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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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November 17, 1956
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 17, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Three met death by burning in these separate incidents
.... A South Jacksonville man has been arrested in connection with persons
} from last'Saturday to Wednesday. *. f xf
f the death of his common-law wife who died several days after he +
The 'first :victim Was Elijah
: took her to Duval Medical Center.
Stukes '48 of 1811' West: 27th SL The second victim was Henry
r The dead woman is.Miss Josephine 7
,... who was dead on arrival, ,a local Wall 74, who lived in the rear of cila 4

the marl Johnson being held t southsider on charges. of rd 51 C_. Fifii, hospital early last Sunday morn 2369"W. 45th..St ,HejVas. burnedto
ing after flames swept his home death in his frame dwelling
first degree murder Js Henry
leaving $1,500 damage. Monday night when an oil heater
of the southside.It '
Whitet also
Casts h.I.1 I set the place lafire.Wall's -
is reported that on Nov. S.j' Eye
White tarried" Miss Johnson 'tof body was found by fire-

Duval,Medical Center and said A drinking spree ended up in men Fire: Department of the Dinsmore. Volunteer _cJ"- &.,: -..
she appeared to j suffering.from 4-
gaJieksorwiUeman
a,fight which cost "
It,_' a "stroke Doctors howeverdiag-* The thhd uany;'way Daniel t10AL-SET-A: -seen*,from the 'recent meeting of'.me. City-wide Committee of the Jacksonville Urban k
the lossof an and multiple -
? nosed the woman's condition as cuts about the face.It eye. James Brown 36, of 418 CarolineSt League when the goal was set for.the 1957 financial drive is depicted in the above photo. -

"t ,'' that of -fractured skull ,and an who died Wednesday of burns J. E. Higdon. treasurer is shown pointing out to other members the committee the financial

; operation'as: ordered. The'*pa is alleged that Johnny Robinson he received last Saturday while objective of the campaign. Seen from left to right are: D. W. Perkins, who will solicit from lawyers

;.:' tient died on Nov 10'under sur 4U 1185 Wilcox Street' and trying to light cigarette ,on a .for the drive: Junius A. Brown executive secretary;. Dr. Warren W. Schell Jr. chairman of the

f'_ Robert Holt of 1201 Safers Court a. gas stove burner. Board of Directors:J. E. Higdon: and F. Henry Williams who will solicit funds from real estate dealers..
gery. ? .about xGti.
got into an argument 50
Police investigation revewea Brown apparently turned up
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centsthat Robinson ,owed, ,Holt
that the woman had been'beaten' the stove and leaned over it, waiting -
The argument occurred, on, the for the pilotJight to ignite the PTA Opposes
with a piece of two-by-foup1T-; i Election Not Conducted
Sts.
corner of Beaver and Minnie
',', wood in house Wrights Ave. x. burner, Asst. Fire Chief J. J. Hub- I .
last .
r off Old"St.Augustine Rd,.rePOrted Friday. bard said.
by""White. Neighbors 'said the' Holt allegedly .pulled his knife The gas accumulated and then Move To Scrap -

out and started: cutting:Robinson) in Legally Jackson Charges
coupled been.drinking; and got zf. exploded a flash burning
into a, fighton the. day of"the, in the face. The right eye of Robl f.. Brown's stirt and undershirt intoa Public SchoolsST. ,

", beating., inson was' cut out and multiple handful of ashes.

F: White'wa arrested U sweet, in cuts on the face. He was admitted" I I Ernest D. Jackson Negro "write-in" candidate in,the race for

, Orlando where he was working to Duval. Medical Center for surgery .. ...-.--,. .i-*- PETERSBURG -The Florida -Justice of the Peace for the 11th District filed suit Friday morning

.' cleaning ,tank cars.. The warrant ELIJAH STUKES Bail Graded :. Congress of Parents and in Circuit Court charging that he was robbed of the election. The

f. was issued by Justice of,the Peace There were several witnesses to .. .one of fire victims t" Teachers voted last Wednesday to twice unsuccessful candidate(for the JP post is contesting the election '

T. O;Hol1i the street'' comer brawl. oppose any move to scrap the of Mrs. Sarah Bryan who was given a majority vote in last Nov.

4 A fire department spokesmansaid To Kidnappers public school system if full-scale 6! elections by the Canvassing Board of Duval County. -

Stukes apparently y spilled integration comes to Florida. The complaint named Sarah -

k H'oRuIes-mit.t kerosene on his clothing while In Wildwood Case The group also upheld State Bryan, and Judge McKenny J. elector frora casting their votes Jtowit

; filling a stove tank and a spark plans to bolster segre- Davis, Commissioner J. B. Mallard voting machines failed to

ignited his clothes and the flaming gation.In and Superintendent FJem- have paper beneath slot upon

On Buses : garments spread fire to the BUSHNELL Three white the closing day of its three- ming J. Bowden of the Duval which plaintiffs name had ,to be ?

Segregation residence. men charged with'kidnaping and day meeting, the group turned County Canvassing Board. : 1. written. '

l flogging Jesse Woods, a Negro down a motion by Mrs. Beatrice In a list of complaints Jackson "That the Nov 6th General ti

ex-GI who was.held in a Wildwood Inman of Jacksonville that the charges that the Canvassing i Election held in the Eleventh Justice ..
WASHINGTON .=The Supreme Court Tuesday wiped out,stateill'
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jail after he allegedly said convention strike out a pledge to Board did not make any deter District was not a fair and
laws requiring segregation on buses. Baptists Urged
and. local oppose\ abolitionof writ Election that the
"Hello there baby to.a white "vigorously any mination as to what names impartial in

e It did so by affirming a decision -| state woman were released from county the school system in the face of ten in as "Write-In" vote for him Election Officers conducting the ,1..
three-Judge] u.S. A court at Montgomery
: of a special Courtin Montgomery Is now considering the city's'attempt To Respect Law jail today on bonds of $2,500 integration threats. Less than one'ourth were proper and*should be count- Election did not furnish model '
' {. District of the convention delegates machines at each precinct
each. ed as a vote but merely:accepted capable
ruled that to halt ,the car pool, as ii.I.gaL
court en-
fir- Ala. That and The court continued its On : The men are GeorgeAltaian, supported Mrs. Inman's motion. the returns of the Poll Inspectors.He of demonstrating the method of 1
of whites Integration
i fotced.segregation,Montgomery* bi:rs I bearing Tuesday after being informed Jack Sands and Frank Collins all The delegates' turned down a 1 charges that a count has not casting a vote for the candidateof "
Negroes 1)n
t i Constitution's of the Supreme Court of Wildwood. The bonds were set proposed move by Mrs. Phyllis I been made of all names writtenin the elector's choice as pre-
the
.violated federal
of due and I ruling. I ORLANDO Delegates to the by County Judge P. B. Howell Ganey of Miami Beach that the for him which included his full scribed
cincts.
process .
f guarantees' of law. In neighboring Mississippi Gov.J. Florida Baptist Convention Wed- and are returnable Dec. 3, the convention strike out a policy- name without an "X" or parts of '

equal protection the order came Flor- P.Coleman said,his state would nesday approved without discus', day the next term of circuit court plank which urges county schools his full name, with or withoutan clearly instruct or demonstrateupon
t As: soon as "i1
sion committee declaring the method of casting -
a report request
General Richard continue tq segregate Negroes and opens. to make use of prosegregationlaws "X.:
'i.'AUOrMl'. its respect for civil law ""regard The men were arrested after recently passed by the State a Write-In vote as prescribedby
de election of
Ervin'said the ruling would have whites on public conveyances In contesting the ;
1 less of what our own personal interpretation law thereby denying t
little affect in this state, until spite the Supreme Court order." Woods. 39-year-old farmhand Legislature. These laws are designed Mrs. Sarah Bryan the young at- your
t: such,time; as a suit'1& brought attacking "Our attitude about the decision of that law may be. was snatched from an unguardedjail to slow down if not halt, torney charges that his opponent plaintiff his right as a citizen and

local segregation laws. will be the same as about the Thomas W. Fryer chairman of, cell in the nearby communityof any trend toward school integra, "did' not receive the highest number a candidate for public office the ;I

:: tIn a brief unanimous order the school segregation cases" Cole- the committee on social service Wildwood Oct. 27. He had been tion.An of votes cast for the office of opportunity to" receive the vote of '-
l' and temperance told newsmen jailed on charges of disorderly unidentified Jacksonville I each elector.
', Supreme Court cited its 1954 decision man said. Mississippi's public Justice of the Peace of the 11th
against segregation in public schools like many others in the the report referred to the U. S., conduct and drunkeness. after the delegate was loudly applaudedwhen District. I Jackson declares that the election .i'
still segregated. Supreme Court integration deci alleged remark to a white school she said "anyone who wantsto "was not conducted in a legal
!s : schools. It also, cited subse- South are,
I sion. teacher.It desert our Southern way of FAULTY MACHINES manner" in that legally author -
outlawing
( decisions segregation ERVIN SAYS FLORIDA
.quent "Not Fit Candidates" was feared Woods, had been living knows where' to go." that ized Poll Watchers representinghim ,-1
and play- AFFECTED further charges
t in public parks LAWS NOT Jackson ito
f also said killed after blood was found in without forced
"Baptist
i The report : were cause
links. Gen. total returns made by the
'" grounds and on public golf TALLAHASSEE Atty. "the /!
s people therefore who believe in his jail cell and later his blood- leave the voting room during :
As it has done in several,segregation .Richard Ervin said Tuesday: the Poll Inspectors did not and could
' cases since; its basic'school :Supreme Court decision striking the New Testament as their guide', stained shirt and hat were found Woman Is Hit In Eye not correctly !'d1ed'the numberof the time voteS were being cute ''
/ can never be recruited nor would along a little-used road. and were unable to properly protect ',4
decision the high court acted down Alabama laws requiring votes cast or attempted to be -
1 ,, make fit candidates for any mob Woods however,: turned up inAhdalusiaAUw his rights. He says that on at
without bstening-tio 'argument. segregated seating on intrastate By Angry Companion cast for the plaintiff due 10 mechanical ?
Ii organization such as the Ku Klux Nov.. 3 and was least one occasion the Poll Watch-? .
! :' Except for citing three seg buses does not nullify similar laws failure of several'voting
returned to Florida where he has forced to leave the as"t
riders vigilantes
Klan, night or or er was room
:f.. regation-banningdecisions, all the in Florid machines, which prevented the
.. ': the '
policy was
, any others whose goal is to defeat been confined for safekeeping in,. A good neighbor votes were being counted "all of : : ;
court said ,was: The motion to "While the,decision in the Ala- between
: and set aside the law'of our land." the State Prison at Raiford as a. cause of an argument which acts were in violation of '. -',
. affirm Is 'granted and the judge bama case is a precedent that can 50, 723 ---:
Gov: Raymond Gary, of Okla material witness Mrs. Daisy Frampton suddenly hit her in the left eye the Laws of Florida. F. S. A. Section ;
,." ment is affirmed. be referred to by litigants in Florida f Jefferson Street and her male ,
horns, speaking at the final session with his fist -101.53. --' I
Montgomery have it does not have the effect of ,
: Negroes in companion Ernest Johnson that
f: ,. conducted a long boycott,of city striking down Florida's laws on of the three-day meeting PATRONIZE ended up 'in a fight The fight took place at 723 Jefferson ':; 1
until direct suit cited increased liquor consumption ., Street last Sunday. : ,
:: buses: as a protest against s the same subject increased"radal'tensions and Mrs. Frampton stated to the po "' YourEditorial I

gation. One of the things they resorted is,brought attacking our laws and America's, -role world leaderas Florida Star.Advertisers lice that she and her friend got The investigation was: conducted Page i i
:to was'operation of a car city ordinances" Ervin said. as a into an argument over her being by Sgts. G. T. Jones and R. B. :
If _' who used to ar.ansFlorlda,w1Q..unt the three greatestproblems and he Whittington. Speaks for' ProgressI J,
1 pgol.to carry?those "That : nation : too nice to the neighbors
facing the, today.
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4I I t k > 1: h* >POLITICS. : AS USUAL

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I ._ BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON
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...liM4 Vy The FkrUe. Star., re B UesCe.' : .
k ; ,;.::., r ". :-. : Election Irregularities Reported
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Molting' AMrets :
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40,000 Voters Is Goal l
: Registered
P. O. Bex 561. JeckseavWe 1, Florid -?,. ., .
Mi road Str..t. JackieiviHe, Florida, P.... ELe> 4-3773 ..:.
/. ., ::.:, : :- .. From an aulhorixiiiTe source I learned this week that Ernest D.
Hie"*.. SIMPSON ..-............--,....-,_.. Ma.agi..a Editor Jackson last May's winner in lb. Second District Justice of the PMC

ct.rler J...... ......-....___:_...__ News"Staff raw who was forced to run again as "write-in"" candidate against

r Member of Associated Negro Press' : the opponent whom he defeated was seriously considering filing suit
: { "- I ore election Irregularities" which he claims resulted in his defeat
by Mrs. Sarah Bryan last NOT. 6.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -
'.0. Among other
toe Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 Tfcr.. Meeths, $140 .
Meliae1 T. Y.., tlJW...... I* tW VHi4 Steles. things Jackson, Committee which has as its Chairman
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.... I understand, Edgar W. Waybright.
U AaVeace.
SaMcriptleat .J. Sod Clwcks er Meey Orders Tet .
.. ... Negro citizens in Duval
: early this week County
FLMIOA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE I, nOIUDAr..1 -. r.
.... .M. .:. ,. would, charge County gave a good account of
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themselves
r that some ma- at the polls on last
JS 4"e'>>.. q1'Err 1--": ..=j Ar <' election At
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; chines were out day. a matter fad.
Piwer Mist Hall Stalk'sPtrseciiioi 7; P.-j, ""
aJ. ..... -.. ... "Jr : :of: order and in had not the district beeA changed
_. .... -, \ ". some instancesdid I with the result that some of the

Of NAACP Says AJC '. at a 1 not have large Negro areas were taken out.

paper in the ] Ernest Jackson 'would have been

As the Florida committee to probe the activities of the slots for voters I the victor.

