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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 1, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 1, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00302

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Preceded by:
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BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

OCALA-Director of the Florida Sheriffs Bureau.Don McLeod,
POMPANO BEACH Assistant state Attorney Quentin V.
revealed East Thursday that six white men have been arrested in
Long said'Tuesday that raiders smashed a ""bolitaoperatioD which
connection with the kidnaping and flogging of'Jesse Woods, a Negro
covered north Broward County when they'staged a round-up on a
farmhand and ex-GL I
Negro store northwest of here.
They were taken in custodyon them probably will be disposed at
I A raiding party, led by the -
capiases issued by the clerkof the arraignment for all defendants ...-
i Grand Jury's investigators, Lionel quenting a gambling place and
the Sumter County Circuit in Bushnell Monday. Grant and Dominic Vitale, arrested GET TEMPORARY RELIEF Four of Smart Pop Livingston's teachers are shown completing

Court. after direct informations "The facts in the case don't sus- I 39 persons, including two :Miami released. under $100-,bond. pJans> for "Parent-Teachers DayJ" when patrons fjthe school took) flTtr_clasttOOoi,duties foxOha dayin

charging.t 1em-"With.false! impris. ,tain a kidnap charge.Buie said. white men accused of operating ..., In iH mpf 16 gain firsl-liandlm1owledg.'ofih problems confronting the teachers and to learn more I

onment and aggravated assault on Bu' igucTAltman! and Polk helda I : the lottery'"* """ about their'children Reading: from left'torrlght in'the above photo are,seaiedt Mrs. French Knight _

the '39-year-old Wildwood Negro c 'gun'on Woods.and are listed.as I The raid was staged just as the FiiflViIS" ClaimJaxis'LIves Mrs. Elouise LeBloni.' Mrs. Vivian Wesiley and -standing. Mrs.'Sylvia Bartley. (Seephoto oDP'ge; )

were filed'by State Attorney A.P. :principals. The other five are *\4 -.------ --- -.-
operators were "throwing" the
Buie. 4 charged as accessories he added.ifougJaxWoMift. winning number in a back room 2 .
Woods was kidnapped early Of '
of a store at 2155NW 2nd Ter. Naming Dog Georgia Orders Guard
Oct:28 from the unguarded Wildwood _
in Collier City.
jail where he was being Long said the operation was directed Two Jacksonville residents were Da Income Tax

held on charges of being drunk reported dead as a result of bums
from Miami
and was linked
and disorderly white after woman"he allegedly Attempts Suicide to similar enterprises there and this week. Ruled No FraudA To Watch NAACP Offices
"insulted a by say
in other counties. The daily Samuel Glover, 62, of 1218
ing "hello there. baby" to her. s
A Jacksonville woman take" was estimated at between Odessa St, was burning trash in
young
Fled toy Alabama was rushed to Duval Medical I UOO and $1.500 a day five daysa front of his house at 3:50 p. m. Federal Court jury ruled Georgia authorities are reported to be keeping a

After the abduction Woods was Center last Sunday for treatment! week. with a aspedal" Sun. last Saturday when his clothes Thursday that the name of a 24-hour watch at headquarters of the National Assn. for the Advance-

taken to a deserted lakeside freed.spot after she attempted to commit days. caught f'1re.Before man's dog doesn't necessarily indicate ment of Colored People while hunting for 30 vanished cartons of
beaten and
near Wildwood. suicide. The two white men are R. C. neighbors could pull his the man's intention to com- records they say have been "removed

He fled to Andalusia. Ala. where Evelyn Flagin 22, of 311 Oak McLendon., 827 NW 47th Ter. burning clothing from him.Glover mit fraud against the governmenteven Atty. Qen. Eugene Cook said
located him.
FBI agents Street is reported to have swallowed Miami and Paul Furbee. 44, 868 had suffered third degree burns if the dogs have their news of the stale's planned
returned tothe
Woods later was Raiford .for fifteen sleeping pills and SE 9th Ave., Hialeah. over 50 per cent of his body. names changed at the last minute. crackdown on the NAACP "leaked Friendly Joshing

state prison at also cut her wrist in an attemptto McLendon. believed to be the Glover died at 4:27,1., m. Mon- The jury acquitted Willie King out" and apparently the car

safekeeping. six end her life. area manager or kingpin was released day in Duval Medical Center 49-year-old Negro resident of income tons, believed to contain records Ends In Killing
McLeod listed the men arrested
SheriffM. Police were unable to deter- under $2500 bond and Fur- About 5:37 p. m. Sunday, Medi- tax fraud charges because moved in from Alabama disap-

by Sumter County and mine the cause for the young bee who is said to be his assistant, cal Center reported the death of he listed "Willie King Jr." and peared.
his deputies
,
Bowman
.H. 72, of 1064 W. "Enon King" on his returns ,as Law enforcement
woman's actions.Clinton under $1,500 bond. Oscar Richardson agents are LAKELAND A little argu-
bureau
of the sheriffs' as:
agents Along 'with six Negroes they 26th St dependents.Mrs. keeping thie watch, they say. to ment between two friends resulted -
Max Stum-
and
Ezekial Aldeman were charged with having an in- Richardson was severely burned Alice Hardin attorney forKing make sure NAACP officials do in the fatal shooting of a

borg. of Wildwood; Keith Sands, Siiieils terest in a lottery. Thirty-one when his house caught fire argued however, that the not violate a court order forbidding Lakeland man last Monday Del

,of Jacksonville; Leaman Lundy, about 1:30 Nov. 18. He had dogs were listed as dependentsin of the records I
others in the back room, said to be a. m. removal. Lt. Grant Harden reported.

of Belleview Doyle Robert Polk Nesmith of Ma-, Force Expalsipi sellers, were charged with fre- been hospitalized,since that time. good faith and without fraudulent during a wale investigation of! Harden said Willie Drouch, 45,
rion County,and !
intent despite neighbor'stestimony the organization's tax free status and Daniel Caldwell, 24 "were

of Belleview. that the dogs names as a charitable organization. just joshing at first, but the longerit

McLeod said the defendants arrested r1x.1eIfI11l.se: Classic Fans Gel Warm Welcome actually were Tojo" and "Spot." Five NAACP officials have went on the more serious it .
had been
Wednesday released ;
The jury agreed and found King been ordered to show cause on got.

on $500 bonds.of Wildwood CLINTON,- Tenn. White students innocent, despite the govern- Dec. 5 why they should not beheld The officer said Caldwell ad-
George Altman Star Editor WRHC D c-Jockey ment's pointing up the fact that in contempt of court for refusing
arrested in the case, who continue to abuse and mitted firing six rifle bullets into
previously
i "Enon" is "none" spelled back to show their records to
intimidate students at Clin- .
Negro Drouch but contended Drouch
in Information
also charged an
was with false imprisonment and ton High School were warned by Are Hosts Ai "Hospitality Hoise"BY ward. state revenue agents wha movedin 'swung at him with brass knuck-

aggravated assault in the case. Principal D. J, Brittain, Jr., that' last Wednesday, but found few les.Caldwell

Others Charged they face expulsion."I records. is being held on a

and Altman i want to .give it to you KEN KNIGHT POLICE REPORTSLee Cook said the agents did find second degree murder charge,
other
Two men been
MIAMI A Press and Radio Hospitality House has .
some records in the regional office j
with straight, Mrittain told the student Harden saidURBAN
previously had been charged set up in the Miami Carver under the Joint sponsorship of the that "seem to contain very
assembly. "I'm not going
kidnaping Woods in warrants "Florida Star" and WRHC with editor Eric O. Simpson and
to' ,tolerate any misconduct Richardson. 23. of 1537 valuable information" and added
JudgeP. .
Sumter County
issued by and I it.1t the writer as hosts. Davis suffered a stab wound in that "we can still get access to the

B. Howell Sr. These two JackL The mean 10 Negroes still attendingthe The "House" is open to'all.radio and press folk and visiting the chest during'an argumentwith NAACP accounts and contribu LEAGUE DRIVE
of Wildwood, and Frank
Sands, school ,stayed away from football. fans. an, older woman whom he tors' names" from banks.A. ENTERS SECOND WEEKThe
Collins of near Leesburg. also are S. .
classes for the second successive described as his "girl friend"Richardson T. Walden attorney for the
free on bond. On in Florida's most beautiful city, there is every
because of what they termed arriving said that he and local and regional NAACP offices

State Attorney Buie said he day abuse had been receivingfrom evidence that the people of Dade County-from the city and Catherine Wright, 31, of the same said he knew nothing about the Jacksonville Urban Lea-
does not intend to file informa they officials down to the humblest citizens-have all gue's Financial Drive, which
of the 700( county gone address argued last Saturday eve- regional office records. He said
small
tions against Jack Sands and Cob a group welcome to visitors attending the famed will continue until January '15.
white students. out spread a happy ning. He said that his companion 30 boxes "sounds fantastic. Idon't
lins. Buie said the charges against Blossom Classic. 1957, is well on its way to
Brittain would not comment on Orange wanted him to go home with her. know where they would get

his talk to the assembly, but students The whole town seems electrified with the fever'of Orange Richardson said that when he that many records." reach the $25,000 goaL

told about the Blossom Classic which pervades the air for this year's refused she struck him. with a Citizens of Jacksonville are
Fir Killer newsmen ex-
Search statement.An attendance will undoubtedly shatter all previous. It is estimatedthat 1 asked to support the drive so'that
pulsion knife.S. ,
over 50,000 will witness the eagerly awaited clash between Bethue-Cooknai the Urban League can

!. Cafe Sktttiig 'the right expelled of appeal student,to would the Anderson have- two of the nation's top teams in what is regarded' as the greatest A 30-year-old: woman Mrs. continue its services to the'

Negro football attraction in the nation. Helen Williams of 934 W. Union Gels SII Grail community.
OAK A 35yearoldman County board of education.
LIVE Contributions and donations.may .
started! Both the Florida A. and M Rattlers and the Tennessee St was the victim of a stab
shot to death here earlySatury Five of the Negro pupils '
was be mailed to the Jackson
undefeated which has been reason for a Beach Bethune-
but State Tigers are, wound in her stomach last Saturday Daytona
and police were lookingfor to classes Thursday morning ville 109 E
Urban League,
division of opinion among neutral observers. Nov. 24. Cookmah College has received a ;
killer who witnesses said returned to, their homes when
the The Florida Rooters are dead sure that Jake Caliber's Police investigating the inci- grant of $10. 706. 01 from the Union Street, Room 1, Jacksonville -'
bullet in local they spotted a truck and several
fired the fatal a the schoogrounds. wards will down the Tennesseans while, on the other hand dent reported that Mrs. Williamsand United Negro College Fund, President Florida, or reportedto

cafe.Police; said Clarence Wells was cars parked. They near said the vehicles the Tennessee supporters claim that the Tigers have beaten her husband Douglas were on Richard V. Moore an- solicitors for the drive. interested
Clubs and organizations
teams in their climb. developed nounced last Tuesday.
white stronger a drinking spree when a fight -
filled with
Manuel An- were men.
shot and killed by senior? Regardless of which team you are palling for there'll bea between the couple and The current allocation repre- in working in volunteer -
the Climax of an argu- Bobby;>> Cain, 16-year-old
drews at : students grand time for all in the Magic City and to be sureEyerybocly"s Williams alleged stabbed his wife sents Bethune-Cookman College's positions' as solicitors are
and the other Negro
said he
started the two -:
as
ment which
"decided to turn around and Welcome at the Press and Radio Hospitality House in the stomach*with a knife share in the third distribution of asked to contact the Jacksonivile

were seated at a table'together. in the 7' ami.Carver 'HotaL sponsored by the "Florida Star" Williams was arrested and funds made by the Fund to its Urban League's office
Police said Wells ran out of go home-when they spotted the immediately-.. ..JDon'
members thisyear. -
and WRHC. YOUALL COME. with'knife. 31 participating
He added left "so charged with fighting a
the cafe and jumped into.his car. vehicles. they t

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.:.-. TAMPA. Fla. "White Citizens Councils and other groups opposed -

+ M..n.. Address. :' w .,: '- to foil civil rights for Negroes in Florida, are exerting pressure
'' ';..P. 0. Bom 561, JackMwviHr.J, Florida upon radio stations newspapers and other sources of communicationin
d423.Braad Street, Jacksonville, Florida Fh.... ELgtii 43773Crie order to prevent Negroes from hearing or reading the truth" R.W.
} Saunders. field Secretary for the NAACP said today.
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O. Slaipseal
Ue Gait yerd ._. :". ." '.". .' =: : '. Maaa.0! ; :siIf'AIta. Despite the
: : :: .: =::: :: .:: fact that the
C FariM JelMSoat ..:.:...: ......: ,i:: : .'. .:.:. ....... News : legal dace program time and all

.. ,Rkkardso .........................HT............__..... Circulation Dept. United States radio stations are licensed: by the
Supreme Court Federal Communications Commitsion. -

-_::: Member of Associated Negro Press has ruled that I' '..... ." He continued by saying
segregation is" :'j "some of Florida's leading newspapers -
:... SUBSCRIPTION RATES these i
; .' --- illegal are even catering to the
i ":; ,,. O.. Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $1.80 groups who are ,> 1 councils.: One newspaper nun told
'->. I Mited. T. Y*., Anywhere In, the United States. being guided; : me that the printing of letters
.: Sabxriptions Payable ,. Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: by persons with 'to,I. ",' from persons who believe in the
i STAR P. 0-. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA *.
L' FLORIDA influence have : Constitution of
: : brings a flurry
I ; J..
, i Ia ,
/wO R1I caused opera- R phone calls and a large number of

tors of radio ;K complaints through the mails
: !{ h rF stations who x from persons who are opposed to

fr Negro Groups Organizing beam their proSimpson the operation of the Constitutionin

grams directly to the huge Negro I in country.

