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Title:
Florida star
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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:
September 28, 1957
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Frequency:
weekly
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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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:
September 28, 1957
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:
UF00028362:00342

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I I.J;: IN LITTLE, ROCK. UNDER. GUARD LEAVES'WIFE TO DIE IN. ROOM _

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71i.i.. By Staff Correspondent A 46-year-old. man Is being held in Duval County Jail in con. .

I,A i LITTLE ROCK, Ark. School integration was wen' underway nection with the axe slaying of a 75-year-old man in a double .mb

in Little Rock this weekend under the watchful eyes of federal murder attempt .. ,
p, troops, as the world watches a significant turn of events in these One victim was found"dead last t ;
h Fr f United States. Saturday in a chair near the foot Wilson :later told James Anderson Mz

- 'Armed soldiers 1000 tough of his bed with his skull crushed.A and .James Baker that he
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One killed this wife Ruthie Mae and ;. ;. w.. ..
who
man, grappled a
killer's
GIs of the 101st Airborne Division" woman, the alleged
soldier to the ground, bashed Rowe with an, axe because he
I ordered into wife, was laying m beds apparently
had been
found, Ruthie Mae tit Rowe'sroom. ;Air: ,! .
over the head by another GF ?, 4.r
i dead, but was later found to
}l Ltttlo Rock in a momentous order gun ,butt and superficially bay. be alive.JametAnderyonWho. Wilson went to 1023 Gnnv. 1r -

\I Ij \ issued by President Eisenhower i onetted ia the chest. ,found the :that Street*and> told. Ms landlord .._VV.: ,., ..".< '.a A' t4
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( )ut Tuesday following an out-: ; .Another: raaa, present during bodies said, Arthur.'Wilson came I that he: .h& ,..JdJled" '* j?q Shti yw i: FCkQ>;Y.
""tjreaX6T violence when 9'NI cio 't&ls raidee,",bayoneted.J&fee ana,,_- & hou e' at'8 ,9Ke4" *i sd told down -to -a :lane .oit'Xings-:
.i students entered Little Hock's The .Uo.process is being him ha had toned..* two people The .tny atig.uon"was' 'don- .
t' .Central High School, received with mixed. reactions -}i with an axe. Anderson.went to ducted by,Patrolmen E. Jefferson, I I II Members of the Thberc Loots Vaught 1957 Christmas Seal Mr*. Beolah Hughes'Mn. 'J.' M-
; some hailing the det's\ tti 1112 Picket' Lane and there .he W. H.. Harris, Lt: W. L.. Bates, Mrs, Fannie Bradford+
J coy Orval 'Fanhud had called : S Committee of the TobereaWate chairman expressed hope that the Clayton, r
> ing out of troops asa I ts, .H! .TV Jones, Y. .w. New. .
necessary found the of ; Mrs. Ruth Mrs Mabel
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to body 75yearoldHenry Leapheart: :
out! :the "'-"ftftA1gaa: 'd prevent Association of Duval County campaign would be the most successful .
i some and Lt R. Whittington.
1'\1\ the Negro students trod move to uphold the law of the Rowe in a chair war the ... Stewart.
Entering
land while others branded the Wilson. was taken :into custodyand (shown above)' gathered recently ever conducted. The drive ,
if the school 1n''. peD,defiance of ft foot of his bed and Ruthie Mae Standing, left to right: Hrsw
move as infringement of states held for murder for their first fall ,meeting to begins November 15.
''t I federal court order "to adultNegro Jackson in the .bed with & very jon Alonzo Davis, Mr. J. J.; Nlronv
." students to the Little right. little sign of life. prepare for the coming Christmas Shown pictured .are, left to Mrs Annie Stafford, Mr. Jeep .
I. Rock school Police were called and.the coro WOMAN WITH CHAIR Seal campaign Mr. Arthur C. right, seated: Mrs Etta Wffiiraas, Word, Mr. Arthur C. Madry, Mm

t! The nine' students were integrated nersent;,the body to.the County Madry, newly elected chairman Mrs. Grace Exson, Mrs.. Leola Myra Lee Camper, Mr. Esau Bnt
FAKE BOY FRIEND HITS
::1 at, Central High amidst DOCTOR Morgue Dr; A. J: .Mltchum. and of the group and Mrs Gladys CL Powell, Mrs. Venetta dayton, ler, .)Ir. 'William Mathis.
'. A Jacksonville told -- --
angry protests from segregationists Dr. Carl Wells, County Medical woman
""j i that two of them were in- Examiner, examined the body. police she was attacked with a
1i 1 fed in scuffles with soldiers. FINED $200) 'When Ruthie Mao Jackson suddenly .. chair by her' boy friend last NEGRO LAWYERTO CITIZENS URGED TO PROTEST :

After school students were es. .L showed: .signs of life, she .
Saturday when._she refused to go
corted home without incident TDr. O. F. Howard, Spiritulist- was rushed to'.Juva1. Medical
I One white man was clouted revisor.." who was arrested Wednesday Center. off with him to ,get some more APPEAR IN. PASSAGE OF MOVIE CENSOR BILL

'w( on the head with a rifle butt, July 17, on a charge of Charged with, the crime was whisky, after he had been drink-
another was stabbed with a bayo. practicing medicine without a license Arthur James Wilson 46, 1023 Ing all morning.Bernice '
net, and the school building was pleaded guilty to a 'viola. Grunthal Street was held at the McKinzie, 32, 1190 CONTEMPT CASE l' See CCdltorlaI_ On Page 2))
emptied at one point for a half- lion of the state law governingthe scene by witnesses until, police said Two proposed ,movie censorship iDlHs have been scheduled for'
Logan, WalterBoosevelt.Xee.
t hour while soldiers searched for practice of osteopathy before arrived TALLAHASSEE The Su.. public hearing in the City Council on Tuesday night October IT.
of the address hit her.
a threatened bomb that never Judge A. Lloyd Layton in Criminal Annie Ruth Golden,'"27, 1020 36. same preme Court has set Oct. 8 for The proposal to bring movie '
materialized.The Court and was fined 200. Kings Road said she heard a commotion inflicting a laceration in top of oral auguments concerning a censorship to Jacksonville is 'being I. Exhibitors who violated 'a board
mixed student body, 'depopulated The charge was a reduction' in Rowe's house about her head'and contusions.over: her contempt of court case pending sponsored white citizens I mandate could be punished by a _
f. by boycott and fear, from the original information 6:15 a.m. while, she was getting against Daytona Beach.Negro at- ,by I fine, of .$500 or 30 days Imprisonlei

was ordered out of classrooms which had Howard charged with ready for work. She said she sawa face.She said she,will secure a war. torney Horace Hifl. County Judge groups who protested the showingof went, meted out by MunicipalCourt.
and study halls ,an hour before practicing medicine without a man she later identified as Ar. :J. M. Hearn of Live Oak has "Island In The Sun" and they I .
rant from the Justice of. the
hmch time by a loudspeaker announcement license A "home, remedy" whichan thur Randolph'Wilson in Rowe's ordered .Hilllll to appear 'to show aim to ban from public showing
of a "fire drill" inspector testified was a mixture house wielding what she took to Peace. cause why he should not be held movies of an Interracial nature

They poured out Into the sunsbine of gasoline, moth ban and be a big stick. She saw the man Investigating the case were in comtempt for keeping a $1.950 and other films which depict Ne- A2 i.
of the campus to sing theirdchooVsbngs salt was' the medicine Howard come out of the house, close' the I Patrolmen E. Jefferson and S. fee paid him to represent Negro groes in a favorable tight.

I and enjoy minutes. fixed up in soft drink bottles door and leave. Gaines. Kenneth McCoUum in ,a disputeover Liberal groups are urging Negro
ofretaxahn unaware and gave to patients. the estate of his father,
wholly Jaxons and civic minded dU
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1 that, *. .ratroopers, back in the Police officer Sidney Gaines, Sam McCoUum. zen. to register protests with
,! building, were searching ,every who was responsible for the capture Judge Heart awarded Kenneth their councilmen against passageof I
locker for a bomb. of "Dr." Howard, testified McCoUum a share of the estateae the bill which Is described as t 4

The :scare was brought on by that he went to Howard complaining the elder McCollum's' illegitimate the weapon of a ,small group of
i\n anonymous letter which said, of back pains at the request son and set Hill's fee at bigots seeking to force their will ; j R,.
in substance,. "You had better of the State Board of $J.,95o. The Supreme Court reverSed on the mass of citizens. 1/
look in the: lockers in, the high Health Inspector E. I. Coalson Judge Hearn and Hill Local leaders are urging citizens

.. schootJ-There. is a bomb hidden who had received complaints con.; was ordered to repay the fee to to be on hand for the Oct. 8
there." cemlng Howard, .:Q the estate which Hill failed to Council meeting to further register
: ""Daring class one, of the Negro Howard explained that the do. their protests. L y
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boy tvas sitting at a table all remedy had been in his family Attorney Hill has been representing No AuthorityOne

by h5inelf and a white boy went. "away back from my grand. Virgil Hawkins, Daytona biff would create a motion
L over and asked him if he wanted I mother. He explained that:. he Beach Negro, in his 8:-year fight picture review: board! with little : i ir4fD4al S

to sit'at the table with the white also grayed for the people that to obtain admission. the University authority in .It.elf. .It would be + f.4* et 4f
students. The colored boy looked came to him and ""didn't much of Elorida Law School.F authorized only To ask the chiefof x '
happy and came over." want to accept the money" for /., -iii police "to take- action. under

Ouside the school bands of the remedy but that itVa.! AM U CANCELS existing laws,. against any exhibitor
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him.. I of u to. be
segregationists gingerly tested pressed upon N.. CAROLINA GAME picturebelieved
the rugged paratroopers with A. Waldo Stockton, attorneyfor __ lewd, licentious 'lascivious or FOR POSTERITY Sheriff Al
taunts and threats. Howard, said his client had BECAUSE OF FLU tendingto corrupt the morals of ,
''' Cabin Is seen depositing a copy
Monday they were so violent broken the law but had done so 3 t9 vYivhia The Florida A & H Unhrer. juveniles.The .
of the STAB In the.
that the nine Negroes had to unwittingly. The remedy, meant city Attdetlc Department aa.mmaced fond bin would give the FLORIDA ;
be withdraWn from ,the school to be applied externally,. might that. the tilt between review board drasticr. power. 'The metal, container which was'sealed .
after .only.3 '1- -marls: have: :some' beaefidal effects ;*S [' A i24 ,winaer. of: a set.of Ooesptoa** Plctsre* 'A & M.aad ie North cStste'Badles.beeer & board coujd'order: scenes in.: any In the Cornerstone of the i Xew :

ut.W :r.,t13e 'fedlz a, e terirrltaat.sfock.Gl1 said ;'" '.from'Frutt et tile: Loom.socks .6i,.........-Se1t -....I osaeel. movie. deleted or,forbid''tbe, show. Doval' County JalU The 'dceremony : l t.