NAACP starts its investigation, ills well to note that the to write the I It is hoped that Negroes will
not become
'. American Jewish Congresshas called upon the three-branches "write-in" can discouraged about
of the federal government fo take immediate steps to halt current didates' name. Simpson registering and voting for capable
the There has been quite bit of Negro candidates because of recent -
legal and legislative action against. the.,NAACP in
talk about this matter ot the absence setbacks. We must keep on

South.A of paper in the voting ma- registering and inducing othersto
resolution adopted by the Congress' administrative
chines. Such a situation, if sub- register and then we must
committee asserts that recent southern legislation and legal
stantiated; seems highly irregular.In get put and vote.
proceedings "to.outlaw or paralyze" the NAACP in that region -
some instances, it is said We can be proud of the fact that
are "a greater menace to constitutional liberty than mob
there were no pencils provided for Duval County has the largest Ne-
violence.!
voters to write with; while on the registration in the State of
Citing court proceedings banning the NAACP in Alabama other hand, voters who did not Florida. Duval has a Negro regis

Louisiana and Texas, a new Virginia law designed to have pencils were told they: tration of 28.584 with Dad running -

cripple theNAACP, legislative investigations of the NAACPin :: should,use only indelible pencils. second w lh 21.011 Negro
Florida and Virginia, and other"recent southern anti- --- Where these informants get their citizens registered.

I NAACP measures; the resolution calls for the following action "Hop At Lost For (the.Victims Of Colonialism" information is a mystery.It However we must not become

I by the federal government; would seem that such prori content with ourselves and relax

1. A public investigation by the U. S. Congress "of the much to be thankful for. ; sions should be the responsibilityof our efforts. We must register

extent to which constitutional freedoms have been invaded 9- -99--12-76-331 ..; either the Democratic Executive larger numbers than ever becausethe

by these attacks." Using this information Congress should Your WeeklyHoroscope ,- Committee or the Supervisor only way we can hope to iM-

"take appropriate action under its legislative power to enforce SCORPIO > / of Registration's office or both of prove our living conditions which

the Fourteenth Amendment." (The theory.of the Fourteenth GuideWHICH Born Oct. 24 thru Nor.. 22 them jointly. Such provisions involve better streets, civil serv-

Amendment is described earlier in the resolution as follows: November lh(|| thru 22nd should have made in every case ice jobs for Negroes,}justice in our

,'. '"At those times when state governments oppress their own Popularity has a price. You undoubtedly not for the purpose of aiding the courts and equal facilities is by
-people, the national government must intervene to protectthe ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR can make considerable 'write-in" candidates but ratheras using our voting rights wisely.

democratic processes necessary to the republican formof BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL headway when you are. particu- facilities to enable citizens to Our goal for next May is 40,000

government. \ larly active in your social club "vote in the manner they choe. .registered Negro'voters.

'2. Intervention by theDepartment: of Justice,"in the vari- By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES or fraternal circles. Generous and The citizens did not create the The registration books are now

,_ ous proceedings in the southern states that are designed to well-to-do friends may be acquired situation that resulted in the open. Those who have become 21

_. outlaw the NAACP, paralyze its lawful activities or curb ad- and some of your aspirations "write-in" mess. It started with since the, general election and

vocacy of its program of desegregating the public schools." to your provisioning and other related realized beyond your expectations. our legislators who committed the those who have lived in Duval I

3. Public condemnation by the President .of the United Born Much 21 thru April 19 problems will prevent mis- Reexamine business overheadsand first blunder by re-districting for[ six months should make it a

States of "this campaign of oppression" and influence on his November 16th thru 22nd takes' and exasperations. It maybe outlays lend only on the re- areas illegally then the matter point to get down to 221 East

part to "bring it to an end." Count your blessirfgs. ,Althoughyou up to you to set the exampleof ceipt of ironclad guarantees, and was made worse by a cliqueof Adams and register. Changes of j

The document also calls for defense of the NAACP by may have occasion, to fret moderation when facing the avoid installment buying on these the Democratic Executive address are being accepted also.

'_ "all Individuals and organizations dedicated to the main- over the slowness of your progress bounties of the table. days., -
due to the restrictive effectsof 611201561252LEO 1-90-88-15-67-291
;. tenance of constitutional rty" because of recognition that
in attacks against the NAACP lies "a threat to:that freedomof people and events you still
association necessary'to the exercise of other constitutional have.many things to be thankful SAGITTARIUSBorn
for. Nov. 23 thru Dee. 21
Annoyances and impedimentsare
freedoms. Born July 23 thru Aug. 23
likely to be November 16th thru 22nd
The AJC resolution. adopted on Oct. 21. fairly frequentPrecaution November 16th thru 22nd
_
calls for a fleW look at Your blessings are numerous.In .
the Easy come easy go. You had spite of obstacles that to
and seem
way your personal part-
nership finances handled better not let this happen as the bar the way to the high goals
are so as you
t All Of Us Must demarcation line between
: Help to. eliminate excessive outlays.! and unfavorable aspects is a,good very have set out to achieve, you can- ?itiUfccf u o ,
You not consider them out of teach.
can succeed in mastering all fine one Opportunities to 0 4 $! these difficulties when get to gain Your sign suggests that you toy
you unmistakable. ;;JFtiifyf ji 5-.IK ff ,
are You could turn c
The Urban League NowEditor's work on them with method and indirect ways, approach secret but
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: your successes into reverse"anc vM4.loin : ln\ui
determination. ... influential contacts or use the %,
fnlstratitons. ijKCCotpor
You forestall vli
can n
2-30-44-18-73-456 backdoor to gain the entrance yofr nna+
these developments J
by masteringthe seek. And then, where
might
> you
( Note: Last Thursday night the Jacki impulses and temptations to
TAURUS fail there is always achance, th'ta
sonville Urban League launched its campaign raise take chances'on particular dates.
Born April 20 thru 20 trusted intermediary could
suc
f $25,000 to carry on its work in the community..We are May 8 60-77-14-79-545 :,
November 16th thru 22nd ceed. Forget the woes of the past
therefore reprinting an editorial which appeared in _
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Speak with your heart. Whetheryou and give advance thanks for the
our September 22 issue in an effort provide citizens, VIRGO

., with some reasons why we should go all out to assist_ are dealing with an existingor Bom"Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 future.6100111349,
life "
potential
this organization.) partner persons >*:'/.ji/-. f-::. -;
November
::. who share your creative or public 16th thru 22nd 1

When the Jacksonville Urban .League was notified last activities or dea r 'ones. who: Choose your side. The pressureto CAPRICORN __ J
week that it will no longer receive the supportof: the Comrmraity arouse your romantic interest: ,you make a break with a certain Born Dee 22 thru Jan. 19

:- Chest-United Fund as a result of its failure to give can depend on solid backing. You phase 'or philosophy in your life November 16th thru 22nd i

4 In to a move to withdraw its affiliation with the National cannot go wrong when you follow, could very.-"well lead to conse- In unity there is strength. Pea :

Urban League it meant that the local branch will; lose some your noblest impulses. But,'if you! quences you are not bargainingfor. ple with whom you share your : :

r thing like about $18,000 yearly. place more material considera- You give assurance that pleasures studies and endeavors 7 ijj 4I

Briefly the Urban League is a national social service organization tions to the fore the possibilities everything.will be all right when should be drawn closer into your

for the improving of living conditions of Negroesand of costly reverses are accentuated. you adhere to,your highest moral intimate environment as there are

f for increasing cooperative and understanding relationships 1- -55-12-65-371 and personal principles. But if indications that you all 'have I
allow negative other destructive much to give to each other
J. between white and colored citizens. Its special program you or now
j' is one of research and community organization in the fields GEMINI forces to divert you into and in the'days to come. But if

of employment, industrial relations and vocational. guidance, Born'May 21 thru June 21 other paths you may be creating you withdraw within your shell,

housing education, health and recreation November 16th thru 22nd conditions that can become very as you are sometimes' nt to do 1
burdensome. You will be creating after certain rebuffs, will d -
There is reason to be thankfulThe you
In order to carry on its broad program to 'improve the I 1I
hub of activity is being trans- greater happiness for others meet with sudden failure. Indifference r I Ir
; Hiring conditions of the Negro people in this,community the
Jacksonville Urban League must secure funds.J '. ferred to the home front. But it .when you expand your generosity.. attest that you will be _
can be a joy and a pleasure when 7_ 6:- 0-8-63-498 creating your own obstacles to I
Philip Waring executive director of the local branch fUture and
all is planned ahead of time and progress development.
said this week that loss of the Chest funds will mean that 4-10-88-14-68-11 1 1I
hands are willing to pitch in. LIBRA I
i the organization will have to streamline its operations and I
Should too much be left to chance Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
curtail of its activities. However he ,
to
some degree some ,
AQUARIUS
November 22nd
or if anyone tries to shirk his or 16th thru
hastened to explain that none of the vital services will be her responsibilities, may create Confidence not fear upholds Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 I i I

abolished. friction and disharmony. you. The fact that there is nothing November 16th thru 22nd

With the loss of this,support it now becomes the duty of 4-50-66- -74625CANCER to fear in the material or Spread your 'wings. The gains

every Negro to support the Urban League GENEROUSLY, economic sense is accentuated by in business, stature and prestige

L so.that none of its services for the betterment of Negro living splendid responses. Once you can thatcan be made should be accompanied 1

end community improvement shall be in any way curtailed. Born June 22 thru July 22 become convinced that this is so. by improvements in .

White people too. in our community should see it ask November 16th thru 22nd you are not likely to be so bothered your economic affairs. Don't j

their responsibility to prevent the Urban League from being Pleasure and work share, the by the complete negative and tress the risks involved in social jI I

strangled in its operations because a few hate groups were I scene: At.the same time, you emotional outlook. Success will climbing lending borrowing -or '
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able to pressure,the Chest-United Fund to cut off its support must be prepared for the strains be much easier to come by once being led into making invest-

Today it is the Urban League, but tomorrow it might be difficulties and fatigue that are you have judged yourself impartially ments that are unsound. Old

the Camp Fire Girls the Catholic Charities, the Jewish Wel- entailed. Precautions against ner- and recognized your limita- friends rather than chance: acquaintances 1400 .WRHQ

fare Society, the Salvation Army or the Young Women's vous and physical excesses shouldbe tions, both natural and self-im should be trusted. 14001

Christian Association.Our taken. A methodical approach posed. All in all, you will have You have much to be thankful for

white citizens should see ,the need for supportingthe in general. KEN KNIGHT
8-66-50-15-71-4TJ .
that it could continue its broad for
league so program
bettering the Negro's living conditions and educating him so GETYOUR, HOROSCOPE READING,FOR 1955 J ,

that he can fill positions in industry because ,the improveffieet u.. tkls co.p.*. Lear snare ebour ,..nelt. S.ad 10 coats (MM ... PISCES Presenting .
.: of the Negro's life means more sales to white firms in cete) fat each harotcop erdtrad .y sail, Include off .ddresud,- Born Feb. IS thru Much 20
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interest forI
mere buildings for contractors, more mortgage .f the 4oMiiM .f .... .
banks and healthier, better trained servants and domestics There is power in numbers. 8-9 P.M. '12-1 Nightly
: .- in their homes to cook their food and care for their children. r ; ;- '- Those who are allied to you. and .
I; PASLO, FLORIDA ASTROLOGER those who want to join your
TO THE URBAN
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'Les Trieze.... Amies Club Announces .-f Baptist Ministers Wives Alliance Meet BPOE Of W Sels I DIRECTS FALL PLAYSMiss I

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I j Presentation Of Debutante_ Ball I Stale Heeling

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Presentation of 'the Debutante's Ball and Cotillion at which a I. Sunshine Temple 168 of St.

group of charming young ladies will ,introduced. to Jacksonville Petersburg will be host to the
society has been announced by the Les Treize Amies Club. ikv Florida State Association of Tem-
The colorful event which has 4rji : 4 ples, IBPOE of W, with Cuba and

come to be regarded as one of secretary; Miss Florence L. Wilson the West Indies affiliated on Saturday -

the social highlights of the winter recording secretary; Mrs. Nov. 24, in the Elks Home,

season, 'will be held during the SImpkins" D. Jones, corresponding beginning at 9:30 a. m. a
coming Christmas season and Is secretary; Mrs. Warren W. Mrs.Thowasena W. Floyd state

slated to take place at the beautI- Schell, Jr.. ,treasurer Mrs.'K. D. president and Past Grand Daughter -

ful Two-Spot Ballroom. Britt Jr., business manager. '. Ruler and Mrs. Hattie I.

