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Florida star
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 9, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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MAYOR SHERIFF PICK JAXONS .. !'RUSSIAN MISSILE ADVANCES ..
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TO AID IN DELINQUENCY 'FIGHT : SHOWS NEED FOR UNITED US. :.*... .. r'C; :..'';.C;h,.."

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I SAN FRANCISCO 'The'r rent racist events at,, Little Rock r .. ; ; ,..

'in a special meetiqg between ing a youth advisory council. The'1 I have. served: to awaken. many Americans for the.first time to "ugly \ t.

Sheriff AJ Cahill and representatives function of the group will not be I realities_ of a challenge to the very;',uni y of our nation." Roy !
of several of the city's high but, instead -
to set up a program Wilkins. NAACP executive secretary asserted in an address at a' .ji
schools, plans were outlined to I
will assist
existing :agencies and .
luncheon meeting of the famous and influential CommonwealthClub .. .
halt the 'rising tide of vandalismand help form new agencies ;n their .. .
of California last Friday. .. f ) i :;'i- > :': :
hoodlumism sweeping .the programs dealing with youth. At "One of the lessons of the sput.I is no excuse for continued segregation >.....(?'!,":,".' ".';;.:.>"...'.:".,< "':,"' .. ':"7."(:,;,t'ii.I: : ,
Negro schools. Attention was this meeting ten. persons were ." .... ;
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called to the recent incidents at nik. the NAACP leader asserted,i ,
called by the mayor. They are as The Little Rock situation also"dealt ; "
the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park and follows: Josepl."H. James, Mrs. "is that we dare not persist with a stab in the back to :. ..,1:

In several of the schools in which Arnolta Williams, Joe Nixon, segregated education or with American prestige" _abroad, Mr. #: .. Y ":

teachers have been attacked and Charles ,D. Brooks, David H.Dwight i second-class citizenship. It is plain Wilkins noted, pointing out: "The -
"MISS STANTON" AND ATTENDANTS In the recently closed contest for the much sought
property destroyed. Theodore .Redding,I now that we do not have the world cannot understand nor long after title of Mss' Stanton", ,the wInner and her .at end.antiJ' are.shown in the picture. On the

The sheriff agreed to deputize Charles F. JamesDallas Graham, exclusive.'know-how': : and .that we .respect .a ton, 'in which,. a..governor'calls left. is 'Bliss Flora.Herring; 'a member! of. 'the' 10th grade; Miss Annette Harper (Miss Stanton} ofI' I
and
persons' "ln-the'schools-who' "will"havefull Df C-s-\Villi: ms Enc oYSimpon I tJT barlittle.
need' every brain and every man out'troops the 12th grade and Miss Betty:IcSnilai, a': _member j f tYje. Mth grade. The winner was chosen oa
authority and can make ..THe total'c :mc11 .loin and womanvho can be musteredfor children ,from school ln defianceof I'the basis of her talented accomplishments.
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arrests on the school property and .consist of twenty: members. He the campaign of survival." the Supreme Court of the land, '

hold any person in custody until asked the group: to select the other To gain their objective of full a nation nvwhich: mobs beat and '

officers arrive. It was pointed out ten. Pro f. reeks, temporary citizenship rights, Mr. Wilkins de kick and stone, and spit- upon NEGRO ON i WIOFSPRFAS{ ) SHINE OPERATIONS

.that oftimes persons are caughtIn chairman of the group called a clared.. Negroes: "are prepared to those who -happen not to )be .
the act but that the time
by meeting Wednesday morningat sacrifice today as they have sacri- white." I
officers arrive they have fled and I 10 ajn. at'wh'ch' time the other ficed in the past. They are willingand The address: contained a strong / SEEN AS F ACTOR IN CRI 1E.
CIVIL RIGHTSCOMMISSION
the person apprehending them has ten will be selected. Eachrmember .
eager to pal the price for denunciation of states' rights as .
no. power to hold them. will offer 1 .
one name.
freedom so' long overdue. Neither the theory as interpreted by By Staff CorrespondentThe
Probation officer E. C. Benedict
punitive legislation, nor harassing many southern states. list of arrests made for moonshine operations during &
assured the sheriff that the juvenile '
MAN IS ARRESTED regulations, nor threats nor economic Recalling that ,Arkansas Gov- recent roundup gives some indication of how widespread mooshine
court would issue warrantsand
ON ASSAULT COUNT freeze-outs, nor insult nor ernor Orval Faubus cited states' activities have been in the colored areas whre the crime rate ha
handle all cases brought be- .
humiliation, nor mobs, nor death rights .against federal authority WASHINGTONPresident E: I been at an alarming high. -
fore them. He stated that it is a Johnny Eli Johnson 20, 1225 ..
will halt .them in their quest. Mr. Wilkins said: "He and his senhower last Thursday announced It has been found that one of
state law 13th arrested Sat-
against any person en- )V. Street was
"Their little children supporters cry out that the his the factors contributing to without license and possession of
begottenof
long-awaited appoint- prime
tering public school property with urday, Nov. 2 by Deputy Con- '
parents of faith and courage, South is a hapless minority sub- the high rate of crime cases gambling paraphernalia were
intent to cause disturbance or destroy stable Richard Wilson at the Du- ments to the Civil Rights Commission
have shown' by, their fearlessnes jected to the rule of a ruthless involving shootings, stabbings and made In Criminal Court by direct
property.The val Barrel Company, Myrtle Ave.and i : which Congress author-
of ar.d their .dignity thRt a people majority. They ask recognition of other forms of assault to murder information.
sheriff directed chief depu- Harper St. on a charge ized
several
months
will their minority status in the na- ago. wide of The .
ty Whitehead to issue an order to assault to murder. not be'denied their heritage. is the open operation investigating officers arrested
all departments to pick up any Johnson and Earl Prater 25, Refuting the charge that "Ne tion." The president named as chairman moonshine establishments in the Veora Terry 720 Mars Ct.;

person juvenile or not if he is in :356 Nixon Street were In an gro children are incapable, of attaining Minority Rights RestrictedBut Stanley F. Reed, 72, retired colored areas of the city and James Green, 805 W. Beaver' St.;
the mental the civil rights leader asserted of the Court. Susie Robinson 1901 Illinois An-
the act of commiting any act of argument in a beer parlor at 1045 achievementof justice Supreme county. ;
disorder. The sheriff also madeit Myrtle Avenue and Johnson is reported whites." Mr. Wilkins pointedout Gov. Faubus and other The vice chairman will be JohnA. Court records show that Willie nie Mae Williams 1326 Johnson -

plain that all of his work will to have pulled a knife and that "all the evidence deals states' rights advocates "demandfor Hannah, '55, president of James Edwards of 1225 Albert St.; Irene Baker 707 W. Beaver

be in cooperation with the city stabbed Prater one time in the with averages: those who woulduse themselves minority rights Michigan State University and Street was sentenced to a 30-day St. and Droothy King 714 W

law enforcement officers.Mr. right upper chest.. Prater signeda it 'as an excuse, for not desegregating which in turn they deny to their former assistant secretary of de jail sentence after being arrested Monroe. ... -. "

Charles D. Brooks of New warrant. schools conveniently own minorities. While protesting fense. three tims in October for liquor Seized in the raid were 40 half
,
Stanton stated that he would ask Police said that when Johnson forget that many Negroes despitethe loudly and vigorously alleged re- Other members of body are: violations. The two previous cases pints of whisky. 19 cases of beer

all"of: the secondary principals to was arrested lie"was'"armed* witha disadvantages', score' just as strictions upon their liberties they J. Ernest Wilkins. .63, Negro for- are pending in Criminal Court. a quantity of Cuba and Bond

meet with, him on Tuesday morn- revolver ,and a knife. high whites For these ob consistently 'restrict the freedom mer assistant secretary of labor; Sentence 'was impost by Municipal books and J4.500 cash.
.
ing at '10 a.m. In his office. At viously. of Negro citizens in their states.: John S. Battle, 67, governor of Court Judge Charles Miller I Other moonshine violations 'tfur.
,Patrolmen J. J., Doe, E. Hick-
that time the sheriff will swear in Virginia from 1950 to 1954; the when Edwards was arrested Oct. ing the month follow: .
son, Sgt. ,G. T._ Jones and Lt. R-
and deputize persons recomn nd- B. Whittington investigated. JAMES WELDON JOHNSON YMCA Rev. Theodore- M. Hesburgh 40. :31 for violation of city ordinanceCC Oct. 4 Virginia Hardy 17M
ed"from each school by the prin president" of Notre Dame University 134, possession "non-tax-pald W. 30th St.. --violation of state

cipals. ; and Robert G. Storey 63, whisky one gallon, of moon- liquor laws, possession of fives .
This morning in the mayor's office WORK TO. BEGIN TO BEGIN ANNUAL PRAYER WEEKThe 'dean of Southern Methodist University shine. gallons of shine. Three inmates

,a nucleus of ten persons were ON NEGRO HOUSING Law School and a former Ulysses Mathis, who was arrested I fined $10 each In'Municipal Court.

called together by Mayor Haydon UNIT president of the American Bar with Edwards at the Al- I Oct. 5 Andrew''' Gillis, M2iPrioieau :: .
IN DAYTONA
James Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA will conduct Its an- '
Burns 'f rthe purpose of form- Assn. bert Street address Oct., 31 also state liquor laws, one
DAYTONA Contracts were nual Week of Prayer program Nov. 10-Nov. 17 In. the various .
The commission authorizedby
was drew a 30-day jail term. I pint direct Information filed
schools of the city with the Gra.Y and Junior and: Senior HI.Y
POLICE FIND MAN signed Monday by E. A. Scott and the civil rights legislation The .moonshine investigation Oct. 11 Mattie Roberts: 5W

Sons,. Americus, Ga., and the Clubs. 6 which passed Congress at the squad headed by Sgt. W. W. An- Dew\Drop Lane, state'liquor laiir-
BLEEDING IN HEAD Daytona Beach Housing Author- The theme for this year is based on this Gospel last session. Its primary job will derson and S. A. Sharon of the five half-pinto direct Information.