,_ .ie......ted....;. '.they. ....t :.j1"-. ,iekdhla: .,;ruk,0ecer ::;!SReeps4s"- mrthnrtfce+ + Broadway+ jjernrtnu-fit. ..fits'eatr .!lair_-...... .. Sei .*';*',. of a.Ita\o t. lag of:_a_, kture.I; :='.;;majority.of. took place,, 'on Friday { .
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: '::3... 48 '141t'rw27th '" *. the mes&e&. bed& it to be Sept. 13th,. 1:
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--bWisn esa. .By..... / >sE ; std;. rei; I ,Street_to'*eea." neeivlag:a set of:aeye r i;:fraarlfeaaaB Mws, bk.1e oUler'wu
..fs Street .hid doae attek E'on' iD'ckureh > -. '': cans 'of.the fmsaes obscene; 'd, licentious ;profaae The STAB among ttemsvi
read Ighttodersl ', 1. : .ert+dee work and. la helping to I :owaer' of fee Broadway TJ |mkmuiit Sfcw. Rgd CluTiiniMi, I, wertf 'lefoiUJ at F0UFAMU. -sad or truing to'idveraoly affect the' techyted, in the eatoahment! :.

.ta'Priafltt 1 : patca J3> 'faaSy proTt. I repregMfaHtro' the Chester XL Bo4a. -C* IMiilH. fin mi' 'rf "DIIHI peace heatth morals and. greed as1 symbol .of what; tie Wegro"to ;
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Jk MAIN OFFICE & PLANT' The ugliest spectacle the American people hay witnessed'In this ,

2S23 Moncrief :Road .....,_.......f. EL 4.87&tw: EL. 4- 783 ,century is, undoubtedly, the picture of U. S. ,troops with drawn
..423 Broad Street Phone v EL 48773a
Office -
Downtown Branch : ,
**.* = e y 1 tlt t3 bayonets escorting Negro children to school "shielding them from ;,
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4 ** "' q..r Muffing Address. :' x die-hard southerners who have resorted to mob violence In defiance .;. .

",/ J ..... P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville. 1, Florida of a United States Supreme Court ruling. ;,:;

-j 1 "f Eric O. Simpson ........,....J"J&V: .. ...........;v..Editor Until the end "i.,

1 .I, OSParfaam, Johnson..........*--.................-tNsvsStaff' '' --s. of time histori I Faubus*. election was made ,possible }.

e I :z Altamae- 4. Richardson .*........:...;............drcetotloa .Dept J4J ?_ ans will argue through. a heavy Negro.*vote:-

g the 'pointwhether of which according to reports was. ,c.
.' Member of Associated Negro PressSUBSCRIPTION Fresh L ..

..' .. SATES i bought and paid for.
; dent Eisenhowerallowed : _
,'_.: ;ODe Year, fS. O. Half Year,,.ft.OO; Three Months; ;1'SB. the matter The current upheave should

Hailed To Yon, An)"Wh ere In The United States,o. s to drive' home two points to Ne- ,
too far
'.4 Subscriptions Payable In Advance.:'.Send Checks or Mosey Orders To go the Negro vote and second the '
before
callingout
FLORIDA _STAR-P.. O. BOX ,JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA -, i.Ji folly in selling on '8 vote.
troops or NAACP REQUESTS AUDIENCE ..",

: NO 'MR. DWORDS ''ARE ,NEEDED.. : iL T 7 rj whether should Gov.have*F called 'au.he, WITH The National PRESIDENT. .!f

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bus* :hand at the

I + TO CENSOR MOVIES IN JAX l ,. { .t\ ...... time. he gave an SIMPSON dent pie has Eisenhower again called- :

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There' is a small group of, self-righteous people at work In ._ \ 13 "'- ..- \ ;, obeythe court's ruling to integrate secutlon of "Negro :

Jacksonville attempting to Impose a movie censorship which would '" ..' Central High School in certain areas of the i
dictate what movies the people of this city win see. Arkansas. summer White House ,

The proposal to set up movie censorship in Jacksonville is .. .. rO In a telegram
simply ridiculous. We can find no reason why movie censorship J There is one satisfying aspect Sept. 18 to the

should be imposed at this time, for we have found no instances about the whole Incident It is R. I., Roy Wilkins,

where lewd or objectionable movies have been presented in any of > << <: that President Ike has taken a cutive secretary,

the movie houses white or colored in Jacksonville in the last .c- tegrate schools, but rather to requests for such

ten. years. : firm stand. not necessarily to in. between the nation's
This move to censor the dty'a; movie fare Is plainly the act of ./ cutive and -the
.. enforce the law of the land.
a handful of misguided, frustrated bigots who want to be In a : organizations.
4 position to be able to ban from the local theatre screens any movie : H J
i t with an interracial theme, any movie that points to democracy and By the same token, there is an : ing with the Presid

l equality, any movie that 'portrays the Negro as equal to other men NO LEGISLATION OF MORALS INVOLVED, MR. PRESIDENT. has been brought out that Gov. the Emmett Till

I E!' or any movie that does not conform to their ,ante bellum way of JUST PLAIN REBELLION! other outrages in :

\ thinking or their beliefs .In white snp temacy. These groups are benton SAGITTARIUSBorn 1955. The request
banning from Jacksonville movies like "Island In The Sun", I last
\ understandings that could culminate Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st year with the
"Bad Of Angels", "Edge of The 'at)" and other modem films hostilities in
in a union or partnership. The 23rd gives a special significance .
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featuring Negro actors WoiidyHoroscope ssee.
Your
to the harbor
This group is attempting to set up an iron curtain against 2-30-66-29-65-236. hopes you "Events of the
and that fulfillment is in
'implies
liberal ideas against twentieth century thought and modern weeks," Mr.
concept of democracy -. .. and they must not be allowed to getaway Guide- VIRGO the offing. Naturally,. you will President in his
have to do part by gather.
with it. Movie is the first to denying the your
I censorship step Born Aug. 4th'thru Sept. 23rd "have shamed all
freedom of the press, and it is the step that eventually leads to WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR The 23rd points to succesS in ing valuable friends. Knowledge love their country
and inspiration in whatever formit
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dictatorship. I Ir BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL financial matters' and the :28th liated the United
Happily, Mayor Burns has announced that he will vote the discloses that good deals of the appears. the family of
bilTJif it reaches his desk, but freedom loving people should protest By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES past and unexpected developments 1-10-:11-13-12;=123.: in the NAACP in

'to Itheir councilmen now to Junk this dangerous peice of legislation will play a hand in pro- the countryy leaders."V

and be on hand in City Council meeting on the. night of October 8 moting good fortune for those CAPRICORNBorn degrading spectacles
to see that the bill is defeated.We This ,is an' deal time to give who have earned it.' Dec 22nd thru Jan. 19th embittered 16.000,000

need no bigots like Memphis' infamous Sir. Bimford to Barn Alar. 21st thru Apr. 19th I substance to previous understand. 6-70--88 69-87-678. The 23rd will reward those who ricans, many of

dictate our movie fare for us in Jacksonville. 23rd.emphasizes the valueof ings in connection with personaland have been patient up to now by driven to the

i friendly xnartal, business and public alliances. The unusual LIBRA facilitating their climb up the ladder they may expect

public relations in the successful ideas that are backed by feeling of achievement. The 28th their "
NEGRO CITIZENS COMPLAIN Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rdIt f grievances
pursuit of your present and future and enthusiasm' makes it possible for those who
should not be is up to each person to set and no succor from
objectives. An' unusual or allowed to remain dormant while have, large expansion projects in
the wheels in motion by makingthe The NAACP .
OF TREATMENT AT CITY ZOO' newfound friendship could make you' are being favored' by such most :of his or her talents, mind to look for and obtain the I the President that
life and necessary capitalization.
your more interesting beneficent and compelling forces. attributes and abilities. The 28th ed audiences to

broadening. 4-20-S3 19-31-421. suggests that unexpected friends 7-60-44-59-43-763.( the resistance '
J ; 980557953953.TAURUS .
In recent months there has been an increasing number of complaints will be won and that your hopes South but had not
AQUARIUS
'i about the treatment being accorded colored citizens visitingthe CANCER should be realized far beyond spokesman for

I Public Zoo which is under the- 'directorship of Commissioner. Born June 22nd thru July 22nd when you lead.', 't Born Jan 20th thru Feb. 18th portunity to be ,.

