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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 16, 1957
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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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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PLANNING ON YOUNG THUGS-A of principals and cpaches,of local schools. '
group ? .high! noon Friday there.was still an official blackout and a virtual Eric O. Simpson
along with Florida Star Publisher Eric O. Simpson (wearing glasses) and radio announcer Ken
clamp down on news concerning the rape of a Jacksonville"woman, War has been declared on Jacksonville's Negro teenage hood.
Knight second from center; backing camera are seen as they met'with Sheriff rCa1ii1I.sbowD
the mother of five'chi14ren, by three white men in a downtown lams who have been creating disturbances around, the local high
speaking at extreme right Chief W. F. Whitehead and Probation'Officer:
Deputy E. C. Benedict: hotel last Saturday aft e rnoor. And after 6 days police had not schools and endangering the lives 'of students and grown-ups around
to plan methods of combating teenage rowdyism and violence in the'olored areas. The first
reported any progress or arrests for questioning in connection with. the'Myrtle Avenue Ball park on "football game nights and at school
step made was debutlzlng of 19 principals caches and teachers' as Deputy Sheriffs with the brutal attack. dances and other affairs.

the power to arrest offenders. .- .'
By Staff Correspondent 'In a special meeting held at
Participants n the conference included William T. Harper, N. L Davis, L. A. WilliamsEr..

nest Wilson, T. W. Montgomery, J.. P. Small L \I< Grayson, E. Benth_ one, K; D.-,McFartln; Na: Tie rape attack which was SOUTH LEADERSLEOR New Stanton High School last FBI PROBING '

thanlel Washington, Chester Cowart, II. Jam'=* Greene, J. W. "'altonV. F.' CanDonubharlu'F. committed in the Seminole Hotel Monday morning, at which timea .

James T. V. Thomas Elwood, Banks, and Clarence Wilkerson. shortly after .the GeorgiaFloridafootball : number of principals, coaches

game ended was almost and other interested parties met

r v 'a whlt rg, e : ,:1Irith t LR-c& ..
which '.gave only scanty" reports.. : Deputy W Whltehead and:
of the crime in" certain f > editions' VOTERS'DRIVE Probation Officer E. C. Benedict OF NEGRO BOY "

RACIAL INTOLERANCE "DISEASE"BY IS ENDED IN not circulated in the Negro areas. ... 1-plans were outlined for combatingthe
MEMPHIS Tenn.--The Southern
The 34-year-old woman said she t. : wave of teenage terror which PONTOT- C. Miss. The mysterious
Christian Leadership Conference disappearance of a 16-
STAFF CORRESPONDENTBOCA reported to work last. Saturday meeting in Memphis for has been sweeping the communityin year-old Negro: boy was being In.vestigated .
RATON = Gov. LeRoy Collins blasted the "disease of TENNESSEESTATE at .6 p.m. at the Seminole Hotel
executive months.
second recent
the quarterly in Pontotoc this week
racial intolerance" as "the greatest roadblock in the of South ,
way and was assigned to' the seventh session Tuesday' sent a telegramto The most significant move by federal, state and county off!
ern last Monday in address to the the
progress, an convention of
floor to clean up several rooms. President Eisenhower request- cials.
Southern Newspaper Publishers Association."We SCHOOLSNASHVILLE made in the plan to stamp out
She'said she had finished clean. j jing ing that two Negro men be It is feared that the boy may
can either miss our great rowdyism and vandalism in the
one room and proceeding to appointed to ,the 'recently established have met the same fate as- Em.
est opportunity and go blindly many times the incompetent or Tenn. Segregation another,'when she was stopped bya Civil Right 'Commission. community was the deputizing of:' mett Till who* was found murdered
down a road of turmoil and frustration corrupt public official makes in six Tennessee State to some 20.principals and coaches by
a male. guest who asked her During, the same session plan for after he allegedly wolf whistled -
or-we can seize the opportunity racial issue a convenient .smokescreen colleges was put.to an end Friday go to his room No.,704 and "A crusade for Citizenship" to the Duval County Sheriff. at a white store-keeper's

to clear the emotional with which to obscure his by the State Board Education.. clean it up. The maid_,said she double -the number of Negro registered Each of the men who were wife.
atmosphere." Collins said. own It becomes effective next fall. to sworn In as deputy sheriffs will
shortcomings. told "I don't
the man: go j voters in 11 deep south The FBI reportedly had moved
"We can tear ourselves to "Furthermore unreasoned The board"unanimously adopteda have power to arrestoffenders
massive rooms ,like that. When you go ern states, were announced. The into the of the disappearance
pieces in civil strife 'and become, resistance, with threats of resolution, which" although failing back to.your room call the housekeeper 1 telegram was signed by Dr. Mar. who would be placed in jail pend. probe of Jesse 11-day Bradford
in effect a ward of the rest of violence worsen our problems to mention integration or 'her, want lag trial .Juvenile Court. Harvey
and tell
you your |tin Luther King Jr., president of but J. ){. Lopez, FBI agentat
the nation, or we can join hands rather than lighten. them." segregation now makes,.it man room cleaned and she'll send a the organization.The Probation Officer Benedict said

and pl'Qvlde.'an'exampte' : of,human In.-.another ,part of- his nine- datory' for the colleges to. ,accept maid up to clean it". -one-day meeting was held I' that Monday's. plans marked the Memphis the, declined to confirmor

relationship and governmental page text, Collins said that, while all.on an equal academiclevel.. The.young mother said the man at the Mt. Olive CME Cathedralon beginning of a rigid campaign to deny report.
responsibility for the :rest of the he 'beUeved'st.rongly in the rightsof The' schools affected. are Memphis turned away and she went into Linden Ave. put an end to the teen-age violence agents in Washington
however FBI
nation to follow." state to cc.l1duclthose.. govern State,., Austin Peay, East room 706 and proceeded to 'clean In the telegram to President .and hoodlumism which has been in ,touch repoted with Pontotoc the Sheriff had, '