:: To Spend Cash Wisely Iif' market their programs.in this Some state stations to change in known"Still Florida another daily editor stated of a well that

1 Florida have ,told Negro 'an- when his paper made Application
nouncers that they must announce -
for a television channel to the
like Negroes and not use
1
FCC they received opposition
-t F In recent months we have noted that Negroes are beginning Ii Iiy their normal cultured tones. from politicians in high places

f f to form investment corporations, loan companies and "Some stations are refusing to who were able to swing opinions

working on projects that envision the formation of .'a bank in broadcast anything which might in another direction. This paper."
.
Duval Coanty. prove of interest in the Negro's Saunders said, "happens to be one

In addition, a number of clubs composed of housewives ( IATlO quest for full citizenship. They of the few in Florida that has
3I have united themselves in an effort to trade with establishments gLD have received letters from whites openly called for compliance with

that have been recommended firms that give Negro who oppose desegregation warn- the Court's ruling."

customers unbiased treatment. ing them to be careful about the "Unless something is done to
type of news they broadcast and
A committee composed of "Florida Star" staffers has correct this pure unadulteratedcensure
f the Councils have even gone as of the radio and in
been given the responsibility of investigating the kind of press
treatment accorded Negro customers by local establishmentsand "May Yet Prove To Be the Answer To World Understanding" far as to threaten to carry out Florida, all of us. while and

its recommendations to the, ,,-, campaigns to cut off revenue colored will find that our minds.our .
giving groups.
from these stations which must
LIBRA hearts and our actions will be
These moves on the part of Negroes in Jacksonville indi- depend on such to operate. hampered by that few who wish
Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
cates that many are becoming aware that through unity in to control the for
Saunders speaking before a masses purely
December 1st thru 8th
dkectmg: their spending dollars is one way they can secure Your Weekly group of citizens in Arcadia said ,economic and selfish reasons." he
better treatment in local stores and also combat some of the Preserve your equilibrium.Your concluded.
is il-
that most of this program
economic pressures being applied to Negroes. Horoscope GuideWHICH sign shows a preoccupation
with service, health domestic or
The formation of Negro investment and loan corporationsis
brought on because of the difficulty Negroes are experiencing ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR neighborhood matters. Do not sound ''mind counsels curtailing One Day At A TimeBY
lose You
grip "on yourself.
in securing loans. There have been many complaintsthat your social or business expenses when
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
have ample inner resources to call
become burdensome. .,
Exper-
white borrowers are given every consideration in the they
way of loans while Negro applicants are given a run around By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER upon, experience, mature judg- ience confirms that losses can be JAMES MIDDLETON
ment and unusual friends accord-
by the larger banks. On careful examination of the situation, averted by pulling the purse Student at New Stanton High
it appears that with Negroes holding>over two million dollarsin ing to the fine response you have strings tightly regardless of all School

local banks it that some of their money goes to received. With these advantageson pressures. Place the good servicesof
finance whites while appears deserving Negroes are denied. ARIES Be wary of getting mixed up in your side you should be able loyal associates anda cquaintances One day at a time
Born March.21 thru April 19 labor or legal troubles of any to cope with the domestic, maritalor at your disposal The failure Never moves too fast;
The formation of Negro buying groups issomething that December 1st thru 8th sort. Once you; get over these two competitive problems that are to take advantage of these It's still a good day

is seeded so that colored citizens would direct their spending Plan ahead and success follows. hurdles safely, you can look hopefully disclosed. You should get an aids would deepen your problemsand Until it has passed.
with establishments that advertise their products in the Negro Your sign lifts the veil which to the future. Economic early start if you have plans to frustrations. sees.
'
press Because it is only the Negro press that stands up hides the future revealing the benefits will-then come throughnew give pleasure to special friends And then another day

for Ac cause of the Negro people. bright prospects that await those. contacts, alliances, public and intimates on Christmas day. 5-11-30-12-11-353 Comes quickly and bright-

who have taken the slow but sure promotions, changes of procedures' 777801574575SCORPIO With pretty blue skies

path of aplication, learning and and your past as well as present PISCES And: warm sunny lights.
Dr. W. W. Sckell 'Takiig LeaierskipStali industry to achieve their primary I accomplishments. A problem is Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 55S.5
goals Do not be deceived by the thus but '
created as long as you December 1st thru 8th Some days are pretty
doubts, pessimistic outlooks or: maintaidn a level head, can Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 very
Be Ai Incentive For Olkers you Prominenc ecan be attained. And we wish that they came last.
December 1st thru 8th
lack of faith that may be induced lick it. .
-
This period reveals that it is not No matter how hard we wish.
by disinterested parties. Your, 3-50-44,12-S&-256 Localize your problems. This far-fetched to believe that you The days will always pass.
that the gratification -abilities to surmount all obstaclesand ; : T-1- period intimates that sound fiscal make of business -
The announcement hasgiven greatest t .. _. can a success your
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the that informed that to find the unexpected waysto : policies will go far in limiting the when
in many, many months is one us career or profession PILL THE PLK
Dr. Warren W. Schell has accepted the responsibility of bring your aspirations To LEO scope of the potential difficultiesthat ambition is strong enough. It

Chairman of the Board of the Jacksonville Urban League. fruition are revealed in this sign. Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 loom high on the horizon. suggests that a little .more self- 01 STGMICIII'IET
43021596 December let thru 8th Think deliberately, free of all I
he is dilligently to reliance
and, moreover, we are told that working I effacement and greater Half-alive.headachy,when oonstiptlon *-
put over the League's financial drive. Originality Is your cue. This emotional duress, before you on strong allies and influential sours stomach) Black-Draught*.
TAURUS period pursuits ,that.are creative I make up your mind regarding connections will turn the trick relieves*sweeten constipation sour stomach overnight.Help too.
We are happy that this successful young doctor is willingto Born April 20 thru May 20 romantic, recreational and specu- speculative and romantic affairs. more rapidly. Ample confirma- Unflw-StMuch Sassiest Waits....!
take on extra responsibilities to his heavy practice and December 1st thru 8th lative in nature. You can expect I You can receive'a powerful boost, tion that other people can furnishthe No harsh griping Made from pure
also, possibly, forgo some of his pleasures to devote his energies Muster your resources. Material some dents to'.be made in privateas money and career-wise. Also cul- and ful- vegetable gently uncorks herb clogged Thoroughly intestines.Brings but.
to such a worthwhile cause at a time when there is an reserves well as vital energies well as partnership funds and tivate important social ties and key to achievement comforting relief In morning.! Get
life looks again
urgent need for younger,men to assist in the job of commu- can play an important part-in the reserves. Successful ventures will\! promotive ideas on these dates. fillment is provided. Your sign Then Black-Draught today.sunny ,

nity building. attainment of security objectives.Do also give you big ideas as to whatto Attention to your diet, well-being, counsels a thorough investigationbefore so.s ls rawttr M>.or.s.-tro Omst-aa.tai Tfbifti.farm ? r..U,

For too long-yea, too long-have our better educated not offend a friend or loved do with your money, especially dependents and methods is recommended committing funds to loansor .J..ml"'J.U:1 .noun eLwrA. aM

young Negro men and women shown a complete disinterest: cne 'through emotional reactionsor insofar as your cherished ones are vast social projects. &nu action tii7n,4 d'Tp"riot*'""this, get tuxwrOTMt Brno ( 11a.BlMk-
in Duval County. I unreasonable demands when concerned. Perhaps it will not 5-100-99-18-94-698
in the problems that confront our people '
,
.
I they are on your side. The oppor- matter too much whether you are
There has been a selfish attitude among those who hold! tunities to further your vital, being overly extravagant or not SAGITTARIUS

better jobs and either own or are acquiring nice homes and I economic, family, affectionate and if you have lived up to the prom- Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21
cars. It appears that they are not interested in the problemsthat 1 longrange'interests come with ise of your obligations. You have December let thru 8th
confront our less fortunate brethren because those of I time. Your sign recommends proved that you are fully capableof
Yield a little, gain a little. This
the "well set" group are not affectecL, I placing your reliance on your getting what you want, moneyor confidence
period imparts great
I helpmate or legal advisors when otherwise., S
A great many of Negro business men, professional men,i in yourself which: is all to the ;
are assailed by fears or inhi- 6-60-77-13-63-721
school teachers_ and principals have refrained from taking an i bitions.2366l967393 you i good if it does not become ex ;
active part in working to rectify the social economic and political -i cessive. Past experiences show _
inequalities that face our people. They have adopted the I VIRGO that rather monumental problems

attitude thtey won't "rock the boat" for fear of upsetting their I GEMIHI Bom Aug 24 thru Sept. 23 could be created when you defy

own well ,being. But little do these "play it saf ." citizens: Born May 21 thru June 21 December 1st thru 8th powerful foes or circumstances,
realize that the common people are responsible for their livelihood -: and attempt to make outcomes
December 1st thru 8th Results will speak for them
and moreover that by assisting the common man to, conform to your desires. By far
.
selves. This
Changes bring opportunities.This period promises a
attain a better way of life, they also serve to create a more period opens the way for a climax to a situation of a family, the best times for the formulationof

wholesome and prosperous existence for themselves. change or development affecting marital, "partnership or competitive far-reaching plans the launch-
ing of unusual projects, and the
marital, business or public asso nature. With conditions as
There is a dire need for an awakening of our people and, solicitation of capital backing and
ciations. It will give a new direction :: they are it may be better for you
Indeed the harvest is official approval is now.
with it comes need for leadership !
to your domestic professional -I to follow in the footsteps of
great, but the workers are few. partnership or competitive events rather than trying to precipitate 8-10-44-13-94-694

interests. You .hold promiseof them. The prospect of
It is our fervent hope that Dr. Schell's taking on of some
new and enduring affiances, some unforseen benefit emerging CAPRICORN
of the responsibilities of leadership in the Negro community mental stimulation, and economic from what may appear to be a Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

will serve as a signal for other young men in our midst. progress. 'Your sign recommends personal failure is enhanced by December 1st thru 8th

weighing the suggestions of the fine spirit shown by friends.I Ask for less. you'll get more.

friends carefully insofar as your These are days when you should I,Your sign points out the ways

Will Over $3,000,901 pecuniary and future interests go. uphold your faith in your destiny and wherefores of your life. Discover -
Hiras Spend ; and cultivate affectionate ties. A I them and you will have theanswer

CANCER hasty decision cultivates the dan- as to how you should con-
Fir Ckrisimas Skipping This Year Born June 22 thru July 22 gers of speculation, recklessnessand duct yourself hereafter. Snap

December lit thru 8th emotionalism. judgment, irritability and undue 1400 WRHC 1400
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'" 'f Michael Howell are seen in the photos above. .
: ; t At right are Miss Estelle Williams, of Jacksonville, bridesmaid: Miss Norma Stirrup of Miami bridesmaid: Mrs. Pearl Stirrup, of Miami matron of honor: Miss
: Emily Fielding, of Charleston. S. C, bridesmaid; and Miss Helen Grimes of Jacksonville bridesmaid.The .

gentlemen who served as ushers. shown in the photo at left with the groom are: Joseph Thayer, brother of the bride: John ,J. Coleman: Cleophus M.,
Howell groom: Marcellas Howell best man and brother of the groom; Rudolph McKissick. and Anthony Oree.
The marriage was solemnized in Si. Phillip's Episcopal Church at 5:00 p..ml on Thanksgiving Day November 22th. !


