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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 10, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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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 10, 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:
UF00028362:00299

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Preceded by:
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Death Car Driver Charged Two Tampa Maids: 3 White Men ArrestedIn .;. ..


With Manslaughter Here Charge ContractorTAMPA WildwoodKidnapping t r I


Two Negro citizensof

Tampa brought morals charges : '
Swill against ,a Tampa contractor, Rob- .BY STAFF CORRESPONDENTThe
Released Under $1,500 Bond
; ert E. Fisher, 37, father of Jour number persons arrested iiwconnection with the kidnap- 4o..7
I children. ping and flogging of Jesse Woods a Negro laborer who was jailedin

John Lee Swinl. 51. of 1449 Funds Street who was arrested last The two women, Annie Mae rickety Wildwood iailJ has now reached to three.
October 28 in connection with the death of a 13-year-old schoolboywho Howard and Corine Dunn. workas A soldier'stationed at Camp

was killed at. a railroad crossing, was ordered bound 'over for maids in prosperous residential -,-',' Gordon, Ga.. is the third white
Criminal Court on charges of manslaughter.As neighborhoods, and .claim they man arrested on a charge of kid-

the result of the death of I were molested by Fisher as they naping Jesse Woods who was

Willard Lee Gillyard a former .0 traveled back and forth to :work. under arrest on a charge of
drunkeness after he allegedly saidLsbello .... ,.. __
student of Isaiah Blocker School, Judge Bob Johnson found Fish- '" .o: ; '"
Swint is also Chat'ged-with..reck.* eriinribcenl-the.eharge*-after I there baby" .to a white INTRODUCTION Mrs. Mabel McLendon. we11- own Jaxon .
less-operatiorf of'a motor vehicle, character witnesses appeared woman. is seen being introduced to one of the YCrey Packing Co. products by a
driving.on the,wrong side of the in his defense. Fisher denied r| Sheriff M. H. Bowman said lovely Atha. Glass. Jacksonville food demonstrator who will demon-
street disregarding a. railroad 1 knowing the two women. Frank Collins, who lives at near- strate some of the Krey canned meat products over the weekend at

warning signal, driving without a' Vice squad officers arrested by Whitney, wcs at home on fur- the Daylight Super Market at 8th and Moncrief.
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driver's license, causing an acci- Fisher in September after a long lough when Woods 39, was taken The charming food demonstrator will give samples of the Krey
dent driving while intoxicated! investigation into the complaints, from the Wildwood city jail Oct. meat products which range from canned chitterlings to roast beef to

and possession of moonshine" of three Negro women. 28 and flogged. shoppers at the Daylight store starting Friday afternoon. David J.
The arrest took place after II ar |I Collins was arrested last Tues- Johnson Jr. is field representative for Krey which is making its
day night at Augusta, Ga. He was
Swint attempted to beat a freight entry into the Florida market.Jackson's .
taken to Sumter County jail at
train to the crossing of the Sea-
Adam C. Powell BushnelL
board Air Line Railroad in the i
County Judge P. B. Howell said
2300 block of Davis Street, and | Defeat Seen
he plans to held a preliminary
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the right rear fender of the car
Seeks Freedom hearing "sometime next week" for .
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was struck by the train and subsequently ",.
..... the two men already in custody in
knocked into the signal -""" ""- "'"" -
.- : ::<: i the case. They are George (Georgia As RaceMoral Victory
post, crushing young Gillyard to JESSE WOODS
:}o4"a .. For Fla. Fugitive Boy) Altman, 25, a meat sales-
death. Officers found part of .a e7 \ : kidnapped from jail
iM. man, and Jack L. Sands a farmer
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half-pint of moonshine inside the "'/ :! ;.II. I
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:- << and part-time railroad brakeman.

car Swint was driving. f. h..4-. _-_.. t i"Wu.x.ARD < Representative Adam Clayton I DEPUTY SHOOTS MAN I Both are charged with kidnaping. BY ERIC O. SIMPSONLast
Swint has been released under LEE GILLYARD Powell, Jr. revealed in an inter- Woods an ex-GI was found by Tuesdays elections which brought the re-election of President _

$1,500 bond and ordered held for killed in accident near view this week that he has sent a RESISTING ARREST the FBI in Andalusia Ala. last Dwight Eisenhower and another narrow defeat_ Ernest D.

Criminal Court action on the railroad track telegram to Governor Averill .. Saturday. He said he had been Jackson by a narrow margin also brought hints of another court
manslaughter charge. Harriman in behalf of Willie Reid taken from the jail by two or battle.It .

Justice of the Peace Genevieve'. fugitive from a Florida chain AVON PARK Deputy Sheriff -:. three white men, beaten and re- was learned that the; Jackson,
Robert
Medlock said Swint pleadedguilty gang. The telegram reads as follows Barrainger shot a Se- leased.
: bring Negro citizen in the stomach camp is looking into what has News Briefs
of
to charges driving'while Woods was brought to the State
recently and claims that he actedin been termed
"many irregularities"
intoxicated and failing to have a Governor Averill Harriman Prison at Raiford for safekeepinglast
driver's license, but pleaded not 1i Albany. New York' self defense'after the. victim Monday. Circuit Judge T. G. connected with last Tuesday's PALATKA John Chandler
L. A. 32 snatched his
Horsted ,
guilty to the manslaughter countDiMeslic On October 25. New York Su- Futch issued an order at the request balloting which are held to have 37, of Welaka was arraigned last
blackjack and tried to get his gun. '
preme Court Justice Benedict D. of State Atty. A. P. Buie been responsible for Jackson'sloss week on charges of manslaughter
Dineen rendered a decision in the Horsted was reported recover- directing that Woods be held in of many votes. in connection with the automobile
habeas corpus case of Willie Reid. ing in Walker Memorial Hospital: the State Prison as a material accident death last September of
TroUIeCausesShooting fugitive from a Florida chain Barringer stated that he was witness. A number of complaints reached Mrs. Gladys Reiter, 29, of Welaka.

i v*!* "flBHBHB gang. His decision stated""Trom checking cars on State Road 17 Warden DeWitt Sinclair re- the office of the "Florida Star" .

the record before me and the informed by a motorist that a ported Woods "looked in good which indicated that faulty voting TALLAHASSEE Governor

evidence adduced at the hearing. drunken driver was on the road. shape" and added "there's not a machines and other irregularities.Mrs. Collins has asked for a "statementof
I[ am of the opinion that the rela- He stated further that he arrivedat scratch on him." supporting evidence" from the
Domestic troubles growing out t ek tor was not informed of his rightto the scene and came upon a car A physician who examined him Sarah Bryan was officially Leesburg Commercial which con-
of an argument caused a clash a be represented by counsel, and weaving across the road; that the at Andalusia said Woods had sev- certified as having won electionfor tended in a telegram to the Gov-

between John Wyman, 52,.of 1327 41? consequently the judgment of driver was. drunk, resisted arrest i eral superficial wounds which appeared District 11 justice of the peace. ernor that Sheriff Willis McCallof
grabbed his blackjack and tried to i to be the result of a beat- She polled 6,609 votes to top two .
Van Buren St and his wife Susie consequently the judgment of Lake County failed on October :
Wyman.In conviction is a nullity, and therefore get his gun. Barringer got the gun! ing with a leather strap but that opponents who campaigned 4 to protect a prisoner in his

a statement made by Mrs. ,. ,it follows that the relator has first and shot the man. I his physical condition was good. against method.E. .her through the write-in custody from physical harm and

Wyman she said a fight started JOHN LEE SWINT been unlawfully imprisoned In Bud Bullard a companion in i that photographs taken at the
between she and ]her husband held for manslaughter violation of the due process of the the car with Horsted, told investigating -i Farmer Confesses D. Jackson, a Negro attorney, scene of art arrest have been circulated -
law the Four- officers that "Mr. Bob had I was second. Although his name
and he threw a chair at her. She as guaranteed by for pornographic purposes"because
teenth Amendment. The writ is to shoot him." was written 23 different ways the of the sheriffs laxity in
went into the bedroom
said she
Golf Course Suit sucH Of Three canvassing board counted all"Jackson" "
sustained.
got the pistol and returned to the Organizations as Slaying guarding evidence.
votes giving him a total .
the Catholic *
NAACP. the Youth 0.
her husband met
kitchen where Organization New York City CIO Everson Street ManIs CROSSETT. Ark. Frank of 5,314. Ray Boree's official total OCALA
her with a piece of stove wood Up For Hearing Dorothy Robinson.
and she shot him in the lower Council the Brotherhood of Victim Of CuttingAn Simmons 63-year-old Negro far- was 1,316. operator of Reddick tavern has
part of the left leg. Sleeping Car Porters and many mer, has confessed the shotgun Jackson defeated Mrs. Bryanfor been arrested for re-sale of tax
MIAMI Federal Judge Em- others have requested you to investigate slaying of two white men and a Democratic nomination as justice paid whiskey without a 1'cense
taken to the officeof
Wyman was mett C. Choate said Thursday that. this case. I urgently request argument growing out of Negro woman according to reports of the peace in the May PIt and bound over to c circuit courton
Dr. Nelson Spaulding for treat- trial of a suit in which Negro citizens that the ,extradition papers one man asking another to cease 1 from Sheriff B. A. Courson. maries. The courts however, an additional charge of bribingan
ment of the gun shot, wound.The are'seeking an end to segregation -, you signed on February 20. 1955 using profane language in the Simmons lives about 400 yards ruled that the five districts then officer.
domestic trouble was an event of at the West Palm Beach be withdrawn immediately. Fail- presence of his lady companion from the place where the crime in use were unconstitutional Mrs. .

Friday Nov. 2. municipal. golf course would be ure to withdraw these papers indicates caused one man to be taken to was committed and has not yet Bryan was nominated by the TALLAHASSEE- High school

The investigation was conducted held late this winter or next your policy on Civil Duval Medical Center for treatment given a motive for the slaying. Democratic Executive Committeeand students attending a state con-

by Sgts. F. A. Gaines and W. spring. Rights.in New York will follow The body of George Wells 32, her name was on the ballot gress of the National Forensic ._

C. Barber.: Choate ruled on legal points that of many states in the Southbitter Henry Williams, 49, of 550 of Hamburg was found in. the Jackson's defeat is however a League adopted a resolution call .,
raised by the City Commission in enemies of Civil Rights. Everson was cut with a pocket back seat of a car that belonged morale victory. It is felt in view ing for integration of Florida public "

defense actions. Give this man his freedom as proclaimed knife during the argument Sun- to Fred Watkins, 45, also of Ham- of the difficulty of casting a schools in a "safe and sane

PATRONIZE. .. ... He ruled the suit would affect by our New York Supreme day afternoon Nov. 4.:. Williams burg. Watkins was found dead a "write-in vote" that the Negro manner" declaring that integra-
< : -aFlerkki ; members of the City Commissionand Court. and we will ,have told police he got after a man few feet from the car and Hattie citizens showed their unity and tion "is right in the eyes of God"

;; ,sterAdvertisen the Golf Commission in their accomplished: another forward known only as James for using Mae Williams 40, of Crossett was that decent, fair-minded whites and that Negroes who say they

F official capacity. but not as lad step tn.our up-hill fight for Civil profane language in"front of his found dead in the front seat of registered their stand for., justice favor segregation do so out of a' :<

viduals. Rights. lady companion.. the car. .. and fair play. fear of losing their jobs.


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Saturday, November 10, 1956


T__THE FLORIDA i STAR POLITICS: AS USUALBY


NEWS ',_
ERIC O. SIMPSON

T.- Pibllsbrf, The Florida. St.' ,..u......Co. -.
President Eisenhower has won the election by a landslide and
:, Msife* AidntK thereby for the second time defeated Adlai Stevenson in his bid
.
,,:.iC--_ P. O. Box 561, JocksoRviUe 1, Florid for the presidency of the .United States.
.tread Street J.cksuvUle FbrUe ..... ELfte 4-3779 Somewhe r e

around 1:45 a. l with vote-wise. Credit
ERIC 0. SIMPSON _. M.......-E.to, m. Stevenson must be
given to the
C4',..... .... News Staff conceded defeat Volunteers for
Stevenson for being able to hold

... Member of Associated Negro Press in one of Duval in the Democratic Party
the finestspeeches line in the face of Eisenhower's

-:..... SUBSCRIPTION lAm I have r' magnetic personality after his

0. y..,, $5.60 Half Tear, $1.60 TbtM Mtbs, $1.80 ever heard a visit here and despite side swipes
Mtlfed T* YM, ...",.& .. U tin Uftt4 S..ta. candidate de- and back stabbing done by sOmeof
S.bs.rfptt.re Poyatle IB AaVuc SeaJ Checks ., Mer Orders To liver on suchan the so-called democratic lead.