Their Opportunity mental affairs properly within Tennessee,. Tennessee, & .I Un|!: it. She left the' 'room .door openas Eisenhower the Southern Christian been prevalent In the colored M. C. Hembree to determine if

Addressing the convention of their;; score "I, want no. part of yersity' .Middle Tennessee Statland maids are required to do j Leadership Conference (SCLC) areas in recent months. federal law violation 'was In. '

the Southern Newspaper Pub. 'states 'rights', and, a do-nothing Tennessee., :while cleaning' roomsl:. composed of some of the South's Benedict said, "we mean busi!
volved. further comment was
Ushers Association Collins told philosophy." _. The Board's,action ,came following most outstanding ministers, law ness", and added that the parentsof issued.

the members they have the .opportunity "ResponsibleGovernment"_ .a report made by 'committees While she was cleaning the yers and other 'professional Negroes juvenile' delinquents will also Bradford
who lived
and the responsibility"to "I do anxiously want to be a named -to-.studY -tntegn on andadmission bathroom the same man appearedand from 40 communities in be hauled into court to give ; on a

develop and defend a public part of a responsible state government requirements.: t iacked'her" in. While she was nine states, explained to the account for their. children's be. ant farm near Pontotoc, disap

atmosphere free of racial fears one which is strong', .Therew S.'no discussion at. Fri. hitting .on 'the door: and yelling president that "time is passing havior. He added that many par. peared.Oct. 31, when he was sent

and bigotry." self-reliant and on the move forward : days'meeting 'of the_ committee she could hear him calling arid the effectiveness of the Civil ents' will find themselves being to a service station to purchase
He said he had seen how "ra ," he said. report, submitted by chairman, ,J. and shortly afterward the door Rights commission is being dim! penalized when Jt is found that ,:PP.Highway. Patrolman B. B.,
was opened. Two more white men ;
Howard Warf. The plan submitted nished in to the time they have been responsible for
cial fears and feelings" could infect proportion Crockett
in of the ,
charge state
was reported decided upon in theBoard's entered the room. allowed before the contributing to their children's de.
a legislature. Such an atmos- JAX MAN GETS The Semi lO'le'Hotel maid said, pass appointment I probe, said three white men were
phere, he added, can paralyze a earlier meeting, held behind of the commission. It linquency. He pointed out that
closed doors, _., one of the trio covered her is that this commissionbe parents will be made to pay the ]; apprehended for questioning : arty
state and halt all progress. and it I :: r urgent Jackson
and had been
one given:
allows the' demagogues 'to drag 5-YEAR TERMA The, clause that .nails, down thcertainty I mouth 'while the two others. appointed immediately." school cost $1.20 per day a lie detector test.
: carried her and criminally assaulted jl
in for'each daydelinquents
sound, of. de-segregation are
ordinarily thinking legisla. The also stated verge
message Crockett said the test failed
her by turns;
1958 reads in truant from school.
tors down'to their JeveL""Wennuist .
., Jacksonville : to include on the commission to offer conclusion.
man who' shot "The State Board of Education I She. said her first attacker left you I ,any .
revitalize ,
the simple his landlord in the head with a I the room arid while :one- of the two qualified Negroes of
shall authorize the admission of )
precepts of Christian love man arid rifle' last May was sentenced to all qualified applicants who'meet remaining men bad his back whom one should.. be from the 1 a' coco cola -bottle. Colbert broke" "
understanding of one's fellow
five years in the state prison at the entrance requirements of "the .turned she broke loose from the south. JAXON.NABBED (away and ran to the toilet, followed .
In' searching tot the answer,to the .
Raiford this week. respective colleges and Universi i man' who she' said -"wasplenty pre King renowned for his j{ by Robinson. The witnesses .:
racial': problem asserted..i3creamlng
Joseph Lane 39, pleaded guilty ties" liquored up" and preparing to leadersltip in the famous Montgomery j tcld investigating officers they

Court will avail abuse us at nothing the Supreme:. in Criminal Court to a charge of Another clause which gives the attack her a second time. Bus Boycott, and one of IN SHOOTING heard. one shot and shortly after

: Seen First Hand manslaughter and'was sentencedby colleges the' right tcT limit their When she escaped from' the the leaders of Prayer 'Pilgrimage I the shot was fifed Colbert, ran

Judge' William T.-Harvey who enrollment'-because of".overcrosW: room she raised,-a.cry and the Washington, D. C. last"May Sammy Robinson, 31, 339 from the toilet and out the front:.

!While Collirus'said Florida had ruled that the six months Lane ing and other reasonable 'circumstances police were .called, SgtS O. A. refused to suggest any names for Orange Street and 759 W. Church ; door where he fell dead. ".
been fortunate in holding racial spent In county -jail would be deducted ," 'qualifies that all chos- i Johnson and E. P.. Corley began Civil Rights Commission. He said Street was arrested' last sundayby It was reported that Robinsonleft '

furor in check, he had seen first from his term at Raiford. ing devices "shall apply equallyto i the investigation, -> i "this organization will not attempt Patrolman Alvin James for the scene through a side door

hand how"racial fears and feel.lags" Lane fatally shot George Lemon -- all -prospective e students" I The woman said she was taken to place any men .on the the fatal shooting of. Virdis' Col.t which opens on the MadfsenI "

could Infect a legislatureand : who operated a rooming houseat The board had submitted a plan'I i to Duval Medical Center.where commission.;* bert J?., 24,' ff22. 12V. Beaver I Street side. _