Police were informed that some ity for ,construction of a 100 unit taken from the World Alliance Last year, there were 13 schools be to investigate charges that State Beverage Department, had Oct. 11 Alfred Lee Feidw

thing strange was going on at Negro low rent housing projecton Pamphlet, -printed in Geneva participating In the Week of citizens are being denied the vote arrested 'iSdwards. first on Oct. 17 Broad Street Lane, CC134, i*
Switzerland. The theme is "God
929 Caroline Street and when Lockhart St., near Orange So Loved the World. Prayer program. There. were for reasons of ".color. race, re- with eight gallons Of shine. He] half-pints, 30 days in Munjiips.:..,
they arrived to check on the Avenue. .. Susie E. Toibert Elementary ligion or national origin" was charged in a direct information Court. '
The monthly titles_for the 1958
report they found James Ross, 41, The Authority expects to give Bible Reading Plan, based on the N Stanton Senior High Matthew The six men were given recess in Criminal Court with via Oct. 18 Estelle Twine, 2cf I.::

bleeding! from his head after- being Scott a notice to proceed with Lord's Prayer are quoted from W. Gilbert High, AL.. appointments by the President ating state liquor laws. Threeumates State St.,. state liquor laws, :ife.t: :

bit on the head with a ham site improvements Nov. 19. Scott the version given in Matthew Lewis' Elementary S. P. Livingston today and hence will be able to of the house were given pint seized while defendant pourts.

mer. has a year to complete construc VI:9-13. Since the Gospel accord- Elementary Isaiah Blocker start work Immediately. When':-0-day jail i terms in Municipal out a pot filed with shin Tar

Ross told officers that he and tion. Landscaping will take'an Ing to St. John provides the cen- Junior High 'Forest Park Elementary Congress reconvenes, their nominations .'I' :curt. inmates' fined $25 each. in Mn-

Rubin Horolus Fields were"in an additional maximum period of,60 tral focus of this 1958 Bible Read- Moncrief Elementary. : 'will be formally sub- Edwards' second arrest occurred I cipal Court. '"

argument over some money when days. ing Plan, the daily readings for R. L Brown' Elementary; Bald- nutted for Senate contin ation. <2U Oct. 20, again at 1224 Albert Oct. 18 Charlie Rid ar
he was hit on the head by Fields.I the 1957 Week of Prayer are also win Junior 'High, Douglas Anderson The commission members are St. ildwanis and Douglas Demery. Oak ",an dLeila Streets, CC15*.

Ross-was taken to Duval Medical MAN IS STABBED Junior High, and Richard L. expected to face grueling scrutinyt were charged in Criminal Court four half-pinto 30 days in Mu,..
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Center In Police ambulance. WITH' ICE' PICK she drew an ice pick. and stuck Murray High School of St. Augustine being confirmed. with piton of a half-gallon dpal Court. -
Fields arrested on 'a charge him in the back with it last Tuesday .
was also participated. of shim, violating state liquor Oct. 26-Johnnie Currie Flora

of assault to murder. The net James Perkins 23, of 1219 W. Nov. 5. Jesse W. Word, executive 'secretary INVEST INr laws. Curie. 1634 Windle ;St., &Unquut'

dent"occurrei: Tuesday Nov. 5, at Third Street, the estranged husband Perkins said.while they were of the YMCA, stated that HUMANITY'-' : The gblg round-up" occurred at laws, haIf-gaIlcn, dirci: ,

929 Caroline StreetInvestigating jof. Mrs. Tarosa Perkins, 17 talking, his wife, said! ''J.!. I ever he appreciates the -cooperationthat I R. .l Dan's Smoke Shop 711 W. information.. -Z.

officers were W. W. 5th Street: told officers that see you talking with.another wo- he receives from the prin- Contribute Generously Ashley.. .-on. Oct. .19.;, Six principals Oct 26:-i Ituby;:: Marie andFteHwryGantt. '
::;Robert -George, Sgts. he and his wife were standing in man, I.will kHl-you. Ailej'zaak- guidance' "cltib arrestecf .
Solomon dpals, 'workers; To Tile : |were and: chargesof ; 18.?) BrosOstate -'*--";'
Gruber; Baker of Homicide and I front of Mom's 'Annex, at .Third ing that statement she unexpect*' advisors zA:- and ministers in the violation, -, state''beverage : liquor laws, one gallon,

iLt. Bates ';?wu .f : and Myrtle Avenue talking when ly stabbed,him In the badtff ,--: URBAN LEAGUE laws seIlin ,bee 'and' information
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differences in the world are between highly industria ied
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groups, Dr. Frederick Schuman, Professor of Government, Williams
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Mailing Address: i ti'v I evening.

P. O. Box 561, Jactooavfile 1, Florid Dr. Schuman,

Erie O. Simpson .................................'.......Editorr the fifth speakerin equality In Africa and support

r,:. Parham Johnson ...............................News Staff, the public lecture inequality here. Any benefits

;,Altamae Klchardson .a......................Circulation Dept. fY : series,spokeon from his trip were wiped out" by

"How Many the blundering Governor Faobos.
: Member of Associated Negro Press \c
> Worlds ? The of Arkansas. All the colored
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One Mailed Tear $ .OO; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months |L80 a, -f-fkv 1957". An authority is going on here," he concluded.
TO You
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Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send l&ecks or Money Orders To affairs, particularly -
FLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE f It is too bad that America,
1, FLORIDA Russia,
itself leaves open to be slappedby
Ii a having written
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the Russians everytime some
." two books about
HOME BUILDING '. : of our "righteous" leaders open
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SIMPSON and recently re.
'..... -': \ I I"t; : turned, from his third trip there, slap really a deep cut -

TO THOSE WHO CAN'T GET LOANS : -"."..: Z,,...:'', / he pointed up the increasing differences came just Tuesday.In .

i ;; T \ between rich and poor answer to that kindhearted

fit countries-Asia, Latin America group of Americans who are

The following information Is provided for the benefit of citizens and Africa lowest in per capita calling for the "rescue" of the

who have found it difficult'' te secure mortgage money for the : T' ( 4 ,, Income with two-thirds of the dog sailing through space in

building of new homes. Negro residents of Jacksonville who have : world's population. Russia's satellite, a Soviet

found, it unusually difficult to secure, financing aid from local "America and Russia are becoming spokesman had this to say:
Institutions will find tin plan offered here "To all humanitarians who are
a solution to.their more alike," he declared.
problems., A ;Y t. bombing Yemeni villages, shoot.
"The old
capitalism of Marxism
WHAT IT IS The Voluntary Home Mortgage Credit Program attack has vanished Marx ing nationalists in Algeria, persecuting .

.was established to help make mortgage in Little Rock
money available far loans would never recognize it Negroes
today.
: insured by the Federal Housing Administration or guaranteed by iv Similarly Russia is undergoing and exterminating the Indigenous
the
Veterans' Administration In small communities and remote areas, transformations. Though there people in South Africa we,

and for minority groups generally. I ._. .. condemnation .
Anyone living in such areas rand MrM'M./M .NMR4+ w M are still differences, -daily lives dog-lovers, call for a

in other areas, members of minority groups who want to buy THE ROOT OF HOUSING SEGREGATION, CAN BE REMOVED BY LAW. there are much like those In of the Russian barbarians."
or, build a home and cannot obtain an FHA4nsured or VA-guaran- .

teed loan, may ask for help under this Program to find lender other places. Reforms are going
who forward, the community can no Let us hope that Russia's advance
are willing to make these types of loans_ to them. The Programacts
longer be ruled by the criteriaof in the field of missiles
as a clearing house, endeavoring to bring together eligible "
borrowers and willing lenders. Your Weekly Stalin." will serve to unite all American

.:-' ,This new program, sponsored by private lending institutions, He went on to explain the people white, black, yellow,

was, provided for by theCongress under Title VI of the Housing Horoscope Guide futility of the call for increasingarms purple-as one nation. America

Act, of, 1954. The Program rests upon two principles: first, that as a defense against needs to utilize the talents and

the funds for making Government insured and guaranteed home WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR "Sputnik" stating that there Is energies of all its citizens, regardless

mortgages should be available in small communities and remote no defense, in fact there has of color in order to

areas and for BUSINESS -- LOVE TRAVEL been since take the lead in this perilousage.
minority groups; and second, that it is the responsibility no defense the adventof

i- of private financing institutions to provide the funds formaking By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES the atomic bomb. Intercontinental .

? such loans. To the extent that the Program is successful missiles solved the It Is ironic that some Americans !

fri::'achieving these two objectives, it win remove the need in the problem of cull defense by are busy calling out troopsto

future. for the Congress to authorize the use_ of public funds for naturally as a result of sound and closes that you could alienate erasing it.Better. keep nine Negro children
toe making of direct loans to veterans by the .yete ans' Administration school with
; Born, March 21st thru Divided Than from attending a
April 19th
far-sighted.planning. The 13th Indicates some if not all of them by team-
and for the purchase of designated types of loans under Russians are
specialauthority This is a good time to check Destroyed white students, the
by the Federal National that you may be a long ing up with the wrong person or
Mortgage Association. satelites carrying
,with the experts if you feel "Co-existence is not, a dirty sending up
you
,- WHERE IT OPERATES. The assistance provided by the are not getting enough out of time unraveling the web of con. making rash statements and com word," he further stated. "We dogs.
Program Is available only in those fusion that you spin under the
areas designated by the Regional mitments.
your investment, insurance and live In a divided world it is
Committees_ except that members of compulsion misguided feelingand
minority groups In any areabecame security setups. A good opportunity 940553953945. better to be united than divided, A FLORIDA STARIN
eligible for assistance if unable ill-considered showdowns.
they are to obtain home
to settle one of the questionsis but better divided than de.
loans under the same terms and conditions as are generally available 870-22-69-27-872.
offered by the 11th. The stroyed. The cold war has been EVERY
to others In the same locality. CAPRICORN I
operations you embark upon on going on 40 years ever since
In designating'areas, the Regional Committees select (1) areas :VIRGO Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th Russian ..
the 13th should be attended by the Revolution, .. and COLORED HO.MF
which have been designated as eligible for direct loans to veteransby Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd
all the. safeguards you or your Happy relations with your mate there seems little likeho / that
the Veterans' Administration, and ((2) other communities in ,the You will have to resist inneras "
situation
Region which had a 1950 population of less than 25,000 and whichdo trusted advisers can apply. well' as outside pressures whenit key associates and friends are the will change.
1-10-21 11 13 154. Well known for his forecastof
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not have adequate active lending facilities for making FHA. ocmes to making up your mind best safeguards against the haze
World War II
many years
insured and VA-guaranteed mortgages. Justifiable exceptions to the about events and people. The ards of the week. Keep your
before it began, he deplored the
latter rule are permissible. Area designations are tentative and TAURUS moves decide in IS YOUR
you on connec
hopes alive by reinforcing your fact the United States was not
Born
April 20th thru
subject to change as experience develops under the Program. May 20th tion with savings, investmentsand
There is emotional long-range plans with the helpof realistic about atomic warfare.
THOSE a strong
ELIGIBLE FOR ASSISTANCE. (1) Persons seeking joint accounts be
; may pro NAMEIN
FHA-insured impulse within to in those who have an interest in The evacuation practices, digging
or VA-guaranteed loans with which to buy or build you engage ductive on the 11th. Be suspicious

homes in designated areas but who are unable to obtain such loans; a secret adventure or to take of ventures and adventures that them. You may thus be better of holes, special clothing,