FLORIDA STAR -=. P. 0. BOX 361 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA occasion. It ers in the county.
was a heart- On the local
scene,as far as

Negroes Who Will Spud $3 Hillioi I O t I + l:i J sage warming, completely mes-- Negroes moral victory are concerned even in,'there defeat wasa for

l\\ \: TtI WORLi / /JT1MER void of the Simpson Ernest D. Jackson the write-in

slightest tinge of bitterness. candidate who forced
was to run
Urged To Patronize Establishments Stevenson's message was one of In that category against Miss

hope and encouraging philosophy.In Sarah.Bryan whom he defeated in

TUI.ldYerlis.e'Ia Tk, Florida Star admitting his defeat Stevenson the May primaries.The .
dwelt not with the loss, but total that Jackson piled up

rather with the victory for our attests to the fact that Negroesare

There are just seven more Saturdays before Christmas. democratic process which his waking up and also that there

During that time, Jaxons white and colored,will be from losing indicated. are many whites who believe in

week to,week making various purchases of gifts and other I F Eisenhower's sweeping victory just and right things.,

Items that go into the celebration of the birth of the King. of must be attributed to several Jackson's defeat shows the need
things: his personality as a great for better and more wide-scale

Kings.For most white people, the problem of where to shop will x fi L1A hero and the present crisis organization among Negroes I

hardly exist For the majority of Negroes in the Jacksonville brought about by the Middle East the need for a wider program of .

area who are faced with. poor treatment in some stores, and Russo-Hungarian disputes political education. ..
spoken to discourteously and sometimes brow-beaten and r 4 Mfr either of which could lead to a Some of the factors that will

assaulted by collectors, the problem of where to spend one's g4 catastrophic'war.. have contributed to Jackson's loss*

money becomes a narrassing one. It has reached the stage The greatest surprise came aside from the loss of votes which

where a great many people walk: into stores reluctantly,not when Mr. Eisenhower in his,vic- resulted from the somewhat difficult -
knowing whether their patronage is welcome, or what kind "Eternal Vigilance. Is the Only Answer To Their Persistence tory speech admitted that he was write-in process were the

of treatment to expect. t the "leader" of the Republicans.It lack of money and haphazard

The,Negro"' people alone will spend about $3,000,000 for -- role of employer or employee, [ must have come as a great campaigning which was necessitated -

Christmas shopping; and that is a hunk of business that busi- concerted efforts on the part of shock to the Democrats who were by the day to day changes
afford Like balance of all concerned working for the election of "the brought about by the court
ness people cannot to treat lightly. the Your Weekly are likely to yield(
power!, which the Negro vote gives, so it is with his dollar. The rich"returns in the way of cash, man" rather than the Republican hassles.
Negro spending dollar could easily be the trade that will en- Guide gifts, acquisitions or savings. party to hear the same man de- The result of Tuesday's ballot-
Horoscope clare that his victory marked ing in the llth District should
able an establishment to show a profit or loss. There are times when the pres-
reinstating of the bring hope to the point that
sure of work and Republican pro-
With such doubts existing in the minds of potentially responsibilitiesmay
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR party[ and heralds the advance of grams of political education must
to be bit hard
good patrons it seems it is time that the firms which want the prove a on
Negro trade should state their positions. If they want the Ne- BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL you. A call for help would meet what the President "called the be brought to the ordinary people -
"modern Republicans. -on the sidewalks and in the
business should and it and wit ha favorable response from
gro they come nght out say not
expect us to take it for granted. There are a few hypocritical By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES your mate or colleagues when this A very interesting point about tenement areas-rather than onlyto
the private clubs and would be
businessmen who will tell in happens. the Eisenhower sweep which carried
Negroes, one by one, whisperedtone
940331469227SCORPIO most of the Florida countiesis society groups.
: "Sure we want colored business. Colored people are.
the fact that Duval is the On the other hand I am sure
some of our best customers. These are the ones who think: CANCER only

that,every Negro male is a "boy" and every Negro female is' Born March 21 thru April 19 Born June 22 thru July 22 county in the state that' the for- will that applaud everyone,Ernest white Jackson and Negro for,

"girl" and that every Negro woman must be called by November 9th thru 15th November 9th thru 15th Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 mer general did not walk away the respectable and gentlemanlymanner

her first name. Organize your thinking. This is Talents have potential value. November 9th thru 15th ,
in which he conducted his
a favorable interlude to probe Should have been Love moves mountaidns. Those
In order to ascertairrwhich firms are genuinely interested you waiting fora
to save some of it, if feasible, for campaign. Credit must be givento
in the Negro trade and are willing to give such patrons respectful deeply into your subconscious and sign from heaven to determineif who give you their affections, and the time when it is not available. Elcee Lucas too for his untiring -
treatment, the "Florida Star" is sending out question to root out the mental blocks lo you have real talentt active or who are fortunate enough to be 4100991768333PISCES efforts as campaign man-

naires to the leading stores in Jacksonville asking them about the attainment of the objectivesyou latent this is the time to step up the recipients of your attachment .ager for Jackson in previous un-

their attitude toward Negro customers. They will also be have established as your your watch. This'can be done could not ask for more encouraging successful attempt to gain office.
invited to advertise their sales and Christmas bargains in prime targets. A fair and impartial through advanced courses special- signs of fulfillment providedat

the Negro press as proof of their sincerity. For it goes with- appraisal of your shortcomings ized training or extensive travel, this time. Scorpios who are Born. Feb. 19 thru.March 20 PATRONIZE
out saying that the firms that will advertise in the Negro will give you inner strength whichever suits your purposes free to propose are not likely to November 9th thru 15th

press which represents the-best interests of the Negro peopleare which, in turn,will create a feeling best.Yourslgn; shows cool judgment hear a "no" for an answer when Calculated risks'can be tsaken. Advertisers

the ones that will give colored patrons the respect and of security on the spiritual as 'as well as sentiment shouldbe they reveal their sentiments and The Piscians who have developeda Florida Star

polite treatment that the Negro press speaks out for in behalfof well as the material. plane. Thisis exercised,when.you are draw- intentions openly and sincerely.i 'plan- of action with foresightand

our people. a favorable period to find peaceful ing up your plans and weighingyour This is a fine period to enhance resourcefulness should not

In addition, the "Florida Star" is urging its readers, the and confidential solutions to. chances of eventually' mak- your personal appearance, to trainor have,any qualms as to their eventual PILL THE HM
economic problems and to form ing the anticipated progress. Self- exploit your creative or artistic of the
hundreds of women's clubs and the'hundreds women who are prospects hitting bull's ON STOMACH PSET
members of, the Florida Star Employment Club whom we secret alliances with persons or confidence is your first requisite talents, and to promote the welfare eye when the proper moment

have found jobs free of charge. to support only those estab-. groups who can provide capital! now. of the younger generation. comes. You can gather the neces- Half-alive sours stomach headachy,Black when-Draugh constipation *
backing. 266501371429LEO 8-100- -17-86-595 I relieves constipation ovtmlght.
lishments which advertise in, the Negro press. sary advice, information or boost Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
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that will open the way to the unfolding Lntthn-StSBJch Svutuer Wilts Onrtdtl
,, SAGITTARIUSBora of a new and stimulatingway No harsh griping Made from pure

Sovtk's Whiles Dewed Free Speech TAURUS Born July 23 ,thru Aug. 23 Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 of life. Your psychic and intuitive vegetable gently: uncorks herbs.clogged Thoroughly Intestine but

Born April 20 thru May 20 November 9th thru 15th November 9th thru 15th powers are rendered keen.er Then Brings life comforting looks sunny relief in again morning.Get

November 9th thru 15th Security measures are farsighted. The hour ofdecision is here. and you should be ready to B1aclt-Draught today.
oSchsolSegregatisihsie:; : Welcome new friends. The You, together with the per- Once you have recognized just accept the promptings they offer :/r'lords to ut.,or tut-to-Mt Ommlfttt form.Tf&ett...tail mlo

friendships you form in your social sons who collaborate with you for what has been retarding you from you without hesitancy. eaD

: or fraternal circles may be the mutual economic good, should achieving the high aims that are 5-80-77-12-74-606 --.,... hr..rtThy.craw.T ttWq aosi8sicrh udpr
thlbasrdp.e.K
White Southerners denied freedom of
are being thought
the instruments with which you look, into all the openings to reap
your birthright have covered
'. and speech on the school desegregation issue and "do not dareto you
can assure your hopes or new tie- substantial profits from family half the territory that is requiredto
speak their thoughts unless these conform to the climateof
which will be of mutual ben- connections' other
ups property or -ii
get there. A secret wish relatedto
fear that has been created it was asserted in Tampa last __ _
efit when they will have had timeto tangible investments, buildingand
family, residential and
Sunday by Roy Wilkins NAACP secretary, in a speech to the prop I
develop. It consequently is in insurance. Suggest that
you erty questions may materialize
17th annual-state convention of NAACP branches.
your interest to accept all invitations should not let these' days go by during these favorable days.
"Suppression of freedom of speech on racial issues is the and to entertain yourself,i without bringing going negotiations Wherever it lies in your power to

great tragedy.and.great danger in the present hysteria," said, particularly if you are footloose or transactions to a successful -' bring a desired matter to a successful -
Mr. Wilkins, adding that few white people realize that if' and fancy-free. Conditions makeit conclusion. conclusion, would be
they can be smeared and shut on the school issue theycan you
up desirable to listen to what 780771463921VIRGO doing yourself a disservice if
be silenced on,other issues as well. you
others suggest and propose ando allow indecision to take over.
The speaker declared that the, White Citizens Councils allow yourself to be convinced Loved ones con now lift your .
and similar organizations had "many more irons in the fire when there is no reason for doubt. Born,Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 spirits.

than the anti-Negro one" and suggested that they were inter- Ban unjustified fears. November 9th thru 15th 6-11-22-14-61-721
ested also in control of voting rights of Negroes and poor 1-50-44-16-69-758 Two heads produce more ideas.There .

whites, in barring or curtailing labor unions, in foreign policy [ are signs of accords, widened CAPRICORNBorn .

and in the oil industry. GEMINI public relations or an alliance Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 : :

"Southern white people, as has been done so often are Born May 21 thru June 21 with a human dynamo creatsing November 9th thru 15th ______

being brainwashed with the Negro issue," he said "The Negrois November 9th thru 15th the elements of greater public activity Say what you think. Wheeher _

being pictured as the bogey man when in reality he is Success is hard work. But it on your part as well as in you would like to make a friendof

only the straw man." will surely come to those who the camp of your competitors.You someone or inject new ideas in

All the action and propaganda thus far has failed to concentrate on a single objective are not likely to lose out as your local or social circles it is
rather than to some who preferto far as the economic angles are
frighten colored people, the speaker said, as evidenced by the now time to express yourself in
have a finger in every pie. A concerned nor in the way of personal -
actions of parents and children in Kentucky and Tennessee. terms that are unmistakable and
The new attack is now,directed at the NAACP, with states well-defined and constructive ambition happiness so take the precise. Make your wishes known
from Alabama Louisiana and that is not allowed to run chance even if this goes against
seeking to bar it operating. wherever they stand the best
Texas have used court action against the NAACP, he said, rampant backed by consistentand your inclinations. chance of being granted and see ; 5

while the Virginia Assembly has passed a package of seven intelligent effort should enable 6-88-70-14-78-423 how quickly others will respond.

bills aimed at the NAACP. you to make significant This peridod gives breadth to
strides toward the LIBRA
high position,
"One of these forbids 'advocacy of a racial cause and your distant interests and future
honors or business development Born Sept. 24 thru OcL 23
.. these goes free speech,".Mr. Wilkins declared. "Another for- :plans, and your outlook for eventual -
1400 WRHC
.you have been wishing and planning November 9th thru 15th 1400
bids urging the legislature to act on a racial matter and success takes on a brighterhue.
for. Enthusiastic efforts are fruitful.
> there goes government of the people. In trying to cut down The pace becomes livelierin
5-55--40-12-79-373 Whether are enjoying the
the NAACP, Virginia has cut down the freedom of its white you every way and you can be th. KEN KNIGHT

a. citizens." one to set it.
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.s.turiay.. Nor.mb 10, 1956 THE fLORJDA STAR laM Tlare.