't: t Dallas' Thomas. ioI. Born Apr:'20th' thru'May 20th The _23rd! '' indicates that the' 8-60( -.44-59-- 3864.SCORPIO The doubts that you entertained These' citizens,

'fc1I'r;,,I t 'If?;is due feeling, however, that Commissioner Thomas and the Do':all you can. to bring your time to bring your ideas' to the :about how you would kd about not relish! the :

t : Mayor'of' the City of Jacksonville. are, not aware of the, kind ,of labors, to successful., conclusion, I active :stage is. at hand. ;It shouldbe making your dreams come true ment. of their d :

ofj treatment law enforcement officers are: according Negro, visitors to and you will thus set other forcesto profitable in more ways than Born Oct. 24th thru Nov. 22nd should be quickly dispelled.' The while' they _sit: in

i"; th 'r.Zoo' i but the -fact 'remaIns that' our people are being work in your behalf, This is a one to complete domestic' build Do something about your 'private 23rd reveals a'much brighter out We. believe you will

i":4\ humiliated, and insulted In mazy. ways by law 'enforcement, men wonderful period to improve work ing and economic projects I concerns or the )limiting factors look for longrangeprbjects, extensive they deserve; to be :
stationed at the Zoo. ; promptly. travel and broadening in. an adequate cross
I and, home conditions in your existence as you may
t
and set '
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t A number of"'citizens' have complained thai :on 'occasions' when .. ,to 5= 50-39-48-98--558.. 'now have what call Divine fluences in general. their representatives.
the i..stage for economic independence. I' 'many 9-60, il_.58-41-:961./, "
they parked their cars In' the vlcln1ty'of the Zoo, they have'been '.- r ) rI' protection. The 28th gives; 'further a F. A :i" ik _5 v .In. addition! to
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move 'for reason other'than that the officer I evidence of wonderful opportunities ." \ to the President for
I t was endeavoring to' segregate' parking facilities.There 7-. 90-77-89-76-779..GEMINI .. I' Born JulY 23rd thru Aug. 23rd- I in the making through PISCES Wilkins., together '

:I ; have been complaints from citizens that officers' have c Ii ... ; The 28th opens the doors of confidential connections or,monetary Born Feb. 19th thru"" March 20th Robinson, conferred

been restricting their freedom movement ,and blocking their at- f. : : ,, I romance, ,creative accomplish. I arrangements. The 23rd is the final signal for 11 with Vice

) tempts to' make use of many'of the facilities a.t the city zoo Born 'May '21st thru June 21st .meats .and, the reaching broad I I 3 40- 33---39--31-341. you, to jump into the stream of and enlisted his as

.We,.do not .know lon't whose. direction' these officers at the Zoo I ,activity and td start amassing an forts to set up a
are denying Negro citizens the privileges" that, a tax-supported Institution the resources that your skills can the President and a "

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1 Haydon Burns to investigate and rectify the rank discrimination the services you have to offer. Star Advertisers

and'.w..treatment of Negro visitors to the City 'Zoo.' I 4-30-55-=29-53 435.:
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A "Friend's Tea" is being given Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Williams,

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for the benefit of Central CME left the city Friday for .New
BY HAITI STEWART
Church and will take place Sun. York to attend, the World Seriesin
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day at the home of Mrs MyrticeJ .Yankee Stadium. !
NOW THAT OCTOBER is arrIrlD and relief of ,September's I I.Mr.
Bradley, 1109 Davis SU- from Williams Is' member of
f Intense heat bIn sight, thoughts of social gatherings and bridge a
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i 4to6p.m. Ebenezer Methodist Church, a
J meetings are becoming uppermost in our minds--speaking of'bridge, '
S 5 Speaker for the occasion will member of the trustee board'and
those of yoU: who are interested in learning the finer points of the affiliatd with Huff Funeral'Homa I 1
be Lemuel W. Webb and servingas ,
game win be delighted to hear of a new bridge class to begin soon 5. P4 : and a member of the Fla;.Jax \.?
Mistress of Ceremonies will be !
ife at the' YWCA, taught by Sirs.. Venorian ScheH. who has proven Club -"

: herself to be a very capable instructor. There are other marvelous Mrs.-: Lois Cain., He hasn't missed a World f .;

Series since ,
1942.
opportunities for our women of Jacksonville to improve their figuresas .
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fe well as their minds through courses being offered at the T. L. I i
Mr. Frank Smith well-known
The Charm and Slimnastlcs course, for example, is wonderful for VISITS AFROThe bachelor and businessman of this \

% that never-ending "battle of bulges" which we girls are constantlyIfighting city, is planning a vacation., to r

and as you all know, this Is the time, of year when wet East and West Divisions of Bermuda next month. '
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are acutely conscious of i the latest stunning fall fashions, and how >..":v.., ..;. the North Florida Council locatedIn

i1 we look in them. The. Adult Dancing Class which. includes an cur. : :: i:".' Aj this area were visited by A. J.

rent:. ballroom dancing sounds like fun also(so c take advantage of Taylor Assistant Deputy Com- EUREKA-LAVILLA I II

these coarse now. missioner for Interracial: Affairs, I TENNIS CLUB ELECTS }'
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LADIES INTERESTED in golfing should know of the tournament '.;.;. i/ 4p k#: ____ America upon his annual tour of -
Scouting facilities for. Negro i
scheduled Sunday and open to all golfers, amateur and pro. .. ... .. ..-.i Youth in.the Jacksonville area. The Eureka-Lavilla Tennis Club I;

fessional. The Ladies of the Links have a special invitation to He will be remembered by has elected officers at a meetingheld

participate. This activity should do much toward stimulating local : many local citizens as the scout recently in the home of MissA.

& golfers' interest and has been executive sent here upon requestby M. Jones.They _
designed to do so. Mr. J. E. Hutchins, 1" r ,

Manager of the Lincoln Golf Course announced that the Sunday local citizens during the years are: Miss A. M. Jones
1929 and 1930 to establish Scout- vice president; Henry Daniels,
Tournament will be the first in a series of activities scheduled for
Na r for in this vicin- secretary and Manton Maple
the fall ing Negro boys
golf season. The course is reported to be in good condition v
so to it golfers. ity. He was instrumental in helping referee. Other officers reelectedwere
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.. ,4 to set up the first outdoor Frank B. Priestly, president

camp for our boys on the groundsof Mrs. Emma Lou Monroe financial ,
TIlE LOCAL SOCIAL CLUBS are reorganizing and beginning Charlie treasurer
t the Lincoln Golf and Country secretary; Walker

their fall activities, notably, "The Cotillions" well known group of Club and served as one of the ; E. N. Reed, Sr., business

Y prominent school teachers who are holding their second meeting, of counselors.At manager and. Rickey Jordan

the season Saturday Oct. 5>> at the home of Airs. EvIe Alexander. an affair held in the Afro- chaplain.The .

American's auditorium in his club has planned to undertake' -
THE "LES TEES AMIS" are holding a meeting tentatively stated that he 4'
vp Y 6r honor Mr. Taylor two new projects which include t
,scheduled at the home of Mrs. Venorian Schell next week. was pleased by the advances of increasing the tennis court

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY started their Fall Program Scouting among boys and men of permit with the Jacksonville Rec

Tuesday nite with their opening meeting 'held at the E1orado ClubThe color and complimented the entire reation Department. Rufus Fletcher

year's activities ware outlined and they look forward to a full i K? vF o ;-; wv; roiwa yr cw.vw b.sw X. F r i iti community upon the high will serve as chairman of
caliber of leadership found among this project.The .
and busy schedule for the entire
season. wtILR
the volunteer adults. He spoke other project is to have a
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S. __ well of and commended the citizenry playing member teach a new

All of Jacksonville is "oohlng" and "aahing" about the new upon their achievements in member. The new members are t

homes currently going up. Matthew and Emma Lee George havea building a camping facility at to compete in a tournament by

gorgeous ranch-style home being erected on Illinois St. Mrs. Camp Coacoochee. He challenged the first of November.The .

George prominent young matron of the city, is Dean of Girls at __ the adult leaders not to sit backon social committee plans to

James Weldon Johnson Junior High Would also like to mentionMr. __ __ won laurels, but to push the have monthly parties which will

: Joe McCone, whose new home is located on .Lypia Rd., In r program ever forward until begin in October.
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Magnolia Gardens. Congratulations to those who can realize. life- "Every Negro boy in the North
[ Florida Council is given the opportunity New members will be acceptedOct.
long dream in building a new home of their very own.S. -
to open the door to use. 2 at 8 p. m. at Wilder Cen-
Members of the Gladiola Ladles Club who recentlyheld their annual Tea at. the Wilder Recreation "
ful citizenship through Scouting. ter.
Mrs. Lenora Davis returned to the city recently from Los : Center are shown I nthe following photos. Top photo, from: left to right are: Sirs. Tillie

Angeles, California where she was' the house guest of Mrs. Lillian Williams, Blrs. Eva Morris, Mrs. Nettle Young,Mrs.NeIlie Groom, Mrs. Cora Lewis (President), Mrs. STRAND '2 TOP HUTS 1ST RUN_ SUN.TUES.
Hunter Tisdale and Mrs Ruth McGhee. Mrs. Davis attended the -
Henrietta Williams, Sirs. J. L. Dixon, Mrs EffieDawson and Mrs. Ivy Lee Green. SEPT. 29OCT. 1
National Baptist Convention while in California. Before returningto
Bottom photo facing each other from left to Mrs. Nettie a prominent memberof viAessti > !
this city, she visited in Chicago, HI., and Atlanta Ga. right are: Young rue .vtvitf uvitvrtPpJACK .

S. the. club, and Mrs. Cora Lewis (president). THE ; ..... .:: I.ROOSEVELT
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Isadore Singleton, also has been giving glowing accounts of her Wedding BellsWillie PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR LONELY : H' """,.;...,. APACHE WELLS"
recent vacation to the Windy City, Detroit and other points. She .. ADVERTISERS MANI' : :"- :'" Pius -

visited with former Jacksonville citizens who migrated North in Jerry Gay, 1238 Uth St., .i GINGER ROGERS .
recent years. Among them, Mrs. Louise Singletary whom f I EDWARD G. ROBINSON
many i
age 24 and Marian_ Doby, 3834 .riding lone '
of us remember was a well-known school teacher in Duval County Now RITZ THEATRE All First Run toward a date. .J 1 "TIGHT SPOT"

'and is now ia the public school system Chicago and doing quite Moncrief Road, age 19. Was Robinson Robbed? See What You Think with fate hi i
well Also Frances Wallace beautiful model of Jacksonville Albert Collins, 842 W. 31st St., a tank town I i 5i

Miami area, now married to a Dr. Lynton and residing in Chicago.S. age 43"and Mercedes Kelly, 1103 ION SEE IT NOW ON FILM! B.: ,.: SKYVIEWSUN..TUES.