everything else take a back 523 Madison Ave., where both for gradual integration lastyear I I she was ,examined ,and.6>und to The Crusade for Citizenship; has ,Street. I Colbert was pronounced dead /
seat.Such" : men lived. At the time of his but it was only recently rejectedby I.i have. been raped. t been scheduled to get underway The shooting occurred Ina. at Duval Medical-Center by Dr. '
an atmosphere, he said; arrest on May 13, Lane told of : I J. R. The '
federal courts. It would have I Up to late Friday there was 'Jan. 20 when 20 simultaneous confectionery store at 708V. Kennedy. body was
could/.paralyze a state and halt ficers. 'I shot the wrong man" provided for still a blackout on the case. The j j I mass meetings will be held Union Street.Colbert viewed at the Morgue by >Judge ,
its-progresS In its tracks. Lane told the court that Just year: by year admis I suffered wound i Sarah Bryan, Listed as nearest ', .
sion of Negroes in. each class Medical Examiner's office refused I throughout the south, said. King gunshot .: ,,
"Progressive measures, whichin I prior to the shooting he bad sus- level. flatly to give out informationand I at a new conference "'The'theme in' the left side of his\chest of kin was Mrs. Doris Colbert, : ': '

calmer' ..,;days would have been pected four men trying to 'rob .. -. up to that time almost 5 of this kicltoff will be "A Vote- Witnesses told police SammyRobinson wife, 922 1/2 W. Beaver Street :- rand

enacted, are trampled in the him and'he chased them from Howard Warf, chairman of the days later the Medical Exanii.ner's less Citizen Is Not A Citizen," he and Virdis Colbert were Mrs. Welthie Colbert inothet"T';:

stampede of racial demogoguery," his room at rifle point. He committee that drew-up-the-reso : 'report had not been'sent to continued, This effort Is. not for in Johnny'sConfectionery when Rt'2 Box 145 Albany"Georgia. ,

he said. thought 'they were returning and lution, said he thought it was a the Stat Attorney ., And Negroes alone. It will effect the they became engaged in a fight, Investigating the murder were .. J: i
He said that such racial hysteria he' shot. He hit Lemon in the "good resolution- ::.:'Nth best we neither--had any' progress In the whole south one way'or another." for some reason unknown to Patrolmen Alvin James, Edward '

was not confined' to the middle of the forehead with the could do under the circumstan., apprehension of the rapists been r He also revealed' that head- them. They said Robinson started Jefferson Sgts. J. C. Kite \v: c. '. ::', t

legislative .halls. He, said that shot. ces.", -... .. -,, --- ., reported by the police;' :S- *.-.* .; Continued On Page _8-CoL 4), hitting Colbert on the bead. with, Barber and F. A. Gruber. i
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Page Two THE FLORIDA STAB uturday, November 18,'1957 f


:1! THE FLORIDA NEWS STAR i, I Politics its Usual ; i iBy

: *,_ ERIC 0. SIMPSONThe t

Zf! Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.

incomes of home buyers who secured financing through the .

; f .. STAIN OFFICE & PLANT: Voluntary Home Mortgage Credit Program and .the prices of homes 1

:.:a i :XZ323 Moncrirf noad ............... EL 4.6782 EL 4-6783 ':" i that they bought indicate that this Program has been of service "J

Downtown Branch Office: USBroad Street Phone EL 43773Mailing primarily to families of modest means who buy low-priced homes, '
: ,. +ta3 y :
t lilT- John J. Vax, Executive Secretary for VHMCP in Region VI., said
Address '
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", today.
P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida ,
-' VHMCP seeks to find lenders

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j ;!. .'Parham Johnson ...............................:News Staff c H m '. ; Ueterans Corner

::' Altamae Richardson ........................CIrculation Dept. ; insured and VA-guaranteed mortgages m .
k. I to prospective home owners Here are authoritative answers
Member of Associated Negro Press OC ti Administration
from the Veterans
in small towns and
Gy designated
Is J
I SUBSCRIPTION BATES N I minority families anywhere who I' to questions of current interestto

: One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months $L80 I It are unable to obtain such funds former servicement and their

I Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. Q : I from their local lenders. families:

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. 'Send Checks:' or Money Orders To: 1 \ !I / ....- -v--r't. "Persons haVe Q.! My private physician just I.i

-. \ ,fing incomes sent VA a letter stating how my i'

w"b Fr\\\\ \ / ;-. [between $3,000 disability has worsened in recent

I > and, $6.000 have months. Could VA use this letter
I JUVENILE \ Jw l obtained 49% of
DELINQUENCY PROBLEM \ \ \\ \ -/ the home mortgage to reopen' my case and see

a AC1. COLOR iX \\\li\ j > whether I'm entitled to a higher
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I NEEDS ....... ,.. J1' the VHMCP higher rating, what .
G F ,x : I ((1 ---... I' ATOM. N'. I 11by; Alabama and ,Geor-Flo- would be its effective date?

Tuesday a. group' of principals and coaches from the local L = ; CERMSPSAY! Mr. Vax A. A statement by your physician I.
and senior t I } ,
Junior high schools met with Sheriff Al Cahill to'outline : showing increased disability,
\ t said.
plans for combating the hooliganism and rowdyism which has been ', ,' # .... is acceptable by VA as an "in.

prevalent around the ball park on game nights and around the .... ,..-,: .-.L. t'" i'\.f r...,...., ;fj;; The Secretary's formal claim" for a higher rating.