,"'. ,; :I 1- Y-Jewels, Sponsor Barn Dance Y-Teen Chorus Stanto MusiChoTo

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"'.t Gets New AdvisorMiss Be PresentedIn

Recital SundayNew

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Cynthia Clark, graduate'ofthe
:::t: V': 0G Music Education Departmentof Stanton High School's choral
;, Florida A. & M. University and group, the Stanto Musi-Cho
presently employed as an instructor will be heard in a recital Sunday
in the Duval County School night, December 2, at 700 p. m,
f hS System, is the new volunteer in the auditorium of Emanuel
--- ;;; 'S .S. advisor of the Y-Teen Chorus of Baptist Church located on Forest

SWEET BRIDE-In a picture of: sweetness Mrs.Daneile Thayer owED the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA. and Copeland Streets.
Howell is seen with Mr. Clephus Howell following an exchange of ; bf% Miss Clark has been associatedwith The group is under the direc-

rows in a ceremony performed by Father Vinceni*Harris. rector of o p y.. Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore as tion of Mrs..Annette Espy, one of
St. Phillip's Episcopal Church. h k 4& HD a music -instructor, and at one the music instructors at New
r k' A \ time studied under the noted..mu Stanton High School.
sician.
Proceeds from the recital will
local Schools And Librarians ro6 j W'k d> 55 Any junior or senior high school benefit Choir No. 3 of Emanuel


Observe 38th Annual Book Week 5141 CF ; Mas > an Vera student ensemble Davis interested at the may YWCA contact singing Monday with Mrs. Baptist.


: through Friday between the hoursof ,LEARN TO DRIVE
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The Thirty-Eighth Annual-"National Book Week" was observedby A girls participating in the event Tin Qlck..t l The tm<...
local schools during the past week, with programs presented in Vv k S hold membership in a Y-Teen W., T. Lars
keeping with the National. theme. "It's Always Book Time." Club.
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staff of the H. Y. Tookes The occasion was observed fur- of service to the YWCA program SCHOOL
thter in the classrooms where all ,F4, ': ..
Library joined book lovers thru- activities is at the YWCA CALL EL 40639George
out the country in the observance.Mrs. English and Language Art classes Mondays and Thursdays between Perpena

Olga L.;Bradham,,librarianat were centere d around and/or 5 and 6 p. m. for rehearsals and
the Wilder Park Branch Libra geared to the National Book Week tryouts. 1134 W. 5th Street

was heard during the as- celebration. ;555L ,, The following Y-Teens appeared -
'semblyheld Wednesday, when NEW STANTON SENIOR s'.S on the "Adventurers" program

she gave a review: the widely HIGH SCHOOL -' held at the "Y" recently: Angie COLD SUFFEREIS
- acclaimed novel "The. Man In National Book Week was ob- Gardner, Geraldine White Bar-
The Grey Flannel Suit"" Mrs. served at New Stanton ,Senior bora Dailey Loretta Young Louise COLD discomfort yield quickly to
Bradhim, well known throughoutthe High School by participation of : Singleton, Carolyn McIntosh, STAN BACK'S prescription formula :
STANBACK tablets work :
powder
for her-contribution to all areas- of the school in the : or
city
: b: ; Sara Jones Delores. Gardner and fist to bring comforting relief fromtired
and fraternal work and also scheduled activities.Mrs. .
civic
Frances Jones. The group was directed tor*, aching muscles neuralgia
for her oratorical ability gave an Estelle B. Lovingood New w,.L .. ?R by Miss Clark. and headaches duo to cold
exceptionally good review. Stanton librarian stated that, .a
A skit entitled "The Class Who "We would certsainly like to have

Was," written and produced by everyone feel that every week is eJ KEROSENE For Prompt
Earl Lee Johnson Harvey Harper book week, and we 'cannot stress Delivery Call
Gwendolyn Brooks,Vernell Sykes this enough," in announcing the

and Ophie Lee White was presented National theme. aa VICTORY FUELSERVICE
in the Lee Auditorium Friday Mrs. Lovingood and Mrs. WillieL. :
morning.The original production Lucas librarians, displayed a '"' "
cast the authors as stars of series of books and materials that y

the play all being Edward Waters were of special interest during the 0- ..: : :
EL 3-1500
College students.A I:week. : o
display was-seen in the lobby Charlwes D. Brooks principalof
of lee Building throughout the New Stanton, made the follow-

week, ,through the cooperation of ing statement to a special evalu-
the librarian and assistant librar. ation group during his recent viSitto LAY-A-WAY YOUR
ian Mrs. Willie Frank Dennis and the evalwuation of the R. J. +' L x oa..

Miss Betty Noisette, respectitvely.The Murray High School in St. Augus- XMAS GIFTS NOWA

facility was'open to the pub- tine: "Our librarians are,.always Y. ?, : aY ,, r"r
busy with the many duties and r T '
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W. GILBERT responsibilities involved in sucha : Complete
HIGH SCHOOL vital part of the school'.. *
National Book Week was observed In addition to assisting with the Watches Rings Jewelry .
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during the week, at;.Mat' academic aspects of the school ..

thew W. Gilbert High School, program ,the librarians assist R Only a Small Down PaymentOn
with a special assembly program with the educational and voca- 9 Charge AccountsLOCKET'S '
presented Tuesday thrmough the tional counseling program of .he .x
sponsorship of the Language Arts school as a whole and assist the
JEWELRY
and Library Departments: DCT coordinators and guidance
Miss Waltee McRae librarianat committee with the testing
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Weldon Johnlson Junior procedures and administration -
James I 4.1tv EUNICE LOCK!7, Fns.9FusNKiS.
High School was the assembly whenever a test of any kind is .:p 4 f1.

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with the YWCA. The top photo shows a merry group executing a square dance with turns being .
called by Mrs Sarah Solomon Lovell who shied away from the camera. '
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T. ViBceii Harris Delivers I Stanton Adult Nurses' Alumni District Number Four i Mt.. Calvary Baptist

9 yr+ V Of First New Zion I.' Announces Event

Series Of Impressive Serwis (,1Q Presents Silver TeaThe .

P District -ND. 9 of Mt. Calvary

One of the most significant services in the Episcopal Church will, ,, .. home of Mrs. Ola Mae Williams Baptist Church is sponsoring the
Celestial Spiritual Singers in
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be'held on Sunday December 2 when the annual Corporate Com- 1526'Illinois Street, will be I
munion for men and boys is administered at 7:30" a. m.in St.Phillip's the,setting for a silver tea scheduled after-service recital Sunday, De-
3M cember 2.
Church at Pearl and Union Streets. I for Sunday December' 2.1
The Holy Communion service which is held at the beginning of from 4 to 6 p. m, sponsored by I The Senior Missionary Societyof
the church year is set aside as a time when the male members of the District No. 4 of First New Zion Mt. Calvary will present a
Episcopal faith consecrate themselves to God and the service of the Baptist Church. The public is in- Homecoming Day program in the
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church. b.ae vited. church Sunday December 2, at

It is a time when men and boys rs District No. 3 will meet Sun- 3:00 p. m.Disstrict.

are given the opportunity to re-l'.Greatness and Size," Father day in the home of Mrs. Callie No. 4 will meet Sunday -
dedicate themselves to the wqrk Harris stated that "The end and : Parsons 1356 West 6th Street. December 2, in the home of
, of God and the church as they purpose of life is. not mass, but District No. 3 will sponsor a fish 1 ev. and Mrs. F. Theemster, 78
accept the Holy Communion. I, quality. The true object'of desliny fry Saturday at 3:00 p. m, at Magnolia Street at 4:00)().p. m.

The service will be conductsed is not size, but greatness." w $-r' a,. Fourth and Davis Streets. District No. will meet Sunday,
by Father T. Vincent Harris who bay q i at December 2, in the home of Mr.
has issued an appeal to all male l: f r: and Mrs. James Willis 333. Spruce
members of the church ttI avail FIRST BORN TEMPLE StreeL
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Holy Communion ,
themselves of the opportunityof r'OA
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pledging themselve s to the .H SETS TALENT PROGRAMA

.... church. At Mt. Ararat Sunday Emanuel Baptist
Following the Corporate Com- talent program"will be pre-

munion the men will gather for Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will sented in the First Born Temple,
breakfast in the basement of the conduct its regular Communion 825 W. Monroe Street. Monday District Events

church at which there will be,an services Sunday at 3 p. m. with -- ----- night. December 3. sponsored by
opportunity to meet new membersof the Rev. Dallas J.Graham preach- HOLD MEETING-The Nurse Alumni of Stanton Adult School are shown at the scene of their recent Mrs. Rosetta Cohen.
i the church and renew friend- ing the Sacremental sermon and meeting. Nurses Aides and Practical"Nurses pictured from left to right are: seated, Mmes. Lena The following "will appear on Choir No. 4 of Emanuel Baptist
ships with old onles.IMPRESSIVE administering the Holy Communion. Austin, Pearly Taylor, Genevieve Thomas and Mildred Williams. Standing. Mmes. Frieda Ware.. Mat- program: The Heavenly Fire Church will meet for rehearsal
Saturday, December 1, at 4:30
SERMONSThe tie Williams and Tomia Lanear. Gospel Singers; ,Master Eddie p.
regular morning service nx, in the church.
Suttson Harriet Deas
; Kelly;
will be held at 11 a.m,with Communion The regular' Sunday activities Brother R. L. the District No. 2, will meet Sun-
and sermon by Rev. Superintendent will begin with the L.Sunday Chatman School.in ment pupils will and,the be representedwith adults are askedto Pastor To Sponsor I Slated For Recital"c'i Singing Wonders.All Rudolph. ; and. day, December 2, at 3:00: p. m. in
Harris whose impressive sermons the basement of the church.
join them in the meeting.The local groups are invited to
charge and assisted by the depart-
have been attracting the attentionof mental superintendents. The time evening service will beginat Banquet For MembersThe ; attend and participate on the pro- District No. 4 will meet Sun-

Jaxons who derive spiritual up- of the Sunday'School is 9:30 a. m. 6:30,. with devotions by the gram. day, December 2, at 3:00 p. m. in
liftment from meaningful ser- deacons. The, pastor will be in members of New Bethel Elder H. Hill is pastor of the the church auditorium.

mons. The Rev. Dallas J. Graham will charge and the church choirs will AME Church will be honored First Born'Temple. District No. S will meet at 3:00
The young Rector, who came to be.in charge of the morning wor- furnish music with Mrs. Hazel with a banquet as a Pre-Christmas Sunday, December 2, in the homeof
St. Phillip's Church two years ship beginning at 11 a. m. He will Gross and Matthew McCoy at the gift Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the iwn -k ) Mrs. Carrie O'Neil. Run Street
ago, is being hailed as one of the preach the morning sermon or an instruments. dining room of Edward Waters Y-Teen Clubs Report District No. 6 will meet Sunday -

truly great interpreters of relig- appointee designated by the pastor College by the pastor the Rev. December 2. at 3:00)() p. m. in
ious philosophy as a result of the .- T. E. Wright.: Membership.Increase the home of Mrs. Dorothy Harris
PATRONIZE t
impressive sermons he has been a
bringing each week to St. Phillips' The BTU will convene at 5:30p. Miss Bettye Smith will be presented 287 Goodwin StreeL
Advertisers in a recital December 16 In a report made by Mrs. District No. 11 will meet Sun-
ra. with the president. Emma
church-goers.In a recent sermon on Gillis presiding. Each depart- ,Florida Star at 7:30 p. nu in the church. Miss Thomas McGee, chairman of the day, December 2, at 3:00 p. m., in
very Smith is a member of Shiloh Y-Teen Department of the A. L. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

Baptist Church, student at Edward Lewis Branch YWCA, there are Flagg 612 Court E.
Waters and a voice pupil of 400 Y-Teens in Duval County, District No. 12 will meet at 3:00
Mrs. Alpha Moore. The programis with 257 of the number being :p. m. Sunday, December: 2, at 1233

The Finest Christmas Gift being sponsored by the Junior paid members. West 15th Streets
Ushers. The November report showed I District No. 14 will meet at 3:00:
, that the Y-Teen Club of A. L. p. m. Sunday in the home of Mr.
Lewis Club reported the highest and Mrs. M. Mitchell in Magnolia


-A Lot For Your Own Home Church Board Plans membership ships.November The, with Olga for 48 Bradham the paid month member-Clubof of Gardens.