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CHttDREN 'INCLUDEDIN City-Wide-Beauticians: 1 "Miss Loyalty'7 Crowned. At New Stanton New Stanton P-TA Sets Maceo Lodge No. .8-;

"Y" DANCE CLASSA To Observe AnniversaryThe Program ,By PatronsThe Sponsors Fall Event' "


course for dancing for chi. sixth anniversary of the Parents-Teachers Associa- The House and Entertainment

dren will begin at the Branch City-Wide Beauticians will be tion of New Stanton Senior High committees of Maceo Lodge'No: 8

YWCA on Saturday Nov. 17, observed Monday Nov. 12, at 6:30p. School is planning a series of en of the Elks will conduct the' 'Fall
under the tutelage of Miss Ruth- nu at the Bethune Curie Center Festival Monday night,Nov. 19,
x tertaining programs to be
pre
elma Oxendine. Classes will begin 531 W. Beaver StreetA 4 sented in the school auditorium, sponsored by the lodge.

each Saturday at 10 a. m. and program will be presentedand in a move to stimulate more in- Preparations are underway for _
children will be accepted from invitations have been extended the
gigantic event, which prom-
J terest in the association and se-
three years up. to all to join the Beauticiansin cure the support of parents and ises to be the last word in fun

Mrs. Sara S. Lovette will con- the sixth anniversary celebration other citizens in the community.The and entertainment

duct a six-weeks class in social ,. y4bvA. g The festival is being held with
;
dancing each Wednesday' at 7:30 initial program is being the complete ,approval and sanc-
and rill include instruction on held in the school library Tuesday tion of the exalted ruler and the

Foxtrot, Mambo Rhumba Tango Spiritual Tea PlannedFor 7 rT November 13, 8:00 p. m, and official staff of Maceo Lodge No.

and other popular dances. all participants on the'program 8, and members of the lodge are
November 25thA will be parents or patrons of the
Mrr. Lovette is a graduate of looking forward to a successful
school. The following persons will
evening.The .
Florida A. & M. University andis
presently engaged as a teacher Spiritual Tea will be held in : appear: public is invited to sharein

at S. P Livingston SchooL She is the home of ,Mrs. Rosa Lee Hall f Mrs. Willie D. Lucas Mrs Vio- the, above activities.

an able dance instructor. 1236 Hart Street on Sunday Nov. let Kinnon, Mrs. E. M. 'Richard

Registration' is available at the 25. The event is being sponsoredby son Mrs. H* McMillan. Mrs. Inez Lucky Sixteens Feted

A. L. Lewis YWCA;,582 West 8th the Twelfth Hour Prayer. Band Walden and Mrs. Jeanette Mun-
Street where the classes will be No. 2. gen. Mrs. Rose S. Johnson. Mrs. With Buffet SupperMrs.
Christine Newson Mrs. N.
Lithe
held. Registration will close after *

Nov. 14. Details on both classes Lundy Mrs. Florence Wilson, Annie Bell Rucker of 635
Sutton Mrs Ruth C. Solomon Mrs. Sadie
may be obtained by calling MrsLois Anniversary Set W. 8th St. entertainedthe Lucky
Hill at the YWCA EL 6:7768AchievementDay. '+ R? Gadson Mrs. E. R. Wilson Mrs. Sixteen Sewing and Saving Circle
In First Born TempleLittle t' 'Thelma Hall. Mrs. Callie Jackson recently with a buffet supper following -

f 6 4.w.C4 //C :,.p y,.; Mrs. Mary Woolbright, Mrs Ber- the regular order of business -
:; nice Redman Mrs. Rosana Latti-
Edward Sutton will cele- pp,. f of the club.
brate his first anniversary as a' Y tip 'C. Y4v fya '. mer, Mrs. Mary Jennings Mrs. M. Guests attending the meeting

singer Monday night Nov. 12, 800 Pauline, Mrs. Julia Macon, Mrs.
included Miss Mary F. Whitehurstof
To Be ObservedBy p. nx, in the First Born Temple at -.... -NO;; <. _Tf'fflnfW': !. :"' .". Alecia Baety Mrs. O. Belcher and Chicago, and Mrs. Dora Anderson -

825 W. Monroe St: MISS LOYALTY CROWNED-Lovely Betty Ellison is seen above wearing the Stanton Senior High Mrs. Marjorie.Mrs. Mrs. Mildred Jones and Mrs.

4-H CouncilThe A program has been planned for School "Miss Loyalty" crown for 195657. The crowning of "Miss Loyalty' was done by attractive William D. Lucas is presi- Anglena Hogans of this city.
the occasion that will feature Miss Anna Ball Grant. Miss Matthew W. Gilbert of 195657. dent of the New Stanton PTA and Mrs. Fannie Robinson presidedover

Frec ia .Arnold, the Inspirational The event look place in the New Stanton School auditorium Tuesday during the formal and will also appear on the program. the business session.

County 4-H Club Gospel Singers the McCall Singers traditional coronation ceremony which featured all of the royal activities of a school-wide: coronation.Crompten's .
Council is scheduled to sponsor the Golden Jubilee Singers, photo
the celebration of National 4-H Brother Samuel Hinson Brother -- -
Rudolpa and many others. Eunice LocketAnnounces
Achievement 'Day Saturday at 2
p. m. in the Wilder Park Recreation Elder A. Hill is pastor of the jtfaut PeopleJulius YWCA Book Lovers Latimore Singers Plan gip
First Born Temple and Mrs. Alean
Center, Third and Mt. Her-
man Sts. The theme is: "Improv- Rackley is church reporter.Wedding Hold Initial MeetThe Anniversary ProgramThe
and Williams of At-
ing Family and Community Troy i
the of
lantic Beach returned recently Opening
Living." Book Lovers Guild of the Latimore Gospel Singers ,

,All loyal 4-H members will be Bells I from New Jersey where they. A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA held will celebrate their 9th Anniver-

expected to join more than two spent the summer. its initial meeting recently and sary on Monday night Nov. 19that Her Exclusive '

million youths throughout the Applications for Marriage discussed plans for the season's 8 p. m. Melvin Grace the Dea-

nation in this national celebration.The Licenses I Mrs. Clara Yates a member of activities. con will serve as Master of Cere- Jewelry Store a
Roberts Mt. AME Church. '
Pisgaa monies.
highlight of the I Mrs. Etta Brooks addressed the
programwas
scheduled to be the report of Charlie Springfield, 800 West Atlantic Beach is convalescing in group and introduced several The Male Chorus of Zion Hope 720 Davis Street

the'Regional 4-H Club Camp heldat Monroe St, age 24 and Altamese I I her home following an operation. books that might possibly be discussed and the Junior Choir of Wescon- '

Howard University in Washington Noisette, 605 Court C, Blodgett at future meetings.Mrs. nett will be the serving choirs. :
Homes 21. Mrs Bell Jordan is ill in her Mrs. Locket invites her 'x'
D. CX, to be made by age : Sallye B. Mathis is chair- All singing groups of the city are .
King E. Craig, 213 Spruce St,i home on Lewis Street. Mrs. Jordan asked to take a part in this affair.
Marion Smith of the Baldwin man othe guild and invites per- many friends to stop :; s
20 and Julia M. Hicks. 224: is member of Mt.
age a, Calvary Mrs. Freda Arnold Roberts is '
Community and a senior of New sons interested reading and/or and the fine
Chelsea St., age 22. Baptist Church. the manager of this with by see
Stanton High SchooL discussing books to join the group.. group
Willie C. Chambliss, 618 Bridier: Mrs. Alberta Latimore as pianist selection of Jewelry and '
.
.
Miss Smith is a real exampleof The next meeting is scheduledfor
St, age 19 and Janice Harvey, 730 ,Jesse Simpkins member of Mt. and founder. The public is
the type of leadership that 4-H Thursday, Dec. 13 and Mrs. cor other gift items.
W. 17th St, age 17. Calvary Baptist Church is ill in I dially invited. EUNICE LOCKETLOCKET'S
club work develops and should Mathis has arranged for a discus-
Samuel B. Farley; Rt. 9, Box I the Naval Air Station HospitaLMrs. '
give inspiration to all 4-H mem sion of a current book.
1019D, age 39 and Viola Green JEWELRY
bers to make their best better
Rt. 9 Box 1025 29. COLD SUFFEIEIS
age
Mrs. E. M. Powell stated i Rosa Bruton, a member of
James T. Burch 1715 University First Corinth Baptist Church is COLD discomforts yield quickly to 720 Davis Street Phone EL 4-1773
Recognition to all 4-H members 'St, 25 and Martha Dunn,
age STANBACK'S proscription fonwwl
I recuperating in her home at 1908 '
who have made outstanding 1715 University St, age 32. Mars Street. StorkDeliveries: STAN8ACK Ubtots or powdor work

achievements in the county pro- Jack Bell Jr.. 1331 W. 32nd St, fut to. bring comforting roliof from PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"ADVERTISERS ,
tlrtd, torot eehlng nuncios, neuralgia
during 1956 is scheduled to .
gram age 21 and Sandra J. Hall 1212
and hoodochts duo
t. colds.
be given by Mrs. Agnes Taylor W. 6th St. age 20. Misses Emalee and Josephine .. ,r ,"t x ..
4-H chairman Home Demonstration I Wm. C. Carson 1209 W. 3rd St. Pierce of Jennings are the house Y Yw
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Club Council State awardsare age 21 and Ruth H. Turner 1486 guests of their grandmother. Mrs. Born To:, ;. ; : .:..... ':?

to be announced by Mrs. Grothe St. age 18. Roberta Pierce and other relatives '
Ethel M. Powell, Home Demon- in Atlantic Beach.
Elizabeth and Cleo Jenkins
,
stration Agent .
1913 Illinois St, girl Sept. 22. ,
;jI
Iva Baker, president of the Musical Ends 1
Program Mrs. Edyth McTear is ill in 'M '
County Senior 4-H club and state her home. Mrs. McTear is a mem- Wm. and Willie Perry, 1624 look
:
Event W. 14th St, girl Sept 22.
4-H.Council is scheduled to pre Anniversary ber Jerusalem Baptist Church. .
Otis C. Holmes
side. and Betty 1185
W. 24th St, boy. Sept 24.
celebrationby
Eighth Anniversary Mrs. Dorothy Cooper continuesill General and Rosia Hogans, Sr. in .,' !
the Rev. Mr. W. J. Dixon will your ;
in" her home. Mrs. McTear is a 736 Jessie St, boy Oct. 1.
close Sunday, November 11, 3:00p. S Sf
member of Abyssinia Baptist John and Josephine 1325E.
LEARN TO DRIVE Riley,
musical
with
m, a program.
Church., 3rd St. girl Oct 2. !
Tho Qoickott TU Etttet The Golden Voices, the Master mirror
Charlie and Gladys Henry 5029
W., T. Ur Keys, the Five Star Singers the .
Avenue B Oct 3. I
boy,
McCall Singers the Pearly
Gospel I
AJAXDRIVING District Women Benadrid and Dannie
Codling
Gates Singers, of Waycross, the today. i
I
SCHOOL Mt Ararat Holiness Singers and 3759 Marigold Rd. girl Oct. 3. '. ,r.
Milton and Leola Flynn. 1329
Mrs. F. M. Spates will participateon
CALL EL 4-0639 the program. Close ,Session Madison St, boy Oct. 4. .

George Perpend The celebration began earlier in Laconia and Mary Johnson, Sr.'! and

1134 W. 5th Street the week with services conducted Gen. Del, Green.Cove Spgs. boy,
The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Oct. 4.Willie. :I a 9"
.
nightly. Senior Women's District Convention and Jannie Williams,. 1 t

.. held in Mt. Tabor Baptist 1744 W. 19th St, boy; Oct. 4. see

Church recently, has been termedone Carry and Mae Caston. 1816

of the finest sessions held by Johnson St, bey Oct 4. $

: the group. Charlie and Josephine Bush, your hair... ,

: The Consecration and Fellow- 1484 Grothe St. boy, Sept 26. lovely as fashion" a ka ,. a
COBBli ship Hour on Thursday afternoon Jesse and IJeMarion Peterson,

conducted by the president open- Jr., 1136 McConihe St. boy. Sept. means it to bet a,
ed the Convention, and was followed 24.

by comments from Mrs. H. Lemuel and Ruby Taylor Jr. rod.y, gorgeous new hair

B. Miller president of the State 1945 Louisiana St, boy, Sept 29.. color is fashion..and today, :
National Convention. Edward and Mattie Williams
you can look in your mirror J,
11.95 .-; '; During the Thursday evening 2578 Lantana Ave, girl. Sept'30.: and see the Same glowing, lustrous y

worship service, conducted by the Robert and Ella Culver 1464. color chosen by models like ..t-,

Rev: Mr. J. J. Jones who was Mitchell St, girl Sept 27. i this famous beauty here! Yes with

Black Suede supported by his congregation, Lucious and Hollie Riley, 1911 Godefroy'i Larieuse Hair Coloring -
Mrs. Angeline Wooten of First W. 6th St, girl Sept 29. you can fire your hair exquisite new

r -. Brown Saede. African Baptist Church, Green. Arthur and Constance Burney, color, long-lasting, natural-Iooking

Cove Springs gave the history of Jr.. 1418 W. 16th St, boy. Sept 30. color...casr as 12.3!