Steele Court, age 35. BETTER THAN RINGSIDE! mmAWTHDNT "" 1ILANDOLPII
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Mrs: Theresa Mackey deserves attention from all interested in Leroy Stephens, 330 Laura St., .,,;;' ...: ..', SCOTT
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talented local artists striving for recognition She is the sultry : .:''i .<" +. j:
age 21 and Shirley Ann Harvey, FEBKDGREVllEBIiAiWllDinOK. > :. ';': "7 MEN FROM NOW"Plus
voice behind the commercials \Huisfi :
heard
being on Radio Station WRHC. 730 W. 17th St., age '16.

Her most recent achievement is a date to appear .as song stylist Chas. James Morris, 1466 Flor- SCOW : SUSPENSE HIT
with Alex McBride and his Rhythm Blenders at a Jacksonville rouse ElAINE AIXDI"..iwd "JULIE"Barry
ida Ave. 49 and Sarae Mae
age vs. CARMEN
Beach Club. Good luck Theresa lip" Mbl biI.bit. t tIIIJ
we hope reach the
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you heights Sullivan & Doris Day
Clemons, 112 Mat St., age 49. &=III."UII". ;
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Roy Davis Carter 1315 Spear. BASING ATTRACTION"
SUN-SAT. Sept. 29Oct. 5 ADDED
ing St., age 22 and Arline Hen WED. thru SAT.

derson, 819 Market St., age 22. MIDNITE SHOW BASILIO ROBINSON

Marion C. Crawford. 1521 Kings Also Dane Clark In .. SAT., OCT. 6th FIGHT FILMS
Road,. age 25' and Jessie M. Den. ."OUTLAW'S.'SON" & "SHADOW OF FEAR" DOUBLE CHILL BILL!

ton. 1603 Lee St.. age 25. "CYCLOPS" and -:. COMING TO STRAND .:-

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.... 'Daughter, of Dr. Jekyll 6 "NAKED IN SUN"

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i .hYouthDay To _. Be Held At Grant Memorial AME 'I



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ANNIVERSARY PLANNED l v' d cif Memorial AME Church will be observing Youth Day ...

: Sunday Sept. 29. The Church Is located .at Clay and Orange Sts. '

I The Junior Church Department, will have complete charge throughI I,
..The Male Chorus of Abyssinia A "Million Dollar" fall fashion out the day. f

I Baptist Church will celebrate its show is to be presented Oct. 25 Theme for: the day is "Youthin

1 4 .fifth anniversary Monday night, in the auditorium New Stanton Action." Serving as guest AME Church.

October 7, at 8 o'clock, in the High School by MUtos Hood, superintendent during the Sunday
.1 At 6:30 p. m., "Youth on Pa.rade" .
+ -hnrch auditorium, corner of local baritone soloist. School hour will be Miss Bertha
{ will be presented and In-
J "West Union and Dewitt Streets. Church will Denefield. School teachers
'f Day Spring Baptist Sunday cluded on the program win be
,I Serving chairs for the occasion benefit by this affair which is are: Miss Miriam Burney, of local
some our youth posessing
j 1 I will be the Mount Ararat. Male !being held as part of Men's Day Miss Angie Gardner, Miss Serena outstanding talent. A few participants

'Chorus, under the direction of activities. :Mr. Hood' is one of the Joyner, Miss Iva Baker, Miss on this prograrA will be

Professor Arthur Goodwin; the II co-chairmen for observance.. :-1 Sandra Wilson Miss Yvonne Miss Agatha Roberts. pianist;
"Tabernacle Male Chorus, Mrs. Cameron. Miss Delores
Gardner
I Models from Stanford!, Orlando Miss Edith Quick, Leon Ivory,
Kartha Harper, directress and '
Miss Betty Jean Scott, Miss
Miami and this city will be seen vocalists; Miss Alfronla Chisolm,
tile little Rock Male Chorus 1 .
in.the latest fall fashions the Gwendolyn Clark Charles Warren dramatic
\'h"itikf ;it. \. Miss Geraldine Petty,
lOss Esther James, organist. I:sponsor has announced. ........ ::,: .. ; __ Michael Wilson, Robert Williams readers; Julian White, flutist;
Guest choruses are the Zion I I ...... M ) ts Reuben Padgett m, Cleveland Gaylarks and others.
C. Parham Johnson will introduce
I Hope Male Chorus Mrs Emma ; 7 Bush, Kelly Brown, Glen
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the promoter and the nar. > [ The Junior choir of the church
I Johnson, organist Saint Thomas Shehee Prince McIntosh, Raymond
; rator for the occasion. A valuable will serve during the morning
4 tad Mount Sinai male choruses and Robert Ross, Robert
; door prize will be awarded. ____ service, and' the Junior choir of
guest societies: .Pallbearers Society Tickets for the show be f j""c Warren, John Clark and others. New Bethel AME Church wU1sen.e
may church
IS, and the Jewel Social President of the Junior ,
purchased at the Hollywood Music for the evening service.
Club of which Mrs. Marie Jenkins Miss Clara Yvonne Walker, will
is ,president. i Stare 605 W. Ashley St.. Hoods rr preside at 10:45 a. m. The speak.

t Guest usher boards are usher ,Guest House; 836 W. Beaver St., ---.-. -- r __ ..-_ =..::;.: a.... er will be announced. Guest soloist LAYMEN OF EAST t
boards 1 and 2 of and Buster Ford's Confectionary,.East for the service will be Miss
Abyssinia .Union St. Willie Smith USHERS ANNIVERSARY bfEEIlN(1-. Thomas Baptist Church was the meeting place of the FLA. CONFERENCETO
.- 2 and 4 of the Mount Ararat Drug Betty McMillian of New Bethel
Baptist Ushers
Anniversary held recently. Those who attended
above
Store. 3rd and Florida Avenue .,_ are pictured : Seated, Mrs. M. B. HOLD MEETINGThe
f ; : Church. and Bubba's Coffee Shop West Breeden, Usher Board No. 2 of St. Paul 'AME; Mrs. L. Biblns, Usher Board No. 1 of St. Thomas;

Among others to appear are Ashley 'Street.ALTHEA Annie Mae Johnson, Usher Board No. 1' of Friendly Baptist Church airs.L.. C. Johnson Usher BISHOP GREENE

L Mrs Mildred McKnight, Miss Board No. 2 of Second Baptist; Sirs. K. Stakes Usher Board No. 2 of First Baptist; Standing, from CONDUCTS FIRST Laymen of the East FlorIda -

f 'Gloria Jean Brown, Miss Johnetta left: Mr. Randolph Johnson Usher Board No. 1 of Little Rock; L Fuller, Usher Board No. 1 of Conference will hold its final
Bush, the Rev. Orion Johnson. PARKERIN Little Rock; W. J. Simmons, Usher Board No. 1 of Little Rock; Lewis J. White Usher Board No. 1 .CONFERENCEMONTICELLO
.. Choir, No. 3 of St. Johns Baptist AUTUM RECITAL First Baptist; Robert Harley Usher Board No. 1 of Bit. Calvary. The first con. mass meeting for the conference

Church, the Bethany Baptist ference of the Northeast Florida year at Edward Waters College

J ,hale Chorus St. Paul AME Tabernacle Baptist Church is REVIVAL CONDUCTEDBY [WOMEN'S DAY SET ANNIVERSARY SET Bishop Conference S. will L. Greene be conducted Presiding by Sunday Sept. 29.

Y Male Chorus, and other groups The Committee in charge is
j presenting an Autumn Musical
from the Emanuel and Dayspring EVANG. LONG I AT CENTRAL CMEMrs. AT MT. SINAI prelate of the 11th Episcopal District
entertaining
planning an programfor
Oct. 20 at 8 p. m. Miss Althea AME Church. This meeting
Baptist Churches. the occasion. All Laymen of
< Parker Will be the featured solo. Mary E. Long state evangelist will be held Oct. 8 In AllenChapel
; :; The general public all choirs, Olivia Baldwin will be the the conference area will be represented .
ist. -
Usher Board .
of Florida, is now conducting a 4 of Mt. Sinai AME Church, High
.. choruses are cordially ,invited to morning speaker for Women's and will be participantsin
:Miss Parker will sing' some of two-week revival meeting at the : Baptist Church plans to celebrateits Springs? of which the Rev. H. L.
attend this anniversary event. the latest Day Program to be held at Central Smith is the program.
Church
-Miss Evelyn Johnson is spiritual and gospel of God Auditorium, Steele 10th anniversary Sept. 30 at pastor.
organ. selections. She will be accompanied and Blue Streets, which will continue CME Church Sunday, Oct. The presiding elders are the, All District presidents are re-
lst. Deacon A. K. Kelley, leader 8 p. m. in the auditorium of the
by Mrs. Maggie Cummingsat through Oct. 6. 13, at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Baldwin is Reverends S. E. Moses, W. P. quested to be prepared to make
fcev. B. L. Wynn. pastor church.A .
the piano and Mrs. Eartha J. Evangelist Long is a Foreign a member of Bethel Baptist Jenkins and H. W. Bowels. Other written and financial reports for

Harper at the console. Mission Worker and has Just re- Church and,.. principal of West program will be presentedas ministers of the district are the their districts.J. .

Serving as narrator for the turned from the foreign field. Jacksonville School. announced by Mrs. Julia Hous Reverends E. J. Evans, J. A. Wale L. Williams, conference

.' WALL ,PAPER occasion will be Mr. C. Parham Services begin nightly at: 7 p. Mrs. O. L. Bradley will serveas ton, program committee chair. ker, W. M. Burke. F. H. Connor president; Mrs. Ruth Watson,

AT BARGIN PRICES Johnson Hostesses for the occasion m. guest superintendent. The man. and John H. Groover. conference secretary.

Also PAINT are Mrs Hattie M. Devoux, Youth Program will be headed ----- --

METROPOLITANPAPER Mrs. Mildred Davis, Mrs. Eula CHOIRS UNION by Mrs. Juanita Wyatt and Mrs. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE .

Mayes, btr; Helen McRoy, Mrs. RENDERS Alac1a-Baety. ..
s STORE Lydia Collins,) Mrs. Arrie Lee PROGRAMThe A musical program will be NO FINANCE CHARGES! NO CARRYING CHARGES!

Phone El 3-0628 .Upton, Mrs. Jean Costello and presented at 7 o'clock. In chargef '
City.Wide Choirs Union NO INTEREST! .
11West Church St. Miss Marion Hickson. the program: will be Mrs. Etta
will render a benefit '
t The Church building drive will be held programto *i Brooks Mrs. Myrtice Brad. THAT'S HOW I SELL CARS BUY FROM. ME AND -
Sunday
Sept. 29 a4 ,
1 benefit by this. activity. 1 Mrs. Clementine Brown. -
3 o'clock in behalf
of Choir 2 of -'
1V 1 Union Community AME Church. PAY ONLY $45 Down

: HELP WANTED FOR DRIVER'S Mrs. J. A. Watson is acting president
AMsUAL WOMEN'SDAY
I AND PAY ONLY $5.00 A WEEK
,LICENSESOr
Choirs appearing in program SET ATCAMPBELL ,.
FEMALE Learning To Drive
( L will be Choir 3 of Mt. Olive CHAPEL IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON THE FOLLOWING CARS .
I AJAX DRIVING ,SCHOOL Primitive Baptist Church; Choir ,

i NEW YORK EI 4-0639 1134 W.-Sth St. 1 of Midway AME; West Friendship NO FINANCE 'COMANY TO DEAL WITH
J BALDWIN Annual Women'sDay
Baptist 1; Union Community
i : COOKS: MAIDSalso Geo. L. Perpena, Dir. will be observes at Campbell
AME 1; Everson Street Baptist 1; 52 STUDE., Sd ....... 51 OLD'S "88" ......
Chapel AME Church of which
Allen Chapel AME 1; First Cor. 51 STUDE., Sd. .... MERCURY, Sd. ..

HOUSEWORKERSNeeded H. C. DONALDSays inth Baptist 1, and other groups. 20 Rev.is S.date E. set Felder for is pastor. Oct.The 50 FORD, Td. ....... $4'5 00 52 DODGE, Sd ...... $95 00

Now Is The Time Mrs. Juanita Greene, president.Rev. program. 49 PONTIAO Td. '..:. 51 KAISER Sd. ..... B
( women of the church
at will have
once for steady To Buy A '57 Pontiac T. E. Shehee, pastor. 51 3IERCURY ....... 51 FORD, Td. ......
I positions with good private We're Dealing Now charge of services throughout the 52 OLD'S, Td. ....... DOWN 50 FORD. Sd. ...... DOWN
families. Age limit 21 to 45. day bars Dora Dennis is chairman
: You will live in on the premises For 44 Models In TheLow ANNUAL MEN'S DAY and Mrs. James Chatman,

with your own room, Price Field AT ZION HOPEZion co-chairman the. Women's Day
MR. HARRY'S AUTO SALESOpen
meals and all privileges. The Demonstrations Sundaysor activities.
salaries Weekdays Hope Baptist Church has
are very high accord. Daily 9 AJI. to 9 P.M.\ Sundays 9 AJtt. to 6 PJH.
tag to your experience. Up to When Buying A PontiacBe completed plans for their. Annual 1 -

..' $%00 per month., Sure To Ask For Men's Day to be held Oct. 20 TRIO TO SING ...

:I win supply bus transporta- H. C. Donald throughout the day.

.: GOD from your city to New BILL SMITH Deacon Ned Fowler is servingas AT_ MUSICAL r TEA

R_ York and guarantee a good PONTIAC chairman for the day's activi Fruit of the Loom Socks
ties. He will be assisted Deacon The Grant Memorial Trio will
tot job. Write at once to Mr. 2118 Kings Ave. EX 8-9711 by
; ;Brown, p. O. Box 323 Lake. Res. EL &2028H. Eddie Taylor who is servingas I be presented in a musical tea by .
Choir,,No..3 of St. John Baptist
..land...., Fla. Phone MU 94964. C. DonaldARTHRITIS co-chairman.
..":...' ... The Rev. E.: R: Simpson is pastor Church.. This event will take place For Men, Women Boys Girls and Infants
of Zion Hope. at the church Sunday, Sept. 29th
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,Many talented artists of the 4to6p. m.

I 11 r I city and various churches will appear This trio has appeared. in many ARGYLES Boys Fancy S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOCKS

on the program. An all male churches of the city and are FANCY STRIPES ,

RHEUMATISM NEURITIS SCIATICA chorus will furnish music for widely known in this area. For Men & ARYGLE TYPESizes For Men Large Assortment

the services. Mrs." Juanita Alexander will Size 10 to IS 6 to 10 1.2 of Patterns. '
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Gland Treatment For Prostrate
New Prostrate serve .-as.,: narrator for the occa LEAGUE69c 4 Pair for $1.00 Light and Dark Shades

I' Sufferers Hemorrhoids (Piles) Safe Approved WOMENS DAY sion. IVY Sizes 10 to 14 :

AT CENTRAL CME Rev. A. J. Hughes Is' pastorand ea. BOBBY SOCKSWhite
Non-Surgical Treatments Stomach and Colony
a Mrs. Ruth Smith is acting 59c

; Disorders Yelding to New Treatment. Central CME plans to observe president.!; Sizes swu
Women's Day at the Church Oct. Boys
u:'. If you suffer the aches, pains and discomforts of any of the 13 throughout the day. Mrs. Essie CHRISTMAS SAVING 39c to 79c Girls

following conditions CONSULT THE CONIC TODAY! Mae Tucker is acting chairmanand I NYLON STRETCHSolids NYLON S-T-R-E-T-C-H

: Aathritis, Neuritis, Sciatica, Articular Rheumatism Lumbago Mrs Daisy Wallace, co-chair CLUB MEETING HELD Girls
Fancies
: Gout, Stomach disorders Systemic Acidity Prostate Disease man. I MADISON The Christmas and SOLID COLORS Solids and Fancies

a (Elementary State) Endocrine Imbalance.' Ductless Gland Dis- Services will begin with the :Saving ,Club held a ,meeting in Sizes 6 1to 10 1-2 'In White and Pastels Sizes G 1-2 to, 8 1-2

orders, Malfunction of- Thyroid Gland Diabetes (Functional Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. with 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer 39c & 49c Or Fancy Tops 39c & 49cInfants

: Causes) Bladder Disorders (Elementary State), Kidney Diseases, Mrs. O. I* Bradham as guest : McGee. Mrs. C. McKinney Sizes 4 to 11

: Nervous Disorders, Enervation, High Blood. Pressure Gall Bted.er superintendent. who is acting president conductedthe 4 Pair for $1.00BERMUDAS .

Disorders Rectal: Disorders, Colon Disorders Prolapus of Colon Mrs. Olivia: Baldwin will be the meeting. Ladies

: Systemic Toxemia General Debility: Migraine Headaches, guest speaker at the 11:00 o'clock The Hostess' gift was presentedto NYLON S-T-R-E-T-C-H NYLON S-T-R-E-T.C-H

r: Constipation Colitis Liver, Trouble, Jaoadlce, Sinus Trouble, service. Mrs. :Ruth Moore* Present at
Insomnia, Obesity Malnutrition, Anemia, Vitamin Defideaces... Colors Solids and Fancies
4 Solid
k! the meeting were: Mrs. Vivian In Solids or Plaids

.- REV. W. WHITEHEAD James Mrs. Ida McDanfcfc, Mrs. -::"- Sizes.8 1-2,:to 11 S1zesSUto5U
.Il e Finley Clinic makes available d1eir treatment 79c to $1.50
Mamie
Christine McKInney, Mrs..
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i JJ;.. colored patients. Hours Jb appoatmeftt ,ealy .. TO, SPEAKThe 'f 39c
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; ,. Curry,. Mrs :Rachel Benjamin! Y: 4Icz .

J& ; 'I. Mrs. Thelxna .... ..- .
: THE.FINDLEY CLINIC Rev. W. M. Whitehead of. Mrs. Janie Bellamy y f. C'::
y Hester and"Mrs. Nettie B. Cascn.AAfetantsito .
Savannah', Ga will deliver the ; :
... ; T EL I-4IK the' hostess hereMr'
FIB
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y located, on Riverside: Avefeaa, Xow'teeafed. fa o-sew CortouT'Bttptlst' (lurch' at 7.91, 'C. McKinney, Mrs. L KcDanieJs 46018BROADWAY 119Broad

t A, ldffig. p. m. The Rev. Whitehead is weB.: and Mrs. T. Hester. The

-Successfully treating,caroate diseases. fer over .'a Y N' known lit this city and everyone Club ,wffl meet Oct. 25 In the El Street
i. -.... is, Invited to attend the service home 'Of Mrs. C. McKinney on
_.CONSULT DB FII:: iLEY.TODAY ABOtJT,:TfiHJB ... o.
; this, of, God. West Macon Street. .., ..... ,
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I 1ARGEtiiR'?{ IJ I COMMON.LAW"MATE DRIVER: KNIFED:BY.r'r. ',YWCA; PROGRAM. ." YWCA.YOUNG ADULT .

PLANNED' PROGRAM BEGINSThe
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An, argument between a young ,
REGISTER FOR Mrs. Julia Wallace was elected Young Adult Departmentof *
tab driver and his common-law
the YWCA. has announced its
chairman of the Advisers' Council 4Ya.3'. *
1 rife ended in a near tragic knife { Fall .Class, Schedule and all interested .
of the A. L. Lewis Branch,
BOXING DRILLS \7e'JdinfcfJowing: dance last are urged to register *
I, YWCA, in the first monthly
I week.Frsd. *> <, early as there will be limited Ie
I :meeting of the .Fall term. Mrs. yTj. space ,available
""\ Rawlings. 25 of 1478. W. t *.
A total of seventeen boys reported I 22'd Street reported to police I Wallace served as Adviser for i! kv.3.y Classes begin Sept. 30 and extend 1.

