silas McKinney a deaconof e Carports

I ..-: ley of Abyssinia. Appearing on casion will mark the 34th Anniversary District 5 at 3 p. m. in the homeof "Old Fashioned Revival the church. S Patios _

I the program will be the St. Step- Jr. Women's Society ,of the church and the 9th Mrs. Mary Bell Foreshee 922 Hour" will be held in Shiloh Noted personalities scheduledto Large Landscaped Lots
': hen Male Chorus, the Little Rock Madison StreetCommunion appear on the program includethe S Factory Finished Cabinets
Anniversary of the Rev. Mr. J. F. Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1118
Of Second
f. Baptist Male..Chorus, the Zion Baptist Manning as pastor.A W. Beaver St. Sunday Nov. 18, Rev. T. B. Collier of Orlando Hot Water Heaters
Hope Female Chorus. Miss Barbara and the Rev. Mr. Cyrus A. Wea- Space Heaters
Meeting. series of programs will be at 3p.i.
Jean Hitt. Mrs. Lucile Bell Postpone ServiceTo ver of this city. The Rev. Collier Tile Bathrooms
presented, ''with the following The worship services will be
the Norfolk Four the Master pastors the Shiloh Baptist Churchin Exhaust Fans
ministers participating: The Rev. conducted by Mrs. Edna H. Jack-
Keys Mrs Nmzell Clark and The regular business meetingsof Be Held SundayAt Orlando and is a member of Concrete Drive Strips
Mr. T.' E. Nelson of Bethlehem son, a member of the church, whois
I. others. Usher Boards I and 2 of the Junior Women's Missionary the national board. He will de- e .NO SEPTIC TANKS
Baptist; The Rev. Mr. S. Andrewsof First also responsible for the plan
of Second Church Baptist.
Abyssinia will serve. Society Baptist liver sermons on Sunday Nov. 11. Complete Water Treatment
New Mt. Zion the Rev. ning of the Several
Baptist; program.
Supporting this program are the has been postponed, and will not The Rev. Weaver will conduct Plant and Sewage
Mr.H.Edwards of St.Joseph Bap- soloists choral groups and choirs
.. Rev. B. 1. Wynn pastor Miss meet again until November 19th, Communion services will be pastoral and closing services Mon- Disposal System
tist the Rev. Mr. S. of throughout the will -
; Liprot city participate .
Evelyn Johnson, chairman of the at which time plans for distributing conducted at First Baptist Church day'' night Nov. 12, which he has Walking Distance to
Treemont Baptist the Rev. Mr. D. on the .
; program.Women's
..: Program committee and Deacon Thanksgiving baskets and Sunday during the evening wor- done traditionally for several Schools
A. K. Kelly president hearing of association expressionswill L. Wilkerson of St. Paul Taber- ship at 5 p. m. by the pastor,.the years. C County School BusS
nacle Baptist the Rev. Mr. Char- p AH
i be held. ; Rev. J. C. Sams and the deaconsof Other committees assisting in County Approved
les Crosby of Mt Pleasant Bap- ObservedAt Paved Roads
1PATRONIZE The meeting was postponed .because the church. Day preparations for the anniversaryfete
tist; the Rev.: Mr. W. L. Bell of S City Bus Service
of three scheduled events
The day's activities'will begin Ward Chapel AME are: D. R. Taylor, Finance
Ephesian Baptist;; the Rev. Mack City Mail Delivery
which will warrent the participation -
with Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Deacon; David Rountree, Pro .
Florida StarAdvertisers of,all members. The Trowell of $t. Luke Baptist; the Spacious Rooms
society
with G.W. Scott and E.Thompsonin gram; Timothy Jenkins K. Thomas
Rev. Mr. B. L. Wynn of Abyssinia Women's Day will be observedat Pick the Home of Your
members urged to attend the
are charge. The lesson will be reviewed Robert Givins, Joseph Sanders -
church anniversary.This Baptist; and the. Rev.. Mr J. L. Ward Chapel AME Church Choice Now Before
: by the pastor. George Walker Alexander
Davis of Mt Canaan Baptist. The Sunday Nov. 4, at 3 p. m. They Are All Sold
Morning worship at 10:30: with Heard, F. Henry Williams, and
ministers will be accompanied by Mrs. Sarah Scott Stewart wife
consecration. The morning mes- Bishop Smith Lights. Mrs. Al-
: week's quote:' The. summer slack period is about ever mud were their respective congregations and of President W. B. Stewart will MAGNOLIAImprovemelll
HOW ....1."; iIIt..the fall sl...,." Oar Mister Fred, ill order toke choirs. sage will be delivered by the pas I be the guest speaker. berta J. Williams is public rela-
the above statemeat Joke insteod .f a reality b.realty tor. Choirs 1 and 2 and Usher tions secretary.
The final session scheduled for Mrs.
I
Amy King will
blasting prices this week-see below Boards 1 and 2 will serve thru- presideover
Nov. 15, will include an "Appre the and
,* Rusted from NorfolkGOLDEN out the day. program the wo

SPOTS ........ .... lb. 29c ciation Program" The BYPU planning committeewill men's chorus of Edward Waters FLORIDA STAR Corp.

=, MEDIUM MULLET ................ ....... lb. 20c meet in.the library Sunday at .College will furnish music. The
: 4 chorus is under the direction of IN 2478 W. Edgewood
EVERY
FANCY SILVER DRUM.A.-.Ib.25e Stagers PrepareFor p. m. Mrs. Ruth Gregg.