;- the organization. Mrs. Cora Leonard Chandler and Emma Anderson, RnuM>Godetrojr's Larieuse Hair ColorIng '

f. of Mt. Ararat. Baptist Church 1712 W. 23rd St, girl. Sept 22. is the famous,dependable brand in the red

contributed the program Thomas and Liuie Rucker 1916 box, known and approved for more duo 50

through a reading on mission McMillian St girl. Sept 14. years. Get it at your favorite cosmetic counter f
tatauato
work. Chas. and Luella Kelliam 325 today-aad see your hair lovely as fashion

..... Mrs. M. L. Johnson presidentof N. St, girl Sept 9. means it to be!

the convention, was honoredfor Frank and Laura McDaniel, Jr. 18 txquisitt skufet i

her devoted service to the or- 615 Court F, Blodgett Homes,

ganization and presented a pieceof boy Sept 6. '
from the Henry Sherman and Melon .Just
gift
jewelry as a
There's something about a Cobbie that'ssosoft members. a, 1114 W. 22nd St. boy Sept i follow e
5. i

sporty, smart, .-,... The delivered President's Friday annual morning addresswas I ::-theseI I ;_ ft; *
,
-
and saw a host of visitors in the elected to succeed themselves. .. I 3. 'J 1'1

audience and on the platform. The Youth Department made; easy steps I

HOWARDS Elder J,.J.Thomas of Atlanta Ga. quite a contribution tothe Con-: '. / 8.io.poo Hair .... 2. Apply Oodofroy"sl J.Alter cola. de.A. -
was a prominent platform_guest vention and rendered an impressive -I ....,. .itdrMS.ix .Ho *o with lady ,..1op.dthewpooheir" -.' '..", ""
, (te"uSAu The Antioch Choir was again program Saturday morning.The Codofroy'smdVodod. t r;.,.. ppffcotor hcbdod I* .,. aM let .. yow
: _a : acclaimed winner in the choir department'waS under the i : sy"-. rr!1

. ;t.%._ -215 Laura Street contest and was awarded the Dis- direction of Mrs.C.C. Daniels and : .k : :
z trict Banner. Mrs. Lizzie Anderson.Dr. .
-I
-' Open Tit _9M f.m. ,M4_ .rs :; ; .= .
,
Election of officers was held J. P. Reeder from the Stateof .
Tt+is ptWud tat eo..ectioll. wtahr.r wkh.Th. M.%..Natoe l W 0-1 1 with rather unique results, in 'South Carolina, delivered the .

that all officers were unanimously final address Saturday morning. ," r 3510 OLIVE ST. LOUIS 3, MO.


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... I.., THf flOA/DA STA .. Hovembtr 10. 1954



Apostolic ,Church Of God Christ. Holds Sixth Annual Meet



lisM, H. Cnper'I', Mencrief Needlework. Club Plans Charitable Christmas Contributions II

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The Apostolic Church of God "i< ]--, :
In Christ located at 1205 W. 22nd "y n.kh. 4 'h \ :f'j:: .: j

St, will hold its Sixth Annual ,v ; ..
Convocation beginning Monday, f ,
Nov. 19, with Bishop M. C. H. li .ya. iIl. ;
'
Cooper officiating. : : ,

The introductory sermon will ,. :;f "' it i% 1
be delivered by Elder H. McMil- 'xu .i. a :, .C} ; d :
lan Monday night at 8 p. m. after ,
,. y
which the State Superintendent
E. Holts will give her annual ad-
dress.

Tuesday night's service will, be s' a f 4 4.
in charge of the youth of the a
church. Mrs.. L. McMillan, presi-
,
dent of the group, ,will be in % :
x s. d #
charge. .
The, Mothers' Board will con- a, 't+ bke ; Y
duct Wednesday's .service. The 1i4J 5
sermon will be delivered at 8 p. : a
m. by Bishop J. H. NewbilL

A special business session will
be held Thursday, Nov. 22.At this
time reports from all groups will
PLAN YULE GIFTS Members of the Moncrief Needlework Club attending the meeting held recently at 1504-W. 20th Street are seen in the above photos
be forthcoming. The Rev. Mr. W.
making plans for Christmas contributions to the needy. Reading from left to right are: Mrs. Tuphane Jones. Mrs. Dorothy Blavlock.. Mrs. Eularlie Woods. Mrs. Idella I
.
I..Bell will deliver the sermon on
Mays. Mrs. Minnie Williams. Mrs. Florence Rush. Mrs. Victoria Clark and Mrs. Lula Floyd.
this occasion. _.
Friday, Nov. 23, will be devoted -
to platform sermons, with St. Luke Baptist Set DISTRICT SLATESANNIVERSARY Anniversary PlannedBy Anniversary Set Anniversary Planned Women's Day Sunday
the missionary societies in charge j

of the services on this date. Annual Choir Recital EVENT Mt. Bethel ChoirChoir By Singing GroupThe By Choir Number Two jI I At State Temple

Elder W. G. McLendon will de- !r Of Mt. Vernon ChurchChoir .
+" liver the sermon at the regular Plans. are being completed by iVttf Mt Bethel Baptist Annual women's day will be
., morning worship services Sunday, Choir 1 of,St .Luke' Baptist members of District No: 3 of Sec- Church will observe its 27th an- Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers observed Nov. 11 throughout the
Nov '2S. beginning at o'clock. Church will present 'its annual ond Baptist Church for the observance niversary Nov. 19'at 8 p.'m. in the will celebrate their anniver- 2 of Mt Vernon Baptist day in the Church of God in
of the 27th anniversaryof church auditorium.' sary Sunday at 9 p. m. inthe Church will observe its 19th anni- Christ State Temple, 338 Chelsea
Bishop.Cooper states that he isanticipating recital Monday.at 8'p. ml
the unit Sunday at 3 m. Nov.
p. Appearing on the will Elks Auditorium 712 W. Duval versary Nov. 19 at 8 p. m. with a St., with the general chairman
a stimulating and The choir has made final 18, in the home of Deacon and program
prepa Street. well prepared program to be pre- Mrs. Julia Robinson presiding.Mrs. .
inemo be the Rev. B. W. Williams, -
>able meeting and an- pastor
Mrs. Kincey Thomas, 968 W.
rations with minor detail
nounces the close of the confer- eveI'J1' choir 1 of Bethlehem Baptist, Appearing on the program will sented. Sadie Fedd will serve as
Union Street.
ence Sunday night He will deliver being ironed out for 'the recital Mrs. Helen Dixon and Mrs. S. be the McCall Singers Johnson There many well known per- guest superintendent. The lesson
Deacon Thomas will also ob-
his annual sermon at this Mrs. Louise B. Whitaker presi' Quart erman. and Johnson Singers, Ethel I sonalities who will appear on this will be reviewed by Mrs. J. J.
dent and Miss'Maggie Armstrong, serve his 15th.year as the head of -
Davenport Bannister,-the Mt Ara- program. Many of them have appeared Murray.The .
time and make appointments forthe Mrs. Alice Burroughs, Mrs. C.
the choir director have worked the district, which has been one
coming years.Miss hard and of the most active districts in the L Williams, who will introducethe rat Quintet Sons of Prayer, Sonsof on various programs morning address will be
very diligently along Jubilee, Gospel Crusaders, Gos- throughout the city, on different delivered
speaker of the evening. The by Mrs. Bertha Hayes,
,. Eloise Griffin.will furnish with 'the members to be readyfor church under his leadership. I
Rev. H. M. Morse'will deliver the pel Echoes the Latimore Singers, occasions. : who will be introduced by Mrs.
The,officers of the district
vocal music for the convention. this annual event. serv-
a ing with Deacon Thomas are: address. the Celestial SingersSinging The: president of the choir together I Vernell Holmes. Mrs. Alice Bur-

.. Mrs. Grace Clark, president; Mrs. The Mt. Ararat Baptist Choir 3, Angels Starlight Singers, Madam with the members have issued roughs will be guest soloist. Music
r Cole Hartsfield, Gordon Singersand invitations to the public to: will be furnished by the Female
the Male Chorus, Choir
Abyssinia
Maggie Singleton, recording sec-
: retary; Mrs. Eula Evans, finan- 1 of St Paul, Baldwin, Mrs. Ruby Essie Mae Scott. join with them in this observance.i Chorus with Mrs. Sadie Fields

; ;: cial secretary; Mrs. Minnie Tom- Allen, president of the choir. The Making an appearance on the Jeffries as guest organist.The .
blin, treasurer; Mrs. Cornelia closing remarks will be made by program will be Mrs. Gussie young people will have
:PUBLIC; SERVICE Haddock, and Mrs. Annie Bell the pastor. Paige, Milton Hood, who will Rev. W. CummingsTo charge of the afternoon program
S lt Thomas, deaconesses. serve as the Dean of Hostessesand with Mrs. Sara Davis as guest
b Invitations have. been sent to Melvin Grace; the Deacon. Conduct BaptismalThe speaker. Other participants are:
the various groups of the city and Serving as master of ceremonieswill Miss Eunice Dooper, the Junior
- The truest ..,relsio. of our,calling. U the friends to, share .in this celebra- Harmony Baptist be C. Parham Johnson Rev. Mr. William Cummings Choir of Mt Ararat, Jordan

aid that we can give U alleviating! life'. tion with District 3. Advance tickets may be purchased pastor of West Union Bap- Singers, the Female Chorus of
greatest tragedy., This we are trained to do; Sets Revival Heel at the Hollywood Music tist Church, will officiate at the Zion Hope Baptist Church, the
far this .we have befit ..<1 Famished "a I Store, Catherine Hooks Cafe on Baptismal services to be held at Latimore Singers, the Hines Singers
...MM away from home" for your convenience. Baptist Brotherhood Ashley Street Dr. Crooms, Me- the church Sunday morning! Nov. Miss Gloria Brown, Mrs. O.
Revival services will begin at ,harry Ave., 706 Dewitt Street, 11. B. Mobley and Miss Estelle
We are always open to suggestions as to how Meets At Bethel
,' Harmony Baptist Church, locatedon : 1611 E. 22nd St, the Bradford Music will be furnished by the Washington.Mrs. .
I' this service better meet needs.
w can your The Baptist Ministers. Brother- the corner of Second and Tyler Home, E 22nd St, 825 W. Monroe Gospel Chorus, under the direc- Hattie I, James will be .
1 hood will meet 11 o'clock Mon-. Streets, Sunday; Nov. 11, 10:00a. :Street and every member of the tion of Mrs. Maggie Black. guest speaker for the evening
m, and will continue for the group. worship and will be introducedby
day, Nov. 12, at Bethel Baptist Deaconess Board 2 will meet
Hilmes ad West Fueral Home Church. next ten nights. This will be a night of singing Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. in Mrs. Bernice Pugh.Mrs .
The Rev Mr. C. A. Weaver will The Rev.. Mr. George Weaver, with favorite groups singing favorite the home of Mr. & Mrs. James ::'E. D. Nesbitt will serve as
W. P. Holmes,, Jr. Directors Alphonso West ,bring- the preview and the Rev. pastor of First Baptist Church in songs of the music lovers:' Bell, 1623 W. 33rd St. pastor of the day.
% Mr. G. T. McCall will be the orderof Hendersonville, N. C, will deliver In order to avoid the rush at the
Telephone PO 5-1641 the day. the sermon at the Sunday morn- door, the Heavenly Fire Singersare

2719' W. Edgewood Avenue Magnolia Gardens The Rev. Mr H. H. Robinson is ing worship and throughout the asking the public to purchase You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
President of the organization and revival. Music will be furnished tickets early.
24-Hour Ambulance Service Off-Street Parking I the Rev. Mr. Jt W. Miller is reporter Sunday by the Roberta Martin

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It. ; Financial Campaign Kickoff For Urban League .*




c'.' ;Ctal Set Ai- $$25,000 Cash, Pledges Washington groups and, Parents-Teachers clubs; Mrs. Mary As- I Pythians And Calanthes Plan For State Meet I IIt It ** d

sociations and Messrs. James
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Drive Exieids Through January 15 Smith and E. Douglas unions. *

