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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
Creation Date:
October 19, 1957
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 19, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00345

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Preceded by:
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COURT ASKED TO ORDER NICHOLS 3 KILLINGS; ,AND 3 MURDER ASSAULTS RECORDED P t--: :.".a) 'a that petition they In be Duval allowed. Ctorctdt-, tQ .act-Court.. L nv s;',

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ACeOUNT FOR AME'S $100,1 CRIME- ; lawyerorThey asked that-.1

TO opo 'lkiDAYSJS WAVE ITS ALARMING.111CRj .<{:,: ':'.: .;": 't 't ,fllhrg ,of, a surety bond: and '7 an*f.

j Staff .,, 't r.Ual accountings on the assets of
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: : BY ERIC O. '1m.IPSON .<: the trust be'waived. -
NEWARK; NJ.! -- A suit was:
District 'Court hereMonday 'Crime in: Jacksonviille took a sharp 'Increase this,'week as the number of shooting. and stabblngs":'" The will of J. Leonard Lewis,
nil d In U.S.
u .: : the ll Y some of,them. fatal:'" rose to" the alarming score of."'3. murder. attacks from Friday, October 11 toThursday >.,:'> : was probated and fully administered -. '
members of .
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except for the' :filing of the-
of the ; UNKOWN ASSAILANT
Firat- .District p
Episcopal t5YOUNG tiE
These murders and vicious S
bloody :
Final 'Return and dlstrl-; '
making
SHOOTS 11MAN, ? .
AME Church who are chargingthat assaults, on human life WOMAN, ",
The last report on felonious h button to those beneficiaries'named.
Bishop D, yard Nichols had frequently for the most trivial SHOOTS DOWN MAN .
assault up to press time concerned .. Mrs. Nellie F. Lewlsrwidow '.
"refused to give' an accounting"of reasons-have: reached, a frighten. Samuel Taylor 24,1435 W.
The next case which occured on of the deceased Is the;
two church funds involving 22nd St. who,was shot man f.
4 ing stage that demands the attention by a
Saturday afternoon Oct. 12 involved life beneficiary.of the trust which S
$100,000, unknown to him while standingon
of our civic leaders, mini
murder, MISS FLORIDA CLASSIC. :
Church consists 'of'121 shares of CommonStock
the of and
Bishop Nichols, recently re. i I corner .
4 yBISIIOI' sters and respectable citizens whorecognize D fp.rgaret* !-i"" Y old: DayjjLStreets between 12:50 and Curvaceous Barbara Bentley, seen ot-"A f o ATnCTican>dfe* _iL.surance'
stored;; to active duty; formerly. ; Jr.afCTrfi l f ,
ithe-iiwd' # two '
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t V-i' ft \ has been'accused or'mUt: r fTFriday Oct: 18. "
f ri K ; an -. It here, has captured the title of Company of the appraised. .
presided over the First Dis.trictwhich to curb the reckless stabbings and der r after shooting Willie StephensIn Taylor told officers that a man
value of $24,200.00.
will
"Miss Florida Classic" and
Includes Philadelphia. ;
unknown to him walked to
shootings in Jacksonville and up
Petitioners S. Benn the head and left shoulder. Upon the death of Nellie F.
Include J.
Duval County.. him and asked him what was present the most valuable player
Jr., J. L. Brown, E. N. Thornley Lee Hutchinson, an eye witness He said he answered Lewis, the Trust Is terminated'

R.' O. Napper, J.. A, Brown, I. N. Obviously many things are responsible and: boyfriend of Margaret ,said wrong."nothing". When he said that the award ((3 Philco Radio) at the and the undistributed Income becomes -

Patterson, Charlese Stewart, C. for the'crime rate in Stephens, 34, and Margaret had a man shot him and fled on foot .FLORIDA CLASSIC game to beheld vested In James Leonard?

MJibprne Smith, Christine Miles D. WARD NICIIOLS the colored areas and thereforea fight at 822V.. Union Street Taylor was shot through' the in the Gator Bowl; Saturday, Lewis, Jr., son of the deceased.
Frank M. Boggs, C. C. Walker, to curb murder and Upon the death of James Leonard
.sued church funds campaign nose and the bullet penetrated
.over : where both lived. A man knownas Oct 26. This award is a presentation -
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and Cora B. Henderson. Lewis, Jr., the undistributed
his head. He carried to
mayhem will have to' be approached was .Furniture'
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Filed by their attorney, E. William Taylor came on the Duval Medical: Center from Jax Appliance Income Is vested In Shirley Ann

Washington Rhodes, the suit asks I from many sides. scene at.the. time-Clifford Bangs not released by Dr. HocKer. Co. and was arranged by Air.Silven Lewis .and Rene Dianne Lewis' .
NEWS BRIEFSTALLAHASSEE Same of the aspects to be con. Ziff, congenial manager of of James L.
the court to enjoin Bishop Nichols I and Stephens were' fighting and Patrolman Jessie Jackson: hives I heirs of the body

from "concealing, destroying, dissipating sidered are: Education, tackling tigated. the company.. Lewis, Jr.out"that .
AP Florida drew a pistol on Willie Stephensand
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or transferring in any juvenile delinquency; better law S t

way the books, records and pa- A. & M. University today reported enforcement, improvement of the the fighting ceased. LANDLADY KILLS ,

pers held by him." a new record enrollmentof Clifford Bangs.Margaret Bangs ROOMER IN HOUSE :
criminal investigation methods, OFFICIAL CHARGES PREJUDICE
The petitioners told'the court 2735. Lee Hutchinson and Willie Ste Another murder was committed

that 'the money had been en- The figures, announced,by RegIstrar examination :.of, graft, "fixing"vice phens left the,house, and as they Wednesday, Oct. '18, when John

trusted to him for his "super. E. M. Thorpe, represent .again and. moonshine operations. left, it is reported that, Taylor Stanford, 46, 1103 W. 26th Street BY LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 4 "J' .

vision,.possession and disposition." of 42 students over lastyear'ss and.stiffer'penalties.for offenders tothe was, shot by his landlady, Mrs.Frances .

One of the funds. Involved" In enrollment, the previous *. gave the: gun young Galloway. .39, 1103 W.

the suit-Is known as the "AllenBuilding high. The series of weeklong bloody woman. Shortly afterward they 26th Street Jacksonville, 'Fla. 'Tlw 18th Annual Session of the Florida." 1

Fund" which, the suit The College of Arts and Science assaults began last,Friday night met Stephens hear'Beaver Streetat Stanford had been asked to State Conference trill be the most important meeting held in the ,

says, was contributed by membersof I has the largest enrollment by when James Gertman,' 25 i of 808 which time'. .Stephens. ,. 'caught,. move; but 'up to the time of his area of Civil Rights in 'Florida% since the' 1954 decision of the U. 8. '

the ,district for purchase and academic unlls-i-1.051.; 'Enrollmentin ,West Adams Was'shat' outside the Taylor"aroun d, neck. According : -' murder he. had failed to do so. Supreme Court ending '-racial segregation in; public schools," m''-

improvement the Allen Building other units includes School of Cotton Club on West 45th Street. when He left the :house with Walter spokesman for the NAACP said here* tmV geek_ ...::, : ** ..u.
the
police .report
at 719 S. 19th St. Education 989; College, of Law.18 Deputy Constable 'David Moment to Jackson about midnight Oct. 15, Robert W. Saunders, Field Secretary -
Another item involved in them and School of Pharmacy ..37. Margaret, Bangs :Bred the: first
working under Jkmstable Lon. but later, came back. He knockedon for the NAACP said the
t Is r described as the "connectlonalfund. s s s i s rile Sikes arrested three young shot at Stephens, he ran across the door and the landlady refused what the NAACP needs j i.
< f -r "this session comes soon after the
." PALATKA Roosevelt HarrIng. men from we11-kaowa -local families ,the street. She fired" the'.second to let him in. most of all Is money to carryon 1 ,
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Money to this,, fund, says theaui ton, Palatka.'Negro charged with outside 'the Lincoln Country. shot and r Stephens fell. He broke through ,a window first legislation _on Civil Rights; the fight. "Dollars don't carry
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V; was contributed by district possession of lottery ,tickets, to-: Club -: : Police. said Taylor grabbed:. the but- could. not* get in.' He thenwent In more than;, 80 :years_.-It< is, .also Individuals! names on them"*'he ,11

members to defray the district's day was bound over to circuit -. 'held after ait-investigation 'said. "Citizen's councils are roe- I
Monent said when he arrivedat back to the .front door to being %
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obligations" under rules and court for trial. gun from Margaret and ran northon
the the scene, of ,the shooting, he gain .entrace by breaking, the of the State ConfeUce; Jay"a. eelving money from sources that \
regulations i; of _the church to pay County. Judge 'William E., War. received a description of the car Madison Street glass in the door. ,Mrs. Galloway : aren't putting their names on the ,
its .tax. or ,assessment to thegeneral reri fixed bOnd of '$2.000 after : ''was'taken : prejudiced state legislative committee -
in which the gunman had left to The body to the went to her mother's room and dotted line, surely Negroes can
church fund, to its Putnam Sheriff E. Walton, Pelli. .where ,.he"was which tried to introduce contributions "
pay : ,
County Morgue make more cash I
go; to the Lincoln Country. .Club. got her pistol and.shot StanfordIn ,..
pension, missionary and educational car testified at, Harrington's ar.raignnrent He arrested John Ebon, 20; of- pronounced dead 'by. Dr. MitchelLDr. : the chest. \ laws that were designed to in. he remarked.

obligations, to the general that, he .found, $965worth 1604 Louisiana Street ,' J. D. Johnson ; Carl Wells.''and :Coroner Dor jure the progress of Negroes in Saunders pointed out several...
church/?. of lottery tickets in a viewed the' the'recent
22, of 1632 Illinois Street andJohn cas-Drake body. BYSTANDER WOUNDEDAS Florida who might stand up for Interesting points concerning _,
rl'1 e81it., says that .each of suitcase in the Negro's car on I 1902 i investigation of the NAA.
Broadnax,. 21, of Davis S. MEN BATTLEThe enforcement of constitutional provisions .*
the 12 plaintiffs made. "substan Sept. 10. CP In Florida that had gone unnoticed -
Street "on"
TENDER"
and booked them a JAMES TAYL08BLIl1'D fourth case of murderousassault on civil rights.
tial contributions to both the Bound over to circuit court also here. He stated that Mark.
charge of :vagrancy pending in.vesigatton' _occurred last Wednesdayabout ,Saunders stated that the delegates -
Alien,.and connectional funds and on charges of possession of illegal MAN, STABBED TO Hawes, Council for.th Committee .''
of the Friday'night 3 .p. m. when a fight be to the Conference would
have'a" right, to expect the benefits fishing devices'aiter they pleadednot DEATH BY WIFE had to passage of.rthe
sought urge
after dance, shooting. tween tWo men ended with a bystander more than likely discuss statements .
due there-from. guilty were' Carl Waller of The third 'bloody/'attack .took so called "Anti-NAACP legis- *
Broadnax'and Johnson 'released being shot twice in the made by Governor Leroy
Bishop Nichols, it is charged, Welaka, W. ,A. Ja.cobs'and Ron were In the floor of
1 place Sunday afternoon when ationtt_ by going ,
Sunday,but Koona fi being stomach and ne'of the contenders Collins in northern cities snot,
has"failed i to "render an account ald Smith of Georgetown.s Lulu OdonV'Taylor; 44-year-old the- Legislature during its spring It
a being stabbed"In the chest. especially those made In Miami
i held on .a charge of assault. tomurder' '
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Jni to the general church or .- woman 'killed her blind session. "However," he stated
under 3.000 bond allegedly I Witnesses Rcsa Lee Ryles and recently on race relations and the '
membership in his' ALBANY N. Y. Chairman i
and ,
persists 1 "Hawes was denied the privilege
husband James "Tender"Taylor
mestine Jackson told police,Otis progress of desegregation, in this
make Charles Abrams, of the .State The victim,_Gertman Is In Du-- : with. r'
refusal to an accounting/: the theirhome because he was connected
Medical 'i in diving room of- Green.was: sitting on a: stool ina State .
The Bishops'' Council of' the Commission Against Discrimination val center jindec.: ; at. at'.1132. Kin -.Rd. ': .C '' restaurant at'505 Davis Street .They will also take Into .consideration a lobby. '* \ '-
AYEiiurch meeting In Wash aid last week that the com. ment for a gunshot wound ln"t&fcenter "
which Hawes I
: "The lobby with .
Mrs. Taylor who .has, been when Miller Green came in. Otis the fact that trainingfacilities .. *. *
ington"fan &pt. 10 voted .ac plaint of three colored applicantscharging" of his forehead. connected f
on who was reported to be. was
and started between" for Negroes may
i under'treataieat for -heart con. got UP' s: 'fight
cep tin g' the .4e&i ;1 of- the Judicial discrimination: In hiring Official reports In the Sheriffs ditlon told- investigating officers Otis ,Green and Sillier; want to:e1ter" e liew Industries : a group listed in the Senate and=;-' f

