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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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October 12, 1957
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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- .
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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:
October 12, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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,By Staff Correspondent criminal division of Duval County Sheriffs offtce-. and. the ,
FBI are reported to be still searching for a white "iiln_-who raped
LITTLE CUT This city which rocked with violence and $ !
a 14-year-old, Negro eirl, ra ATrrrat 8.
bigotry for about two week In a school integration crisis that .
: When the attack was reported x9t4
brought out the National Guard followed by U. S. troops ordered I 1:1.wRI: C J .4.
out by the president to enforce federal law is comparatively calm I Chief Deputy Peterson (who was -

/ and its citizens: are returning to normal peaceful pursuits.The then a lieutenant on the sheriff's I "

nine Negro students are staff) ordered a medical examina : I : ,' c. 2RGy risk' .:: c.'' .
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attending classes under daily escort I lion which was performed by Dr jl I ': I ;
by guardsmen but much cf HEARING SET
Carl Wells. The, doctor verified '
the tension has subsided and the ) ?
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kids seem to be working it out that the girl had: been raped. I" GAINESVILLE. A mixed :;\ 'W>w' we.g'b !ka
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alright. The victim !was driven around group of,jazz :musiclanr:;cancelled 4xid' S t'e ; .. .
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-Gov.OrvaFaabus; s ins lsts PLEA the'' citana cotmtyF ot &Beqs* frs* r ,...
than;no' compromise- It1I sight. f i hours before she was able to University of.Florida, this month

.'unless nine Negro students are U. S. District' Judge Bryan I identify the house in which the because they feared' racial trouble -
withdrawn from Central attack took The Leonard Group
integrated Simpson will ,hold the hearing on place, Feather
classrooms. an accused rapist plea that .the She said last Aug. 8 about 2 is composed of 7 08 Negroes :.

President Eisenhower has refused jury verdict which placed him pm she was stopped near her :and were to play. in the school's.

to withdraw Regular Army under the death sentence was dis- home by a white man driving a gymnasium.
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troops and federalized Arkansas !. riminatory which makes it ille. late model Oldsmobile convertiblewho -
National Guardsmen from the offered her employment saying ALBANY.. N. Y. Govs": AvereU :
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school until he is satisfied that The case of Jimmie Lee Thomas that the 'girl who had been Harriman' said he would designate i n 4 sv.y.. y,

the court-endorsed Central High wffljxs held at 10 ajn. Oct. 17. working ,for his. wife had quit. Justice- Harold A,Stevens I Iasthe
enforcedby first Negro member rof the:, :'K ''oocaKn .R rs
will
integration plan be Thomas, who is now awaiting He said. she would, receive $5 a
local authorities. day. appellate division second highest
word from the governor for his
Eisenhower said he i Is 'hopeful transfer from the' .Duval County The. .i 4-year-old girl ,said when court in the state. SteV'ens was

it will, soon be possible to with'. Jail to Raiford for execution filed she accepted the: 'Job she was appointed to the Supreme Courtin
draw the troops. driven ..to'a house which, turned 1955
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the plea in the form of a petition .
The.six .Negro'glr13 and three for a writ of habeas Corpus. The out, to be vacant except, the r. '
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boys were, all in, class Thursday. petition asks that the writ be bedroom, The man told her the MARSHALL Texas.- The city ..:
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They were*escorted en and. off granted and the state enjoined family was in the bedroom wherehe swimming pool was offered for

the campusby' a ,detachment' of from proceeding with the "illegal later .criminally ,assaulted her. sale in an antiintegrationmove _____-'_ ______" '.__ _..__ _...'....... ,_ Jd i48 +. ._...._ .__'_ ._S. -. \
guardsmen*, ..." .. execution." The attacker was identified as in Marshall, E. N.. Power bid KIC&OFF 'BANQThe: FABIU-Betiiane Cookman Joint planning committees met iM

Faubus Thursday showed news. Ernest D. Jackson Sr.,.attorney James' .B. pe1aon by,a photographand $10, 09.and;was awarded the pool week for outlinlngjJaiw for the FLORIDA CLASSIC which win be the lIeU Ug event achedn3eA! '

men photographs which he said fob Thomascoatendsln..tha.peti. the car, he,'used is reportedto after Titn, Edwards, 21. &Negro for- Jacksonville. The gala banquet was held at the Eldorado Club.. The group made_ per for tM

depicted Soldiers' and off.Idefcl Uon. that.'the.state of.._Florida, hasexecuted have fled the. city. The FBI sought in U.s.Diatrici"'Coa: 'an game, which will take place October 28 at ,the Gator Bowl and Is one- of .the. hlghllghte of. the
saunter&g through the shorts ,-only.-- ,----- ,"" has entered .search-for Nelson injunction against the'ban. on:Ne. I football season t ; -
Negroes rape '
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clad high icSool girl*'daring ytheigyrnn Of whtte\f9aen"Md,jary; vertfcta for unlawful. flight. ,to.,avoid.. prose. groes at the poot'The case was Seated,.in the above photo Is KIM Earths White! Dr. Gore, who Is president of FAHU, J. JLIX
claes," :He aaJd he regarded without recommeadftttol'of nercwhTch"'inakes euUea.i- set for, a Nov. *Shearing.. : Lee, Jr., vice-president and James Hoger, who ,Ia Administrative 4uistaata! BethuaeCookairaCollege.

this ss r iadicfias"theef 5e death 'sentence .. 99999OKLAHOMA., : ,Standing from left: daad Timinril,:kea Knight,;Paul Hyde, .fbostoes manager at. BCCJ., ., ,
the troops. mandatory have-been, retarned ':.--:State fiupt. of Nathaniel Dam ADen Tykes Bead *feeer ct BOO; and frflliam P...Poster, Band director or ,

Bhortidad"p1a lakaln went only in these .... INTEGRATION: : HOAX Public Zutruction, Dr. Olver FAIIt1., t .-,"
throngh"gym rtnitflii.on the,play.' To sepport bas contmtioa, .Attorney : ATTEMPTED.3. AT' A lodge; announced:that school. "'to- In photo below facing the camera amrjoA "JayJay** Wfflams,,poptdar columnist of Florida

grounds' back of' the school dor-- Jtclrsnn. cited 'reeefda of cgration; 'in'- Jdahon' a la. moving Star Cecil Fisher Edith Draytoa Tlrleafte E 'sey.and'; Alma Monroe J'l, .,, l

tag the day. A few- soldiers and the State Priaon at nerd stec .n. JaoQL 'faster thaa. +expected.* with A Shard Photo '
officers went about dsttes In theizumvkc&ty 8.640'coJ&red\ popfia'now" ait i.:.
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1965. ehewiag' Negroes executed An attwhite ere a tv 1 e w High 'f c- h
but did not for raping wee wee up School was sorroffladed. by 100 mg mtegrated'dasaes.CLEVBAND. YOUNG WIFE DRINKS HMIXONTOWN
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attteatica from the i': '
..ttfaCt7 to, 196S. and one.Negro executed white after, a telephone
persons IODINE MAN FATALLY
'-' U. 8. DistrictJudge IN SUICIDE'ATIEMPT
girls. The
far rapier a Negro woaaan. caller told,officers: Negroes would SllQTit
of the Negro girt*,. Carlotta Paul'0BeS lAst' -
One petition states that one white attempt saran there.Police week tanned AT HOMEA
Walls 14, was the,pitcher for one down' an:appeal:by-a gro.p of
man has been. emoted forrape :
and school officials believed
of the teams in ,a softball game. in the history of the state. the threat .to be a 'hoax. ,colored firemen! on Southern rain young 08-year-old wife at- BY MAtE IN DOMESTIC QUARREL! :1.

The white girls encouraged Thomaa was convicted July 21. SJ1trlU'W1Jeon quoted the caller roads to compel their admisaen tempted to take her life. wheen

same as ahe,pitched. She, 1965 after a three-day trial. as members of ths: Brotherhood of she dra:1k.Iodine. after securing .
berturn as saying, "We are going to Integrate '
slapped several of the Thomas has akeady; applied to Cresvtew High s hooI. We Locomotive Firemen and Eng1 1e. it from her mother-InJaw Wednesday ,A: 2Oxontown' man was killed by his coamonJaw wife 1IiIt.l.!

white girls on their backs in congratulatory the 'U. S. Supreme Court but was are expecting proShtritf men. Oct. 9. Tuesday Oct 4 with a gunshot. in his chest after he allcgefiy'threatened :-r r:
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fashion for base hits e 's .
denied. WQson' also said he received a James Stewart of 1126 Logan I her life with an axe during a domestic; quarrel ., .... ..1..'' .
or good fielding pJa'LWHITE who Identified LEVITTOWN, Pa: The aatt. Hazy Lee Shaw of. .
call from .a man Street, husband cf Margaret daughter .. t
THIEVES BREAK IN himself as a Negro major named Integration "soda club," next Stewart, told .investigating officers Claudie Mae Shaw, 36. of .2074))if die did not cook the fish. and, i

TRIO ,FINERNING Gamey stationed at Egltn Air door: to the home ,of theJjVfflten; that his'wife went to his Run Street, told police that her''in the meantime he started I
STEAL COMBINATION Force Base, however a complete P. M1 era family, Levittown's only mother. Mrh. Sarah Gtewart to
Canady toward her his
FOR Ev CROSS I mother and Edward 43 1 with an axe In ,1
check of personnel records colored residents has been, (dosed get the iodoie. She took the bot ,
Three men were Miss Arden 38 1417 by court. order. William mere living. together as huzbsnd'. : hand. ..-' :
WAW Smith. showed no officer assigned to Hughes, tIe and turned It up to drtcL the
lined, 1 J25 In an attempted cross Davis Street told officers ,she Eglin with that or: a similar renter of the premises, waS' accusid contents. He attempted to stop\and wife and that trey had,been|| She. .said .her mother went: ito, '

burning' case tooay'by MunicipalJudge came home Monday Oct. 7 and name. Cf.! waging -.-"a war cf her bu. alas had ,already: wallowed -j!having: trouble for the last we...uedfix/m ,and took- a revolver ::1

Mitchell Goldman. found her -kitchen ,wtedow had There waS' BO' 'disorder among rrrvcsaimed at .forcing OLe tie iodine. j bout Canady not coming home':from an cvercoit p'x"CIf.and' 1,

The fines were imposed on Fred been ,broken into and her table the crowd which gathered around Myerses to move. Tie ittigftan; was made by I'! it n'ght. I;... ev fire times, one '. i 1z
Hockett, Fred Foster.. Jr., and< model Radio-Phocograpa had been the school as word of the reported PatrojUAtfii. Jesse Jaekscrn c id f r She said Canady stayed: away in J'Ei'
i n Canady the :
James .McSwiney h n were stolen... Attempt reached the CrestvIew. XEW ,YOHff A '24-hour police Freddie,.Mac. .- ... from: home.,two cr three r.'ght ; .., .: "". ., !
charged*:with placing a cross Mlae Smith gave the aerial dtieeaa. guard has J beast assigned to I, week* Ater ..being' out v all *'bU., .:..' -..... I II

early this year ,on the property number of:the.oomBtoatioa.to the School s e..;flHtcMft, are making a the New 'YorhT 1 offleea' of the FOKT- r LAUDERDALE,':Fla. right| :>",fcame'bi,around... .,, 10..urn.Bast .''I ;."..: yt ci' ty .
of ""Frank Legree- Negro who pellet and.also teM=th.Ia. ,that she thorough'm investigation of ,the in. NAACP in the traM of two bbaab, The. cty-cr.viiea: ff, Lauderdale,I '::1)1eada71.u4." be
moved into: a,-white neighborhood, thought |MC ex)eiJ: lat...Jte tee5yalfcc eldest and Sheriff ;WBsoa said 'scares ja.58 ,assay'"A;.s.-PeHee Golf and Country Club .was sold.4 iae Sltaart'oif' csdybratrrt :': ,J

\ ThVmen earlier' >had btea sentenced > i 46 WM' UM;. grtttyShe ....... he would BfasWrr' :any.attempt to eeartid the ,tnrtltltng after re- tb,the Men >,Golf Association. :tth't i'bs.lc.,, 1.f1$1, ..." w" .4)j : L .!- : ; : i
vto-.JiU .'term*. and $500flnesTbut .'wL J ca& :W iD V f ,t.Klt)(1'1J8eMI c illtse 1i III /oak for *w ?;.IW. The sale followed ; The couple started another Sarah Bryan. Coroner. I

-_ aa' afpeal to cfeeait toloaatod.O to ,,riet sad 'pneriaes to ,wee the had been pianteeC;:feat "*ad.sete-! .. a Court ruling that I argument .about dandle Mae Patrolmen B. EL'Baxter J. D.. '

court brought a rslte. tat the ( 8_sae aM N.t Jew .to' .keep. dews. sly"d"1. thp. ,..:.::'?'t : .' the city must: *,open the course to cooking the- fleh. The, witness Austin!' Sgts. G. H. Hurlbert: and.

chargeB. ..were.,. sa,. "'irIr lavetttgated. : oases, & *iiizv*>+.4mvQW illlmii.--\,%*. ,;1: ; -- --. .. .' .: ; colored citizens.' .. said Canady. .threatened his wife J. M. ;Parker investigated. '

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By ERIC O. SIMPSON ,_
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THE BASIC DOCUMENTY

_. MAIN OFFICE &l'LUITs- -. Two Supreme Court decisions stand at the core of the, current*

2Si3 Moncrief Road ....u_......... EL 44782 JSL 44798 In
.... controversy over Integration the public schools of the 8patu
Downtown Branch :Office : 49ft Broad Street These HL 4..S11I'HsJiIIIc' t /' The ftnt...was on May 17, 1954. This reversed a. decision of: :1896

Address: and declared that segregation of school children by race was us-

P. O. Box 561 Jaelaosvtte 1, Florida : .c ?4Lr r constitutional. In so holding the court set a precedent by relying

'I Erie O. Simpson ....................................;,..EdMer .. ',' '. chiefly upon present sociological and psychological aspects of ;the' .
problem. Excerpts from the first decision follow ;r
\ O. "Parham Johnson l.......................,.. ..News Staff
.' I. MAY 17 1954
r Altamae Blchardson .........................Ckcabtttes Dept. -.. : I I at the time of Plessy v. Ferguson -
Our decision
1 this finding is amply, ,
Member of Associated Negro Press cannot turn supported -
by modern authority. Any
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: SUBSCRIPTION' BATES .iiEii on merely a
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language in Plessy Ferguson
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One Year, .00) ; Half Year, fS.OO; Three Hontbs, fLSO X41 : : comparison of contrary to' this finding is re. t

1 k j Mailed To Ton, Anywhere In The T7aUed Stales. !. tangible Jected. ... ;

Subscriptions Payable; m Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To:' a [factors in theN'egr'o We conclude that in the fieldof