FRESH STEAMBOAT WHITING .,-.M ........lb. 25c Mrs. A. K. Stevens is general COLORED HOME Phone PO 5-2614

RED SNAPPER .............. .....lb. 5Sclb. Anniversary NightingalesSuwanees chairman of the activity and Mrs.

:. SPECKLED TROUT :....... ......... 49c J. B. Epperson is co-chairman.
V Set Concert Nov. 19A ,
,
:V .....leuf' T
The Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers .
I SNAPPER. FILLET ....:.... .. ....lb.59c Georgia. .
celebrate their anniversary in
f GREEN FLORIDA LOBSTERS ....-.. ..........lb. 49c the:Elks.Auditorium, 712 W. 'Du joint concert will be held in The singers are noted for their The Liiile Things

:CATFISH .........,......,........ ......lb. 49c val St. Sunday, Nov. 11 at 9 p. m. the Elks Auditorium 712 W. Du- exceptional arrangements of gospel

rr FLOUNDER _. .. ....._........._........._lb. 25c | This program has been care- val Street by the Nightingale songs and have scheduled That Count
Singers of Philadelphia Pa. and their concert for Sunday evening,
t. For Tfc.t M..adhust.v fully arranged and many partici- ,
the Suwannee Quintet of Augusta November 18, at 9 p. In.CHAMPIOII'S .
STANDARD OYSTERS..pt98c; pants have consented to appear. 1

t < Among them are the McCall Singers t Counties.little& details make up the modem,
SPANISH MACKEREL:..; .........lb. 35c
;.. 5 Johnson and Johnson Singers smooth-functioning; f..erel I serrice. Each of

I =/ CLAW CRAB MEAT. ........_. ,.......lb. 89ct. Miss Essie Mae Scott, Mrs. them is .handled by us with particular care,

'ALUMINUM CRAB SHELLS ....... .... ..:...... dz. 30c Ethel Davenport Bannister, the vY for unimportant as each one may seem i.!
I TN Reol """ct., : Mt Ararat Quintet.Sons of Prayer Factory Outlet itself, collectively they make the difference

\!: CHA SHELLS ..........._..........:.p. .*....... dz.35c Sons of Jubilee Gospel Crusaders MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR r .,, t between a satisfactory, consoling service and

kVVJUMBO SHRIMP ..................".::.... ..1b.89c Gospel Echoes the Latti-* one which adds to the burden. Our staff Ist.d
more Singers and others who will to assume every responsibility,
so as
I f: SPECIAL WHITE ROE MELD ......... ... .lb. 25c to' lighten much
be announced later as as hamaaly possible the
; Old Time. Salted in Brine Over a' period of years Mrs French Flannel Dress Pants /. $3.98 difficulties of the family.

MULLET ROE ......... ..........................lb. 89c
Gussie Paige has played a very 100% VIRGIN ORION
V: .SALT COD Mb. Cello\ PkgImported -Per Pkg. 69c prominent in the .
I part anniversary Sleeve Sweaters $4.98 Hitaes
: .y. Scotch observance of the 'Heavenly Tire i Long v'_ a.d.West. Funeral Home

,;.-,,. KIPPERED HERRING .... >..... 8-oz. Pkg.-Pkg. 21c Singers, and she will be present Large White Handkerchiefs 12-for $1.00 W. P. Holmes, Jr. Directors Alphonso West

t l t .SALT HERRING. .. ....._. ...... lb. 45c again this year. Others,playing a

major part on the program are I Gabardine Jackets. . $3.98 Telephone PO 5-1641
? ; THE SEAFOOD CENTER Milton Hood; and,Deacon Melvin
Grace.. I 2719 W. Edgewood Avenue Magnolia Gardens

"- Myrtle Ave. and Adams Phone EL 41468 There are two .out of 'town I 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL (-1116gr. 24-Hour- Ambulance Service Off-Street Parking

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November 3, 1956 THE fLORIDA STAR PdO Erie;



I State Supreme Court Rules On Granting -,





,Opinion ReaieredBfJasiiceReberls
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The question of whether a pris- 1

oner should be, released on bail *

after being convicted and then :

appealing his sentence to a higher T :
court wag the issue on which the o
Florida Supreme Court ruled recently ;

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Last week the Court set forth a

"standard of judicial action" for

judges to follow in action spring-

ing from two Dade County cases a 'S.g 55R. .
In which Judge Ben C. Willard 'S .: ad
denied applications for baiL One 5$
555 .
case involved a former Miami ; w

police officer, Samuel A. Young-
hans, who was sentenced to a A Up or the Pipit Cap te
.4 J ( S 4 these enUU dlB *
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year in jail for accepting $7 froma
i Americans, whe make au
"known pervert" to let the jris- (.onlry and ear c.......,
oner go free. The other was a a bitter piau la whlrh te U...