Julius Bowman, Executive Sec-
retary of the League who will *
The Jacksonville Urban League will hold its initial campaign !
serve as coordinator of the drive *
meeting at Bethel Baptist Church on Thursday November 15, 7:30 p. .
stated that the Jacksonville Urban -
nx, Jo launch the drive for operational funds for the 1957 fiscal year. is *
: the of
League only agency tr
-This step is necessary because I I _
its kind in this locality that works *
Another feature of the drive
the-local Community Chest Withdrew -
I toward bringing community improvement -
its financial aid to the Lea- will be testimonials from promi ; ,
solely by stimulating
4
nent citizens of Jacksonville on
better racial understanding and :
gue.The announcement comes from the splendid work done by the ut-
cementing relationships betweenthe
Dr. James H. Lewis Honorary League during the past nine yearsin ro
races.
Chairman of. the City-wide Committee the area of social welfare
Dr. Warren W. Schell Jr., in-the Financial Campaign The Jacksonville Urban League Hk
(Chairman of the Board of Directors Assisting will be the vice-ahairman- which is non-partisan in its activities t<< "
is in its location in the
and members of the Board, of the City-wide Committee, the new _.6 *,;,,r
Afro-American Life Insurance
who have set the goal,at $25,000to j
Rev. Mr. J. C. Sams Bishop W.
; Building Annex, 109 E. Union St,
be obtained in cash. and R. Sr. Dr. Albert Kiss- r
Nesbitt
Room No. 1. The staff consists of ..
.
pledges. The drive will continue ling I. H. Burney, II, Secretaryand Executive ,. FcpsI Cap t.
Junius A. Bowman, '
through January 15, 1957. J. E. Higdon, Treasurer. Secretary Mrs. Ruth Leapheart, LE:( ; ..dinc :jr-o*.
;
A special feature of the kick- make ear
off meeting will be the awardingof The.following persons will workin Volunteer r v j c e s Secretary; ,... .. .. .. community
the campaign in the areas Miss J. V. Monroe Administrative .. ....:,:.. .. ... ,:. *hid,.Uve.
a special citation to Turner .,.,_. .. ... .
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Ra ford, recent recipient of The specified. Mrs. I. E.Villiams, Secretary; and Mrs. Pearl L. Mil- .' ,.."...',.".";:,:,,,,,.,,.;" ." .... ... ... ',.... '. '. '
Hero for Chairman: of Special Gifts; Mr. ler, Volunteer Worker in the Department -
Carnegie Fund Award .. *
James Genwright, retail stores; of Community Organization ';' -'
risking his life unselfishly to save ----
three persons from a' burning Mr. F. Henry Williams, real estate PLANNING FOR STATE MEET Officers and members of the Court *- -

building. Mr. Turner will make dealers; Dr James R. Hen "Citizens of Jacksonville and Knights of Pythias of Tallahassee are shown as they met recently in the Capital *
the first contribution to the Urban derson, professional workers; William Duval County interested in the the Grand Lodge session for which the local groups will serve as hosts and
H Adams, III, and D. W. continuous improvement of the *
'League's' financial drive in From left are: Mrs. Mamie Strong. Vincent Johnson. R. L. Williams. }.
Perkins, attorneys at law; The community are urged to attend
appreciation for the part it playedin *
ranner. Mrs. Annie Baldwin and Leroy Osborne. ,
bringing the facts of the incident Rev. Mr. Robert H. Wilson, the meeting at Bethel Baptist
to, the attention of Mayor churches; Dr. J.. Irving E. Scott, Church Thursday evening to help *
schools; Mrs. Olga Bradham and make the Urban League's. Finan- *
Haydon Burns 'and the Carnegie
Heroic Act Commission Mrs. Vanonan Schell, social cial Campaign a great success. Final Plans Made Baltimore Colts' *

For St. Philip's SLATES
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.. Lenny Moore Is
Annual BazaarThe

V Feed your baby Great Team Man 9 The of ifif

Parish Council of St. Philips will be
Episcopal is conducting the "- in the *

Annual Bazaar scheduled for No- BALTIMORE Lenny Moore. Some
ft
CARNATIONAmerica's vember 14 and 15 at the Wilder one of the greatest backfield starsto ists who : 1; = *

Park Recreation Center. ever carry the pigskin for Penn will are *

...' -: Activities will begin at 7:30 State, but who was refused his ington, Shirley of the *

each evening, .with the grand justful rights to national acclaim Mrs. mem is
prize being awarded on the final while playing at Penn State has St. I a *
V night.Members'. proved to the football world that Heavenly Speech treas- *
he is the worthy successor to Mrs.
ot' the Parish Coun-
L Buddy Young, of the *
one greatest Echoes
cil who will be serving at the
S "healthy various booths are given as follows scatbacks in football history. Mrs. *
baby"milk I
: Alonzo Davis, Men's Club; Gaining pro football stardom as general
auction booth and dancing, Mrs. a rookie in the same year that
Beulah Hughes; cake and ice Young retired, and playing for the ;
cream, Mrs. Marie Stewart; din- same team. Moore already has established iliaries

ner and food Mrs. Cora Ross; himself as a threat in

novelties, Mrs. Blanche John- any game. .

; 4 a V 21i' stone; fancy table Mrs. Lucy. In a recent game against the II Rose .

Milton Sams;country store, Frank Green Bay Packers, Moore practically -

a .$xV Chatman; fish pond and wishing ran the Packers dizzy with To V' ".
I
well Mrs. R. E. Smith. his speed and cunning ball carry-.
'
.,Dr-J. E. Bush end W. W John ing. The fans themselves stood With

son are serving as chairman and in awe watching the dazzling
$ ? speed of Moore. Many of the fans
co-chairman, respectively, of the NEW
___ Bazaar had seen the great play of Buddy! Dodgers
Young shouted with glee as Moore. have
duplicated the great little scat- K. Ox, JR.

Wailer Awarded back. who Hie:* School Johnson
Lenny is the only reminder of i for their CROSS'W,
an honor stu-
little Buddy when he was reallyin John and his extra
$104,000 Damages his prime. Moore is a great I' the activities In the in
favorite in Baltimore. The Balti- all of of the
com
Railroad more Colts will not win the lea nella: Is a member of
s Or e ,'' Against i No. 76
B
gue championship, but they can i by the
always furnish plenty of thrills i the
NEW YORK A dining car on the field of play with Lenny: ing *

I steward won an award"of $104,000 Moore taking up where Buddy years old *
last week in a decision by Superior Young left off
Court Judge Richard Hughes I *

.in I_ Elizabeth, N. J. Helps KM)And Char It *
The judge ruled that the Penn- x
a'x '
*
sylvania Railroad must pay the IIchySkit Rash!
steward for falsely accusing him A *

of taking a piece of ham from a Zemo a doctor's antiseptic septic itching, *
dining car three years ago. promptly relieves itching,stops Eczema
The plaintiff Carl Jorgenson, scratching and so helps heal and Athlete's *
60*, of Elizabeth N. J. was required clear surface rashes. Bay Extra fag and *
to resign;after he was accused Strength Zem.for zemo log of
I stubborn cases I I
of the theft June 16, 1953. *
He sued and won an $80.000 ver.-
r *
L diet. The railroad appealed and

lost once, before'last week's deci- *
: .
RI J9 sion.Judge Hughes denied appeal fora MEN AND BOY'S *

trp4 : new trial, but suggested Jorgenson ; = *

accept a $60,000 fee. He did. 100% WOOL of also the *
Then the railroad granted a
second trial. was Sport Jackets . march.- and Y- *

Tyrone Washington.,ColumblaSi.awinne/la the Carnation Hometown Hea/lhy Baby ContestS This wrongful time Jorgenson discharge got; $44,000for $5,000 Long Sleeve Sport Shirts .. :: .r she. *

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OUT OF 10 MOTHERS who feed their form of milk for your baby's bottle. compensatory; $50,000 for libel Dress Sox -. ..
babies a Carnation formula saY"My The safest and most digestible. Yes and slander and$5,000 for unlawful *

doctor recommended it." Your own mother..you can put your.trust in imprisonment and puni-. Fall Dress Slacks '. .
tive damages.
doctorknowsCarnation.too..knows Carnation. It's the milk of healthy Heavy Duty Sweatshirts .. .( ,,.. Pepsi.
It's the world's most nourishing babies everywhere! .. th,.. Mart
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FRATERNAL NOTES 125 W. Boy Street d Merit Award
Pepsi Cola.

V BEST BRAND FOR Pallbearers Grand Union Lodge Saturday WRHC 1400 10 .

224 will meet Monday. Nov. 12th, -

YOUR COOKING s at 7:30 p. m. in the Walters Me- RITZ
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Mrs. Lauretta Blount is the reporter -
AND COFFEE TOO I FRIDAY SATURDAY -
and Mrs. E. M. Campbellis First Raw .'Bewenr

the president.If "FIGHTING TROU

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coffee,fruits and -' 's'0f"CoeMatd' Pkyk ... Extra Special ao..s Feature ..
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pa': Six TH FLOUOA STAR Saturday November 10, 19S
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-Putnam C.Nntysws George ,Schiyler 1 I Jaxons In U. S. Arm yAir' Forcer STANTON GROUP :1- :


...: : ATTEND CONFERENCEMrs. :
BT E. J. VBSENH : J. .
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'. *.Msdisoa Sfre f,'Papa&a.'FloridaFLOS Writes :Q* RaceBOOKET : f / ';, 1 i

East I-IIIS R Mary B. Mitchell, chairman ,. ...1 i

and members of the Home- a'' .,=:

T. WASHINGTON making Education Department of "i'\
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A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK I.
BIRTHPLACE VA.-The lowest '
New Stanton Senior High School :}
"Opportunity never comes. If here. ebb of race relations in America \
,'< attended the State Conference for 1
in the >.. -
Last week Mrs. Gil Wright who is Ihe wife of Professor H. H. came period following the JL. ''' ,. ,": Teachers of Homemaking Educa- J '
Wright identified herself after her attention was called to her War Between'the States when the Kt- \: -sL ;; i t f &iiI tion, held in Miami. .J'

description by Mrs. F. R. Brooks. Mrs. Wright is'.the very efficient Negro denial of""faced the great almost promise complete of Ilt 1j-:, ,, :: fi .. > \c. _. a ; .
secretary of Central Acad my.High. SchooL She was -very grateful at the Sir John Hotel and was ';
freedom and seemingly ex- COMPLETE BASIC TRAINING The young men in the above photos are Jacksonville resi- j
to the Florida Star for the passes. sponsored by the'Home Economics j
termination' writes George S. dents who have recently completed their basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base. Texas.
This week we are sending out section of the State Depart- .it,
Schuyler, noted traveler and bril- Pictured from left to right are: George C. Williams. 18. son of Mr. & Mrs. James L. Williams. Sr. 1516 .
an invitation to a very charming of the Greater St. Joseph Baptist ment of Education. Teachers from
liant editorial writer for the W, 15th St.; Robert Davis. 18. son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Donaldson. 2410 W. Lincoln Court: Richard E.
young lady who has lived in Pa- Church of Philadelphia will be in various schools in the state were
PITTSBURGH 'COURIER in a Andrews. 18. son of.Mrs. Rosa A. Bryant. 1234 W. Monroe St.: Allen L. Gihbs. 18 son of Mrs. Edna
latka most of her life with the the State through the 16th of this represented according to Mrs.
special article on the Booker T. Moore. RL 9. Box 425-R: and Clarence L. Brazil, son of Mrs. Edna Lockett. 3334 Moncrief Road.
exception of a few months re- month. He is conducting a ten- Mitchell.
Washington Centennial which is
cently spent in New York City. night meeting at Edgar in Put-
now appearing in all Others attending the confer-
She lives with Tier widowed- nam County. His many friends over the country. newspapers James Weldon Johnson Fernandina Beach Illinois Loses Peaks ence from Stanton were Mrs. I
ther. She is now employed at the are glad to see him.

oldest cafe in Palatka. Recentlythis Schuyler's' current appraisal of Names Honor ,StudentsThe TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH For Rest Of Season "Georgia Folson and B. Mrs.Snyder A.,L.Mrs.Jenkins.Sarah

young lady enjoyed a very Mr. and"Mrs. Frank Wilkersonare Booker T. Washington is one of

pleasant visit to the Florida Star the proud parents of a son many articles contributed by I OBSERVES WOMEN'S DAY Because Of InjuriesEAST Mrs. Mitchell reported that the
!
James Weldon Johnson Methodist Church will
office in Jacksonville. She always born on October 15th at the J and leading writers which will be Trinity theme of.the conference was "Im-
Junior High School releases its hold its annual Women's Day observance -
buys the Florida Star every Fri- R Nursing and Maternity HospitaL published in connection with the proving Instruction in Homemaking -

day night. I hope she will recognize He has been named Reginald. Centennial of Washington's birth first Honor Roll for the 1956-57 Sunday, Nov. 11, begin- LANSING, Mich.- Clar- Education," which set the

herself so she can get twopasses Floyd. it was announced today by SidneyJ. school term. The announcement ning at 10 o'clock. ence Peaks, star Michigan State pace for the program outlined for
comes at the end of the first six- Mrs. Lottie Williams will be
to the movies. Phillips Commission president. halfback will be out of football the occasion She stated also that

Mrs. Inez Smith of Lake City weeks period. guest superintendent for Sunday competition for the rest of the the objectives of the assemblywere

The men of Calvary Baptist was in the city recently visiting "What the Negro needed (in The ,minimum requirement for School and Mrs. Sarah McWhite season because of a torn cartilagein :
the 1890's) was time and weaponsto the Honor Roll is a 3.0 averagein instructor at Peck High School his left knee.
her mother-in-law Mrs. Emma
Church will be in charge of the To develop a better understanding
combat the evil influences of each subject pursued by an will speak'at the 11 o'clock wor-
services all day Sunday beginningwith Dr. James S., Feurig. the team of the socio-economic
his enemies and detractors" said individual. ship service. Mrs. Willie M. Ash-
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. physician, said Peaks will be ope- changes taking place in family life
ParkST. Schuyler "He needed ley and Mrs. Annie B. Wade will
reassuranceof '
,Orange
Professor Saxton, principal of Special recognition is given to rated on. He added that while the and the contribution home eco-
his participate in the service along
Dunbar will be the potentialities, opportunities, Joyce Steney, Jacqueline Toms, senior halfback's college football education
High SchooJ', ,nomics may make in
and a for realizing them. with the Peck High Glee Club.;
guest speaker at the 11 a. m serv- JOHNS BAPTIST program Betty Davis and Cheryl Ford, who service will be days are over, he may be able to view of these changes: ; to aid
Booker T. Washington supplied Evening conducted '
ice.,Chester Shell of Hawthornewill OBSERVES ANNIVERSARYSt. both." made straight "A" averages. by the male members of play pro football next season. teachers in developing a better

for the John Church will Peaks was injured in the game
be guest speaker Baptist Seventh Grade the church, with Leonard Coakley understanding of the vocational

evening services at 7 p. m. Dea. begin its 15th anniversary observ- Schuyler, who has one of the Jimmie Bailey, 3.3; Leron Bat- serving as general chairman. against Illinois. .program, and to acquaint teachers ..