FLORIDA.. STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE. 1, FLOfiTDA and public education the doctrine
'; white schoolsInvolved
( *' rl of "separate but equal has no
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in
place. Separate educational facilities .
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I ::1 p tc '. |each of the are inherently unequal.There

NEGRO CITIZENS WIDE. AWAKE. i 't .f -" l [hook cases.instead We must to fare, we hold that the plaintiffs

r are, by reason of the segregation
Th I I :he effect of

PLACE HOPE IN "MIGHTY BAI10T"v i r,. ,ti i e v-SIMPSON segregation self on public it* the equal complained protection of%, deprived the laws of

v guaranteed by the Fourteenth
., education. .
citizens were right on the ball when. It came to criticizing In approaching this problem, Amendment. ..,- '

President Eisenhower before the President took' direct actionIn {.iii f t S S'S we cannot turn the clock back to '
A year after Its 1954 decision
the Little Rock matter, They were somewhat eased however, 1868 when the amendment (the
7 t.ar on segregation, on May 31, 1955,
when he_ orderd placement of the federal .troops to quell the dis. Fourteenth) was adopted or even the Supreme Court, in anotherruUng' _

turbanc s. They landed him for doing what they termed, "his exec s 1 % / to 1898, when Plessy v. Ferguson: decreed the pace and
(the case which produced the
utive duty." method for compliance with it.
but equal" doctrine)
"separate
This took note of "varied local
It is wonderful to see some of our citizens .'came aliveV as ay adopted. We must consider
was "
tl
t school problems, put upon school
history unfolds daily before their eyes, especially where Jt directly / public education in the light of authorities the primary responsibility

concerns THEIR lives future. 7 + and its
and
I its development pres-
0 for solving them, and called
\.But we shudder when upon closer scrutiny we find so many 1., : .- r ept place in American life ,. fora "prompt and reasonable
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citizens of color leaving all of the details of responsibility? upon .9_ 'Vl f I -pili ,-p I Only in this way can it be determined start" toward It left
compliance. _
the]shoulders. of the President' and their national leaders IT WILL NOT HOLD, UNTIL WE REMOVE OUR WEAKEST LINK. if segregation in public to Federal district courts the

>'/"h: JA11 citizens of their commonwealth have a. definite ,responsi- schools deprives these plaintiffsof steps necessary to assume admittance

bilijy;to their families and their local and national governments. .-- the equal protection erf. the of students to public

Negroes.are prone to. let some one else do their:asking, pleadingand laws. schools on a nondiscriminatorybasis

;fighting.: .The, only thing that" most do promptly is "protest and Your 'WeeklyHoroscope Today, education is perhaps the I "with all deliberate speed.**

complain most important function of state I

%Too few realize that the Negro is definitely and absolutely on IWHICH'ARE and local governments. Compulsory I ':
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thee' spot as'.far as national and world opinion goes. Citizens of school attendance laws and Il ,

other:states' 'and....,.nations are wondering how Negroes will supportUnpeople the great expenditures for education I

who- "gc to bat for them. They are on the right side o* YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR both demonstrate, our recognition

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law drrdd\have.. conducted! splendidly, but that Isn't all.j'.There"is BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL of. the importance of education i I

-a/need"for: all organization to register and vote; in our 'democratic society. from, J41teSi&It -

to !;support the man. and the party that Is burdened with your '. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES In these days it is doubtful .' -,

pro b!em.' I say burdened because it 'is' generally known that de ; ----.....:.. --, that any child may reasonably be For Thou art my hope, 0

segregation: problems stem from political ambitions In the North may get the benefit of wanted or SAGITTARIUSBorn expected to succeed in life if he Lord God; Thou art my trusti* ,

o.nd''So th. Bat Negroes mast realize that, their own protection is Born March 21st Thur April 19th unwanted advice and, interesting, I Nov.. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st denied,",the opportunity ofU1 from my fth.-P., 71,"
the; mighty! It Is the stick the of' the 5.)
ballot. an
biggest against bigots Although the ((8th) is the indicator !. letters from you. There is much The ((8th) warns against becoming education. Such opportunity
Soqth.! Organized Southern leadership is planning to raise millions where the state has undertakento In thevigor youth. i
of something 'successfully you can do to enliven your club">; too embroiled in emotion? -one

to 41ghtthe!-" Negroes! ? efforts to gain their constitutional, rights. concluded, there is no ntted for and social environments 'through' al situations that may not be entirely provide itisa right which Inclines to assume th trl1is'!

They ;are attempting to eliminate the Urban League and NAACP, You must be made available to all on .strength will overcome alii
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to distant sheer of
you cease working on personality.46o4g..598646g. your 'own doing. '
arc]well organized and vigorously promoting their Infamous scheme. terms.. obstacles and insure success
equal .
plans and projects. The decisionsyou ., again can benefit from the Advice' ,
WIIAT.: ARE YOU GOING TO DO the without any other help. Butt!
We then to question
come
now make with or for, the and services of friends who are how
|It'was heartening to learn .that two Knoxville College professorsand presented: Does segregation of joyous and useful lifo.
welfare of those who have a 'LIBRA' dedicated to you and your principles will become
a student have started a canvassing project in Knoxville to stake In eventual : is children In public schools solelyon when youth real.
when
conjunct
t
your success Mercury izes the need of
Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd the love of
get/Negroes to qualify as voters by permanent registration. Working the basis of race, even though
are most important. The (13th-( You make, Mars and Jupiter (13h-14th). .i God, and His guidance
can the rest of the and
their time carried 70 downtown and returned and other
on own they persons 14th) confirms that the meeting 1-10-21-23-25-125. the physical facilities His
world help, which arced
them: 'to their homes after registration in a period. of two weeks. of minds and purposes can be sit up and take notice 'tangible" factors may be equal, riven. freely, .

This .is indicative of the type of thinking and action needed for the best thing that happens to all whenever you are so minded. The deprive the children of the minor

Negro America if we are to win the battle for rights. concerned. ((8th) nevertheless urges that you AQUARIUSBorn ity group of equal educational op.
Jan. 20th Thru Feb. 18th.
relegate of: andtasks' ,
/As one leader said, you can not do-anything in a community 7- -77=79-7&-789. ;. some your'powers portunities We believe' that it
to btfiers' The (8th) may be responsiblefor
without people. This is true. But could, it be that the people have. Jvho merit your does .
lost confidence in the who have trust and ,to ; preserve your the pressure on you to makea
men constantly projected themselves v To separate them from othersof I.S YOU
GEMINI ,\ \ decision future
regarding
strength. your
into_ projects which usually wind up with a bad taste In the mouth similar age and qualificationssolely
Born May 21st Thru June 21st 2-40-33=.3931-241.f intentions. Avoid making mis-
for _participants and prospects alike. because of their race generates
,:'We All the signs point to a con. f takes if making purchases, lending NAMEIN
are suggesting that we interest more young people in a feeling of inferiority as
.
tinuation of the exciting events or borrowing when VVenus
,. programs. of this kind, because they are alert and have objective in to their status In the communitythat
and developments of the preced VIRGO squares Pluto (llth).
life which they know they can not, achieve unless in THE
we are a affect their hearts and
Ing.w ek. This is ensured by the Born Aug. 24th Thru Sept. 23rd 8 50-77-49-76-875. may
position to stand and be counted at the
up polls.
((8th). The ((13th and 14th) impels The Full ((8th) is not likely to minds in a way. unlikely ever to

We should place more leadership: responsibility on these young you to take active steps to impede the progress of your financial be undone."A BOOK?
CAPRICORNBorn
Americans so we can build new leadership with vigor and vim. of affects
sense Inferiority
affairs become
obtain desires and although you'
your personal may Dec: 22nd Thru Jan. 19th
They can relieve the stalwarts who have been carrying the burden
the motivation of child to learn.
I to the- welfare of thoseto the ..follower'rather'than the a
promote
for years, The Full Moon gives added evi. .
t whom attached. The leader from here onward. It Segregation with the sanction of
.In substance citizen In you are dence that should neither a-
every this 'commonwealth who desires you
wisdom and of seems desirable to maintain secrecy the law, therefore, has a tendency
the 'privilege of First Class citizenship should make .an nnnsna experience your bandon your objectives nor try to retard the educationaland **% .
mate or other intimate be whenever, possible and to devote
effort<< ; to participate in the movement to oust the bigots from may to achieve them through forceful
mental of
drawn to advantage a part of your gains toward development Negro ,
upon great
powerful positions In our local and national ,legislatures.&ThU .- your measures. You have everything to **
children and to them of
if the need. the advancement of your favorite deprive 1SflM
Is the time to GET UP AND REGISTER SO YOU CAN you see gain when your economic ties are
9-70-22-68-23-972 causes or chariable institutions. some of the benefits they would r
,
VOTE. solid and the accumulation of
The possibility to earn and to receive in a racially integrated
i .Do like the In Knoxville. fried material cash resources
people Take a along and urgeothers spend substantial amounts of or prOceed school system..".

to do the same thing : TAURUS .. .... .' along uninterrupted. The (13 Whatever have been'the
money .makes it desirable to may
f Born April 20th Thru May 20th th-14thj) reveals that success, cannot
extent of
know'exactly-Where it Is going so psychological knowledge
The (8th) accents the need of elude those who are deter.
__.__ as to keep the ,books in balance.. .. .
keeping clear of the limiting fac mined to strive until victory is
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.1"i 4b0'SAWdD on."t'I torsIn your life and to .strive discreetly '. theirs

: I as wen as devotedly for : 140883786146.. '

the 'betterment of service and :SCORPIO i,. ], .

health conditions. '
Risky gamblesor Bom Oct. 24th Thru-Nov. 22nd PISCES ,
adventures' are I
not
recom The Pun Moon confirms that Barn Feb 19th' Thru'March 20th

iZ mended. The '(((13th-Hth) ushersin would The extent of'the -wisdom '.and
you and ,,
serve'your present ,
new opportunities for services : ) (This Is the second in a series ,of letters., received, by THE ...J
long-range interests used determinethe .
best if
$ you Imagination, .wUI.
I FLORIDA STAB from "White Citizen"
a stating
needed or offered enlghtment! In
take all the .steps at your disposal size*ef the ,returns, according
his views on,the segregation: problem.J .
a more healthful way' of life and .
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to eliminateb limitating factors to the 12th. It always; ,cautious 'The -'Florida. Star? :'. --
major in ward '
improvements '
your in, your, life..Thehackgrou0dserves to secure the consent of your P. O. Box 561 that"you should get'in the com.muhlty. .'..
robe. Unusual skills become
'valuable': ; extremely you more successfully- in closest friend to prevent ,:friction Jacksonville, Florida < Why aren't your streets,f

conducting business, ypfl 3 SO ii 10 43 354.
financial afflrs. .private, investment serious consequences.; The ( 3th- Dear Mr. Simpson: treated better by the authorities.

or a confidential and profitable 14th) enables you to arrive at a and civic leaders.I '
I was to read in .
pleased
conclusion very
arrangement may be work. definite agreement or
CANCER am to I can'tanswer
ed out on the13th14th.. The regarding joint holdings, invest,' the newspapers recently of the sorry say ".
Born June 22nd that to that
Thru July 22nd except say
Increase In enrollment of
the
The strength you gain from economic ments and career matters. Constructive some and'civic "leaders
pleasant which politicians
message Negro Colleges) In Florida and in
alliances is accented, suggestions abound. ;'
highlighted the previous quarter are more concerned with the "al
Y 5-20- -19 65-526. i 140-88--37- 6-146. the south.I .
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may practically be quoted word mighty dollar" than they are of
firmly believe that this
for word to this yearn human .
cover period. decency and democracy.Give
GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957 for higher education is the answer
The Moon, late on the 8th, shows us a chance to educate
that Use this coupon. Lea u more about yoaneU. Send 10 cents (one for your people, especially the
something concrete shouldbe
l that small percentage of "white
dIme In coin) for each -horoscope ordered by maD. Include self younger generation. Give them a
settled
before then. After that, I southern citizens" who
addressed, stamped envelope. Write plainly. ThIs offer does Dot apply better education, and let them seem .to
It be just a matter of ex.
may have hotd'over' the politicians
a
to residents of the dominion of OJn8l'1rp \. I come out of college with a desire ,
i plcIUng your gains'and advan- .. J and give us a chance to clean up ,

Lagos and collecting your dues. : ':for better living conditions and some "dirty politicians" wad I
w.roIDAAR: AsTRoLOGER
U .. 8- -89-98-898. "equal rights" and there Isn't a believe you win see a new south
iw power on earth that can stop
I P. O. BOX, 561 I II dedicated to serving God and the
them. Not even the Ku Klux ,
Et JACKSONVILLE 1, FLA. I country
LEO I In my first letter to you I
I And again may I urge you to'
Born July 23rd Thru Aug. 23rd Name .w. ... stated that the majority of the I I stress the need for higher education .

Although important decisions. .. .,.. "white citizens" in Jacksonville : for
your young people.Help "
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should be made before the (8th), Address I ,are.for". and not "against" any them to realize the terrific rerponslbflity .
there wig be no lack of occasionsto '
,
ir-.' organization which has as its that rests upon their

I I- coaso&fcLte\ sad' even add to I Qty; kJ;. 1 1se State I purpose the advancement of your I!shoulders, to advance their standards
your previous M. Pass .the
ga up ." <. people. You might take issue with of living and advance their

=- -- lure of extravagance' adventure I ,of_l rth .'. .,: -,<,- _4 ,-, I me en that statement and ask position in the
community and
y'jrUh: L'I'I aad games on the' llth when ... .... ._ ..... .. why tbea, do younot get the in the 1 1A ..
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marea,' Plato... J.Yoar, frteds. : .ttttte., ..:r._ : ...i" 'tttttt.: ; tto.'ttrtttt.: .____ .J .cooperation and representation l" :'.t :.: -WHITE; 'CTTJZEN" .

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FASHION SHOLSCIIFAUULED." MINUEITE SOCIAL -.N--; SAVING CLUB MEMBERS I

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FOR NEW STANTON fflGH'SCHOOL' ; T'1II..TT1e '!