Debutantes Coterie Members are Mrs.. K. B. Bonner, James, state financial secretary,
Announced By Prexy Mrs. Walter Meares Mrs. Hunter will preside over the annual mid-

Miss Coatsie G.-Jones, presidentof Satterwhite: Miss Gwendolyn winter planning session of'the.As-
the Les Treize Amies Club, ScheH; "Mrs. Howard Singletonand sociation.

sponsors of the event announcedthat Mrs. William J. Smith. Officers who will participate in

.the 1956 coterie of debutantesis The affair is strictly 1vitationaLGILBERT the meeting are as follows: .tf

composed of 10 of the Gateway. y Mesdames Annie M. Fields, vice ,-,'
City lovely college girls.The president; A. M. Gamble, assist-
list is as follows: Miss Ver- P-TA SETS IX, Z Yw ant president; Ruth Sanderson, Lydia Dwight 'daughter of
delle Covington daughter of Mr. chaplain; Bernice Pugh, record- Mr. and Mrs. David H. Dwight,
ANNUAL TEA
EVENTThe
Sr.. 1050 West 8th Street. will direct
and Mrs.T. V. Covington; Miss Lo ing secretary; Vera A. Wilson -
Rita Darby, daughter of Mr. and treasurer; Margaret Roberts, con- the "Children Theatre Players -
Mrs. John-Darby; Miss Rosemary Matthew W. Gilbert High ductor; Ivey Mackey, inner guard; of the Emma Ranson House
School P-TA will sponsor its annual YWCA. New York City in their
Lillienthal, daughter of Mr and Mary Jacobs outer guard; and
Mrs;George Lillenthal; Miss Pa- 'Calendar Tea Sunday, Nov.} Evangeline Hall, organist fall presentations.

drica Mendez. daughter of Mr. 18 from 4to6p.m PLANNING ANNIVERSARY PROGRAMMembers of the group ar;seen in their planningmeet Mesdames Thomasenia W. Dor-
and Mrs. P. "Mender Miss Sylvia The event is noted for the( held Sinai 'Pictured rell, Carrie Victoria World -
; in Mt. Baptist Church recently. from left to right are: Mrs. C. W. Wh1uea.H. Lawrence. Fellowship
Momon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. interesting and varied programs' H. L Jenkins. Mrs. W. L Jones sitting: Mr:.'A..L.-Lewis. Mrs. Edna Gorden. sitting: and Mrs. H. Stephens, Josephine Dunn and
Lawrence Momon; Miss Barbara staged in the past, and patrons of: Robinson.. Sara Kemp, trustees. Observance By YWThe

Joyce Reed daughter of Mr. and the school promise a repetition of Mrs. Ida M. Register, State Mo-

Mrs. Emmett Reed; Miss Sylvia thi* phase of the tea. I Ill ther; Mrs. Cornelia Livingston; A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA

Skinner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The following participants have!I, MissAJalker" Contest I Vocational School Queen I It' Mrs. Nona Benson; Mrs. Janie will hold its'World Fellowship ob-
Charles' Skinner Miss Jacqueline been named: Mrs. Hortense Gray, and Mrs. Ida L.
Burgess
; Launched SchoolThe ; Harvey, servance Sunday Nov. 18, at 4:00p :
Small, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. who will serve as mistress of-ceremonies By members of the board. .m.. sponsored by the Religious

James P. Small; Miss'Vivian Tay- i ; Mrs. Rosa Burroughs;: Temples throughout the state Education Committee.Mrs. .

lor, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Myra King;Miss Ernestine Student Council of Walker will be represented. G. B. Gardner is general
Taylor and Miss Guelda: White, Jordan; Miss Padrica Mendez;I Vocational and Commercial College kir, chairman of the observance and

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Claryce Streets; Mrs. Eliza- recently launched its "Miss Students has charge of finance.
White. beth. Nelson; and Charles F.:I I Walker" contest, with twenty S New Stanton The theme this )'ear'is "Chris-

One of the highlights of the James, Principal of Matthew W.:!young ladies competing for the Complete Written tians In Action" and an appro-

Debutante's Ball is the executionof Gilbert who will announce the II coveted title. priate program has been plannedby

the ,Cotillion an elaborate decision of the fudges ,I The winner will receive many Preliminary Essays Miss Ernestine Frazier, pro-
dance in which the debutantes, Mrs. S. EJouise Brooks MissAleathia beautiful and valuable gifts and gram chairman.Dr. .
resplendent in evening Frazier and Mrs. Etta will reign over the "CoronationBall" .
gorgeous Students enrolled in English Ivy Frey, resident physicanat
their Deas will\ judge the table arrange-! which will terminate the
gowns, participate with classes at New Stanton Senior Brewster Hospital will be the
young escorts. ments. contest. High School have completed their principal speaker for the occasion.Women's .
"Miss Gilbert" and her attend- Candidates are announced as
The Les Treize Amies Club, written entries for the annual "I
which initiated the event of 1953 ants will be special guests at the: follows: :Misses Rudene Williams,
Speak For Democracy" contest.
is one of the leading social clubsin tea and all P-TA presidents will ,Artie Lee Cue Alice Lane Bettye ,, Mrs. Amy S. Currie, who for Society
the city and is composed of be platform guests. I Lewis, Sadie Whitaker Florence
has served
of the socially prominent Music will be furnished by the Brunson Annie Nealous, Robers- many years as sponsor
many --k
and advisor to the contestants, Organized HereBy
ladies-of the city. Wesminster Choir of Laura Street tine Lampkin Emma Lee'Riley
stated that "This most challengingand
Officers in the club are, Miss: Presbyterian Church,. Mt. Olive: Ella M. Middleton Lera V. Tip- well timed topic has created a
Coatsie G. Jones president; Mrs. Female Trio Ebenezer Male Trio< pins, Francina "Bowens, Pauline good deal of enthusiasm on the Mrs. NicholsMrs.
Raymond S. Miller vicepresident the Young Adult Choir of Bethel Lovelace, Mary Frances Gussett t. .
part of all students at the school,
; Miss Ruth Broome financial Baptist Church, and the Choral Rebecca Hatcher, Marilyn Slater, : Ward
one way or another. D. Nichols wife of
Ensemble of Gilbert SchooL Myra Hurieyr Viola Garvin, Doro- :: '
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Mrs. Currie reported that the Bishop Nichols, presiding prelateof
Outstanding artists featured on thy Williams, Hazel Hall and
Band Parents Slate """ :, elimination period for prospective the llth Episcopal District or-
the program will be Miss Padrica Rosa Telfair.Business. .. ..
contestants from New Stantonwas ganized a non-denominational
Mendez and Miss Ernestine Jordan -: cK4' '
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Annul Autumn Event held during the past week. women's society at St. Paul AME

soloists. Students The contest is sponsored by the Church during the sessions of the

Jacksonville Junior Chamber of East Florida Annual Conference.One .
The Band Parents Club of New
Stanton High School will present Lucky Sixteen Circle Organize Club Here 1)j Commerce. hundred women partici-

l its annual Autumn Fiesta in the I : lt pated in the organization meetingof

auditorium'of the $school Nov. 19, Entertains Friends Students in the Business Department ? : ,; Band Parents Club the Women's Society for Com-

beginning at 8 p. ,m. Tickets may '. of the Duval County ,, .- ,. ...., n '. : munity Action and pledged their
be purchased from any-band par: Friends of the Lucky Sixteen Vocational School,recently S- ..,: l '' Sponsors Annual Fiesta support to the organization.Mrs. .

ent or band. member. Prizes will Sewing and Saving Circle will be ized a chapter of the Future The annual Autumn Fiesta will Nichols outlined the objectives -
ness Leaders of America.organ-j of the society and pre-
be awardedThe entertained with a ThanksgivingDinner be held at New Stanton Senior
will include recently held el sided over the election which resulted -
a Thursday at 8 p. m. group
program High School Monday Nov. 19, at
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MOST POPULAR Miss
Ruth Williams full-time business
show 6y the Blue Devils major The dinner will be held in the installation of officers at the Zeta in the following nominees
ettes led by Annette Madison home of Mrs. Shellie Roberts...1042 House on W. Beaver Street. After major in the Dural CountyVocational School, was selected by popu- 8:00 p. m. under the sponsorshipof being voted into office: Mrs. MyraD.
lar vote as "Miss Stanton Vocational Schoolfor 1956-57.. Miss Williams the Band Parents Club.
"Miss Stanton" for 1958-57. Frazier St, and the following the installation an informal tea King, president; Mrs. Johnnie
I Kerna D, McFarlin is band di-
graduated with honors from Isiah Blocker Jr. High School. i
Mrs. K. Solomon, coordinatorof members will serve as hostesses was held for the members and Roberts, secretary; Mrs. Aletha
rector..Mrs. R. C. Solomon is co
,
the band is chairman= pf the : Mrs. Fannie Robinson Mrs. I visitors. ordinal Crazier, assistant secretary; Mrs.

fiesta A.: call meeting; wi.be.} .Inez Johnson, Mrs. Annabell'Rucker r The group chose "Futubule", as Mrs. Currie Attends | Mrs. Ruth Dewitt i A, variety of entertainment is W JL Akery, treasurer; and Mrs.
held to make final plans for the and Mrs. Theresa White. the name of their chapter. Offi- I A. B. Williams, public relations.

event. Guests will be received by Mrs. cers are: Betty Fisher, president; Advisory Council MeetThe I Feted On Birthday planned suit all for age the event groups., with A gamesto floor Bishops Nichols and Ball Mrs.

:Robinson and Mrs. Johnson who Bertha Ross, vice-president; Eve- W. F. Ball, and other persons at-
Devils
show the Blue High-
by
i will in turn present them to Mrs. lyn Lewis, secretary; Lillie Florida State Teachers Advisory -!I The home of Mrs. Quincy L. stepping Majorettes will be the tending the East Florida Confer-

LEARN TO DRIVE Rucker and White for introduction Thompson asst. secretary; Ernes- Council held a meeting on i 930 West 19th St. was outstanding feature of the fiesta. ence heartily endorsed the action

The Q.kk..r The EctitcfWey I to the group.ACIli4 !tine Dobson treasurer; committee the campus of Florida A. & M.![i fTillman of a surprise birthday The majorettes will be led by taken duplicate by Mrs.the Nichols activity, who in plansto other
chairmen Lugenia Saulsby plan- '
Te ,LMI. I party for Mrs. Ruth Dewitt
University recently, with repre- Annette Madison, recent winnerof
r Ruth Williams, social; Marra conferences.
ning; sentatives from each of the teach-I Lavender pink and white glad- the "Miss Stanton" title.
AJAX.DRIVING Jenkins, Ways and Means; I
MUSCLES er training institutions in loins served as background of the Mrs. Solomon is chairman of
SCHOOL Evelyn Lewis, service; Betty Jean in attendance. decorative scheme which was appropriate the fiesta and Mesdames Win- Grand Union, Society
ILNare salsa d ...... .re s&."1M awe.S. Williams, publicity. Miss Arey C. I for
the occasion.
CALL EL 4-0639-- ...with rTAMIACK.UM.t..r***** Advisor. Mrs. Amy S. Currie, chairmanof gat Denefield Sykes Gustaver, Meets
Faculty' NightThe
TANBACK .ett taN to brfc* .oml.rttaCOBBJiS Crispin the English Department at New:I Greetings and congratulatorymessages Rogers and other members of the Wednesday
George Perpeno -..NIhH eM TAN/ACK..awls.a. '
...... swam ......- H e. Mwa Stanton ,Senior High School at- were read by Mrs. Ruth club are working with her to
1134 W. 5th Street .! br qt reslM .I wb Links Golfers Guild tended the meeting and stated.I Brown daughter of the honoree, make the entertainment a success. Rev. Mr G. W. Miller, pres-
who also presented the gifts. ident. of the Grand Union PallBearers
that explicit accounts were given
Slate Forum Meeting by representatives of the various!I Persons attending the celebra- Central CME Church Society announces the -.

"'- i i colleges of the type of programs I tion included Mrs. Alice Logan, meeting of the organization scheduled
I The Ladies of the Links Golfers each is presently offering.Wedding Mrs. Agnes Hicks, Mrs. Bertha Makes AnnouncementsStewardess 'for Wednesday night. No- '

.to Guild will hold its regular forum I Summers, Mrs. Joseph H. Greene, vember 21, 7:30 p. m, at 1082
meet at the Lincoln Golf and Mrs. Lillie King. Mrs. William Davis Street
Board 2 of Central,
Country Club Wednesday No- I Morgan. Sr. Mrs. Bernice Morgan
Bells CME Church will meet Sunday,i
vember 28, at 6:00: p. m. 'I Alexander, Mrs. Ruth Brown
November 18, at 4:00 in the
: p. nx CHI SIFFEIERS
L. James W.
Mrs.
A qtD CROSS SHOE Mrs. Orpah Jackson vice'presi- Quincy Tillman
home
for of Mrs. Corene Harris, 975
Applications Marriage
dent of the group will preside Brown, Edward Alexander Joseph COLD ...Mmf rto jri.M uikly t.TANBACK't .
i I over the forum. Licenses I II I" H. Greene Kathy T. Brown, Logan Street. $ *....rftltft '......1..
l The Boosters Club will meet
I Reggie Johnson Iris Y. Johnsonand STAN SACK tablets or powders work
Geneva : Monday evening. Nov 19, at 7:30 fttt to bring ctmfortfofl rtlicf free
Robt. E. McNeal Ala.. Karen A. Johnson. .. .. .. .
Luella tiled, Mr* .. .* .. .. Mural?!
of :Mrs.
28 and Louise Engram. 567 i o'clock in the home
Shirk age Refreshments were served. sad Madtttot due U .141. .
Caroline St, age 28. I Evans, 1908 Venus Street,

.- ,,:, ... NATURAL Maurice C. Grant 1040 Blodgett,I ..