breaking and entering case a-
Carl Jefferson Jr. t r .
gainst Birge,
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in which he was convictedSupreme
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Court Justice B. K. : ; Q. )I['
Roberts rendered the that
opinion 55 55
bail is "not a matter of right but 5 55 555o *

rests.In the sound judicial discre- '*

tion of the trial court." He quoteda
*
U S. Supreme Court opinion 'f ,3 YS
stating that if an appeal is taken I *

merely for delay then bail shouldbe S *

refused and the trial judge
should consider the character of : : 1 I *
I "n_'_'_ ._n.n _non'_n'_______'___'n''__n._ .
the case, the trial and assign- l
.ments of errorm in deciding if an! PRESIDENT, JAX President and Mrs. Eisenhower are seen in the top photo with Gen. Van Fleet (ReL) together with !
Eisenhower leaden during his visit here last week. Mayor Haydon Burns is seen behind Ike and Mamie. Scene at left shows
appeal is "frivolous. He stated *
also that if there are indicationsthe see the President. Photo at bottom shows F. Henry Williams (circled). top Negro Republican former Duval Secretary who was not on

accused will forfeit his bond In working press section. *

and evade punishment should the ROOSEVELT LOCKLEY *

,higher court affirm his sentence, Sunday Services JOINT ANNIVERSARY WHITES ENDANGERING INTEGRATION SUIT Matthew W. Gilbert *
the trial judge authorized to High School

deny baiL At Little RockThe .ANTIOCH BAPTISTThe THEIR OWN FREEDOM TO FEDERAL COURTThe Pepsi-Cola dealers salute *
"In addition to the question Roosevelt Locklejr. member *
SAYS of senior class. He is
ROY WILKINSRoy
whether the appeal is taken in Palm president of his homeroom -
Rev. Mr. W. C. Mitchell Beach County School
Rev. Mr H. T. Overstreetof class and a member *
faith
the trial might
good judge
pastor of Little Rock Baptist Church will Board went into Federal Court: of the concert and march-
consider (1) the habits of the in- ML Tabor Baptist Wilkins, Executive Secre- i ing bands. *
services for with its
Church, announces recently arguments on
dividual as to respect for the law, Sunday, November 4, deliver the annual sermon at tary of the NAACP told an audi- motive to dismiss an integrationsuit 1 .
(2) his local attachments-to the Antioch Baptist Church Monday ence at the 17th Annual Florida I
School at 9:30 '- filed test of Florida's
Sunday begins : as a new
community, by way of family and will be followed by regular night, November 5, at 8 o'clock. State Conference of NAACP pupil assignment law. 1 ..*' *. *. *.. *
ties business investments the The occasion marks ,the joint an-
(3) Sunday morning worship services.An Branches, that southern whites A West Palm Beach Negro citizen -
severity of the punishment imposed niversary of the Pulpit and Pastor opposing integration are endangering -
'
after-service rmecital will William Holland, charged the
for the offense{, and any feature Miss Linda EzelL. under Aid boards of the church. their own freedom of board applied the law arbitrarilyin
The.Rev. Overstreet will be ac-
ciriumstancesrelevant to
other
the sponsorship of the W. C. thought and speech denying his son, William, Jr., '
the question of whether the per- ccompanied by his congregationand He stated further, his speech
Mitchell Club.Communion. 6, admittance to the white North- I
son would be tempted to remove services will beginat choirs. that he thinks many Southern boro schooL c
himself from the jurisdiction of whites are not in favor of "what '
4:30: p. m. with the pastor con- The board claims it denied the S
the court," Roberts said, ducting the services. fth the loud-mouths are saying and boy enrollment because he was a ,,
Judge Roberts also suggestedthat VOTE NOVEMBER : what the hoodlums and mobstersare of school n
The No. 1 choir and usher board resident Pleasant City
when a trial Judge denies will serve throughout the day Be Sure doing." ,But, he said the opin- area which is a Negro schooL :i:55:
',bail to a convictsed prisoner he ions of Southern whites about racial Holland contended that the HORSEBACK"A

(should state his reasons for doingso YourEditorial To Write In issues are being'suppressed"because Pleasant-Northboro district is a

since they "should be sound of a widespread desire to means of continuing segregation.

,and" they should be clearly_ stat- Page E. D. JACKSON "conform to the prevailing pat- :
.eeL' Speaks for Progress tern. He claimed that Southern ; i

newspapers have ignored the sit- Fraternal NotesThe ROSALAND MAKTIN

uation, "and are filled with child Matthew W. Gilbert
ishness on the race question." Grand Union Pallbearers High School

Wilkins comments concerningthe Lodge 224 will meet Monday Rosaland Is outstanding at

WAREHOUSE STOCK SALE! white man's opposition to in- night, November 5,. at 7:30: p. m.. service Gilbert to for the her School creditable Pm-'
tegration based on their stand on in Walters Memorial A. M. E. ; trot where she holds the
rank of First Lieutenant.
ON DELUXE differences in races, in part are: Zion Church, Madison and First She Is a member of Ml.

"They say Negroes Have, a different Streets. AU members are askedto bs, ; Olive AME Church

Florence Gas Range culture they have ex- visit the sick. Mrs. Essie M. ;
cluded us from such culture as Campbell is the president. *, *

they have since Smancipation. .

TRADE IN $40.00 WITH UP TON They say Negroes can't learn *
boys and girls who have been Day Spring BaptistTo ley ; *

YOUR PRESENT STOVE! cheated of schooling for nearly 90 Conduct Revival *
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Down
No Money years are supposed'over night to
be the equal of those who have if
TRADE-IN
YOUR Revival services will begin in
WILL DO been given the best training avail- *
able." Day Spring Baptist Church, Sun- _
.
Regarding campaigns for inte- day, Nov. 11 during the morning H x. if

gration by non-violent means, worship with the Rev. George E. ; ? ; ifit
Wilkins declared it has not been Weaver pastor -of First Baptist '

successful because of the outcomeof Church of Hendersonville, S. C.

bus segregation cases in Montgomery delivering sermons.