Yuletide Tea Dec. 16A TO APPEAR-Little Mr. Edward John E. Ford School reported Consecration Service
Sutton is shown in the above 40 paid memberships.The .

Yuletide Tea will be spon- photo as he will appear in the advisors at A. L. Lewis I At St. John BaptistThe
sored by the Christitan Education after-service vocal: relital sched- School are Mrs. Glqria F. Holmes

Board of Central AME'Chur h in uled for Sunday December 2. and Mrs. Louise Sheffield and Rev. A. J. Hughes pastorof
of the church auditorium December 9:30 p. m.. at the first Born Miss Mildred Maultsby at John E. St. John Baptist Church, an-

'. 16 from 5 to,6 p. m.. Temple on West Monroe Street. Ford. The Moncrief School" reported nounces services for Sunday, De-
The James .Weldon Johnson He was the first'pma winner of 31 members with Mrs. cember 2, beginning with Sunday

',. 0..* School band under the directionof the Jafco Gospel Revue Contest Julia Wallace and Mrs. Bernice School at 9:30: a. In.I .
:, and will sing familiar selec .
.. ; Ernest Wyatt and the Isaiah many White advisors.The I The consecration service will
tions. The redtsal is
being
. Blocker Chorus under the .direction sponsored Long Branch School reported -I begin at 10:45 a. m. with the pastor -
t', of Richard Hadley will fur- by Mrs. Irma Haywood.; 28 members, Mrs. Gaynell I of the church officiating and

... nish the music for the tea. Rogers and Mrs. Zenobia Gen- ,delivering the sermon. Baptismal
wright advisors. Miss Hazel Pur- I
services will be held also.
/ Other characters will
the The Junior Women Set year reported 20 members from The Lord's Supper will be ad-
on
appear program.
the Aldonia Joyner Y-Teen Clubat ministered during the
evening
board has issued invitations to Musical RecitalA
R. L. Brown and 16 members
other boards in the city to attend. service. beginning at 7:00 p. m.
Lois How Available at! reported from the Olivia H. Bald- The pastor will deliver the sermon -
fall Senior
musical
featuring win Club. and preach from the sub-
Choir 2, will be given December Other
schools reporting are ject "Institution and ObservingThe
3 by the Junior Women's Missionof Oaklandjtouglas Anderson Dar- "
Suburban Estates Homesites Green Cove Springs Lord's Supper.
Mt.Calvary Baptist Church at nell-Cookman. Isaiah Blocker, The combined choirs and usher
8. p. m. announcement was James Weldon Johnson MatthewW boards will serve throughout the
SOUTH OF CITY LIMITS MT. PLEASANT TO HX&R made by Mrs, Maudell Hutson Gilbert Junior and Senior
REV. LIPTROT SUNDAY president- the mission Mrs. Clubs New Stanton\ and Forest

Large Lois Low County Taxes- GREEN. L. S. COVE Liptrott SPRINGSTheRev. will preach at Gussie more. Page and Mrs. A. Latti- Park. day.GmrnGLkNIGHTs

Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Sun- .Mrs. A. F. Douglas will intro-
Land Creek
High Dry Bordering
day night in the interest of the duce Mrs. Elizabeth Chester of FLORIDA STARIN M timed by"Bl.aaerwaka q"Karma
Up Nlctit to frMveoft bvmlBff
Second Church who will f *
Baptist
Trustee Board of the church. act nrrasgaal etr aat, Cfoadl Crtw1
serve as mistress of ceremonies. dies to eae.aaa Kidney and BbcSder irtlw.Ec -
Deacon Frank Myers chairmanof EVERY J.
the will mt p crax
PRICESTERIMIS Appearing on program
the board announced that
has urea ID Nd ae years prvte aat.ty can
the service will begin at the regular be Mrs. Pauline Bolden. Mrs. Eva ---.. Lt dnQII& tar 0"I'8'I'EX.........ee4essug& ..
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Willie Mr Thomas, Deacon
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J.$288.DI ;', Low as $&.DO Dowi I along hour with'of 7.friends The various have boards been Leroy "lalory and Milton


it Low as $2.00 per Week., I to given Mt a Pleasant special invitation to hear the to come Rev. Threadcraft.The rehearsals were scheduledfor CHAMPION'SMEN'S

Friday in the home of Mrs.
: $499.11 13% Disc ul for Cask Liptrot. Gussie Paige and Sunday at 4 WEARFACTORYTOYOU

J o:.... I p. m. in the home of Mrs. Alberta
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TO SING AdvertisersNEGROES Heavy Duty Sweatshirts . $1.00
GRAND OPENING SALE I The Parent-Teachers Associa-

tion of Richard L. Brown Elementary Gabardine Reversable Jackets $4.99

.Sat., Si*, aid l MOL, Dec. 1st, 2id aid 3rd .will School present 1535 a very Milnor interesting Street WILL SPEND Nylon Stretch Sox 3-for $1.00

,- -. ,.,.. > \program on'the night ofDecember OVER $3,000,000For
r AGENTS ON PROPERTY : 6, 1956. Christmas 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
"- The Young Adult Choir directed i
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," / I by Mrs. Elise Wilson Mrs. Hazel Shopping This Year .
,-- ; C. Argrett organist will be:

1. DIRECTIONSDrive i presented in a program of concert Make Your Dollars RITZ'THEATRE .

South out Phillips Highway 11'mles[ South of where ,song and solos. Mrs. Robert IL I II Earn You Respect
vofj minister of
t 4 lane I Highway starts (at Imperial Gas Station) until see Wilson wife the I
you I Bethelw Baptist Church, will render TRADE WITH STORES STARTS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29* FIRST RUN!
Suburban Estates Sign where new County highway is under .several solosv She widely I THAT GIVE YOU Spencer Tracy .

e &truction.. Turn right / of mile West .known for her beautiful voice,and i COURTEOUS TREATMENT 'THE MOUNTAIN"

has been presented,in several' re-' Trade With Firms Added -
citals since coming to Jackson- That Want Your Trade Scott Bra>
s: SPECIAL NOTE: TeN the Suburban Homesites Officials ville. '"MOHAWK"STARTS

J-; YR, .md about these lots in 'the "FLORIDA STAR" and The Young-Adult Choir is ver- Firms. "FLORIDA That Advertise STAR"In' the
satile in its style of singing and Wan Your Trait ? TUESDAY DECEMBER 4tk FIRST RUN!

they wig match your down payment. Example: If you '!.the aggregation is fairly new to Trade Will Treat With You Finns Better "BIGGER THAN LIFE"

mike down of $10 will be given credit. Jacksonville: Story( .f Man with PHI H.Wt)
a payment you Raiford Brown ,is President' of That Advertise In Also -
the R. L. Brown P. T. A and The "Florida Star" THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS
: -hr $20
f a down.pa'IMR. Mrs. A. C. Joyner is Principal of I "THf PfOMFS FAPtK "UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS"fHI

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E I. NAACP Head Urges Senate Curb On Filibuster **


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Wilkins'Calls ParEnts Conduct Classes For Day. At Smart Pope Livingston I *


For Senate AciioiT If q. y'F ; S .. :J T : **


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NEW YORK It is imperative _
that the Senate act at the beginning *
of the 85th Congress to end
'. the filibuster Roy Wilkins ex- 11I :

ecutive secretary of the National /Wettt-
Association for the Advancementof w r

Colored People, said in identi- .
cal telegrams Jo Senate majorityand I

_minority leaders Senators t, *
Lyndon B. Johnson (D. Texas) 2 iN .T R9l Zoaea1
and William F. Knowland Ot, w
Calif.)

In another telegram to Richard *
M. Nixon the NAACP's Wilkins A tip ,of Uk* Ptpd Cap to
these eat&a. din j re/as
reminded the Vice President that | America, wh make eat
"the humane principles of 'mod- country and 'mr cABUavkttr "
ern Republicanism.for which you a better place la wfclcbU ttf .

and- President Eisenhower stand W ',, ,,'n'_' _'_ ,."'"W. ... *

cannot be realized as long as a RECEIVE FIRST HAND INFORMATION-Parents of the Smart Pope Livingston School who relieved the teachers of their duties for one day recently are shown *.*
small group of senators can kill during the regular assembly period held each morning in the school library. Reading from left to right (seated) are: Mesdames Rosa Lee Grier Estella Frazier. Harriet -
the administration's legislative Johnson.. Josephine Alexander Mary Scott Annie Mae Champion. AltameasetMontgomery: Rose V. Henderson. Horiense E. Jackson and Anna Bell Bradshaw. *
proposals. To 'achieve this goal Standing, from left.to right, are: Arthur Mitchell Miss Lillie B. Jackson Mesdames Louise Hall Williams Ruby Armistead. Thomas Crompton. Georgia Dowdell '
the tyranny of the minority must M. L. Beneby Bertha, Richardson Bernice McCormick. Mary Robinson, Annette Hill, and Annie Laura Black.
be ended." ifif
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The telegrams were promptedby Senate Rule 22 in order to makeit members must vote to stop the ,
EMANCIPATION COMMITTEE SET
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TO MEET Five Negro Stars Named
announcement on Thanksgiving possible to end a filibuster bya marathon talkIest which certain *

Day that six northern Democratic simple majority vote. Under the southern, senators USA to prevent IN CLARA WHITE MISSION MONDAY NIGHT Among Nation'sIop Ten '
senators were" preparing present rule 64 of the Senate's 96 (Continued, on Page 8)) *
make an all-out effort to revise I '
The regular, Emancipation Committee headed by1 Joseph H. CHICAGO With the 1956 .

James, ,scheduled to meet Monday night, December 3, at 7:30p. regular collegiate football season 1 I.
'Feed m, in the Clara White Mission Building on West Ashley Street to coming to' a close, statistics released .
your babyCARNATION complete plans for the 94th Annual Celebration to be held January by ,the National Collegiate ..