Council of the church restoring practices of the State Police has office concerning Investigation of 1 House of Representative Journals i
her Inside: and that are coming into Florida have
i that "Tender" began beating Green they fought
his been under investigation since the caso -and-.the. .circumstancesleading "for the Interest of i: "
working
Nichols as
to
Bishop but ;
.. .. when he C me'home after being then went outside to finish>It.' an 'been opened to Negroes. : '
wer. assignedthe'Po16th S. to the shooting were al. tie Peopfe 'of Florida" Also connected j;
He has been being
? : out aH night_ t.' :, Two shots were fired and Miller Regarding pressure reported I
District (Soulh .America CHICAGO =. The Tflfnols. .Con: most nil;' and -it "was found thata Lewis with the lobby was P, erij
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exerted pro-segregationist
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; ference.'of NAACP ,Branches last Depn! _Constable b not required While he was sitting In the Pruitt State -Le. \
anS/Cuba/ ). .. twice 'in .the fstomsea:by"bullets" against the activities of NAACP: tire former
ahe a dahe a
got
asked Gov. William G. under law to make out lfviug root ;i was listed |
Bishop Nichols had been foundguhty week : knife and: Otis Green was:stabbed once and its members, 'Saunders said lator. Hawes' as being

jof five of."seven 'charges'of : Straiten _tq calTa conference ,to a written report on arrests. Sucha kitchen and stabbed him in the ches.r ,* < '. :>-'. that*to a certain extent?"the idea a sponsor* Sjsnmdenf!: : iaidrAnptljer ; :/..::1
..... fay the Behest __ S:!:;: 1; -.t *
may..well..bo _
:"of"col situation .one.bL Important t Ion
mis- end
'deliberate segregation 4 e s
.mf.'ntlrUaUon.and' *The victims were treated at Of pre&ufe''coiningTP'IQ V, .63' !\
handing 1 'of.. .church-,Ifunds .by 'a. ored, and bite? .'teachcM"puplls'in ..",'.and.M.. the] aspec'ls" to be considered in The :woman was lodged. of In.her jail pnval MeOIcal Center .but-were: against Negroes .h'-mosty Inthe (Continued 'On- Page 8) ..

trial:committee: I 'the" Bi&hbpV'Council Illlrio is' ublici hooL9." any"attempt-to 'curb the" crtfflerise. after-a'-hespitaHcheckitip" released by Dr. Hecker. minds of Negroes." He pointed SEE OFFICIAL CHARGES1 -

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.--. .. f ,-1 i": The American tCiyil Liberties Union has cautioned against P1WO r
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".W'oo.y !MAIN OFFICB kIY ":PIANT. : (t t tJ Ji release of the FBI' ; i
/ report the Little Rock
'OD integration conflict
Moncri r. ,I ;r .
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Road .. .. EL 4G782Downtown CEIi 4-6783
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r asserting that the, disclosure due
.d T -- would infringe the principle {ofT. ;
1 fa -. ,.-__Branch. Office- -: 42..*' BroaC!;Stteet-Phone. !!: 4x3'13 I: process. '.,. .

r* ,, .: :Hailing.,Address:SfS .. \, The JPnion'a< -. ',.. ? :::I ;

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida views were con.tamed1n r administrative agencies."

r Erle'l-0:t31mpsos. 'M --r'..........','a'i :... .... .'.. ..'::.. .'o:!r..iWior ; a,:Jefc I Pressing h.arcl on' the pointfthat
.. 0.: JohDi Df. .. ..' .... .......... ...6.--.f.fIf ...!.. ...,..'" :"Psfaff! Tt mss" ti 9 ter to Senator names ?
'.' ( -:' .:' !J ;;..;: __....._ Jt : -.: tr ,. i of people would il '
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; x +R ,(D-Mont.), who 'licized .without a real 1 ;} I Ii
Member: 'of Associated c qo.- Negro'.. reee 1 N had 1 urged' theAdminlstratio i refutation, the' ,ACLU ]
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ear, $$5.60;Half' year!, bs.04t{ f y'; : 'to ''release'the 'data.concerning: individuals e must' ,

1li.tled To you, Anywhere: .In J be United ,tOO Laie t doom;. be made in. .'";proper forums, ta'

8....?1JS Icf f 1 Ad> ;bend eckt".lonet,Qr'' ''s Ta: -mentt j I ThAC" _, : I executive agencies:before{grand*

FLO..tBA.-'S TAtP::- BOX'561-JACKSONV1LLE FLORIDAINTflElUf r AM FIIYE.OO = -'Lu1 letter 10- was I juries; ta openvcourt trials .h.:.V" +
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'"" ,,' ', YOUR REUG3ON 11Eu. WEDOt r4lii A SUPERIOR CEAND Murphy JMalin. Rep_,JKenneth 'present. "Disclosure of.investlgative -
I i3nOY: ; ; "" ; HATB F :': N.Y.1.hadT. 1sO\< called information concerning
4'.;. ; K>*INS t .,' fV'iI "If',< ALL NOH-VHITES- Keating % ;:
zecuU"0 Secretery, National Association" v\ V v"v for release of 'the lTB|>report, particular individuals, as wouldjbfli*

for the Advancement of Colored whJdv cocas prepared atEheT order here' publicly!.made, precludes the

The continuing progress f-of racial desegregaUon People despite...:""" hardcore_ f: YOUR YOU SKINS RE DARK ; of >Federal',',.7judge, Ronald:.,' T possibility of adhering "to the E
reslstat tRln.f'tome'Sou 7 A +"-' INFERIOR Davies! principle of cross-examination and
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the oerolations:.} c a The ACLU emphasized that it opportunity for refutation"
1DgWghltng this; Ja 1D56., ,. :d < ,;: t,. WE HAjE r; ,strongly. opposed, the Little;Rock Expressing strong support for
process and r t
other directly related to it were f our' t4M5R4 mob's flouting "the authority of the public's access to full' Inform
outstanding events !of .thee. year: (a) the
dramatic
tlve' mass and effect thefederal court order" and ap nation about the Ltttlo Rock
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protest .
against. se.em-egat seating In b aces In Montgomery plauded the "President's recent problem, the ACLU suggested an/ !
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; (b} 'the efforts ot cerla1n
cripple South mstates to, ban or firm action" but It; could not alternative '
theactivitfea of the National ,
Association for the dvance- "Rather than the fullt
went of Colored agree '-with Sen.. Mansfield's pro. disclosing
People by means ot specIal state laws and court posal. text of the report, which would t?
inJunctions:, {c) the return ,
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to the Re I _significant, numbers of Negro voters kLii; Release of the full FBI report, mean the revelation of individuals
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>>ubUCarparty in the '
restudy and presidential! election; and (d) the the ACLU letter said, "would.be who had no chance to refute FBI Y

munlU_s. reevaluation of the segregaUon' issue In northern com contrary to the principle of non statements a summary report be i

The desperate WITH THE NATIONS SECURITY IMPERILED, HIS SHADOW LINGERS! disclosure of investigative files prepared by the Department of,
states measures adopted during -the year by "die-hard" except through established court Justice. This "white paper,' without
made to halt 'des egregaion< are testimony to the progress being procedures; 'While we recognize mentioning Individuals could l.
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recognitIon that 'lPUanc with the Supreme the consideration which you be. describe in full the activities of S
Court rulings Is Inevitable. :.
justify from who organized and precipitated t
"In Your lieve Ito departing persons
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.Negro Americans
I tbs> ''mealed in the South gave farther: proof to that rule, we hold' that the '.essence the Little Rock violence. :,
In
eeonomie 1954 and 1955 that,they wffl DOt be fattaidated by _. of the Fifth and Sixth "We believe that such a report, ,
reprisals,' threats of violence, or'Tieteace itself. They stand GuideWHICH Amendments will have been destroyed without violating due process, .:l
flrm7 today In their demand that :
they be fitted to enjoy their if prosecutors, in supportof would. throw important light on :l'

I .bona citizenship.. rights in, accordance with.the guarantees, of the Constitu- ARE" YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR their ,accusations, may disclose the conflict and assist the' public r
evi to understand better the deplorable -
specific Investigative
Court The Montgomery' protest dramatized tnfc stand and the Supreme : BUSINESS LOVE '-- TRAVEL dence concerning individuals .elsewhere ,events that interfered with, I a

made o outlawing bus, segregation won' by NAACP attorneys By PABLO ASTROLOGER: than in court or beforePEOPLE'S the court's'Integration order."
desegregation a reality. in that cltv.. c
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.;;On.,:the other .hand, large segments of" the white population of .

the,,South have been intimidated and at the present time do not ARIES New Moon, and the 22nd there 1

dare to dissent in _any degree from the position taken by rabble- Born March 21st Thur April 19th VIRGO are too many risks of disappointments -

rousers _reinforced; by the pollticans. The 16th favors understandingswith Born Aug. ,24th Thru.' -Sept.,,23rd I for those,:who have allowed I PLATFORM I -I

;One state, Virginia, 'has enacted a law denying freedom of ,allies ,and ..comPetitors alike Don't overlook the possibilitythat themselves to..become the victimsof

speech through its 'prohibItion of advocacy of Integration-Alabama, when this,. ,will serve ,the. .long certain people become real complacency. "

Louisiana',and Texas have secured Injunctions in state courts which range Interests that, 'everyone friendly when they smell that 2-10()-55-13-- 3215.CAPRIC .

prevent, the NAAC from: holding meetings, soliciting members, shares. The 19th .,and 20th:'stands there is cash'around. You,.should
collecting' funds, or conducting organized activity of any nature. as a guarantee of success and not overrule your usual' good WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE ,

These restrictions'" upon constitutional liberties threaten white demonstrates that the old.and'the judgment 'in this'respect. The im RN, FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LAW
"
Americans as well as Negroes and should receive attention from all new can be combined successfully pulse to do genuine good should Born Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 19th

citizens who wish America to remain free<< 9 50-33 4931-951. not be denied on ,the, 19th-20th. It is a question as to whether (Editors Note: This Is the first of a series of explanatory .

Our feet; as a nation, have more than a ,trace, of clay if, we 7-20-11-19-:43-723. you can gain your ends through articles by State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner J. .

hair.. the Hungarians for fighting for freedom while we passively ,. reckless and bold moves when Edwin Larson about Florida's newly amended Financial Respon.adbllity .

Ignore"the denial of freedom to our Negro citizens., TAURUS LIBRAV' { Mars conjoins Jupiter. Your competitors Law for motorists. The amendments to this law enactedby

The vote in the presidential election indicated, ,. for,, all, who care Born April 20th Thru May 20th Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct 23rti could try to cross you the 1957 Legislature, became effective October 1, 1957.)
to"see, 'that Negro citizens are losing patience, with the dominance The desire to demonstrate your There is little to stop you vjheh and you may have to forestall Florida ranks
of the Southern 'wIng over the Democratic superior talents and, achievementsis make these tactics. The New Moon TALIAHASSEE- time
party"and Its arrogant you up your mind to go : a of laturo has been confronted
insistence,, year after year, that no civil .bights legislation shall be ;not diminished' in ,the slightest; places and to attract the, good total Solar Eclipse 22nd emphasizes : pretty[ low among" the states and again with the old problemof
traffic
enacted: by the Congress. by. the 16th. ,And, the surprisingbut and throws this nation where total .
things of life to yourself. The also a shadow the uninsured or financially insecure
Negro voters are ,tired of the filibuster in'tHe: Senate and the exceptionally rewarding: out. 16th ensures you of- a greatper- over ,your ambitious aims and deaths equal one every 13 min motorist who is unable to

rulewhich makes it possible. They were; disgusted -with the 'mani comes :which benefit your .domes.' :sonal success., The publicity-- and prominent connections. It seemsas utes; where traffic Injuries occur pay for Injuries or damages whichhe

,festo".through which Southern Con s.smen'and Senators defied' the tic, companions and joint ,economic renown you enjoy could attract if you will' have to' redouble at the.'rate; of one every ,22 20 sea might have caused In a motor

Supreme Court ruling in the public .echoo. ],segregatlon ,cases. They, .enterprises' become enduringas new and ,unusual friends, who your prudence for'quite 'awhile so ondsv,and where a total in of traffic,OOO,- vehicle accident.

resent::the efforts: of 'certain Southern states. wholly controlled by well as:spectacular, -.Thevl1e'elyou ,, ; may adopt your views, on the ass not to lose valuable -headway. 000 drivers appear Since ,1955, the Financial Responsibility

Democrats, to defy the Supreme Court;:j and fo force Negro children; may have= started, moving 19th arid ,20th. The 22rid--,Indicates 7- -88r. '-42 -86-748t court each' year, all of whlchresults" [ Law has required, all.., l
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to. accept inferior 'education. 3!;' r-M. some time, in the past! may. now that you may 'J have"'been' gettingon ,- .. total, annual ecpno'riiicloss owners and operators of motor

.JCAtirtha. same time, by refusing''to'retain ''completely" to 'the be* rolling, along at,,a pace. with toohigh': a horse arid' that it o{i iOyeVjf.iWO.OOp.OOp.) ; vehicles who are Involved, In accidents -:,

Republicans, and by voting for, liberal candidates of both 'parties which even you may find ;4t J .hard would be .wise"'to come:,down to AQUARIUS These figures i ? were compiled. by: which, result in death or.,,; ;

R for the Congress, Negro voters served natIce that they expect. the to keep up. earth and realities beforo.c1rcum- Born Jan.20th:Thru Feb. 18th., an organization which _Is 'perhaps i injury 0 r ,property damage.amounting ; .