(2)) members of minority groups in any locality who are unable to some daring risks. The lure is cannot be conducted in the lightof able to combat the negative special disaster numbers to call THE
obtain FHA-insured likely to be most attractive. Make are of no value as there is no
or VAguaranteedhome loans under the same
day or which involve some kind' thoughts that could be evoked by
terms and conditions as as generally available to others in the same sure you know the person well of secret arrangement.. the 12th. defense against an atomic at. BOOK?

locality; (3) builders seeking commitments for FHA4nsured or V A- before you make promises of mar. 6-90-88-89-96- 98. 430992891432.AQUARIUS tack. However he believes this

guaranteed loans to finance the, sale of a number of houses they riage or engage in joint enter. is generally realized, certainlyby

intend to build in a designated area or to be available for minority prises on the 13th. It may be LIBRA Great Britain and Russia,

groups; ((4) local lenders who are, seeking assistance in finding easy enough to get taken In but Born Sept 24th thru Oct. 23rd and there will be no atomic war.

investment firms that to FHA. an different matter to "The United States is faced
mortgage are willing purchase entirely Once feel sure of yourselfand Morn Jan. 20th thru Feb 18th
you
insured or VA-guaranteed loans to be originated by them in designated extricate yourself once you have to meet all situ. You are favoring your own eco- with a choice that cannot be
your ability
areas or for minority groups. .definitely committed yourself. evaded. Posing as global champions
nomic interests when keep
you
ations as they arise, there is little
HOW APPLiCANT PROCEEDS. Anyone wishing to apply under Given time and reflection, things that ,can undermine you. This is out of debt, pursue a sound investment respect will be won onlyas %.Itii '

this Program should write to or Inquire ,at the Regional Committee will come to light. particularly true' on the 11th. The or savings program and far as we practice what we

office .h8.v1ng' jurisdiction over the area in which the property to be 5-40-33-3& 31-548. maintain good relations with cred preach. Nixon, after his trip to I
test of
to onto
financed is located and obtain the necessary forms. The forms for your ability hang Lavish Africa stated 'we 'cannot talk i
assurance and valuables hors and partners. spend.
Individuals seeking home loans for themselves are also available GEMINI your
for business, social or speculative -
ing
come on the 12th and 13th. ,
from local FHA and VA field offices, and the Florida ,Star. Born May 21st thru June 21st may can only deepen
purposes
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One form provides for a certification that the applicant has You are likely to display unusual existing difficulties. i
applied. for an FHA4nsured or VA-guaranteed loan from at least
energy in getting caughtup 3-=60-41-59-43-364. LETTERS To The EDITOR
.two local'or, reasonably accessible mortgage lenders and has been with your duties and turning
Born Oct. 24th Nov. 22nd
obtain thru ,
unable to a loan. them to.
profitable advantage
The second form is an, assistance application which providesfor ,Rou could easily be deceived PISCES
under the Influenceof
a detailed description of the property and,, credit information_ stimulating into putting up money for ventures Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th This Is the fifth hi a series of letters to the FLORIDA
the llth. Still outcomes can .
about the applicant. Applicants must have a specific property In that are unsound_ or purely I I Avail yourself of the good offices STAR from a White Citizen expressing his views and possible
be greatly influenced for or
mind for purchase or .construction before applying for assistance. figments of somebody's' imagina of partners and professional solution to the segregation problem.

These two forms should be.filled out by the applicant and against you by the attitudes and tion. In ,any event, it ,would, be people if ,you are faced with attacks FLORIDA STARP.
actions of coworkers and com or official trust in Him. Secondly teach
for competitors'
Committee Borrowers encouraged prudent you not to overextend 'by
returned to the Regional are O. Box 561 them to realize what a wonderful
petitors. Don't permit the pres- whatso-
builders them in filling credit or installment buying, quarters for any reason
to consult local lenders, realtors, and to help your Florida
sure of work to compel you to The nth and 12th indicates Jacksonville,, country they live in and what aresponsibility
out the forms. .to control business and social expenditures ever.

If the, applicant is_ eligible for assistance, the Regional Committee take dangerous short cuts or to and to be quick to {'that you may thus save money, they :have as American
Dear Mr.
place too great a strain on Simpson: citizens to heir keep it that
your
will circulate his application to lenders participating in the sense any change in 'trends. aggravations and consequences '
endurance. Friends and Enclosed please find five dollars way. Help them to be an assetto
Program first to local lenders and then, if necessary, to other physical 7-50-33=49-31-751. ,that may be detrimental. to your
lenders both within the Region and outside. In the event that the higher-ups could easily take offense basic interests.. Those who may be to be put in the fund for clothingfor their community and not a

first lender to whom an, application !is ,referred indicates that he is so dont allow ,misunderstandings SAGITTARIUSBorn advising you may be motivatedby the boys you adopted. liability. Encourage them to bet.

not interested, in an application, the application would be referredto to remain unexplained. Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st personal bias or unaware of J wish to commend you most ter' themselves and learn all they

a secod and if necessary to additional lenders until it becomes 1-,80-:= -78-63-863.CANCER The fact that you ,have accessto the disservice they may be doingto heartily for this fine act of kind- can in school or in a trade.I .

apparent that the loan desired cannot be negotiated. influential and confidential your future prospects or peaceof ness on your part. I believe with know tills miserly sum which

WHO WILL MAKE THE LOANS. The Regional Committeeswill sources is again brought forth mind. this type of benevolent work and. I am donating is hardly enoughto

institutions Born June 22nd thru July 22nd .. 66 19 65-165. other acts of leadership in edu feed three growing boys at
not make loans. The loans will be made by financing by the llth. The 12th also dis 2-20- -
who have indicated their willingness to participate In the Program The decisions you arrive at on cation and improving your com one meal, so use It for socks or #

by having applications referred to them for consideration. Each the 11th, are the ones that es- I GET YOUR.HOROSCOPE. READING FOR 1957 munity, there is nothing that can some kind of clothing to help

financing institution taking part in the Program will be free to tablish the: most, effective patternfor Use this coupon. Learn more about yourself. Send 10 cents (one stand in the way of equal rightsfor keep, them"warm this winter. I

apply its own credit standards. Many financing institutions have a productive'and fulfilling dime In coin) for each horoscope ordered by>> mall. Include self your people.' am hoping that other citizens

indicated that they are. prepared to make FHA-insured or VA- week. But, if you allow pride, addressed, stamped envelope. Write plainly. This offer does not apply. Those three boys had a rough Negro and white, will help you

guaranteed loans under the Program. resentments or prejudices to influence to residents of the dominion of Canada.I start in this community, but now to meet the financial strain of

you into taking other with you and other people like adopting these boys. I'm sure if

points of view, you open the way :I rp7sWm.M: STAR ASTROLOGER: .' you on their side, they will havea they do, whatever they donate In

for a series of errors, contention I I'I chance to become upright citizens money, will someday repay them
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addition of three
tenfold the
and frustration. The surest 'wayto in the community.If by

keep out of trouble is to concentrate ''I JACKSONVILLE 1, FLA. they will only take advant outstanding citizens in our com
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YOURNEWSWER ; .' :
all your efforts on the .... -'.' age of the chance you are giving munity. .

conduct of your business or gain. I Name : -. -, -r ., : -,.". them..They have learned one very A WHITE CITIZEN

ful affairs. I Address' r i:: i:- :;- I important lesson, and that Is the

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2-20-44-19-42 224. .' :: fact that the whole world Is not
Thanks a million. It Is people
I III against them.

LEO 11- dry State Help them to realize that they like that who give us hope for,

thra'Au 23rd .: .. have things to be thankful the victory of Christianity andDemocracy. ..
Bona,July 2rd Date of.Birth 2. I many .
II above all else .
Concentrate on the moneymaking Bate Hoe* I for. Teach them

opportunities that develop 1... _,_' _,_ _" .J to believe in God and put their E. O. S.
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SEMINOLE CULTURE CLUB HONORS OFFICERS Marine L. Williams will' be S .. f tMr

.:'t The Junior Seminole Culture Girls Club, of which Miss Serena i presented in a Musical recitalat and"Mrs. Charles F. Jamesof
the Tabernacle Baptist Churchon 2040 College Circle Drive returned

Jojner is president, will hold its next meeting on,Wednesday Novem.bey -
Sunday November 10 at 7:30 to the city recently from
13 in the home of Miss Borbara Easter, IMS West 14th Street. .
; p.m. Pensacola where they attendedthe
Members have been asked to bring their contributions for the Pjii.T i funeral of Mr. James' mother.

Thanksgiving basket to be given to some needy person. : f Sgt. and Mrs. Willie Wansley Mr. James is the princJpsi of

The club's last meeting was held in the home of Miss Joyce j and children, Larry and Jacquelyn Matthew. Gilbert High School.

' Graham, where a wiener roast was given honoring the newly elected 4 left the city recently for .

officers.We. 4 :: Tacoma Washington. Sgt. Wans Miss Annette V. Harper charming -

are indebted for this information to Miss Francine Carter .. : ley recently returned from a tourin I daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
who is the club's reporter.SEWING )i : .: Alaska. They will reside at William T. Harper was chosen

e ; For Miss
ii ; Lewis In Washington. Stanton last Monday night
CIRCLE TO RAFFLE TURKEY : in the auditorium of New Stanton

ysSY. ..& Wright Thomas of 1618 Morgan i Senior High School.
Information has reached
our desk this week that The' Plaza VN: si fs .
Sewing Circle is sponsoring a Turkey raffle on Thursday night. Street and relatives left the city

November 21, at 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Minnie. S. Thomas, for Albany Ga., to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Anderson
939 West 11th Street. funeral of his sister, Mrs. Frances of 3943 Carmichael Avenue

Mrs. Queen B. Williams will introduce the guest and Mrs. ; ," Mormon, former resident of this had as their house guests last

Nellie :Mitchell, the president, will give the occasion. Mrs. L. Lewis city. week, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herbert .

Li the reporter for the organization. .. .- of Chicago Ill Mrs. Her.
bert is the twin sister of Eva.nielise
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s e SUPPORTING SCHOOL BAND Members of the band Bruce A. Ward of New York Amanda Anderson.

LUCKY 16 CIRCLE PLANS DINNER parents club of Isaiah Blocker School who sponsored a dance City was :1_very pleasant visitorin

GILBERT P-TA affair last week toraise funds to defray the cost of instruments the city last week as the house SAY YOU SAW IT
Another group which has announced plans for celebrating the
for the band are seen here. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry IN THEFLORIDA
coming Thanksgiving holiday is the Lucky Sixteen Sewing aid
In the front row, from left rae: Mrs Gertrude Malpress, Jennings Sr.. of 958 West 21st STAR
Savings Circle which has scheduled a Thanksgiving dinner to be
SLATES ANNUAL Joseph Sogg ,-; Mrs. Mlletrec: Kelly, Sirs. Marion VVaadeil, Le- Street. :Many social courtesieswere
held In the home' of Mrs. Shellie Roberts, KHZ FrazIer Street.
roy Barnwell and Mrs. Ruby Holley. In the back row, in the extended Mr. Ward
Serving as hostesses for the affair will be Mrs. Roberts, Mrs.
same order 'are Mrs. Geneva Milliard, Airs. 'B. A. Dixon and *
Fannie Robinson, Mrs. Minnie King Mrs. Ida Buggs, and Mrs. FRIDAYOPENING
TEA FOR 17TH
Inez Johnson. Miss Norma Ruth Solomon, Band Director. Earl Johnson, a recent law

The club will hold its next meeting on November 14 in the graduate of Howard Universitywill

home ,of Mrs. Clara'Taryer, 1024 West 20th ,Street. I The P-TA of Matthew \V. Gilbert MAXINE WILLIAMSTO speak for the first anniversary !