E. J. Vreen is general chairmanfor ance Monday night, Nov. 12, with most extensive records for per- tles, 3.2; Martin Burns, 3.2; Marva The loss of Peaks is a terrible with techniques in teaching and

the day. All men of the city the Rev. Mr. A. Anderson of sonal investigations of racial dis- Denson, 3.0; Lillian King 3.5; blow to the team the coach said. !in management.

are asked to come to Calvary Friendship and the Rev. Mr. B. H. orders' in this country and Latin Brenda Roulhac 3.2; Harriet PALATKAWEEKLY

Sunday. Ladies are always wel- Hartley of Friendly Baptist America, and who led in the denunciation Howell, 3.3; Sam Jordan Byrts, -, ,

come. Church conducting the services. of Communism among 3-0; Gloria Daniels, 3.2; Melvin WORSHIP SERVICES

The Rev. Mr. L. M. Jones, pas- Negroes, claims that "all friendsof Dennis 3-0; Dorothy Green 3.7; T ANNOUNCED BY PASTORThe

The many friends of Mrs. Mo- tor of the First African Baptist the Negro should extend themselves Barbara Harris 3.5; Margie Kelly, Church jof God in .Christ :Bob HudsonAND

zella Robinson will be glad to Church Green Cove Springs, and (during this Centennial 3.3; McKinnie 3.2; Celia Ann Mil announces weekly wo ship'.serv-

know that she is convalescing in the Rev. Mr. Robert Brooks, pas- Year) to publicize the philosophyand ler, 3.8; Rosetta Johnson, 3.0;Ver- ices, held each Tuesday, Thurs-

her home after being ill for the tor of the Greater Zion Grove programs of this inspiredman necia Paul, 3-0; Roberta Bacon, day and Sunday.A .

past two weeks. Baptist Church Wesconnett, will who did so much to help resolve 3.2; Betty Lou Jones, 3.5; Robert special program:will be pre-

conduct services Tuesday night.. the racial conflict in Amer- Lewis,'3.0; Geraldine Roberts 3.3; sented at the church Sunday No- .

Rev. J. P. Morris closed his 3rd _Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church ica." Betty Long, 3.0; Carolyn Thorpe, vember 10, when the youth of the Sugar Sugar SugarCOMING

year -pastor of Bethel AME and Mt. Zion AME Church of With the hope that a return to 3.0; Betty Jenkins, 3.0; James church honor the pastor. Partici- ,

Church, Palatkau The pastor left Green Cove Springs, will worshipa his sane fundamental teachings Gwyn, 3.2; Rufus Harmon, 3.0; pants on the program will include

for Jacksonville Tuesday night the church. These churches are Shirley Tucker, 3.0 Gwendolyn the Gannison Specials of Willis-
;
again be shown in
where he is attending the East sponsored by Choirs 1 and 2 of St. may day race relations, President present Phil- Smith 3.5;. Norweida Williams, ton the Hughes Specials of Ala- YOUR WAY

Florida Annual Conference.The John Baptist 3.0 John Thomas Betsch 3.3 chua and the Swanne Juniors of
lips said that Goodwill Building ; ;
The R v. Mr. Jerry Haymon of Gainesville. Evangelist R. L.
Julius Demps, 3.0 Ronald Galvin
;
Christmas Cards containing
many friends of Mrs. Ethel Little Rock Baptist Church, San- cial written by BookerT. a spe- 3.0; Angela King 3.0; Jacquelyn Lambert is sponsor of the groups. 7:00 to 9:00 A.M.

Smith will learn with regret that dersviUe and the Rev. Mr. H. H. message Madry 3.0 Windsor McIntosh "Youth Night" will be held
be secured ;
she is ill at her homer; 916 Reid Wright of First Baptist Church, from Washington Booker Washington may Birth- 3.0; Rosa Nell Randolph, 3.2; Pau- Nov. 17, and Evangelist R. L. 6:00 .to 7:00 P.M.OVER .

Street Jacksonville Beach, will conduct Lambert will be honored on this
la Roberts 3.2
Bettye Taylor
place, Virginia. Business firms in ; -
services Thursday night. The two communities where race relationsare 3.0; and George Whipple, 3.3. occasion.proceeds front the event
Mrs. Doris Manning spent last ministers are sponsored by the will. go toward assisting him togo
week-end with her mother in Usher and Pulpit Aid Boards. strained and leaders on both Eighth Grade to Memphis Tenn. Elder J.

Sanford. The Rev. Mr. W. M. Daniels of sides of racial controversy may. Delores Drayton, 3.0; Sandra ,Clark is sponsor of the event.
use these cards to advantage.WOBS .
First Baptist Church Mandarin, Duncan, 3.7; Elaine Rose 3.5;An- : Elder D., R. Benny is pastor of WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

Mrs. Corene Ellis has been confined and St. James AME Church, nie Loretta Young 3.5Erma; the church.

to bed at her home. 910 Reid Orange Park, will conduct serv- Badger, 3.3; Harriet. Carter, 3.0;

Street since returning from Gor. ices Friday night The Deaconess Edith Home, 3.2; Orzie Hilliard ONLY ALL NEGRO

gia two weeks ago where she attended Board and Missionary Society are 3.0; Bennie Nesmith 3.0; Rose ACHim MISCLES PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION

. the funeral of her brother." sponsors of the night services. PROGRAM SCHEDULE Marie Tolbert 3.5; Gwendolyn

The celebration will end Sunday MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE Scruggins, 3.2; Edith Quick, 3.7; "t.ll.vo Mine of tirod. son osliiaf ...

Rev. P. L. Walker formerly of I Nov. 18 when the Rev. Mr. ; (OCTOBER) Wilma Small, 3.5; Marvin Wil- .rTANIACK...Httt aT ANaACK.*.fort,U tablets brfctf er eondeetMeeslN. powder "1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"1oohe'

Green Cove Springs, but has lived W. S. People of New Hope Bap- CMSijn' tt- On liams,' 3.2; Carol Blackmon, 3.8; ..beNSU the STANtACK fenMt
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in
for several years Philadelphia tist Church will have charge of Heaven's Road (Deacon Geraldine Blissett, 3.8; Kate Lois ...
Grace) orsflab fee hA NIW fill.
arrived in Jacksonville by plane services. 7t- 7:03 News & Weather Boyd 3.8; Juanita Petty, 3.2; Leon

:last Monday. Thp popular pastor During the week visiting ministers I-T3The! ItJ News KM ft.Weather(Bob Hudson) Lauray, 3.0; William Akery, 3.3;

.-.: will be accompanied by the 43-1:45:4S9M TeenJe The Kid Weenie(Bob Hudson Time ) John Monroe, 3.2; Julia Hill, 3.0;

Learn Commercial-Art choirs, ushers and congregations.OLUSTEE f* -'133 News *Weather Julius Moore 3.0; Rosa Turks,

llf-l 93-lM.*3 Jnmpin News A with Weather Johnny Shaw 3.0; Ronald Raines, 3.2;; Ralph

G.Staff f.AfntQVtD AarttiM 1 *>-11M News Gospel 6 Train WeatberlIt3UtI No. 1l1:1tl1OJ Stephens, 3.0; Juanita Williams,

Gospel Train No. 112U 3.3; Clara Clark, 3.5; Carol Davis,
AMERICAN n* Local News
(Yvonne r
Daniels) 3.2; Betty Hayes, 3.0; Frances
SCHOOL OF ART HEALING REVIVAL AT 12li-LJM Public Service Show Mostey 3.0; Betty Davis 4-0;
12:3* 12:4S Job Mart Yvonne
CHURCH OF GOD ( Daniels)
Moved T.' New Location 12ti144 Woman's World (Yvonne Cheryl Ford, 4.0; Victor Holman,
106 EAST' RAY STREET The Great Healing Revival Ser- Daniels).
140141 News ft Weather 3.3; Cora Bodison; 3.2; Carrie
24 Fleer vices are Deing held at the Churchof Z Wad to GetttetuucU
1:13ee Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon Frazier, 3.7; Audrey Groomes, .
Grace
)
God in Christ in Olustee with
Z:..*2:03 News ft Weather 3.7; Barbara Hit,S-S; Elijah Hamilton -

Evangelist R. L. Lambert of Lake 243340 Gospel Grace)Train No. 2 (Deacon 3.2;; Wilhelmina Grant, 3.3; The action of the 31th Congress of the United States, appropriating $225,000, to
ReiefofPAIN
1 g Alfred conducting the services. 340343' News ft Weather Don Hutchinson, 3.0; Forebia celebrate the centennial of Booker T. Washington, 'lends opportunity to reappraise the
J: J- 4H Jampin with Shaw
included Bro. J. S.Jones Johnny
Guests
440443 News ft Weather Searcy, 3.3; Catherine Williams, great educator's contribution to Negro advancement. -

and Elder G. Hughes from Jack. 5 ttS-5te:..: -'1:03 Jnaptn News ft with Weather Johnny Shaw :32; Naomi Williams 3.0; Erma To properly understand Booker T. Washington's historical role: it must be appreciatedthat

: sonville Alachua La-Cross, San- 5435:30 Jnmpin with Johnny' Shaw Jean Smith, 3.3; Lincoln Williams, he came to the forefront during the lowest ebb of race relations in America. At that

derson and McClenny. S30 Sign OffSUNDAY SCHEDULE 3.3; Jo Ann Kennerly, 3.5; Margaret time the Negro faced almost complete: denial of the great promise of freedom brought by the

Elder O. S. Anderson is pastorof (OCTOBER) ; Civil War and Reconstruction, and seemed facing extermination. .
I Nixon, 3.7 Robert Baylock,
.oN AMM .* MtAOACMC. NtUXAL. the Church of God in Christ in C40C4S(40 News Sign On ; What the Negro needed in the 18903" was time and weapons to combat the evil influ-
'.I A. NlUmm-w** STAN SACK TAB* A Weather 3.0; Shirley Bennifield, 3.0; Joyce
llT. .* *OW0IM, ftTANIACK U Olustee. *:03- 740 Heaven's Road (Deacon ence of his enemies and detractors. He needed reassurance of his potentialities op\artou-
*. Grace) Boddie, 3.2; George Champion, '
I.* tr UM hrw.UTAN* ities and a for realizing them.
...... 7:00-743 News ft Weather 3.8: program
lACK ss MftNI.4ican. .v. 3.5 Yvonne Frances Hicks,
743140. Heaven's Road Deacon ; ; Booker T. Washington supplied both. His diplomatic approach to relations stayedthe
s.Mi r.ln... fctta ... -r to take ..*.. race
'r. : Th* i..< .**.**_ .. than.Nt1LTIK P Uell. == S 40- 830 Oral Grace Roberts) Paulette"Owens, 8.3; Ellarene hand of. his enemies and revived the sympathy of his friends. Itwas time for compromise -

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Carolyn Terry, JacquelineToms ahead.
eN aipeaei.p e ; : tw..y 940-1040 Bishop S. C. Johnson ; harsh period
TM ANACK 5tiat .. =t oiloiuo wr 1040-10:30 Heavenly Fire Sinters 4.0; and Mary Ann Williams There being no place for the Negro to go; Washington advised him to stay where he
: : Temple of God
4 r,..a ::::-::;: Ethel Davenport 3.3. was to prepare himself to deal with the problems of his environment, and to make: a truce