,i :tor training at the beginning1' I Chat,his common-law wife became five years and, acted as secretaryfor n R :through Nov. 8. These classes *

.. J of the training sessions atV I angry with him at the dance last on" term.Clubs < 4 include Charm and Sllmnastics .*
I Thursday night. He said his mate, courses which will help you
the Wilder Athlell. Club under in the elementary schools El -
I Casde Watts, 25, also of 1478 W. -4u.y. choose the correct dress take
; direction of Julius Guinyard.- i 22nd Street refused to ride with by recommendation from the __ l proper care of hair, skin and

I A newcomer to the club Is him in .the cab he drives. She Teen Age Program Committee, figure, Bridge classes will be in. :

Clarence Calloway, Calloway won ,went home by other means of will be referred to as Blue Triangle :: :- eluded also with lectures and IWato

the Sixth Naval District title. All transportation. Clubs. Girls of clubs in supervised play.

Pacific' Fleet: championship and i Rawlings ,said when he arrived the junior and senior high school Tennis:classes will be held with

:' -. was run.c-u:, In the All-Eastern'I home at 4 a.m., she was not division will continue to be called fundamentals taught through

; tournament. Galloway will box in I thereHe' went to the cab station Y-Teens. The program emphasis demonstration and play and an :

the 139 class *? check off. On his arrival home will be geared to meet the needsof opportunity to learn ballroom
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Other reporting for practice I cfter checking off about 6:30 girls on both the elementaryand '; : :4i ,..; dances. should prove entertaining

t are: Joe Smith, Edward Phillips, ajn., he said the young woman high school levels. and informative.

+ Richard Wallace Willie C. Lewis attacked him with a knife. Be Others elected to serve in the \i The 'Children's Dancing Classes A Up *f ae Ptpd cap to

Melvin Mangrum: Clarence Johnson did not want her put in jaiL Advisers Council are: Mrs. Mildred have begun, however parents who '* these otttaadlnc. who make yuAmericam. eu<

A:.-:::::r nicy, Johnny Thom Patrolmen W. H. Harris .and Chester, vice chairman; :Mrs. wish. register their children can eeoatry see ear community;

as, Kcm:'. t T/illlims, Earl Burroughs =. J. Jffc:'sin 1nve !gated. Ernestine F. Poole, secretary; do so this week. *letter pUc la w'=:ell Ie lt..

L"* lau Evon, Lorenzo Mrs. Leanor& Lee, assistant secretary *
All interested call
: persons may ---
Ashley, Henry Matthews, John Mrs. Bernice White, treas '
's a sponsor of the club this ; the YWCA for further information. .
Woods, and Andrew McNeel urer. Committee chairmen will be EXCHANGE VOWS The former Mercedes Kelly and<< Albert k7.l&
year.Dr. ..
Boxing bouts are expected to Smith recently retired appointed in, the October meetingby Collins, who exchanged nuptial vows last Friday evening ,in the -
home of Sir. and Mrs Dave Graham, 723 Pippin Street are seen --
begin soon in the recreation room from, his job and has ogered his the presiding chairman. iIe
I here. Mrs Cnllins is the daughter of Airs. Percy Kelley. She was
of the po). Aa invitation is extended service in assisting the club as Y-Teens and members of Blue
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given away in marriage by her brother, Wayman Kelley. "ASSOCIATESHIP"
to t.he'pubilc to come in an advisor in various training Triangle Clubs will participate in -tciC

4 t and watch tan training sessions. J procedures and health in general the forthcoming CommunityChest MIAMI GROUP HITS CERTIFICATES GIVEN

ti Dr. R. E. Smith, farmer druggist I of the operations cf every phaseof I parade scheduled for Tuesday SOUTHSIDE MASS -tc

a. Ji> i: oaoniy Drug Store the life insurance industry. Oct. 8th. TO BE HELD IN STATE INTEGRATED "Associateship" CertI f i c a t e s

FRUIT COVE, FLA. SCHOOL OPPONENTSAmerican were presented to four of the -tck
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: You can tell she's a career employees Miss Delphine BA1USA1CA WILSON *

L 7t. ;" FRUIT COVE, FLA. Members Civil Liberties Union Thomas, Messrs. W. Russell Rob- Matthew'Gilbert High
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: of Mt. Pleasant AME MIAMI The Greater Miami inson, Charles E. Simmons, Jr., Pepsl.Cola Dealers and *

: Church are making a special effort today declared apposition to Ralph B. Stewart, Jr., at the Pepsl.cola Bottling: Co. A

:CARNATION BABY for a "successful Southside school integration in Florida "will 'weekly devotional assembly of the are proud to salute Bliss *

Mass which is being held Sept 29. inescapably lead to a situation of Afro-American. Life Insurance Barbara Wilson Senior Tat

.... ".)< The Rev. R. J. Arnold is pastorof crisis." Company. The certificates were Matthew Gilbert High *
Mt.. Pleasant and host for the on behalf of the Life Office Management School. Barbara is
The statement from the organization headtc
', ;L, raised on America's"healfhy baby9'milkIr occasion. followed an address here Association, "with headquarters Majorette and was recently -k
The Mass will consist of four in New York for' successfully chosen the "Most
yesterday by State Atty. Gen. r
churches Pleasant AME Mt. completing ten of its 12 '
Cf : Mt. ; Richard Ervin who said the U.s. Beautiful Senior" by her
Zion AME Southside of which prescribed courses and i(
Supreme Court's ban on public subsequent classmates. Good 'luck J"
Rev.V.. M. Is national examinations.
Campbell pastor; school segregation was "hastyand Barbara.
.; : a Allen Chapel AME, Bayard, Fla., premature." Life Office Management Institute .
1 !, of which Rev. Anthony Jacksonis is an industry recognized ********* *
"Such continued defiance and T
pastor and Mt. Zion AME, educational institution organizedto
non-compliance by high state officials -tc
Mandarin Fla.,. of which Rev. Z. with federal programs for provide specific studies for fi, m., _,
L. Tyrus is pastor. Home Office and Agency Management 'iiC
gradual and piece-meal desegregation
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'j 1 Services will be held throughout personnel in the life insur.
of Florida public schools
the day beginning with Sunday ance industry. It provides study
will inescapably lead to asitua-
School at 10:00 o'clock with courses knowledge iCe
covering a general

Liberties
tion of crisis, the Civil
the president Mr. Dossie Monroe of the fundamentals f.
11:, Union said.Alberta of life iCIe :
presiding. Morning Services will insurance and specific knowledgeA
11 o'clock with of the ....... r
!j begin one Lattamore and her gospel WJ -Ie w '":>. t ':*' :4
four visiting ,pastors delivering singers. .

the message. A. 3 o'clock service All members and friends are FLORIDA STARIN 4 .ti>- ..... .'I
will be held with the Rev. S. L. invited to come out and join in ANNA PEARL YOUNG

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nt ti* Church, Baldwin, Fla., presiding.An Dinner will be served on the : Anna Pearl Is a senior

added feature will be Mrs. church grounds. COLORED HOME and one of the leaders

t 1 ; of the fighting Panthers
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4 :.. 1 1.t Drill Team of which Mrs.
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T. P. Geiger Is advisor.

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I PANTHERS PLAY
Putnam NEWS TM '
County
WOB8PROGRAM i t' I
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.},,;-' '. ". -. SCHEDULE r..'P' : I TO A 6-6 TIE
; BY E. J. VHEEM> ": a.
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f Phcm Easi 5-3025 MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE k !' s WITH DAYTONA

(:eo- (32"SIp On 3 .
MJle SL conquers who endures : being erected in the rear of the '* .:05 News ft Weather
ll ffjt; .3S- 7:00 Hearen's Road (Deacon
t' Perelas church and will be used for the
Grace)
,:10- 733 News Weather The Panthers of :Matthew
Mrs. Correne Ellis returned to dining room Dr. J. W. Walker : fighting
I=-3- 1:09 Morning Capen (Bob
Jacksonville last Friday after a pastor of the church' will act as Hudson) W, Gilbert opened the

very. pleasant visit to Cleveland, I- .* News Weather 1957: football season much in the
host. 1:13to Morabic Capers Bob
Ohio With friends. She also went closed
Sir. and Sirs. Albert Simmons godson same fashion that they
tox Cincinnati, Ohio where she .:11- SW News ft WeatherMUM
have their house guests, Mrs, their 1956 season, playing to a
attended the funeral of a cousin. as Jnmpia'Show (Johnny
i Raw) draw with one of the tap teams
Sim
Felmer Rabb who Is Sirs. .
1.:10-10:03 News A Weather _
Rev Handy G. Williams of E. mons' mother and is from Ne. 11: 3.1101 Gospel Train No. 1 (DoseGrace + j In the conference This! time it
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,jPalatka underwent a minor ope. wark, New Jersey l1tO-l1t3 News C Weather ; :was the defensive alertness of
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U:11.Utt Gospel Train No.1 (Deaco
ration Monday. Ills many friendsare Grace) the Centipedes of Daytona Beach
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1240.12:03 Local News (Yvonne
.;wishing for him a speedy'' re Funeral services re being arranged DanleU) that kept the boys in orange'and
S. T. Gan. 12: 5-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniel)
for the Rev.
covery. UU100 Noontime Tunetlme green offensive explosiveness virtually .
I at his home (Yvonne Daniels)
who
dy passed away
1:001:13 News Weather at a standstill.
..]Ir. and Sirs. Ira Ellis haveas 1:0SZOO Gospel Train No. 2. (Dean:
their house guest, Sirs." Carrie 1412 Madison St., on Tuesday Grace) .;;- ( p" Starting'time for the game was
Survivors includehis 1:00Zt3 News ft Weather
Careithers" of Detroit Michigan September 24. ZOSJoo. Gospel Train No. 2 (Dead; was delayed for an hour due to