Republican administration to use its Federal powers to protect Jthelr 58Oi1h -- A J.i stances,do itfor .y u., Those, who I have J writing abilities one 'of the best able to compile: to $50, or more, to

rights, and1tltat*they; expect: lhe)Congres3\to pass "adequate'!- \vnrights I :i.j'.h .: ;.. 830u-$6-29-65-836..i.. or: \inventive minds, .may now such figures -the Traffic Safety! furnish proof, of future financial '

legiSia .. : / -.:_ :J.1J .t\ll J \ '. ,->' 0 .{; '- ..... .GErtINI1: : ,. :..' --- ; l find 'it possible: 'to -receive a favorable department of the Assoc1aUo ,'of I responsibility before continuing to,,

The protection= of'the right. to vote is the Nq..Intern Qn the Boml Mayf t, thru" Juna>21st" 'hearing'irom the individualsor Casualty' and Surety Companies I drive, regardless ,of' who was ,at,

lIst for Congressional act am. With bis'wprotcBoB, Negro 1Md white '.I i Make sure:that true loverather ." ''SOORPIO. : : organizations through whom In 'New"York City. ::1 fault'in the accident/'That Is the

citizens of thejlB&ith; coulif* iaidle Jiany oi M&J&fceasl-At: thtf .than'1nfatuUan underlies com Born Opt: 24UiL'THri"Nqy;. 22nds they' catf reach the "public.- The What 'has ''Florida, done tol reason Florida's statue is known

local and state leveIs.Tho .'* mitments' tyoql:: may be temp- Them isrrio need'to change the 16th stirs up considerable advantage counter its share in this peor I as .a "ho, f fault law, ,. ., ,

+ .Jl,,egro, 'has .no ,objectionra'.yolce ,toy, rptee. ll&ha dactrlaa+l i.as ted or urged to make.: Chance' ,tactics 'or .understandings (that <:tJ:It,'would,,be, personally andnnaacially record produced by a "nation .onwheels''In In, 'addition> .involved persons: ,

long ,sa a ',has : $.the.cyonduc o fwa; n ,1 a could bring you:money''ors ay w bayj;;worked... ; so -well.. 'up '.tow !profitable '''to;,team::,up addition:,to'the'many mast also secure releases 1 'from'inJ .,

secjues snph (A 'voice.4 ""]hewill; ,-,continue to\seekFederal. Stctionviand. ._ \ Although ;Lit may; not';be, considered ,as they are,jikely, to :'be ust.S, with;\ persons,;'WhOrcan- .advance traffic '{safety' jr a gr 2 a ur s and: r d parties ;and: satisfy claims 1'
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b1Jh oath ,he hIs! &lY, t1 f"JB ','x :to ;Ibe)the'tight:1''time for the effective" m' the dayp'letafrhere, tocomeaccording' is, you;; immediate; -,and, long<.range iimtiar' :projects j ; 'undertaken to foI' damages, unless_ finally', ',acUJudged '.,
a partyfhat'operaies tn suab s waqr as & .djnj ., t6 the aspirations;j. .:' ,, ,.': combat liable ; clvfl.court.
? ( !r actual. ceremony; .Theckion .19thY aid fhi&'possibIDty'of3benfjfitirig' from : held this problem J ,,. :the not by a .
.- -, ,b,207Zr.19723.:: ,"J I state iegiiature '' are riot secured'cofa
U releases
'- 20th1.mayiset-ethbiitimsibr:: a 'de ,, has esacted a .
DO'S MD' DOlI'TS'C. ,circumstances ,aDd people no mat.. ,,, : '
; 000
; I Financial Responsibility Law rfat i tip to maybe .
formotorists.
't..:. I, .regarding nlliances,' how nltllllal deposits., T...
ter ,advanced Or they :
i 36'J214.59..;. : : ,' .. law -r aired of respondents to", :
t3-S81.-\, This ,was: .fl rst, en* q .
... .. iCANCF' may Beemj,!'"ho,22nd.d rOTL.re.examine _.1_ ,P1BC2S i acted' fe ;Slorda_ in: '19'J.T';the satisfy claimsFailure 't' '

.. : ,: : your "actfons"' < .. A of. "the(' j>ast- Bom.:Feb. l&th,Thru:March,20th. ] PurROse_ ,of prdmbimg'safety i and, toC mply'ari result in
to make sure ::cannot be used J.
1hey examples
Even if the of othersor '
i financial security 'tothose ;
(: >royidlng driving'
'
)Bonx uni 22nd' Thni iuly: 22nd (:hurt'-ioU ; .
,you: inner urges are impelling
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a 1M' who were placed In the and motor."vehicle .registration :
ir \ : ,
There -19 lib1: cause for 'impa- I4.-7o-19--.c3-9'7.-:479: :take, risks/With I
to
you daring
.... position! .of having :to ,pay foramages''resulting p vileges. An., involved, person J
fence 'comjrulriott1 this"Week
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or as ., '" vital
and materialresources
: your also'
[ from motor'I1 ve.accidents. who. 'faUs 't'ompty might ,
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thin Ss wiitjmaeiia2faie''mtsch'more Mars Jupiter .the,, 16th '
,. SAG1'1'UBIUS r .conjunct cl.". .. be fined up:'to $500.00 and/ ,r'bV,
: advantageously i' -. : when: you keep: Born Nor. 23rdvThruX: 21si. cpunsels, moderation :and jelfresralnt. Recent:'amendments.'to this law Imprisoned for up to. 'QO da#: '

hands offT Yon may consider attractive 'It,seems better to..makeJrathsthanlOsea ., .The superior ,qualiy.of have strengthened It' as, compared This law'was amended by the,

offers to take' Up' 'more 1rlend.b7.be1ng exceptionally your work, an, inventive' turn. of' with the: original 1947 act: Thishas last Session of' the Legislature.

Interesting' important and jprofit-' tactful: if eeonomie:' questions mind or, ethic; .unusual, achievement ; been 'particularly''so'' 'as' it: to, apply not only to those in1yolved

able occti.": atirabj': wheni/they': are pop up on the 16th. Fore on' your .part cannot tissue relates to penalties and the means i In accidents,, but'also to ,

serious and dependable.rThV 4cans' sight: Is. .definitely' eupericrr, to failed to have readied the ears for: enforcing, of the, statute. ; persons whose, driver's ,licenses *

for greater discipline when hindsight._Tmdertoee] -stimulatingbeneflcenV of people in. high places.. The ;1947 ;Act' lacked '"teeth": have been revoked for violations,
t you feet disposed tcT press 'for aspects. And With tie 1-130-:28-27-:33-13T., : law. This
decisions _. .. a n consequently accomplished of the driver license ;
or .
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final outcomes.LEO -- -- -- -
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oj little toward the desired resultsIn amendment was aimed primarily
1-40-11-3-12--142: ; FOR 1957Use
READING
GET YOUR: HOROSCOPE 1949, the percentage of injured i at the drunk and reckless driver,

I .. this coupon, Lean more about yourself. ,Send '10 rata (one motorists ,in Florida.* had I but. also applies to other. violations .
i dime .la com! ), for each horoscope ordered; try matt Include self
: risen only about ten percent, to of the driver's license law.
Born July 23rd Thru.Ang. 23rd addressed, tamped envelope. Write plafcaly. This offer ioea'Dot apply approximately] 50 or 60 per cent This Is the way the law works,
to restdeats of the dominion of Canada. ,
'Be influenced by the trends' and of the states registered motorists. fcr involvedin
-y the -: -' This left a doubtful 40 or 50 borrowedcar
times rather than by your 1I
'r
a 'ST MmoLOGER1 exan1pte.v
own wilfulness ,this :week. This! PABLO, FORIDA per cent who might, or might not n in the .

will prevent you from jumping at I| P. O., BOX 561I ,. I have been able to respond for driv

conclusions or doing 'something JACKSONVILLE '.1, FLA. damages in the event of accident. ing license is then subject to '

Impulsive and unwise on ,the 16th '. I During this period 1949 the accident suspension, as wen 'as that of

Intuition. aDd the love of persona Name -- rate. in Florida averaged the driver of the other vehicle. '

close to your heart are the elements .". .._.. .,.....'.,.-" ,-__ H -- "" ', .. about 50,000 per year.. The registration of both vehiclesIs .
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t : : ; i. I '
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,
e p you should,not.ignore., You Address > ,, More recently this figure' has subject to suspension, unless
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tan capitalize ,on your talents ...: -i, =.1'-.7 ..... '-i-"..- -' <. .', quadrupled and the caseload ;the requirements of the law are
had public recognition on .thesedayt. I 1 2 ';-: SWeI I handled. by 'the Financial; Responsibility met, even though the owner' of

.! The &*& :could throw:, a ;-' : ., Division has increased the borrowed car was not actually

f ENCOURAGE HIS INTERE T _'IN 3CHO0 damper on some of your) pet I late et Bk1JI ..., J: '.'- ; .a '; I It. .teadlly with tb* growing numberof involved In the,, accident, ex.""\ ',
''l ? 44aa aad..projecthil ,.,.-..::. -: motorists in this, state. (CONTINUED ON PAGE
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p ;' Y.\ I feel -sure--you have been reading I ,Eula Mayes wild be 'oite. : ..--1-

.tj with avid interest (all women that Is) ; ;1r = i i9"x.i L L'r of the hostesses ..fot: the ,annual; SHILOH PRESENTS- -

i the erles'of articles being written by musical featuring '- Miss, ;;Althea : tr..'

4 Eric John Dingwall, the English writer, Y ... Parker, Oct. 20 Tabernacle ANNUAL MUSICAL,. t '
{ on The American Woman. Quite a bit of : .Lf"tx sr Sr Baptist Church.

.., Englishman and some of his caustic com. : Baptist Church presented
Mrs Louise Nelson was honored .
ments' on our American way of fife lie .' :' with an appreciation their annual musical Monday nlte,
program on
J describes the life of the American, maleas rf'i r. Oct. 17 at 8:30 pan. In Shaws Oct. '14 at 8dO: p. m. In their

Li a perpetual -round of strain, rush and Memorial Baptist Church. church auditorium. .

'"l '" worry in bin mad pursuit of more and ww a;. yA ., A program was rendered featuring { -

t l more wealth and never having time to semi-classics and spirituals.
Z > Miss Jane Elizabeth Davis, ex.
: enjoy his family or his leisure. And asf 7r Several choirs of the city were

,:--t result of aU the hurry and scurry in our hectic lives women are changed vows with, 1st Lt. Edward invited as guests at the annual..

I f :. offering most of the strain which is makbig them prey ,Ito every jykw" ,. Samon, who is stationed at event.
Camp Lee
Sumpter, S. C. Lt.
.1 new fashion, fad or cult that becomes current Statistics have also a Committee members for the
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,' and Mrs. Samon will make their
:" i : : proven that ,American women have in recent years become addicted presentation Included O. McLcn- i
/ home In Columbia S. C. the
f :: to alcohol in greater numbers than American men. bride's don, Otis Kelsey Ernest Allen

: According to Dingwall, th contradictions between faith and parents 1 have. announced.. Mrs. Mable Davis Ulysses Betty,
YWCA. .COMMITTEE MEETS -' The Business and Professional Women's. Club :YWCA met re.
practice in this Mrs. Mrs.. .
country seem to be very apparent to any outsider Mary Cummings Josephine
but the American himself seems oblivious to them. Pointing out cently in the 'home of Mrs. William'Stewart 1088 Evergreen Ave. ,Those present 'were, from left: Mrs. Bernice Smith of Jasper I Browning, who served as

t our various inconsistencies which he finds so evident, he 'places Mrs.. Lillian: GGoosby, Lois Hill, M. H. Steward, Verdle M. Cruse, Marvin: L. Jenkins Opal P tee, who will be one of the models featured I director<< and Mrs. Alice Mack
was.Hostess for the meeting; Irma Lynch, .Mercedes Kellam and Betty Thompson. in. the "Million Dollar" fashion
,. the American woman at the base of this inner turmoil. Well girls, and Mrs. Alice Roberts--organists.
there's' food for thought that ,could live up any chat session! "'con. _,' _..u ,. i y ---,---- revue to be presented the audi;

t 1 -Jt.' ,. .a'siderabl''discover.''the Lets truth.tape a: closer look at ourselves' and" maybe.. 'well' FAMU COLLEGIANS I YWCA' ,LAUNCHES TEEN COMMITTEE, torium of.New. .Stanto. Oct.. 35.'

.i' ,. Him-.. '* '. '* ,TOPLAY AT I BALL NEW ,PROGRAMThe MAKES PLANS AT "Y" Six students who leceived pro., NOT RECOMMENDED'

I -'f''AH .. The Teen Age Program Committee ficiency awards in ,the College of
members of FASJU Alumni are reminiscent this week of FOR CHILDREN
A. L; Lewis Branch of of the A. L. Lewis
.Id times spent on "The HIT and looking forward with enthusiasm M.. Law at FAMU recently were:
The ,Florida A., and Univer.
.to next week when old friends and classmates will renew'acqualnt- YWCA has launched a new program -I YWCA met on Tuesday Branch.. Frank White, Florence Villa,' BUT :
will furnish music in the '
sity Collegians a. m. Department
ances at. the ".R ttJer Strike" to take place at the Lincoln Golf and Open House for Service. Ernest Hunter and James Matthews

r. .. Country dub.'. This affair should be an exciting, one and help to for the Victory Ball following the men. The program will include Mrs. I. R. Bumey chairman of i Tallahnssee; Joseph Gren. HOW VOtJ'cL-LOVS: :

". :make the FLORIDA CLASSIC a memorable avent here.'I in Jackson. FLORIDA CLASSIC 'between the the Teen Age Program ham, .Anderson, C.; Frederick -
dancing etc., to give the
games tee, urged all members eomIRit-1 -
Cewart. Panama City and Miss GiY-:
Tifle. A. and M.: Rattlers and Bethune- servicemen stationed in and near ;
I' .\ t Cookman Jacksonville to on time far there were I Bernice Gaines, JacksmriM .
Wildcats. an opportunity itms .
important of policy t* be r
,The Les CamoHiaa Social Club will meet in the home ol Mrs. engage in wholesome recreation. discussed. One had to deal with COOPER .