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4 with hatU stewart Milton HOOd, popular stn 1ger and promoter of .Jacksonville, will
"L.d 4e-da e. 'tis autumn" Is the present his first annual Million Dollar Fashion Show Friday night,
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song. running through my mind these f 1 Z', fC days now that the air has a little ; _
Senior High School 1149 West 13th Street 4e
L different darker hues be'hg 4' <; .
feeling and are For this affair, a number of ,
2*' donned by dazzling dasssels. Sweaters beautiful models from throughoutthe .--l.-. = .
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and skirts are coming out of mothballs state are to appear and dls-, PRINCIPALS IN

"and 'suitweather" Is on its way. Isn't It play the latest stunning styles for

; finny how women always think of the the FaIl Season of 1957-58. FASHIOJ HOV/ ...
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_'""cbange'of seasons in relation to wearing Featured model will be Mrs

apparel, for every male animal Is familiar Barbara Bentley, who a few

:.*rm sure, with the feminine whine of rJA I'I months ago was crowned "Miss ,\r. t \ c

:,;r!'Oh,.,what will'"I wear?" But then that Brewster Hospital for 1957" and Y,.

very fact Is a part of what makes a ...% :?;,, a one of the -city's best dressed-
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V woman completely feminine-her vanity, her constant striving to look young matrons Mrs. Maggie '.. ..
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',her best, and doing something with her- hair.that's "different" and Aarons will model hats from the \t .Ck., *..t.
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'1 reflects her personality. And the men, God bless them, put up with Cohen Brothres' French Room ,
.us and are constantly trying to supply the "pretty things" we Millinery Department. .:: v\ ? \ )

like' so much and feel are necessities and not luxuries. But enough Out-of-town models will be Mrs. "

.. 'of seasons, suit-weather, and songs for I do have some news to Bernice Smith from Jasper Mrs. ,

'pass 'along-, Jessie Lee Baisden of Miami, Mrs .: ':.it :
'r r. e t a a. i* Ruth Allen of Sanford, and Mrs.

The Staff of TIlE FLORIDA STAB had a unique opportunity Pinkie Price of Orlando, also :Mrs. :: ". .. \

;-.to .Jet their hair down at a Press Banquet and general get-together Laura Wynn of Washington, D.C. k. A

held at The Eldorado Club, Tuesday Nlte. The Public Relations Representing Jacksonville will ::...

,,Deptat" FABIU headed by Charles J. Smith .m extended the Invl. be Mrs. Ozzie B. Williams of the I SAVING CLUB SOCIALIZES The Mlnuette :>OC.al and Saving Club met in the home of Mrs

,. tation and the entire staff enjoyed themselves thoroughly at this Business and Professional Women .v avx M .Fg. Elizabeth Dean, 643 Court D. Those present are seen from left: Mrs. Mattte Foster, Mrs. Elizabeth

affair. The banquet was well attended-by all Interested in making Club, YWCA, Mrs. Myrtle :Means, Dean, airs. Beatrice Johnson, Mrs. Annie Bell Lucas; 2nd Row standing are: Mr. Haywood Johnson,
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the Clue and Gold Tilt a big success here in Jacksonville. Mrs. Ruby Kilpatrick, Mrs. Alice : Mr. Willie Crawford, Mr. Thomas Wiggins and Mac Henry Riley; 3rd Row standing are: Mr. Roland
*4 a a a a a o a a a a I' Johnson, Mrs. Vivian Copeland, ; : *. Wilson, Mr. Leon Davis, Mr. Jessie Allen and 31 r. Tommie Thomas. Not shown Is! Mr. Amos Street

All of you "Hi-Fi" Fans will be interested to know that Mrs. Mrs. ,Carrie Trapp Brown, Mrs. ... who is also a member.
arrabs:
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/Elaine Le Sesne entertained in her home with a "Hi-Fi Party" and Mildred Hood-Davis, Mrs. Katie w -- .
: all present enjoyed "digging some weird sounds." Such platters as Graves; Mrs, Gladys Smith, Mrs. IN STYLI; SHOW ")Os.. "

Andre Previn and Shelley Mann's .album with exerpts from "My Fair Eula Bell Thornton, Mrs, Janie Brews er Hospital of 19:>7" is the : Y'GHTS

... Lady" and George Shearing's latest "Black Satin". Album were spun Cannon Mrs. Delphinia Mainor title gained by Miss Barbara .: .-: OPEN.F ID : SFiancees -
will be. one II I-
above who
at this affair. These present included Mr. Samuel Lewis, Mrs. Brinson, Mrs Vermeil Glover Bentley, ., .
ot models featured In the
Gwendolyn" Stewart, :Mr.: Willie Johnson, Mrs. Myra Wilson. and a Mrs. Mable Macon Morse. Mrs. the I ._......._.. .... <;,'i.,_ .. .e.-. .. .-. '. .
Show" .y
"Million Dollar .
host of others including yours truly Rosalie Conyers, Mrs. Virginia sponsored .. Y'F :, ., .
"t" inton Hood.'Miss: has I '
:e a a. a a a a ,a a sr a s Freeman, Mrs. Gladys Moseley, by Bentley -- .. '
f' The Kardettes Bridge Club which is composed of a group of Mrs. Leola Calhoun, Miss Freddie had considerable experience in the ; i" jfAAAAAAAAU
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fashion world and is an engagingand ) .
young women who are striving to live up to the rules of Goren Lee Evantz, Messers John Grip. :

.and" Culbertson, plan to have their next. meeting Saturday at the per, Henry Bailey. James Kinsey,. clt: ran:ng personality. :. :

I home or Mrs. Sybil Butler. Samuel Anderson, Ernest Crosby, a a a a aeuk..t /

a s a aa a a a a a i and Vernon May of New York ".!..... 1.<.'...... .v.. '...
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,..' 'The Jacksonville Amateur Golfer's Guild held- their monthly City. :" .
; meeting at the Country Club Wednesday rite Host for the evening Juvenile fashion will be modeledby it I

-was Mr. Otis Spates. President of this thriving organization is Dr. Deborah Robinson, Patricia A' NEW ,STYLE TO THRILL YOU

"'Elwood "Homie" Banks, who is assistant principal of New Stanton Ann Crawford, Beverly Colson, AND FLATTER YOUR FOOT a

High School. The club now has an active membership of 30 golfers Frank Curtis, Jr., and Frankie IN BLACK SUEDE OR' BLACK '

f-:*although-. rated as amateurs play a definitely professional game. Griffin. PATENT LEATHER.

'., /The Entro Nous Bridge Club met last Saturday evening at the Proceeds from the affair will ,

home of Miss Mozelle Bruton. A delectable supper consisting' of benefit the building fund drive $1295 :: .

deviled crabs, pineapple, carrot, gelatin salad, buttered whole beets, cf the Day Spring Baptist Churchof -- ;

hot rolls, Ice box lemon pie and coffee was served by the hostess. which Mr. Hood Is a member.In m : .'
:1 The beautiful and useful bridge prizes consisting of a variety connection with the event,

;i of 'hand-painted serving trays were awarded by :Miss Bruton. 1st Mr. Hood will give away to some

;prize:Mrs Lillie Belle Blackshear 2nd prize, Mrs. Ruth N. Myers, i lucky person' a portable television HOWARDS SHOE STORES

!" "consolation; prize, Mrs Helen Hart. ., I set. ChM
The guest of the evening was Mrs. Queen Bruton, sister-inJaw Advance tickets are now on .
yot the'-hc tess. The members of the: cluband guest departed de sale: at the Hollywood Music 215 LAURA STREET 1177 EDGEWOOD AVEL1SHADOW : '

--:.claring'Ml& Bruton an ideal hostess.: Store 605 West Ashley Street,

'v. The popular Hellenisians Bridge Club was entertained recentlyby Bubber's Coffee Shop on West

Mrs. Lillie Allen at Club Eldorado. First, second, third and Ashley Street, Milton's GuestHouse .

consolation prizes were_won by Mrs. Leona Bennett, Evelyn Barnes, 1 ..., 836' West Church Street
Geraldine. Jones ad Bernice Hamilton, respectively. Guests at the Buster Ford's Confectionery on
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affair were Mrs; Gertrude Styles, Mrs. Eleanor Gay, Mrs. Clementine i East Union Street/ and Willie
Banks, Mrs. Zelma Johnson and Mrs. Mildred Hampton, who won I Smith's Drug Store at Third and I MILTON HOOD OF GRAYHAIR

the guest prize. I Florida Avenue. e .presents annual show ,
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.1,, _ORIEMT- I. About People I !! 4




Mr. Billy Linwood is passing the First Armored Division. Pvt.

t r out cigars these days for he Is Davis is a recent graduate of V tr

,:_ : .... 2 3 4A 6 7 < the proud owner of an heir pre New Stanton S a High a a School.a :. i :h ffttii:1' : !

; sented to him last Tuesday by I
i-t':" "TTOU can lure fun figuring out your message from the orient his wife who is the former Miss The Rev. J. C. Sams, pastorof
Y : JL y use of this pleasant little letter punle. U the number of ;
,,,= ? letters-In your first name is 5 or less subtract from 7. U more Barbara Holland. The little fellow First Baptist Church. 1027 EtNH1C LarieUSeJ 1
tnan S letters la your first name subtract from 13. New take tills returned to his pulpit .
;: result and find your key letter tot the word ORIENT at the top' of tipped the scales at. 7 lbs. 10 ozs. Jessie Street .,
this puzzle. JThen, starting at the upper left comer, check each use a a a a a after. ,attending the. 77th annual >, .'. ;
t : er your lame key: letters as it appears from left to right Below the .. >( .
1 .' letters. is a code messac for yeu.i. ." Mrs. Mary Cleveland of 1419 session of the National Bap- .-.- ,: .. t

Madison ,St continues ill in her tist Convention in LoS Angeles, .,'.:' l 1 .-
j-i .E 0 N I R TO. N T E R 1'0Ha home. Her many friends wish i for Calif. He. was;elected first vice "t :'f. ,f
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> : !1J .' iT R 0 R N E R---: IT. l' t her a speedy recovery. president of a a the,a a a .:''... 'd ..'. >" ', '..3t'1.f.. '.,. ,," '.J '"
r. 'Q7'': u p I -I e do_ u_e r' Je a t' a a a a a : "' i' :';:
r' ::: '0 R E I T. N "O. T I 'E! R R N Pvt. Torrence C. Davis, son Mrs. .Marie-Hodgen of 1519 W.6th' +;. .,.. ; 't'' ;;
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tl R.'J- 07'7N--E-T" : : : t--E 11' rT'-O-R of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Davis'at St. Is ill in the Brewster .. '
J___ .. Hospital. 'Mrs. Hodges is a member :- > ."<,.,, ',- ';'" .
-:;. n p.. n.. m ot 'p --n t n e r 26th street and Myrtle avenue, .
"." ..{ N. I .R 0 : T. _. E T.R, : I. 0- N E E completed his basic training recently of -The Gladiola Ladles, The : .; + 4rase +
0 t t r .fir'. 1 0_d 1 t e a 'Ladies and Wide .' ) ,/
I R N 0 T-E T R OINEotl at Fort Jackson, S. C. He Nightingale '. .. "
U -J e.- rr f.._.. .... e :.. v. r. n." na_ t C is presently ,stationed at Fort Awake Ladies Clubs. ;i ,':;. 4. .' t. .,,:rfli' :
'\ .: i; T, 0 R E--N.,. l-N-R-O-T a .-o: a a a oJ '" .r .
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'- .? I ET Polk, La., where he will be given + .' "J.J j. :j>-uf' .
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advanced specialized training with Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Sam are ..... .. ; .
the proud parents of a baby boy, .. l' ,'
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Wesley Sam; born Sept. 19 in l'

Brewster HospitaL! The baby 1 ,..,.y,
weighed 8 Ibs. 10 ozs. Mr.' and # 4 p #
Mrs. Sam reside at '754 W. P "
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Church St. 4 ;
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Mr. axd Mrs. P. J. Jenkins hare : ,
announced the -arrival of* 'a new ,

I heir born last week in 'Brewster Step out into the bright world of youth'with j just one application j

L HospitaL .Their. baby; boy .weighed :N ., of Godefro/s famous. Larieuse I-t itcoIorhi'g. Gray, faded:hair 1lT 's :

,- ." a bouncing 9 Ibsi; Congratulations y 4'tis.. g one,..and in its place-long i .Iatmg-.color. with the deept Y tAtIC :r

to the proud, parents. ", .5 silky glow that takes years off jour I.o b' even makes you i !:

,eo a a a a a .".. -; /eel younger-every time you glance in-,.a.mirror. If J .
Army 1st Lt Robert L. Rollins : : Ns
son of Mrs.,;SybilRoliins; 218 W ." Modern, Larieuse is easy ?apply Don't wait an o' erlda' =.gire' ", "" .'.; l'

143th' .Street New York City, re.ceitlY your hair'the vibrant, glowing look: of youth. as love! *is. this .J ,
r :( returred"with his, unit to professional model. with Larieuse! r S : 7 "......, > t i ,

Fort Ward; Wash' from Red Canyon 9"e1152
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-; ;; Firing.Range" > N. M,. where JUST FOLLOW THESE 3 EASY STEPS ".-' .
he .participated in annual practicecf
; 'the NIKE :AJax guided missile.

Lt, Rollins is a platoon leader I.-X14. b S

in the 513th Antiaircraft. Artillery

,. .. Battalion's 'natte 5 B. He enteredthe : A "
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Army In 1952 .and was laststationed 18fg9rgeouT
..... tiMTN'G Members of' : ..4,, : I -at ITert J t lustrous blondes, ezc /ing'j.
Bliss Tex.
aro seeif prep:ring 1 or-the. tnt which takes1 place October '24 at the Jacksonville BaH Park nams.j He Is 1D52, of I I.ShampoohcJrthorovb-.Apply CodefroLor; 3. After iobr: boa,Beret. reJs'r' brouytt ordeep

'45t1i :,'Schoei, FrOm Left; Is.professor Ja iQirgrett,:.$rj, Principal of .the '464 Street School; a graduate Florv .'.. p*.-* lr..As ttdrf,. UCooolK3r! .aauv flatviaftLtcks <' > ,
-Jlrs..Iris HKKOX, Counselor*:45th St.; Julian w Walton,' Coach 45th St.; Chester-R. Oowart, Prin- ida Aand-- MrUniversity.* HiswifeVertla :. fro'storieus.asdractad$ tor dvdecf ti.p..c..2.Pgf; yOT fj t. *f'., ; ,. _. ,JlHODEFROY "or
Jivesin Bremerton Wash.Continued .
clpal, Douglas Anderson; James P. Schell; Chairman of TJcket Sales;. Mrs. Pauline Davis, Chairman a a a, a MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 3510 OLIVE STREET,' ST LOUIS 3, MISSOURI
of the Committee, ; Nathaniel S. Washhigton, Coach bf Douglas Anderson, footbaB Squ d.,: -. -' ..--- '
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I -Second Baptist To Observe Men's Day 'October" 20' I






; 1 '. DR. R. W. PURYEAR TO SPEAK .?
YOUTH GUIDANCE PROGRAM f: .