community.One .. ; ..,. ..... i", f!'" P comment was examination -
} VA
f '. .J... ,.}. If a physical
of the moves decided upon to meet the problem was the _. vPR.M".f'-.. ...'..'.. .8 '-r'J.h.tt'. ;;t.. "SIMPSON"prompted by recent confirms physician's state-
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deputizing of several_ teachers, principals'and coaches who would. ....'y.\i/?" .., ....r."''' .t t.. rtt. C;c..:t..: t'.....".:" reports that private mortgage ment, the increased rating couldbe
have power to arrest juvenile offenders. .fl.fJ '. 'tt.Ht'm: t'f-11.1'o f-'\ funds were not available to
:J..lfl .l..o. .. .. 4j.rril..t'Jr'; : ,. made effective as of the date
The plan serves the of offenders and must 'll." /l.lf---; : .. middle Income groups. The Secretary
punishing -r"
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I be recognized as a commendable effort on the part of the sheriff "' .. '... ... ...... ... "."'" .. 1 said, "The VHMCP has been Q. I was unable to keep two
/ri' and the juvenile court officials. But nevertheless, it remains that _. :' effective in providing assistance I consecutive appointments for medical :
I it is not m I to moderate income families purchasing -
I. a preventative measure and that is what is needed treatment at a VA clinic
i most to curb Juvenile delinquency. The Tension That Make It A Question low-cost homes in rural make
because I had to emergency
This issue brings to mind the fact that the FLORID, STAR communities and to. minority trips out of town. In the excite

has repeatedly called attention to the need for more attention to group members." ment I forgot to notify VA in

the problem' of juvenile delinquency. Just a in the __,
year ago .
Mr. Vax said, "Private lenders adtance. Does this mean
\ October 13, 1956 issue, we wrote as follows: Your
Weekly. have made, under VHMCP, $22 given up my rights to further

363,220.00 of home mortgage
I E AMONG NEGROES GOES UNNOTICEDWe Horoscope GuideWHICH Region VI. 49% of the home A. Not necessarily. Veterans

buyers who obtained loans from who break two Consecutive ap
are well aware that juvenile delinquency is a problem'that
March 1956 through August 1957 without reasonable
exists throughout the nation; and we have observed that in most ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR pointments
earned between $3,000 and $6,000, excuse and without advance
parts of the the local authorities civic
country and are
groups -BUSINESS -- LOVE TRAVEL and 50%. bought homes costing notice may be denied further
showing deep concern over it and are, in most cases making strenuous "
between $5,000 and 11000. is
treatment. But reason
efforts to curb wayward tendencies of both Negro and white PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES your
By acceptable to the clinic, your
Pointing out that VHMCP has

youth.In Jacksonville, however, we find that only paltry efforts continued active in the home treatments may be continued.
are being made to combat delinquency the white while Q. Tve held a permanent
LIBRA ging you to take. Insist on com mortgage market throughout the for several ,
next to is being done in interest insurance policy year
the of
nothing Negro youth. Born March 21st thru April 19th Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd plete privacy and exert all of tight money period despite rising but about I let it
a ago
Judge Marion is to be commended for his action year
judicial It is beneficial to attract friends Rou may have occasion to realize your higher-mind powers to receive interest rates, Mr. Vax declared: lapse. Until I reinstate it, am I
in crime cases involving minors and especially for his stern attitude
who.are paragons of virture culture hope under unusual conditions an important Divine mes- "The new 5Ji% interest rateon without GI insurance protec
toward parents who are found to be contributing to their children's any
' and refinement.. The inte\le or gather in a new friend sage that may be yours on the FIIA loans has brought tion wltatsoenrt
delinquency. However, because of either teethIess or ambiguous laws, -
tual as well as the amusing pastimes whose influence may have start- ((19th) many millions of dollars into
and in some cases no laws at all, Judge Gooding is often hand-tied. i A. No. When a permanent
share ,with individualswho ling ,on future 8-40-88=:39-86-846. the home mortgage market.
The time has come, however, when our civic groups and local you consequences your The of 1 interest policy lapses, VA extends your
j : authorities must begin thinking more about preventive rather than I have all of these things, and way of life. The .19th) and the rise one.quarter amounts to only% 15c coverage automatically as term \

corrective methods for curbing juvenile delinquency For it more, to offer will endure and remain ((21st) agree on the merits of go- AQUARIUSBorn month of per insurance. Premiums come out of
$1,000 a 25-jear
per t
stands to reason that it is much more difficult to change bad habits treasured in your memories ling by the lessons of the past Jan. 20th Thru Feb. 18th mortgage; $1.47 per month in the cash reserve you've built up.

_, _. or,,delinquenU-iendenciea in-humans r ,or animals once they are In...thedaysuto come.* There are I when you make decisions concerning You are accustomed to popu a case of $10,000 loan. If any The term protection ends whenit

'j cultivated, than it is to teach good habits and channel them into many Indications that extrava family'or domestic matters, larity in your social and club circle prospective home buyer does has used up all the reserve.

paths of good citizenship and high morals.It gant ways will no longer be inhibitions and in the handling of because of your charm and not Know where to apply for a Q. Is War" Orphans education

is to be noted that a more vigilant watch is exercised to enough to keep your resouraces income and outgo. Vanity, too, the limited to only one child in the
charistics. The New Moon, on mortgage loan or no lenders
see that ill-reputed establishments and other contributing aspects to intact. can exact a rather big price nowadays family of a deceased war \'eter.an .
same day, puts you in line for a operate in his area, he should
delinquency are not'permitted where they may be temptations to 6-10-55-14-5 so subdue it. ? Or may all children recehe .
shift in your commercial or professional write VHMCP, 402 Walco Build.
white youth. But, on the other hand, despite complaints from 3-70-42--69-22 574.VIRGO the educational benefits?
status'which you can Ing, Corner Tryor and Auburn,
citizens, it is very noticeable that certain "joints" not regarded as A. All children in the family
if are es- Atlanta 3, Georgia.
to advantage
turn you
having a wholesome atmosphere for youths are permitted to operateto GEMINI x may receive the educational benefits .
Born May 21st Thru June 21st pecially alert _and imaginative.
the detriment of Negro youth. Born Aug. 24th Thru Sept. 23rd once they reach the eligibleage
We think that our local Authorities' and welfare organizationsare It would 'be a pity not to benefit The disturbing conditions of the Meanwhile,, you should not dis INVEST INHUMANITY for War Orphans schooling

,showing too little concern about Juvenile delinquency among from the fine (19th) by getting week have given continue your studies or preparations which generally is 18.