;3' "'If'''' 1140-1143 1143-1240 Heaven's News ft Weather Road Ninth Grade with the surrounding white people. This meant discipline, education, sobriety health

tree ; 'Lf3OA"91HLVAHW 1240-1243 News ft: Weather industry and thrift .
ma ttIAIUIJI t 140-* -' let 143 News Heaven's ft Weather Road Lillian J. 'BryanV' 3.0; aisy The results of this campaign became universally evident, not only in the growth and

1431:15 Heaven's Road Andrews 3.0; Barbara Bonner expansion of the school which he founded but also in the organization of self-help efforts

1:15-1:30 1:30ZII Ml SAA1 Ararat Master Baptist Keys Church240S40 3.2; Gerald Cue, 3.0; Betty Rich- which redounded to Negro's advantage ahd made him a more valuable citizen in the

JAFCO Gospel Berne ardson, 3.5; George Knox, 3.0; community. ,.
t 3:00440:..- see Elder Bishop Charles E. H. Williams Beck Shirley Stafford 3.0; Erma Wig- It is therefore entirely fitting that in 1956 the centennial of the birth of Booker T.
Article' in Reader's Digest 'Reveals 540530 Rev. L Jordan cabin in Franklin that all friends of the
530040 Heaven's Read gins, 3.0; Myrna Wilson, 3.2; Jac- Washington in a slave County, Virginia Negro
should extend themselves to publicize the philosophy and
SATURDAY SCHEDULE quelyn McMillan, 3.2; Patricia programsof
t > (OCTOBER) who did much resolve the racial
this to
inspired man so help
TensionsIi
Pre-Menstnial 3.0 Gloria 3.3
Jittery tie SUn On Shipp. ; Chester ;
conflict in America.
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COS740 Heaven's Road ; Under the sponsorship of the Booker T. Washington Centennial

So Often Needless Misery! 743-840 740-743 News The Kid ft (Weather Bob Hudson) Paige. 3.0; Sandra Cummings' 3.0; Commission ot Booker Washington Birthplace, Va., headed-by the
a 840- 843 News ft Weather Mae Foreman* 3.0
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Army Urged Cancel Tulane Game Because Of Race Ban



The ban on race mixing passedby
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the Louisiana Legislature earlyin
LiMlsitia's Law Weili contest will be considered strictly 1956 and went into effect last
LajwseStfregiled Race Ban Hurls
SPORTINGhOP local and cannot hope to be tele- Oct. 15. The new law since its

I vised nationally. ABC-TV had passing has had serious throw-

.. Seaiiig For Kegrtes Sugar Bowl GameLouisiaia formerly carried the game to the backs to the Sugar Bowl events'

I nation. financially.
BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON
NEW YORK Citing Louisiana's new Jim Crow law which la

would impose segregated seating of Negro Army personnel and other Since sports were inauguratedfrom forward he is rated among the top

colored spectators, Roy Wilkins executive secretary of the National years back, there has ,beena 10 in the division. Suppose the I
Association for the Advancement of Colored People, has urged Secretary method of rating the particular fight gamy could call to action I I, NEW YORK The race ban PLANNING A XMAS PARTY ?

of the Army Wilber M. Brucker "to order withdrawal of the sports event and the particular again 'such men as Billy Conn in sports in Louisiana, is causingthe

Army team from Tulane' (football) game" scheduled for November 16 performer, and ratings are only Tommy Fair Max Baer Jim I I Sugar Bowl game to lose its LAY AWAY NOW FOR XMASAt

in'New Orleans. used as a determining factor as to Braddock and place them in the appeal nationally and also its Regular Prices
Since enactment of this law. I I the leadfer in any particular ring today with leading contend nationwide television revenues.

Mr..Wilkins pointed out in a telegram tournaments at New Orleans account eveut. ers where would the ratings fall? From reports that are being circulated -

to Secretary Brucker. sev- new law. Several seasons At present the eyes of the It is not the purpose of this column far and wide indicate that LIQUOR GOING UP
eral northern and 'midwestern ago Navy football team refused to the "Bowl's" New Year's Day
sports fan are on the boxing gamein to discredit any of the pres-
universities and' colleges have appear in New Orleans unless which man puts muscle and ent day'f ighters, because they are football game is expected to feature Starting November' 1st

cancelled both football and bas- segregation was waived. In viewof brain against muscle and brain to the best we have, and the only two Southern schools, due to SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD

ketball, games with Louisiana these precedents. Army appear- collect a huge fortune.: On many thing that can be done is to use the failure of its sponsors to se- YOUR PURCHASE TIL XMAS
teams. For the West Point cadetsto
ance would be conspicuous en- occasions the question has been what we have. The prize fight cure Northern colleges for com-

participate in a game under dorsement of racial segregation. raised as to how one is rated game today is like an old shoe it petition. The Northern schools are ALL POPULAR BRANDS and '
these circumstances he said Because armed services policy of against another. What are the de- may not have %ny bottom in it opposed to the jim crow ban,

"would be conspicuous endorse-" no segregation would be violated termining factors in teh case? whatever, but it probably is the which prohibits the'use of Negro LARGE SELECTION OF DECANTERSat
ment of racial segregation. we call to order withdrawal members of their teams.
upon you In the case of present day fighters best we have but our best would
The text of Mr: Wilkins telegram of Army team from Tulane -
The of two Southern
how can they be properly not keep our feet from being on prospect theSILVER -
dispatched on October 31, game.IIPrices rated against the fighters of the the ground. teams playing in the game, the '
follows:
yesteryears? Much argument has Back to the days of the one and I STARDRIVEIN
"In newspaper interview yesterday !
Coach Earl Blaik of Army Are Fixed been offered in the question. In only Joe Louis who took on all ACHING MISCLES
discussion from the comers -anytime they
any people on were
football team is quoted as'saying Rdiws! ..'.. .. tIHI, LIQUORS
street coiners, in the barber brought in. He had to come sere aching mush -
game with Tulane will be played For with STAN BACK.tablets or pewtfer*
Heavyweight shcops, the pool rooms and every- through such toughies as Jim STANBACK acts fart to fcrii*cemfertiiiar (
November 16 in New Orleans regardless 5668 Avenue 'B' Phone
,
PO 4-9192
Braddock Primo Schmel-' U f. hMaiiM the STAN BACK formula
where will hear Canero
you people say ; .
of new Louisiana law en- .... I.. several .r..... tiM type to.
forcing strict racial segregation of Boat Chicago there is no fighter at present who ling Max Baer Arturo Godoy, gredients fer fact relief .. ......
can' with Paulino Uzoudin Charley Retz-
players and spectators. He says compare Jack Dempsey
when,the Manassa Mauler was in laff Billy Conn Tony Galento ,
Army has no Negro players on CHICAGO The International
his prime. Who would dare dispute Tommy Farr, Lee Ramage and
team and therefore can proceed. Boxing Club has made the announcement
this statement? anybody else {they brought before
Blaik also quoted as saying deci- that ringside seats at <. i ,-ri.
sion on segregation of spectators the Archie Moore-Floyd Patterson Looking back into the era of him.When -

would be one of policy, to be set heavyweight bout to be held in Dempsey Sharkey Tunney and one was rated during the 4y k4 :; .
tied on higher level National the Chicago Stadium Nov. 30 has the others of that day, where days of the heavy fighting one -'" ":- ...

Association for the Advancementof been fixed at $30 each. would one place Tommy "Hurri had to fight his way to the top ...
Colored People calls your attention The fighters came to terms at a cane" Jackson Bob Boker the No. then fight to stay on top. When a "w- z 1- .

to fact that under Louisi- meeting held at the Bismark 2 and 3 ranking contenders for man was rated he had to come fi.. : -

ana law non-white Army person- Hotel Attending the meetingwere heavyweight honors? How long up through the'rough, with. many :
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%
nel will be segregated at Tulane Truman Gibson IBC secre- wouldeither one stay in a ring battle scars. !

game as well as any relatives or tary; Frank Gilmer chairman of with Dempsey Max Schmelling. When fight fans look over the .- ...-
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friends of such personnel Also the Illinois Athletic Commission Louis Firpo Gene Tunney Jack situation and compare the fighters ;

that question is. involved of en- under whose supervision the fight Sharkey or even Harry Wills? with the ratings they either for- 4 rY

dorsement of and' cooperationwith will be presented; Arthur Wirtz, The answer would be a matter of get about the fighters or the rat
humilating racial segregation IBC director; Charley Johnston opinion but in either case it is ings. One or" the other goes into

by U. S. Military Academy contrary and Gus D'Amato managers 'of food for thought. oblivion.
'
.to non-segregation policy of the fighters Moore and Patter- Ratings. sari be very highly re When Archie Moore the 40- ;r' 4,.

armed services. Other: colleges spected. There are fight experts year-old light heavyweight cham- .. ..
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notably Wisconsin have cancelled son.The winner of this bout will be who are supposed to be capable of pion meets 21-year-old Floyd --

football games in Louisiana and declared the new heavyweight rating boxers but even then the Patterson in Chicago for the.. ..

several college basketball teams champion of the world. fans have a right to look into the heavyweight championship it can 8, '

have withdrawn from Sugar Bowl President Jim Norris of the situation! as it" exists and .see be called the "fight' of.the century .. 1''o ?
International Boxing Club has some things for themselves. because both fighters are ratedas -

PILL TIE: PLH predicted that the scheduled fight What is the heavyweight pic- top ranking contenders. Archie ,

between Archie Moore and Floyd ture at this time? The leading Moore is rated tops among the j "
N, STIMACIIPSETHaUaJift. Patterson will net more than contender is a lightweigh cham- heavyweight contenders becausehe i ;.

.headachy when constipation $500,000 in gate receipts. pion who will go in the ring knocked Rocky Marciano down r-
d stomach Black-Draught
relieves sours constipation overnight.Belps Norris said further that another against a youngster who could not and Patterson is rated No. 2 be-
sweeten sour stomach: too. $200,000 'will come in from the even fight 10 rounds.a short while cause he stopped "Hurricane"Jackson. J 21 2-
1.mIn.-...-.Wilts ItInQIItI
because he had reachedthe
not
radio-television
No harsh criainf. Made from pure rights. It.was also ago Whoever wins this fight .
vegetable l erb.:Thoroughly but. disclosed that Moore and Patterson age of 21. Count the profes- will be rated among the top 4
eenUy comforting uncorks clogged react In Intestines.Briars morning. will share equally in receipts sional fights this fellow has had heavyweights of the.fight game. A

Then BladC'Draneht life looks today.sunny again Get from the bout. They will receive sincere reached his 21st birthday. All sports fans must pull their d

:::. .too/ 30 per cent of the net gate receipts As the picture now stands the hats off to the two fighters who .
tetuttptOtmUdWi and the same basis will 10th ranking contender is very will attempt to restore the heavy
' 41t in likely to lash the daylights out the head of ; :
prevail the radiotelevisionrights. weight crown on
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i UeBldl of the No. 1 contsender. at any somebody. If ratings are to be the

true evidence of a' r hter's'abil
time.When
a fighter ,goes into the ity, where are the.challengers to
WATCH THIS CLOWN OmINO..I p_S ring and puts a :used to be" or the winner? According to the 0 a
It worried sv e I- has been to sleep from that night ratings who would it be?
tlaf Dp Nights or 34 Wetting too Ireunt. Ja ; .
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". .....E1gkt THE HOUDA STAR Saturday, November 10, 1956
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i R Chips Off The Blocks Heiry Aar.iToPlayhJax attend utility' responsibilities.to the :pinch-hitting and '

rpJy In the outfield with Aaron will Singleton's Superior Bar-B-Que
I be Willie Mays of the New York

,. BY JAY JAY Giants and Frank, Robinson of
r ". '- The election is over and its all over but the shouting.'Folk allover the, Cincinnati Redlegs.The No. 4'
the country are trying to do silly things and pay off election. Henry "Hank" Aaron. 22 years American League All-Stars
. bets..But as was the case in Mudville when the mighty Casey struck old and one of the oustanding are: Lonnie Harris CF; Leroy

out, "there is no joy in.Jacksonville." Jackson Was defeated. Even players in baseball, will appear Hancock. 2B; Jesse Mitchell LF;
'r,' with his defeat the little warrior went down with all guns blazing here Sunday 2:30: p. nw in the Bob Boyd IB; John Kennedy SS;

and everyone knew he was fighting. The odds were almost insure Jacksonville Ball Park when the Eugene Elliot 3B;;,William Wyatt.
mountable. We think we did dam. good In handling this "write-in" Willie Mays Major League All- RF; Charlie Jennings. C; James .
;'., situation for the first time. Stars play against the Negro Hall C; Jim Robinson. Utility;