The visitor Is the sister In.Iaw widow Mrs. Lizzie Gandy. JOOJ:13 News Grace)ft Weather t .".....:M.<:' the late arrival of the CeO Upi.des .
of Sirs. Ellis. step son; Leroy Bradley; 3 sisters JOS:00 Jompln Show (Johnny
Shaw) ,- Daytona won the toss and
Mrs. Mattie Russell. Miss COOClJ News ft Weather 3; ,,A
The pastor officers and mem. Susannah, Gandy and *Mrs.. Nellie 443> $:00 Jumpin'Shaw) Show (Johnny t'x elected to receive. Failing to get

hers of the :ML Tabor First Bap. Hewas a member of the Shiloh SOOSOJ News ft Weather 11 the needed yardage far a first
1:13IU Jumpin Show (Johnny ii
1. tist Church are making plans to Brown. One brother Davis Gandy Shaw) down the CenUpides were forcedto

JamesAssociation Church. SATURDAY SCHEDULE ,_. ..
entertain the Union St. Baptist .40. ':02 Sip On '-r---" -- punt. Taking over on their
which will convene in 42. .-05 News ft Weather Industrial Club held Its regular meeting recently In the home of Mrs" Thelma Jones
43. 740 Heaven's Road The Three... ,Rfs 30 yd. line Gilbert's backs found
A fine annex is The friends of Gadson ft Weather : .t '
October. News -
very many 1:001:13 from left to right: Sirs. Catherine Spanish
Monroe wlU regret to learn, of his 1oJ:00. Moraine Capers' (Bob 2223 Van James- .... Streets. Attending the meetings were. 1 t, impossible to pentrate the
Hudson Sirs. J. W.
passing which occured In his 1:001:13 News ft)Weather recording secretary; Mrs Sallie Zlmson, Sirs. E. H. Butler Sirs. Ullie SL Perkins; reporter strong forward wall of the visi-

WILL BUILD A home on last Sunday night. Sur.I S.OJ9.00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob Bolden president; Sirs. Claudie Jones vice president, Sirs. Eddie Eddie Jackson Christmas treasurer I Ears and they too were forcedto

HOMEON doors are Sirs. Robenla Monroe, '.0 -.9:03 News ft Weather J. W. Bolden business manager and David Stubbs. .
9431040 Jump! Show (Johnny punt. A pass from quarterback
YOUR LOS wife; Sirs. Mamie Jones and Mrs. Shaw)
JeffersonQlonroe 10:00.1043 News ft Weather James Knight. 531 W. 17th 81 Al Williams to Briggs elec-
For as little as $200 down Christine Face, sisters. 10:03.11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonni
or EJ5 Terms to snit7ou: brother. The E. W. lawson Daniels) filurkUelivories GirL Sept 12-57. ED. WATERSTO trifled the crowd and gave the
It 1140.1143 News & Weather of the
2051 Stubbs St. the first down
Centipedes
CALL El 6-2957: or F1 9-3822 and Sons are making the 1143.1240 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonni Jerry Bailey
funeral arrangements. Daniels Boy. Sept. 13-57. ball game.
neccessary 1240-1243 Local News (YvonneDaniels
) James J. Hammond 1170 \\ PLAY FIRST The remainder of the first period

f 1245.12:15 UU1:00 Job Noontime Mart Tunetime(Yvonne Dwell;) 12th St. Boy, Sept. 1357. of the second was a puntingduel

(Yvonne Daniels) James Evans 1413 Windle St. until Gilbers's 197 lb. quar-

NORRIS & SONBAKERY 1:03ZOO 1:001:03 News Gospel'ft Train Weather No.2 (Yvonni Stork'. delivers to Mr. and Mrs-;: GirL Sept. 13-57.. GAME SAT.One terbackOliver Joyce connectedwith

Daniels) J. C. Alexander. 5383 Spring David Carter 1657 W. 26th st. .. a pass to Willie Haywoodfor
ZooZ:03 News ft Weather
%:03- 340 Saturday Session (Johnny Grove Rd. Boy Sept. 657. Boy. Sept. 13-57. a T. D. 'and putting the Panthers

JOO3:03 News Shaw)ft Weather Charles Sneed, 2016 Wishart Robert Perry 743 Lafayette of the season's top football In front by a score of 6-0.
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: I 343440 Saturday Shaw) Session (.Johnny St. Girl. Sept. 957. St. Boy. Sept. 1457. games will be played in the The try for the extra point was

,. .. I 1:004:03 News ft Weather Williams Jones. 710 Venus Willie E. Davis 716 Van BureBoy. annuled due to 12 men beng on
E' I 443 $:00 Saturday Session (Johnny Myrtle Avenue Baseball Park at
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: Court. Girl. Sept. 1557. the field.A .
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: c. > ,! :, ( 3:035:45 Saturday Session (Johnny
'_ .-.... .:_ _s_ CAKES. .. .. ( Shaw) lin St. GirL Sept. 957. Boy. Sept. 1557. Waters College meet the presented by the marching band

DONUTS ':.. ;; '_40> C42 SUNDAY Sip On SCHEDULE Ernest Hill 1329 Harrison St.. Leroy Haynes 1444 W. 21st SI. Lions of Morristown Tennessee. and majorettes o f Campbell

: ..:.02 45 740 C45 News Heaven's ft Weather Road (Deacon Boy. Sept. 957. o Boy Sept. 1557. In the first game of'.the season, Street HL Gilbert's band was

-- WE SPECIALIZE IN WEDDINGS, 1:001:03 News Grace)ft Weather Darell Butler .1211 Hart St. Benjamin Vance 2122 Apt. i C. Coach Bell is relying heavily on limited in their performance due
1:03-,1:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon Boy Sept. 10-57* Venus St. GirL Sept. 1657. to the late arrival of the lads
AND ANNIVERSARY CAKES Grace) such stalwarts as John Albert
BIRTHDAY st.Girl. .
John Xewis 3228 Franklin Franklin st. from
7:301:00 Latlmore Gospel *lnrcnUv ,* Zack Askew, 3214 Daytona.
1:001:30 DeaUncVaten( Gospel Singing(oral ) "1 30.67.r.7fl Boy. Sept. 16-57. Kendridge McNeil. Albert Jones Most of the third period wasa

Roberts) Winston Bracelet. 1993 W. 20th Cartrell Andrews 958 W. Beaver and Nehemiah Pool. Coach Bell continuation of the kicking

1223 JEFFERSON ST. 1:30:00 Jan Eunice: Revival Riley Center) (Rev. st. Boy. Sept, 1057. St. Grl. Sept. 1657. has worked hard and long in duel .that existed !n. the first half

EL 4-9948 1:*e-1000 Bishop 8. C. Johnson William H. Biggins 4003 Mon. Clarence Johnson 5616 Pansy; sharpening up the defense with with both teams concentratingon
Heaven Fire Gospel SlngrtLive
: U40-1030 ( Gospel Singing) Id. Boy. Sept. 10-57. Lane. Boy. Sept. 1657. such linemen as Dennis! Williams defensive manuevers. A break

30-10:43 Temple Herbert)of God (Rev W. i .' C. Wallace, 3212 Barnett Louis Wrice. 826 E. Union SI. from Miami a returning letterman for the visitors came late in the

,I 10:45-11:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon V --*:. 1057. .GirL Sept. 1657. and Morris Grooms of Po- last period when Alter Williams
Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Grace) 1519 W. 27 th behind the
You 1140-1143 News ft Weather H. Jennings. Marlon Byard, 5661 Verbena. mano. They will be bolstered by was almost trapped

U43.1240. Heaven's Road. (Deacon SL Girl. Sept. 1057. Bd. Boy. Sept. 16-57 Stephen Sanders Kenneth Burns line of scrimage shook off a

LOW PRICES 1240-1243 News Grace)ft Weather Joe R. Byrd, 1672 W. 3rd 'St. Charles Kelly 1491 W. 6th St. Eddie, EUzy Carlton Jerkins few would be tacklers and broke

1:131:00- Heaven's) Road (YvonneDaniels Girl. Sept. '1057. Boy. Sept. 1M7. Bert Thornton and Vincet Tay. away to the Panthers-5' yd. line.
ft Weather Stokes 629 S., Lin the CentIpedes
100.1:0.1 News Julius Oliver Blue 1240( McConihi or. Two pentalties cone
On Your 143- 130 Heaven's Daniels) Road (Yvonne coIn Court. Girl Sept. 10-57. ;t. Boy Sept. 16-57. In the backfield he will be 10 yds., and on the next

130240 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Marvin Kohn 2811 Venus Crt. Robert Warren 913 Oakley St.Girl. looking to his ace backfield to play Williams again hit Briggs
Dallas Graham)
Rev.
DRUG STORE NEEDS 1:003:00 Jafeo( Gospel Review Girl. Sept 10-57. Sept. 17-57 rarry the ocensive load. with a short pass that provided
:. (Live Gospel Singing) Robert Chieves 2231 W: 44th Elizah Timmons 1730 W. 20U In the quarterback position for the 6 ponts that tied the game.
JotCOO God's Holy Shrine (Mothei SL Girl. Sept. 11-57. Sistrunk The.attempt for the extra point
Rosa Woods) 3t Girl. Sept. 1757. the Tigers will be Allen
Trade With Your neighborhood Drug Store ':00-1:00 Church of God to Christ Oscar Norman 3023 Davis St. Dorsey Johnson 1347 McConih< and Roosevelt Holmes. Coaches failed.