'. ".-,' PIGSKIN., Deliveries Lane, age 20 and Mary: L. Gilmore Social Club To Visit ,..... (. ,,: .. u.. : .} ..
1530 Spearing St, age 19. > ''' .' "
; I Eunice LocketAnnounces :!>! : t'1. .
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z ..' Horn To: Alvin Baker, 2810 Taunton RA, Duval Medical Center ,Y ... -j .
-:';' age 19 and Frances Guyton 1203 "

I Willie J. and Jane Lawson 1032 McConihe St, age 18. Plans have been completed by. 7. ,

Albert..st, girl. Nov. 3. Joshua D. Barker 2500 Langdon the Les Camellia Social Club to ;<; ..

I :Willie and Sarah Gan t. 1920 Ave s., St, Petersburg,' Fla, age I visit the Children's Ward ,at Du the Opening of ry

Pullman Court, girl.. Nov. 2. 33 and Bertha M. E. Williams. 128 val Medical Center ThanksgivingDay .

Buck and, Abbie Flowers 1356 Ives St.age 31. as has been announced by Her Exclusive

',.. IMLY-MO Davis St, boy, Nov, 5. Wm. H. Streets, 1714 W. 16th the Club President Mrs. Bernice
l, Benny and Pearlene Barksdale, St, age 48 and Marie L. Cooper, Wright
Jewelry Store
'$10.85 2111 Woodstock girt Nov. 5. 1441 W. 8th St..age 40. The club met .recently in the ,. "
r Lloyd and Mary Brown 5050 Theo. R-Wilson, 1908 LouisianaSt home of ),Irs. Mae W. Lee, 675 S.. .
Old St. Aug. RoV.girl, Nov. 4. age 37,and Litho Lundy 1616 Lincoln Court with Mrs. Dorothy 720 Davis Street
SUBURBAN LOOK .
I Leonard and Dora Jones 659 W. 6th St, age 34. Thomas as co-hostess. Miss Gloria

America's smart choice for soft, supple ease [W.JOth: St. boy; Nov. L. Hilry H. Franklin, 1550 W.,33rd Singleton joined the club. Visitors Mrs.' Locket fnrRee her f ,
I i Willie and Barbara J. Washington St, age 42 and Daisy M. Grimes, present were: Bernard Thomas
UM O.r L1'. -.A War! Pte" ., Charge Accounts! .Invited S 351 Elm St. boy, Oct 1. 1550 W. 33rd St, age 42. and, Eli Zandera PamelL many friends to top q..x Jv9k'-b! -

.fc -. Mail.Orders Filled -PromptlyHOWARDS .samuel and Vera Jones, 2120. Henry S. Jackson,'1489 Grothe The dub will meet Monday in by and see &e fine t rJ.. '......,...."'/_. 1 ..1,,

TUskegee Rd. girl, Oct. 26. St. age 74' and Mary J.. Coley the home of Mrs. Mary L Pleas, seIedIoDofl-.cmd ,1' 'y;;,;,', ,-,;'" "
'Arthur and Mary McNealy, 755 1551 Van Buren St, age 67.. 624 E- Union St at S p. m. ny."."% ;.' ',-- ,_ sys
N. St Court boy Oct. 30. Johnnie J. Stephens 618, West other gHt$ Hem
EUNICE: LOCKETLOCIET'S
Red C/'pJ,6 AceJ Earl and Bernice Spann, 2768 Beaver St. age 32 and. Ruth F. '

.. Incinerator Rd,' girl Oct. 31. Anderson. 1219 W., 15th St,- age Trade With '

215 Laura Street :Buster and Bernice Mosley, 23. JEWELRY, S

Op.. Tit 9:00 pets Mondays = 2149 Calpohn Rd, girl Oct 31. Raymond McNeil.. 1344 W._5th Shopping Guide Advertisers ,
[ :Marion and Elossie Smith, Box St, age'33 and Hattie M.'Clark, 720 Doric' Street Phone EL 4-1773 '
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._ toen.cf wa Vitevr w'iA Tbe Aieiko* NoKoooJ Red 4 fetter
31. Maxvflle girl, Oct. 31. 1118 Franklin St. age 39. They Trtcf You

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{ Bethel Baptist; 'Sets November_ 25_As Annual Women's Day




,k ;.'c NIL Makl "E. Lalsta.1 their ai; East Florida Annual Conference Holds Session In Duval County Armory I



Mrs. Wilma well Co-ckaimu .
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:. Bethel Baptist Church will pay special tribute to' the women ,

_" of the church by.setting November 25'as their day. qfr

t' Mrs.Mabel. Latson is general .

chairman the observance-and '
r. Mrs. Wilma Dorrell is 'cochairman The Freeman Family. _

with the following persons Will 1 Be Presented
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f serving in capacities outlined:

Mrs. Portia Thorington, finance At Mt. Sinai ChurchThe a'b : T

.,-'; chairman; Mrs. Mamie Campbell I. .
k captain of the Blueand :Mrs. Lu-
Freeman family will, be
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the Red.
If berta Calahan. captain'of
presented in a dramatic and musical
Mrs. Olga Georga and Mrs. Wilma -
recital at Mt. Sinai Baptist
Dorrell. souvenir programs; A
T' Church Friday night Nov. 23. 4 q A,
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Mrs. Eola Coins and bars Mamie :
; The family is being sponsoredby
Campbell decorations chairmen;
the Educational Board of Mt. j.
Mrs. Willie Mae Oliver Mrs. Dorothy -
Sinai in connection with a fashion
Burroughs, BTU program
t
revue that will feature Milton
and Mrs. Georgian
chairmen
f:" Hood who will model the latest 1F I Ik Irw It
v Bowens and Mrs. Robie Bryant,
styles in men's clothing.The .
publicity chairmen.
f members of the family who
occasion will be
: Music for the'
will be heard are: Robert C. Free- \
furnished by Bethel's Female
the father Mrs. Evelyn
man
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a
Chorus, under the. direction of
Daughtry Freeman, ,the mother
Mrs. Elise Wilson and Mrs. Lil ,
and the children are Roderick, ..r 'Y< ; :iit\ >;;;;': < "?-,,:;;<"' '
< lian Robinson.
Joseph, Paul Lance, Raymond
f. Mrs. Mary Washington will be Keith, Leslie Dean, Diann Cecelia APPOINTMENTS MADE Scenes from the East Florida Conference which held sessions in the Duval County Armory recently are depicted in the above

guest superintendent df the Sunday Vanorian Rhunette Carroll photos. The picture at the left shows the Ri. Rev D. Ward Nichols presiding prelate of the 11th Episcopal District. giving Dr. J. W. Burroughs his assignment. The I

School and will be assisted by Yvette and Barbara Pauiett: right photo shows other members of the conference awaiting their appointments. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.
r Mrs. Bessie Dancer and Mrs. Cal-
The Freeman family was highly .
donia Simpkins. Visiting teachers .
audience
: acclaimed by an appreciative -

l,'.; will from various represent churches Sunday in the Schools city latest appearance who heard, them and they in their are Bishop Nichols Benevolent Assn. !:Jerusalem Baptist Ml.! Vernon Ushers Ministers Wives Set

Usher boards from several

fo.. "" serve churches during have the been morning invited and to 'appearing recommended at by ML those Sinai who highly'have Appoints Pastors I At Zion Hope I Closes RallyJerusalem Set AnniversaryML Anniversary ProgramMrs.

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heard them.Calendar"
evening services. This phase of ". H. H.: Robinson, presidentof

,, the observance is under the The Orlando Florida Conference The Independent '''Benevolent Baptist Church's annual Vernon Baptist Church will i the Baptist Ministers Wives Alliance

supervision of Mrs. Carrie Wash of the, AME Church is cur .Association'of America, Inc. has rally between the men and be the setting for the Seventh Anniversary announces,the anniversary

.. ington Mrs. Beulah Lamb and Tea, Districts rently in session at the St. James designated Zion Hope Baptist women of the church will end celebration of Usher i ii celebration of the organization

;.,. Mrs. Luberta Callahan. Head Emanuel's SlateA AME Church, the Rev. Mr. T. S. 'Church as the setting for its an- Sunday Nov. 18. i Board 3 of the church on Monday,: scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 20, 8
Mrs.Annie Young and Mrs.Mae Johnson pastor. niversary celebration to be held Worship services Sunday will ,November 26, at 8 p. m. : p. m. in Mt Olive Baptist Church.

f. Collins will lead Deaconess Presiding elders are the Reverends Sunday Nov. 18, 3:00 p. m. be conducted by the female members The Rev. Mr. James Bryant of The anniversary sermon will

;. Boards 1 and 2, and they have invited Calendar Tea will be held in John E. Cary, J. A. Covington The program will be precededby of the church, with Mrs. :Mt Ararat Baptist Church will i be delivered by the Rev. Mr. H.

r deaconess boards throughoutthe I Emanuel Baptist Church Sunday, 'I. D. Ford. and W. A. Jen- a parade, which will start at Mary Dasher acting as general 'deliver the anniversary sermon,i I.. Jenkins, pastor of Mt Olive.

city to be special guests.. I November 18,.from 3 to 4 JO p. m. .' 1:00 p. m. at Broad and Duval superintendent of the Sunday and music will be furnished by I Mrs. W. L Jones is in charge
ninA Streets. School. Mrs. Janie M. Jenkins, 'the Male Chorus of Mt Ararat.
under the sponsorship of the Matrons formal reception was held on r|lof the program for the occasion,
The Rev. E. R. Simpson will be Miss Pearlie R. Fountain and Mrs. An appropriate has
Society program and the following
f.. Court 103 the opening night for Bishop and announces ; par-
Evergreen A program has been planned in Mrs. Nichols. the speaker for the,occasion,.with Josephine Green will serve as I been planned in connection with'I ticipants: Mrs. B. W. Williams, _

R- Observes Anniversary connection with the event which The East Florida Annual Con- the following persons participating teachers. The lesson will be reviewed the observance that will include i historian; Mrs. Carrie People,

will be staged in the basement of ference ended in Jacksonville last in other aspects of the pro- by Mrs. Lau a Hold. other talented persons of the city.i Mrs. Edna Gordon, Mrs. H. L.
I
4 is the church. week, with appointments made as gram: The regular Sunday morning .Jenkins, Mrs. M. C. Whitten. and
'> Evergreen Court No. 103 District No. 1 of Emanuel will follows: The Rev. Mr.'S. P. Donald, the worship will begin at 11 o'clock. Tabernacle Jr. Choir Mrs. L. W. Webb.
planning its Third Anniversary Rev. Mr. Arthur Gaines Mrs. Ida The Rev. Mrs. Marie
Washingtonwill
in the
meet Sunday at 3 p. m. The public is invited.
Dr. J. W.
Transfers Burroughs,
I:: celebration for Sunday, Nov. 18 home of Mrs. Mamie Jackson, 968 M. Fleming Mrs. Susie Mann, deliver the sermon for this Observes Anniversary
Florida
South Conference; the ;
Emanuel
)1:00 a. m, in Baptist
Ionia Street Mrs. Ida Cooper Mrs Edith session and also for the evening

a,.." Church. Invitation District 13 will meet Sunday at Rev.Conference Mr. A.; the A. Redfield Rev. :Mr., Tampa L. n.1 Jones, Mrs. Ophelia Gaines, Mrs. service, which begins at 7 o'clock. I To Hear Rev. C. CrosbyThe Bethel Bapptist Scene
if is extending
Court an
The
Mabel P tee, Mrs. Evelyn Freeman .A musical will be

> 4:00 p. m. in the home of Mrs.R. Washington,. West Florida Con..I I program pre-
to the Heroines of Jericho the Rev. Mr ,A. F. Cum- sented at 3.00 featuring Of Brotherhood Meet -
and Raymond, 1642 West. 26th St ference; and, the Rev. Mr. K. D. p. m. a Rev. Mr. Charles J. Crosby
to attend the celebration par District 15 will meet Sunday at White, Orlando Conference. mings, W. B. Bradford, G. N.I selection by the Junior Choir of pastor of Mt. Pleasant Baptist

;:- ticipate in the seating arrangement Masons 3:00 p. m. jn the home ot'Mr.. Presiding Elders: the Rev.T. W. Sweet C.: L. Culver, Mrs. Emma Union Progressive Baptist Church, will deliver the sermon The Baptist Ministers Brotherhood I

along with the and Master Eastern and Mrs. T. L. Balcony, 1131 E. Bullard, East Jcksonville District Watkins, and );Ii frs., Eliza. Rich Church; The Singing Angels and i at Tabernacle Baptist Church of Duval and adjacent counties -
Arch
: Royal Union Siree'tDistrict ; { ; the Rev. W. R. Akery, West Perry. The Gosuel Crusaders; The Rev. I Sunday 3:00 p. m. on the occasion will meet Monday Nov. 19,

U t Stars. L. / is 16 willjneet Sunday District;. the Rev. F. N. Jones, fusic will Taeftirnished by the L. Williams and Miss Marva Jen- of the First Anniversary of at Bethel Baptist; Church. I
Mr. S. Badger
The Rev. 3:30'pmt in the home of Mr.; -& South District The North District Temple Choir, Church of God in kins. the Junior Choir. The Rev. Mr. H. W. Stuckeywill
where
of Emanuel Baptist,
pastor will be Mrs:: George Smith 1984 Baldwin will be supplied.The Christ and the Philadelphia Bap- Miss Annette Smith is president preview the Sunday School
J" the anniversary program Street. tist Church Choir. I of the choir and Mrs. Helen lesson and the Rev. Mr. G. Weaver -
following pastoral appoint- JerichoIn
Heriones Of -
held.
( District 17 will meet Sunday at ments were read: Mt Olive, B. J. Members are expected to wear! Lawrence is counsellor. will be the order of the'day. I

:3 p. m. in the home of Mrs.. Bell Williams; ML Zion, W. F. Foster; uniforms. i Post ServicePostThanksgiving Tabernacle Baptist Church is The Rev. Mr. H. H. Robinsonis

'S' Districts Active Jackson, 538 EsteR Lane. St Paul J. A. Roberts; Grant Memorial The Association is under the i services will located on the corner of Lafayetteand president of the group and the ..