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During the summer one of St. Paul's faithful members came i f'7" ? x..t .. 'Second Baptist Church, 954 Kings Boad wm observe Its annual

rep with the Idea of bringing the youth together during the.week. ii&{ :' Men's Day activities Sunday, October 20, beginning with Sunday

for: a tie in program of guidance, which would actually bridge the '. '
;jfsjl: between the Sunday School and A.C.E. League's Sunday pro tf-:: ., The .men, under the leadership '"

grams. The idea was submitted by Mrs. A. M. Scruggins, who has of Bennie Sloan, are exercising C. M. Vaught Lucius CChester

tilbr several. years worked with the Youth Department.Officers .. every Interest toward perfecting Johnnie Holder John Gray and
elected are: Mrs. :WI. 454-,. Ill.3.o. F plans for this day in churchdomand the activities of the Sunday

'1k cI ,Scruggins, Chairman; Miss Training and Entertainment will the program committee, with school, and In charge of the Bap.
tist Training Union activities win
Alexander Heard chairman
ZtteJJe Williams Vice Chairman; be given. The program will be as ,
open to all yaung'people, and and the contact committee chairman be Alexander Heard, Aaron Jack.
Mrs Dorothy Williams, Secre- 'Bernest Cook have made' son, F. Henry Williams, Thomas,
solicits the aid of any adults who ,
tvy;; Mr. Andrew Boston, Treasurer. are willing to give time, and talent : J fr ;iiii successful connections, assuring Daniels, :J. A. Smith, Bernest

Mesdames Luvenla Solomon, In the program. Already the IL them of a worthwhile presentation. Cook, Willie Cook, and George

mod E. L. George were chosen group has been entertained at a Morissette.

guidance councilors Music, Mrs. wiener roast and movies at the Prominent religious and civic A musical program by the male

Erma:Bryant. Games Mrs.: Flos church. personalities of this city also chorus and a brief address will

vie Weaver, and Miss Dorothy Other Individuals participating neighboring communities will ap highlight the evening hour with

King. Religious Education lead.i in the program Include Mrs. B. pear and heading the lise Is Dr. Harry Simmons, Aaron Jackson,

en, Miss Virginia Harper and I Baucom Mrs. Dorothy Bacon U.I R. W. Puryear, president of the and Johnnie Holden In charge of

Mrs. Modenia CottrelLThe I Florida Normal -and Industrial music.
S. McNeil, Mr. Earl Williams, W.
name St. Paul A.MJ3. D. Sweet Mrs. V. Jones, Mrs. L Memorial College at St. Augus Friedsare Invited to attend

Youth Guidance Council was C. Davis, Mrs. Lillian Davis Miss __ __. ..... -.. =' .....;.:w'I: : tine.The .... these Men's Day services

**vn_ The council will seek to LUlie Coppock, Mrs. Violet Bat- ]IT. OLIVE MEMBERS MEET Members of Olive met recently and made plans toward '"a. men of Second Baptist Thomas Williams publicity com.

corral young people of the com- ties, and Mr. Alexander CottrelLThe better Church" Those convening: with the program-planning committee were as shown: From left, Mrs. take pride in presenting Dr. Pur. mittee chairman.

enmity for one or more nights next. meeting Is scheduled far M. L. B. Story, Mrs. Odessa Wiggins, !Ir. Robert Wiggins, Mrs Lola Webb, president, Deacon James year as the messenger for the

daring-.the week in the ChurchRecrtatlon Sunday Oct. 13, immediately Webb, Leader and Deacon Willie Jessie. Standing are: Sirs. Amanda Collins, Mrs. Clarice Bealson, Mr. morning worship and he is definitely MRS SADIE TILLIS

rooms. There, different after Sunday School. Levi Simmons, airs. Ethel Maker, Mrs. Edith Turner, Mrs Retha Mae Lang, and Rev. H. L. Jenkins. an excellent choice for SPEAKS FOR WOMENOF

phases of Religious Educational I their initial observance.The .
Rev. Dr. K. D. Britt, pas SAINT MATTHEW

USHERS TO SPONSOR REV. FRANK JONES I ASSOCIATION! ST. PAUL AMECONDUCTS .1 tor of Second Baptist will present .

FORUM SCHEDULED TALENT PROGRAM PLANS DISTRICTMEETING FORUMSt. the speaker.The Mrs. Sadie Tillis will be the

A'rl Rev. E. H. Howell. the principal speaker during the
AT ST. PAULThe
MT. ARARAT CHURCHThe MONDAYThe TO CONVENEAT Paul A1Church League Rev. L. J. Hall; the Rev. C. W. morning worship at St. Matthew

will hold the regular monthly fo Miller the Rev. E. G. Harris, and Baptist Church on West 28th

regular Monthly Forum of combined usher boards of Rev. Frank Jones preside rum at the church on Oct 20 at the Rev. A. Moses will service Street for the annual Women's
ffSt Paul's Christian Endeavor is ing elder ,of the South Jackson.
Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will NEW HOPEThe 5 p. m.The the pulpit. Day celebration Sunday, Oct. 27.
scheduled: for Sunday Oct. 20 at ville Distrit AME Church has
sponsor "Ushers Talent Night"Oct. ACE League monthly fo. Mrs. Etta Brooks will also appear
5 p. m. This session win signal called all pastors, local ministers,
18 in the church auditorium. during the service.
Women's Convention program rum began in 1953' during the DISTRICT 21 PLANSQBSERVANCE
the beginning of the fifth year of missionary workers and one delegate
.these popular discussions carried Some of the participants are: from each church of the district of the Emanuel Baptist Association pastorate of the Rev. D. A. Rus AT Speaker for the evening service
Mrs. Josephine Brown, Mrs. Cor. will begin Oct 24. at sell. The first forum was conduct.. will be Mrs. Aldonia Joyner. The
to
on monthly as part of the program meet Monday at 8 p.m., in
of St. Paul's Allen C. E.Leagua ine Williams Mrs. Johnnio Pat Union Community AME Church New Hope Baptist Church :Marietta ed by Carey Adams, now a divinity MOUNT ARA'RATDistrice eveniny service will begin at 7.
terson Mrs. Lucille Banks, Mrs. Mrs. student Boston Mrs. Watkins
Everson and Beaver streets. with the president at Univer- is servingas
:
Leola Morris and others., Sarah L. Rice presiding at 8 aon. deavor seeks to fill that need. No. 21 of Mt.: Ararat general chairman of the day's
The speaker for this occasion Plans will be enacted for the
A prize will be given the board Subject topics .are: The Devotion. sity. Baptist Church will observe its activities.
is well known in Jacksonville annual conference which begins at
,
with the largest attendance Rob al Life of Christian Leaders" and President Alexander Cottrell, anniversary Sunday at 3 p. m. in
and school circles around the Mt. Olive AME Church Oct. 30.
,ert Monroe, president of Usher "God's Wealth and Ours." Thursday who fostered the idea for a partof the auditorium of the church.
state. :Mr. Hawkins Is also
known Virgil will ;Board 3, Is chairman of the program afternoon devotions will beconducted the program said, "It Is my belief The anniversary sermon will be MUSICAL TEA SET

member nationally.him for his Many unsuccessful re- which is being given for [LEGION POSTS PLAN by Mrs. A. P. Walker that the youth of today, be delivered by the pastor, the Rev. FOR SUNDAY AT 4

efffcrta to enter the the benefit of the building fund. and Mrs. Ethel Anderson at 2pm. ing increasingly exposed to diverse Dallas J. Graham. Music will be
University DISTRICT MEETThe
The deacons wives demonstration sources of information both furnished choir 4-B and
of Florida for several years. Mr. by No. A musical tea will be presented
Hawkins Is an Interesting will be conducted by good and'eviJ., should certainly Gospel Chorus. Sunday from 4 to 6 pjn. In the
speaker USHERS 'TO OBSERVE 5th Division of the 11th Mrs. Addie Hayes.: be
given opportunity to hear and
Imd will deal with the theme Appearing on the program will social hall of St Joseph Method.
District of the department of Friday at. 8 leadership
-Our Role in the Present Crisis. ANNIVERSARY AT p.m. discuss the Christian point of be Mrs. Josephine Brown Mrs. 1st Church, Jessie{ and Spearing
Florida American Legion will training classes by Mrs. S. King
view. must learn that Christianity
They
Ada Starkes Mrs. M. K. Gibson, streets, In behalf of the Women'sDay
Preceding Mr. Hawkins' discourse SECOND BAPTISTUsher meet Sunday Oct 13 at 9 R ,. and Mrs. Ethel Baker. General is. an intelligent: pratical
drive.
Mrs. Eunice Graham Mrs. Eula '
,
several musical selections at the ,recreation center at r"** -ections and ,reports at 2:30 p.m. insured of living in this complex ,
way M. Young and the deaconS' of the A musical will be .
wilt be rendered by some of the Jackson- program presented
Board 1 of _Second Bap. and Mt. Herman sts.;, T all auxiliaries. The annualS society.- The Christian En- '
.
church. at 8 the
cift"JI; talented artists. Post 197 will be host post to '" '- "_l be held at the .close of Monday pjn. at
tist Church will observe Its 54th '" .. C. Parham Johnson who will church featuring talent of the
visiting posts from Daytona. .. : TX' .**,i Evening worship will
Anniversary Oct: 28 in the church .latka New serve as master of ceremonieswill past, present and future:
Smyrna St. Augustine -eja at, 7:30:: ,prnwith; Mrs. W. ASSOCIATION .
FOR DRIVER'SLICENSES auditorium, beginning at 8 pjn. and Deland. Q. Rogers: and,Mable Smith in be introduced by Deacon Lo Admission is free, but a: silver

i The group is under the leader. This Is ,the midwinter confer. charge.. ,, '. renzo Conway.FOUNTAIN. offering will be taken. This program -

and Saturday at 10:30.a.m.. memorial I SCHEDULED FOR is also in behalf of' the.
Or Learning To Drive ship of Mrs. Mary K Heard. ence visiting legionnairesand
hour with Mrs. A. Gibbs and CHAPEL Women's Day drive.ACTIVITIES .
auxiliary members of the division
AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL The Rev. R. H. Wilson pastorof '
are promised an interest.. p.V.. Walker in charge. The
: AME CHURCH ENDS
Bethel Baptist, Church, will deliver
>!Q14-0639.1131 W. 5th St. I ing program presenting the latest youth hour will be conducted Sun. FIRST BAPTIST '
AT
Ceo. L. the anniversary sermon. The f in veterans affairs. District. Commander day afternoon followed by reports DUAL OBSERVANCE
Perpena Dir ,.
ushers and choirs .of Bethel will y
and announcements. ST. PHILLIPS
Joe Brooks of Gainesvilleand I
serve Other outstanding personalities I executive committeeman A. The East Florida and Bethany The Dual Observance of men OUTLINED
in the.city will participate.An and women of the Fountain Chap. .
D. Davis of Palatka, will be .
present Baptist Assn., will convene in
H.C.DONALDSaY' invitation has been extendedto reporting on affairs. SINGERS PLAN el AME Church will terminate "

,Now Is The Time other boards in the city to All members of district Post 197 are First Baptist Church in its 64th Sunday. October 13th. Mr. Tom St. Phillips Episcopal Church
.
To attend.Honors will be to annual session Oct. 2327. has planned: the calendar activities
Buy A 57 Pontiac given asked to be present. Daniels is chairman for the men
We're Now the board with the largest attendance ANNIVERSARY for the fall season and the
Dealing .' "Christian Stewardship and the who will have full charge of the
: 'J" Willard Morris, commander. plans have been approved by the
For 44 I
Models In The Obligations Attached" Is the Morning Service. Sunday School
I
Vestry of the church. The follow
Low Price Field will begin at 9:30 a. m. The Consecration
'' REV. HUGHES TO theme and will discussed by ing activities are' to be carried
Demonstrations Sundaysor The ..:ministration bullding at SUNDAY OCT. 20 Service will begin at
the Reverends E. R. Simpson C.
out by all church organizations:
Florida A and ,M located ,
Weekdays University, PREACH AT DISTRICTANNIVERSARY' 11:00: a. m. with Rev. Olds delivering .
i C. Daniels A. J. Hughes.The The Annual Parish Meeting &
at the, of S, Boulevard
When Buying A PontiacBe corner The Heavenly Fire Gospel, Sing. the message.
Street and Palmer Avenue Reverends J: .L. Han, J. Supper takes place October 23 at
Sure To Ask For ers Will feature the Golden Jubilee At 3 p. m. a visiting minister
faces west.: J. Jones W. C. Neal, C. ,a 7:00 p.m Vestrymen of the
H. C. Donald Singers of -Valdosta, Georgiaat and congregation will render
The Rev. A. J. Hughes, pastorof Brown, K. D. Britt W. M. Hill ser church'.have charge of tickets for
BILL SMITH their anniversary celebrationat vice.. This is sponsored by 'Rev.
Florida the Saint John Baptist Church and H. H. Wright: will give the this affair.
Art at
Carnegie galleries the Elks Auditorium '
PONTIAC SundayOct. F. W. Jones for the benefit of
will preach the 13th anniversary sermons. The Every Member Canvass be.
A and lo-
M Universiy are 9' m.
8911iJtes 20 at p. the men.Mrs. .
2118 Ave EX
Kings 'sermon for District 28 of Second October 27. This
gins canvass
caed In the building which for The Golden Jubilee Singerswill "University of Christ" as poretrayed
: EL 20S6 L. Daniels will be chair
Baptist Church Wednesday Oct. will continue November
through
merly served as the university In the four gospels, will
come to the city highly
J H. C. Donald man for the' women in this ob-
library facility. 16, at 8 p. m. In the auditorium recommended as spiritual group be the subject for the Orthodox 17. ,
:of the church.. servance. Sunday night the women The Annual Bazaar Is scheduled
and talented to singwith the hour, with the Rev. G. T. McCaD,
i The Rev. Hughes Is not only best ,In the business. They hold St Matthews; the Rev. H. H. will have complete charge to begin November 13 and win

U I ARTHRITISRHEUMATISM I I a fluent and Intellectual speaker many singing records through. Robinson, St. Mark; the Rev. J. ;of planned the 7'p.at m.this service time, A with programis be held two days, Wednesday and

i who Is noted for his rich and fer. out Georgia Florida and other C. Sams, st. Luke and the Rev.R manyof Thursday.The .