,. Patricia Thomas 1586 W. 17th St. 'The dub is planning a ,Thanks The popular band will featurethe in pleasant .surroundings.: The ; teen-age program activities in the Mrs. Nathaniel' Breaker, local .. (Ah!) "

giving hop and wisk to eomplete tfe accessary 'preparations for, latest "Rack and RoH" and activity will, be .held every Satur buildlag that are not sponeoned mortician is ill fti the:.Drewster'

the. dance. Hospital Mrs. Breaker is a men.
.... popular selections. day. # by the Department.and the other
b.r of St. Pus Church.
f r Hostesses are being sought and item centered around consideration
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{ Tickets for the affair oan be
: The new program is beginning at the YWCA, "Open Bosse t* .young ladies between the ages that had to be given to the (.

Servicemen" Js an xceUet Idea and on whick" we all bep. will be secured from the Hollywood of 17 and 30 are asked to call yearly project sponsored' by'"

: a success. The purpose te! to giro bar ;young callers and men in Music Store and the Myrtle Avenue Mrs. Lois Hill at the "Y* for committee.

,rttuiliosn a wholesome atmosphere with eatcrtainnent. information.. DELTAS OFFER f
Hosiery Shop. Mrs Russel D Henderson far x N
I* it .
'; continuing her membership with
tile committee. ,New member -.'

: prospects are' : Mrs.: Ulysses FALL MUSICALAlpha .-:SUDREYHEPBURN ,

I .' ; .>n','''' ,I:: "L- / >- Baety, Mrs. Harord K. Telbert '
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r S.K. 'r- ; and Mrs. Jerry Iszard. .' ,
TWARNING
'i. : Iota Sigma Chapter of, -
I'c; : ; ,;, Sustaining members include Delta Sigma Theta Sorority of I (Ohl)
.;r'ti'"f'tlP.l: c presenting its tenth annual fall
:: .' Lewis. Mrs. O. H. Bradham Mrs.
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U : n?* ?Vj i. musical at First Baptist Church .
::. $jr i.M,> i : ,, ::.. Harry Collins Mrs. Ralph Lott
Sunday, October 20 at 8:00: m. : .
;>* ? : Mrs. Wilson Baker, and Mrs.Fret p. .
: :; p. tf"x4 A* x yhw *-+*> .' Ji: ; Richardson. The members of the sorority ,.

I ; j... *$& : ., are presenting two of their talented > Y
: 7.1 '
L. oii sorors as featured soloists:
"; 1 Hellen Stoddard and Padrica
; I : CAMELLIA LADIESTO
: Mendez. ....

HAVE TEAThe Centered around the theme

r .. ,. '. "The Spirit of Peace" with a MAURiCE
? t"AMJ. ? .: .
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1L? Camellia Ladies club will candle light effect this Inspirational
Ti'i: ''1'A n; A01 v'i ; CHEVALIER "
; >>; > ( Wof : present its anniversary tea Sunday ; program should be one of

:- t '"., \ a;+" ,.'"r:;; "? sl l from 4 to 6 p.m. in the A. the year's finest musical presen (Oooo la !fat!)

(. 'd'I L. Lewis Branch YWCA. tations.
,', 1. : '. .-: :.4. .' Bf.1C.I :.. -
; Clubs of the city have been The entire community is invited L

:. :, r ,;;;.'v 1 .I' .... invited and the group with the I to attend.HARRIETTE.

;" largest number of members
:j j:7.: pre
:i u-; ;
i- '. t I '' sent will receive a prize. DAIS

yrx: ; '' ) ,' Guest club will be the Gladiola .
;- : ur:' Ladies. Organist for the tea will TO BE PRESENTEDIN .ftT r
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t be Carter Lewis.ALTHEA t
2 FALL MUSICALMrs.
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Harriette M. Dais is being

= AUTUMN RECITAL presented in a fall recital at Mt
it ..
t ; > "m...J'. Tabernacle Baptist Church is ''Ararat Baptist Church 21st and

Davis Streets. The recital is being IN THEAFMNOOfl_
presenting an Autumn Musical
".' r :,;.... sponsored by Choir 3, District 2
1 Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. :Miss Althea
If I-- ;< and the Ever ConvalescantHome
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-ready
t.<1
.. to Parker will be the featured sol a
u: I Club.
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3'/z.' ; {I.::( 1st.

," o ''Itlf..... Miss Parker will sing some o f: The presentation wm be entitled ,
:;
": f
4.aL+:Spp'+Ep .' the latest spiritual and gospel "When Harriette Slags.
;," "'i'Iii ;
; selections. She will be accompanied The combined choirs of Mt
V HriJ '. :: ._ Ararat Church under the
:3 : by Mrs. Maggie Cummmgs Baptist ,

: ',- .. at the piano and Mrs. Eartha J. direction: of Mrs. ,Hazel Reynolds
51 { r
.l'i ; Harper at the console. Gross, will appear along with
SPECIAL 1ST RUN!
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., ::/' iI Don't Be' Fooled, by Imitations, ;. occasion Serving will as be narrator Mr. C. for Parham the other The singing Laura groups Street Presbyterian of the city. WED.OCT.& THURS.23 &24 ONLY

',' Johnson.. Hostesses for the occasion Westminister Choir and the Vesper -

are Mrs. Hattie M. Devour, Choir of St. Stephen AMERegular! Pricest -.

', ::= :-.. ,THERE IS ,ONLY :ONE NAMED "BRAND' ; I. '_ Mrs. Mildred Davis, Mrs. Eula !I will serve. ROOSEVELTCoFeature
:Mayes, Mrs. Helen McRoy 'Mrs Guest soloist will be Eddie SuLee

; ; 'Lydia Collins, Mrs. Arrie ton. Attendants will be.Miss Patricia .
OF STACY-ADAMS SHOES .
.. Upton Mrs. Jean Costello and I : Barnes and. J. Barnes. -
0/
;t 'i. Miss Marion HIckson. A banquet will''be held in the "THE COME ON"

j You'getting genuine Stacy-Adams Shoes ; I The Church building drive will church dining room after the reSterilng Hayden Hit!

-.. \\y **- s': I benefit by''this' activity.! cital. ]
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if this trademark ; "
appears. ? : .- r err

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rage Four THE FLORIDA STAB Saturday, October 19, po j;,




I Mt. Olive Women Plan Annual bay October 27 I ..





CAPTAINS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN .. TO GOSPEL BE FEATUREDMelvin SINGERS MALE' CHORUS :k'T" ;,J'",. i_ ....


Grace and the Soul Stirrers ..

FOR THE ANNUAL OBSERVANCE Gospel Singers will present a OBSERVE St ,

program in Allen Chapel AME

Church, Bayard Oct. 24 at 8 p jtu ANNIVERSARYThe
The women of Mt Olive AME Church win observe their annual !
The Florida Workers Union will
day Oct. 27 throughout the day with Mrs Emma Lee Moran as .
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meet in the church Sunday. The s'
Male Chorus or Zion Hope
_chairmanand Mrs. Viney Ford, co-chairman.
Rev. Anthony Jackson pastor, Baptist Church will. observe its
have rI
The following captains I
.! Wade. will preach his farewell sermon, anniversary .Oct. 21 at 8 pjn. in N' :
been: appointed: Mrs. Lillie WI! I
Mrs. Edna Demery, Mrs. Wil-
for the conference year Sunday. the auditorium of the church.
Jams Mrs. Viney Ford Mrs. helmina Baldwin Mrs. Mattie Stephen Sanders is 'president of .
t'I
Sorlesteen Mahoney, Mrs. Jannie I Williams, Mrs Sallie Gavin, Mrs. SPIRITUAL TEA the group and Mrs. Emma B. d

.Griffith, Mrs. Lillian Ford,_ Missmine Priscilla J. Wise Mrs. Ethel Grif. Johnson is the director. C. Par. t,
PLANNED BY CLUBThe
LSeabrooks. Mrs. Wilhel- fin. Mrs Alary Mitchell Mrs. ham Johnson will serve as masterof "

menu -Earl, Mrs. Susie Shelton Annie Bass Mrs. Gladys Norton, ceremonies. The Rev. S. An- !t.: -S :

Hra. Victoria Murray Mrs. Beatrice Mrs. Lrnme lawklns, Mrs. Al- Royal Terrace Charity I drews will deliver the anniversary

Alexander Mrs. Alma Rob- Club will sponsor a spiritual tea cermonett ;. a
berta Foster, Mrs.Margaret Lang in the home of Mrs. A.M.
Sunday
!aeon Mrs. Flossie Mrs.
Wilson L. f I Serving groups are: ML Ararat
Mrs. Ethel Brown Mrs. Rosa
3223 Gilmore St
Jackson, Mrs. Lathe Armstrnog. Frazier Male Chorus and Mt. Sinai Bap-
Byrd Mrs Jerry D. Trapp Mrs. Members have been asked to be "
:lira. Emma 'L. Moran :Mrs.
tist. The Male Chorus of DaySpring
Elizabeth M. Nelson, Mrs. John. Kate Tutson Mrs. Rebecca present to report for tea bags. Baptist Church will be ____ & -_ -. :! .I -
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Brown Miss Johnnie M. Hopkins
nie Lee Byrd Mrs Essie Camp. Mrs. Thelma Grant and Mrs. Mrs. Esther McGill is president. guest group. Others to appear are PRESENT? ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM ML Bethel Baptist Church was the scene for a recent

beD, Mrs. Matilda Carlton, Mrs. Edith Nixon. Appearing will be Mrs. Maggie ML Ararat Quintet, Male Chorus program presented by Usher Board No. 2 in celebrating their 4th Anniversary. Those participants In

Mardgery Harvey, Mrs. Mary L. Rodgers Mrs. Annie Bell Williams of Emanuel Baptist Male Chorusof the celebration are pictured here, from left: Mary Hill, Pauline Holland, Ruth Calloway, Annie M. Bryant

Betsch, Mrs. Bertha Ford, Mrs. the Gospel Chorus of ML West Union Baptist, SL Paul Janice Boyd, Rev. B.-.L. Whin, A. B. Reed and Deacon Louis Boyd. Second row, from left: Ruth '

Irene Brill Mrs.. Mattie Sapp A FLORIDA STARIN Olive Primitive Baptist Church A1\IE. Tabernacle Baptist Abys- Johnson, Catherine Edward, Carrie Boyd, Jannie M. Law, Harvey Martin, Lymett Price, Cleo Baker

Mrs. Lula Jones Mrs. Ernestine EVERY and guest soloists will be Mrs N. sinia Baptist Bethany Baptist and Thomas Jackson.FRAZIER .

Nedd Mrs. Florence Dixon, Mrs. Spates and Mrs. Elnora McBride. Little Rock Baptist and others.

Ella M. Preston Mrs. May >na COLORED HOME The affair will begin at 4 p..m. Usher Board 4 of Zion Hope and
COURT MRS; ALEXANDERTO 7TH ANNIVERSARYTO
Board 3 of
Abyssinia Baptist
will serve. The king of the Male: OBSERVES 9THANNIVERSARY SPEAK AT BE OBSERVEDAT

Chorus contest will terminate be-
GRANT MEMORIAL ZION HOPEThe
tween Stephen Sanders and Deacon
Feed Male Chorus of Zion Hope
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# .your baby W. G. Byrd.
A. AL Frazier Court will ob- Mrs. Bobbie Burns Alexander Baptist Church will observe its

Also appearing will be Mrs. serve its 9th anniversary Oct. 20 will be the speaker for the Annual 7th Anniversary at the Church
Hazel Reynolds Cross of ML Ararat
th at 2:30: p. m. in the Masonic Women's Day observance at Monday\ night October 21, at 8
Baptist. At the console and Grant Memorial AME ChurchOct. m. Mrs. Emma: B. Johnson is
p.
: CARNATIO piano will be Sammie L. Davis Temple, 5th floor. 20, located on Orange and pianist and chairman of the program

.. and Cecil B. Fisher. A program will be presented Clay Streets. committee. Mr. Stephen

according to an announcement of Mrs. Alexander is the daughter Sanders Is president. -

w GOSPEL SINGERTO of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Burns, of
the chairman Mrs. Mozella Buck. Visiting choruses will be the -
Amer ca9s this city. She completed her high
OBSERVE5TH ner and co-chairman Mrs. Mae Mt. Ararat Male Chorus under
school work at Boylan-Haven
Bell Taylor with some of the the direction of Prof. Arthur
ANNIVERSARYMrs. School and attended Bethune.
city's best artists. Goodwin and Mt. Sinai Baptist
Nettie Mae Spates, local Cookman, and Morris Brown,,
Male Chorus under the direction
All Heroine of Jericho Eastern ,
"healthy baby" milk where she received her BSS de-
Gospel singer of Peace Temple of Mrs. Terrell. Day Spring Bap-
Star along with the entire Masonic
Mrs. Alexander received her
CME Church, plans fifth anniversary gree. tist Church Male Group will serveas
for Sunday Oct. 27. This is family have been invited. Master's degree from New York. special guest with Professor S.

an annual affair which is held University. She is presently employed Davis director. Master of Cere

each year at Peace Temple* ANNUAL ,DAY IS SET at the Rockefeller Foundation monies will be Mr. ,C. Parham '

The affair is to be held this in Williamsburg Virginia.Mrs. Johnson.
AT GRANT MEMORIALAnnual
;F. )year at Shaw Memorial Baptist Frances James Moore is
The Anniversary Sermonettewill
Church Duval and Jefferson St., General Chairman for the day
Women's Day is to be be delivered by Rev. S. Andrews
at 3:30 p. m. and Mrs. Ruth Williams is co.
celebrated at Grant Memorial of Allen Chapel AME
Rev. E.V.. Mainor is pastor chairman. Mrs. I. D. Hinson wife Church.
AME Church OcL
: Sunday 20. of Rev. I. D. Hinson, is pastorfor
Mrs. Lillie Peacock is and
r ': : sponsor The Yellow Group has given a Many guest societies and usher c
the occasion.HEROINES .
a. Mrs. Annie B. Mainor will render
t:4 nusic.ST. variety of programs during the boards will serve on this occasion.