r Ala, and Tallahassee.He "Everybody's Revival Cam- er if
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will be conducted with the ,
'added, "They don't:want us paign" W
to use either violence or non- Roberta Martin Singers of Chi-
y violence The answer is they just cago, Ill. who will be supportedby HAROLD HOLMES if'if
TO TOO-IF Matthew W. Gilbert "
the 160-voice choir of the
: NOW .. want us to take it-but that dayis Higb'SchooiHe
.>, _55 YOU ACT over. Even in the old days they church, Mrs. Ruby Benthone,
Is member of the senior *
-i Sammie L. Davis and C Barnes
had revolts by people who didn'twant
tank; oi qas class: drum major of
2100bS.) to be slaves." Fisher at the instruments. The the marching band and a *
}
S large bam' or tut- Wilkins address was made at Rev. George E. Weaver who will member of the concert 'if
and a
band. His religious affiliation --
deliver the sermons is the nephewof -
i.key the closinlg session of the ,confer- .
tOld custO is with the St. Joseph '
Creel n ence. the Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver. Methodist Church. *

eribrina a new CU5" The regular order of service ".
will prevail Sunday. The Lord's --
tome to our store per- St. Luke's Choir Sets Supper will be administered dur- A .* *

and receive a ing the evening worship. Testi- .. .-..-..... _i
sonallY Annual Fall MusicaleThe monial service will be conductedby
turkeY.9S. Ceagratvlatio ,,.. Pepsi
ham or the pastor a 1-the 11 a. m. wor-
tree .
Cete t* these three ,Marl
FOR AS LOW ASS Annual Fall Musicale, ship hour. All senior choirs will tola Aw.r4 wium!
serve at both major services.
sponsored by Choir No. 1 of St. List. t* Pepsi Merit Award
Luke's Baptist Church will fea- Usher Board 1 will serve. tehrtatieM. .. Pepsi c...
W1HC, 14M
THM-TIME
I IT ture Mrs. Elzena Western.
J .. Y." .ial, s..eys I' -
The affair is scheduled for Monday 11 A.M.

$ Nov. 12; at 8 o'clock. RITZ

'. Mrs. Louise Whitaker is presi-
dent of the choir and Miss Maggie
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 THRU
AND YOUR Armstrong is director. FIRST

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: ;.j ':News Of Interest' From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida



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PutRamBT County News C8IItral AcadeMy Fisk Uiiversily


E. J. VRSM ,HitWitMS Frexj Pisses WELCOME TO TALLAHASSEE

Set Madison Sireet. PtkI L Florid
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Phone East S-39S5 By Warren Howell _
The Booklovers Club FAMU ALUMNI FRIENDS MB VISITORSFor
.. at C. A. LOUISVILLE Ky. Dr. Char-
held a ,meeting Tuesday which les S. Johnson, president of Fisk
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
new officers The Annual Game
were elected. Offi- Homecoming
University died here of heart
Talk often but never long. a
elected for the lfidff-57
,: cers term

Lad week Mrs. Lorene Waters was our guest at the-movies. are..IL Canty president; G. Wil- attack The internationally last Saturday night.known edu- Florida A & M U vs North Carolina A & T
liams and O. M. Isom
Mrs. Waters has in her employment as clerk Miss Della Mae Cherry. vice-presi cator, sociologist and author was .

This week we are inviting a dents; E. Hines secretary; A. M. stricken in Union Station and

young Matron who lives very Faggett of Fla. A&M Universitywere Johnson, assistant secretary; F. pronounced dead on arrival at .

close to Central Academy High in Palatka last week attending Deborse treasurer; R. Johnson, Louisville' General HospitalDr.

SchooL She is a very important the Florida State English M. Judson, and F. Williams, re- Johnson, who was 63, had

factor in Central Academy High Teachers Council They were the porters; T. Coakley and G. Oliver left the train to purchase a news-

School She has a very fine hus- house guests of Mrs. R. R. Rags- chaplains; B. T. Williams busi- paper and .was returning to his "

band and a cute little son. I am dale. ness manager. ,Mrs. G. L. Longs car when he collapsed. He was en \ M

. sure she will.be surprised to re- and Mrs. R. P. Williams are in route to New York City from

ceive this invitation. Before com- charge of the club. Nashville, Tenn.. to attend a
Mr. and Mrs. Howard had as a:
ing to Palatka a. few years ago meeting of the Fisk trustee board.
abe and her husband lived in their house guests recently their The advance typing class pub- Members of the family said he

Jacksonville. I will give her two daughter, Mrs. Valaree Campbell lished its first edition of the was in apparent good health when W'L1-II
Pearcy, and her two small chil
passes to the movies. school paper. They selected Miss he left Nashville. He had no prev-
dren. Their many friends were Marion Pinkston, a junior, as student ious history of heart trouble. '

:Come to Calvary Monday nite, glad to see them. of the month. They also selected Funeral services were held

Nov. 5, where you, will see and Mrs. Carol Taylor as teacher Wednesday in the Fisk University 4 M y

hear the beauticians of Ocala in a Professor and Mrs.H.H Wright of the month. Chapel, in Nashville, with the Bragg a 'r q wa ,

a song recitaL Don't miss seeing had as their house guests last Rev. William J. Faulkner of Chi- "

and hearing this group. No ad- week-end Miss O. B McLen of St. The student body of C. A. has cago, former dean of the chapelof : Kickoff

mission charge. Petersburg. Florida and Mrs..L chosen by popular vote Miss the university; Dr. Thomas Stadium\

Dayler of Sar.UOU. Doris Pinkston as "Miss C." AMiss ." Elsa Jones former Fisk president;