High School will sponsor its BAND PARENTSTO observance of the L'Elite
"FESTIVAL"A annual Calendar Tea Nov. 17 BE PRESENTEDIN Society on Saturday November
STUDENT GROUP SLATES NOVEMBER 8
from 4 until 6 p.m. in the school RECITAL HERE 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of
social event that will undoubtedly attract the young set is auditorium. Mrs. Sarah E. Davis PRESENT A the St. Pius Catholic Church.STOP 8:30 to 5:30
by the Student Council of Walker Maxine Williams will be
the Fall Festival being sponsored will serve as mistress of cere- pre.
Vocational College on November 9th in the "cafetorium" of the monies. sented in a Musical recital on Goodwill Industriesof
The declare there will be "fun, dancing'and food GALA AFFAIR
school
sponsors Among those scheduled to ap Sunday November 10, at 7:30 p.m. Jacksonville
pJ re" and a "nominal admission will be charged a thejioor".
t pear on the program are: Mrs. in the Tabernacle Baptist Church.
The Band Parents Club of New Announces the
LES FLEURS TO PRESENT TEA Margaret Fletcher, the Rev. B. J. She will be accompanied by Y r -
Stanton Senior High School will RELIEVE
Harvest Musical Tea on Sunday Williams Mrs. Johnnie M. Rob Miss Barbara Ellis of St. Pius Opening of
:The Les Fleurs will present a present "Ye Olde Country Frolic" TOOTHACHE
November 17, at 4 pjn. in the Laura Street Presbyterian Youth erts. Gilbert Glee Club. Miss Mel- Catholic Church and Miss Kay
Monday night, Nov. 18. at 7:30 IK 20 SECONDS
Center. Mrs Barbara Walker is the president. tonia Cobb Westminister Choir of Frances Moses of Tabernacle.
W : ;oVT A TOUCH o<
o'clock in the school auditorium.
s s I I Laura Street Presbyterian Church The King and Queen contest

Gaiety will be the theme for the affair is being sponsored by the ORAJELAT
Ish Bra n t, Superintendent of STORE NO.
MISS EARTHA WHITE Schools Mrs. JJllian Ford. Mrs. evening and there will be fun will terminate at this time The 3BRiADGOODVILL

Wedding Bells OBSERVES BIRTHDAYA Elizabeth Nelson and Professor galore for both the young and Youth Department of Tabernacle

Charles F. James. old. Baptist Church.
Application for marriage "Musical Feast" honoring Serving as table judges will be Mrs. H. M. Lawrence 4s the BARGAIN PRICES
Attractive booths with delicious -
licenses are as follows: persons who participated as con. Mrs. Evelyn Florence, Mrs. Mary director and Rev. W. E. Youngis WAIL\ PAPER 524 ST.
tributors or beneficiaries of ,the Miller Mrs. Gertrude, Hoffman. refreshments square dancing the pastor.GETTING.
Howard Robinson, Jr., 728 Robinson floor show and all that it takesto
Clara White Mission Inc. duringthe The table, chairmen are: January -
Ave., age 19, and Lillian L. past 60 years weepsarsntthe :Mrs. Myra L. Camper; make a gala evening will be ALSO with line a widely of clothing inclusive furniture, attractive -

Lee, 1627 W. 1st st, age 16. past 60 years was presented February Mrs. Armanda Parker; featured.In UP NIGHTS PAINTMETROPOLITAN household appliances and slrai.

Wm. B. Ford, 737 W. Monroe Friday night. Nov. 8 in the auditorium I March, Mrs. Pearl Timmons; addition to all the festivities If worried by"Bladder Weakness"(Getting itch- lar Item at the usual econ-
TJp Nights too frequent burning or
St., age 25 and Cecil Elizabeth of the building.The A;ril. Mrs. Sarah Coley; May $100 in door prizes will be awarded ing urination) or Strong. Cloudy Urine omical Goodwill prices.
due to common Kidney ard Bladder Irritations
occasion marked the celebration r.>irs. Mary Whetstone; June. Al- persons holding the winning ,try CYSTEX for quick gratifying.
Bryant, 2115 McQuade St., age / tickets. The planning committee, comforting help.A billion CYSTEX tablet PAPER STORE
an' : Clark Jr. Mrs. Martha
of the 81st birthday e ; July, used in pas! 25 years prove safety and COME AND SEE!
'20. niv "ary of :Miss Earth a 1*. Baker; August, Mrs. Buelah Al- headed by Mrs. ,Eileen Tolbert. success. ....slt druggist for CYSTEX under I 11 W. Church Elgin 8-0628
I satisfaction 0;money-tact J guarantee.
John L. Wilson, Jasper, Ala., White, founder-president of the ston; September, Mrs. Ruth with Mesdames G. L. Gibson, S.

age 28 and Hortense Hurston, mission. Smith; October, Mrs. Delores Wilson, (!Goodman F. Alexander,

1551 Council; November, Mrs. Carlenia and Mrs. R. C. Solomon, committee
Louisiana St., age 32.
Jernigan; December Mrs. Ethel members are working hard to
James Raymond :McMiller 2345 should hair.you're
PATRONIZE Holzendorf. make this affair a great success. '. Why your .
Jeanette St., age 21 and DorothyMae :Mrs. Florence Kato is chairmanand Tickets may be obtained from e

Cross, 2327 Woodland St., FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS Mrs. Beulah Alston is cochairman any member of the Band Parents V
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ELEVATOR GIRLS HOLD MEETING The Social meeting of the Elevator Girls Club was j Blrs. Jessie Frazier, airs. Maudine Alexander. Sirs. Alice Burkhalter and airs. A. Devoe. I *

held "recently In the home of' Mrs. Clara Hamilton, 040 .IV. 12ih Street. Shown In the picture above, j *

from left are: Mrs. Namomi Wall, Mrs. Lucille Se.niUoa, Mrs Virginia Sams,. \Irst "eedie'lliam*. S T\VO\ the infrequent instances that an .x

Mrs\ Nellio ,Weaver and Mrs. Frances ShIpp. In the picture at left, from left are: Clara Hamilton, !f NIGHTS OF FESTIVITIES I appeal is made for public support.

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Feed your baby WliL FEATU AMUSE 1FNfS( I msmbcrs their loyalty an opportunity to the church to show by f.aer *:*

( working to assure the success of *
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project. ,
I : The Annual Bazaar sponsored each year by the members of I Members of the Steering Com I II *

} A"' = mr St. Philip's Episcopal Church where Father T. Vincent Harris is I mittee include: Alonzo Davis, MARILYN FRANCES *

.. .CARN, .. .. Ii O' rS I rector, will be heM this year on Nov. 13th and 14th at the Wilder Mrs. Beulah Hughes Mrs. Marie MADRY *

Park Recreation Center.. Stewart Mrs. Cora Rosa, Mrs. New Stanton Senior High *

The gala two-nigl.t event which Lycye M. Sams, and Mrs. R. Z. Pepsi Cola Dealers and it
ment of valuable .
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America.'s' -. will begin at 7:30 p.m. each night Johnstone.It Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. *
addition dinners and numerous -
will, as in the' past take on the kinds of refreshments and was announced that Mrs. W. are proud to salute Marilyn *
W. Johnston is in charge of ticket Frances Madry of the
colorful carnival.
atmosphere of a I other delicacies will be' provided.
a distribution ile Elwood J. 10th grade class. She Han
}' The Bazaar: grounds will be I Dr. J. E. Bush chairman:: of the *
Banks: serves in the capacity of honor student, a member .
babY"rniDk filled with side shows, a varietyof Steering Committee said the project *
I publicist. Members of the finance of the Organ class
booths games and other con is sponsored for the benefitof
Committee include Mrs. N. C. and the Creative Dance iC
tests which provide frolickers the the church and pointed out
I Paul, Ivey Carter and George Club. ic
opportunity of winning an assort. that the occasion marks one of Nairn.
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A 4, + with a baby contest which has 7'

USED ROOM GROUPS been in progress for several

weeks and has Mrs. R. P. Robinson ", r.t1, _''", l'I I
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Low Low Prices ixjapheort as co-chairman. iC ik 1 .:
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: Russell Robinson son of ,Ii r ;

I Mrs. Catherine Robinson; Pattie t 4
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EASY TERMS EvetteVeston., daughter of Mrs. *r
t 1 Edith Weston; Brenda BeJ.4th::1 i<

daughter of Mrs Betty Taylor BARBARA ANNE

1' i .< 1v tFtLt Belton; T. Vincent Harris, son.of I 3c THOMAS

Mrs. Edna Harris; Paula Joyce 3 New Stanton Senior High

Sa Davis, daughter of Mrs. Pauline +c Barbara is a memberof
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\ a L, v.5. Cheryl Muse:; daughter of Mrs. JIF where she serves as presl.
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: Joy Stewart son of Mrs. Evelyn dent.

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of Mrs. Grace B. Solomcn; Tez- iCiC

ti :tra<: lyn Telfair, son of Mrs. Lois H.
HI, son of Mrs. W. W. Johnson!
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Lie BE SPEAKER Bettye of the..10th grade *

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"Healthy bab "Edward Cooper of Atlanta IN LAKE CITY Band Oliva U. Baldwin iC ?