past week in preparation for the

big! day Sunday. ANNIVERSARY SET *
MATTHEW AME COURT
The Stan ton High""Glee Club
FOR SUNDAY NIGHTBY
PLANS WOMEN'S' DAY''was presented in a musical recital SETS ANNIVERSARYThe

last week under the direction SINGING GROUPThe
Men and Women's Day will be *
observed Sunday in St. Matthew erf Mrs, Alpha H. Moore. A. M. Frazier Court 156, Hevenly Pare Gospel Sing

kME Churrh, the Rev. N. MeIJray The services for Women's Day Heroines of Jericho will celebrateits ers will feature the Golden Jubilee

pasto.with Mrs. Willie will begin with the Sunday Schoolat Oth anniversary Sunday Oct. Singers of Valdosta, Georgiain

Pearl Alexander general chair. 9:30: a. m. and the Rev. L D. 20. at 2:30: pjn. in the Masonic their anniversary celebration 4

Hinson. minister will review the Temple, 410 Broad street. Sunday at 9 p. m. in the EElks
,. ; man, and Mrs. Lucinda Williams
1f'T
; } :i'er' as co-chairman. lesson. Many of the city's talented. Auditorium 712 W. Duval Street.
Many local and indivi
groups
The consecration service will .
artists will
on program.The
f' JUrs. Abiah Shehee of Union appear
: : ''' ; 1 :,,- .,.- Community AME Church will be begin at 10:45 a. m., with Choir entire Masonic amily including duals will appear on the program
_
',"'- with Melvin Grace serving as
; 2, under the direction of Prof
; the Heroines of Jericho
-'T= : .. the speaker for the morning serv-
:/--/ master of ceremonies. A
Carter T. Lewis and Usher.Board program
# ice. Others to appear will be Eastern Stars and the Masonic
2 under of Mrs. filled with talented groups and
supervision Maggie
Mrs Carrie Dawkins, Mrs. A. xxlges.[ will be there.
Individuals will be presented to
.Vingard. Mrs. Vivian Williams Kellum, serving. Mrs. Mozella Buckner chair-
y. the public.
and others.ELDER. Stewardess Board 1 will observe man; Mrs. Mae Bell Taylor corhairman. -
?'v its 64th anniversary at 3 The parade will leave from 706
DeWitt Street at 5 All cars
D. FAULKTO p. m., in the church auditorium p. m.
The Rev. Mrs. Sarah Jones will taking part in the parade are

\,"',.', ,. ::!,,- HOLD SERVICESSpecial be the speaker for the occasion.> DISTRICT 23 PLANSOBSERVANCE asked to meet at 706 DeWittat
4 M. to be decorated.
services will be held in Auxiliary Board 2 will conductits p.

the Holy Church of Living' God, consecration meeting at 4:30 AT Tickets may be purchased at i

14th[ and* Grunthal Streets OcL p. m., in the home of Mr. and BETHUNE. CENTER the Flamingo Cafe 800 block W.

2025. Urs. c. Jackson, 1518 W. 14th St. Ashley Street; Richard Bradford

Elder D. Faulk will be present The ACE League is scheduledat District 23 of Second Baptist Cafe, 650 Florida Ave.; Mrs. Rosetta -

to give the messages each night. 5:30: p. m., with the presidentin Church: will observe its 20th an. Coan. 635 W. Monroe St.:

The[ Spiritual Flames will furnish charge, and the eveningserviC8 niversary Oct. 20 at 3 p. m., in members of the Triumph Gospel

W : music. Other singing groups. have at 6:45. Again the Rev. Mr. Hin the Bethune Circle Center 231 Singers Association and the Heavenly -

,\ .., been> 'invited son will preach the sermon. West Beaver SL Fire members.

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_1 i BYRESEARCHERS ,
/ A ::-J : MGMh t El
I I$62.00 IA If

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Y :

I WRIST WATCH TALLAHASSEE The State .,

/ ot Florida is spending $587 a year *
\ for teaching services for

I t' ,. $62.00YAIUE with the purchase .each full time student attending *

I e ; ,,' J:" of your new Florida A and University.. This I

:! : Pi- was disclosed by Myron Blee, di.: : /Wet.

a J rector .of research for the State _
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Board of p s'f .
,k' Control, in a study pro i I : I
ect jointly developed by the uni- :
1: versity system, the 'state budget X :

F1iI7LU: ,; = director and state auditor, and /L@WtOA ::

\ recently made public. p. ;

the most- highly perfected The overall cost per student for t. .. __'_ '_'nmn..m_ _.._' A .
or
tip ih
instruction Pepsi Cap to
at the
: automatic washejr of all time! University of DEDICATION CEREMONY The participants featured in the these out &DdlDc lotto .
Florida is
t $578 and at Florida Americans
who make ou
School
dedication ceremonies for the Pearce St. Elementary are
State University is $652. country and oar community
A seen here, from left: Isadore Singleton, who acted as master of a better place in wk:ch to UT*.
and M
r-v costs
j fit-lalic 6, are $551 a student ceremonies, is shown with Ish Brant, superintendent of public
in the freshman ,
110T WAaflKBPOMDS and sophomore -schools, cutting ribbon to begin unveiling ceremonies. Shown in -
t \ :'. [ coo 0(11.7,42( pwatE years, $614 in junior and inset is James E. Huger, graduate of Bethune-Cookman College, who t * *. .
senior
to tub minutes WATEtj IEYEL N@fAlAlorIb years and $769 for gradu. was guest speaker for the occasion.
mttI ate students.The .
s11 pt -- ----
I ?** r figures were developedfrom NAACP CONFERENCE TO PUSH
I AGITATO wi expenditures in the university -
WARM or CO18 SPfySBEEDSBrisk system for the 1955-56 school
water to rinse and Gentle 't / year. But Blee said that he be-

.-. l lieved there has been little or VOTE DRIVE AND DESEGREGATION"More ici:
.I I t1 no change in the past year.

Florida. A and M per student
costs by schools than a score of Florida's leading ministers have Joinedin
are pharmacy,
\ 1 1 / : I IG 3,414; law, $3,300; agricultureand the "Call" for the statewide meeting of ministers to be held

); i .,.L$ home economics, $1,859; arts Qctober 24 at 2:00 P. M., in the Shiloh :Metropolitan Baptist Church it
>1 i f LS and sciences, $475 here in Jacksonville," said the Rev. A. C. Redd, Church Work Com. FLORENCE GRIFFIN iC
(
t ; education, .
/ $472; engineering and mechanicarts mittee Secretary for the NAACP this week. Matthew W. Gilbert -tc

i $868; and nursing education, Names of some of the Ministerswho Florence Is a member of tC
P x ,s k $1,921. ara supporting and urging Dr. A. B. Coleman of Jackson. the modern dance grbup, -
vile also spoke for the .
that all Ministers attend are Rev. meeting.An
the Majorettes, and is an CC
; 1 Association
leader Dr. J.
{ ,.. I I I Robert Wilson, Jacksonville; Rev.J. .
FOR DRIVER'S A. Finlayscn, president of the honor student She Is an
: I K S. Johnson, West Palm Beach; General State Baptist Association,I -
i, LICENSESOr Elder Warren S. Banfield, Tam Inc., also joined in with Ministers' assistant secretary of the -tc

\ Learning T. Drive pa; Rev. W. J. Johnson, Panama across the state' in urging that Sunday School in her -J(

[ AJAX DRIVING} SCHOOL City; Rev. A. Leon Lowry, Tampa the- meeting. be 100 percent attended Church.
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Geo. L. Perpena, Dir. SpeakOn l'i
Rev.
Ii .. Brooks of Tallahassee and (
t, ," ;I It Edward T. Graham, Miami, and program with other Ministers I
from all -
over Florida will be
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'.? the Rev. Edward J. Odum, Jr., *
I It. Church Secretary from the NAA- *
: A ,4P.!; AUTOMATIC RINSE CONDITIONER i The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER CP's New York office. Rev. Odumis *

\ .. bleach"I I coordinator of Church work
Powder or liquid x conditioners such as *

= bluing, softeners, etc..are added to .rinse-- water, MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS throughout the United States and ,.
1: wherever NAACP Branches are t, I
automatically. Receptacle filled at beginning of, ,
... ,
I operating. He is minister in "
a the
';t\' :; cycle and is added to rinse water: at proper time. African .____._ K-_: .,:,: I
t I.'v -----1:____.:__ EXTRA SPECIAL ____________ Church. Methodist Episcopal I / nn .
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BETTY SIMPODouglasAnderson:
; '..". Bull Whiting ---------- Lb. The 18th Annual Session of the ;r

,t'-'If" Roe Mullet ____________ Lb. 29C Florida State Conference will openon iC ;
Friday morning with the Rev.A. iC Betty is an honor student
... Key West Bream _______ Lb. Joseph Reddick, State President -
i< and a member of the choral .
: presiding. Workshops will ins '
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.0 ; YR.jGUARANTgE. CATFISH _______________________-____ Lb. 49c elude a thorough study on methods iC group. She I* treasurer i
r ry VR'T'A SPANISH MACKEREL for broiling ______ Lb. 35c of encouraging voter registration -, t for the Majorettes ,
AUTOMATIC Boneless SNAPPER FILLET ____________ Lb. 59c and a report on Desegrega.! k
r k and also a member of v>
I LlMfREMQVJBR i ON ti RED SNAPPER small sizes _____________ Lb. 59c ion in Florida including the Leg. iC
'Er LIFETIME V/ATE/ SMALL FLOUNDER __________________ Lb. 35c islature of Florida. K the tumbling team. ',

) STAINLESS AERATOR BLUE FISH _________________________ Lb. 35c Nightly Public Meetings -k (
''f S S'- STANDARD OYSTERS _______________Pint: $1.00 Three public meetings will be ... .1f ....
} S----- L SAVES Fancy Shell OYSTERS ______________Bushel $5.00 held. The first on Thursday night
t, OPEN _SOAP Mediuw SHRIMP ______________________ Lb. 69c will feature the Rev. A. Leon n
FRIDAY Lowry as "Keynote" speaker.Rev. .
". "' FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND REAR Lowry is expected to set the
NIGHTS 'xBEVERLY
tone far the entire convention.
y i .. .:. 'TIL 9 Atty. Francisco A. Rodriguez, .

4 ..X. : Without any ifs, ands, or buts this new Golden Anniversary Speed Queen is THE SEAFOOD CENTER Chairman for the Legal Commit.tee r

". the most beautiful the most completely equipped with advanced features Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 will speak at the Friday night
and the most dependable that we have ever had the pleasure of seeing or selling.We :'#. =:11 Freedom Fund Dinner. I

strongly urge ,you to come and see it! Easy weekly or monthly payments can .1 Top public meeting will be the:

o; be arranged. presentation of Mrs. Ruby Hurley, TAYLORDouglasAnderson *
--SPEICIALS- Southeast Regional Director for *

AS LOW AS $425 WEEKLY NAACP at Shiloh. Mrs. Hurley Grade 9 iC;
E has been featured by "LOOK" honor atuiC!
Beverly |Is an
24 E. ,BAY ST. Magazine, "JET" and other pub- *

SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER! ::.,a -, lications for her outstanding work dent who has displayed ..
i ,. -:- Carbine Rifles -:- Boots with the Association. She will ability for leadership in KK

4 1 p speak, at 330.; many fields. She" a "
Rev. Reddick said that the Con. member of the Glee Club,
&/ejtoUsvit ference is expecting from 150'to a solo dancer in the creative |
JACKETSLeather fr -
200 Ministers to attend the ses dance group and a

\ sion ,and about 150 Branch dele. member of the tumbling
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!fAST-WASHING 55k ". '. ,*'.ro: 5 ',Y ** 7 TO SPONSOR, BABY if Cola to these three Marl I
55 1 TWiN TUGS : Award winners! :
'.. : AGITATOR:? __ ,_-:.,..Nayy.jackets. Listen to Pepsi Merit.
CONTEST OCT. 25 ; "
) ifA Award salutation on Pep,
':>:Other: Jackets J(/::al Cola TEENTJMBIVBIIO .
HIGHEST ORAP* The women of Mt. Olive AME
100 on your dial
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sponsor i1:45'
EUCTRICMOTdRAll :' Saturdays 10:45 to
test on Oct..25 in the church. The *
Lt '$1.00' 'fcAY-AWAY contest Is In behalf of the"'Wom 1. bi.

1 en's Day, which will' terminate I
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1ma's 1 1 BLANKETS __________________ from $1.95 Oct. 27.Babies. ,.

SUPPLY MEN'S JACKETS _____---------- from $3.95 and their sponsors are:

Children's JACKETS __.:..__..:.1____ from $ .99 Leroy Brown J*, Mrs. Mattie
Williams; June Anise Williams,

SCHOOL CLOTHES Mrs. Lillie, Williams and },trs.WUhemena' ..

t 3.for $13995 I Earl; Cheryl Young,
a? : Mrs. Gladys Armstrong and Mrs.
ThIs Speed Queen is a quality-built washer and carries the same guarantee as the $10 Delivers -:- Boy Scout Gear -:- Camping Gear Lillian Ford; Rebecca Ariel

highest-priced machines. The combination offer which includes a set of twin ANY -:- Foam;,.Rubber -:- Folding Cots -:- Mattresses Hines, Mrs. Ethel Brown. ,

tubs and a year's supply of laundry soap gives you a special Inducement to buy SPEED -:- Shoes" -:- Tarpaulins -:Tents Gwendolyn Mann, Mrs.* Sallie t I II I
;your Speed Queen Now .'. and take advantage of the saving offered. We reserve 'QUEENth Gavin and Mrs. Susie Shelton; I
right to 'withdraw this offer when our stock of tubs and.soap Is sold out. Stop WRINGER -.:- Camouflage Suits Gloria Jean Newman, Mrs. JerryD. Ptpsl Cow& )

In right away, or phone us to hold a Speed Queen combination outfit for you. WASHES Trapp; Kenneth Wendall Dealcn .f t {!