Negro youth It seems to us.that rather than shipping Negro together with, associates, previous which may real for greater knowledge and t
you a you can
boys off to reform schools, and in some cases to jails with hardened neighbors ,or others with whom experience (Veterans living In this area

criminals, it would be better to. try to help these youth before they you may have been at odds and ly turn to advantage if your self- 7-50-22 49-23-753. Contribute GenerouslyTo who wish further information
confidence has not been over.
fall- Into the'channel.. to thresh out the issues in con- about their various benefits

It is true that we have Negro policemen whose function is to tention.' The ((21st), deepens your thrown. A good{ opportunity to The should write or visit the VA I

enforce laws but there is also need for juvenile officers and policewomen need for partnership, marital or better yourself in many ways is CAPRICORNBorn Office at 317 Slain St., Jacksontille .

to be assigned to aid Negro youth who are, easy victims public support t oachieve your offered by the (19th) especially Dec 22nd Thru Jan 19th URBAN LEAGUE Fla.)

because of the sub-standard social and economic conditions whichwe personal 'a n d ultimate ends. when,you uphold all of your high. If you can manage to get off .
forced to live.JACKSONVILLE est principles. The ((21st) attestto
are of
Another: phase that will lend by yourself for the purpose

greater significance to service and the wisdom of making decisions analyzing the_ events of the past ;'

health questions is introduced by based on the realities of and your plans for the future, LETTERS To The EDITOR ii iiThis
I situation.
URBAN LEAGUE life and your rpesent .
the New Moon.190778S7S193.. 1--60-99-58-91-161. ... you are bound to hit on the formula

__ you have, been looking for.

The (19th) should enable you to
DESERVES SUPPORT OF PUBLIC SCORPIO link your financial and spiritual is the sixth In a series of letters written to the k.

TAURUS Born Oct. 24th Thru Nov. 22nd aims in such a manner as to ren- FLORIDA STAR by a White Citizen, expressing his views and '

When the Jacksonville Urban League was notified last year Born April;20th Thru 1\1ay,20th There seems te be an unexpected der them compatible. The (21st) possible solution. to the segregation. problem In Jacksonville

that it would no longer receive the support of the Community It seems as you are the reel., opening in your official, commercial to you should make it all the -THE-- -FLORIDA--- STAR: --

Chest-United Fund as a result of its failure to give in to a move pient of a piece of good news anda or professional environ. more possible to realize them in Jacksonville, FloridaP. and turmoil, creating only hatred

to withdraw its affiliation with the National Urban League, it meant spectacular success or recog ment to further your personal po. a spirit of frendlmess and co- O. Box 561 and uncertainty In many in

that the local branch lost something like about x18,000 yearly. nition. The (21st) the
opens possibility and economic for
i sition, prestige operatiion. Today's sacrafices are stances. From what I have readin
Briefly the Urban League is a national social service organization for a sound investment of tunes.Don't let it get away from tomorrow's gain. Dear Mr. Simpson:

for the improving of living conditions of Negroes and for mutual funds or the acquisitionof you on or around the (19th). You 920661965825.PISCES I must admit this fight for"equality" the newspapers it seems that

increasing cooperative understanding relationships between white real property. The (21st) is a can accumulate assets, even if for your people looks they send their men to work on

and colored citizens. Its special program is one of research and favorable omen for those who the seems slow at first, hopeless at times. From the anything which comes up concern-

community organization in the fields of employment, industrial have chosen the coming weekendfor if you process keep at it with determination things I have observed in Jack, ing the Negro and fight -for him

relations and vocational guidance, housing education, health and weddings and understandingsof and regularity. Born Feb. 19th Thru March 20th sonville and the conversations I whether he is right or wrong.

recreation. first call to have overheard among my people No matter how petty the incidentis
an economic nature. 4-80 _33-79-91-489. The (21st) ,gives ;
In order to carry on Its broad program to Improve. the living '- 1S. your ambition and worldly interests and also the Negroes, I would say it usually ends up being a

conditions of the Negro people in this community the Jacksonville with a possibility to stabilize that with careful planning anda national issue in every newspaper

Urban League must secure funds. SAGITTARIUSBorn domestic as well as publiclife. patient carrying out of the in the country. I may be wrong,
Junius Bowman executive director of the local branch said Nov. 23rd Thru Dee. 21st your the first
its not
CANCEEBorn the for plans your people can not expectfull (and if am
The (21st) paves
this week that loss ot-the Chest funds meant that the organization Jane 22nd Thru July 22nd You are likely to be in closer in distant citizenship rights before 1977. time) but it seems as thoughthe
: had to streamline its operations and to some degree curtail some You have splendid prospects to contact with the Higher Forces, contact people overseas In twenty years I believe with NAACP is out for "publicity"more

'. of its activities. However he hastened to explain. that none of the reap a harvest if you' have re- and this should open your eyesto places, pleasure trips develop the proper training of your young than they are for"equality".

}, vital services have been abolished. fased to neglect your responsibiuitiels ,the dangers of following a certain and greater spiritual people and the raiding of their All your organizations should "

With the loss of this support it now becomes the duty of road that illusions or ment. ever
i every in the face of attemptsto your standards of living they will be have a definite plan if they 1
to the Urban GENEROUSLY that none have been ur 3-90 11 89-18-389. AndI .:t
Negro support' League iso lure you away from them. unusual people may able to go to the church of their hope to attain their goal. ,;
of its services for the betterment of Negro living and community should be
The (21st) 'heightens the risksof choice, to the school of their still say that plan
Improvement' shall be in any way curtailed.* ill-advised attach GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957Use choice, and live in the neIghbor. based on education. Cut out the