4 1,,1957. Athletic Association Service Bu- *
The committee is composed of I reau placed five Negro gridders .
the following officers Joseph H. among the top 10 in rushing. *
James, president; Daniel W. Per-I Announces Practice I Jim Brown the 1956 All-Ameri- EKMA LEE WIGGINS .*

kins, Atty. at Law, vice president; can choice of Syracuse University lanes Weldon Johnsoa
Junior School
Hag *
:: Mrs. Eartha M. M. White 2nd held ,fifth place with 789
fc : vice president; Mrs. E. T. Tutson, yards in 136 carries in seven Pepsi Erma Lee Cola Wiggins dealers, salute member *
'r., ** 3rd vice president Arthur L Brown remained of 9-2 class and vice
; games.
; .: .> America'sbaby" .*'.& among president of Charm dub. *
II."?y.... ,' \ Payne, secretary; Mrs. A. Beatrice the scoring leaders with 67 points. She Is an honor student.
..--.,-......- 't' : : Williams, treasuer; and Bishop C. Don Clark, Ohio State's sensa- *

\ A. Gibbs, who served as honorary tional sophomore has gained 695 *
chairman during his assignment M hag yards in 114 attempts in seven
healthy milk! in Florida. R games. Clark has played spectacular ** *

The regular committee membership football all season. s _
of which the late Eu Mel Dillard, the hard plunging
.Gene J. Butler was a member, is fullback of Purdue University did *

comprised 33 persons, including not lose a yard from scrimmage *
g?
!Robert E. Thomas. during the ,season. He was listed
...
'4' we w; .a.Fan *
i The committee met last Monday close behind Clark with 683 yardsin

night and made tentattive plans Z 152 carries.: *
3 'y' for the celebration.The Jim Roseboro, senior halfbackof
4. secretary announces that Fr Y Ohio State University came in i: :
'
all officers: land members are ex- q&R ninth with 391 yards in 76 at *

pected to be present at the De- tempts. His average was 5.4 per *

cember 3.meeting.Stanton carry.
5- 9 X 7.Y, 555Y9 .4S. Abe Woodson of Illinois came in *
NS
I to clinch the tenth spot with 601
Honor m
Society
yards in 108 carries.: *
::1 9 In strictly Big Ten competition, BARBARA JOAN
Receives Applications Dr. Lansing G.Childs of Gainesville HOWARD
James Weldon Jotuuoa
Woodson Dillard, Roseboro and
Florida announces his practice Junior High School
Clark led the field in rushing. Another young Jazoo
554ti Approximately forty studentsat in General Surgery and being cited as a forward
Cheat looking citizen of tomor
New Stanton Senior High Surgery.He row is Barbara Howard an
School are being processed for is a graduate of Florida A Owens Expresses HopeIn honor student also: mem-
ber of 9-4 class. She is
membership in the James Weldon and M University with the Bach- secretary of her activity
Johnson Chapter of the National elor of Science Degree and of Melbourne Australia the Singing Club. for Enjoyment ..

Honor Society. Meharry Medical College with the *

: a High scholastic standing is one M. D. Degree. He served an internship MELBOURNE :...- The immortal * *
of the main requirements for be- at the George W. Hub- Jesse Owens, 43-year-old for-
ing eligible to be admitted to the bard Hospital in Nashville, Ten- mer track and field star for the y Y .Y ,wY.K *

: 0 honor society and each student nessee. U. S. Olympic teams in 1936 in *
.
55 4 yep. SS applying for admission must also back
.5 S Dr. Childs received four yearsof Berlin is in the Olympics,
5555 > be a member of the junior or ,training in general surgery at not as a competitor but. as a per- *
senior class and in good standingat Lincoln Hospital, Durham, North sonal representative President :Z( *
the school. Carolina and two in Eisenhower.
years chest s-_- *
A All students who have been accepted surgery at Howard University Owens expressed hope that the

for membership in the society School of Medicine, Washington, 1956 Olympics will create inter- Y. *

I q 4 555554r must participate in a seriesof D. C., where be was also an in- national goodwill and ease the ,...... *
probational activities outlined structor in surgery. During the current tensions in the Middle
by the members of teh organization latter part of his training, he volunteered East. *
and approved by the school. for military service and "The world in 1936 was faced M

'The, following students have was commissioned captain in the with a madman at the head of a r'fYi *

been accepted membership in Air Force Reserve with surgical nation who was intent on world .*
the National Honor Society at
55 tr"' first classrating.At conquest. It's true we are in a
New Stanton, according to Mrs. the conclusion of his train- period of tension now, but I be- GLORIA JEAN CHESTER. *
; Meltonie G. Lilly and Mrs..M. C. ing, lie was called to active duty lieve level heads will prevail andI James Weldon J hasa *
; King, faculty sponsors of the or and was appointed Chief of Surgery hope as an athlete that the pres- lulu High School *

., ganization.- of the 564th General Air ent games here in Melbourne will A tip to of this the JWJ Pepsi student cap
goes
Betty Mikel. Annette Baker, I Force Hospital, 1500 bed capacity,I contribute something towards who sets an example for *
Juanita Dismute, Annie Harmon, Otis' Air Force Base, Massachusetts international goodwill when it is good an honor deportment.student She, vice is *
frenda Gray.Norfotk VirgInia winner the Carnation Hometown Healthy Baby Contest Annette Harper, Betty Jean Jones, and served in this capacityfor so badly needed." -;; a president member of of ft-4 the class Singingfor and

Kaddette Philyaw Ruby Riggins, the two years that he was in He said he thought it a shame Enjoyment Club *

-.. Trfe,MOST_NOURISHING FOAM OF MILK Carnation formula say: "My doctor Catherine Riley, Leroy Rogers, service. After he was dischargedfrom for some nations to keep youngsters *
you can feed your baby is Carnation recommended it." If Barbara Ann Dailey, Carolyn Mc- active duty, he received fur- who have striven so hard to
you expect a Thelmetia * *
Fashion Argrett, Betty
....thesafest and moat digestible,too.If new baby ask doctor their training in surgery completing gain an Olympic berth from com-
your own about Deloris .
Asque Agnes Bynum.
of the world situa- ,
s the a course in advance surgeryat peting because
"healthy baby" milk every Carnation...America's Flete
"healthy Rogers, Miriam Sarjeant,
doctor knows.In fact all Harvard University School of tion.Owens ;., Coeprstslstiais. fret Pepsi l lCete
America
over Walker Warren
Carrie
baby" milk the milk that'win Johnson ,
help Medicine Boston Massachusetts.He seized up the interna- to HMM three. Merit
,.8 oat of 10 mothers who feed a your baby stay heal thy Robert Cora McKnight, Yvonne is associated with his brother tional situation as vastly different Averd wfeeerilLfstt .

Camermon Priscilla Griffin, Leon Dr. L. B. Childs in the prac- from that prevailing when he won Jt te Pepsi Merit Avertselatetio -
Ivory Joan Powell Barbara J. tice of his Specialty, general and I i stardom, 20 years ago. ** e. Peed Cefc
BEST BRAND FOR Ayres Anita Sutton Rose Walker, chest surgery. His office hoursare TIEN-TIME WRHC 1400
Ann Davis "M!. Set rdep 10.
Eugene Howard, Betty M year
from 1:00 to $:00 p. m. and by *
YOUR Shelia Collins Mary Ann Pough -- conducted. 11 A.M.
( COOKING t Joan Crawford, Constance Cummings appointment. Hi-Y officers are as follows: .
1 Leonard Douglas, President; Earl]
Ross Serena!
Raymond ,
AND COFFEE TOO. Joyner and Priscilla Boston. Dennis, Vice President; Robert *

The Above mentioned applicantswill Matthew Gilbert ,Hi-Y Washington Secretary; Edward *
( be presented to the school Coley Asst.Secretary;John Shan- *
(% / i family on. December 14 during a Donates BasketsThe non, Business Manager; George
special induction'. ceremonyprogram McQueen,Treasurer; Alvin Fnidie *
f KETTBt-BUHOlNG Carnation EV Ti in the school's auditorium. Matthew W. Gilbert High Chaplain. 'Hi.Y advisors are *
gives you smooth results every ILK I The induction ceremonies for School Hi-Y Chapters conducted William Scott and Ezekial Bryant.

v, time..fn every recipe that new members entering the Na- their annual Thanksgiving Day
calls for mUk.CHAMYRlalCamatfoD. tional Honor Society is- a "very Program and distributed basketsto It ill-Tortll 'e

colorful and interesting activity," the needy last week.
S 555 according to description by Mrs. The year's project by the Hi-Y PROMPTLY RELIEVED
"creams"coffee fruits and "fr
-.' Meltonia G. Lilly. Mrs. M. C. excelled in every respect. Nearly .
doctor formal antiseptic
cereals to perfection.Carnation 1 c0 '"f ee A oothtng
-. t King stated that "All of the par- 50 baskets of food including all Zemo-promptly relieves the
: Is the rich milk that whips ftrclostls, i, ents of the new members of the kinds of staples, vegetables fruits itching,burning of Skin Rashes.l .
; ;'.- too!Get several cans today! P4 iLIC ..d. l society have been invited to come and-meats were donated by the Psoriuttk. Rtugwoim and
.
,
Athleto'i Foot aead tops ccntch.teg -
out and observe this very signifi- various homerooms and organizations
their school I &&*Q tid*&**& &
canlt in children's of the t'nO
'.. World's Leading Brand of : program ing ef brttatod*k&
Evaporated Milk i An appropriate was
behalf. program
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.- THE,FLORIDA STAR Sohlrcla. Dosomoor 1, 1956




I 1' }- ':N"ewsOf Interest From. All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I I"P





: News Belhune Cagers I Competing For "Miss Walker" Title I

"P, : Putnam County __ _, _.. m _u

Begin Traiiiag ? .r

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-:. BT, E. J. VREEH, P': ;
FtU&a. Florida DAYTONA BEACH Candidates
tee Madison SUM -

Phone East 5-3625 '. ; .i.- for berths on the 1956-5': r.. hR A (1.
Bethune-Cookman basketball
'- College -
,. FOR THE-WEEK
A THOUGHT "
'v squad are working overtime
:
.- JP
"A sharp tongue u.ers many friendships>?'' :*" ', at Moore Gymnasium in preparation i ,; S M .
s "' for a 23-game hardwo 2EE -
"* '
"'Iast:week'-Mrs. Beatrice,Young of East Palatka was invited to schedule and participation in one a

be'the.movie guest of the Star. We were very sorry to learn that tournament.The ;

she is ill and wish for her: a,speedy recovery. Wildcats launch their hardwood .
This week we are inviting a '
December 3 -
campaign on 9
young man who is a, very goods where he will attend the National when they come to Jacksonville _

\friend t>t mine. He is a very=,good Convocation.: Members who ac to take on the Edward Water '

.student of the Sunday School of companied Elder Beacham.were: College Tigers. After a return engagement M f 4 a.

which I am Superintendent. How Mother Emma Anderson.. Mrs. at home with the sam< _
he doesn't attend often Blanch Harris. Mrs. Vanilla Wilson _
ever, very
Tigers on Dec. 4, they travel 1 to<
now, but he is very liberal with Mrs. Willie Mae Tapp 'and I St. Augustine to do battle will
'his His friend is avery Jenkins.
finance girl Mrs. Lizzie
..- I theFlorida Normal College Lions
charming young lady who f.
The Cats will begin serious conference t
lives with her parents on the out- Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Pinkston of *
skirts of town. He and his father East Palatka had as their Thanksgiving play OQ! Dec. 11 when they
take off on a three-game trip,
work very close to each other. ]I guests several relatives and
playing Alabama State College at'
am sure he will know this is friends from Chicago, I1L and I
Ala. Dec. 11 Tus
Montgomery, ,
meant for him. If he will contactme Jacksonville 'Fla, including Mrs
kegee Institute Dec. 12 and endingup
I will give him two passes to Sarah Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt N M >
with Fort Valley State College
the movies so he can carry his Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. George

'oung lady. Jackson, Mr.and Mrs. H/C.Lewis at Ft. Valley, Ga. COMPETING FOR TITLE This line-up of beauties is composed of students from all parts of the state who are candidates

and Rev. and Mrs. Brooks. Florida A. & M. University will competing for the title of "Miss Walker College.

Mrs. Annie Mae Oliver and her be sandwiched irt between Morris Front row from left to right: Misses Rudine Williams. Rosa Telfair. Latrecia Hampton. Robertstine Lampkin. Shirley Greene.

daughter Gwendolyn returned Brown Atlanta Ga., and South Pauline Lovelace. Emma Lee Riley. Hazel Hall, and Sadie Whilaker. Back row: Marilyn A. Slater. Lera V. Tippins. Rebecca Hatcher.