'VETERANSARMY Wright, Miss Beatrice Alexander; lacks.avglo'Mw1.R '
Phone Herman Everett Donaldson, Mrs t

/ DAVI I S FurnitureCompany. ,,'}:EL 3-5791 : & .NAVY STORE Gladys Norton; Sandy Lawrence,
;.,135 Broad Mrs. Wilhemena Baldwin; Denise 1
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V ti CRAp'g. DOINGOUTSTANDING many outstanding jobs, a few of 'THOMPSON AWARD"- .
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which follow; Frank E. Pinder, NAACP BRANCH ANNUAL, HONOR I

JOBS Chief Agriculturist, U. S. Opera. WOBS TO,))3E' PRESENTED LET'S GO TO THE

ALL>'oVER'COU TRY Lion Mission, Monrovia, Liberia; ANNUALLYThe BIG SHOW!

Jake E. White, J .D., Head, tumorclinic STARTS DRIVE CONVOCATIONHELDATBCC
TALLAHASSEE PROGRAM "
Records in Freedmans Hospital Wash SCHEDULE "ThomAward., a MARSHAL
the Office of the: Florida A and M most .valuable' player award,
ington, D. C.; Louis Clark en.
University General Alumni Association MONDAY-FREDA SCHEDULE named,.after former Coach Jimmy FORMEMBERS
General Electric MATT Dia.0
gineer. Company; Ieo. .
located *2 alp Oa .
on the campus Thompson of Matthew W. Gilbert
:02- C5 News
Nathaniel and Julian Adderly, Weather
show more than 5,000 FAMtT. ,<45- 7N. Heaven's Road (Deacon High School, will be presented.annually JAMES ARNESS
musicians; Rawn Spearman, con. Grace) Tampa, Fla. -- The Tampa
graduates. There are many we: 7-:: 7U News Weather *at the Thanksgiving Day Dr. Richard V. Moore, President .>
cert artist; Raleigh Allen, D.V.M., Branch NAACP ,will begin an AND HIS; XL "CHESTER' O
7:13- 101. Moraine Capers (Hob of Bethune-Cookman College,
do not have in our flies, execu-- East-West Classic by the Eastside
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\ Tuskegee, Alabama; Carl Bailey, Hudson) extra special effort to get 2,000
.tivesecretary G. W. Conoly said ':to- S3 News Weather Community'Club. announces that the 7th Annual GUN SMOKE
jet instructor, U. S. Air Force; .:10- >:oe Morning Capers (Hob new members on its list when it Honors Convocation will be held
-"Through their work, they are and Father Richard Hicks Monrovia Hudson) The purpose of the award is to holds its Annual Fall Member-
located :in of the, ':00- Stl News Weather! in the college auditorium Tues T V. WMIR ON SAT. N TC
many parts Liberia. tJ-U:00 Junpln>.Show (Jofcn&r provide an Incentive to promote ship .and Fund-Raising Frappe .

world. Our mailings go, to nearly J: "Nine of our" graduates have UAO-lorU slaw)*' Weather a better competitive and sportsmanlike Sunday afternoon, October' 20th, day October 29th at 8:00 p.m.In
with the fall. meet. ]
all of our states and In, many earned the Ph.D.. degree and two 1113-llx1 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon spirit between. membersof Mrs. Achaleese Cruzo, Campaign con juctlc'l FIMI
Grace) ing of the Trustee Board.
foreign countries., Of the foreign, have earned the EdD. We have 110.111 News ft Weather the football team. Chairman said, this week. t

countries,, they are located: as. only one doctor of IIM-UM Gospel Train N..1 (Deacon During Thompson's tenure as Speaker far the affair will be 12 oustanding; Americans In the PLUS THE FAMOUS
veterinary ) fields of Medicine Journalism
Local "CISCO KID"RODEO
follows: Alaska, two; Borneo medicine. There are many teachers 120-125 Daniel News) (Trout coach at, Matthew. W. Gilbert; the Rev._ Warren S. Banfield, pre Education, Law and Religion will

two. ; Germany, ,four; Liberia I 125-12:15 Jb Mart (Yvonne Daniels) High School he has compiled .an sident of the Branch. Rev. Ban. ,. r y

*two.... Libya .two.; .and Puerto dentists and .physicians UOJ-440. Noontime( Daniels Yunetl.eYvonne enviable record of 63 wins, 15 field will speak on "Your Rightsas receive honors for outstanding 5-
) in
\..Rico, one" Conoly said. among ,our ,graduates,!' Conoly: 10-.13 News:.Weather; loss, and, three tied, ,when, ,confronted \Citizen.." ,He will also .outline contributions their respective
13- 2:00 Gospel Train No. 2 Deacon fields.
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*> A and M graduates are doing I said. Grace) with the Idea of the the present drive for voters The McLeod Bethune \ I

20- 23 News ft Weather cmamed'tor such the registration ,that the Branch Is Mary .
23- 30 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon award an, Memorial Medallion and four
Grace) Earl Kitchings presently planning.
coach
present ,
will be .
30- 3:03 News ft Weather Plaques presented.The
33- 4:00: Jmnpin Show (Johnny deemed It fitting and'honorable to. "We will have several door theme of the Convocationwill 2, ayv, .. ,.
Shaw) the award for the first prizes and a most unique
40- 43: News ft Weather name programfor be "The Christian Liberal
.F &* 5:00 ampin' Show (johnny fulltime coach in the school's history the afternoon," Mrs. Cruzo
Shaw) Arts College In the 20th Cen .
club the idea. said. "Our Committee hopes to sC
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5:005:03 News Weather The approved W Gore President
tury". Dr. ,
George
53- 5:45 ampin Show.(Johnny accomplish the Job of ,getting
Shaw) of Florida A&M University,
SATURDAY SCHEDULE everyone to join NAACP" ,she Y
C0- C:02 sirsOn Tallahassee, Florida will deliver
f 6:026.03 News ft Weather HAMPTON OFFICIAL concluded. the Convocation address with music
6:0570 Heaven's Road Rev. Banfield said that the
70- 73'News ft Weather JAX being furnished by the college '2FS
73- 8:00 Morning Capers (Bob>> VISITS Branch will put on an extra ef- ,
the direction of Mr.
choir under
Hudson) Collins H.. Davis, veteran offi:; yt '
8:008:03 News & Weather fort to raise its "Fighting Fund
y. Thomas Demps and the Concert
8:039:00, Morning capers (Bob>> cial of Hampton Institute, wasa For Freedom" quota in accord
Hudson) band under the direction of Mr
9:0093 News*ft Weather recent 'visitor to this city. with a letter from Mr. Roy Wil
x 93-100 ampin' Show (Johnny j tendered L. Allen Pyke, III Dr. Herbert
s Shaw) Whiles here, he was kins. Executive Secretary of Chanceller of
J. Burghstahler
A. .Ht; 10:0010-03 News ft Weather. 1 hospitalities by members of the NAACP. Mr. Wilkins pointed out I 1 1S
I 10:03-11:09. Gospel Train :o. 1 (Yvonne Ohio Wesleyan University and
Daniels) I local Hampton Club. the need for more money to carryon i,
110-113 News & Weather Vice Chairman, Trustee Board 1
113-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Davis, business manager of the the fight against discrimination Bethune-Cookman College \v ill 1

3 i yy4 Daniels) college, spent a day and a half he said.
12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne : preside with honors being pre.
Daniels) here, during which he visited The program will begin at 4:00P. t
sented Dr. Richard V.Moore,
12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) by
12:151:00 Noontime Tonetlme three local 'high schools, Stanton M. If cool weather occurs, the Bethune-Cookman Col.|
President
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s (Yvonne Daniels) Gilbert and Boylan-Haven, and< program will be held indoors. The
1:001:03 News &: Weather lege. Dr. John Sylvester Smith, 1
c s 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne Edward Waters College. Local drive will close on Nov. 20. of x
Daniels) College Dean will extend words
2:0023 News & Weather Hamptonians who made him welcome welcome to the Trustees and visi
23- 3:00. Saturday Session (Johnny included Club President N. (CONTINUED FROM.PAGE 2)
haw) tors.
3:0033 News ft Weather P., ,Holmes, T. A. Jackson, Josh PEOPLE'S PLATFORM
I Tfi 4 t 3:034:00 Saturday Session (Johnny
Shaw Williams, and Mrs. E.. B. Lavin- '.
404:03 News)& Weather cept through ownership of one CAMPBELL CHAPEL VBRONC- .

43- 5:00 Saturday Session (Johnny good. of the involved vehicles. fIn RIDING tULLS

1400 WKHC 1400 50- 5:03 News Shaw)ft Weather order to escape possible TO' OBSERVE IULLDOCGING
5:035:45 Saturday Session (Johnny
penalties the involved
persons
Shaw DAY
) WOMEN'S
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: SUNDAY SCHEDULE CHOIR, TO who unable *furnish
PRESENTj' are to proofof
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"".:1 i v -FEATURES4; 1:00- IGZ SUn On BALDWIN Campbell Chapel
Weather FEST financial responsibility at the
6:8265 News ft SONG ,
: :, AME Church to observe
r KNI'C'HT'.e' 65- 70 Heaven's Road (DeaconGrace plans ROLL CARS SUPERMAN
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JT KEN ,r.v' '. time of the accident must then I
: ) MT. SINAI Annual Women's Day throughoutthe
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70- ':03 News ft Weather' obtain and certify such proof, and
,IP..;. '. -PRESENTINGl l ,:- 73-,,7:30 Heavens Grace-Road (Deacon Choir '4 of ML Sinai Baptist meet other requirements of the day Sunday, Oct. 20. Mrs.
.
...- KNIGHT TRAIN ,1'- 7:308:00, 'LaUmore Gospel Sinters, Church wills present "Songs To law in order to avoid possible loss Freddie Felder will serve as pastor (
: (Live 'Gel Singing) for the day.
20 t
: ': 8-9 PAI. 12.1 NIGHTLY Remember, 'o t. beginning a "'
10- :30 Healing Waters (Oral of driving privileges. Involved -i" .
*"* CHARIOT Roberts) .., auditorium of the The speaker for the morning
; SWEET Eunice Riley) 7 p nv in the persons who are covered by liability GET TICKETS NOW ->-
"'9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FPJDJLY 8:309:00: Jaz: Revival Cent*f3ev.' church!. insurance or other meansof worship will be Bishop L. Alex WALGKEtN'S f
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90-100 Bishop S. C. Johnson have been I ander. Music will be furnished by
THE KNIGHT the
IN of
BLUES. All choirs city
te0/-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers financial responsibility at the \ ADULTS I CHILDREN I
10:30.12 '- MONDAY thru..SATURDAY (Live Gospel Singing) invited. Choir 2 of St. Stephen AME I r.sc r I 75c *
time of the accident, must simply
1030-10:45 Temple of God (Rev. W. B. Church.
Herbert) form which will be YOU FAY NO MORE
complete a _
10:43-11:00: Heaven's Road (Deacon 13020 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Free dinners will be served on IIIt
Grace) (Rev. Dallas Graham) sent by the Financial Responsibility .
11! G-I1:03 News ft Weather Z:00'-3OOJaieo Gospel Review the church grounds after the SErTHISTREMENDOUS
113-12:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon Live Gospel Singing) Division after the accident _
Grace) ,20- 40,God's, Holy Shrine (Mothe morning worship.At I
You'Don-t Have to Go to Town to Get 12:00-12:03 News ft Weather Rosa Woods) report is received from the De. 3 p. m. a program will be

123-,10,Heaven's Road (Yvonne 4:0050- Church of OodlD'Cb.r1 t partment of Public Safety. The ..
,Daniels) Elder Charles Beck presented featuring' the Gospel
1013 News ft Weather: 50-53 News ft,Weather involved person then has met the
t Choir of West Union Baptist
LOW PRICES 1:03-,1:30 Heaven's Road (Yvonne 5:035:45. Heavens Road (Yvonne requirements of the law by establishing
Daniels)
,Daniels) Church and the LaUmore Gospel
proof of future financial
Singers. sioe 0
On Your responsibility.The Bishop 'Sadie Gibson will deliver -

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: M.WTh:1sa1L: Qf. iQij key Matt1 iYsand'th ':Ilattlers Oct. ,. -Kittrell (T). n _Oct. ,19-Northwestern Miami J) ..7

of Jake "allfset.lpr: their'annfiaFgajhe (at; the Oct, .26 Voorhees ,(T).. .. ,.' ; ,:

Gat6fB6wlsSatorday,"October, : ] 26, at 8 p.)m..in; a regular ( :; r ..wr Ay By Eleanor Roberts Nov. 2-Florida ,Normal (T),. : (H). : .. !',, .

conference: game.'The"two (: ; ; .r >df TALLAHASSEE '- '(Special, ,,Nov,9-.S.C. Area Trade .(T),.. Oct 25-BTW, Miami (T)* *'"'
teams are'members, of l 7 An overflow crowd is :expected : 'J "

f I the SottUiern, Intercollegiate; Atfclelic have piled up against then on I S eJ here 'Saturday afternoon October Nov.. (H 16-Friendship.; College> ,. Nov, .1-Beach' High, ,:.SavannahH !,
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Conference sand e8.ch' team previous Gator Bowl meetings. 19, ,when the Florida. A- and M ( ). ,T. ,oNov.