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CARNATION. It's the the world than all
YOU CAN TRUST rooms throughout LAKE CITY Dr. J. Irving E. and an honor student. iC J
safest, most'nourishing and1 digestible other brands combined! Prepared formu. Scott, educator and author, will
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More mothers feed Carnation to their compared to Carnation. Be sure to Pisgah AME Church to open the

jiabies, than any other brand. And more ask your doctor about Carnation. It',- ?w k kM : atio* of "American Educa- '* agrafutarions s from Peps
Carnation is used in hospital formula the milk every doctor knows.! "*y tion Week. Cola to these three Merit

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TO SPEAK HERE !, r 'MISS STANTON' ABYSSINIA UNIT

Jennings H. Best.. attorney, will TEA SUNDAY AT 4" t PLANS ANNIVERSARY
appear on the dedication program I The Sunday School Department
of Choir of St.. Matthew Baptist IS CHOSEN FROMA
the Little White Chapel, formerly tI R of Abyssinia Baptist Church will
Brokenborough Church will sponsor its annual I
observe
Mission, its anniversary Sunday at
Nov the 10. He Is scheduled to .give Thanksgiving tea Sunday I FIELD OF 26. 3 p. m. The youth choirs of ML

occasion. The Chapel is. located .from 4 ,to 6 p. m. in the home of,, Carmel, St. Matthew and Bethel

at 640 W. 10th St. Deacon and Mrs. J. Williams Baptist Churches will serve The
,, First to be chosen "Miss Stanton" ,,
Others scheduled to '4 M address will be delivered by thee
appear are 1145 W. 27th St. The message via talent exhibition is th ,
3Irs.:
Elizabeth West, Mrs. Lula Rev. A. F. Cummings of West
Hampton. Miss Erma Lundy, Miss will be delivered by Mrs. Ernes- charming! Miss Annette Harper,, Union Baptist Church. ,

Patricia Thomas, Miss Millines tine Hosendove. Other participants :a Senior at New Stanton Senior. I
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Bryant, Harold Nairn, Mrs. Lydia will also appear on pro High School number. Scores were averaged,

Blair1, Vincent Jones, Mrs Annie gram. Vieirg against a field of twenty and high scorers were winners. I

Behn and :Mrs. A. English.* District 3 will sponsor a,fellowship six: eager young ladies, Annette, "Miss Stanton" scored :53.9 out
The Rev. B. F. Brokenboroughis i rnd her two attendants, Florita of a: possible 60. Betty McMillan
tea Nov. 17 from 4 to 6 i
p.m. Herring and McMillan chalked 50.6 and
founder and Betty won up Florita Her-
shepherd.TABERNACLE in the' home of Mrs. Lula Myers, sufficient points to take top positions ring was given 51.8 points.

1159 W. 28th St. A program will .. y in their respective brackets.t___

be presented. There were eleven candidates for

PLANS "Miss Stanton" seven for"Eleventh I RITZ I FIIST RUN

JOINT ANNIVERSARY Grade Attendant";; and

MRS. G. W. THOMAS eight for ''TenthGrade Attend
All ,
districts of Tabernacle Bap. ',Y, ..:y. ant. "GO FOR YOUR '
ATTENDS .
WORKSHOPMrs. I : .
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will observe joint anniversary Ii L.
i n Talents exhibited included vocals GUN
services : G. '''. Thomas, director of los
Sunday at 3 readings, interpretive dancing !

p. rn. in the auditorium of the the division of home economicsat instrumental solos, and baton

Church. A program will be pre- Florida A and :M University, twirling. Miss Harper did an interpretive WuwI"
recently attended the home economics dance on the theme of
rented, featuring all choirs and.
land-grant workshop which : Sputnik, entitled "Dance of the

choruses of the church. l was held near Denver. ..:..:.. :..n. .;:,. .Gx.; .;$. :,..::.-.:. :.;, :..RY'., yyh Satellite". Florita Herring dancedto
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OUTLINING COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS group of citizens who met recently with air. Rain," and Betty ifcMillan sang "? nclurss

Giles Philip, a representative from the "Carrissime." ram
Highway Commissioner's office are seen as they were shownthe

paving-progress on 33rd Street. In the picture from left are: Mr. Arnett Green president precinct Contestants were scored by ten RCRY7CALKOUN 1 1D

2G; Mrs. Fleeter White, president precinct -2C; Mrs Willie Griffin, Mrs. Mary Harris, Isadore judges upon personality, performance
and selection of
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I I Real Estate

JUNIOR MISSION GRANT MEMORIAL fling Nov 11 at the church. All .

earnings Our ter art,- liberal comCURRENT RATE Each account It SOCIETY PLANS SUNDAY SCHOOLTO urged mothers to of cooperate the Sunday by School securing are $ L 0 A N S $ I tare--Mm- IIIWI.ICY"PmlIIII11Q Ut1II11W1

pounded S e rn I-. n sur e d up to SEVERAL EVENTSThe END CONTEST tickets for their little girls. This $1,000 $2,000 $3,000

Annually on Se.,- 1/ 01. ;10.000 1 '-. by tile Junior Women's Missionary The Sunday School of Grant contest will terminate the Sun. $4,000 up to $25,000 a I

'ings in this Asso- ) 2,0 and'! r'Loan Savings Society of Second Baptist Church Memorial AME Church will sponsor day school's anniversary, as well Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred ,M1 'i V ;}
Insur 1 a
ciatioa which is activities a doll contest Monday, eve- as assist in helping the school on unpaid balance at 6%. {
chartered' and once Corporationauthorized began Nov. 6 with the
tuperrised > I
Christmas In
purchase
gifts.
orLet us help you to complete
by the Of DIVIDEND. by an joint celebration with the church
-U.S. Government.. oct of Congress. anniversary, beginning at 8 p.m.Pastor's Deacon L. C. Bryant in charge of der to secure tickets you may your house or refinance 38
contact Mrs. F. L. Chrispin, the years in the same place.
night was observed the election.A .
chairman of the contest or Mrs. ._
Monday night, at 7:30 p. m. The spiritual supper will be held Call
I Verdie Bradley. Thedolls are on
fall party will be held Nov. 15 Nov. 21 with Mrs. Lena Georgein 4.
display at the church now.
in the home of Mrs. Katie Johnson charge, in the church base. J P. YOUNG
Emmett Reed, superintendent; .a .s?
1429 Louisiana St. ment. The monthly panel will be
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N1 The Pre-Thanksgiving programwill held Nov. 24 with Mrs. Ruth MaIn and Monroe

be held Nov. 18 with the Bryant and Miss Esther James in 212
Masonic Temple Bldg.
I* I .iii ; : Mr J music and program committees in charge. The social hour will also PATRONIZEStar t Phone EL 58014EL SWlETSP.fELL

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I .: News Of Interest From All' ::Sections Of Beautiful FloridaCHURCH .' I





PLANS COOKMAN FANTASY StAGE WOBS


A Veteran SHOWING AT LOCAL
SIXTH ANNUALCONVOCATION 4
be presented PROGRAM SCHEDULE THEATRESI

in the .I
MONDAY')UiDAY SCHEDULE ,
Cookman SchooL I.OO6:83 Sign On Outstanding entertainment for ''JAY-JAY" AT RITZ THEATRE I
&: 205 News & Weather
The band CW7:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon the whole family at the movies

The sixth annual Convocation rettes and r:00- 7:03 News Grace)& Weather this week! The big program opensat
of The dancers will J.9Z- 8.M Morning Capers (Bob 1
Apostolic Church ot'God
.Hudson
) the Strand midnight Saturday
In Christ will convene November in the"program. .:eo- S:03 News ft Weather
13- 9:M Morning Capers (Bob when "HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE
LO-17 at the Headquarters. 1205 will be in Hudson)

W. 22nd Street with the Bishopand of the day. :y ..-$.- ':13'News Weather DAME" in technicolor starring
Y i 933-11.00 Jampin Show
(Johnny
Founder M.C.H. Cooper pre. I Shaw) Anthony Quinn and Gina Lollo-
lO.MMStt News A Weather bngida, its It
opens engagement.
siding. 10-03-11:00 Train .
1
Gospel No. (Deacon
The Educational Address will MRS. ESSIE Grace) is currently playing to huge
U: .l1:03 News & Weather -I
be delivered by Elder P. C. Hick. PLANS : 11:03-12:00 Gospel Train. No. 1 (Deacon crowds at the St. Johns theatre IW
Grace) downtown. Co.f e3.t u r at the
son who will be introduced by 12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne e
Mrs. N. Farris. Appearing on the Daniels) Strand is "DIN ." juvenile delinquency 2e
12:05-12:13 Job Mart Yvonne Daniels)
Sunday program will be Mrs. D. 12051:00 Noontime TontUme thriller starring Sal
Mae
Mrs Essie
Cooper Junior Choir, Miss L. known, .I I 1:001:03 News(Yvonne& Weather Daniels) Mineo. The bill plays regular engagement

Larkins.At I 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (DeacoQ Sunday through Saturday .
other states as s Grace) l
8 p.m., Elder G.V.. Me- I 2:00. 23 News & Weather at regular prices also
gospel singer i 2-03- 3:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (DeacM
Lindor will preach the sermon anniversary at Grace) At the Roosevelt theatre, first
and' Miss L. Larkins will singa 3:003:03 News Weather run Sunday through Tuesday it's
torium. 712 W. : 3:034:00 Jampin Show (Johnny

solo. day at 8:30 p. 4:00443 News Shaw*. Weather "MAN AFRAID" with George $WEEI S::
Monday, Nov. 11, 7-8 p.m. all Prizes will be I' t:035:00 Jnmpln Show (Johnny Nader and Tim Hovey plus Ran :. $ t m :
reports will be made. The Junior Shaw) dolph Scott's "D 0 0 L INS OF
rious individuals I SAO3:03 News 4k Weather
choir will sing and Elder S. :Me- I 333:49 Jampin' Show (Johnny OKLAHOMA." Skyview patronsget HURT LANCASTER PLATS

Call will deliver the sermon. tending the SATURDAY Shaw) SCHEDULE a real treat Sunday through THE PART OF J. J. HUN.