: In addition to th obsiicla placed in front of.him. by "Mi American League All-Stars. Johosie Heard, Ace Robinson A. 8rwe
wall of which "Hank" led the Milwaukee J. Jackson. Frank Barnes, and
," Charlie/: Jackson was faced with a stone ignorance I I
many did not try to help him break through. First th.ri.wen the Braves in many offensive depart- Kelly Searcy pitchers.
of unto themselves ments last year while becomingthe
poll officials who took a certain amount authority
i
: and used the same on the voters: Many voters mad. mistake sixth slugger in Braves his- ..
because the poll attendants did: not do, their duty and inform or tory to drive in 100 or more runs.
", "dirt dauber" and He shared the National League Rooms For Refit
assist them. Secondly: many of us played yellec
, 1 know. When we got in the booth we found out that we did DOt doubles crown at 37 and tied for
-: ,dumb did not fifth best. He has been the leading with aU :
know and rather than let people know w. were Just Modern Furnished Room t\
::' \"ote10r Jackson. ?ice a pity but in precinct 3B where the "big shots' batter throughout' this year in,the modern conyeniences. Ph. EL
;. and educated folk live. Jackson had 700 votes less than the number league. 5-1056. kJ
'vt
L polled for the president. We hate to believe those folks were DOt! The pitching staff of the Major a

f- intezested in Jackson but they Just didn't know and wouldn't lei League All-Stars will include: vb + \ '
. other folk help them. Brooks Lawrence Joe Black. Cin- *o

It: Well'there is no need crying over spilt milk. There'll always be cinnati Redlegs; Connie Johnson Help WaRtedHOUSEWORKERCare vY 71FV it x rtv
Baltimore Orioles and "Sad" Sam
\: a tomorrow. Let us profit by our mistakes and try again. If we
; keep pounding sooner or later the walls of intolerance and prejudice Jones of the Chicago Cubs. for chil 4 : 1 I 3 ..e'.c'.
0' will tumble down. Elston Howard of the New York dren. 5V4 days. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. L

i I Isadore Singleton the Bar-b-que magnate opened branch No. 4 Yankees and Charlie White of $20 and carfare. S414 Play away.

i on the "Blocks" Thursday nite. Ken Knight did his show direct from the Milwaukee Braves will take Phone RA 4-2624.
of the chores.
_ the place. A host of folk were on hand to wish Isadore good luck. care catching -
The infield comprises: Harry
' A new meat product is making its appearance in Jacksonville.
t_ The Krey Packing Company'of St. Louis is introducing its canned "Suitcase" Simpson Kansas City Madame S. P. Thomas
Athletics at first base; .Al Smith
meat products ,to the Jacksonville area. Now dig this all you single 1
Cleveland Indians second base 1784 Kings RoodIS
;
t gals. Not only are the products good but you should see the factory
field representative. The company is represented by Dave JohnsOn stop Gene Henry Baker Thompson Chicago Cubs New short York For AT Appointments WORK AGAIN,Phone ANOTHER STATION TO SERVE YOU DELICIOUS BAR-B-Q
;
of Baltimore Md. Dave is a Morgan State College man and knows: EL 44177 or EL 3-5834
third Walk In Window ServiceAs
Giants at base with George Featuring
everybody worth knowing on the Atlantic Seaboard., He is'alsc
Crowe of the Cincinnati Redlegsas
Well As Comfortable
Seating
single and says he "can be had." Oh yes, he really wears the

"Ivy League" styles. 'Monty a substitute.Irvin of the Chicago 715 West Ashley Street Near Strand TheatreThe
Speaking of salesmen, the Duval County Salesmen and Mer- '
prize. See favorite wait- Cubs will manage the unit and HOUSE FOR SALE firms listed below who had a part in the construction and servicing of this
chants Association is giving away big your
ress or J. Brooks and he will tell you all about it. Two Beautiful new, modern branch of the Singleton Superior Bar-B-Que chain take this means of
expressing their pride in having a part in this new establishment which Isadore
We wondered why John "B.B" Pickens and Albert Jones were HELP WANTED MALE Four Room Duplex
t
SA'LESMAH--Full er part time to Singleton, a far-sighted young business man has erected to give to the people of
t so close and now we know. Jones tells us that he is sponsoring aI' Mil our complete line of Phileo ApartmentsWith Jacksonville and visitors to the city the best in bar-b-que in comfortable surround-
giant (?) home show at the Elks, Rest. After a brief absence from TV. radios, appliances, heaters ings. .
the scene we're glad to see Albert Jones and "Our Churches" back mowers tires etc. 10% commission. garage ialovsed in porches. ,
hadn't succumbed. Our salesman can average living room Md room kitchen
: the
boy
in circulation. We were hoping
bathroom.
nook and
breakfast
6150 to $200 a week during this
4';. WIGGING THE AIR WAVES: peak selling sea SOlI. Soiling experience Tea minute drive from American WALK IN WINDOW
I each. In Jacksonville call
k' Notes.in the Mail: Please tell the pigfoot man on WOBS to change Boggy at necessary.EL 4.0601.FIRESTONE .Call W. L PO 44397. In Fernandina call
. his menu He worries me Dear Bob Hudson-Please demon- STORE 4908 after 4 p.m. Saturdays or Installed by .
strafe the "jockey-bop"and tell us how Us done signed Petrified Pete State and Laura Streets Sunday, at"any time.

When Ken Knight is off you may wonder who is doing the I SEMINOLE GLASS CO.

;i" spieling. If Jesse Fergueson a Hampton grad and native of Green
Con Springs..We must congrat Ken on his breaking into the new KEROSENE For Prompt 215 Chambliss Street Phone EL 5.6591 ,
car advertising accounts. With the number of now can floating up .
and down the streets of "collud town.,all media in our section Delivery Call
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t" should get ads.
VICTORY FUEL Congratulations from Best Wishes
'Edythe Drayton Taylor has as her house guest delectable Marie
; Fernandez King of New York. Marie is a former Jaxon. She is theyoung SERVICE

lady you wolves were ogling in the Tropicanna ,
PAUL HcCOHBS
Mr. and Mrs.
ABOUT FOLK.DEPARTMENT: Edward Taylor is a proud papa _
- See where Teddy Wilson and Litho Lundy are doing it.Congrats 0 .0 EL 3.15J
Clinton Hart MUSIC COMPANY
; Evelyn and Emmett Hughes are awaiting a bundle in the near
future Sorry to hear that Otis Speights mother is ill. Wish hera
speedy recovery. Painting and Decorating Coin Operated Devices

The popular Les Fleurs Club is sponsoring an "Old Fashioned
1665 W. 17th STREET
c:; Barn Dance" at the Shamrock Club next Friday nite. The Shamrock Letter 1 c: >r T;, .. a.
). is located out Moncrief Road Just above Weaver's Pine Inn. Believe 9r Phone EL 44048Congratulations 307 E. 21st SL Phone EL 6-6432
' me the place is the finest.in town. It is operated by Moncrief Enterprises ...,, .
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r a group of young men. The,Les Fleurs say that all of you MX y .
boys and girls can get out the duds you wore when you came to to theCitizens 4 *
f- the city from the farm and come as you like, The dance will benefit der. N to Superior Bar-B-Q No. 4
the group's charitable projects. You may Jet tickets from Estelle :- ,

:,", Williams, the president Betty Taylor Belton Connie,Cason Dannette Furnishings in All Four Superior Bor-B-'Q Stands.
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Thayer Fay Hair, Helmes Gwen Johnson Barbara Harris Walker : -
Ruby Hunter ,Dwight Dorothy Dunlap, Doris Fowler Scott, Myrtle Supplied by

:;. Turner Irma Villarin or Juanita'Graham Wyatt Music will be pro 4, .
:' vided by a local band.-Meet you out there. of :> : BARSGO SUPPLY COMPANY

j Glennie Washington president the local NAACP chapter an t ..
'_ Bounces the start cf his Fall membership drive On the 15th of Restaurant and Hotel l Equipment

;' November the Urban League will begin their fund-raising cam- DuvalCounty .
t paign. 823 W. Adams Street Phone EL 4-8814
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Stopped by Buster Fords out East. Buster was telling us about
' Cornish game hen. He will have some,this week-end. Well I L/oked I

- intelligent and said, "You will' I must come out and get some." I : i: Woodwork and Carpentry by Brickwork by
must confess I didn't know what he was talking about until 1 read _
the gourmet's section of Playboy. I found out that this "Cornish

Game Hen" is just the latest thing out in fine eating. Well be work- To the many fine Citizens of ,Duval County Henry West and ALBERT PIERCE
ing in "high cotton" when we try this "succulent morseL"

k. Congrats to Henry Glenn of the Silver Star. He is the proud playa who went to the polls on November' 6th with the Hume Lee and SONS .

r of a little girL Henry is busy advertising his lay-away-for-Xmas intention of casting a vote for me.-May I at this
. whiskey deal. He selling you your Christmas spirits on a sort of
- lay-away plan. Above all the price of hard stuff is slated to rise and time congratulate you individually, and express Carpentry and Cabinetmaking Building Construction .

f.- his present prices will be charged for the "oil" you pick up Christmas. my sincere appreciation for your support. In my

The boys'are kidding Charles Durham of the Baracuddas about 1219 Florida Avenue EL 3-1505 1802 McMUlion Phone EL 3-9245
and ,
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opinion believe the
opinion of all fair
t: his rather ancient vintage auto. They can kid if they want to but

;.. Chas. manages to meet and ride some delectable company in his car. minded citizens, of this State and CoUnty. you
ABOUT TOWN J. D. "Mr. Goodwill" Brooks is pleased becausethe .
management of the Greyhound Bus Station Lounge is selling have by your own individual act demonstratedthe .,

Schaefer.He informs. us that the Deluxe is the only bar in the colored highest level of honest ,determination and Congratulations .
= section which does not carry his product. I know we have orderedit St Ife -
time and time again and told the management we wanted it. How fairness characterizing, the American Citizen.As .
i about- some more of you folk asking for Schaefers when you stop .:" Meats Supplied by ,
by the Deluxe. Now understand me.We want all the brands to sell your Candidate and fellow citizen I "' 's .

;'.= that have colored salesmen but as of now all of the brands are sold stand before my God with humility still deter- SOlID BROS. ': :
in the place except Schaefer. :
mined and confident that God with .
: Johnny Stewart celebrated his birthday the other night. He some day

bought two cokes instead of one. He really splurged We under- your support will suffer me to ease: the pain of Wholesale Meals and Provisions
:.. stand Tiplight Durham met a man he couldn't shuck and jive. Ill ., '
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; bet he knows now that Uncle Whiskers takes.no wooden nickles. our struggling citizenry and pave a new road.

Wesley Scott is back on the scene. Scotty and his boys are morally fit to bear the burden of honest delibe- Street Phone EL 4-33QO
beginning to move about Emily Watson has been confined in 840 Brady
Brewster Hospital Glad to know she is at home and is improving.The rate progress of all citizens without distinction as
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at the Deluxe Bar is Leota Ford formerly of Miami
new face! to race color religion or nationality. If by chancewe .
. Leota worked at the famed Rockland Palace and several other top .. .(
spots in Jhe "Magic City." Lillie Sconiers tells us she is about have lost the office I am .proud of you; and

:' to begin her apprenticeship in a local barber shop. Yep the young the fair minded white citizens who demonstratedtheir Upholstery by
, lady who graced,the front page of the STAR the other week is study-
" ing to become a barber. The'line forms to the right, I am first for faith in fairness by casting a vote for me GENERAL UPHOLSTERY SHOP:' -,;'

.' her chair. rather than play the part of Pontius Pilate.
- Had occasion to meet one of Laura Wynn's agents the other day.
Had to congratulate the young man on his sales talk. Selling is the Wrongs can be corrected only through intelligent Free Estimates Contracts Considered "
For the doors in selling have been
world's
biggest businesses. years
deliberate active resistance. The 3227 NJ: Avenue Phone EL
closed to us as a group. It is refreshing to see young people using course ., Myrtle 4-8114
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',' the correct technique.and wanting to enter marketing and selling. was just and your efforts were without precedence. We Specialize in -
; The young gent was a far cry from: the usual door to door salesman
who wants to sell or thinks we should buy' because "he's cullud." Again I thank Auto Seat Covers Head Linings Pool Tables -
Visited the new bus station. The place is nice but it seems a pity you. Convertible Tops Household Furniture Office Furniture -
like that will openly defy the U. S. Supreme
_ that a large corporation
Door Panels
Step Covers Bar Fixtures
'f, Court and flout colored and white signs. Tis true they attempt to
t' evade the law by sub-leasing the facilities but the waiting room Ernest D. Jackson JOHN THOMPQNS Proprietorr

:<' proPer is still not supposed to be segregated. The only other ,comment :.... ._ -' ,
is thai the bar and lounge is finer than the dining room.





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