,: District 18 will meet Sunday at to be supplied;v Wards supervision of the Rev.. Mr. C. L. Albert Streets. Rev. Mr G. W. Miller is reporter.
be observed by members of the
3:30 m. in the home of, Ir. &. Culver. The public is invited to the an-
p. Chapel. J. J. King Mt Moriah, H.
At St. Matthew ; Heroines of Jericho of Duval and
t Mrs. J. W.Smith, 2041 Baldwin T. Pittman; Fountain Chapel F. I adjacent counties in Mt. Olive niversary celebration. ACHING MISCLES

Street. W. Jones; New' St James D. W. Mission
s'; St MAtthew Baptist Church announces Welcome; New Bethel, T. E. Brokenborough J Primitive the Baptist of Church Fourth, locatedon Street FLORIDA STARIN fUli.v. Mtn. .f tired. ...*. ....... NHNclM .
corner with" STAN BACK,UbUt*r******
Fall Tea to be held Sacred
a Wright. Presents Play and Myrtle Avenue Sunday, November STANBACK acts fat t*brmf Mmfrtiftfr
> Sunday, November 18 3:30 p. m. Second Baptist Orange Park, L. W. Alexander; EVERY .lf...b.caw.th.STAN BACK formulacombiitM
I 25, at 2:30 p. m. ..",rml rtttriptiM typ' {*.
o<,!' in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Prince Chapel C. J. Hodges; Brokenborough Mission will Members are asked to come in COLORED HOMF .r.di.nts f.e tat r.li.f of pita*

?- Wise, 1485 Steele St.The event Dsistrict Meets Gregg Chapel, O. P. Potts; Hurst present a religious play at the' full dress.
is sponsored by District 7 of
being Chapel H.: J. Jones Henry Gordon Wilder Recreation Center on I

\ the church. E. D. Ross; St James, Panama JS9
Thursday. Nov.. at 8 p. m.
t District 2 will hold its anniversary District Number Three of Sec- Park, J. A. Gilliard; New The production is titled. "He Masons Worship RITZ THEATRE

: observance Sunday 3:30: p. ond Baptist Church will celebrateits Hope, A. M. Scott; Payne Chapel Came Into His-Own and They

( m. at the,church. A program has J. W. Jones Midway L. Holmes, "
in connection with Twenty-seventh Anniversary i ; Received Him Not, and will be,On ThanksgivingThe THURSDAY. FRIDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1517
t' been arranged Sunday_ Nov. 18, 3:00 p. m. in the i transferred from West Florida supported by group singing. FIRST RUN"SCREAMING .
the occasion. and Mrs. Kincey Conference. Masons will observe EAGLES"also
home of Mr. i The Rev. B. F. Brokenboroughhas

Thomas 988 W. Duval SL New Bethel Spring Glen, H. L. written several poems, which Thanksgiving Day with servicesat .

If Worried Troubled The following persons hold of- Coley; ,Payne and Bell Chapel will be.read during the evening. Mt Olive Primitive Baptist, "MANY RIVERS TO CROSS"

< fice in the district organization: East Palatka. E. L. Esay; Mt beginning Thursday at 2.30 p. m. Cartoon Serial '

In Doubt# Mrs.':.Grace: Clark, president;i Pleasant Fruit Cove, R. J Arnold The family will be working .

: Mrs Maggie Singleton, record' ; St Paul, Mayport J. W. 1 15th ,Anniversary Set under the Most Worshipful Union SUNDAY TUESDAY NOVEMBER- 18.20 ,

;: MADAM' ing 'secretary; Mrs. Eula'Evans,, Watkins; Mt Zion, Mandarin,, Z. For District Nine Grand Lodge of Florida PHA "CRIME-IN FIRST THE RUN STREETS"- '-.!- -r-

financial secretary; Mrs. Minnie i L. Tyrus; St. Andrews, G. W. 111. C. Henry, grandmaster.The '.-
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STAR Tomblin, treasurer; Mrs.Cornelia Smith; $t. Peters T. E. Shehee; The Fifteenth Anniversary ofAbyssini group will lay a corner "KING OF THE CORAL SEAS': -

ffcpk Reefer mmirertwra Haddock and Mrs. Annie Bell Mt Pisgah. L. T. Torrence; Way- 's District: No 9 will be stone, led by IlL A. Fleming deputy -

'< Teller Thomas, deaconesses.Mr. mon Chapel, E. P. Epps; Union observed Nov. grandmaster, prior to the WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ,...7-: '
Monday evening, -
All ....... ,.""".. Kincey Thomas is leader of Community, W. M. Merritt; Mt worship service. Wild Bill Elliott .,
19 in the auditorium of the
"HELL FIRE"and ; ;
mmiLucky GesA./.1 the district which has made a Olive East Palatka H. Y. Fryer; church. Members are to wear full uni- :
I
Numbers considerable: contribution to the Mt Zion, Southside W. M. Camp- form. -

Rete. 17.w............... I church and the community theThe bell; Lee Seminary J. B. Epper- The program begins at 8 o'clock Rod Camera :
s .eM F.rs sKaet3. and features the following par- "BRIMSTONE"You

past. son.Mt ticipants; Mrs. Lavern Washington HilpiHulAm'ClttfKpny
Monahr Sunbeam, B. C.
t Mrs Gwendolyn Hatton Miss
Williams; Mt. Pisgah, Federal
lash!
Yvonne Quick, St-John Baptist
( Point E. C. Jenkins; St Luke, Church Choir No. 3, The Heavenly wRIH Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Things Silver Hill. W. M. Will St. Marys
Little ; Fire Gospel Singers the Heavenly Zemo, a doctor' antiseptic,
,,: Armstrong, T. McFadden; New Echoes and Mrs. Edna Jack promptly relieves itching,stops
Allen Chapel, A. Jackson; Bethel Bcmtchfrg: and so helps heal and LOW PRICESOn
Mrs. Viola McTear is general
son. Extra
That rashes. Bay
Countlittle Armond, H. I. Edmonds; Mt dear surface
: chairman of the program com-
:: Zion, Hastings,Z. Russ, Macedonia tor zemoCHAMPIOM'S
mittee. stubborn eases
Femandina, A. Young St Your
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little 4eUib .ke its .mod.re.
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; Paul St Augustine. D.. B. Thorpe;
sMOOtb-fe.ctleei.g. } funeral servke. locfc .fIfeMjts'fcmdUJ
,_ Bethel, Palatka. J. P. Morris St
; NEEDS
by 8. with, Pertk.l.r l e..., DRUG STORE
for .MUnp.,...t G"each '*.. mar '.*.. i" Luke,.St Augustine C. E. Toston;
Hurst Chapel, H. S. Sneed; St
:- itself, collectively they make the 4>ffeiKfcetwee
E:. a ..tishe.*..,. c .*olt.j- service e4 Stephen J. B.. Armstrong. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store .

k- ,. eve which ,adds, t. the b.r4en. o.r steH is Gibbs Chapel Eugene Mobley; -' THANKSGIVING SPECIALS '

:. trained to assume ,every respoasibHitf as Arlington, E. L. Green; Cedar We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

E to lighter as m w k 'as'.........1Po..il le the Creek, H. A. Hankins; Asbury, S.
; Your Local
&- difficulties .f the family.ui ; J.. McKnight; Hilliard B. T.: Bal- PapersWOOD'S
Dress $3.98 Two Pak $7.00
to lard; New Bethel New Berlin,I Pants ,

P. H. Johnson; Lewis Memorial,! $6.95 VALUES"Gabardine

:E-- {Fueral.HoMe G. Champion;Baldwin, S. E. Fel-: Jackets Now $4.99 DIXIE PHARMACY
West :
; Ns1.ss a der; Bethel. Callahan A, D. Harris -: : ,
1302 KINGS ROAD MYttU AVENUE
.t
;:= W. P. Holmes, Jr. Directors .Alphonso, West. St. Matthews, N. McCray;!' Men's Sweat Shirts . $1.00 PHONES EL 3-557-98
Mt. Zion, Green Cove Springs, L'
I< '. w. DeUrer We Alo fill AH ..cton"PAY PmcriptM..
Telephone: PO 5-1641 : W. Tyler; Allen Chapel S. An- Men's ,Sox .oo . : .. .. 5 Pair $1.00
drews. YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE
Avenue ,
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2'1191. Edgewood MagpoBa, Carders
) ; < The conference will hold ses-

24-Hour Ambulance ,Service =- Off-Street :Parking sions in. Mt Olive. AME Church I 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118 BILLS AT OUR STOREo'"i'
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How 17, 19W THE FLORIDA STAR Pap,F'n1



I:, Jacksonville Stages Colorful Veterans Day Parade I *




Jix Groups March
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The Veterans Day parade in

Jacksonville saw many Negro $ 4 A. V? 1 4 \tl., Ai,
groups taking active part.

The usual high stepping majorettes N '"

marching bands,,school patrols + '
Boy Scouts_and.servicemenwere ;aIIC' +
seen in the parade along

with numerous vehicles and floats ,

The top right photo shows one f

of the local Boy Scout troops

while the photo on the extreme
right catches Hew Stanton High

School majorettes marching at a '
cool pace. : : L;: :

The Star photographer caught 1 a Zi' *
{ Y A U .( tk Pepsi Cap U
a group of spec tors"beld spell-
t k.t e .aUtudin yuc
bound by an unusual feat by pa- I AJae-rtcaJoa" .h. make ..r
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rade participants in the lower left : r rualry acid ur community
picture* while'the picture on the L : t : a letter place la which U U,e.
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extreme right shows the famous : : a'
School Boy.PatroL 4II ..... ...... ...L. ...L ...L..L
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PATRONIZE Y *
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Maurice H. Barnett r
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SMOKERS EVERYWHERE ARE w+
Speaks To Boy ScoutsThe .

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: West Division Boy Scouts
Court of Honor North Florida *
4 Council, heard an address by .
: WHY Maurice H. Barnett principal of '
A.i DISCOVERING Darnell-Cookman School, last MYRNA WILSON *
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__ :: f Thursday night. James Weldon Johnson *

,, ',> .... ...+___.... .I ":b: Troop 74 of St Pius Catholic Junior Uiih School *
: Church, was in charge of the This week Pepd-Cola .
opening ceremonies. Moses Davis, dealers are happy to salute +
Myrna Wilson, an
Jr. is Scoutmaster and Bruce R. honor student. Myrna is a .
member of the Civics or I Ifganlzation
Seldon, assistant Scoutmaster.
and is activein
the majorettes *

ICEROVSW Browns Ask WaiversOn *

) Horace Gillom ** tr

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CLEVELAND, Ohio The :
a Cleveland Browns have asked
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waivers on Horace Gillom a ten-

vear man and placed Jim Ray *

Smith, a rookie tackle from Bay- 6
lor University on the National
Football League active list. *

Gillom 36, was the oldest player t + !yw
0" on the squad used mostly as a
utility ,lineman playing offense *
and defense to the left or right.
'C$xy e r S( Yzw 'n F'rX Horace was noted for his punting.At *

the time of his release, he was von
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tied for first place with Norm Van
p OTIS CUE
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Brocklin of Los for
Angeles punting -
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James Weldoa Jobmson ,
leadership with 44.6 averageper Junior Hlk School >
punt. '
Oils is a member of the
Horace who played his college 9-Z homeroom. He is re-
football at Nevada, is the last of porter.for His his religious class organization. affiliation -- '
the three Massillon High School is with the St. .
Paul Methodist Church.
players who played for Coach .
)Sfz' Paul' Brown at Massillon and then *
{
went with Coach Brown into pro * *

pI footbalL s "-*-

Parker Continues .

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To Slar For Team *

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COLUMBUS, Ohio Long J.>e.1 j Y : *
fore the 1956 football season start- nom

I ed, football men. looked into the'uture .,
and predicted that a big I 9 ty rd .

powerful 250 pound guard on the
Ohio State's football team was .
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sure bet to win All-American f3t
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honors and lineman of the year m v:'
award. ',-
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BARBARA JEANBONNER -
The big man of whom so much .
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has been said js Big Jim Parker, James Weldon Johnson 4 ..
the 22-year-old native Georgian J aior Hlch School *
who is a tower of strength on the 't-2 .,...;.
Barbara Jean in the .
line for the Buckeyes.In homeroom is. is vice
president of the class or-
A two seasons of varsity foot- gapization. She is an .
T' ( ball Parker has never been knocked honor student and is in
the school marching band \t
off his feet For two seasons .
.. : Twice As Many' Filters he-had rousing duels with Calvin .