Elder H. McMillan will deliver given a souvenir. .:001:02 Sign On when SECKER A POWERFUL
Tuesday they'll enjoy
Some of the ':02- 'rtS News Weather
the sermon Tuesday morning with CrtS740 Heaven's Road "SOMETHING OF VALUE" with BROADWAY COLUMNIST IN
be Ken Knight. 7:00733 News tit Weather
the Junior Choir rendering the Levine Mrs. I -j 7A3I.DO Morning Capers (Bob Rock Hudson and Sidney Pettier "SWEET SMELL OF SUCs
,
music appearing will be Mrs. Hudson) CESS" NOW PLAYING AT
plus "LAST OF THE BADMEN"with
; Gussie Paige. 8:001:03 News ft Weather
Mary McKenzie and the Com. I S:033.00 Moraine Capers (Bob George Montgomery. Thenon THE RITZ"THEATRE.LOOK.
of Hostesses Hudson) .. .
mittee on Workshop. 1:00:03 News ft Weather Wednesday and Thursday
male
Wednesday night a discussionwill Gospel will represent the Daytona Beach Chapter 9:03-10:00 Jumpy Show (Johnny
GGeorgia, Gospel I Daniels) nights "FRIENDLY PERSUA.SION"
be held from the Topic. College Alumni Association .In a contest I 10:00-10:03 News ft Weather and
Jubilee Singers, 103-11:00 Gospel Train No.1 (Yvonne with Gary Cooper
Vanity, Poverty and Riches. The Alumnae". Each chapter Is eligible to enter Shaw) Perkins plus "VALLEYOF
cials Mr. and Anthony
discussions will be conducted by the contestant' who raises the most 11:00-11:03 News ft Weather LOTS WANTEDAT
son, Celestial 11:03-1:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne THE ZOMBIES.
Mother 'M. Harriel. Mrs. :Mary over the Homecoming Alumni on Thank. Daniels)
Heavenly Fire 12:00-12:05 Local News Yvonne ONCE
(
Brown and Mrs. Lula :McMillan. College Wildcats meet Allen Daniels)
Appearing will be :Miss Johnnie Singing Angels. Is a 1956 graduate. I i 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Decorative glassware that'skept Highest Prices
Singers, Brother 12:151:00 Noontime e out on display should be
Burney and Miss Mary McKenzie. (Yvonne Daniels)
Keys and Melvin I 1:00-1:03 News ft Weather washed frequently in hot soap or Paid
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Thursday the Topic for discus.Sion as_master of PLANS LITTLE ROCK lUZOO Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne detergent suds to maintain its Call EL 5-4328
will be Elder H. McMillan, Daniels)
Advance tick DIAL"'n 20- 2.-03 News & Weather luster shine and attractiveness. .
Missionary D. Cooper and ElderS. PLANS RECITALMiss 243340 Saturday Session (Johnny
sale. Shaw)
.
McCalL Lillie Spicer Miss Elizabeth 340343 News & Weather
The young people will have 3:034:90 Saturday Session (Johnny
and Edu Sloan, Miss Hattie Cooper, Shaw)
charge Friday night. Speaker will MINISTERS 4404:03 News ft Weather
and David Gibbs will 4433:00 Session (
be Charles Fountain. :Mistress of West Union be presented Saturday Shaw) Johnny

ceremonies will be Miss Bettie PLAN its dedi. in a song recital Nov. 12 at 540543 News ft Weather
5435:45 Saturday Session (Johnny
AtWater. Miss Eula M. Wrightwill The Baptist Novem Little Rock Baptist Church Shaw)

sing. Alliance will Fourth and Vanburen Streets, the SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Elder H. McMillan will deliver service will C40642 SUn On
anniversary on Rev. W. C. Mitchell, pastor. f 42- .45 News ft Weather
the sermon at 11:30 a.m. Sunday.At cornerstone 45740 Heaven's Road (Deaeoa r Yn
25 at
November Grace)
The artists will be accompaniedby
8 p.m. the annual address will nacle Baptist Prince Hall 7407:03 News ft Weather
Mrs. Bernice Wright. 7437:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon .
be delivered by Bishop M. ,C. H., Mrs. H. H. Grace)

Cooper. He will be presented by president and dedication The program is being sponsoredby 7:308:00 Latimore(Live Gospel Gospel Stating Singers) -

Elder S. McCall. Mother M. Har. the reporter Solomon, District 5 of the church. Hosts 140-8:30 Healing Waters (Oral t _
Roberts) _
riel will sing) This will be the Educa and hostesss will be announced. Eunice Riley) _
closing out service. the church. 1:309:00 Jar Revival Center (Set, _
SAY YOU is Invitations have been extendedto 1040-10:30 140-10:00 Heaven Bishop S.Fire C. Gospel Johnson Singer __

groups of the city. (Live Gospel Singing) &
Patronize Star Advertisers THE 1030-10:45 Temple Herbert)of God (Rev. W. B. sf

10:45-11:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon _
Grar> .
Have to Go to Town to Get 1130-1143 News ft Weather __
11:03-12.00 Heaven's Road (Deacon ,
THE Grace) '
1240-1243 News & Weather '
12.031:00 Heaven's Road (Yvonne '
PRICES Daniels) : -
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GUIDING YOUR r 1:031:30 Heaven's Daniels) Road (Yvonne _

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I On Your 1:302:00 Mt. Ararat Baptist Churcfc 4-
(Rev. Dallas Graham) -
.. 2.003:00 Jafco Gospel Review ________
10:00 10 12:00 j (Live Gospel Singing Cyr
1404:00 God's Holy Shrine (Mother
I STORE HEEDS Rosa Woods)

1:00 to 3:00 4:005:00: Church Elder Charles of God In Beck Christ
I 540543 News & Weather 1400 WRHC\ 1400
Your Neighborhood Drug Store 5435:45 Heaven's Read (YvonrDaniels *

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7 TOWARD FIGHTING PANTHERSBy 1l t aplr BASKEIBALLSESSIONS JOINS MILLER BARS COLOREDPARTICIPANTS



C. PARHAM JOHNSON

When 'Nov. 28 rolls around it will b. a crowning day in the BREWERS STAFFMILWAUKEE

city of JacksonviHe for It win be the'time when two of the strongest

high school football teams ta the state of Fksrlda meet In the Walkers Vocational College began Hammerin CLEMSON S. C. Clemson

eUbr&ted East-West Classic at the Gator BowL its second season of varsity Hank Aaron the heavy-hitting College president R. F. Poole said

Trying to discover:: the weakness basketball last week with fifteen outfielder of the MilwaukeeBraves in a news letter that he has asked .
Over at Matthew W. Gilbert on
i in the Stanton defense that 7 s Sss' perspective players reporting for and the man who clinchedthe North Carolina State College
1 the Eastside, the Fighting Pan.
,has breezed along to an amazing thers have also done a great job. practice, and only two membersare pennant for the Braves in the officials that any Negro memberof

season of consecutive victories. back from last year's starting 1957 campaign has been appoint. athletic teams' not be sent
Thel will be out there to halt the I
1 'The ,Blue Devils amazing defenseis five. ed a special sports promotion representative there to take part in competition.
offense of i .
the Blue Devils and to ,
the No. 1 point in the string of break The returning members are of the Miller Brewing i Poole cited South Carolina's
through the defense that
victories posted by the 1957 Blue George Williams, leading scorer Company, the firm that has sponsored .I segregation laws as the reason
has held
the
opposition to ,a mini-
Devils. :The forward wall -and the who: .averaged 1_ 1-2 points per the Braves radio broadcastsfcr for his statement. He said he does

line backers have done an amaz- mum. game; and Frank Newton Newton. the five: years the team has I not know of any scheduled eventsin
The ray of hope that shines
ing job in holding the scoring Arthur Thompson, a substitutelast been in Milwaukee. which State might have Negro
the
upon Fighting.Panthers is the
down with the New Stanton Blue season will move up to first Named along with Aaron are I competitors.The .
fact that they were cochampionsof
.
Degls. team this year. The team is Bob Trowbridge who pitched for matter came into the public
the city in 1956. The teams
The offense has clicked right eR '{ xas minus of height but will be fast the Jacksonville Braves at the when a Negro band member
are well equipped with fleet backs y t ,,.
along in college football style. The and r + z .n I and more experienced. same time Aaron was a memberof came to the school with North
strong lines. It will be bat.tie
a
string" of victories indicate the Members" of" the squad are the Jax Braves and Joe Tay. Carolina State for the school's
to the finish and the coachesare
-type of team Coach Smalls has Walter Goodman Fred Bates, lor, property manager and assistant football game in Clemson Oct. 5.
forward
looking to the hardest
been able to put 'on the field this fought game of the 1957 sea. 1F l James Griffin, Henry L. Dowdell trainer. ate in the Clemson College dining

season. He has posted one of the i Morris Jones, Wilbur Anthony From now until February, the room.

most amazing records in football. son.The crowd,that turns out to the WILDCATS CO-CAPTAINS Rufus Adams and, Willie Speed Duhart, Fredrick Newton, Alfred three Braves will travel throughout North Carolina State and the

Gator Bowl to witness the East- shown in, the picture are the captains of the Bethune-Cookman Rudolph, Mose Gypson, George the United States and making University of North Carolina havea
church, civic and social handful of Negro students. The
Williams Arthur Thompson, groups.
MTONTTE SAT. West Classic will make the Gator College Wildcats. These men have led the Wildcats in the games ,
appearances before athletic first of them were graduate students
Harold Brown
Bobby Champion ,
STRAND Bowl look like a New Year's Bowl to date and from the
played performances of the
NOV. am game. The support that has been men they are and Kirk Patrick. Alfred Rudolphis They will show sports films from but there are a few undergraduates

And SUN. SAT. NOV.. 10.16 given the game has been exceptionally determined that the Wildcats will finish the season' with a betterrecord from Ralph Bunche High Miller's extensive library. They now.'

ANTHONY QUINN good. Despite the deep than the team has shown thus far. Both Speed and Adamsare School, Woodbine, Henry Lee will rejoin the Braves next A petition with" more than 1,000

GINA LOLLOBIUGIDA veterans the Wildcats team. to Alabama. spring.In names on it now Is being circulated
rivalry between the two schools, on According Coach Bunky Dowdell from Opelika,

4 the order is always good. Matthews, both men are valuable to the team inspirit and de. Morris Jones, of Jacksonville and 1957 Trowbridge had a directed to Gov. Timmer.man .
"IIUNCIIBACK OF record of victories asking him to investigateand
William Duhart from Orlando.All seven and five
Jacksonville is making readyto Watch the Wildcats for of
NOTRE DA3UE" Technicolor pendability. the rest the season. defeats. Aaron enjoyed the most to see that there Is no similar
athletes will receive
witness the game between two varsity
successful incident at the Nov. 23 N. C.
PLUS "DINO" Sal MineoROOSEVELTS of the strongest high school letters this year. Is season of his major lea.
t teams in the state. 1 gue career. He topped both lea. State-South Carolina game at Co

gues with 132 runs batted in and lumbia.

TUES. NCAA APPROVES led the field in homers with 44 Both Clemson and South Carolina

NOV. 10-12 92-18-34-. I=SPORTING IT UP while pacing the Braves to the are state supported colleges
1st RUN THRILLER .
!
pennant. He tied for third placein as is North Carolina State.