Elder Charles Beck Apt. 2 Boy.;; Sept.11-57. 3t; Boy. Sept 1757. Bell and Wilkerson are very well Before any offensive power

We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn 540543 IU1:0 News Heaven's ft Weather Road (Yvonn Sylvester Brown 1616 Tyler Tommy Matthew, 309 Nixon pleased) at the showing the team could; be mustered by either eeam

: Your Local Papers Daniels) St. GirL, Sept. 1257. 3t; Boy. Sept., 17-57. is a whole has made.. They believe the clock ran out bdinging to a

Urious Seabrooks. 1950 W. 20U the Tigers are ready for close the preview of the Fight

3t; Girl. Sept. 1751.WASHING the Tennessee Lions. ing Panthers for the 1957 season,

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I. 1957 Footbatt 'Sfjason'Jcks; OffJn\\ > Jacksonville( ; I



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BILL BIGNET, manager of the THE REV. DAN TOLER, who turesque plays In running, block
) New York Giants appears on his I I t was known as Deacon Dan Toler LOCAL SCHOOLS OPEN SEASONIN ing and passing that brought to

SPORTING I IT UP way out as skipper for next sea. the of last
II when he played professional foot.' memory strong team
son. Reports .are circulating that year. There are many faults that '
Horace Stoneham Is ball as a member t., the Los I IAn'geles THE CITY WITHOUT DEFEAT
dickering
'tTHL: By c. PARHAM JOHNSON were shown that must be ironed
:;.a\ ..' ,, Leo Durocher to 'Come back as Rams is, doing ,a great! out, and Coatch Kitchings and
i CINCINNATI REDLEGS -' .1 manager; It;.Is said ,that when job in the.ministry.:As a i his assistants are busy ironingout
J I footb.n.. By C. PARHAM JOHNSON
Durocher, left the Giants, the i player the <'TcBer the kinks before the next
that looked like a certain pennant men Botlllo, ,that be s terribly whole-'team fen Durocher Rej Football in Jacksonville started ... -
contenders for a long while dur. sorry: that BasHlo hates him so : apart. ly to his religious 1 ties.LLOYJ ., the out of town boys. : game.
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can be remembered a* the manager I' > off with a bang when Doug Jacksonville
lug the;season did a complete much. ,Robinson said: "I regret ) ,(Rocky) HAISLEY The boys from .Hastings fur. The next blggame In
nosedive and fell by the wayside. exceedingly that Basilio-has chosen ,who had aa aQ tan outfield in ; las Anderson pried the lid off nished some stiff competition all will be the battle of Edward
alLtime
a. World Series. and great from Edward
He had
s With all the pitching Brooks publicly to proclaim his Us- Mays, the 1957 football season with a the way through the game From Waters College Tigers againstthe
Irving and Thompson Waters,College Is, going great in
roamingthe
; Lawrence and the rest of the the the team made in team from Morristown Ten-
Showing
like 124 In
friend a
for me. It Is neither victory over Hastings
the also, The
ministry difference
tauter gardens. ., ....... :
t stac did. with. all of the hitting ly nor Godly.- Dislike could ':lead between the Rev/VToler and the .well ployed game with a wet the early game of the season, nessee. Another good ,game is otithe .
Big George'Crewe. Frank Robinson to hate .and hate t, orage;,.which THE REX 'NELSpN B, ,HIGGINS Rev. Haisiey Is that when Hals' they. left the notice that their I football agenda. The Lions
ball on a rain drenched leld.
WaOyFost and the rest ,of Is not calculated 'to' ,produce, 'the pastor ;of: the Normadlc opponents will catch much trou. will, come roaring into Jackson
ley was playing such"great foot.
the heavy hitters did, It was to best results In a cooperative ring Baptist Church,. coached Jim MeClaine. The fans braved the weatherto ble as the season grows older. vale
ball out at Edward ,
no avail as far as the pennant where a cool; :head Is required. "who is making quite a Waters. none watch the 1957.edition of ,the Up to this point Jacksonville Is .. w _
ever gaveIt a thought that"Rocky" '
was concerned Speaking strictly la the spirit of showing out in Nebraska The inclined Southside Dragons of Coach Nat in the undefeated column. The
was toward the
HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSONof friendship, I: urge the welter. people out that .side call him a ministry. Now be is, He is doinga Washington pull some plays that next football attraction to fol. : ACHING MISCLES

,the' New York Yankees added weigh champion} to ,lay aside .his direct Willie carbon copy 'of the Giants fine job..................... completely mustified! the. opponents low Douglas Anderson's victorywas R.lieve pains of tired, sore, .Aching
',7 Insult to when he Mays. Rev. JHlggins also / the 6-6 deadlock
Injury recently personal prejudices and, concentrate from the "Potato City"to the Fight-
Smooth ,
coached sensational ; sailing until we meet muselts with STANBACK, tablets
{r-- journeyed over to Kansas City to on fighting. The best kind the Tom Wilson again. he extent that they were big Panthers played against the fast
BACK acts
play against, his former teammates of a fifht can, only .be that in of the Los Angeles Rams / looking for the ball In obscure Centipedes 0 f Campbell Street or powdtra. STAN rsbsf .
to bring comforting
,,and an Harry did waS to whlcH two rivals, 'each knowingat professional football team and places. Despite the fact that High School of Daytona Beach. because the STAN BACK formula
Wes ,
aock slam Covington of the Milwalkee PATRONIZE the the it Coach Earl Kitchings and hs
grand all times what he Is doing, go Dragons won game combines several prescription type
TWELVE TAN PLAYERS saw about their business the .way Braves Durham at Hillside High' Schoolin FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS can b yno means: appear that well trained stac out at Matthew Ingredients f.r fast rvlfef of Stein.
acton In the game between the professional fighters should. To N. C. they had a complete setup in Gilbert gave the fans some pic.

Chicago Bears 'and the Philadelphia be blinded by rage Is a handicap .. .
For the Bears therewere -- --. -
Eagles. that I wouldn't want Basilio to .
Willie Gaflmore, Willie Lee sneer. I don't want that kind of ., .
from Fla. A and M; Doug At- advantage. I want the best man .'
kins from Tennessee State; J. C. to win and can only hope that I '.

Caroline of Illinois; Gehrig Harris -: am that man." This Is what Rob. .

Grambling; Perry Jeter CaV inson had to say about his opponent
,ifornia Poly; Bobby Watkins,' before they met. :Monday r Only Viceroy gives you

Ohio State; and Dick Washing.: NightNOTRE

'. ton of Notre Dame. Playing for I DAME, Dayton st. ._ .
the Eagles were Alvin Richard- Louts Wisconsin" and Pittsburg .. 'J> .. .:
a 0 n 0 f Grambling; Clarence I have cancelled their athletic engagements ;: "

Peaks, Michigan State; Dave : with schools in Louisiana : ..
Rogers. Indiania and Eddie Bell I because of that: unAmerican '; : -

Pennsylvania.. law which bars nterracial Y

ELSTON HOWARD, the cat., athletic contests. Dayton and St. ... '. !.. 20000 FILTER TRAPS -1.. '". t
I Cher-outfielder of the. New York Louis have? no tan players ,,on ... ''; ''I.

Yankees, the first tan player to i their basketball rosters, but they :..; .::. 'i

become a regular with the Yank. cancelled the games because ., .
sea came _to the defense of the they couldn't stomach that Louisiana )
Detroit Tigers and the Boston law. There are no tan play. ... ;' t!

f Red *Sox recently when ,he spoke ers on the Army team, but there ::0-.. :.

r to ,the, United Auto Workers radio are seven cadets and the con. .. r 01
fi program J In Detroit. He dIsagreed cern over the seating
arrangements
r with the critics who charg. caused, great interests about i'

e ed the Tigers and Red Sot withy the, game scheduled betweenthe FOR THAT SMOOTHER TASTE ..., :

being prejudiced against Negro Army and Tulane which was !
players. He said those who acu scheduled 'to be played in Louisi .1.1J

case the two teams of such are, 1

being very unfair. .. .. : ana.COACH;BUD WILKERSON of \ t
'. JOHNNY SAXON has at last the Umversity of Oklahoma was .... t

t come to the end of the trail in quoted as styingv ineffect, when

I his boxing career. In ,his fight :and*if atan-,player-,was able to ,
against Joe Miceli and unranked make hisjteam. he would be ready I -. I

J J fighter. Saxton was beaten so.'unl lo accept'him.-'This year a I., .. .
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1 mercifully by Miceli, he found f tan player: did make the-'team : : '.
out; as ,well as the tight 'fans, that and he has /been 'acceptedAHls r
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he, just, daem 't have what ie I name" Prentice' Gautt. Y 95. e x ta : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

takes 'an Jnore.. Saxon put u Pone 'I pound halfback.;:: 1?.. ". l.* 1' .J.. ...... c f ;.
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third degree assaulted and ope-- "r ', ," i s plified drawings dramatize' the 4t :,:.: the other two largest-selling niter brands! c4 i.... ..:'f. ,
"raling a vehicle without an Fori.9ctober S 5th, between Viceroy and ordinary tips: [kf.i Yes there are,20,000 filter traps in every ;. :...: '' 1
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SUGAR RAY ROBINSON said 481984r that smoother taste! '\ ..lca.loec. aorr l t1/ smoother: taste! Actual photomicrograph of

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Silliest Statement the government our coHBtry. And-we: *have-fatt' LADIES and MEN
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Of Tbe Year The Florida, Democrat said he' en into their trap,**' Herlongsaid. Married Couple I Be 'smart-Sen the easy way-
or Single Man" *L50 weekly.i SHORTNESS
told the House Judiciary Committee
Aim of NAACPTo 1\\ On time payment plaD-Natlonat. :_ '
Overthrow TJJ3. last spring that "the NAACP "We know that Russia, practices One large room for Married ly-advertised perfume-Sales .
was UDder Communist Influence -: ?
LEESBURG Congressman A. ,'i,?:that,members of the i segregation'there. but: ,do,not Couple $8.75/'weekly. Phone EL: guaraateed-No ,credit loss guaranteed BREATH
B. (Syd) Eerlong last Thursday NAACP board,were or'had been 1 have the NAACP",or' .penntt..agt.ta 5-1109 or EL 54847. Mrs. Clark' .
Joined the growing: brigade ,of active members and even orga&l> ra to stir up trouble over It to fan sad profit
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the head1Ine.hunUng 1011Ucianearound .sera of groin which had been there # blc too. Ton can aaaka |65 to
the nation who are soak' declared to subversive by both I "If 16 mfllioa. ,Negroes can HAVE TRIE*-
Ing statement obviously onI;/ or the com n1tt'e and the attorney organize a :minority! group and i I... $100 a week Worldag from 3 pm .

the:r jurpo.of getting ,their general,v'. % get this much attention; from; Modem furnished:.-room.- Couple. to 7 pm. Write Hesiersoa adAasod.MeI. NOW
aamea in print. "I doat" tbbdc: we need ay both' political parties-for It is: only. Nice tocauos.)Hot'and cola:
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