NEURITIS SCIATICA I vant sermons, but'he Is also a states In the south. ; H. Wilson, St. John. the city's leading artists ap. Rev T. Vincent Harris Is
pearing.Colexnan Rector of the Church. Miss Lucille .
gifted singer making personal It has been the custom of the The Rev. R. W. Jackson will

New Prostrate Gland Treat eat For Prostrate appearances ,as soloIst. He will Heavenly Fire Singers to strive give an address from the subject"Foreign J. Glymp, stenographer, and
Library at Florida A Mr. Elwood J. Banks, Director of
be accompanied by one of his
Sufferers Hemorrhoids '(Piles) Safe Approved to bring a better program each Mission" as given in and M University faces east Public Relations.ASTHMA .
choirs and one of his usher boards
year than the previous one. The the book of Acts and, Dr. R. W.
NoB-Surgical Treatments Stomach and Colon win serve. last wfll addresscon1ernng
anniversary year was considered Puryear give an
Other personalities of the city who the activities of Florida
good by those were
Dfecrders Yelding to New Treatment.If supporting the program win be' : ?
in attendance but In bringing Normal and Industrial Memorial -

yon suffer the aches, pates and discomforts of any of the Mrs. Minnie S. Thomas who will the Golden Jubilee Singers to the College.

following conditions CONSULT THE CLINIC) TODAY serve as mistress of ceremonies.She city it win be an added feature. In addition to various soloists

Aatferitij Neuritis, Sciatica, Articular. Baetaaattsa, Lsabago, will be Introduced "by Mrs. Supporting the program will be and choral groups choirs from SHORTNESS

Gout Stomach disorders Systemic Acidity. Prostate BtoeasepBfeHMoiary Leila White, Dr. C. S. Williams, the. best of- the lot among local Second Baptist Antioch St. = -
'fcabafaace., Ducttes Gba Bta- State president, of the Christian
state) Bulocrtee talent. Every group appearingwill Thomas Springhffl First Baptistand
order, Malfunction of Thyroid CTniH Diabetes (P V'''''1tlrssr Endeavor League and publicity be carefully, picked. All participants First Baptist Jacksonville OFBHEXTH?

; i) Bladder Disorders (Eleaaeatary State), Bfeey Blf.T rlll.! director of the African Methodist are weh': known personalities. Beach win be heard during the .
era
: b'levoad Disorders, Enervation High Blood Pre, GaB ..... Episcopal Church, and the Reve. five day meeting.The .

: err Btsorden Rectal Disorder, Colon 'Disorders, Protojos of Co- rends E. H., Howell L. J. Hari NO MATTER WHAT YOU =
host church win present a
( I-' Systemic: Toxemia Gores Debffity, ftBgratee' Beeaacbet, C. W. Mffler, DISTRICT No. IS Wednesday .HAVE TRIE*-
pre-opentng program
t a-Mpatlon, Colitis, liver, Tro&Ue, Jaoadice! 8&aa Tre&Me, The"Rev K. D. Britt la the very W. Perkins win

1 .1 awartla, Obesity, Makiutii+iee. A&e&Ba, Vltaarfa IPeil tfr..... efficient pastor of the church. OF BETHEL BAPTISTTO night Atty. D. NOW M10"O't_
to the
respond program.
'
i HOLD MEETING,
t it The Finley Clinic make available; tkeir treatment. There are. three permanent "- NO-WEEZ I/ S

\ ..colored patients. Hoars by, appointment mil '.. structures' on the Florida A ,and Members'of District No. JB ofBethel SWEETFlELDBAPTIST TRY :

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M; ,,University: campus which provide Inatitutlonal'Tchnrch' are
CHURCH
'. ,- :' : FOR 'PROMPT ftfUEF, *?
: .:.. THE, FINDLEY CLINIC on-campus housing for men. requested to meet: 'at the home SERMON THE SYMPTOMS Of.

i They are Gibbs, Sampson and of 1rI 1 ,1.[, L.. Carter 966 W. ANNOUNCES
Telephone EL 6-4624. .
!
? 'Young Halls. 8th Street; may Oct.. 20 at -. 5A Ml1CMNLKTMfM MIl
-41J7' located on Rtventte Arose. Now located fet. .. seer 4d10p.m.: : series of sermons will be '-::iBONCHITii.SOiD .

>II -- iL'eooeedaflJ The minion and quarter dollar Flan for the: :Friendship Tea heard Oct. 20 at 3 p. m. Infield Sweet-

'- ,treeting chronic .UIN for ever ..7fM&JI.IS'ULT agriculture and-home economics will be completed at ;this meet. Baptist Church in the Interest AT Ml' --- .

DR. FINLEY TOBAY :ABO T.'I'O&I'.u.. .building at Florida A and U ....-. '.,,%;, \ -. of.'Ushe' Board 2. A program GOOD lJlUtJ Staff
University faces east, -' Irving Corley fE deaco. will also-J presented. ,
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r E BEING CHOIR>#RF..Gr tLANNED k, < GHANAN, PEARCE STREET LEGISLATURE PASSES ONE RACIAL NEW SCHOOL ABOUT PEOPLE


AT BETHEL ,CHURCHThe UFFF1Rs. ELEMENTARYHAS '(Continued From Page 3)
music department of Beth $ BILL AFTER STORMY SESSION CONSTRUCTIONPROGRAM

el Institutional Church will present Army 1st Lt. Jerry: A. Simmons -
its choirs in a 'recital. This :: INSULT DEDICATION whose wife, Lula, lives at
The Florida Legislature, after a 10-day special session, passedone GIVEN
event will take place in the 6023 N. W. 18th ct. Miami, Fla.,
bill '
designed to prevent "Integration-Incidents such as the one
main auditorium: of the church, recently completed a fourmonthprimary
In Little Bock. The '
only racial bill to get through legislature was
Sunday. October. 13, at 7:30 pjn. President Eisenhower has invited Dedication ceremonies for the ne by Rep. Moody of :Jlill borough County which requires schoolsto A priority list for proposed Gary Army flight Air training Field course at
Mr. W. Camp
H. Streets the
,
general Ghana's Finance MinisterK.
33rd and Pearce Street Elementary
close immediately In the future at the instant federal
troops are
,school
construction was presentedto Gary, Tex.
president, wishes an of the members A. Gbedemah to the White ,School is scheduled for Oct. ordered out to enforce integration decrees. I
and friends of the church [ the Duval Board of Public Instruction Lt. Simmons will
House for a breakfast engagement 13 at 3 p. m. in the auditoriumof : The Moody' bID'stat that now go to
to present themselves for an evening to make amends for his the school. schools are the :states businessand this week, with 42 build Fort ,Rucker Ala., for advanced

of 'wholesale entertainment. exclusion from a.Dover, Delaware The main speaker: for the occasion i not subject t(r Jurisdiction of I when'The this reason-we day ends.In 'the South ings and ,many additions in the tactical training.

The complete music department restaurant. will be James: EL Huger.administrative .: the federal government. The. final are weakening is because our ("priority A" category. The lieutenant, son of Jerry

has been working very hard in Gbedemah, regarded as Ghana's assistant to the day of the session was high.. leaders, Including the chief executive : The survey ,includes nine white Simmons, 450 King St, Cocoa
preparation for this affair. A second most important political the of Fla., is a 1953 graduate of Florida
president at, Bethune-Cookman lighted by resignation Sen. '
do not have the to
wide range of music will be, said In New York guts fight elementary schools; 10 Negro elementary A
presented figure,v he College, Daytona Beach. Belser of Bon1fa.yJn protest far the traditions and customs of '1 and M University. He is a
from the four choirs. ThechDdren' would formally protest to the The- Rev. Dallas Graham, 'pastor .: against refusal of the Legislatureto 'our land. schools; 10 white junior member of Omega Psi Phi frater

choir, composed of State Department because a of ML Ararat,:Baptist Church i adopt drastic anti-Integration high schools; two' Negro junior nity.
youngsters of elementary .school Howard : Sen. Johns: of Starke a veteran .
Johnson
restaurant refused will conduct the formal dedicationand measures. high schools, and one Negro e
age, will be heard in the first of 20 years in the Legislatureand
to serve him. Eldred Waters .
Rev. Sams wID'give the junior-senior of Miami, a
Another racial bill which died high school (grades
: acting from 1953 to
Secondly the Junior: Choir governor
group. ,
He quoted the watress as of Dedication. senior English major, has been
say. prayer I in the Senate was'a so-called 7 .
of 1955, urged Belser to reconsiderhis through 12)
school
composed
youth high
ing that "colored people are not Master of Ceremonies will be elected editor of the Florida A
students, have been superbly I parent option plan: This bill decision, to quit. As the list now stands, three
and M
allowed to eat in here. Isadore Singleton, who is president would have let parents keep their University newspaper ,for
trained by Mrs. James Coming "Your people need you here elementary schools each with 24 the
of the Parent-Teacher Assn. present school
Howard Johnson, head of the children out of integrated schools year.
after this group will be the re- and so do we who feel the same classrooms .
restaurant-chain plans to contact Superintendent of the D u v a l' without violating the compulsory ,and a white junior ,
nound young Adult Choir Wider the distinguished visitor to offer, County Board'of Public Instruct attendance laws. way as you do," Johns said. high are on top however revision Three of the 14 members of
1 the,leadership of Mrs. Elise Wil his apologies.A tion, Ish Bryant will deliver Belser. hopping mad. told the of the priorities be the Florida A and :M University
made before
son. This group Is widely kn greetings. Dr. J. I. E. Scott will I Sen. Adams of Orange Park, committee, This Legislature has may faculty granted leave of absencefor
for its renditions of spirituals as A spokesman foe Vice President i present the superintendent one of the staunchest of the last. had an opportunity in this sessionto final approval by the board. the academic year 1957-53

well as classical numbers. The Nixon said Nixon plans also to i Vocal selections will be render. resort advocates expressed keen try to satisfy the people, to It has been estimated that morethan will serve abroad. I

final group to appear will be the demah extend for a note Nixon of apology to Gbe in I I.Gbedemah's i ed by Mrs. Aletha Frazier and disappointment that the Legislature give them a voice in this Integration 34 million dollars will be Dr. Gore said Dr. C. B. Owens I
was
a guest
Senior Choir of which Mrs. Lillian I Mr. Lawrence Williams. adjourned, without "adopting problem. needed to complete .the program. professor of agronomy, has been
home when he visited
stronger measures against inte:
T. Robinson is organistdirector. Mrs. Ada Lee granted a leave of absence
M. presidentemeritus to
Ghana this "I'm in the minority I think I
early year. i grations.- _
This group needs no introduction ii of the Bethune serve on a governmental research
iI i Mary they ought to have it. I do not
to the public. They are I Circle will preside at the unveil. Belser's resignation announcement care tIT have any part of the Senate Belser stalked out of the coo project in Liberia, Africa, and

known for their high"standard of SHILOH BAPTIST I ing ceremonies. came without' previous notice if this is the action the pea mitteer despite urging that he Lawrence Walker will serve as an

performance.To after the Senate Education ple are to expect I cannot go stay in his seat. advisor on plumbing for the Ethi.

climax this event the CHURCH ANNOUNCES, pastor who is Dr. Andrew B. Committee by a 7.4v te refusedto home and ,conscientiously tell my Sen. Dickinson of West Palm opian government. The third ''FA.
finalPRECENTENNIAL '
number will be done by the Coleman.The substitute the last-resort schoo people I have done anything for Beach called to him: MU staffer, Worrell G. Gaiter, is
bined four choirs The 'selection Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist' celebration will feature an suspension bill for a House.a p them. a teacher-trainer in Indonesia.

I chosen for these groups is the Church has 'announced plans for. address by Dr. J. A. Bacoates of proved measure permitting their "All I have heard is that the "The Senate has passed -your Members of the FAMU faculty
composition "0 How Amiable" the Pre-centennial celebration of Benedict College, Columbia, S. parents to withdraw their children governor would not approve. I'm last resort bill twice." studying in American universities

by Vaughn Williams.. the church for Nov. 10-18, C., and Dr. R. W. Puryear of from an integrated, school."This not representing the governor. I Belser snorted over his shoulder during, the next nine months are:

All music lovers are invited to The observance will include the Florida Normal College, 'St. Au. is my last day in this don't: care what the-chief executive "The other chamber is also apart Walter Austin, John H. Brown,
i be present. The Rev R. 'L. Wilson 93rd Anniversary of the church gustine. The Florida Normal Col. Legislature," Belser exploded.I likes or dislikes. I represent of this Legislature. I don't I. W. Elliott Clinita A. Ford,

is pastor and the 25th anniversary of the lege Choir will ,appear'to sing. "I am resigning from the Senate my people.." want any part of it:' Emmalyn Franklin Bruce Hayden .

- Carrfemae Marquess, Julia
Martin, Howard McClain, Harold
Rose, Wilhelmina Roux.COOKMAN .




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i.r 5 IT Aiwa .' PoyBEAUTIFUL .- f6T DI 'WJTRSPEARS I MEETING



S BREAkFASTJ y 1-pc[ 'BEDGROllP; Cookman The Band School Parents met of recently Darnell in I

the newly decorated band, roomo J'
begin their activities for they


;> .. SUITE The. meeting was called to or

... : der ,at 8 p. m. by the band difec
i .j SEVERAL COLORS t \ tor John Bolden. Following tthe
Cr+..;.ti, TO CHOOSE FROM .' '" $ devotions, pictures were shown of
,'''-';.tc \ ,. 1 SKY last
f year's activities of the band
ONLY and majorettes and of Mrs. L. P.

Jones class by Mr. :Mitchell who

>: $39.50 interned in Mrs. Jones': class. ,

Mrs. J: E. Davis, president of
the Band Parents and Director

_ :: ; -, $1.00 Down (Bolden discussed some of the a-
I. .: chievements made by the club
"!t'-! last year and expressed their;ap.
{'.' } \ preciation. '

... 1t': Various questions were 'asked

; .t ',!.;.; Prof. Bolden. He answered and
.:. .
,: : FREE! band.explained many activities df ,the

,, :
I .'" : D'3 11 ti I Mrs. Dixon, chairman of the
membership committee asked:aUto

r ;. .N, .B INSTALLATION urge the band and majorettes
parents to attend the next' meet.
OPEN A E
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> AND GAS
Ins which will be held WednerIday. -

y CHARGE J T Oct. 16. t
were made for the annualto
.. NOTHING DOWN "WITH ACCOUNT be held in November. TIle parents

_L TRADE .- TODAY! =r made a tour of the band
r : % ,ONLY' '" .
? room and adjourned.
r .' .
$5.00 Down .
v. fr OUTFIT INCLUDES FAMU PRESIDENT i
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j$11950
.. ..Tail.,2 Eei T...Iq. FOR ONLY COUNCIL MEETING

Ie t.; 2 .LSh1.d. r.... ......' SAVE $40.00bf TALLAHASSEE-- Dr. George

Gore, Jr., President of Florida A
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,
:4 WOOL and M University, will preside
SWIVELJ- over the annual meeting of the
xFOR Council of Cooperative College

DOUBLEBANKETS .,." :': ..,' Projects during the annual meet
:}: :: :
: z :4 ing of the American Land Grant
CHAIR College Association to be held in s

Denver Cola.. November 10, 1957.
: Dr. Gore is chairman of the

,v Regular $79.50 Council on Cooperative College
SPECIAL SALE Jj Projects which will bold itt meeting .