,. Mrs. Mattie Johnson had as her Chemitine Powell and Miss Dr. Fred L. Brownlee, former pro- '>* Time

house guests last week-end Miss Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hines hadas Oral Bell Johnson as her attend- vost and Dr. William Lloyd Imes, Nov. 3rd v

Ollie McCoy and Mrs. Grace Wiggins their_ house guest recently Mrs. ants; Miss. Marion Pinkston as chapel dean,officiating.Dr. .

of West Palm Beach Florida. N. Brown of FAMU, Tallahassee, "Miss 'Homecoming and Miss Johnson was elected presi- fl M 2:30
Florida. Shirley Sheppard as "Miss Foot dent of Fisk University in 1946, 1956 p.m.
t
; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pearcy ball. .. the first Negro to serve the noted :

spent the week-end in Palatka institution in that capacity. He
:The many friends,of Mrs. Alice The Euclidean Math Club held R
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mercer had been associated with Fisk
-- uncle and aunt of Mrs. Norwood will be glad to know its regular meeting recently and since 1928 as director of the Social a : r ec .JyF.
e
Pearcy. that she is convalescing after made plans for their coming in- Science Department and Professorof

; being injured in an automobile duction dad the social that fol Sociology. ,, ap

'" accident two weeks,ago. lows. As of Dr. John- "
Mrs. Rosa Clarke hadas her president Fisk ,

house guests last week Mrs. L. son brought the university to a I : 4jEft. ,',

Simmons 'and Mr. T. Papine of Mrs. Martha Hill was called to The NJLA. held its regular position of national and interna- f Ct r O.3t" .

MiamL Cross City Saturday because of meeting Tuesday. During the first tional eminence.This was his cen-

the illness of her sister. Mrs. Hill six weeks of school Mrs. C.Taylor tral interest in life.Calantfce's.

Thomas Hutchinson-. is in returned home Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Asia began to organizethe r

the city for a few days visiting NJLA. Club which was car-
his parents after completing his ried on by Mrs. L. N. Osgood. Court TOWERING FAMU FLANKMAN This towering flankman is
I Mrs.. Mary L. Brooks of Talla- Zeke "
basic trailing at Parris Island, Burrows a 6? 195-pound senior end from Miami. Zeke was
hassee was the guest of Mrs. Cro- the recent winner of the Lineman of the Week" award at FloridaA
South Carolina. The football of the
, well last week. big game Will I Be Hosts and M University
season at C. A. was played Friday

Mr and Mrs. Herbert Brewer night between C. A. and Daytonafor In the of
spirit goodwill and
cooperation the firms listed
had as their house guest over the Mrs. D. R. Newton of Miami the Homecoming. The Home- To State Heel

week end Mrs. L. B. Hart of was the recent house guest. of Mrs. coming brought about plenty of below join in the effort to promote clean sportsmanship among

Miami. Eartha Collins. excitement with the coronation of two of the great educational institutions which are dedicatedto
Tallahassee = The Calenthes
"Miss C. A."; the big parade in i Court No. 4 of the Knights of preparing young men and women for good citizenship.

Mrs. :Ruth Walker spent last Mrs. Bertha Norwood had as which floats was entered by the I Pythias will serve as hostess to
week-end In Jacksonville visiting classes clubs and organizationsof
her guests last week Mrs. S. Epps the State Calenthes and Pythians \

friend and Mrs. M. Evans of Miami the city. Three bands along when the Grand Lodge convenes Best Wishes Best Wishes
with cars and floats headed the
in this city next spring.
Airman P. F. C. David Lemonis parade.Mr. .
Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norris hadas The lodge composed of wives,
sister
in visiting his
their house guests last week daughters and mothers of ,Py CAMPUS CLEANERS ECONOMYDRUG
and other relatives. His
many H. H. Wright along with
thian serves as an auxiliary
Miss C. B. McFadgon and Miss A groupto
friends are glad to see him.
Mrs. H. Long attended the leadership
the Charles Sumner Lodge and
Braynon of Miami. "We Clean Clothes Clean"Phone
conference at Bethune-Cook- performs the same duties in its STORE
Professor Lampkins and Dr.
man College at Daytona Beach. ranks as their brother Pythians
Mrs. Hazel Davis,of Miami and 2-0253
Miss D. M. Harris of Ft. Lauderdale perform.. Prescriptions Sundries .Fountain
Officers of the local group are:
were in Palatka last week as WOBSPROGRAM 312 WEST'PERSHING STREET
Mrs. Mannie Strong. Worthy
I the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. .. PHONE 2-1965
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20 SECONDSColumbia



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Edward Waters Tigers In Last Home Game Saturday



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Edward Wafers. College Prodices Chosen Back Of Weekr I Playgroind Plus Wilder Athletic Us Stand AboutSegregation



Its Greatest, Team Ii Beceit Years School Program Boxers Preparefor '


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The Elementary School touch NEW YORK Columbia Uni-

,Having won four: of their five games this season, the Tigers of football league will get underwayat versity never participates in any

Edward'Waters are ready for the South Carolina Area Trade School, Wilder Athletic Field Tuesday The Wilder Athletic Club boxing sporting event in which Negro

their opponents for the Saturday night battle at the Myrtle Avenue Nov. 6, with Richard L. Brown team will participate in the members of its' teams are discriminated ,

Ball Park. i iq Darnell ookman; John E. Ford, North Florida A. A. U. Boxing against in any manner,

This is the last home game for A. L. Lewis.and MonCrief partici- Tournament that will be held in Ralph Furey, Columbia directorof

the Tigers this season' and the pating.A Jacksonville the first week in De- intercollegiate athletics, announced -
BIG DON I4EWCOMBEIS .
football fans who Have:not seen meeting was held at the cember. on Oct. 5.

them in action this year have NOT FOR SALE Wilder Recreation. Center com- The tournament will be held at His announcement followed a

missed seeing one of.the best bal- { posed of the Physical Education the Beaver Street Arena at Main message with representatives of
anced teams since the'four year BY THE DODGERSBROOKLYN & Directors to discuss ,the issues and Beaver Streets. the Columbia University NAACP

college days of Edward Waters were William Huggins, Mrs. Pris- Amateur boxers from Florida, chapter, requested by the latter.