Sunday night from Tallahassee O6ALASeveral Carolina State College of Orange- Annie Nealous, Viola Garvin. Florence P. Branson. Mynah Hurley. Juanita Smith and Mary Frances Gasseii.

where they spent the Thanksgiving burg, S. CX, both being played al A coronation ball on December 8lh will terminate the contest at which time "Miss Walker" will be crowned. and reign as

holidays with relatives. home on Jan. 5 and 9 respectfully queen of the ball. Walker Vocational and Commercial College is located on Myrtle Avenue in Jacksonville.

beauticians from this The team is coached Raymond .
by
Mrs. Oliver is owner of the Oliver

40 Beauty 18th Sts.Shop, corner,Madison and city Orlando attended last the beautician week. Among clinicin Bethune-Cookman Thronton, a who graduate himself ol( SCOUT ROUND TABLE AT ANTIOCH BAPTIST PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR" 1I

those who attended were Mrs the
was a basketball star at col ADVERTISERS
Gertha Bouie Mrs. Annie Bright,, Antioch Church Frank John E. Bradford
Rev. J. A. Wright was called to lege. Thronton is pleased with the Baptist- was Courtney,

.Georgia last week' to attend the Mrs. Elease Hollomon, Mrs. Mar- showing of the young fellows who host to the monthly meeting of Jr. Major Bryant Courneal- ,

funeral of his brother, Walter garet Bilings and Mrs. Virginia seem to be pushing such men as the East Division Committee, ious Boyd A. Lawson, B. Kirk-

Wright Several other relatives Woodards. A very pleasant trip Henry Rainey, Lucius Jackson,, Cubbers and Scouters Round lin, James Johnson, Jr. William

accompanied him. was reported by the beauticians. Charles Manning, Everett Abnei Table, North Florida Council, Boy Patterson, Frank Chatmon, FrankW.

for their positions. Scouts of America. Bates, Jr. Andrew J. Buggs,

Mrs. Bernice Walker who is a CAPPING CEREMONYHELD First year men who seem to be During the Division Committee Sr. Emerson Thompson. M. H.

student at FAMU spent the catching on to Thronton's systemare meeting reports were given by Mann, N. Richardson, J. W. Ack-

Thanksgiving holidays home with RECENTLYAT Timothy Robertson, Fred the following committees: Ad- ersman A. D. Maxey, Charles ,E. '

Tier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hayward, Jack Swilley, and John vancemvent, B. Kirkland, Chair- Simmons, Jr.. :M L. Rudd, DSE,
FLORIDA A & MTALLAHASSEEEleven Edgar Alston, G. A. J. J.
Walker of East Palatka.Mr. Mays. man; Camping and Activities, Mackey xeuntv

The Wildcat schedule call fox: Frank Chatmon, Chairman; Or- Nixon,. Dr. Jean C. Downing Joseph Mr I *
have nine in ganization and Extension, Frank Johnson and the Rev. J. J. pi
and Mrs.Arthur Allen nurs- seven games in December, I Ill

.as their house guests their son, ind sstudents 'Florida A and January and six in February.WOBS Courtney, Chairman; Finance, Jones. e

Dr. Alphonso Allen, and Miss MUniversity were capped in a Major Bryant, Chairman and Charles E. Simmons, Jr. is

Alma Johnson of New York City. special ceremony in Lee Hall Health and Safety, A. D. Maxey, Chairman of the East Division, G. .on %khi Chairman. The CommissionersStaff A. District Commissionerand i t, f J; *it
They have been entertained by Auditorium here last week. I Mackey,

several friends. Mrs. George W. Gore, Jr. first I was represented by District M. L. Rudd, District Scout

lady of the, university, told the: PROGRAM SCHEDULE Commissioner, G. A. Mackey. Executive.

Lil- should John E. Bradford, Jr. Scoutmaster
:The many friends of Mrs. nursing students that they

lie Ranken will regret to learn take pride in their profession because MONDAY-FRIDAY( SCHEDULE"OCTOBER) of Troop 76'St Stephen

that' She;i$' gravely ill in the of its eminence in the field -.:teSI&Ja.Oa AME.Church led'members of the eete. Family Killed

Brewster Holpital in Jacksonville. of professional service. .:00C3 41-'700 News Heaven's* Weather Road (Deacon Round Table in:a .,discussion on \ss iriilion

'She.Is a-member of the Calvary The pupils were capped by Mrs. ,:eo. 743 News Grace)ft Weather first-aid. A demonstration in In Caracas Venezuela /;? ... ,//.
Baptist Church, Nottage Temple; E. J.. Burgess acting dean of the ,:tJ- 140 The Kid (Bob Hudson first-aid activities was presented

and the American Legion. school of nursing education, and 843:45 Ioe1:03 The New Kid A Weather(Bob Hudson) by Scout Joseph 'Pauline, Scout
The baseball world received
presneted for capping by Mrs. G. 1:45-9:00 Teenie Weenie Time James Woods and Scout Willie C.
.:00- 513 News & Weather
with sadness the news of the
Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Frison returned P, Gore, assistant to the acting 943-10:00 Junpla with Johnny Shaw McGeathey, members of Troop
1040-1043 News A Weather tragic death of Charles Peete, 26
Monday from Ft. Pierce, dean. 1043-1140 Gospel Train No 1 76.In
old member of the
Fla. where they attended the East Music for the service was dend- 1140-1143 News A Weather keeping with the Cub program year Omaha
1143-1240 Gospel Train No. 1 Neb. baseball team and 1956 bat- I
Florida Association of'the Primitive ered by the university choir with 1240-12 Local News (Yvonne monthly :theme, "Life in
ting champion of the American
Church.They left last L. Tate at the Daniels) Puerto Rico", was discussed.
organ.
Baptist Stanley 12:15.12:301'nbnc Service Show
Wednesday for Sanford Florida. Students capped during the ceremony 12:30-12:45 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Leading in the discussion and displaying Association who died alwong with Bob HudsonAND
12:45140 Woman's World Yvonne
Daniels) ( of articles made by mem his wife Nettie and three childrenin
were:
140- 143 News Weather bers of Pack Mrs. M. P. a plane crash in Venezuela.
76
;
Temple oi Hat- were
The pastor of Zion Latrell Barnes, Marianna; 143-240 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon '
the Church of God,In Christ left tie Bessent Jacksonville; Annis Grace) Bryant, Mrs. J. E. Meuse and Mrs.' Peete, a member of the St
2402:03 News & Weather
Thursday, for Memphis. Tenn. Brown, Winten Haven; Alexe 243-:to Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon H. F. Howard. The Round Table' Louis Louis Cardfinal chain, was
Mack Grace) was ably supervised by Neighbor' en route to play winter baseballin
Freeman, Miami: ; Lorene 340343 News & Weather
LUNAR MONTH SPECIAL and Thelma Moore, Quincy; Enid 343440<< ampin with Johnny Shaw hood Commissioner Frank .Bates,', Venezuela. He played a partof Sugar Sugar Sugar
<4:00-< <443< News oil Weather
the 1956 with the
SECRETS Of LIFE Meadows, Birmingham, Alabama; <443-< 540 Jnmpln with Johnny Shaw Jr. season par .
Marian 540- 543 News & Weather J. J.Nixon made a report to the ent St Louis Cardinals.
Samuels Palmetto
;
Which dive I youPOWER Alyce 5433JO Jwnpln with Johnny Shaw
Sanders, St Petersburg; Susie 330 Sip OffSUNDAY SCHEDULE group on progress being made in The Peete family was among COMING YOUR WAY

Triplett Tallahassee; and Lee (OCTOBER) organization of mothers club in the 25 persons killed in the crash.Quid .

To ottoia LOVE. SUCCESS. Anna Apalachicola. ':00 Sip On various sponsoring institutions.
May, .:to- <45 News ft Weather
HAPPINESS hra. the MW ':OS- 7:00 Heaven's Road (,Deacon Charles E. Simmons, Jr, ,East 9:00 A.M.

way of ,:tie ,:OJ News Grace)* Weather Division Chairman, informed the ReiefotPAIN 7:00 to .

PRAYERLUNAR FAMU Student Makes"Who's 743S40 Heaven's Road (Deacon group on plans being made in
Grace)
140130 Oral Roberts preparation for the Annual Scout 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
MONTH CLUB College INouTALLAHASSEE S30- IU Swannaires Gospel Sinters
: 1:45- .Heaven's Road ers Banquet to be held Thursday,.

1270 BROOKLYN FULTON 16.STREET N. Y. *\: 1040-10:30.:4 O-llOO: Bishop Heavenly S. C.Fire Johnson Sinters January 31, 1957, in the cafeto- OVER '

JA3-0490 Joseph E. of God rium of the Matthew W. Gilbert
NE 8-3526-Pho *- : :-m::'Temple
'Anderson, a 1951 graduate of : EthelDavenport High School. Mr. Simmons pre- ..M PAINS .. HEADACHE. NEUAAL,
1140-1143 News ft Weather .
01 A. NEURITIS wrtK STAN8ACK TAB.LITS
Florida A and M University, is 1143-1240 Heaven's Road sented Dr. Jean C. Downing, general .r POW 0 IE III" T AN BACK fe WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S
the mem- 1240-1243 News tt Weather a.* e .ei __...4i. Commercial Art included among seven 1243140 Heaven's Road chairman for the Banquet.Dr.
Learn SACK f.<.lMft*. (.".*.! ...e4_ltr _*.*..
bers ot the Howard University 140- 143 News tt Weather Downing issued tickets to the NIa r.L....... ..... .t.f to tfc. <..e-
Start AerthMC. 1431:13 Heaven's Road ... .. .
I _
I. APPROVED school of medicine to be listed in 1:15130 SAA's Master Keys Scouters and Cubbers present IWLTIPLS Tb..44.4 M>fr4<.fiti" ....*..Inter.ii_'*-rrtlilf. ONLY ALL NEGRO
the 1956-57 edition of the "Who's 240340 130-240 Mt.JAFCO Ararat Gospel Baptist Revue Church Words of welcome were extended i _..... ...*.". .....<, .,,< >......
AMERICANSCHOOL
...wily __,..,i05 5540 PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
and 340- <440< Bishop E. H. Williams :
Who in American Colleges 440540 Elder Charles Beck by the Rev. :Mr. J. J. Jones,
OF ART Universities." 340530 Rev. L Jordan pastor of Antioch Baptist Church.i .Tilt tTA"IACK. s..f w ...
Heaven's Road A.,
530- C40
Moved T. New Location -Anderson is from Haines City SATURDAY SCHEDULE Refreshments were served. "
106 EAST BAY STRUT and is a sophomore medical student (OCTOBER) : 1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"IOOK.WDARE
24 FleaA1M (:. Sip On
at Howard University. The .40- <:05 News ft Weather Mrs. IiL
C457:00 Heaven's Road '
seven students to fie listed which 740- 743 News ft Weather 1.'.
included Anderson were chosen 743S40 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
S40143 News ft Weather
MUSCLES by the '220 students enrolled in S43S:45 The Kid (Bob Hudson) ,
8:45940 Teenie Weenie Time -
the medical schiiLWashability 940-943 News ft Weather ;
1CUTWNG5ABE AcAYI HERE/S TVW atiaG1
..... ealM eI t ..... asM.1 o.eP 943-1040 Jnmpln with Johnny Shaw SURE T ,I''R r t TItOSg
.........STAN...CI(.tooMs..?...... saves time and 1040-1043 1043-1140 News Gospel ft Train Weather No. 1 GOOD? >r G(14RANTEE>kTl
TAN BACK Mts fst to brtnfl.omfrttatlief. 1140-1143 News ft Weather ,ru Ba1RN CQVp1.OR .
.. .....M MlhotTANBAClC....s.teW money plan for it when you 1143-1240 Gospel Train No. 1 WOOR! LY 5 BUCkS
..-..- .......- +. IOwa Or.O le. choose apparel and home furnish 1240 12:15 Local News (Yvonne i
....... fat tap ...... e1 ... Daniels)
ings. 12:15-1230 Public Service Show
1230-12:45 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) In UiI
12:45140 Woman's World (Yvonne E OOa
Daniels) .d

,Article! in Reader's Digest Reveals 240243 143-1:00143 2:00 News News Gospel ft ft Train Weather Weather No. 2 _

243340 Saturday Session (Johnny
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c. .Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionMisery 300343 News Shaw)A Weather I
!:OJ- <440< Saturday Session
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Is So Often a Needless <4:03-540543 54340< 340 News Saturday Saturday ft Weather Session Session (b'b'i i ;


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"I U.s. Olympic Teams Are Filled With Negro Members vidual game record for rushing.His .


total was 176 yards.