vrhl bed triyingV/tcr, upset Vthe: | The Rattlers will go'.into the ,University .Rattlers meet :the in. .Nov, 23-Daniel" Payne;}H),'l' .." .
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otber/to.ga: tn. a%'&7P.::standing Iii :genie without the services ofWiirtondidown vading .Morria: Brown College i.j! er.I r r.' J :9i"Tto t'i-. CampbelC' .. '. ,Dagona, /..(!TY..,.....r,'
ttie:..conference, ll:tmust bV rpimemiberejdl ue: C"axi"nior ,'mt!' Wolverines in a homecoming: tilt;; Nov. '
IS -Cehter
,.,"1 ', High, Ways"
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however of the ot-lhe .
twins who vrent-c a }' } i : ;, highlights '.'- :'f," >" 'I... I .
tl'iWill' 'be"def ding their rampage against_.SIACopgonents. i A ?estt/j weekend will be ..thekcro 1 -:. Gilbert, High-= :1;? ;t, 'YH" ), :- I.r :\**'v:

npi "tj '.-VVHQCcLLS rate 4R ;fling of lovely Charlotte Gail ,-I*? -- ..* ,
\ '"tS hid':\ ***t* ** :in 1955.5Abut} at Jhe rapid : Oct: 17--Lincoln.;' Tallahassee" Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H'a. "TI .,'
will be out to' HiaHc&e h''bid< for with 'Which playe'rs' are.1d v loped :, acter .of -Jacksonville Pla," as '. f. I, ,' : l "
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i the 195?.chainpionshil3:' 'z: '" kt :Tallahassee/1t is doubtful as : c. 5- r+. ''Miss Fam-U" for. .the current ( ); ;. ', .' .' iJ.-iTt.,i..M .-

i {Head* Coach1''and*Atniellc* T& as whether It\ -will" make much .t .5 1-At SF academic year;, The coronation Oct. 25-Quincy (H). "- '. J-'

rector.Jake G lther, IS:: recognizedas difference in the showing of the 4 .... $ fiiy yM. will be held Friday evening October -' Nov.. Savannah '(T). ; :"if"eirt9o:

one\:of the nation's foremost tea n. 18, at 7 o'clock in',;Lee Hall Nov. '8-Panama City (HK Douglas Anderson' ,irks

coaches' regardless" to :race 'creed : Auditorium. .
: Coach. Matthewsrof Bethune. i '" ,
'N Va 15-BTW, Pensacola (T)., -' *:
or color bedause of 'championship Podkman "lost several top performers The tentative'' calendar hot '-.. ,*
Nov 28-New Stanton (H). Oct. 18-Green Cove
teams he has, ;developed? and the but 'ha' has striven to replace : coming events follows: Friday; ., ,. Springs'*:

individual stars, many of them ,,them from the list-:.of ,new : October 18,"'11' a. nil_ ., homecoming a ''' (H). ..

becoming,,,JUkAmericana producedat comers and, reserves from, :last : convocation: ; 4:00: p. :nt:, first *
Oct. 24-Stanton
: the' school'on the hilli.: ; year. Both teams will, be put for I Judging' buildings;' 1:00. 'p.: m., (H). ____. .

Head Coach Rudolph (Bunky) victory.. ,It wilt bea. .battle ,of p coronation of Miss Fan U; 7:30P. D., C. Vocational High Oct. 30-Voc. High (H). .
lit'le:
.Matthews, who is' a former star wits Matthews against Gaither.. c I ,,m., second judging of, buiild. j ) '
lineman at, Bethune-Cookman and 4 <. t ings. Lee Auditorium; 8:30 p. m., Oct. 18-D. Anderson (H)., Nov. 8-Bunnell (T). _..

at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Vagabond Parade 'assemblefront in Oct," -.Stanton.. ";,(H, )".;,:j"' -', ;. .-N, ov. lCn.'t: : r.".

Georgia will be throwing i every 'KING' COLE, TO OPEN 3 of student union on Boulevard Nov..' St. : ;.k.y. r .. 'I:
Murray, :Augustine
thing at the Rattlers that he has MAYS-LEMON St.,,S. GA.in,charge; 9:00 ,NOT, 22 Open.,,:,! ', ,

In his book to erase some of thedecisive p. ,m., Rattier strike. New Bragg .(TvNov .i' (1 "";Z- ''Nov 28-iPeck"'8igh Forma.r .

scores that the Rattlers ALL-STAR SERIESLOS stadium,. S.. G. A. In charge, ,>;23-Gilbert -(H). din a. .:''"i.',,, .
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Saturday October 19, 8-11:00 SSSIAC '
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ANGELES, Calif. Nat"King" a. m., coffee hour, lobby, student I S. S 0 :. J 1
the'famous SCHEDULE .
r F Cole, singer: _n Y- union student union social.board
52-75-21 and TV personality has been invited l ...,, .- 1 In charge; 8-12:00 noon .open FLORIDA A 'ft M BNIVERS1TY FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGEOct.

to throw'out the first ball READY: FOE, WILDCATS AttAmerlcan; Carl Crowell, shown house, guest house; 10:30: a. m., Brownl .
847-30 386 Oct. 19-Morris \ (Homecoming 28-S. C. State Orangebnrg..
at the between the
opening'game. to:: the; picture .will tbe to line at his guard poritfon., :when., ; the homecoming parade; 11:30 a. m., ) (H) I (Peach Blossom ,
Willie and the Bob Classic)
All-Stars
Mays '
} : alumni .
the
Florida A & M Rattlers meet the Bethune CoOk Wildcats in meeting;;agriculture buildIng :Nov.
this,Qown Oct. 26 B-Cookman (Jacksonville Tuskegee Fort
Watch Lemon .All-Stars at Wrigley Field Valley.
Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Saturday Oct. 26 at 8' pjn.. r fOwreH. Is :3Q'p.. .m., homecoming Nov. 9-Morris
Nov: 8, according to Herman Hill : ) Brown Columbus,
rattlers team.Crowell FAMU Rattlers Morris ,
the only returning AUAmerican from last year's game vs
Nov. 16
5" '_ 7' publicity. !. director: of the series. 5 was at guaid' year when the Rattlers defeated the Brown Wolverines; 5.7:00: p. m., Nov. 2-Benedict_ (T) Nov. 28-Knoxvflle, (There)

6 7 Louie Jordan; the renowned almuni buffet-service.: Sunshine Nov. 9-N.c.A. &T. (Ti -Albany.

", y 1 music maker'will serve as honorary Manor_ ; homecoming dances, 8:30 Nov. 16 Allen U. (T 1.. '.: '
6 captain of the Willie :Mays p. in., all students, student union : "' '' ,4:<. .,
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23 Southern
Wildcats.SPORTING Nov. U. (H) :
All-Stars says HilL building, Pan-Hellenic Council KNOXVilLE COLLEGE fttJ"O
All-Star ii Dee.;.1 =0B./Classic (Miami).
The major leaguers
984 11 100 jPBy formal, Howard Hall, victory ball. tr.BETJIUNE.COOKMAN .
-- which will' include, many, of ,the Agriculture building admission: : t. 19-Tuskegee: Khoxvffla.>

92--!9-43, World Series stars will play a I alumni card. Oct.' 26-Bluefleld, Khoxvme : .
second game at Wrigley Field C. PARHAM JOHNSON (Homecoming)

Sometime he'a"up Nov.. .10 also. Other'homecoming activities: 11 .Nov 2-Allen, Knoxville Term.4*.
Sometime: he.. down BILL '.LtrCAST former star'' field of sports has" a. special ,at p., m., homecoming party for Nov Morehouse Atlanta Ca.
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Ho. adds subtracts shortstop of the Florida ,A.,& M traction Once' you get to love Alphas, their wives and/or their Oct 19-Benedict (H). Nov. 16-Fort ,.

Bo works it all around Rattlers hit better than .550 for any"branch of'sports it' is 'a bard sweethearts and out-of-town Oct. 26-Fla. A&M (Jackson. Nov.'23A&M.Valley Knoxvflle. .

For October 26 PATRONIZE I three seasons. lie served as a matter to give it up completely. guests Faculty Men's Club and ville). Normal Ala.

coach for the A, & M baseball Slade is, attempting to make a I 11 p; m., homecoming party for Nov 2-Open. .
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99-26-14 Star Advertisers team before signing a Milwaukee\ comeba.ck.L Kappas, their wives and-or" their "j:
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LANE
i Brave: contract' and was assign.. I HEARD HAVE YOU that! sweethearts and'out.of.town COLLEGE ,:"
Association: Nov. 16-Xavier.Tilt of Maroon
team for the National Boxing Fountainette.. '
minor guest
ed to a league ,
N? r- z______,) ;' the ,1957 season. 'Bill is a Jacksonville is going to force heavyweight' The theme: "OPEN SEASONON & Gold (Lakeland). '' Oct. 19-Rust Col., Holly ',rfngs, =

boy who has made goodin champ Floyd ,Patterson to,Defend THE WOLVERINES.f Nov. 28-AUea U, (Homec rn- Miss.: -*''\'""..O.
Oct. 26 Miles .
College Birmhig.ham
his title before Gus D'Amato
baseball. He was
professional tag) (H). Ala.
the California'League's Most Val. Patterson's manager wants to.
0 :_ Nov.. 2-Fisk University Jackson
Who D'Amato with
uable ,:'Player in 1957. feuding PUBLIC SIGNS ; -
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J. ', Tenn. (Homecoming) JNov.
CARL CROWELD, is' the ;lone nowt We wonder. \ : o' 1.:.
ur.laaaw All-American on the LEE BROWN7 the first tan PETITION ON, :: t", ;/ ALABAirA i'hi' : >': ..., ',: ., 9=Phflander.Smith L College
returning A Jackson ''Tenn; r '-
IFS! 'CI. player, ,to serve .as ,a field.leader f
1957 Florida< A & M: team. Cro, DODGERS MOVE
well ;is a' guard.'and :comes from for the Ohio' State )Jn yeni y. .. :\ ,0r ,, >c.t.119-Xavier.U., New Orleans. \

Columbus (.' Georgia.' '.:. :. **' 'The i68- und. r fiend and cocaptain Oct.;:26- Allen .U..;CohnnbiafSJCS ;' { "/.;. .i' A i
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ao ; -' LOS :ANGELES :A' petitionto .-: ; .ia. State ;.;; i f
TVILDER. a tacklelACt.AllConfetence "Is one of the lightest line. "' BflmtDg MOREITOTJSE: .,COLLEGE tP t- v *
VERNON I
allow the to decide NoV: =s State vV
men in BIg fen fpotbalL public 9- .C. /Norma J.A, a.
on'tfie iU It tva3
(# 1tti. pamed I I\150-POUND_ HENRYt YOUNG whether. or not it; wants the Nov 23-Knoxville, Normal,.Ala. Oct. -Ala* Etate. Atlanta Ga.r r
to':1h team ,
o of "Michigan,State, wfll be one of Brooklyn Dodgers'In*Los-Angeles'harfbeen ', o ( c.r.i. Oct. 25. TuSkeC, 1t mbui. Ga.. !
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last is .hack'iand still ready 'r. tI- t n >
year ; ;; 1
circulated ;j
: -.J CaJ.
ihV thin seasons ,; 'H < Nov.(2 -Clang Atlanta
help-hifl..teammaUs-clinch the i favorite Players 1: .. ty W5 i. t. '. i-t 1
I Hjenrv ss brother is the famous The petition ''was sponsored by Nov. Su-Kno3cvnieAtlantaGS., : Ga.t
canferenee'siUe
4 957" Claude (Buddy) Young who made -tlUzen.rcommlttee--to-make AJ.A'R41\rA A ,-=_=-,_,_., Nov...3.6-Howard.., Wastnston.
.I JOHN L-vBULLTVANk' former -
? football history:'at* Illinois and sure the entire,situation will meet pet. : D.C.
British uulddlewelght 0 x,n g all '- 18-.Tprehou.90 lCoJ.! Atlanta. Nov. ,23 =Pfk'NashYiUe. Tenn.MORRs -.
T.J I I'L'
then ipproval. .
of
th the Oct
; laSt* as 1pm lay uy /"f-TFff -'Z 25- A1a.. $_tate, .
champion; baffiiedfromControl.
bock BalUmore.'C lts. oitne( _; Nr-tional0otball A leading Idty;official fsald the Nov!2 4#.t l' '
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the r1ng.by'tEe Britih7Beatd of tts r f : f
Tb board withdrew the YGa gu@ :1lenvy 'i. 2. signatures: ijf v 52,000 Voters are 1iovJ 9. av2anatz 'S Savaamh. ; r-r Tij: T t I

licenseTieli' yeaol.; Wmy.veteran f: a' needed for the,referendum move? Nov. 16-Fiskrt .; Naan1J1e. ..1 BT WN'iCOLLEfTEOckJ j
boxing bj'r the U.c SIDN v went. $ 4 19L'rl1l ;' it"' 'Paris :
+ KH )"r1vIIPAi3if'21fir'd II J r Nov 2S-Tuskege iast. Mont. ,Oct a 8ee.
.old flgaiirrT elving a
year 0\\, UnlvcrsItY. ei Rsconsii Jun. .' -. 3.'-D *. 26Kentacky Bh Frankfurt. |
medical report-on} hhn. Itr, is one of lie beat 'geld generals 4 !I J. .. -,. T cflr.>1--Open1' 3 ?I "? \II '
HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSON, a g' football tors5blane;: : :seems[ 7 11' .. ,-. NorBLSirB'xJrtuValtev Sf:: CoThm 1bu.
who had1() ei1il rF.'hitting fie&s&Honah in big college Head Robinson did nottitle pnJ1.1 osahis, 1LLE.Y.>a1V'IVFiSrf' -' Nov. 16-S. C. State;'Orangefiorg
; .. .. ,
Coach Milt Bruha\says Williams ; : .1.t.I.: '>- -Litl-j: t
but his rnoney ,as. ,well,; Nov. 23-Open5; , and .. '
through one
thepseason > .. tip.., i .. } ..vaR r y cl eroatn_ *r cnsjtne Yankees job yaa"8 .fapt f.anv. player.lave KID 'dA V L ... (orme?'* 1ter. pet. 2&-if:Abl''c tOmbia.Hom&x ; (Thanksgiving Classic)
bought bixr fir} the.Kansaa"p1ty i.".. ,Bralutaidas weight champion!.working very ( ;jII! ); :' Z ::: "_"' j .
Athletics was not much help 'I ever coac o .. hard for hp/bout 'with Caspar Nov. KnorrjUe, ,(Knaffle) -i --