College. '- The Brooklyn cilla Jones, Wallace Raspberry, Georgia and South Carolina are 'Columbia never has and never

Beating opponent ,after oppon- Dodgers front office has made the Smith Jenkins Mrs. T. Sallett scheduled to participate in whatis will participate in any sporting

ent, the quarterbacks have guided announcement that they had refused Small and Carter Lewis. expected to be one of the best event where a member of the

the 'team to their victories with t-\'o offers of $300,000 for Physical Fitness Awards are to tournaments ever conducted here. team is not accorded all of the

great running plays, line bucks their 27-game winning ace pitcher be issued to 14 members of Wile The Wilder Club, which has always privileges, whether, the playing

quarter backsneaks,forward passes Don Newcombe.It der Park. Winners are: Henry been a strong contender for field or in eating sleeping, travel-

and skillful handling of the was stated that the Dodgers Aaron Hartley 2015 points; Jeanne team honors will have a sixteen ling, or social facilities, grantedhis

tea mgenerally. "On defense, the turned down a ,$300,000 bid for & ifa)1 Patterson 2750; Martha Jackson man team. Eight men in the teammates" Mr. Furey as-

sensational play of the linemen, Newk before. the World Series % 2375; Quenten Malpress,2920; novice class and eight in the open serted in spelling out the univer-

tackling, blocking and) e'back- and another after the Series. The Willie Lee Kohn. 2875Frank; class. sity's policy

ing have made Edward Waters 'a Dodgers refused'to name the club Davis 2819; Sinclair Johnson, Coach Julius Guinyard stated The NAACP chapter had
conference threat for the 1956 that the boxers for the divis- sought
2585 Walter 2585 open
making the offer. ; Jackson ; Glen the meeting with the athletic director -
season.The. I The Dodgers are looking for an- Hampton, 2445; Shirley A. Maxwell ion team have already been se to define the university'sstand
South Carolina Area Trade. lected. A large number of boxers
other great year from Newixunbe 2349; Doris Jones 2310; on racial discrimination in
School is coached by "JumpingJoe" are battling {or the Novice team.
and with Johnny Podres wit of Mamie Lou Johnson,3295; Joanne light of an announcement that
Golphin who once made history the Navy, the*front office says Jackson 2825 and Janie Lou Boxers who will represent Wil- Harvard University cancel-
the gridiron as'a star and der in the division are: was
on make Scott, 2756. open
the two will a,winning com- ing a scheduled southern tour
by
Sterling Langley, another fine bi ation in 1957.Goyer.or. (% dt'i l There are 12 members at La- Joe Smith, flyweight; Sylvester its basketball team. The Harvard
back from St. Paul Poly. These King,bantamweight; John Woods
villa to receive awards-Deloris
--- move was taken because of legis-
two men have built a strong team, CHOSEN BACK OF THE WEEK Willie (Gallopin Gal) Gali- Levine 3975; Maxine Caldwell, featherweight; Johnny Clark, lation recently passed in Louisiana -

heavy, fast and rugged, and they Writes more. a three-time Ail-American halfback of Florida A and M University 3785; Brenda Gifford, 3680; Elsie lightweight; Aaron Lewis, welter- and Georgia banning inter-

will_offer plenty opposition fort was chosen by the Florida Sports Writers Association last Mae Edmonds, 2940; Robert Wal- weight; Henry Matthews, middle- racial 'sports, although Harvardnow

e Tigers. Jackie Robixsoxt week in their meeting in Miami. Galimore. the lad from SL Augustine ker, '2928; Nathaniel Campbell, weight; Arthur Stephens middle- has no Negroes on its basket-

Coaches Alphonso Varner and was selected after his brilliant runback of the opening kickoffi 2907: Eugene Payne, 2593; John weight; Edward Phillips, light ball team.
Harold Richardson have given to \ in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville'against the heavyweight and William Can-
na game played Thomas 4095; Joyce Stoney, 3675; Mr. Furey emphasized that his
the city one of the best all-around non, heavyweight.Coach .
Ky. A letter Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman. Bernice White, 3630; Nadine statement was not to be inter-
teams the,school has had in many; Guinyard stated that all
from Governor AlbertHappy" Hunter 3075 and Doris Smith preted as a change of policy by
yearn but they have missedthe Chandler to Jackie Robinson expresses members of the team are toe be Columbia."In .
support from the public they have 2540.Oakland present daily at the Jefferson
his congratulations for his with 4-Ross Travis the past," he ,related,
,
needed to keep the team in a SPORTING UP, Street pool from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m.
fine in World Series
play the :
2640; Sandra Green.2740; Johnny "whenever there seemed any indication -
fighting spirit. All boxers will be required to box
the letter the Governor said
In :
McCray 2976 and Annette of a possible problem we
Copeland ,
Should: the team get the attend- ten rounds a week.
want add _
"Dear Jackie just to
3690. would explore the situation im- -
ance at the Saturday night's game Tuesdays and Thursdays the
my congratulations to the manyI '
mediately, informing the other
it:will close out its home stand in BT' C. PARHAM JOHNSON Blodgettville with 4-Loretta team will meet at Wilder Park ,
know have received for
you school of our position on the mat-
ablaze of glory. I. your splendid play in the Series.' On Nov. 20. 1956. in the city of powerful hitter but was the-craftiest 'I' Elaine Donald, 2165; JacquelineToms where they road,work and calis- ter."
2700; Richard 2780 and E. thenics. Each boxer will run four
I was especially proud of you, he Chicago.light heavyweight champion and greatest defensive fighter I Columbia refused invitations if
i Mack Davis 2780.
Be SIre T VeteHeveaher I continued, "and of my small con- Archie Moore will take on that ever put on a pair of boxing I miles and a half every week at its conditions were not met, andas
.
the Wilder Park track. Boys who
tribution to your career when you the up and.coming.Floyd Patterson gloves. a result its policy never has
6th got that clutch hit in the bottomof for the heavyweight bout that Just before the Joe Louis-Billy cannot stand this rigid training received publicity because "we