The fast running ace of the
t I proved that all pre-season predictions scored 12 touchdowns and two
?
phy I Rattlers has been
Tai Stars named to the
Playiag Leadiig
of them were true. It was extra points. I
II mythical All-American team for
predicted that Big Jim Parker of The St. Augustine star has been
three straight years and is head-
} It Olympic Games Ix Ohio State University and Jim named back of the week several ed for his fourth making him the
I
Brown of Syracuse University I times by the A & M coaching first member to be so honored for

would be unanimous choices for ,staff, and holds the distinction of four straight years.
MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA all of the Ail-American honors and both of
being the only member of his
race He
: will wind up his collegiate
competition the 1956 games have more Negroes
the Jims came, through. to be named back of the'week
by football
in the
career
United States than at any time in previous years, Orange
THE WALKER .BUSINESS the Florida Sports Writers Ass0-
Blossom Classic December 1, in
emerged as gold medal winners with their
COLLEGE of Jacksonville is ciation. Miami. Willie Galimore will
Those selected to represent the J g, go
making preparations field a Galimore is the holder of the down in history as one of the
United States are perhaps among Angeles Dons. y.. basketball team_this year under Orange Bowl individual
game truly great football stars of the
in their fields. Each
the
greatest unanimous choice
the direction of Julius Guinyard. rushing record having piled
up day.
; <
is star performer and at x <
a in basketball
one can This will be the first time in the 295 yards against Maryland Statein
one time or anothter has producedsuch Other Negroes history of the school that an athletic 1954 in the Orange Blossom
stellar performances that United States in ACHING MUSCLESR
team of any nature has been Classic. His longest run of the
their selection has been hailed as Lee
Calhoun put on the field..The team has already current seaso nwlas a 97-yard off abe of tied, eon, acM n. __
; a triumph for the United States Wilson, Phil been outfitted with uniforms tackle touchdown gallop against elM with STAN BACK,tablet*r eeWefliSTAN8ACK
:: One of those regarded as a sure College! Milt acts fast to brie MmfertiMr
and games have been sche- Allen University. It was also .JU,...bca_the STAN BACK UmtfeU
winner has already come through Indiana star and
duled. According to Coach Guin against Allen that he set what is e.wbiess s.wnl prwcriptio typo lrtf >
with flying colors to win one of Navy; Jack Davis :.x ....ta fe*fart relief of ,...
yard, the team is rounding in believed to be a new SIAC indi-
the events for his country and
Leamon King the
shape in grand style.
w c vx' >
that was Charlie Dumas of Los California junior; >

.: Angeles who set a new high jump (winner in THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR

record for Olympic competition.He meter), former HIGH SCHOOLS along with the
duel with college teams are about ready to Prevent The Blues
won a dramatic an now representing January
go into the basketball season. The
unheralded Australian with a Club of New York
mark of 6 feet 11% inches to put LaSalle College schools are soliciting the same .
his team out In front in this part Ken Bantum support in basketball that they After Your Christmas Parties

of the games. Dumas fell just one Sharpe of West received in footballGalimore

inch short of his short of his own College; George LAY WAY YOUR XMAS DRINKS NOW .

world record. Dumas is from Columbia track -

Compton,College in California. Pioneer Athletic Evelyn Bullock a senior element Named A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD

Rafer;Johnson,who was consid- Another star Lake City Florida. reigned supreme dur- YOUR PURCHASE 'TIL XMAS

ered a sure winner was scratched great showing in : at Florida A and M University on

because of a knee injury. He is the women's side :k'l attendants. were Charlotte Call i Athlete Of Year Large Selection of Decanters

America's hope in the decathlon.The and that is J from Jacksonville; and LaKay Beasley. I

20 year UCLA junior is con the little town of Tallahassee.) (A.and M staff photo I I MIAMI-A plaque has been In All Popular Brands
sidered the world's all-
supreme and a Tennessee
:.presented to Willie "GallopinGal"
around enter other athlete and is expected to The American IT UP Galimore, the sensational AT REGULAR PRICES -
games. helping to prove I *
Florida A & M halfback as the
As predicted Greg Bell, the 25- Russiah held no '
outstanding Negro Athlete of the
of Indiana at theSILVER -
year-old University Olympic games as _
Year by the Orange Blossom
sophomore from Bloomington Indiana I
by so many 'Committee luncheon in
PARHAU JOHNSON during a
finished first in tke broad STAB
I'the Seville HoteL _
jump with a"25 feet 8% inches'tocapture will i Mackey and the running of Eu- "
"Gallopin Gal he is called
as
the gold medal finish. lfewcol for the gene White and Frank Griffin of I DRIVE-IN LIQUORS
by sports scribes throughout the
Other Negro athletes who are years Booker T. was.a" thorn in North- I
nation has amassed a net yardageof
expected to play a great part in and western's side throughout' the
By [ 693 yards in 93 carries for an 5668 Avenue 'B' Phone PO 4-9192
the American victories are Charlie years ,game which ended 34-0 in favor
,
average of 10.4 per carry. His
Jenkins ViHanova, Ira Murch- NEW YORK :'of Booker T. Washington.
I game average is 86.6, and he has
inson, the Army private who ran combe, the IOWA THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES I

the 100 meters in 10.1 in Germanyin pitcher was as I will play .21 games in the 1957

August ,Lee Calhoun and a charge when the inr the I Grapefruit League season according -
host of others. I to announcement made by
missed by an 1
The American basketball team Fagan,- but a Oregon the Braves front office. General %I. f b'I

has not lost a game so far and $25,000. damages II Manager John Quinn said the I

playing on that team are Jones Big Don. Chi- Braves would open the Spring Y.
I
and Russell of the famous Los Michael show 'season at Miami against Brooklyn

Field parking on his 1 with a night game March 9. The I b

PILL THE PLMMl claims he was fast I Spring "home" season at Braden-

stomach by .! SANDS"Q. by ton will open March 12 against
ITlllellnET made a remark great: I Detroit Eleven games are sche- t

KaU-aBve headachy.when constipation after he had had. duled for Bradenton.THE .
aoun atomacb Blaclt-Drs gtt
relieves constipation ovrigM.Help of the box during team- BROOKLYN DODGERSand
*sweeten sour stomach too. of the World says the, NEW YORK YANKEESof !std o ell?
LmItt-....Stiffest W rU Onrs&t! Brown said he game World Series fame will meet tryII d
No harsh griping. Made from pure
vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but after he asked against six times in pre-season competi
uncorks clogged intestine
rentty;Brtncs eomfortinf relief in morning the _matter, Matson tion. Four of the games are book- do
Then meck-Dreughttoday.life looks sunny again I Get tough for.you?" with ed for the Florida circuit-Miami,

P.5der M Qrss.ldal er.t .ad Immediately Vero Beach and St. Petersburgwith I
=. Y sew. .s'P to 4s l.bbt i. tool I
the at Ebbets Field
of the assault one game )
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sod, s*tsnap.c BteekbmernMt suit was filed and pitcher, April 13 and another at Yankee > .. 1111jff11
Dbt n.10'. tbs Ifeukf summoned asking I Stadium the following day. The

ages. Player Dodgers have scheduled 25 games

letter during Spring training in Florida

WATCH THIS CLOWN GETTING before they head north for their
ever annual tour with the Braves.

13-27-31 U tint worried Up Night by "or = ," Big CHARLIE DUMAS, the long

67-271-93 Strong neot, taralnc emeUlng.or \ that lean and lanky 19-year-old Negro i '

COIDJIIOD Kidney aDd athlete of Los Angeles set a new
try Cress for Quick
press Mtety for yoaof place high jump record in Olympic

l 2 antes gist for See CTiEZwer hew lent of 223. competition in .Melbourne, Australia -

6 9- Ohio to help get the United

7 3 foot- States off to a good start. Dumas

f f most won a dramatic duel with an unknown -

foot- Australian with a mark of
tASt AHD f
.
282.8394152fl the end 6 feet 11H inches, one inch shortof Il

%, his own world record.
a star GENE FULLMER of West Jor-

See erie .. ..'. v dan. Utah is in the midst of his **
SMMtim* "'I tare / several training grind in preparation for jj'l
H. odds, nbtrecrtH auto- his title bout with Sugar Ray
werb H eH town* WITH Stilt BUM Mur- Robinson in Madison Square Gar
KS NSa AND
saYtea CASs will den Dec. 12. He is being carried

FOR DECEMBER_ 8th $ normal through his boxing sessions by

81-38' -57 ros'ri be able Paul Perkins of Salt Lake City,
Utah and Floyd McCoy of Schenc-

fiery tady, N. Y. his sparring mates.
Fullmer said he felt like he is

again reaching tip top shape.

MIDNITE PREMIER SUGAR HAY ROBINSON is
AID "BASIN ST. REVUE"- finished stepping up his boxing matches -

SATURDAY for with his sparring mates, Lee Wil-
SUNDAY THtU SATURDAY. DECEMBER. 2-8 liams of Augusta, Ga., and Abdul
Wm. Helaea Ki. Novak and Rosalind Resell
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has Ali of Brooklyn. Robinson recently -
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Phii:-Id. Upi. "STRANGE the Mwe2eeaiite
ON STAGE RAMBLE DECEMBER Ida "ROCKIN" life, won a 10-round warm-up bout
for his with another fighter other than

on his stable mates.

turkey THE 7-7 DEADLOCK between Brilliant beautiful, different the Calvert

ROOSEVELT SKY fam New Stanton High School and Jewel Decanter by Calvert Reserve ;

Sea. Tees. December 2.4 s... Tees. Matthew W. Gilbert at,the Cator sparkles with a look of unmistakable

Both let Ren Hits "BILLY Bowl, Thanksgiving night proved luxury The whiskey, rich and flawless -

"GREAT 10 MOTIVE CHASE" Robe. ran that the coaches of both schools has the fine American taste
Ptes:-"BASIN ST. REVUE" had worked their teams up to a
OF most peop e-prefer.You'll be prouder Your choice of
Net Kl.fl Calf. Uoeel Hewpfroe city victorious spirit. The Blue Devils than handsome 'round
ever to give Calvert a gift'; year
Ceaer Basle Sate Yeegdu Wed. & n.,.. The of Stanton of 1956 was a much bottle or Jewd Decanter -
1 S Stan! Monroe worthy of the most special (and most =
"BHOWANI for better team than the Blue Devils at same price.Bothparticular

Both"LAND.OF his as- of 1955. The Fighting Panthers of ) men on your list. holiday gift-tmPPed- _. :

W... & ,n.,.. Dee. S.6 of the Gilbert were also keyed up to
Doable Stock Star FrL Set. playing either win the city title or tie for Nothing finer in American taste :. _

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.; .... I..ltt. flU FLORIDA STAR Saturday, December 1, 1954


Wilkiis Calls I Singing Association The Editors of the "FLORIDA STAR" wish to express their deep regret to Messrs
I r;: : Chips Off The Blocks r. P. Holmes and Alphonso West, directors of HOLMES AND WEST FUNERAL HOME,for

Schedules MeetingA the inadvertent omission of their weekly message to the people of Jacksonville who in this I
For SeMile Adieu uncertain world may find need for the type of services they offer.