Jones, the former Iowa star and
ri * *
: No. 1 college lineman in 1955.
Jim held his own. '.

gp3 : in Every Viceroy Tip : In 1954 at Iowa City, the two Coegratalstiou trove ,._

;, .. .; giants clashed head-on for the Award CoU: to wleaen rfc.M!tfcrw ,Malt
'_''.' '' 1.' '':_' first time. Parker as a sophomoreand

Jj_ AS THE OTHER TWO LARGEST-SELLING FILTER BRANDS .r Jones as a junior. That duel Listen t. Pepsi Merit AwiriMlvr
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has .t. f Pepsi
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YEEH TIME, WRHC, 1 00
pt never been forgotten that day. M. Saturdays 10 .
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ea teat
..= ;.. Later that season Parker was 11 A.M.
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; the anchor of the Buckeyes line
COMPARE. : How many filters in y our filter,Up?. in a sensational goal line stand *
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s their arch rivals Michigan *
(Remember-the more filters the smoother the taste!) against, to turn the tide in a game *

that gave Ohio State the first of
its two consecutive Big Ten championships -' *
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and a Rose Bowl trip. *

Big Jim is playing that same type '
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of football in the 1956 campaign.
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CIGARETTES Itching burning of Skin Rashes

:4. Krrrma, PsorlMte BSngironn andAthlete's .

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Putnam County News City Rivals Are Set Injured In Auto Crash Bethune-Cookman Band Happy Haven Home


BY E. J. PREEN For IntraC'amee. I D #. f .Scheduled To Play In Special Event

.MB Madison'StrML Palftlla. Florida ..... 4. .
Thanksgiving' Night r For Dunbar Homecoming.
Phone East -_s ....,i..... .." ,. Mrs. Willie Lee Brooks directorof

.J. ._' '- .. the Happy Haven Home for the
The, Fighting Panthers of the 4 The Dunbar High School of Aged located at 2806 W. Edge-
'..-i; '. A THOUGHT FOR THEVEEX' I .
< ; Eastside will take on the mighty .; Green Cove Springs has sche- wood Avenue, announces "Open

.'. .v. Ltt your bucket.down ,where you.are.J". .r. Stanton Blue Devils in their annual h :. -'" ., duled its Homecoming activitiesfor House" for Sunday, Nov. 18, at

Last week .the charming :Miss Helen ,daughter.of Mr. Thanksgiving Day classic ;: Nov. 15-17, climaxing with the 3:00 p. m.

Sam Thomas. was our movie.guest. She was.very grateful*for the Thursday night, 8 p. m. in the football game Saturday night Miss Anna Knight, educational
invitation. Gator BowL when the Dunbar Panthers will secretary of Oakwood College

This wMk our invitation goes This game which began back in meet the Peck High Wolves of Huntsville, Ala.. will deliver the

to a lady who is employed Fernandina Beach. main address.
young OCALA 1949 has grown to become a big .<"
in the training or teaching depart The parade has been set for
attraction to out-of-town as wellas Music for the occasion will be
ment. She lives with one of her local fans. The game this year e y ,w Saturday afternoon, 4:00: p. m:, furnished by New Stanton High

sisters in Palatka. She 'has a sister FESSENDEN HIGH IN MARTIN is expected to be full of thrills. and the Bethune-Cookman College School chorus, under the directionof

who lives in Jacksonville'and HAS ANNUAL HOMECOMING from the beginning to the end. 60-piece marching band is Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore.

also one who lives about two The faculty and student bodyof scheduled to participate.A .

miles out .across the St. Johns Fessenden High School are in The'Panthers have defeated the x ; rp'dx colorful half-time performance
Blue-Devils in the last three encounters -
Blver and three brothers. I am the process of making plans for is expected when bands
while the Blue Devils
sure she knows this is meant for their annual Homecoming festivi- from Bethune-Cookman College

her. If she doesn't. her little fire- ties., The coronation ceremonies: took the first four encounters. ... .. ,. Central Academy High School of
Both teams have fine recordsfor .__ _, a.wo <-':"
w
very x
Palatka
and other schools
year-old niece does. will be first in a series of Home- high
coming events. this year, with the Gilbert ACCIDENT VICTIM Wiles Payne is seen sprawled between will make their appearance.

Panthers having won. 5, lost 0 and two wreck Tennessee Street last Afternoon Miss Lucille Bennett elected -
The Men's Day program at Cal- Miss Julia Dawson a senior can following a on Saturday was

vary Baptist Church was very honor student, will be crowned tied 1. The Blue Devils have won .NOT. 10.Payne who was driver of one of the cars escaped death. by popular vote to reign as

successful last Sunday. ProfessorW. "Miss Fessenden." Misses Betty 6, lost 2 and tied 0. The Blue was taken to A. and Hospital for treatment. Doctor gave him a ,"Miss Homecoming" will be

Devils defeated Booker T. Wash- chance of recovering. Photo by James Walden. presented to the fans during the
M. Saxton delivered a very Jean Bagley and Anita Jones will fifty-fifiy
ington in Miami to the tune of half-time activities. She will be
impressive address at the morning serve as her attendants.
27 to 6, while the Fighting Pan i
flanked by her attendants. Misses
worship. The School president Some eight bands and numer-
#- used for his subject "It's Time For ous floats and decorated cars will thers were scuffling to tie BookerT. FAMU Graduate Green Cove Springs Pinckney Coleman and Vera Hall
Washington (Miami) 6 to 6. --
of the
Men To Stand Up." Coach Cooper be seen in the annual Homecoming Sophomore class.
i The pre-game show will be LAYMEN'S Miss Flora Burroughs, "Team Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
and his football team was presentMr. parade. Research DAY AT FIRST
Chester Shell who is an out- I The Homecoming game this given br Gilbert's Marching Band Doing AFRICAN BAPTIST Sweetheart" will appear at the (above) star in the technicolor
and the half-time show will be half also and will be to Vista-Vision riot "PARDNERS"
presented ,
of the is between Fessenden High
standing Baptist Layman year Laymen will be in charge of
State delivered the message for and Carver Heights of Leesburg. staged by the Stanton Blue Devils In Cancer Field services Sunday, Nov. 18, at the the captain. and co-captain of the showing at the Strand on the big

the evening worship and spoke Both teams have outstanding rec- Marching 100. First African Baptist Church. team. Thanksgiving holiday week bill.

from the subject "Service." Mr. The After-Game Dance will be The morning worship services A social dance will be held after Main feature is the new technicolor -

James Howell presided at the ords.A spectacular fireworks show held in the Gilbert High School TALLAHASSEE George W. will be conducted by the women, the game and the B-CC Collegiansare western thriller"RED SUN-

piano throughout the day. Both will be staged during half-time Gymnasium. Music to be furnished Robinson, a graduate of.Florida A with Mrs. Vera Hall and Mrs. scheduled to play for this af- DOWN," starring Rory Calhounand

speakers were introduced by theStar's I activities. by Sy Hawkins and his Jesters. & M University with a major In Angeline Wooten serving as co- fair.. Dean Jagger.

correspondent. Outstanding players on the Gilbert chairmen.The I.
.. biology, is doing cancer researchin
team have been: Captain men will conduct the eve-

.The many friends of Rev and Capital City News Curtis Miranda, Capt. Theodore New York. ning services, with Maxwell W. .

Mrs. J. P. Morris were glad to Richardson Capt. Ernest Sis- He is a laboratory technician in Saxon serving as chairman of the JOHNNY SHAW

learn that they hare been real- By Juanita HendersonMiss trunk. Willie Bussey, All-Confer. the Clinical Virology Laboratory, group.

signed to Bethel AME Church in Ruby Hurley of Atlanta, ence halfback selection last year Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer The Rev. Mr. L. M. Jones is -

Palatka. Ga. gave a very inspiring and en- and Tommie Chandler, All-Con- Research and the Memorial pastor of First African Baptist. AND"Jumpin'
Center for Cancer and Allied Di
ference.Tackle selection last
joyable talk at the Bethel AME year.

Mrs. Ruth Walker spent last Church last Sunday evening. Outstanding players on Stan- seases. Woodson Is Leader

week Hawthorne. visiting rela Miss Hurley is the Southeastern ton's team have been: Bennie In addition to his research With Johnny"COMING

tlves. Regional Director for the NAACP. Stokes, Eugene Glover, Alfred duties,.Mr.Robinson is enrolled in r In Big Ten Rushing

Austin :and Van D. Jenkins. the graduate school of arts and

The many friends of Mrs. Annie Rev. C. K. Steele is leaving sciences pursuing courses leadingto YOUR NAY
i CHICAGO The leader in ,
Mae Thomas will be glad to know Saturday Nov. 10 for speaking the degree of master of sciencesin
rushing in the Big Ten is Abe
that she is recuperating after engagements in New York City, general and endocrine physiology I
Woodson, the speedy halfback of 9:00 10:00 A. M.
undergoing surgery Wednesday in Brooklyn and St. Louis. WOBSPROGRAM ,at New York University. He -
:the University of Illinois, who is J
Flagle Hrospital, St. Augustine.Mrs. was 'member of the class of 54 -
SCHEDULE .playing his last year of collegiate
Thomas is one of Palatka's There were many church goersto at Fam-U. football: 3:00 6:00 P. M.

leading beauticians.Mrs. attend the various church services II MONDAT-fRlOAY SCHEDVLE I
I The Illinois ,speedster has gain-
(OCTOBZR)
throughout the city Sunday .-*0- sign OB ed a total of 266 yards in two Monday Thru Saturday
E. J. Vreen left Thursday morning. ':Moo cJ News weather I Lake City '
t games. His total him 100
puts
*3- 7:Ie Heavea'i Road (Dcaca
indefinite
for Bradenton for
an, Grace) 'more than Purdue's Mel Dillard
stay. Dr. Jimmie Stewart of A.-& T. 7 Moo 7 S3 New Weather OVER
73I** The Kid (Bb H.4s*.) OES PLANS THANKSGIVING in the same number of games.Woodson's .
College Greensboro, N. C* visitedthe 00Sl Newt *: Weather PROGRAM IN MASONIC HALL I total
**3- ltS The Kid (Bob faders) rushing makes
Learn Commercial Art capital city last week-end. Dr. .:u. ':H Teeale Weenie Time The Annual Thanksgiving Pro- ,him the Big Ten's leader in total
Stewart has friends in Tal ,:*0- 93 New. A: Weather '
Start Aaytina many ':U-ll:1e Jmmpt wail Jchaajr .Shawl gram by the Rising Sun Chapter.offense, a notch ahead of Purdue's WO B SJACKSONVILLE'S ,
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c. .. APPROVED lahassee. U::-lt3 l-llM New Gospel*Train Weather N*. 1 68 Order'of Eastern Star, will be Lennie Dawson. The fast running

AMERICAN U0-llI News Weather held Sunday, Nov. 18. 3:00 p. m* left halfback has gained a total
Mrs. Lucille Miller and son of 113-12M Gospel Train N*. 1UoIU:1S
at the Masonic Hall on South of 181 yards Minnesota.
Local News (TYeaneDaniels against ONLY ALL NEGRO
SCHOOL OF ART Albany Ga. spent last week-end ) Broadway Street.

with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Tinner of 12lS-l2:3e Public Service Show PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
Mevtd To New Location
12&-1ZM
Job Mart (TYftD8Daalell) The sermon will be delivered Trinity Male ChorusRefreshments
106 EAST BAY STREET I I 2315 South Adams St. Mrs. Milleris 12:45.111 Woman's World (Yvonne
2o4 FUor Daniels) by the Rev :Mr. W. M. Burke,I will be served "
an instructor at the Training I- IMS News Weather 1360 On Every Radio Dial"woRUs
School at Albany State College. 1:03H_ Gospel Train No 2 (Deacon pastor of ML Pisgah AME Church.1 immediately following the pro-
Grace) Music will be furnished by the grantIETHUNECOOICNAN
Z:"- 243 News Weather V
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The ladies auxiliary of Fountain Grace)
LUNAR MONTH SPECIAL Chapel AME Church serveda 340-343 News Weather
3934W Junpln wtth Shaw
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SECRETS OF LIFE most delicious turkey dinner 4:00. 443 News ft Weather
44354 Jwnpin with Johnny Shaw COLLEGEvs
Which live last Saturday. There were many 50- 343 News ft Weather ,
youPOWER visitors in the city who enjoyed 5tJ- 5t Jompln with Johnny Shaw -...
3:3 Sign OffSUNDAY
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being served after the big football SCHEDULE It

T. trail LOVE SUCCESS game. .40 Sign(OCTOBER on ) KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE' !
HAPPINESS tyre the new I:"- '4S News Weather
way .f '45- ':H Heaven's Read (Deacon .p'S I
Organizations which formerly Grace) ... u| ...
PRAYERLUNAR :tt- 143 New a Weather
complained that no one came to 143-14 Heaves Bead (Deacon '

MONTH CLUB the meetings but the presidentand 8:90- S3 Oral Grace Roberts) HOMECOMING CELEBRATION

1270 FULTON STREET' secretary can now boast of 1:308:45 Swannairee Gospel Singers "
S:45OO Heaven's Road
Boon 16, N. Y. .six and seven hundred Negroes at ,:0 -1011 Bishop S: C. Johnson .THANKSGIVING DAY
.HE 8-3526-P.o.*_JA 30490i& their civic meetings. The city of 1040-10:30 Heavenly tire Singers rAtrnt auHefWll
11:30-10:45 of God Thursday November 22nd at 2:30
Tallahassee is, planning to builda 10:45-11*Ethel Davenport p.m. .