the sixth game."Performing .- will decide who, will wear the Conn fight, a group of sportswriters Walter Dukes Star routine, need not try out for the have never had any incidents,"

under pressure," crown that was turned. in by met Johnson in a restau- Basketball PlayerIs team. Mr. Furey added.
PILL TIE FIN continued the letter;"is the mark Rocky Mardano. rant and asked him: "What do I

of a real pro and a real fighter Moore, whose age is given at you think of the present day I Sent To Lakers PATRONIZE

Ml STIIACI'IPm and you certainly, .proved yourself 40, has been fighting since 1936. heavies compared to those of your I Be Sure To Vote

1I&Jf-a1ive,headachy,when constipation *- just that." During those 20 years, he has had day?" His answer was: They are I NEW YORK Walter Dukes, Florida StarAdvertisers
stomach Elack Draught '
relieve sours constipation overnight.- Governor Chandler was Com- 156' fights. In 1955 he floored a dime a dozen the, men in my i the 7-foot professional basketballstar November 6th

Helps sweeten sour stomach too. missioner Baseball when Jackie Marciano in the second round in day were giants and ,could box of the New York Knicks has
Wvts !
Isssftft-Stws SnttMBf tanfett baseball his, bid for the heavyweightcrown. and punch."
No bar griping. Made from pure broke into big league been traded to the Minneapolis
vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but. with the''Brooklyn'Dodgers.. .. Young Patterson just 21 "Joe Louis is the best today,"i Lakers for Slater Martin, serviceman -
Brings gently comforting uncorks clogged relict la intestine morning years of age, has, had only 31 Johnson said. "I'll say that I could Jerry Bird and a player to be You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

Then Black-Draught We looks today.sunny again Get ,Be Sire To Vote professional fights, losing only have licked Joe and Sam Lang-I named.

: ? d a Orm.lmi.4'T.wii aka ,one.'The-loss was to Joey Maximin ford Jim Jeffries, Tom Sharkey
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; Key men in the swap were
November 6thHURTHreYOUT 1954 in a controversial eight- and Jim Corbett," said Johnson.It LOW PRICESOn
WbacII1IIInD' Dukes, former Seton Hall AH-
t Brrapot: 41t -. round decision. is said that when Louis heard
= American who, was suspended
: In the battle between the two, what Johnson had said he shrug-
three weeks ago for not showingup urDRUG.STGRE
i it will be age and experience ged his shoulders and said:'."Let
for early practice and Martin
against youth and determination. the old man enjoy himself, if he's
I 31-year old Texas graduate and at
WATCH THIS CLOWN Gus D'Amato has said that he happy in his remarks I'm glad." NEEDS
5-10 the smallest man in the pro-
BSMMTvEMWiI I strongly believes that "his boy"can There i5'one thing Jack never
fessional league.
94-252-13 I take care of .Moore. D'Amato did, and that was to give Sam
Dukes, after 'graduating from Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
A fw..cw et iSssS is ,the manager of Patterson. Langford any credit for the'fighthe
163-72-847 ss ss about the him. of Seton Hall played two years with
While thinking com- put up against Many
E HEr S Tfa the famed Harlem Globetrotters.He We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
WTliht ti>i 4r limiHim. ing heavyweight fight, let us takea the fans thought that one thing. Knicks .
sold the
was to a year
5 + 4 glance back into the years and was mighty narrow andselfish'. ago for a reported $25,000. He Your Local PapersWOOD'S '
5 8 see how far the fight game has of Johnson. Jack contended to his
scored 465 points in 60 games for
come since the man whom Look death that his toughest fight was
9 1 an average of 7.3 a game. .
... Magazine recently classed as the against Jim Jeffries. BHIE PHARMACY -

greatest heavyweight. boxer of all Jack told the story that Jack
4719169 1Intl I time fought. London, the once famous writer idea of a "White Hope" as did 1302 KINGS ROAD *t MYRTLE AVENUE ,

: 419-9-246. Look Magazine has put the immortal who said in part. "An opponent. Champion Jack.It PHONES EL 353791W :;

i Jack Johnson in a class all for Jack Johnson will have to be matters not who wins the Crtf We A/. fill All Doctor fntcHpti

G Seaseti.u "'* 9fSwMtiam by himself. Johnson fought found to bring the heavyweightcrown fight in Chicago on Nov. 30 between PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE
"', tare against all odds and "jim crow- back'to the white race" It Archie Moore and Floyd ,