White people, too, in our community should see it as their speculation, this coupon. Learn more about yourself. Send 10 cento (one hood they choose. court squabbling of why a Negro
ments and the lack of -
'responsibility to prevent the Urban League from being strangled children should be dime in coin) for each horoscope ordered by malL Include self This can only be accomplishedby couldn't eat In this or that cafe,

z in its operations because a few hate groups were able to pressure when addressed, stamped envelope. Write plainly. This offer does,not apply careful planning. A builder and why they couldn't go to thisor

the. Chest-United Fund to cut off its support Today it is the partner should be consulted regarding to residents of the dominion of Canada. must have a plan to erect a that school, and why they

Urban League, but tomorrow it might be the Camp Fire Girls, the htese questions. building. A General must have a can't buy this or that house.
3-2-40-33- 38.-31-243. .. .. r ,
Catholic Charities, the Jewish Welfare Society, the Salvation Armyor P7 LOM STAR ASTROLOGERP. : plan to win a battle. Your people'must Let your organizations spend

the Young Women's Christian Association.Our II I have 'a plan to' win full less time ta the courts politidng
white citizens should see the need for supporting the leagueso | O. BOX 561 and timeon
LEO citizenship.I seeking publicity, more
that it could Its broad for the Negro's JACKSONVILLE 1 FLA. V
bettering I
program not
or .
don't know education community
Thru 23rd .. S
Born July 23rd August
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living conditions and educating him so that he can fill positions in .
Examine prospects in their the NAACP has a definite organizations employment ,.
your : : '
industry because the improvement of the Negro's life means more Name
inherent The (21st) .' not. I don't think they have.I industrial relations and vocational -
sales to white firms more buildings' for contractors more mortgage possibilities. -",. '
? I -... ;'. '***:': : I disorganizedand
also provides evidence of a phasein Address 3' think that they guidance, housing improvements,
interest for banks and healthier, better trained servants in their havea
confused. I think they health and recreation.
end and
homes to cook their food and care for their children. your life coming an '
It will be I State-I wonderful wide range purpose Support the Urban League ta
another in, the making.
mainly to resourcefulness and that Is the Advanrementof Jacksonville. They are strivingto
NOW! up your
I., ingenuity to see that It will be I Date of Birth I IJ the Colored People, but inmost improve the living conditionsof

cases they are defeating your people and they need
REGISTER NOW TO VOTE a brilliant one. Date Month

221 EAST ADAMS STREETS 2-30-77-29-75-236. .. .. .'. -":" -'. .'_ ._ ..;... ,..1,,their purposethroUgh confusion your support.

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November. 16, 1557 THE FLORIDA STAB I I-

To' Display Latest '! I

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A FEW DAYS AGO one of our readers called the society edt -i _

tor to inquire why Is it that the FLORIDA STAB does not carry S 5'

more social and society news. One caller explained that she was a n

newcomer to Jacksonville, having been here only a few months but if

had become a regular reader of the STAB -and was surprised to

note the sparity ofsoclal items in our weekly issues. e 'v

THERE WAS EVERY EVIDENCE that the complainant wasa ____ \ 'S

person of some culture who had. been exposed Asocial life and ,
the atmosphere of that intrinsic environment known as "society".

Her voice was pleasant and cheerful but nevertheless, we detecteda \

> trace of resentment which carried with it the accusuation that ;

the Florida Star was .responsible for not giving its readers more k .,r?' I

"social news.

SOCIETY EDITOR the writer hastened to explain that the it 4 l r. ifS

latter was entirely untrue r. that -we welcomed the opportunity to 5 ..

publish more news about the social life of Jacksonville,' but that we

are, to some degree handicapped by lack of cooperation from the I '

people who compose the social strata of this fast growing city. '
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d.. wJ ir : _L ,..,....,.....,-:.-.." II I
type cooperation
IN PLANNING SESSION Among ,those who attended last week's meeting of the Fairfield
needed in order to publish moresociety news, at the same time with Garden Circle to outline plans for preparing a Thanksgiving basket and the building of the Organ.

a sly suggestion that we were usiing that as an excuse. izationr ,club house were these well known Jaxons seen here. Seated from left to right are: Mrs.

We explained %to our caller that there was no. way for us to M. Griswold Mrs. J. Dobbs, Mrs. N.Vats n, Mrs Estelle Thomas, and l1IG.. Hoffman. Stand.

know when Mrs. Johnathan Shervington dr p\e Delta Phama Gata ing from left to right are: Mrs Rosa Howard, Mrs E. Austin, Mrs. Louise Hargrote, Mrs. 'Char

Sorority vas holding a bridge party or entertaining guests unlessour lotte Dawson, Mrs. Estelle Hall, Mrs Mamie Fields, Mrs. Louise Walker and Mrs Mollie Albritton. .
social editor was notified directly or through an official an.

nouncement. from the hostess or the organization's secretary. I
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SHE WANTED TO KNOW HOW it was that we secured other

news without getting an official announcements. pointed out ABOUT .
that be traced to some official record. But PEOPJI. :.:....;":.:,: .:. .' :
general news always can SET BAZAAR SOCIAL CLUB ---- ----
in the case of social activities which are actually private matters IN FASHION" SUOU.-Attracth-e 1
The Urbanites met last Saturday '
newspapers do not feel it free to pry into private affairs, especiallywhen among' the models who will display the
night in the home of Mrs.
a hostess wants to be modest about publicizing a forthcomingsocial WO\ NIGHTSThe HOLDS MUSICALLes Helen Toney of 5704 Geranium style rene'oge '57 which will be held ,I

affair in her home. Road. A delicious menp was Stanton High School. Proceeds from the (
S aWE >> Financial Fund Drhe. :
Young Adult Departmentof Fleurs Social Club will present served. Urban League .
ALSO EMPHASIZED THAT even newspaper people are the Young Women's Christian its first Harvest Musical Mrs. E. I i

reluctant to commit a breach of ettiquette by barging into homesof Assn. is sponsoring' a Bazaar Fri. ,Sunday in the Youth Center of The Sophisticated Ladies Social BAND PARENTS president, ,
'club houses where private social affairs are being held uninvitedor day and Saturday. Laura St. Presbyterian Church. Club will sponsor an entertainment Band a
at least without the assurance that il newspaper representative'S'presence The bazaar is planned as one of Les Fleurs were .organized in I November 22, in the homeof Brooks, :

would not be resented. the features of World Fellowship 1952, and since that time the club Mrs. Rose Sampson Levy, 1211 HOLDS ANNUAL
a a local W. 24th St. of refreshments I f!
Week and special features have has carried on a variety of Plenty