KefefofPAIN civic center which will includean It40-I143 1143-U40 News Heaven's* Weather Road ..... -

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PATRONIZE 2:00-340 JAFCO Gospel Revue vM bOpM yMr .
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........r1 e .... 2PI19 43- 1:45 The Kid (Bob Hudson) ,
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TM AlfACKV ;s..u- 040S43 News a Weather
Air All.F NI I2f1BA 9:tJ-IItI11UIIpm with Johnny. Shaw
1040-1043 New a Weather
1043-1140 Gospel Train No. 1 J TEEN Jill TNIS ONE OF THC//MOST FAAO OP .tl ANSfK 1 SENT N
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1143-1240 Gospel Train N. 1
@ IBM UMMKMHnsTrl 1240 12:13 Local News (Yvonne FOR CriRISTMASf1EGtarlRAAl/ R1DGE..IbTMr .Wlg15 6iilf4la?
nMWvrnArtkle Daniels) tENrtR't' 5r'S70PtrETVVEY tRIICEWASEIEtT DSEtATOR.
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Wildcats And Thorobreds To Battle In Homecoming Game INUILIJIPanthers



hare been playing this

year the Easl-Wtsi Classic will

Wildcat Ctackes Expect Hard Game the Florida A It M Rattlers in the .fire again it may mean that they be a ioss>up.. Neither team nor

SPORTING IT UPBY Orange Blossom g me.. He is one I.are ready to go on from there. the backers of both teams are

of the,great stars who has been WITH SUCH FOOTBALL that conceding anything to the other.It .

With leiiBcky States'TkorobredsFootball instrumental in helping to keep the New_ Stanton Blue Devils and will be a case of "May the bet-

Tennessee State undefeated this the Matthew W. Gilbert Fighting ter team win."
1 C. PARHAM JOHNSON
fans throughout Florida are looking forward to November season. He is the first Tiger half-

.22 when the Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman College of Daytona J.C. CAROLINE who broke the i the heavyweight boxing cham back to become Tennessee's total

Beach meet the Thorobreds of Kentucky State College in their 0-years yardage record of Har- I pion of the world should be set offense leader in four years. Wil-

Homecoming tilt. old lied Grange while playing tled. It won't be long before Archie burn piled up a yardage record of PLANNING A XMAS PARTY ?

Since losing to Grambling College I halfback for the University ofllinois. Moore and Floyd Patterson will more than 412 yards in the first

by a score of 26-6, Coach I Homecoming of 1956 as memor is one of the main rea- be mixing it up in the ring to four games for an average of 103 LAY AWAY NOW FOR XMASAt

Bunky Matthews and his assist- able affair.Jackie. sons why the Chicago Bears have decide the winner. Despite his 40- yards per game. He has been the

ants have united their forces to piled such a brilliant record dur- years Moore appears to be the sparkplug in Tigers nine game Regular Prices

iron out.ail kinks and correct all Ing the 1956 pro ,football season. heavy favorite over the 21-year- winning streak.FLORIDA .

f mistakes made by the Wttdcatsin Is Tossed Grange garnered a yardage record old Patterson. Patterson is much A It M's TOUCH- LIQUOR GOING UP-

the Grambling game 'to be fully of 1,314 at Illinois and Caroline younger in age ,and less exper- DOWN TWINS. Galimore and

,ready for the Thorobreds. topped it with 1.480 record. ienced than the foxy old fighter Frazier will be out to prove their Starting November 1st

The loss suffered by the Wild- Out For Rkiiarb FLORIDA A & M RATTLERS. who is ring wise and a natural rightful ownership of AllAmerican SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD

cats is by no means a yard stick S have again won the SIAC cham- puncher. honors when they meet the'ennessee YOUR PURCHASE TIL XMAS

by which the full strength of the pionship. The Rattlers remain VIC POWER who is consideredthe State Tigers in the
HIROSHIMA, Japan Jackie
Wildcats can be. measured. Football among the top teams of the nation most versatile player in the Orange Blossom Classic down in
Robinson became the first Brook- ALL POPULAR BRANDS and
fans who are close observersof with an undefeated season. American League, the regular .liainL Barring injuries they will
lyn Dodger player to be tossed out '
the game ire acquainted with After winning the championshipof first baseman of the Kansas City be all set to avenge Florida's loss
of a on the Dodgers'u.rrent LARGE SELECTION OF DECANTERS .
the game enough to know that game the conference they are begin.. Athletics is now playing third to Grambling in last year's Clas-I
20-game tour of Japan.
two losses in succession is no way ning to look forward to the base in the Caguas Rio Piedras ;
Jackie was tossed out in the sic.THE at theSILVER -
to Judge the caliber of a football Orange Blossom Classic. Callitos in his native Puerto EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE :
third inning of a with the
game '
teanvBethuneCookman DON CLARK.JIM ROSEBOROand Rican League. Vic has played TIGERS put the best football -
K nsai AU-Stars.for his long and
has always I loud protest of a decision. The BIG JIM PARKER of the first base, second base third base team on the field ,that it has. STAB_

been noted as ,a come-back team Ohio State Buckeyes have really and the outfield for the Athletics. had in many years. Congratulations -
the 10-6 however
and with such_performers as Otis Dodgers won game turned on the steam this season, He. is also one of,'the best stick- to the coaches who have DRIVE-IN LIQUORS
I after coming from behindto
Williams Charles Merrill Doc and they have played a major men in the League. done such a magnificent job in I .
win.
Graham Laagston Austin. Henry I, In the,seventh inning the Dod- part in the great season that have SUGAR RAY'' ROBINSON the bringing back gridiron glory to 566ff Avenue 'B' Phone PO 4-9192

Bainey CharleS. Manning, Morris gers pulled the play of the game. been accomplished by the Buck- world's middleweight championhas the school out Kings Road way.
Smith and Elbert Brogdon the eyes. been offered a $125,000 bout Now that the Tigers have caught i
Uukie Shimbara a right-handed
Wildcats can not be counted out. pitcher replaced Mitsuo Osaki. the BIG DON NEWCOMBE of .the in Milwaukee. Promoter Phil Valley
The Thorobreds will invade of Milwaukee said he
starting pitcher walked PeeWee Brooklyn Dodgers seems to be sent a
I
Daytona Beach with one of the last week to Robinson's
Reese Duke Snider and Roy Cam- enjoying himself over the many I telegram
strongest teams that it has put on at 'Greenwood
panella. The runners pulled a triple etWrs and messages he has received -; training camp
the field in many seasons. Their Steal with Reese on the scoring since the World Series. Re- Lake.:N. Y. offering him $125,000 :, : _

only loss was to Lincoln of Mis- end. cently, Don received a letter from i to meet the winner of the Joey
,
souri and tied.Central State. "-,'
they Governor Chandler Kentucky: Giardello-Charlie Cotton fight.
With a 4-1-1 record thus far for 5- rtt
congratulating him and more re- JIM PAGE. 5-11. ISO-pound left

the season they:are heavy favor-. cently he received a message from halfback of the Michigan Wolver- Ik
ites in their conference competi Kalsn Sccud the President of the United States ines is a sparkplug for his team. '.'.

tion.The letting him know that he still has In every game played this season. ...,
Kentucky Thorobreds lave IiProFoeikllCroud faith in -him. He also mentionedthe Page has put' in some brilliantruns I .;

two of the best linemen in the fact that the 27 wins Don that have meant scores for

conference in Vemell Collins, Gaiiiig pitched for the Dodgers during his team. He is a native of Little .. "
senior center and Allen Huffman :- .
the regular season could not be Rock Ark.COLLINS.
senior tackle. The two seniors .' '
easily forgotten.THE .
(Mike) HAGLER. h
S
have been a great in the i M
cog CHICAGO -The Chicago Cardinals -
NCAA HAS put its okayon known as the "Little Giant"of the

wheel ,thisseason and they ,will Ollie Matson held second I ten bowl games. The bowl Iowa Hawks is a big favorite with -. '....;-:., :: ,
be in there to stop anything that place in ground gaining after the ., "
games okayed are the Corn Bowl Hawks' fans. Hagler is' 5-9 and ..
the Wildcats may have to,offer. first five games of the National Bloomington. DL. Nov. 22: Re- weighs 170 pounds. The "Little ..-
The enure Homecoming festivities -
Professional Football League. frigerator Bowl Evansville Ind. Giant" is well known"among the .

around BethuneCookmanwill Matson has long since been considered Dec. 2: Gator BowL Jacksonville. fans for his quick stepping scat-
be filled with'brilliant events as one of the toughest men: .
F1a.. Dec. 29: Sun BowL El Paso. back runs.
that will definitely mark the in football and one of the! 0
pro Texas. Dec. 31 or Jan. 1.The New LONG FRANK GILLIAM. is
most feared. In 85 carries he gained -
Year's games are Cotton Bowl. another Iowa Hawk who has performed (;t ,.x-
NU lIE..PLIIIIIMIIIIIPSET 446 yards for an of 5.2
average
Dallas Texas: Orange BowL Miami brilliantly for his team. w-

per carry Fla; Prairie View BowL is ,: -
the
Gilliam an end,, only remaining -:;' .
Charlie Tnppi, who was oncea
Prairie View Texas: Rose BowL member of the famous
Halfh* d chr.when constipation teammate of Matson before he
moan tomacht Black-Draught Pasadena. Calif.: Sugar BowL Iowa trio composed ,of Cal Jones (:-:
relieves sweeten constipation sour stomach overnight.too. gave up playing to become one New 'Orleans La. and the Tan- and Eddie Vincent. Gilliam is a ,,
Helps of the Cardinal coaches once said
UiiOn-*'.">femfeur Waits fiw0t! gerine BowL Orlando. Fla. senior and weighs 187 pounds and! iIi .
No harsh piping. Made from pure Matson is the greatest player today WALTER BYERS. NCAA exec- is a 6 footer Gilliam is a master :
vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but in professional football. :
gently uncwks clogged intetttnes.BrtM utive director reported that applications pass snatcher and has the speed .. _
orttnc relief ta morning. Trippi further said, that in
have been filed for and Gilliam's is
Then rife looks sunny' again Get, deception name '
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Matson there
is
out
Black-Draught today. every game four other games with the extra Franklin Delano, named for the '<'
rm rMrtw cr OrosMtNerw .asa. giving his best and one can never
.. i a ., sr 4 44* (Melt teoleseea events committee for action at the late President of the United
tell when he might break loose.
rs ehndnD'eeetlb0Urass s ale.r 51st_ annual convention. St States.. ;; ,
..... .. .. .. Matson has been.a very valuableman ,
T.mc, d i tw Louis Jan. 9-11. If approved the JESSE WILBURN. the 167- :
to the Chicago Cardinal
four other games'will not be play- pound sophomore halfback from y
team.
ed until after the 1957 season. Memphis. Teno. is one of the

-JUST"A FEW MORE DAYS be- players on the Tennessee State A
WATCH THIS CLOWN
ffs, fore the dispute of who is really It I team that will be gunning for $

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:Chips Off The Blocks YOUNG ANNIVERSARY SINGERS DATE. SET I, In homecoming Game Retrial Of Car Pool Operators'! 1



UKderSludy By Judge t
The Latimore
Gospel Singers
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BY JAY JAY .. :. ,
-. will celebrate their 9th anniversary -
las&ad &. proverbial caring "All roads"lead to Rome" Flor- Monday 8 p. m..in the St.
TALLAHASSEE City Judge Judge Rudd gave Rodriguezuntil
icUtss of Color are saying "an roads JeecI to, Miami" On She green Thomas Baptist Church .at. 13th AtL
John Rudd T2crJ took under Saturday to submit a writ-
I1d. ol fee. B..1ltifu1.Orlnge. Bowl a long raging debate will be Street anld Moncrief Road.
advisement a defense'motion fora ten brief in support of his motion
tatrted. Which is. the better Tennessee State or FAM By mid This young group was organizedMrs.
new trial for 21 Tallahassee Ne- and said Hawes could have until
islet .on.the night of December Pone,of,the banners will fly high. Alberta.Latimore and is still
groes convicted of operating an Monday to file an opposing briefif
Will ie be the Tiger of A. It L waving his blue and white banner' or under herdirection.. .The des run -
illegal transportation system to he wished to do so.
will the Rattler again mount the heights and wave his or&Dp'anc! from 3 years :old Jto 16 years old
provide rides for city bus. boycot Earlier in the day the city crm-
greea pennant and shake his rattles in defiance at the world? Time and theyk can be heard each Sunday :
ters. mission revoked the permit of the
will tall Well... morning, over a local radio
The boycott leaders and the Economy Cab Ox, on the ground
Jaxons,are making preparations broadcast .
Tallahassee Inter Civic Council, that one of the owners Riley Hay-
Officials Mrs.Freida Arnold Roberts,who
view the
now to game. Mildred Willingham wants Bob
which is sponsoring the boycottas ward, a Negro, had been convicted -
feel that this years game whichis Hudson or Johnny haw to play had her beginning as a singer a protest against segregated in October 1954_ for receiving
a -natural" 'will draw 50,000 most anything for her. She' just with the group that she now stolen
seating each were fined $500. The property.
fans. The winner will stand aloneat likes to hear them talk. serves,as manager, and she works r.; of
Hayward the 21
individual defendants also got was one
the top of the pile and will Mrs. L E. Williams, well-known along with Mrs:"Latimore'in-help- h tPr'r members of the Inter Civic Coun-
suspended 60-day jail sentences.
claim the mythical national cham- newswoman and socialite left for ing to train the children. cil convicted of operating an illegal -
Mrs.Latimore and Mrs.Roberts Francisco Rodriguez Tampa attorney
pionIship. New York to take a much deserv transportation
system.
The registration books are open. ed vacation. We will miss Mrs. have issued invitations to all singing ", 1xx representing the defense, The commission allowed Robert

We are sorry that politicians Williams and her happy chatter. groups together with the pub- asked a new trial on the ground Landers a co-owner of the Econ-
leaders" have lic to join them in this anniver- City Judge John Rudd"committed
and political gone Hope she enjoys every minute of omy Cab Co., tQ file an applica-
into hibernation until the next' it Teddy Washington left sary observance. Serving as master error in denying his motion for a I tion as an individual for another

election. Now is the time we for Atlanta to attend the AT. ofL. of ceremonies will be Melvin directed verdict and in ruling the cab franchise.