"MAN AFRAID"Plus 465-99-732 By C. PARIAH JOHNSON I I 11 I BOWL GAMES the senior circuit with .322

RANDOLPH SCOTT in batting average, slightly behind I A&TAGGIES

Watch This Clown] LENNY MOORE, Baltimore KANSAS CITY The Na- the .326 average with which he I
"DOOLINS OF OKLA. make it to the United States in
Colts backfield star, is the fifth tional Collegiate Athletic Associa won the league batting crown in

Also No. 4 "VIGILANTE"SKYVIEW 3 ..; 4, leading ground gainer in the National .' time.the The Chicago fight was Stadium rescheduledfor in lion has given its approval to 1956. In the World Series he bat. TO PLAY THERATTLERS
De
a Football League. He has cember. eleven post-season games according ted .393 and knocked in seven
'
TUES. 3 picked 221 39 { to an announcement made by .
8. up yards on attempts
f..
= RORY CALHOUN runs.A
who
v: is said
10.18 for average of 5.7 per executive director Walter Byers. native of Mobile, Ala., Aaronnow SAT.
to
be
one of the
ROCK HUDSON in- 7 8 carry. His longest single effort roughest boysin The games that have been approved resides in Milwaukee with
the
fight business
"Something Of Value" was for 55 yards. Spider Webb another will tan are: the Cigar Bowl at his wife and two children. GREENSBORO. N. C. Another -

Co-starring SIDNEY POITIER I 27-14-59 TOMVILSON: of the Los to handle in a 10-round rough m Tampa, Fla., Dec. 28; the :Mineral record breaking crowd of

34506215 Angeles Rams is the NationalLeague's Madison bout in I Bowl at Excelsior Springs, Mo., I j more than 5,000 is expected to
Plus "LAST OF BADMEN" Square Garden Nov. 22, CROWD JEERS
Dec. 28. These have been
leading ground gainer. the International games see the A & T College Aggies tie
GEORGE MONTGOMERYWED. Sometimes he's His record Boxing Club an played before but with NCAA
up is 392 yards while nounced. up with the Florida A&M Rat.
Sometimes he's down Both fighters are middleweight
Willie Galimore's record is 248. membership teams. tiers in Memorial Stadium Saturday
& THURS.NOV. 13-14 He adds, subtracts contenders. OVER VERDICT
Uf works It aU around The Rams is the team GaIimore BOB BAKER the Approved also were the games s Nov 9.

GARY COOPER in for scored the four touchdowns Pittsburgh played on New Year's Day:.Cot. I The game, an intersectional
heavyweight
"Friendly Persuasion November 16 against a few weeks ago. fighter who announced ton Bowl at Dallas; Orange Bowl classic, is scheduled ,to get under-
a few weeks
48-22-09 EDDIE MACHEN the unbeaten age that at Miami; Prairie View Bowl at GIVEN ORTEGA at 2 The
And- I California heavyweight and : Prairie View, Texas; Rose Bowl is a drawing because
_h__" .. back a few nights ago to :*&? $-Pasadena Calif. Bowl LOS ANGELESFrom the game power
; Sugar
of the
considered tne best heavyweight defeat extreme rivalry which has
Neal
in the business at the present will Welch in a dull unimpressive at New Orleans; Sun Bowl at El many jeers and boos that went existed between the two teams

I -FOOTBALL SCHEDULES- meet Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson Miami Beach.10-round bout down in Paso, Texas; and Tangerine Bowl out from Wrigley Field following off and on since 1938. A special

in San Francisco Nov. 13. If HANK AARON at Orlando, Florida the unpopular decision handed attraction will be added this year.

LOCAL SCHOOLS past performances have anythingto MAYS and'ILUE Other NACC certified games out to Gasper Ortega against Kid The marching bands of the two-
are waging a hot battlein
: e do with it, Machen will havea the National are the Corn Bowl at Blooming Gavilan. schools were all set to give the
League for the ton, El., Nov. 28 and the Gator Most of the 7,800 fans who
Edward Waters New Stanton High very little trouble with Jack. Most Valuable usual touch to the game. Thee
Player Award. The Bowl at Jacksonville Fla. Dec. witnessed bout
the and 12 of
th
5 son. Jackson hasn't had too muchto brilliant band of Florida A & M is considered
performance
of Willie i
Nov. 9SC. Area Trade (T). Nov. say since he'was calmed down 28. 15 newspaper reporters whoco'ered one of the best college
Campbell, Dagona (T) Mays throughout the season puts
Nov. Friendship CollegeH by Floyd Patterson. him it were dissatisfied at marching bands in the country.The .
in the front line
( ). Nov. 15-Center High Way. running: the decision in favor of
Ortega.
ARCHIE MOORE, the lightheavyweight The TAN MEMBERS A & T :Marching Band of130pieces
heavy hitting of,Aaron places
cross (H).
Nov. 23-Daniel Payne (H). champion will be one him in the top bracket. Hank The spectators loudly booed is also considered a top
.
Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H). when the referee and one judge ranking outfit.
of the busiest men in the ring finished a brilliant season, the

Gilbert High for the next six months if all best hi his major league career. CHOSEN FORALLSTAR voted for Ortega over the former Both bands were all set to par.
welterweight from Cu
goes well. He is slated to box The baseball world will just have champion ticipate in a pre-game show at

Nov. 8-Panama City (H). Douglas Anderson Eddie Cotton In Seattle, Nov. 5, to wait and see. -- ba. Gavilan had been a heavy 1:30 p. m. and during half time.

Nov. 15-BTW, Pensacola (T). Nov. 8-Bunnell (T). and Chuck Speiser for a title E. J. (ox) CLEMMONS, coachof TEAM favorite in the betting on the

Nov 28-New Stanton (H). Nov. 15-Open. match early next year. Moore Morris Brown ,Wolverines is strength of a similar spilt decision VISITBEST
earlier this in Miami
Nov. 22-Open. says he expects to fight three or perhaps the happiest coach in NEW YORK When the National year ,

D. C. Vocational HighNov. Nov. 28-Peck High, Fernan- four times before meeting Speiser America. His Wolverines finally League's All Star baseball The match was one of a seriesof

23-Gilbert (H). dina (T). for the title. He says it Is better defeated the Kentucky State team was selected recently there matches arranged for the pur I FOOD

for him to fight himself into Thorobreds 25-7 in the homecoming were four tan stars named along pose of designating, a successor to

. ___ SIAC SCHEDULE I shape instead of spending long game. From all indicationsthe with other stars to form the the vacated tilte of Carmen Basilo -
the ch
FLORIDA ASM UNIVERSITY FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE: sessions In a training camp.. Wolverines were all keyed up dream team of*the league. now middleweight am STORE

Nov. 9-N.OA. & T. (T). Nov. 9-Morris Brown Columbus LARRY DOBY. the Chicago for that particular one. The squad, selected in a United pion.Only

Nov. 16-Allen U. (T). Nov. 16-KnoxviHe, (There) White Sox outfielder who suffered THE FOOTBALL CLASSIC of Press poll of baseball writers in three of, the' Bribes out of 2SOO MONCRIEF RD.

.. Nov. 23-Southern U. (H). Nov. 28-Alb ny. a leg injury during the last the year Is drawing near when major league cities, included an the fifteen gave, the verdict to FOR YOUR r

Dec 14-O.B. Classic (Miami). KNOXVILLE COLLEGE part of the 1957 season, said he the Stanton, Blue Devils meet the all-tan outfield of Willie Mays of Ortega. Many of the others had
Nov. 2-Allen, Knoxville, Tenn. the Kee as far ahead as eightpoints. XMAS TOYS
win spend his winter resting Matthew W. Gilbert FightingPanthers ,the New York Giants, Hank
Nov.
Morehouse.
Atlanta. GLNov.
BETHUNE-COOKMAN 16-Fort Valley Knoxvffle Doby is the No. 1 man on 1raD.ager In the- Eat-Wet game Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves .

Nov. Gramling (T). Nov., 23-Ala. A&M. Normal Ala Al Lopez's list slated to go. In the Gator -BowL The, two dty and Frank Robinson of the Cincinnati SMALL DEPOSIT WILL

Nov. Xavier-Tllt of Maroon LANE COLLEGE Doby doesn't fit into Lopez's rivals have placed strong teams Redlegs. SAY YOU SAW IT HOLD PRESENT OF

&',Gold (Lakeland); Nov Fnnander-Smith: CoH ge' scheme of things. in the field this season and they It was, the same three that IN THEFLORIDA

Nov. 28-Allen U. (Homecoming Jackson, Tenn.HOREHOUSE VIRGIL ATKINS, the hard- will, be out"there battling for the started the 1957 All Star game STAR YOUR CHOICE

) (H). COLLEGE punching St. Louis church deacon city championship. at St. Louis. The fourth tan ,

Nov. 9-Knoxville. Atlanta Ga. has agreed to meet Boston's TonyDeMarco WILLIAM O. (Bill) De WTiT. member named was Ernie Banks, -

ALABAMA A & M Nov. 16-Howard. Washington. in a 15-round return former owner and general manager the sensational, shortstop of the

Nov; 9-S.C. State, Normal. Ala. Nov D.C.23-Fisk, Nashville, Tenn. match in Boston Jan. 21 or 22. of the St. Louis Browns of Chicago Cubs, who edged ,sleek. J o L.A4.Y4.IKMII

Nov. 23-Knoxvllle, Normal Ala r Atkins. who is 29, knocked out past years is being favorably discussed fielding Roy McMillan of the .

-. ALABAMA i STATE MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE DeMarco in the 14th round re as the next general man Redlegs, 10 votes to eight.

Nov. 2-Ala. A& {., Birmingham. Nov. 9-Fort Valley St. Columbus cently. When Virgil defeated De- ager of the Cleveland Indians: Sharing honors with the tan
: >vov. 16-S. C. State, Orangeburg Marco he the have been in the !
_ Nov. Savannah St.. Savannah. Nov.: 23-Open. upset welterweight The Indians group are Stan Musial, first base; vetzt TVJ ;

Nov. 16-Fisk U., Nashville Nov. 28-Clark College, Atlanta rankings because Tony had been market for a general manager Red Schoendienst, second base; r / CULTURES STRAIGHTENS

Nov. 28-Tuskegee Inst. Mont. (Thanksgiving Classic) listed as the top contender ,for since Hank Greenberg was fired. Eddie Matthews, third base; Ed ( '

ALLEN UNIVERSITY the title vacated by Carmen Ba- De Witt has been connected with Bailey, catcher, and Warren + Paz

Nov. 28-Bethune-Coakman. Day. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE silio who is now the middleweight the Yankees since the St. Louis Spahn and Jack Sanford pitchers. J Ray Robinson

Nov. 16-Fla., A&M, Columbia. Nov. 9:-Ala. A&M Normal,' Ala. champion.KID Browns went defunct.

tona Beach, Fla. Nov. 16-Morris Brown, Orange GAVILAN has been signedto WHEN MOBILE, ALABAMA third ass which was aayo

BENEDICT burg S.: C (Homecoming) fight Walter of Boston : "It's a Knockout
COLLEGE Byers had a Hank Aaron Day recently, played In the Gator:, Bowl a few \
9 Allen Nov. 28-Benedict College, Columbia in a 10-round substitute bout In the first time that
Nov. U., Columbia, S.C. it was a Negro Saturday nights ago, was a reminder
Nov. 16-Miles Memorial Birmingham S. C. Chicago Stadium Wed., Nov. %0. athlete had been so honored in of the Orange Blossom L

Ala. Gavilan recently lost a split decision 'Alabama. Alabama has producedsuch Classic which shows the loyaltyof
Nov. 23-Bishop College, Columbia TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE: : ,
s. C. to Gaspar Ortega which outstanding' athletes as Joe the fans to both schools. The ,

Nov. 28-S. C. state Columbia. Nov. 9-Miles College, Tuskegee. was a heartbreaker for the Louis, the Brown Bomber, whose fans are loyal, but they are ask. I

(Homecoming: ). (Homecoming) "Keed. who was expecting to record as a champion has never big for a game In which the competition
Nov. 16 Dfllard U. New Orleans O4LPbEF '
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CLARK COLLEGE fight his way back to the wel been challenged; Willie Mays will be a little stronger.The '
Nov. 28
Ala
State
Montgomery:
Nov. 9 Xavier, New Orleans. La. terweight championship. The bouton said by many- leading baseball experts loyalty of the fans deservesa

Nov. 16-Savannah St., AUamta. XAVIER the 20th was originally scheduled to'be the best all-around break. Should the attendance ---; s prbees

Nov.28 Morris.r Brown, Atlanta. Nov. 9-Clark Col.. New Orleans.! between light heavyweight player in the game today; Bill fall off, Jacksonville will be J"1aT .. ,

FISK UNIVERSITY Nov, 16-Bethune Cookman Yvoa; DureHft and Win Snook of Bruton, the sensational center. branded as a rotten football dty. 01 P8IUS PlOWS __
Day. 1r
Nov 16-Ala. State, Montgomery tona Beach Fla. Holland, but it was announced fielder of hte Milwaukee Braves. Smooth Sailing until we meet r. rwt fAwani IMKB SHW.