Sunday afternoon, November
.
4. 514.95 10, 1957 in the Cosmopolitan

.. $49.95---. Hotel.
S. R. Edmonds, head of the
department of speech and drama
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SPEARS 14TH ANNIVERSARY SALE I lyceum a and Joint.JLL*,has program report been on invited at artists FloridaA to give and* ;\'


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Dr. C. ,,E. Walker and Charles .
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1 : :0.' _O. News 'Of Interest From All Sections Of f Beautiful FloridaI I







I .4: ; Putnam County News I Stork e e eD


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BY E. J. VREEN

'" 608 Madison Street Palalka. Florida '
7 -I Humphrey; 1256 W. 32nd vs
Phone East 5.3025 _
St., boy, Sept. 28. '
students of Central Accad in the General Business .
Eighteen ny i
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:r. ;. Woodrow Foster, 1169 Foster
[ass 'completed a tour of the Exchange Bank of Palatka. They I I : .r
; Lane, girl Sept. 29. 'I
i wtero accompanied by the Instructor, .Mr. H. H. Wright -r k ____. 4.- Freddie Blackshear, 1663 Me- .

Mt'. Charles Mier, I cashier of i I, !' # Conihe St., girl, Sept. 29. t.yt

:.t1 bank served as guide and was II different departments they visit rf Robert Bailey, 1459 Davis St.,

-.ded. by Mr. Bradbury, the ed. S girl, Sept. 29.

11 bastk-'s! supervisor The class had .Mr. Mier announced a t the I Theodore Kearse, Box 197, May.port ., !
.at opportunity to how the that the bank would r
see tour's end 29.
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i b. Fla., girl. Sept
tJ Tmdcus departments operate and give-a $5.00 prize to the student I r yr 8 R-S ,9 s t Joseph Robinson, 1186 W. 30th

: to learn banking procedures who write3 the best essay on the I St, girl, Sept. 29.

'i They made a visit to the vault our. I -'S Frederick Carter, 6626 Ever.
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and saw many iate model machines i I i ____ green Ave., girl, Sept., 30. t
"U in operation. Mr. Mier answered Mr. Eddie Brown made a business ___ Willie Holland, 883 Van Buren ; .I.IJ

fi all questions that the trip to Louisville, Kentuckylast -* __ St., girl, Sept. 30.

zAndents asked concerning the week : Freddie Gilbert, 1631 W. 34th

y j 'various: aspects of banking in the (Continued On Page 8) { :S St., girl, Sept. 30.
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-S Cornelius Jenkins, 803 Dora

i __ :t} St., boy, Sept. 30. --e_ ,
I ax r 4.ai'' 0 P a l Mrs. Henry Way, P. O. Box 516, .i e

II I Callahan, %Fla., girl, Sept. 30. '

II Lawrence Brown, 1336 Cleve-

land St. boy, Sept. 30.

I Eddie L. Walker, 2627 V.'. Edge-

wood, girl, Oct. 2.

'- -. Roma Roberts, 3643 Drew St., .

I EARNED DIPLOMAS-Joseph boy, Oct. 2. .
sY' :: E vwh Daniels)
y 11:00-11:03 News &. Weather A. Henry, left and Raynell E. Willie Stewart, 1207 Weare St. 'L5.5o
11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne
I ws !. Daniels) Sloan seen at right, Homo Office boy, Oct. 2.

12:00-12:05 Loral Daniels News) (Yvonne I Accountant and Office Manager, Joe C. Young 1423 Wilcox. St., eeI

PROGRAM SCHEDULE I 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels). respectively: of Central Life Insurance girl Oct. 2.
12:15-: :\* Noontime Tunetlme
(Yvonne Daniels) t' Company of Florida Robert Jackson, 1817 W. 41st I ,e, I 1 I

MU.VUA\'..'RlD.\\ SCHEDULE lt w- |oft3 leas & Weather. earned Associateship Diplomas! St., boy. Oct. 3.
lui. 2ou tio>i>ej Train ="U 2 (Yvouu
6:02.COS 6:006:0; Sign Un Daniels) from LTc Office Management: Robert Franklin, Box 31, Law- I. i1'1. SJ
e"'sVuth r '
i: u2:0.1" l"WS'uther ,
, 6:0i7oo Heaven's Road (Deacon, 2:033:00 Saturday Session (Johna Association Institute, of New ley Fla., girl, Oct. 3. : -

1U0- 7:03 sews Grace)& Weather 3n>0- 3:03 News shaw: )& Weather York City, for completing six Samuel Washington 1204 West i .

1r : I/- 8.00 Mornlnr.Hudson) Capers (Bob 3:034:00 Saturday Shaw Session (Johnc examinations in part two of tho 29th St., boy, Oct. 3. I I ;: :
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r. 4:008:03: News &: Weather 4iM- .":O3 News &: Weather course offered by the Institute. John Garner, 2042 Moncrief',
<:*3- 9:00 Moraine Capers Bob 1:03- 5'00 Saturday Sr <>tnn (Johnn honors
Cum Laude were
A __ Hudson) Shaw) Magna Rd., boy, Oct 3. !
1:009:03 New & Weather 3:00.3:03'News & Weather won for averaging ninety percent Lonnie Miller, 3759 FreemanRd.
9:03-10:00: Jompin Show (Johnny S:035:45 Saturday Session Johun>
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Shawl Shaw for the course.Wedding Oct. 4.
: ) boy
10:00-10:03 News &; Weather SUNDAY SCHEDULE I
10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon COO6:03 Sign On Edward and Serena Speights,
Grace) 6:02KOS News & U'MthH 1340 Madison 20.
St. July Boy
-00-11:03 News & Weather w
':O:.1h.Heav D" Road (DearuuGrace
11:03-12:00, Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon I ) Bells Rev. Henry and Arlene SmithSr.
Grace) 7:007:03 News & Weather
12:00-13:05 Local News (Yvonne 7437:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon ., 5342 Mays Dr. July 17. Bay. f

12:03-12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Daniels Cruet7x0.8:00 Frank and Maggbie Robinson'
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1400 WRHC\ 1400 Latimore Gospel sintersLive
12:131.00 Noontime Tnnetime
( Gospel Singing) 747. N. St. July 13. Girl.
(Yvonne Daniels .
10-* 1:03)'ews & Weather) "*00.* "1:30 Healing Waters' (Oral,.. Milton Rogers 140 E. State St., Harold and Matte Denson, 1651 / / 1

-FEATURES- 1:03-. 2:09'Gospel.Train No. 2 (Deacon. Roberts') 21 and Lula,Belle Nelson, 138
'-1. RIle,
L.: ., ..., -- Grace) Eonle ) age Windle: St. Aug. 29. GirL
Revival Center
tam 9:00 Jar ( e.sw1Oa70 *
2:00-2:03 News A 'Weather Bishop s.-c. Johnson E. State, St., age 21. 'James and Vivian Byrd, 6334
KEN ,KNIGHT 13:03340... Gospel Train No.. 2 (Deacon I. .
X2 :' i '0., Grace) i :* -lO:30 Heaven Fire Gospel singers' 399E Avenue B. Aug. 30. Boy
5.-:1 f. Box
I. Douglas Stephens, ,
Live singing
.. .- 3:00.2:03'News'' *,Weather ( Gospel ) .
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_PRESENTING 1e:-10:45 Temple of,Gfd (Rev. W. B. ; 1
:. 3:03--4M ampin -Show (Johnny.. Herbert) i. age 28 and Virginia Louise Hoi-
shawl -'' FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY
KNIGHT TRAIN 10:45-11:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon .
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zendorf, Dlnsmore .Fla.John .
NIOHTLY- 4:004:03 News & Weataer Grate) FACTS
8.9 P.M. 12.1 ,
4:035:00 Jumpm' Show (Johnny 1140-1143 News A Weather
SWEET CHARIOT slaw) 11:03-1240 Heaven's Road (Deacon W. Webster, 1315 Ever McGuinn Hall which housed

9:30 to 10:80 MONDAY thru TRIDAICTHE !' 5:00543 News & Weather n' Grace), green Ave., age 27 and Mary freshmen women at Florida A
Weather
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5:035:45 JunpJa Show (Johnny 1240-1243 New
BLUES IN KNITSHT ..'"Shaw) ,- 1243140, Heaven's Daniels) Road (Yvonne Louise Valentine! 614 'Palmetto and M University, was named in I! I
: SATURDAY 8CHEDULF of Mrs. N. S. McGuinn who
10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY: ". ibo.;.:tSip' On' '- 140143 News Weather St., age 22. honor .
$.-ee. fi05 Newt Weather 143-. 1:30 Heaven's Road (Yvonne eerved the school many years as

...... 8:057:00 Heaven's Road.' Daniels)
7:00-7:03" News A Weather ,, .40 ML Ararat Baptist ..ChnrcbReT. dean ow women. Presently re
.," __ 7:03-1:00_ Morning Capers (Bn' .. ( Dallas Gn.im) tired Mrs. McGuinn resides in Il l
0 ReviewiLns
Hudson 550 J fro Gospel
1:00-JrM News -Weather Gocp.l QnetnelJu Tallahassee"
Town
You Don Hove to Go to ta ,Get 843t:00. Morning Capers (Bolt. 4.W God's Holy Shrine (.Uothai STOPRLLJLVE
Hudson) Rosa Woods) .
t* 8:03 News & Weather 440540 Church of God In Christ
9:03-10:00 Jompin' Show (Johnny Elder Charles Beek SEWING MACHINES
LOW PRICES Shaw) 540543 News ft Weather. WILL BUILD A
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100-10:03 Newt tt Weather 5435:45 Heaven's Road.(Yvonn* WASHING MACK IVES
10:03-1140 Gospel Train No.1 (Yvonne Daniels) HOMEON
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THIRD
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LOCAL SCHOOLS
1 TO MEET OCT. 19 IN NORFOLKBy ..1 Edward WatersOct. New Stanton High


"Fighting Panthers" of
12-Albany State (H). .
PAKIIAM JOHNSON Oct. Tallahassee
C. Matthew W. Gilbert made it three 11-Lincoln,

,r in a row by downing a strong Oct. 19-KUtrell: (T). (H).

The announcement come from/ the United States Military % x.. t Tornado Team from Miami's B. Oct. 26-Voorhees (T). Oct. Northwestern., Miami

Academy that they are thinking about shifting the football game .T. Washington High School last Nov. 2-Florida Normal (T). H
( ).
scheduled with the'Unlversity of Georgia act: 19, because of the Friday night in the Myrtle
Nov. 9-S.C. Area Trade (T).
Integration crises from Norfolk's Oyster Bowl 'to Baltimore.The Avenue Ball Park. Oct. 25-BTW, :Miami (T>.

reason given is section 18- Playing brilliant defensive ball Nov. 16-Friendship College Nov. l-Beach High, Savannah

327 cf Virginia's code which flatly been slow in purchasing eickets. 1. the Panthers kept the Tornadoes, (H). (H).

forbids desegregated audiencesof Nov 23-Daniel Payne (H).
One top official said, regardlessto with multiple offensive plays Nov. 8-Campbell, Dagona, (T)..
athletic contests and all other
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public what the feeling might be to- I scoreless until late- in the fourth Nov. 15-Center High Way
gatherings. quarter. The Eastsiders scored in
ward desegregation the Navy- >a Gilbert High cross (H).
Accordin'gtot h Common.
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5u the first, third, and fourth pe
wealth Law of Virginia, any person Georgia game the laws of Vir- ti riods. Oct. 11-FAMU High (T). Nov. 28-Gilbert High (1'3).

or organization which violatesthe ginia would be enforced and if I .: .,
Ather Sampson, speedy Gilbert Oct.. 17-Lincoln! TallahasseeT
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rules is e t .
I ? strong segregation any warrants are issued for any halfback, shook loose on a 25 ( ). ,
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to to4500 fine or -'
liable $100
a. infractions they would be served. yard sprint and with paydirt Oct. 25 H
-Quincy ( ).
that
offense. It is further stated ,
Navy was given less than 5.000 clearly in sight stumbled and Douglas Anderson
individual who fails to com. Nov. Savannah (T).
: any
tickets to be sold to its supporters landed on the Tornadoes 4 yard
ply with the separate seating re- Nov. 8-Panama City (H).
but there was no indicationas line. The next play he went over
gulation-whether white or color- to whether 'they were to be for the touchdown. The conver- Nov. 15-BTW. Pensacola (T). Oct. 9-Gilbert (H).

ed is subject to ejection and a sold to white or colored. With sion was ,good and Gilbert went Nov. 28-New Stanton (H). Oct. 18-Green Cove Sprier

t nO-to-$25 fine. Virginia's stringent law, it is intended .. hrlrwlreis + c; es ass out in front 7-0. # (H). .,t,

n It was indicated by a top ad. to be for white only. 4
A blocked recovered in
punt
Oct. 24 Stanton
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D. C. Vocational High ( )
that Annapolis .
ministrative source rowrewaie.ywaws i the end provided the Panthers '
officials' faced with such conditions Oct. 30-Voc. High (H).
with their second tally. The Oct. 10-Live Oak (T). .
H will probably follow the ALTHEA GIBSON w second half with the Nov. 8
opened tor- Oct. IS-D. Anderson (H). -Bunnell (T).
lead of the Army, which earlier :;, :,.,.. ...prif nadoes receiving and after an '
Oct. 25-Stanton (H). Nov. 15-Open.
issued an order to switch its Tulane I ..
exchange of punts found their .,

I game from New Orleans to PLANS TO SINGNPROFESSIONALY backs to the wall deep in their Nov. Murray, st. AugustineT Nov. .22-Open. .