should be building our fences and Musicians Union confab. Teddy Grace the Deacon. defendants were running a "forhire" i Economy operates two cabs but
while shines.If The Rev. W. C. Neal, pastor of! transportation system.
making hay the sun i representing the Jacksonville 'lo- has authority to operate up to
you are a.ngrat Mr. Charlie' CaL the church joins the other pastorsof Denies Proof five. x

for his actions in the Ernest Jackson Jimmy Lawson brother of the city whd have made this Rodriguez said the prosecutionhad I

case,'take,it out by.aiding in Butch Lawson is .in town for a young group welcome.Schenley not proved that riders in the I

getting more Negroes registered.We few days. Jimmy makes his home council carpool paid either the Rooms For Rent

just cannot get used to these in New York now. He and the drivers or the council directly for

early Thanksgivings. With Turkey two Scotts Wesley and Charles R. ,Plans <,"Y_' ....._....>"'...-_'r.2.,< _"" ... .. "- transportation. Modern furnished room. Young
Day the activities of the Yuletide were making the rounds.
RAMROD OF THE WILDCATS -Throughout the season Lavon Special Prosecutor Mark Hawes sober couple or single man prefer -
begin. We think they have gone Margie Sanders is singing "itwon't Sales ProgramSidney Williams the,strong 248 pounds tackle. has been a powerful cog made -no presentation immediate ed. 1523 Franklin St Phone
too-far this Carols are in ", We "
year. be long now know
I in the wheel of the moving Wildcats. Even in defeat just as in victorythe ly. EL 50212.Article .
the air and the,stores have begun what she means .. Harry Puzi
big tackle has been a of strength in defense well
power as 'as .
to decorate. Soon we will begin entertained his big brothcer the E. Frank president and
offense. The, Thorobreds of Kentucky State will see plenty of this
to hang out the holly the day other week. Since Eddie Roux general sales. manager of Schen- '
big fellow on the 22nd of this month.
after Labor Day. left town we haven't had an official ley Distillers Co.,. has announcedthat in Reader's Digest Reveals

With the holiday season comes greeter for the girls. The titleis this' year his company will

., the affairs and lb. weddings. The vacant. We thought of bestowing level the most extensive retailer I Tampa Busses Remain more than five months so far have Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs

first dance will be.th. Postal Em- it upon- fellow but his wife sales program in the history of not challenged validity of the

dance on next Wednesday the liquor business. Schenley has On Basis city ordinance in the courts.A .
ployees may not like it. Butwe must admit Segregated
night. The Les'Tre1n'Amies will the boy can meet all of the enlarged its entire\ merchandisingsales suit seeking to integrate Miami So Often a Needless Misery! .*

present their annual Debutante new gals as soon as they hit town. concept in recognition that TAMPA -Carl Helbing president city buses was filed Oct 12,

Cotillion during the holidays. William Big Politics" White of ,the liquor retailer is the prime .of the Tampa Transit Lines but has not yet been heard. The Do you-feel suffer Jittery terrible, irritable nervous tension dePam- topped lad or strikingly!::oril3outof4! relieved

first wedding will see Dannette 21st and Myrtle fame has broken mover of'goods. Every facet of said Tuesday the bus company suit followed the arrests of two pressed-Just before your period women got glorious relief '

Thayer joined in matrimony-with the ice. Not only did he come.out this sales effort will be pegged to will continue to operate as it has Negroes for refusing to move to each month? A startling article In Taken regularly. Pinthaort relieves -
reveals such the headaches,
READER'S DIGEST crajnpsnerr-
Cleophus Howell at S!.' Phillips bedecked with a tie and all of the helping retailers sell more mer- inthe- past-w it h segregated the rear of a Miami Transit Co. pre-menstrual torment is needless ous tension during and be/ore

Church next Thursday night. We accessories, but he is one of the chandise and readily visualizethe buses. bus. A suit testing Florida's pub- misery hi many 1 your period. Many women never
already
wish success to all affairs and tremendous sales potential of Thousands have discovered suffer-even on the flnt ttajr/Why
first to get a new Oldsmobile. Helbing made the statement in lic school segregation laws also how to avoid such suffering. 1bou14rou'lTb1smontbatarUakWith
weddings.We Rumor,has it that White is slated Schenley's Fall and Holiday. pro has been filed in Federal' Courtin LYdia Ptnkhamt Compound ing PinkhanVB. See If you don't
had occasion to attend an tor take up new duties of an' official gram. connection with the Supreme Miami.It and Tablets they're so much happier escape pre-menstrual tension...ao
Court ruling in effect finding segregation leas tense as those "difficult often the cause of unhapptneeadays"
affair at the beautiful El Dorado nature come! January As part of this program, Schen approach Get Lydia B.
Club known to the public as the Met Mr* Mclver the hairstylist ley will bring to its retailers a on buses unconstitutional"We'll Lydia Plnknam's !...ctes'tesls.s..tiiafJCOvMCtp Plnkbam'i Vegetable -
> just handle it with our is always easier to arrive at a has a remarkable 3 sat...4 ..... ,.. Compooad...
Shamrock. The place is a credit all of. the girls are talking ,about. $1,000,000 Fall and Holiday season attorneys and what ad- soothing effect on rtfid.f eernu4.lnu..1 or convenient new
see
to the For those of show that will they firm conviction about a problem the source of such Tablets which have
,_ operators. you We had the opportunity watch merchandising W*.Jriml rtli.I Jwbf.<
vise, Helbing said. He explainedthat after knlo wwhat the boss distress In doctorI'"U!_.. bIood- a11d1Dg Iron
you ..
who think the decor is give 200 cities it will debut -- !
tops her work. Tis a wonder how she play in ; tests, Plnkham's -- added. At druggists
there has been no trouble on thinks.:'-'The Commentator. ........
credit to Mrs. Mildred ,Hampton can do wonders with these tresses several revolutionary packaging 'Si
Tampa buses in the
pastSigns
., of the New Stanton Art Depart of our ladies. Laura Jackson Mrs. innovations for its brands that are
stating that' whites will
-
ment. Moore and Ella Bronsoncan apart from the special holiday decanters '
Alpha
seat,from front to rear and color- College & High School Football Schedule For 56
We have been hearing' comments : all attest to the lady's skilL The new program "will
ed from rear to fronton the buses
on the Veterans Day s.. ,you next week and don't further prove to retailers that the
parade both pro and con. Somewe forget.' The hooks are open. Register sales increases they enjoyed from will. remains he said. Sa!.. NOT. 17 B.thune.Cookman TL Allen U. Columbia.. S. C.
As it is now drivers refer-
agree with some we disagree. 'now. last year are only the beginningof are Sat. NOT 17 Fla. A. Ie M.. n. Southern U. Baton Rouge, La.

There is one, thing we are, dead a'concentrated program calculated ring passengers to the sign if they Sat. Noy 17 Grambling n. Blue ield State Grambling La.
see violations. If the
.
against It seems as tho many of to make the company the doesn't want to do passenger anything Sat.. NOT. 2. A It T College TL N. C. College Durham. N. C.
our schools try to have every kid industry's sales leader.
eState about .it the driver says nofhing Sat. NOT 2. Betf1une.Cookman n. Kentucky State Daytona Beach. Fla.
school We
in the marching. give The million-dollar show that
vent to our exhibitionistic tend- will tour the nation in Septemberis according to Helbing.At Sat. Dee. 1 .FIB. A. at M. n. Miami. FIB.

encies and strut when we are invited Te Rattlers motivated by a new Schenley the same time Robert Saunders -
Play executive secretary for the
to participate in a "down- merchandising concept, one that
, ... Florida State Conference of NAA-
town" parade. I think we should the company feels will set the

enter smaller and more compact Ii Classic Dec. 1 pace for the entire liquor indus- CP branches said in a statement:
"
'The decision of the U. S. Supreme -'
groups. Oftimes our groups drag try. In addition to its successful

and delay the parade being "cute": annual Fall and Holiday mer- Court striking down the WAREHOUSE STOCK SALE!
segregation laws in
and showing oIL I go along with TALLAHASSEE When the chandising marts for distributors Montgomeryand .
people who call us natural clowns. Orange Blossom Classic is playedin Schenley has arranged for its Alabama should come as a ON DELUXE

I would much rather we stayed Miami Dec 1, football fans distributors turn to run these warning to all elected officials in

home rather than to continue to will have an opportunity to see very same shows for retailers. Florida that there is no 'legalmeans' Florence Gas RangeTRADE ,

make a public spectacle of i.tr- two of the,top teams in the nation This decision based "on experience for maintaining the sys-
when the Florida A & M tem of inequality because of race.'The .
selves. Earmarks of the colored Rattlers the 'comPany gained last

groups are crudely: lettered.signs! meet another undefeated team in year when as an experiment, it Montgomery bus situationis IN $40.00 WITH UP 10
groups out of step and over-sized. the Tennessee State University opened several of its distributors akin to the situation in Talla-
hassee and Miami All of these ON YOUR PRESENT STOVE!
need lots of Tigers.
We
practice. how s to retailers. Schenley
Bob Hudson was by the office The Tigers and the Wildcats found retailers most enthusiastic occurrences were brought about No Money Down!

talking "jockey-bop-ology". He have posted undefeated recordsfor and decided to take its 'show 'directly by a minority of whites in author- YOUR TRADE-IN

and the members of the Jockey- the 1956 season. The Tigersare to them this year. ity who forgot that human dignity yilt." 00

boppers are planning a big dezJiL coached by a former Rattler At the distn uto.' shows, retailers was involved. If racial segregation -

Watch the papers. We still"want who has had a very successful will see the new decantersin in Montgomery is legally

to know how to do: the thing. season. When head coach Howard a setting that approximates his wrong then racial segregation in -A

Members of the Salesmen Gentry of the 'Tennessee Tigers own store. Around the new peck- Tallahassee or Miami or any other

group are presenting a big she- match wits on the field of battle ages will be the advertising, sales Florida city_ is legally wrong."

banlg at,the'Country Club on-the with head coach Jake Gaither, U promotion model windows and az t sHigh ,

week-end of the 29th. ,Several will,be a pupil! and tutor affair. direct mail support he can rely on Court

valuable prizes will be ,awarded. This game will bring togethersome to move merchandise for him. All

See one of the colored salesmen of the.hardest running.backs this will crystalize how the mer- o'is 3. ,
and get your ticket. in, the business and some of the chandise and advertising will look (Continued from Page 1)) iS irtRF. TO YOU- F

Next Friday night the Duval toughest linemen in football. in his own place of business and the opportunity if it desires to YOU ACT NOW

County Vocational School will Coach Gentry will be countingvery what it can be expected to do for present its' arguments in favor of ,

pi esent Teddy Washington and heavily on halfbacks Jesse him. He can then order with con- its present laws and regulations. s" w Ibs., tank oiand Qua

Bears in a Dance in the.Auditorium Wilbum. Leland Jaminson Andy fidence and assurance.Mr. State law gives the Railroad 2--100 turkey

of the Old Stanton,High on Earthman. Percy Hines Fay Mitchell Frank believes that this and Public :Utilities Commissionthe a, large_ ham or

Broad Street at Ashley. Proceedsof Wilbur Suseberry and quar- new system will give the retailera right to prescribe reasonable gear Old custom-

the dance will help the school terback Bob Crawford in the much more positive approach to rules and regulations dealing with customer -

athletic association. backfield. The forward wall of his Fall and Holiday buying plans. separation of the races on any e --brln9 a new

A new fellow has printers ink I the Tigers with such stalwarts as The. new system recognizes the railroad or other common carrier to our store per-
'
in his veins. We passed the officeof i Captain James Bufordr the senior retailer'as a liquor merchant on operating, within the state. a

the "Tattler" and spied Albert ,guard and tackle Charles Gavin whom the success of distiller and Most cities have local ordi- Anally and recede

"Our Churches" Jones %with an i have given the backs all they the distributor must rest- nances requiring segregated seat or turkor.

apron on fiddling with the type. 'needed to wrap up an undefeated One of the more exciting pack- ing on city buses.Tallahassee FOR AS LOW ASLIMITED free ham

,We tried to tell him that you can't 'I season.Tullback William"<>Ode" aging developments is the L W. Negroes who have

watch a man,make a watch then :Griffith has to be, reconed with Harper: "Traveller protective been boycotting city buses in protest

duplicate' his actions Hell learn. ,also.Over carrying case that transforms to segregated seating for

Laura Daniels secretary to Dr. on the hills of Tallahassee pints and half-pints into glamorous -

Spaulding. had a birthday Tues- the Tigers will have to contend whiskey flasks. The "'Trav l- men and women to carry in a 95

day. The former Panama City with Galimore Frazier Heard, ler" is a Polyethylene case with- smart;sophisticated flask container i

lass won't tell her age but we Jefferson. Holt Wilder, Lang hammered gold .finish which was the small size bottlwe of L W. -

wish her happy birthday just the Norris Crowell and Taylor. Both designed fi> help prevent break- Harper which safely and conveniently .

same Charles Kelly well teams are members of the select age and add convenience to the ,fits in,purses, pockets, and AHD YOUR

known young man-about-town is group of 25 undefeated teams in use; of small sizes. It will allow lugag, : OLD STOVE

ilL Kelly became ill on the job the nation, and both teams win .. 'JIo.-, *- SUPPLY-ACT NOW! I
the other night. Wish him a be working to keep that. standingcome .

._ speedy recovery. Dec. 1.

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