OUR COMPLAINING SOCIALITE could not understand the been planned for the event. "projects,*and has contributed to will be served.

attitude of what she called the "so-called civilized people" of this The various groups of the department several organizations. One of the FALL FESTIVALThe .

city. "What are they afraid of"? she wanted to know. We do not the Young Adult Committee party for the If oys Parental The Junior Homen's Missionary

have the answer to that one, we confessed. the YW Wives Club, the projects is the annual Halloween Society of Second Baptist Church Stan. .
Band Parents of New
s t t i YJewels Club, the Business and Home. sponsored a fall tea on last Fri.

ONE CALLER SAID that before returning to Jacksonville that Professional Women's Club, and The event Sunday is the sourceof day night in the home of Mrs. tan Senior High School are pre.

she had lived in cities where it was a delight to pick up the local the Book Lover's: Guild are shar capital for the Urban League Katie Johnson, 1429 Louisiana St. senting their annual fall festival

weekly newspaper' on the weekend and feast over the written and ing the responsibility for the Boys Parental Home Brewster Seafood dinners, were served. "Ye Ole Country Frolic," on Mon I

pictorial accounts of the past and coming social activities of the booths and sales.There Men's Club and other organizations day, Nov. 18, 1957 in the Gym

city. Indeed, she said, "it was so refreshing it added to the will be a. country tsore according to Miss Gwen Mrs. Maggie Jenkins of 1611 nasium. The setting will be in
Joy of living. which will be stocked with home. dolyn Johnson, business manager. West 17th Street is ill in the NOW

I made cakes, pies, and cookies, Music for the occasion will be Brewster Hospital. I old Farmer Brown's hayloft.
WE MADE IT ,CLEAR that the social department of the preserves, jewelry'and clothing, presented by the club members, The feature attraction of the .

Florida Star welcomes every opportunity to give coverage to the especially. an array of aprons. under direction of Mrs. Irma Vil- George L. Smith of 614 Jefferson : evening will be square dancingand HIS

social activities community. As to the pictorial accounts ,of social Games of numerous kinds leran. The following persons will St., left the city recentlyto the high-stepping Majorettesand "CATMAN"I

life-we are only too happy to send one of our' photographers. out square dancing, social dancing, appear on the program: Mrs. be at the bedside of a friend their partners will present a

to cover such events when notified in ample time. fortune telling booth, featuring Amy S. Currie, mistress, of ceremonies John W. Brooks, who is ill in the special square dance number. Talented

1 James Bolden as the fortune teller ; selection, Les Fleurs; Provident Hospital. .members of the MarchingBlue

THE LADY WITH THE CHARMING VOICE asked us what typeof wishing well and many other solo Miss Gwendolyn C. Johnson; Devils Band will present a A i iA
forms of wholesome entertain. selection Les Fleurs solo Mrs.' Plans made the The
are being
to ; by "Barnyard Floor Show. performers '
cooperation we required in order to give better coverage ,
ment will, be enjoyed throughoutthe Barbara Walker; selection Les Blanche R. Coleman Friendly include Brenda Johnson,
social activities in Jacksonville and nearby cities .
's s s two-night affair. Fleurs Trio, consisting of, Miss G. 'Club of Mt. Zion AIClE Church Zeta Gibson, Miriam Sarjeant, : "
A d'spliy'of good books and Johnson Mrs. Doris F. Scott and i I for i.s annual Homecoming Tea Miriam Johnson, Bettye Richard.
WE 1. That hostesses, sorority and club secretaries send us noticesof a book sale will be another fea Mrs. Juanita D. Wyatt en Sunday, November 17th, from son, Loretta Young, Floria Her-
ture. Delicious menus are also The following persons will serve 4to6pm. ring Gale Walden, Walden Parker
parties or any affairs that they are planning at least 10
planned. tea: Mrs. Gloria Brooks, Mrs. Donald Cheatam, and others.
days before the date of the event. Friends Rudolph McKissick, Dorothy Williams .
are urged supportthis Elizabeth Downing Mrs. Hortense Comedians George Knox, Ken
2. That notices reach the office of the FLORIDA STAR not effort. Vannette Thayer and Helen
Gray, Mrs. T. H. Jones, Mrs. neth Belcher, and Alvin Hamptonwill
WEDNESDAY fro publication Friday. Grimes.
later than NOON ,
Ruth Leapheart, Mrs. Margaret give their version of the
(Note:-Notices may be mailed to the FLORIDA STAR, The officers of the club are: "
Mathis, Miss Edna Mosley, Mrs. Frolic.
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida, or als may be deliver. I Carolyn Miller'and' Mrs. Doris Mrs. Barbara Walker, president; Special attraction will be little

to 2323 Moncrief Road, (corner of 13th Street), cr: to 433 Wedding BellsMarion I Parsons. Mrs. Dannette Howell, vice-presi. Wonza Crompton talented young STARTS

Broad Street, downtown Jacksonville. Hosts and hostesses are: George dent; Miss Estelle Williams, secretary dancer. Surprise attraction will ., .