West Point to avoid a similar ( ).
territory. Gilbert's forward crashed Nov. 28-Peck High Feman-

situation. y sGREATLY through, blocked a punt, and Nov. 23-Gilbert (H). diva (T).
The Shriner.owned, Oyster Bowl end Henry Matthews fell on the

seats 30.000 and Negroes have ball in the end zone for another

k touchdown. The try for the ex- I SIAC SCHEDULE I


i 86-29-14 0=-.:-_ .-- -- .. tra point was blocked. FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE
Althea Gibson the only professional I
i % career that she is interested BUSSED Dennis Jefferson can be rememberedas Starting the fourth period on Oct. 12-Fort Valley (T). Oct. 9-Allen, Columbia, S. C.
their 20 line the Panthers
837-20-518 own yard Oct. 12-Fla. A&M
in is a singing! career and defi one of ,the all-time great quarterbacks of the Florida A&M Oct. 19-Morris Brown (Home- Fort VaUcy.
themselves in '
after again put coming) (H) Oct. 26-S. C. State, Orangebnrc.
nitely not tennis. Rattlers. When the Rattlers were capturing championship
Watch This Clown scoring position on two gains by (Peach Blossom
Classic.)
Miss Gibson' says she has al championship In the SIAC, it was Jefferson who was guidingthe halfback Scott Daniel. Oct. BCookman (Jackson.
Quarter
Nov. 2 Tuskegee. Fort vai.r
ways wanted to sing. She has destinies of his teammates. Jefferson could do a real job viDe) ; .
back Oliver in
.. -3 m. Joyce, an option Nov. 9-Morris Brown
7 Columbus
-jt l had contracts from several record In the l passing department as well as being a cool and clear play, found no receivers open for Nov. 2-Benedict (T) Nov. 16-Knoxville (There '
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4 thinking field general. Getting a replacement for Jeffersonwill
2 companies but hasn't had time proper
elected to and scoredGilbert's Nov. 18Albm'K.VOX'ILLE
a pass run 9-N.C.A. & T. (T). Nov. ,
i 4. yet to consider any of them, she be one of th tasks that faces Coach Gaither and his assis
third touchdown. The
2 Nov.
1& Allen :
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tants. Jefferson did
said: a great job as a field generaL
conversion attempt was wide.
Last June at the 'victory ball I Nov. 23-Southern U. (H). COLLEGE

574-22-139 following Wimbledon triumph, The Tornadoes lone score came Dec. 14-O.B. Classic (Miami 1)). Oct. 12-Benedict, Columbia. BJd '

i Althea sang: two numbers to the within the last minute of play. Oct. 19 Tuskegee, Knoxville

450734 delight of a receptive audience. SPORTING IT UP Taking over the ball on the 45 Oct. 26-Bluefleld, Knoxville
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Sometimes he's up She plans to take lessons at the Tornadoes racked up three BLT11UNE43OOKMAX (Homecoming)
first downs and moved' within ten
Sometimes bo's down I Long Island University, despite Oct. 12-Morris Brown (T). .. ,.. Nov. 2-Allen, Knoxville, Tenn.
: By C. JOHNSON yards of paydirt. Kept at bay for
.
II* odds subtracts many have told her she is good Oct 19-Benedict (H). Nov. 9-Morehouse, Atlanta.Ga.
He works It all around three downs it looked doubtful'
enough right now to go into it FRANK GILLIAM, former feat has been accomplished for Oct. -Fla. A& :M (Jackson. Nov. 16-Fort Valley Knaxvflkj.
that the visitors would and
For October 19th professionally. There have beenno Iowa end; Percy Oliver, ex-Iin. the .second straight year. Hank score, I vile). Nov. 23-Ala. A&M. Normal Ala.
Ion the fourth down a pitchout to
thoughts about professional nois guard, who was shifted to is the 1957 major league home 2 ,
15-79-63 James Multimore who passed to Nov. -Open.
f' tennis and neither has she had fullback and Credell Green, a run hitter. The most unique thing LANE COLLEGElege
end Herbert Clark for the touch-, Nov. '
any offersFOOTBALL halfback who performed for the about it is, that Hank served I Gramling (T). Jackson, Tenn.
down. The conversion was good.
-- Green Bay Packers. The Packers notice before the regular season Nov. 16-Xavier.Tilt of Maroon Oct. 11-Ala. St. College, Ifcmt.
Ather Sampson's runback of the
: kept Nate Borden and Xisby. Bor. got under way that'he'was goingto & Gold (Lakeland). gomery, Ala. -

'PO..rS den played four years at the lead in home runs. > .... kickoff thers now ended have the won game.three The gashes Pan-. v Nov. 28-Allen U. (Homecom.. Oct. 19-Rust Col.;, Holly Springs.

MAURICE BASSETT, the hard i Miss.
1r University of Indiana and never
: tag) (H).
missed a single one, of the 86 plunging fullback, who took over Oct. '26-Miles College Binnfce-.

games. lie played tackle as a the fullback slot when Big Mar. the big wheel in the Bison's ham, Ala.

freshman; end during his sophomore ion Motley of the Cleveland march toward the International ALABAMA A&M Nov. 2-Fisk University Jar&aa

CUiTUREB and junior and back Browns had to retire because of Tenn. (Homecoming) '
tTRAtg11Tt tx. years League flag although they were Oct. 12-Fisk U., Nashville Tenn.
to tackle in his senior yea Xls- injuries is now looking for a job Oct. 19-Xavier Nov. 9 Phllander-Smith eo-..

by is in his first yearas a pro himself after being released-by edged out by a half game by the Oct. 26-Allen U.U.,Columbia New Orleans. Jackson, Tenn.MOREHOUSE '

player. He was considered the the Cleveland Browns. Temporarily Toronto Leafs. Easter led the Nov. 2 S.C.
-Ala. State
greatest line ever produced at he has been taken an by the loop in home runs with 40 and Nov. Birmingham. COLLEGE
9-S.C. State Normal
Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Ala.
the College of Pacific. runs batted in with 128. He scor- Nov. -Knoxyille, Normal Ala Oct. 11-Dillard. Atlanta Ga.
,
League on a trial basis
ALL-AMERICAN ADOLPHUS Oct. 18-Ala. G&-
Etate. Atlanta
only. ed 86 runs and posted a batting
4r FRAZIER Is back in the. states of .280. Easter formerly Oct. 25 Tuskegee..Columbus Go. ,

after starting the football season' WILT :(The Stilt) SHAMBER. average played for the' Cleveland In-- ALABAMA STATE Nov. 2-Clark, Atlanta, Cto.

in the Canadian Pro League. He LAIN the All-American basketball dians of the American League. Oct. 11-Lane Col., Montgomery Nov. 9-Knoxville, Atlanta Oar

rI was placed on the injured list and player of the University .of Oct. 18-Morehouse Col, At1a.nia.Oct. Nov. -Howard.Nov. Washlr 6sr+

he came to persue further stu.. Kansas caused quite a bit.of con FRANK BARNES, 29-year-old 25-Ala. State. Montgomery. D.C. ?

I 11L : dies at Florida A and M Univer cern recently when he enteredthe pitcher from Omaha of the AmerIcan Nov. 2-Ala. A&M, Birmingham. 23-Fisk, Nashville 1mJ:
r rhw Association has been -
purchased
sity. Al will be a big help to thepresent. hospital to -have his tonsils Nov. Savannah St., Savannah
} POSNE .. by the St. Louis Cardl-
Rattlers. ?' .. ?.,0THE removed. The hospital had trouble Nov. 16-Fisk U., Nashville MORRIS BROWN COLLEGEOct.
.u i2 GAME SCHEDULED for finding a bed to fit The nals., He had a record of 12-10' Nov. 28-Tuskegee Inst. Mont 12-'Bethune..Cookman. Jtt.

Sept 28, between the Golden Tigers Stilt .oj and, 0 2.41 earned run average lanta. Ga.

iwt w which was' the..best.fn ,the league. Oct. 19-Fla. A&M. Tnhlahae-
awM raw of Tuskegee and the Gold THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES. I
Frank surrendered 66. nms, 65 ALLEN UNIVERSITY Oct. 26 Kentucky St...Frankfurt.
ww r' Mra Rush of Xavier University :New have dropped Waycross, GeorgIa :
: ; of the earned,. in. ;205 innings Octl2. .Open, Nov. 1-Open.
.bwr :a Orleans) was cancelled because from their'list."This was.a. Nov. 9-Fort Valley St.JCotamtas

more than half oft the,Gold. Rush serious bl o.w, 'to/tb 'i'Georgia: pitched. He 165' : issued.93 .walks Oct. i -Fprt Valley, Columbia.Oct. Nov 16-S..C. State, Orangetarg.

were out with the :Flu. There is Florida? League 'entrant .fej fce aadLgaye tg> 153.: t1'". Whea-he 26-Ala. A&M: ; Columbia. Nov. 23-Open. -
: to the 'Cartaals) : (Homecoming; ) 28 Clark Atlanta.. .
reports la tie Nov. College :
u practicaUy) impossibility.. of, the 1958 : mncoKaH'oncame
season ..2ho..;;
;} : this spring of 1958,. be wHl team ,up Nov Knoxville., (Knoxville) (Thanksgiving Classic)
two meeting season. after a poor showing... at the Nov. ..28Beth1m6CookmaDDay. .
'
with Sad Sam -Jones another tan
QLYDE;:SUKEFpRTH; who gate sad n the ftdd: Nov. 161i1a..Aa:1IColumb1a.ft"tona : .

It., : U'_ served as coach of the Brooklyn k fcGHT HEAVYWEIGHT pitcher who did a remarkable Beach Fla. ...... SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
J THIRD ANNUAL FLOMDA. CLASSIC in the Cardinals to ..
Dodgers during,.Branch Rickey's CHAPION ARCHIE MOORE issued job helping. Oct.: U-N..C. A&T College.
'
: BETHUNE-COOKMAN' time: with the Dodgers, said, recently warning posh toward the pennant. .Orangeburg, S. C.' *&
; THE WILDCATS after ;his recent I BENEDICT COLLEGEOct. Oct 19-Clark College Atlanta
,that Willie, Mays tra* the that ..NOW THAT THE WORLD St. .
yictory over Tony Anthony 12 Knaxvffle, Columbia. Oct. 26 Tt Valley Oraee.borg
<* > v o greatest player he' had seen dar he win be ready.to take all SERIES is over, the eyes .of the Oct. 19-B-Cookman.Daytona B. ; 8. C. -mi.*

THE FLORIDA A. & M. RATTLERS ing'his' 25 years in baseball. Sake comers after a few weeks rest. sporting world will be .centered Oct. 26-Savannah St., Savannah. Noye i-6amn Cat. Orangeborff
i 1 rims line bucks forward Nov. 2-Fla. A&M .Columbia. Nov. 9-Ala. A&M Normal._Ala.
.. ... forth says the great Giant center- He had the highest regards for on end Morris
Nov. 9-Allen U.. Columbia "S.C. Nov. 16- Brown Orsage-
In The fielder can beat you in so many Anthony's pluck and stamina. He passes, field goals, touchdowns Nov. -Miles Memorial,, Birmingham burg S. C. (Homecomingjfc*<

*.?!* ways. .. .. .. ..., .. .. .... advised Anthony to keep on fight. I and extra points. Football is in ,. Ala. Nov. 28-Benedict College Columbia

.;-- "GAME OF THE' YEAR"GALA THE MILWAUKEE BRAKES lug, because he had the makings the air. Spcrt fans will be watch- Nov. 23-Bishop College. Columbia S. C. Fir,

put In on application for the of .a champion. Moore said he ingtheir favorite teams -favorite s. C.

,PRE-GAME & HALF-TIME SPECTACULAR right to substitute bonus outfielder wants I schools and favorite individual Nov. 28-S. C. State Columbia
a match with ,Ivon Durelle. (Homecoming). TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE: : :
/ Featuring The : John DeMerit for the injured the Canadian who fought An.; I players.. '. Oct. 12 Clark U., Tuskegfe.

{ FAMED FAM-U AND B. C. C. MARCHING BANDS Billy Bruton for the World thony to a lra\v. Will be seeing- you at. the footBall Oct. 19r-KnoxvilIe CoL, Knoarrffle

_ Series it was granted by Commissioner TONY ANTHONY, the 22-year. games. until then smoothe CLARK COLLEGE Oct: 25-Morehouse CoL. Cofamv

SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 26 8:00 P. M. Ford Frick. old fighter who recently lose to sailing Oct. 12-Tuskegee (There) bus. Ga. Jib
COACH EDDIE ROBINSON of Oct. -S.C State, Atlanta, Ga. State
Archie Moore and fought to a Nov. 2-Fort Valley College
(Homecoming).
THE GATOR BOWLJacksonville I Grambling College appears to be draw with Ivon Durelle, the man Oct 23-Ala. State, Montgomery Fort Valley, Ga. ..
NIL THE PUQ
FloridaADMISSION !,perfectly happy over the showing Moore wauU; next doesn't agree Nov. Morehouse.. A tan ta/% Ga. Nov.. 9--nisei College. Tuskegee

his team Is making during the with a JiloereJDurelle match. He ON STOMACH UPSET Nov. 9-Xavier, NeoN Orleans, La, (Homecomirg) -f :
I that OV 16--Savannah St., Atlanta. Nov. 16-DUlard U., Nevr Orleans
sessions. The
practice thing
t ? Durelie ;k rot in the same
says work! :!:;.v.23- -Morris Brown, Atlanta. 23 Montgomery
; wHboot faterrcptiat sleep or Nov -Ala. State )
1 Box Seat $3., O-.Res. Seat $2.50-End: Zone $1.50 pleased the coach most of an was class with! ilo re.HUMBERTO When -constipation sours your

the showing the team made in : ROBINSON, the. stomach yon feel logy headachy

I Man orders for tickets will be accepted after October 7 by>> the. season opener. The running pitching tteosatinn nf the. Toronto Taken la "timed"at bedtime relieve Black constipation-Draug t* FISK UNIVERSITYOct. XAVIEROct.

Paul Hyde, Business Masager, BetbaneXJoolnnfm CoHe e, blocking, passing and line buck- Maple Leafs of the International first tblor In morning -without 12-Ala. A&M. Nashville. 19-Ala. A& I. New Orleans .
harsh griping or urgency This Dillard U. Nashville. .
19
Oct ,
Daytonjv .Beach. Florida; H. R.. PM414Je.I : Bnnlnma Manager. ing gave Robinson much encouragement League posted a record of 18 amazing "overnight" laxative helps Oct. 26-Howard U., Washington Oct. 28-Jackson College, Jade-
sweeten sour stomach too. Then
I Florida A and M University.; TaBabassee, Florida. for the long' grind victories against 7 defeat. The life looks sunny again Made from D.C. son, Miss.

Tickets oA sale after OetolmT. at the foHorrteff Jaekseavffie ahead .' I!slender righthander was with Toronto pure gentle.vegetable Get herbs Elaek,-thoroughat Drsught. Nov. 2-Lane College, Jackson Nov. 9-Clark Col., New Orleans"

{ locations 'fcoCywood Mute tMer, 881V.. Ashley;- OebeaBobcr HANK AARON enjoy the di*. on option from Milwaukee lie. roeI or Ws.iii.4 1or..a3, IIOIf TfcUQ. Nov. 16 Betnune Cookman, Day.
II 1IftIJ.iqKo-a TMttt too
St Jams Boak..sdi. .,JIMq -.riB Oo, 6S8 W. 'ttacttaa of httttaff home runs a- of the National League. .. .. ___ When emuttpfttloa* wars Nov 16-Ala. State, Montgomery tona Beach Fla.

Bayj a&d Toorlst-Boreaa,'Bsj' .Pae$ get every team la tile league, BIG LUKE EASTER, the Buf- -. fauns .dietitian. (.tt t Nov. -Morehouse, Nashville. Nov. 28-Dillard, New Orleans.Sa'w4a7 .
et ffiut Draa5ht. & meer
_ arena
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oj betti at home sad .. This falo Bison's :first! b= mui was .