'He Was." subtractHe *-' ism" in its highest heights. and all started when Johnson had Patterson, he will be in a posi- BILLS AT OUR STORE

works it ale eroe.d &UI tlLAtl! .... the days of ,the "While Hope. really given Tommy Burns a ter- tion to take on all comers regardless -

NOv CAti AND.mRl9 Jack was born in Galveston rific beating Sydney, Australia. to race, creed or color ..
FOR 10th Texas, March 31, 1789 and began winning the title. So they got Jim In the fight Moore will be seek- -

78-29-45 his boxing on the wharfs wherehe Jeffries to return to the ring. ing a life-long ambition and that

1 worked as a stevedore. His Every fight fan on the face of the is to win the heavyweight title. -PLANNING A XMAS PARTY ? -

ability as a fighter was heraldedin globe knows what happened. Patterson with the same ambitionwill

the north. As strange as it may Even after Johnson had lost his be in there battling to do the.. LAY AWAY NOW FOR XMAS .

seem his fight was against Jim crown to Jesse Willard he kept same thing. -..

.:. McCormick: : also from Galveston.He up his ring wars.until'1924 when The ring history of the Negro At Regular Prices

STBAMB 4 Ders. Only fought Jim four times,winningtwo he beat Homer Smith of Montreal fighters through generations hare .i.fi '

"KILLING" Sterling Hayden ',bydecisions and two by with the police ordering the fight been quite fabulous with many LIQUOR GOING UP t:; :
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SUN.. THRU WED. knockouts. stopped Jack received: $30.000 for renowned contributions. What ,
NOY; 4-7 Ptas a. TENDER TRAP" .... Johnson barred nobody, he the fight will the lieu heavyweight fight Storting November 1st : -;:

fought them as they came. The Death ended the hectic ,career hare to offer to add to the pagesof <.:
T UtlL TO SAT.IUS STOP" Marilyn, Monroe he ? Only time can answer SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD
in history
NOVEMMR I..10 "PRICE Of FEAR" Uz Barker & Merle Ofero hardest and greatest fight ever of Jack Johnson-He was killed
had was with Sam Langford in an automobile accident Frank- this question.- YOUR PURCHASE ilL XMAS tALL

Chelsea Mass, in 1906., Johnson linton North Carolina while on

HOOSEfELT' SKTrTEW and 'Langford fought such, toe to his way to New York. He will always PILL TIE FIN POPULAR BRANDS; and

toe fight for fifteen rounds it was be termed as the craftiest t,
S... T.... Nov. 4-4 .
s... Thurs.Nay.5 Bit Day -, ".1 '- ONt RANGER"- enough for Johnson. The two and greatest offensive' and defen- M STNUCH I USETRattcftr LARGE SELECTION OF DECANTERS

Audi Murphy's New Thriller *iuf were never matched again. Many sive heavyweight of jail time. *headachy,when flBBstoj.tlon .
"WALK THE ,PROUD' IAHD" "1 DIED A THOUSAND TIMES" believed Johnson was really Since the heyday of ChampionJack sours stomach Kack-Bnugbt overwigHt.*; at theSILVER :
relieve constipation
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Frt: Set. Noy. *.1THEM" Wed. Thus. NOT. 7 -BON Jack denied-that statement by every little boy iri every nook and L8sft9MHdl.TllllUM MB*.*. *! STAB'L t :,
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Bent Jetacd T* ettterA money fighting' another colored known fighters have reached the = jptnl Get ... .... y
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for YOU and not just the few. : yN
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You Play It Across The BoardYour '
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return is always greater when you play your politics r e ; '
across the board.: Bread and butter issues plus civil rights + METAL SMOKER
: makes good sense. "Tight-money"ahd "trickle-down" govern- '
:' ment Is not for you. See what has happened: F. ; t 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS ,f
HOUSING-key to integration ,
i Republicans stopped the low-cost housing program.Eisenhower OPEN AN ACCOUNT
fired one Frank Home for insisting on a policy,of
nondiscrimination.PRICES N NO CARRYING CHARGES
-highest in history ,
The cost of living is up.' Credit buying costs you more.
Taxes are higher Rent and food- are up. Your dollar is
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,; SCHOOLS down. your child's future The Furniture Store On The Corner Of Broad And Adams
F One child in five is in a firetrap building. Double sessions Big i
and"practice teacherS" rob Negro children of their bright
future.
FULL EMPLOYMENT the right to suffer -
In some areas,12 per cent of the working force is unem
ployed. Republicans believe "the right,to suffer,is one of
_" the joys of a free economy" '
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PROSPERITY ..;.. "for who?" _
"Prosperity for who?" demanded Manhattan Borough
P President Hulan Jack, ,'"Have you been'able to,save'any DOUBLE
money?" "NO," thundered 20,000 Harlemites attending a
in New York .
Democratic rally City.
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i Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the first
lady of the world,'has'said of Adlai MATCHING BOX SPRINGS ;
E. Stevenson: "I know that he believes 17 t ? _
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equality and justice for all our
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STEVENSON believes the Su-.
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STEVENSON as a Governor,ordered % 1.

'-" 55. before.STEVENSON desegregation the Supreme a Court of Governor schools'decision-long,ordered .:.:;'.. ,: ..s'' Open An Account At The South's Outstanding Furniture Store

: desegregation of the National
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:# Another Negro COLORFUL CHROME, TABLE .

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You,Are Invited 4 COLORFUL BOWLSt: .:

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