Nov. 23-Morehouse, Nashville. Nov. -Dfflard, New Orleans. that" Snook would not be able to -THE' CROWD .attending the again. ..,........./.....lIe......n



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:..i "filles" ifin ears .P c.LJi--f., :i .. -. ... : .----- ......--- -.-:. JJJ.I't '-S yY .S WIT IN
request to give out some news has .J.i that theClubEl ; NAVYTEAM.
"gord us small amission ot
: Juanita Black a real pretty r 5O.cen THE FLORIDA'STARIF
)ifIThB; 3' k < Dorado.. has received their 1. will be charged and tha nrOceedS!
lass wants Imow {hih she .
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1CIpS ajPto I r .? &* *> ... "f -f---- -. '
beverage license and they have .4 ... ,,,, ,
no-b : will the Urban and -
: and s... -.... y".. Sani. Pratt-, '"liav| TOMEETTHEO goto League .
planned to make their cruise thru I begun to stock tha bar. Were the Stanton Vocational! SchoolSo YOU' 4 I IWANT'

: BY JAY 'JAY' glad .know-that spirits have
: lifer 'llhduet in December. Her
football
...... ...."..;.... .... .;.........II...... ..........I.-...... .. ,buddy ,Helen Pugh said that she been added to the 'menu. It .will BOXING TEAM purchase equipment. OUT OF DEBT
t : :: :: -, and Robert Ray'werj entertain. put "spirit" in the place. Coach Julius Gulnyartl of thee THE ANSWER IS A3 NEAR
: : Wilder is ..
Team the
-- ing the same idea until the devilin 1 A growing problem L. the wave The Wilder Athletic Boxing asking support t AS YOUR PHONE REGARDLESS
,_ ,' .Things are just rocking along in the old town.,Joe \
"Holtywood"Higdon's of
teen-age hoodlumism. Several OF HOW MUCH YOU
of..1he fa rthe
the form of Elliott Simon step. team will leave for Green public project.I
illness is the'talk of the Six Hundred. The popular business weeks witnessed for Cove OR WHAT YOUR
ago we the OWE
ped in. Such is life. Oh to be ,
mari is stilf in Brewster-Hospital but is 'recovering. We hope to and sixteen first time the wildness of the Springs Friday, Nov. 15 to meet I II PAST CREDIT RECORD IS.
.....+ young again.
see him WU t soon. ABOUT TOWN: Prince "Leg youngsters .s Ri-qund the Myrtle the U. S. Navy Sq'* a. LET US SHOW YOU BOW

The hottest item on the "Blocks"this ago when we cut class in order Man Mack Is sporting a new Avenue:Ball Park. Only the tolerance Each members of .the team will Learn Art I FAST IT CAN BE DONE ON

week is about "Pint" the Sea.''to get in the Strand at reduced powder Kitty John Washingtontold of officers, prevented a be taxed $1 for the trip. The .. PAYMENTS YOU CAN
youngster from team will leave from the Jefferson I
being seriously AFFORD.
man. Seems as tho his intentions prices to see Charles Laughton him that in order to own a both Fine and Commercial _
I Cadillac one must keep the tank hurt., Their, acts ranged; from Street pool at 4 p.m. The Budget CounsellorsOf
were misunderstood over the reign the silver the
on screen as half full and note wrapping a snake around a car team will leave by bus and any "Highest Level of II Jacksonville
keep a century
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-. week-end and he has had to lay immortal hunchback. We remem 'in his pocket. He should of said, steering wheel to letting air out person desiring to accompany the Art Taught Anywhere" 230 WEST FORSYTH ST.
ber the lights coming on in the
low in his Eastside estate this of team do II 36U5'U
theatre and then Miss Emma Lee "A Kitty' driver should." Oh yea tires. In 'addition the group may so. VETERAN APPROVEDLow i EL

week. The boys all say that the Turner and Leroy Jackson checkIng John and Celestine have started jumped on A young teacher in Green Cove Springs Navy team Cost Tuition ; you are unable to
course is.clear now. work on their new home IB the the stands: ,. These acts are not will meet the Wilder team ,in Mail-
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the list while the late
A careless smoker caused some cut Boulevard section.. It. will k the I childish pranks. They are planned Jacksonville Nov. 22. at Stanton! American School of Art f Name .. .... .........:.....
Prof Anderson waited, outside.
excitement on Broad St. Thursday We ,ran but couldn't hide. Of last word. violence. Last week-end a group Vocational Schoool on AshleyCLASSIFIED I 106 East Bay Street I Address .......... ....... .....

Six companies df fire trucks course John Pickens and Senator Something new in teas. will be I jumped on another young teacher Phone EL 4-0206 Phone No. ............ ....

raced to the Blue Chip Hotel to Maultsbv are talking About Lon presented when the Les Pleura,who alternated to stop a boy .

r. put out a fire which was confinedto -- -- present a "Harvest Tea. Only I from beating a girl in front of
Chaney, Sr. in the role.
one room. The barbers in the the Recreation Center. The teacher
club talent will be featured on
Next week the
popular Ashley
Blue Chip say that when the fire Street playhouse has scheduled a the program. Proceeds from the. required medical attention and Will Keep Infant \ PLUMBING.CONNECT

wagons stopped in front of the new version of the "Hunchback" tea will benefit the Urban Leagueand i missed work the next day. All of For Working Mothers.\ .

building, they looked up and'laW Quinn and the Parental Home project of these acts point out that we are Pick Up and Deliver SEWERS INSTALL PLUMBING
starring Anthony
Otis Speights running out of his The Duval County Vocational justified in crying for more police 1551 West 2nd St. _. EL 6.7276 "
Gina Also coming is
Lollabridga. NOTHING DOWN
tailor shop with bolts of woolens "The Pride and the Passion." School will sponsor a boxing protection and more cops and efforts --- PAY MONTHLY

under his arms and Jack Legettee Playing at the Ritz is Burt match between the strong Green to curb juvenile delinquents.As ROOM FOR RENT LICENSED MASTER

hurriedly digging up his money in Lancaster in "The Sweet Smellof Cove Navy team and the Wilder for the' parents if your kid FURNISHED ROOM Modern PLUMBER

the rear of the building. For awhile Club Novem. hangs out in the above mentionedareas all conveniences. 127 Caroline St. '
Success." Now dig this, the Athletic on Friday, I
had time to it tie best to him JAMESMILLER .
they a trying may keep
school auditorium
tale is, the story of a scheming: ber 22 in the -
figure but if Alvin James was a is'' Proceeds will home The officer's patience will HELP WANTED
gossip columnist whose name Broad and Ashley.
fireman in a police uniform. His "J.J." The similarity ends with be divided between the school wear thin one day. When' it hap. Maid\ Cook. Five day week. Phone EL 4-2768 Nights EL 45S7

partner directed'4'aftic on the the name. Yours truly hopes his athletic association and the Urban pens and whatever 1 happens, take Hours 10 to 7 pm. Phone CITY and COUNTY .
corner while he lent moral support my word for it, the.cop is right. FL 91072. -
fans think a little better of him League. oa
and supervised,the,fire:fight-
than the movie villian's fans. Johnny Stewart finally came -
ing. Then again maybe he was
Toni out of hibernation. He took John
Lancaster is the heel and
just trying to get on television.The .
Engineers of the Vocational Curtis is the youngster who "BB" Pickens out to spend some MAKING FLOORS BEAUTIFULIS H. C. Donald .

wants in. Playing with it is Rory money on him Marian Sutton
High School meet the 45th Street
"The Domino Kid" a left for New York to spend a .
Calhoun as your genial Pontiac salesman '
School :Yellowjackets in the Engineers' OUR BUSINESS
this vacation with relatives and
Following .
real shoot-fem-up.
Homecoming game Wednes Invites you to be his guest
is Sinatra in what many friends. She is due, home next
day night at the Myrtle Avenue program BEAUTIFUL FLOORS FOR HOLIDAYS at the showing of
has call his top role, "The Joker Is week.-
Ball Park. A full program
George Washington dropped us AND ALWAYS
been, planned. The Yellow and Wild. .. The New
Yvonne Daniels caught the eyes a card from Orlando. He expects
White parties at the 45th, Street
School have just concluded a tor. of all passer-byers as she did her: ta return home soon. His work Floors Sahding and Refinishing of Hardwood l958PontiacI

rid campaign. Both are sponsor. daily broadcast from the Fashion keepS him on the road. Ida Strandis Koon Floors. YES, We Clean _Tile ,Too! -
the Miss 45th :Men's Shop window. The popular Johnson, manager of the On
ing candidates for display, Nov. 9,0 & llth
mad out again. The stork left her HOMES AND OFFICESNORrf11J'S
Street title. She will be presented WOBS personality sported a
striped ensemble. Yvonne is and Clifford a boy.
Wednesday night along with the grey
queen from the Vocational School. on the air daily from the windowand Richard McKIssack flagged us BILLSMITHPONTIAC I

We passed the Strand and nos. takes telephone requests. down to tell us that all western ; FLOOR SURFACINGAND

the other fans should come to the Roosevelt ,.
Visited New Stanton INC
talgia hit us like a ton of bricks. .
On the marquee we saw signs,advertising day and in addition to seeing Sunday. An old-time thriller has t tbeen JANITORIAL, SERVICES
which assured us that the re-issued. "The Doohns of 2118 Kings Ave EX 8-971 '
"The Hunchback of things I 2571 Wisteria Street Phone PO 4-4186
Notre Dame." Our thoughts flashed future of the boys :was secure because Oklahoma," starring Randolph FREE ESTIMATES Residence_ EL 5-2026 II. C. DONALD

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