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Pa. BP& : ..' .' '-" -1 ... : J .DIE FLOKIOA STAR. .1'.."!! '....? Saturday, October 12, 1957tPALATKA.
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Mrs. Bertha Norwood is in MI. New home. CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKBy *
-f Easy PRIZE OF NO ON
SQUAWKS
WORLD SERIES
ami visiting, her sons and .daugh 3553' -:
ter. ; JAY JAY I
EL 3-5S75 II I *

Mr.;and Mrs. ,Frazier Hutcherson ,LEAGUE FROM "YANKEES When kids start singing the old i FIGHT DECISIONNEW It 1'. '
I
were recent visitors in Do. nursery rhyme, "I see the moon' '
and the moon sees.me", they have ]4.
Alabama last' week end.
than. The last game of the World
'
They were the house guests of I i LOST-Head The Chicago Bears Series between the Milwaukee, to say which moon. Yep the Boss YORK-Sugar Ray Robinson *

:Mr. Hutcherson's Mother. -Machine in i I up with the prize rookie of Braves and the New York Yankees Ides really have the folk over on the bruised and battered *

.' the vicinity' season when they signed Wil which ended 5-0 in favor of this side of the big salt pond all scrapper who lost his middleweight
1
(Gallopin Gal) Galimore of shook up. The whole thing Is title to Carmen Basllio on >k
Mrs. Carrethers: returned to her ket. $9..5.00 the Braves who- clinched the base .
4-9500 BA ..Florida A &M University amusing In a sense. We sort of a split decision let it be known
home in Detroit Tuesday after a or ball championship of...the world.
regarded the Russians with the after the fight that he had no
rs.Quite
pleasant fortnlte visit in Palatkaas Platt. The Braves got off to, a grand :
a story, goes with the same air of inferiority we felt as squawks about the decision. :
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira start with, superior pitching by WrYttf'a'
Ellis of the running of the tho they did not have the mental Robinson said: "I don't know -
.
Lew Burdette who had shut theYankees
The Bears first learned of ability to beat the all powerfuland whether m ever fight again.
Apts. out, on one previous oc
when a jockey in Flori alUmowing forces of the There are things about boxing I
casion; The
Remember. the- books at the gave the tip to Phil Handler Burdette 1-0. against games the Yankees pitchedby United States doing anything.Let don't like. There is too much in :

City Hall. close Oct. 16th. Bony assistant coach of the Bears. were all in the win column. The us hope the cow is not trigue." "!had to battle for every.

down and register before they call EL Jockey did not know Gall Yankees scored '2 runs against out of the barn.. We had better thing I got in this fight. PI decide euc

close so you will be eligible to, 1728 Gn name but his memory Burdette. lock the gate in a hurry. At a in a, few days whether I'll .

vote October 22. You dont have I II I good enough to keep the The outfield patrolled- by Wes time like this national unity. is fight Basilio again." .
to be be A Up 9t Ui. spat CQ a
a propertyownerjust
I on his .jersey. important. The cooperation In answer to a question asked,
Covington Andy .
Henry Aaron t.
e ontiUndliuAmerican yraj
registered. Don't put It off any I Roems sought information and Pafko and Bob Hazel were practically each and every one of the 16-odd whether or not he thought he *, wh make au

longer DO IT NOW!!! George Halas owner of the invincible. The infield with million Negro Americans is had won from Basilio. he said: country and ear"emav&Ky

!' interested. He sent for films Eddie Matthews, Johnny Logan needed. None of us share the "There were two judges and a I a better place ta wUck&.nest

Real state :Modern fumW what the films revealed was Red Schoendienst were all a views of Paul Robeson when he referee; I abide by their decision. I --

_
; to interest owner Halas. I have "
roO that no squawk. a "
furnished shoots off
manager could wish for., When we are a group * *
Street. :; immediately drafted Gali Schoendienst 'was hurt, Felix that will not fight Russia. The Robinson would not say Basiliowas I *

$ LOANS $ Mantilla took over at second base United States is our home and the toughest man he has

$1,000 $2,000 $3,000 Modem : young man from St. Au. and did a great job. the only land we know; Even tho ever fought when asked the question .
:
'$j.
Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred neighborhood! a basketball scholarship and York Yankees were only able to family ties on this soil much ,"With all due credit to Carmen,
held out from football "be
on' unpaid balance at'6%. hit Brave pitching in spots but older than many white Americans who is a great champion.I don't .

Let us help you to complete : he was too small". they could-not unload that heavy But at the same ',time we think he is," Robinson answered. S .1

your house or refinance 38 basketball training helped hitting attack the Yankees are can't help but feel bitter when we ."They don't come any tougher

years in the same place. reflexes and he is considered noted far. Realizing they were think of the University of Florida than Jake LaMotta and I think

Cafl of the best' pass receivers in the underdogs the Braves started opening its 'arms to persons who; Randy Turpin had me in much '

: business. During his college early to erase /that, idea. It; had bore arms against the United! worse shape before I knocked ANNETTE BAKES

J. P. YOUNG LOTS he did not catch passes be I been. said 'the.r dds were7;5 :the States a few years ago. It seems i him out in .our second fight." New Stanton iF-
he averaged 10 yards ,a to take pride in pointing out that
AT Yankees ,wouJdMake the series,in High School
Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh as a runner. 4 'seven tf former Storm Trooper or, North Annette
maintains
six games,' butitwent. the than Stanton's but has come along a high
:Main and Monroe games with 'the'. ... Braves coming Korean is now a student at the way. scholastic average and Is
212 :Masonic Temple Bldg. school. It welcomes Hungariansand member .
out on top.Manager. a of the National
Phone'EL 5-8014 Call Personalized TraIningin Casey Stengel of the the like. In the same breathit I We hear that officer Beamon Honor Society. She Is iC
EL 6-S391 DRUMS"D : Kendall is working full time with
millions of dollars in
Yankees had many things to say spends I the daughter of Mrs.
the school boy patrols now. The
TYPING and SHORTHANDEvedn& about the pitching of Lew Bur. taxpayers money to prevent one Mable Baker. Other activities .
next is full time
thing we need a
Classes'beginning dette the fielding of Wes Coving Negro taxpayer's son or daughter There which she participates iC
probation officer. are many
ton and the hittting of Henry from attending the University. By in are Glee Club iC
= RITZ THEATRE. October 17 children who do not enroll in any
Aaron. Manager Fred Haney of the way. Negro taxpayers's monies and Stantonettes Glrb'tc

Call EL 4-7627 the Braves was loud in hispraise are not, separated. We are type of school and are beyondthe Club. -tcki'
reach of the visiting teacher-
NOW THBU TUESDAY, OCT. 15 for registration information of lhe entire Brave team. being whipped with our own :
era. A county probation officer *,* **
Much credit can be given the money. T
could handle them.
JOEL. McCBEA BARBARA Yankee fans who went down in We' hope that Marvin Griffin -i

ss TROOPER H 00 K defeat with their chins up. The Charley Johns Frank Timmer. About Town: Happy birthday to

AND"SHAKE Learn Art Yankees played great ball, but man, Orval Faubus and the like Mary Williams of the Brewster:

their best just wasn't good all turn and realize that the real I!Staff. The petite pharmacy aide
DOWN" will not tell her iC
Braves. and age.;
enough for the threat -is across the water
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,.' WED. SAT., OCK".tJ6-19 both ,Fine and Commercial not folk like nine little black boys Harry Puzi is not investing *

"Highest Level of Orange and green are the colorsof and girls. heavily in the series this year. *

MARLON BRANDO JACK Florida A.and M University. The local planning committeefor Peanut claimed that his bankrollwas '1'm.-Wr '
Art Taught Anywhere"VETERAN
-"BATTLE the FAMU-Bethune game met low. On Sunday afternoon .'( JOSEPHINE SCRUGGS .

AND"ARMOURED APPROVEDLow Tucker Hall, a classroom build with representatives oi both Institutions 'in Jacksonville folk expected to iC New Stanton
Cost Tuition and the Press at the El Josephine Is the daughter
ing, was opened in time for the see Elmore "Crack" Davis throw ire

School of Art 1956 fall semester at Florida A Dorado Club Tuesday evening. his TV set out of the door in the of Mrs. Elizabeth
and M University. The modern The group was feted with sizzling Scruggs and takes an active
106 East Bay Street same manner as Matthew's home- i(
structure was dedicated tin ,Marchof T-Bone" steaks and all the trim. part in many school
Phone EL 4-0206 run sailed over the fence.
STRAND MmNITE -. SAT. OCT 1 this year. mings. According to reports madeat iC activities. She is Treasurer
_. Henry George Wade lost ten -tc of her 12th
SUN. > SAT., OCr 18.14 the meet this year's classic grade

CAGNEVS BEST "MAN OF A will be bigger and better. We pounds sweating aver the game iC class; Secretary of the
each
day. Henry tells us that his
Plus UXA) IY"Vatter' Brennan & could only sit back and listen as brother Rossie i( Blue Devils Band; a
Wadeis
group after group from both Strayhome i; member the marching
now living in San Diego Cali
and
schools reported.The concert band and she
r ROOSEVELTSUN. ( fornia. '7' Is also
emphasis seems to be on a participant in
Isiah White, the Consolidated iC the Stantonettes Girls'Club.
week-end. '
social
.-TUES. OCT. 18-15 SAT. NITE planning a gala
Distributors and "Old Forester"man -Ie .
SOLID ALL Mrs. L. G. Coleman of the FAMU
"STREETS OF LAREDO"FIRST 4 ROCK 'N III-tt \ \ I\ BUN! nOD CAMERON formative report. The FAMU the hinterlands. He is busy

.''SPOILERS OF FORESTAlso 7 P.M. Our very liberal the showing the new Christmas decanter
have
t Each account I U group Is planning to
Last Chapter of SUN. earnings art compounded I CURRENT RATE i Insured op to traditional "Rattler Strike" the which Is a beaut.
TUBS.
"GREEN ARCIIEB" Semi.i $10,000 by the Friday night before the game. Billy and Barbara Holland Linwood iCie.

Annually on SOY- I % Federal SayIngs Time and place of the "Strike" are the proud parents of .

WED..THURS. OCT. 16J.7 legs in this which Association b' 3 and Loan Insurance and other social affairs 'win be William Linwood III. The bundleof Wit" ., "* .
.
John Payne-Rhonda: Fleming chartered and ssp ( Corporation announced. The Zeta House on joy arrived Tuesday night. *

"SLIGHTLY SCARLET" also-" nrised by the t OF DIVIDEND authorized. by cot West Beaver Street will serve as Ned and Clara Edwards, former
WED..TOURS. U.S. Government. act of Congress. *
FAMU residents
Plus ,- TORT AFBIQUE" headuarters for-the group. of Jacksonville and now .
"BAD Mrs. Alma Monroe Daniels announced living in Miami spent the week in SERENA JOYNER
TWO ACTION THBILLEES: !
"NO MAN'S that the A. L. Lewis 'T' town visiting old? friends and seeing New Stanton -tc
.
S t "
55 on W. 8th Street will: serve as the spots* They reported. Serena Is ,a member of .iC

TEL .BAT. OCT. 1818' FEL.SAT }headquarters for the Bethune nice stay: the 12-10 ,class Her par.. .t(

"LONE RANGER"Also RETURN. .41' alumni. We are still asking that any I ents are Mr. and Mrs.

AUDIS MURPHY "GIRL ;The victory ball win be held young men who think tbey can I, ,James A. Joyner. Her r

WORLD IN MY CORNER "YAQUI at'the Duval County after the qualify, go to the* Bounty Civil favorite activity aside

game. The dance is under the Service Board at'221 East Adams from her class work is .. -

superivislon of Joe Higdon of the .and apply for the David County the Journalism Club' of

Hollywood Music Store. Music Road Patrol. See last week' which, she is a member.

I will be provided by the famous STAR for particulars. She is also an outstanding

:i. r FAMU Collegians.. Joe won a student and 'a member

: round' of applause ,when lie announced of the National i
IowIThriiItoNew APPLICANTS: SOUGHT
that he win donate;; his Honor Society.

: attars of the profits to his alma FOR ROAD PATROL q* .-* *

mater, Florida Normal. The pro. .
ceeds from the affair win go to CoagratBlatloa from tape
Chief Administrative Deputy Cola to these three Merit
the three colleges. Edgar Day announced this Award wham. !
Among those present from FA Listen to Pepsi Merit
Hotpoint week that applications for the *, .
MU were Dr. Gore, president of next examination to fin open 'Award salutation on Pep.si .

the college J. B. E. Lee, Jr., positions as patrolmen on the It Cola TEEN-TD

vice-president. Dan CoTHngton of WBHO 1400 on dial
i Duval Bawd Patrol are now being your

I I the public relations staff, Dr. accepted. Saturdays 10:45 to 11:45
-
I Foster of the music departmentand The examination Is tentatively a. M.

'ilulilVII !I"i several other committee scheduled for Oct. 15 if ft-

heads. From Daytona came Paul enough applications are re- *

,. Hyde business manager. Jimmy ceived by that time, Day said.
Huger who is sort of' charge de The test U given through the *

: "vivid" affaires and several others. Duval County Civil Service *
j is for "hIgh"-Vi i is for
We had a real thrill the other Board. It will be based upon

.................-......... .....4................. night. Sat in on Teddy Washing- first aid spelling, traffic rules *

r. --q : TOP FEATURES SUCH AS 1 tea and a group. The group con. and rcguiattuM. ISnguiJi, arithmetic .

w.- .. : 2-Way' Power Tuning-Remote Control: : sisting of a piano player bassist and word definitions.

: If Desired; Aluminized Tube For Better 2: and Leon Gonzales on ,drums inaddition Mtaimnm rrqniranenta are:'

,, : '| Picture, Swiel Base And Many Other *' to Teddy on trumpet. We Qruraatlon from an accredited

'- ,., -' .' : F-etures just reared back and relaxed. high; XJ&ilt minimum tWO-yeOT

; Change Stations at the Press of a Button I- The Marching 100 of New Stanton Duval Cgii.t) residence; be at

: .... ........ .........,',............. ... ...."*......................... .............. under the baton of Keraa Me- least 5 fret 11 Inches taU and Peed Gin'Deelirs .

.:; : Can be purchased' with lowdown -Z _. -:- CAN MAraTflllMYQ, PAYM' ENTS AT STORE Farlin was easily the most ,outstanding weigh J75: pounds or more, and oflacks.nvlu
-
_, : payment We can : band in the Community be between the ages of 25 and .,
: : handle the deal witfadat 'goingthro '. : .
: HOME .Chest parade. Not to be outdono I 85 yearn.Tbonr ..., .
; !, a finance company at low : who are successful will
: ., : t' IV 111 ill I d APPLIANCES |by a long shot was the green .. .. .
monthly lnsta1maeetae. ..,.. .", clad Panther band of MatthewW. be">> $'kfJlt"lal"-mdforma by' thecnotntty
.
.r .............................-...... 1279 NEW KNGS from theEastside *
-, .. ..: '. ROADI IPJ1_... EL_ 5-2360 I Gilbert. The band ,I ..
: school is much younger
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