BT JAT JAY meeting of the United Holi- For those who may find it necessary to avail themselves of the services offered by
I didn't know what Little Willie John meant wh n he openec To'E.d'"Fil uier ness Singing Association is scheduled HOLMES AND WEST FUNERAL HOME, located at 2719 W. Edgewood Avenue v The
;has noun and yelled "Fever" but I know now. "Classic" ftvtr hat for Saturday at 8 p.m.at the telephone is PO 51611.
f 1. h1t'Jax. Every living yelling: "Miami her I come I- Famceans Church of the Living God, 14th
'v?the oldr grads.and Famceans the younger.grads.are passing through (Continued from Page 5)"" and Grunthal hop M. Baker
:*dtS?.--Some lingered long enough to yell at old friends a vote on civil rights bills. host pastor.
--..;::., The"subway almuni"FAMU ire showing as much enthusiasm Joining Senatoj" Hubert H. The program will consist of the From Newsom's Used Department

(1) as their regular grads. Alvin James and Frank Hampton are Humphrey of Minnesota in announcing following, participants: the Red
leading the local "subway alumni" to Miami. Hampton is on his this proposal were Sen- Rose Singers, the Church of God
vacation and is combining business and pleasure. He will'be busyin ators Paul H. Douglas, Illinois; Gospel Chorus, Southside Singers,
Miami buttonholwing golfers and telling them of the approaching Wayne Morse and Richard L. Francis Street Church of God in Used Furniture ForS
'
"Gateway City Golf Tourney". Alvin is allowing a budget of $500 Neuberger Oregon; "James E. Christ Singers, Samaritan Daughters -
and declares he is not going to bring back a penny.In Murray Montana; and Pat Mc- Commandment Daughters,
the Elcee Lucas household there is a difference of opinipn Namara Michigan. The revisionof Choir 2 of the First Born'Temple,
Mrs. Lucas is a Tennessee State grad and Elcee is a FAMU alumnus. the Senate rule is one of sev- Olesta Singers.
Other Tennessee grads yelling loud are H. C. "Headwaiter" Donald,, eral proposals advanced by the The Atlantic Beach Singers, the Every House and Room
Henry Harley, Rosa Lee Shannon, Faye Solomon Alveria Williams,, group. House of God Singers, the Stark
Johnnie Roberts, Sara Davis. Mildred Bonner. We may have misseda The NAACP, Mr. Wilkins told Gospel Singers, the Apostolic
few in the rush.Tennessee Senators Johnson and Knowland, Singers, and other groups.

fans are very quiet but it is being whispered that the "strongly urges you to rally the Easy Terms
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PATRONIZEFlorida
"battle of the bands" will be as rough as the pigskin affray. You support of senators of your party -
'
pick your winner. for revision of Senate Rule 22 to StarAdvertisers ,

On the subject of sports something was called to our attention.Th. ,. curb the destructive filibuster. As
long as the filibuster remains, $1.00 DOWN DELIVERS ANY ITEM
actions of certain minor officials at the recent Florida-G.orgia
Tech game caused people of color to wonder just what is planned for civil rights pledges in party plat
the Gator Bowl classic. Upon checking with Gator Bowl officials forms and other such pronounce-" For a Good Used Car MODERN DINING LARGE
we were told that there would be over two hundred tickets reserved ments are meaningless. S 00 ,

for colored fans at a price of $2.00. You may purchase your ticket The said filibuster, not only the NAACP"negates leader the- All Makes & Models END $199 ROOM 1 OIL16
from the Tourist and Convention Bureau in Hemming Park. If all
democratic but also .
tickets ar* not sold they Intend to place tickets In the colored section process" "jeo TABLES CHAIRS
role leader of the At Best I
pardizes BargainsLow
our as
at a convenient spot. Now, in the event the demand exceeds the "
allocated seating area. there is a possibility of more seats. That is free! world. MODERN 4-PC PEEL
,the situation as of now. A few years back the Galsor Bowl Association Down PaymentBe $ 95 $
made available seats on the midfield stripe at regular cost TABLE 2 DINETTE 19. CANE $395
and you can Imagine how.many of us bought &OQ tickets.
Sure To See LAMPS, SUITE CHAIRS
THE
The newest addition to the growing list of deejays is Mrs. SEAFOOD CENTERCorner .
Theresa Mackey. Mrs. ,Mackey is heard on the "jockey-bop" show of Myrtle Avenue
each Saturday morning over'Station WOBS. and Shad Roe ALLEN'S.USED SMALL BEDROOM LARGE
$ 95
The recent affair held by the local Salesmen Association provedto Imported from Portsmouth BLUE OIL 4 $59 SIZE 20
be a success. The seasonal weather,which means cold, kept many Ocean Bream lb. 25c CARS s
folk at home around their fires but enough came out to make the LARGE HEATER ,SUITE SOFA .
boys happy. John Hillman won the trip to the Classic which was Bull.Whiting lb. 25c -
awarded the person selling the most chances on the grand prize Joe LARGE 127 West State
PINK MODERN
Garnett sold the winning ticket. Roe Mullet lb. 29c FULL 05 S
Bill Minton is showing all his new Buick: Special Both Chevy Medium Mullet lb. 20c Phone EL 6-5879 SIZE 6 PATIO 295CHAIRS SOFA .,19
salesmen are sporting their new chariots. Freddie Brown and H. C. FRESH WATER .
Donald are saying "watch for us". Catfish lb. 49c BEDS BED

Henry Harley and Beamon Kendall are having a feud. Yep- Chicken of the Sea .
you guessed it It's over football. Hank is betting on Tennesseeand Speckled Trout lb. 49c LAY-A-WAY HEAVY LIVING LARGE ,
Beamon is a FAMU fanatic. The stakes are very high-not Lobsters .. lb. 49c FOR XMAS '
over a dollar.A Snapper Fillet lb. 59c Easy Credit Terms COIL $695 ROOM 12 SIZE 10

delegation of FAMU nurses including Nurse Foote spent a few Red Bass lb. 39c SPRINGS SUITE WASHER
hours and had dinner on the Blocks Ted Frazier of the A. and SPANISH Rings
M. Hospital passed, thru Thursday on his way to Miami. Mackerel lb. 35c Watches

Heading,the Jacksonville delegation to the Magic City are the LARGE Diamonds On The Corner BROAD & ADAMS.TIffl1ffM1
Star's main man. Eric 0. Simpson along with WRHCs Ken Knight Jumbo Shrimp Ib. 79c Costume Jewelry .
who will maintain a Press and Radio Hospitality House In a lavish MEDIUM
suite at the Miami Carver and the word is out that the two Shrimp lb. 69c
running buddies have shipped in a bumper 'supply of Lord Calved OYSTER DIVISION
and other liquids to wet the tonsils of visiting friends. The welcomemat Boneless SelectsFor
will be out to alL Frying

Marjorie Sanders of the Tropicanna staff is all smiles now. pint $1.15 e [ JI
Seems as tho her "main man" will be homey from the "seven seas" JUMBO
soon. Sorry that illness is bringing him home soon. ,9 Va. Croakers lb. 39c

If you boys have been driving out EWC way and, have seen a Salt Herring lb. 45c S
very attractive young lady in the vicinity of the library, why not Fancy Imported I.. 1-lh. Pk s.
stop in and try reading. There's more than books there to meet the Salt Cod lb. '69c. AFRA he South's Outstanding Furniture Store
eye Dressed Green

SHOP TALK Current chit-chat along Press Row is that the Crabs Ib. 45c Credit Jewelers
"Our Churches-Florida Tattler" merger has "demerged" after two
weeks ..,After missing a few issues the new church news booklet THE SEAFOOD CENTER 817 Davis Street
which changed its format to a sort of magazine section inserted in
MYRTLE AVENUE & ADAMS Near Ritz Theatre
the Tattler is small sized which should enjoy
now. a paper many
reading. PHONE EL 4-1468 I PHONE EL 54509 WAREHOUSE STOCK SALE!

.Sports fans are in for,a.treat next week. On Monday nite at the 1 ON DELUXE
James Weldon Johnson Gym the EWC Tigers will play Bethune-
Cookman's cagers in the lid opener for the local hardwood season.
Florence Gas
On the 12th, Coach Harold Richardson will send his Purple and Beautiful RangeWITH
Orange clad charges against the powerful FAMU Rattlers in the Magnolia GardensFinest

same arena. .
UP TO TRADE IN
Jules Guinyard of the .Jefferson Athletic Center is sending a Homes for Colored' People $40.00
strong team out to compete in the Florida A. A. U. Boxing meet ON YOUR PRESENT STOVE!
next week at the Main and Beaver:Street Arena. Colored pugs are Down,!
on.several military teams entered in the tourney. In the squared No Money
circle there is complete equality. A man's dukes make him the YOUR nAD.IN WILL DO
better man. Go out and cheer the boys. John Woods, veteran
Wilder A. C. battler-and two-time state Golden Glove champ, will
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lead the local team.
At the Duval County Armory Sunday night McKesson and xlo
Bobbins the Old Taylor folk in our town are giving an appreciation .
$A. ef .
affair. AU of the folk in the food and drink dispensing his havebeen R .yF4 x
carded. It promises to be veddy. veddy swank. 38y

Dr. Spaulding and the board of the Club Monterey are planninga ;2;u:: E t
big surprise. The place is closed and is being completely renovated 8
and modernized. You should dig the crazy color scheme and
the furniture. For those who want to be alone and desire privacyor CS-; TO YOU-IF
the companionship of jolly fellows the Monterey will be the YOU ACT NOW
place. Ob yes the fellows all know that the club has a membership 5- ov
?.F 5 4- of qua
s- Z.1001batam
policy.Glad Per Month 5
to Charlie Brantley the comeback trail. Charlie tur
see on ham or
,z.l; and a large
played for the recent Postman's BalL He has some real musicians $49.00 and up -S ;,
in the band. For those who wonder about the piano player, he is -j ; key feel Old customenbrinq -
VA S FHA
from "the ,Apple". He has played ,with many big names. The Financing .a new cis'tomes
guitar player is equally as renown. For the uninformed, that was
not an out of time calypso number the band played. They were Two & Three Bedrooms Concrete to our store personally

playing the latest a "Cha-Cha". We think Theresa Keyes was and receive a
one of the few who braved the dance floor and she did a "hotcha
Block & Brick 'Tile BathroomOwn .
ChaChaThe other highlight the white Carmen Jones creation free ham or turker.FOR
which was fit-ting! belonged to Mrs. Bill Maule. AS LOW AS .
The Jacksonville Urban'League is in the midst of Us fundraising
drive. For the League this Is "sink or swim". The help of Your Own Dream House Payments
every Jaxon Is needed. Don't wait on someone to call on you. Call- Actually Less Than You Pay in Rent
the Urban League and send them your check or pledge today. 95
The books are open,for registration. There is no admission. It :
is your patriotic duty and civic obligation to vote. Take care of the FEATURES, .s1L
preliminaries and register today. All of you'who read of the newest -
Lake County scandal can rest assured that your ballot is the only 1. Sanitary Sewage System
protection we have against similar "incidents". e safe, be sure, by 2. County Approved Paved Roads AND YOUR
registering and voting. 3. Close To Schools OLD STOYE
Friends of Tiplight" Durham will be glad to know that he isup 4. :School and City'Buses LIMITED SUPPLY-ACT NOW
and about ,He pulling- a sort of Sammie Davis, but he is still :
5. Carports with Concrete
up. On the corner of Twentieth and Myrtle hardly had the echoes Driveways
5 of Cleophus Howell's wedding bells died but than someone begun '6. Ample Kitchen Cabinets and .
5 to sing "here comes DarnelL" Wonder what they meant? Closet! Space. .
_
Saw Joe Rozier for the first in a long time. Told us that he
had wrecked his car. Ted Jennings also had a slight accident He Only a Limited Number Left CaIIELG-2493 DUVAL
came out unscratched: from a tangle with a semi-trailer. Lucky boy.

Curtis Adkins is being seen more and more on the scene. He COME OUT NOW TO BY II AND YOU'LL BE ,
,looks odd without Inez Pittman. At one time the two were like the
proverbial "peas in a pod". Magnolia Improvement Corp. COOKING BY 7. APPLIANCE'Comer :
'. Time tov go BOW. For those of you who are driving to MiamL
Take your time so that you can come back pd'teU us about the of State and Pearl
f.. game. We're taking a trip to view the Army-Navy clash via T. V. 2479 West Edgewood Phone, PO 5-2614 '. COMPANYJ

Bye now.


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