-FQ1TBr A A !,! ? td theYankeesduriagihjnSimpson\ too t:: .Bevies ,! f r s tm*be t .fXi nOW rI'1-Wnuams... --r. Is Ortega, the "sixih ranking welter. Nov. 28 B thtmeuCdokaaffl( .Day.Nov. j: ____- -r __.. ;;;

: I the .. r. 16-Fla. .Ar,, Colmmbia. '
ound-- welter.
toQn gatbM weight-in-a-12- tona Beach Fla.v' *" SOOTH) jOABOLTNA;STATE ; i

f1.iT mRITU\NNtTAn'FL. ... : RIDA ,CLASSIC, .. .' :,back JB BQgTt1i.; msi Weight:bumittatfc iiUe .bout at ...._ Oct. ClarkrCoUeprft. Atlanta.:
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$ THE 'BETHUNE;cboKMAN WILDCATSap ),- 'I' ,.JPITCHER DON tJARSEN, did HURRICANEJACEEJONiia in Wrigley-Field: ( >in, Loa Angeles. bmV; A ,C., "
: nOt theXsaine fellow in I >Fight .tans ttought: at"'me time BENEDICT .Ca _, Oiae;
: : ,' t, : look like again; and chances arethat # .. Nov; S--Clafllit cd ; urg J
O'- training -.r'7
LV1. 4j54 .:..,"'4 MORATTLERS r. ; that ]The-Keed'=}was Sti Iwasnidup J a.v; 11'l c. p P.-Mn AMt;NormalAIL
the box the that :NOV
against ? graves the be hear. Oct. 19--BCoolma'1) ,,,,,.,, ,B. : ; ;
.fight world1will t
it.QJUQ pitched that n oilDodgerstta' : tler'attest the and: 'be :is.3iow a: title contender '26'--Savannah Nov 16 Morris,.Brown. Orange.?
A A M st.
Oct. ; Savaimah.
.:I } > ; ingA ,tracer.Jhelurr ieaae- _egaiu i burg. s..c.< (homecoming: )' :;
'last WorkP S'eriea -
the -v f Nov. 2 Fla.- A&MColumbia..
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,a ., .Jackson refuses, to be 28 Benedict College Colj j
soon. ,
gat-4-I2' t. '' L: ;. }: ; I Nov. 9-AJJen" TJ. Columbia S.C. Nov. .,
Thell'GAME .. ... Don' 'nughtTnavr hafl'-therTBanie counted! #/:Losing: ofOF1oYd THE BIG.TEN'1 CONFERENCEhas 16 .Mil Birminghain. mnbla S: c. !
In : Nov. :a_ Memorial,
,, ,' ,.r.... tY .. <- r.. ,;. H 1 S-. stuff but he justeouldn't get Patterson did. not 'dampen the two of the'most exciting I'UDane1'S'1D"
b .OE.m E- !!_ ._ gOing. ,. [l football iw'dim, Ala.
-. ,, :. R spirit of Hurricane.. collegiate1- Nov. '23 Bishop College. ,Columbia. -
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manager :
PEE-GAME & HALF-TIME P CT ACULAB : of Nov. S. C. StZ erColumb s:, TUSKEGEE rtTITlJrf: :
GALA and shipped-oot player Eddie Machen, who Is"considered Bob MItchen .zmnolfl batiback.Both .

a -?Jeaturing, The, = ,_- ,' the St. Louis. .rdInaishas gone the No. 1 heavyweight I contender, of these tan stars are from (Homecoming)i. ** : Oct. 19-khoxvffle CoL. Rnmwiile ., ,

,,FA1d n'FXMU. AND: B. q.'c.:MARCHING- BANDS. again. The big come and go first wct'eceBtly.that if
r baseman of' the Cardi&als bas manager of Ommploa'Mo$ Pat. and HitcheD from Hot.,Springs./. CLARK:,COLLEGE. bus. Ga. .

SATUIUDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER.26 -'8:00 P. M. been shipped:down: .to Omaha this tenon, wfll: jest- alP up for a THE'SIAC_ has settled down toa NOV' 2-Fort Valley State College. ",
time, but don't ,be ,too rare Big he the date, big and busy season. The flu Oct. '19-S.C. State AOanta Ga. Fort Valley, Ga. *-
title name
bout can ,
THE GATOR, BOWL Tom wont be..m: a Cardinal uniform the played havoc with football teams (Homecoming). Nov. 9-Mfles College. Tuskegee,
the site, promoter' and: even Oct. 25T-AU. State Montgomery. (Homecoming) ,
Jacksonville .FloridaADMISSION _at some time In 1058. If you .D'Amato aH overthe :Country .and the Ga.
..; referee'fl-b-tsaid it I Nov. Morehouser, Atlanta. Nov. 16-Dmard U., New Orleans
remember the ,big first .bftSfman wants to be can''have' either of SIAC certainly had its share but Nov. 9-Xavier, New Orleans, La. Nov.-28-r-Ala.. State. Montgomery

'- ...... cost the 'Cardinals" 100000. his independent promoters, EmIl things seem to-be ixrshaping now Nov. 16-Savannah St., Atlanta, .
Nov.28-1orrfs Brown Atlanta. .f
Box Seat $3.50-Res. Seat'$2.50-End Zone $1.50 THE GRAPEVINE says the Leace or Jack Harley;to promote I and they are ready to go on the I.

first step Al Lopez win take, next it. warpath with their heavy schedules :
,
:Mails orders for tickets will be accepted after October 7 byPaul season .Is, ,to get rid of all of THE GRAPEVINE: SAYS"Sugar. : '-- rIsK"'m XAVIEROctTlS -' ,

r : Hyde. Business Manager, Bethufie-Coofcman College_ White Sox tan.' players. From Ray Robinson will probably be WITH THE WORLD SERIES -Dfflard U. Nashvffle. -Ala. A&Mi:New Orleans .

Dajtoaa Bead Florida; H. E. PartaWgt,, B 'aesa Manager, What hak''been said, :the White st nin&' up soon for, a return. over sports fans can turn to foot. Oct.Oct. 26-Howard U.., Washington Oct" 26- Jackson College;' Jack. :

:'Florida A and M,University. .""'...ee,' Florida.&ckef Sox manager doesn't 'get .eJong. match with Carmen Basilio. After. ball now and see come thrilling D.C. son. :Miss. rfjt

*' > 7 at the'folio wing JacksonvIBelocAtfoMt too wen with tan'players.J 'their recent fight agents.of the action on. the gridiron. The' diamond Nov. 2-Lane College Jackson> Nov. 9 Clark Col., New-- Orleans. "s

HoBywood Mosic, store, ebb W. -Ashley ;Oebea BEA.ftWBIOltT" JIMMY: Bureau of Internal Revs ue a1 p.p ., dust has settled and nothingremains Tenn. 4, ;, .. Nov. 16 Bethune Cookman..Day.* i

:Bro1Iie,.8t James Boulevard: 'Harry File*
end TOHrfrt Bureau, Heas&Zag Park. \loa ... ....._..01 tile Jk;..,:t.otal..pur ..ot.i M60. nift kin Smooth sailing until we meet li Nov. 23-Morehouse, NaabvQleJ. Nov 28 Dfllard; New Orleans !

al.r. Jea, peB. De said that i97,435 represented; tax: again! ,
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Saturday, October 19,,1337
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ALLEGIANCE 1 OFFICIAL, CHARGES .*3&'=--' VOCATIONAL SCHOOL YOUTH SESSION SET UPHOLSTERY ', ;" -
CONTEST SLATED >*. (Continued From Page) \, .
OFFERS'COURSES AT SHILOH CHURCH'The NOW OFFERED AT } IF YOU *
AT 45TH ST. SCHOOL which someone in State Govern. IN BUSINESS STRAND
AREASIt WANT ,
;Youth Councils and College EVENING SCHOOLThe OUT OF DEBT
ment shoHld Out
straighten
The 45th Street Junior-Senior has been announced that the of the Florida THE ANSWER IS
Chapters State following classes are open AS_NEAR .
Saunders added, is SUN.
High School launched its "Mr : following classes in the Business Conference NAACP Branches ed for AS YOUR PHONE REGARDLESS SAT. OCT. 2W6(
and Miss Allegiance" Contest last "Why testimony given by a Department are now opened for will feature several outstanding registration in the Evening OF HOW MUCH YOU JOHN WAYNE'S
former investigator for the com. new enrollees at the Duval County Exclusion Classes. Upholstery is GREATEST!
week. The chief purpose of the i young adults, a spokesman for OWE, ORWHAT YOUR NOW
jnittee, during a nationally covered Vocational School (Old Stanton NAACP said this week. being organized ate the Duval PAST CREDIT RECORD IS. PLAYING TO IIUOECROWDS
contest is to raise funds for the
IN
trial and which referred to ) corner of Ashley and Broad Youth from all over Florida will County Evening SchooL LET US SHOW YOU HOW A.'lEJUQA'SFL'"EST'rJIEATRES
school grounds and for other !
I individuals connected with the Streets. meet at Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Those whe are interested in FAST IT CAN BE DONE ON
: necessary equipment. Business English, Business Church on October 25th asa PAYMENTS YOU CAN,
State Committee as not being out I registering for this class will call
Participating in this competitive Mathematics, Bookkeeping, Filing part of the huge organizationthat AFFORD. IAIIII-__
to seek a solution to racial prob- and Office Procedures.The the same numbers. Women and
NAACP ha* in the State of:
affair are all the boys and Budget CounsellorsOf
lems in Florida, was allowed to classes in Business are not Florida. *' men are invited to enroll. SKY-SHATTEMW
girls of the 45th Street School. Jacksonville
stand before a Federal Court, only designed for a Business Es Playing an f important role on There are openings also in Tail 230 WEST FORSYTH ST.
The boy or girl raising the largest tablishment, but the Principles of :the Youth Program' will be Atty. !oring. Automobile Mechanics and EL
the State
even though Legislative 3-6145f
amount of money will be a Good Business in the management Emanuel Eaves,Jacksonville. law. the General and Elementary and If
you are unable to come in.
mooned "Mr. or Miss Allegiance"of Committee repudiated the test of the Home, Social Organization Mrs. ,Bette Wfmbish, State High School Classes. Mail-

the 45th Street School. The "mony. Religious Organizations, YYouth Work Committee Chairman Name ............r.........
winner will also be.honored ,at/j "The delegates to the State Fraternal Organizations and the and Atty. Edwin Davis, :Miami ROOM FOR RENT Address ............_.........
Coronation Ball and will reign u I Conference win be interested in regular: Business Establishments ;; also Edwin. Fennell, youth Modern furnished room. Phone No.Learn. ,.................
"Mr. or'Miss 45th Street" at; 'tt&. all of these facts since the investigation are the basis for the operationof leader from Tampa, Fla. 127 Caroline Street
school's first football game JCto- classes. Therefore, housewivesas
ber 24. The contest termiaV-OB. on aid tactics being used well as office workers are in- Modern furnished room. Also unfurnished .
October. l KSpearheading :. by white citidens groups in Florida vited to register. rooms In private
Real Estate
the effoxf T remembers appear to be closely related," Ii There *are a few openings in.I home. Phone EL 4-6315. Art HOWA1D
of the finance co&init- HIIHo- <*
Shorthand
and
Typing Immediate t
Saunders said. $ LOANS $ I -:- -:- -:- -:-
tee: Mrs. Marion Hart WIlSon,, registration for application is Jar
"The NAACP has to both Fine PILOT
nothing and Commercial
chairman, Mrs. Rubye Ingram J urged for ,those interested. Applicants LOOKLOTS
Mrs D. B. Daniels, and Mrs. hide and much of the articles, may call EL 4-1175 'or $1,000 $2,000 to $3,000 "Highest Level of IN TECHNICOLOR WITH
$25,000
$1,000 up
Leola PowelL Wilbur H. Ruffin pamplets and papers that were apply between 6 and 9 p. m. at $1.00 hundred WANTED.. Art Taught Anywhere" JANET LEIGH AS THE
Payable per mo. per
si gerenal chairman. of the af introduced by Council at the 521\West Ashley Street. on unpaid balance at 6%. AT ONCE VETERAN APPROVEDLow COMMUNIST WITH JOllYVATh SPY IN LOVE

fair.The hearings were already .widely Let us help you to complete Cost Tuition
principal is J. H. ArgrettSr. Highest Prices
distributed." We invite the publicto your house or refinance 38 PLUS Co-IDt-!
-:- Newly Opened -:- in the same place. Paid American School of Art
years
visit the sessions aim to take
BILL THE HATTERS Call 106 East Bay Street
Patronize Star Advertisers part in th discussions," Saunders S e e e \ Call EL 5-4328 Phone EL 4-0206 'NOBODY'

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t ,t e Slain and Monroe Whether You Are From

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