8. That requests for photographic coerage.af social affairs M.; Williams,. 620 W. Lowery, Rudolph Williams, ; Mrs. Juanita D. Wyatt, financial be the appearance of ,the "Stan-' 2 First !

be made at least 10 days before the date of the event. i Church St., age '33 and Ida Nae secretary Mrs. Doris F. tonian Combo" under the direction "THE
e Scott treasurer; Miss GwendolynC.
I Moore; 1045 Franklin St., age 29. of Ronald Alexander. Emcee i
"TlI 'rS ALL IT TAKES, MADAM JUST A LITTLE COOPERATION : Obie Roberts, 818 W. AdamsSt. MISS COBB TO Johnson, business manager; for the occasion will be Mr. T. R. i "FROM
AND YOU'LL SEE SOCIAL NEWS LIKE YOUNAVE Miss Myrtle, Turner, social com.
;- age 67 and Mamie Tookes, Belcher. j
mittee chairman; Mrs. Ruby
: j 818 W. Adams St., age 43.
BE FEATURE Dwight, program committee chairman
Get D; Kenner, 508 Evaerson '
; Mrs. D._ F. Scott, financial
ATTENTION St., age age 50 and Willie Linton, committee chairman; Mrs. D. STRAND

508 Eaverson St., age- 49. SOLOIST AT TEAMiss Howell, tablt arrangement chairman SUNDAY

HOSTESSES ,SORORITIES FRATERNITIES, Wesley Harris 1042 W. 17th ; Mrs. B. Walker, flowers and THIS GREAT DRAMA!
St., age 19 and Elizabeth Bur. Miss G. Johnson, publicity.
CLUBS, AND ORGANIZATIONSUse nam, 514 W. Union St, age 17 Meltonia Cobb, daughterof

Rockefellow Brazle, .Jr., Box Mrs. Agnes Cobb, and, sopho You have never
The Blank Below .... more at Edward Waters College,
Ft. George Route, age 17
will be the featured soloist Sunday i -and
and Constance Watson, 1574 W. LP ,
from 4 to 6 p 'nl, at Matthew o
15th St., age '16.
ORREQUESTING W. Gilbert High School dur. !
Joseph E. ,Longworth, 3706
FREE PHOTO SERVICE ing the Calendar Tea sponsoredby
Pineview Circle 21 and Gloria
age .
the P-TA in the school audi. ONLY
Allen 923 3rd Ave. 19.
NAME OF CLUB torium. SAT. NOV. 23rd
Howard Lee Brown, 1584 W. Also appearing will be 'Miss Ce REGULAR PRICES! CJlRYI L71GiVTFxANic

NAME OF PRESIDENT _________________._-:..__ 34th St., age 27 and Lois DeBose celia Ann Miler, The Westminster
1584 W. 34th St., 30. SnMtASopxrA
age Choir of Laura Street Presbyterian
DATE OF AFFAIR _________=;;_------------- I _
Date Timev Willie Brown, Jr.,. 1759 HUgh Church, and the Gilbert I
land Aye., age 22 and Gertha. Glee Club, under the direction of TEEN-AGERS HUNGRY I IQREDT:
PLACE OF ----------- ------------- 1630 W. 24th St. 19.
Name of Individual Clubhouse PoughV age Miss Ruth Gregg. If f OR "KICKS"*
or Lester James Favors, 1852 W.! The following table chairmenare

ADDRESS OF AFFAIR 4th St., age 25 and Caroline Harris .: vyingbeautifully for prizes for the most
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1565 Harrison St. age 20. decorated table and Tkt put-up Finr St .
NATURE OF AFFAIR _______________________ the table with the largest amountto Tdar's Auk V R.IIm. 4 "
Paity, Banquet Tea SERVICE PLANNED finance. \ HiBjry fir "ICiekj" : 1HE

PRINCIPALSName ---------------- --- January, Mrrs. Myra Lee Camper :
of Honoree, Hostess, M.C., Etc- THANKSGIVING DAY ; February, Mrs. Armanda Parker 'CARNIVALROCK" 'lire .

-------------------------------- BY MASONIC FAMILYThe ; March, Mrs. Pearlie Timmons .IwrN ) I ,

State Miss or Mrs. ; .April, Mrs. Susie Shelton;
Masonic will conduct
PARTICIPANTS, ________________=_-________-- their annual Thanksgiving May Mrs. Mable Whetstone" ; Saul MUI' DAVIS t Starring JEAN SIMMONS and
June, Allie Clark Jr.; July Mrs. CABOT BUTTON STEWART
: Names of Members GuestsREMARKS ;
!,<. #?.; or service ,Nov...24 at 2:30 p.: m. in Eva Graham; August Mrs. Beu- s HwfLATTUS< BENEFIT ST. PHILIPS
------------------------------ Shiloh Baptist Church.
... lah Alston; September Mrs Ruth
-- ---_-------- -- Deputies Attrus Fleming C. A.

s: .,:::::- .' ., 1---------.-------T-:::::::::-- Tills Mrs. A. M. Frazler., 'Mrs.A. Baker Smith} December October, Mrs Mrs.. Martha Katye II -. HOW CAN YOU TELLTHEM ROOSEVEL T San..Dion..Tnes.17-18-19 SK

/%: :' Other Information L. Fleming and .Mrs. K. Thom Tutson. ', TO BE 6000 NOV.
.. ... : as have, called all members of Table judges .are Mrs. Mary thfyvtrustes tie srr 1st Run "BAYOU"plus MGMV-
It hi fcatf! Also
------------.----------------------- the MasoniC: family' to ,assemble }Miller chairman, Mrs. Evelyn "Tension At Table Rock" ,
.. "Girl
2 at the church Beaver 2W1(
at Wed-Thurs. Nov.
: p. m. Florence Mrs. Leola Powell Mrs. -
and Cleveland Streets. VICTOR MATURE"ZARAK"
Gertrude Hoffman and Mrs. RS.
INFORMATIONCALti = -. -_- i -_
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,j*.A i4 .- &.Name .*&**'". .Phone Number Brown. '' ,
'. .'. :*9v-, : t'-jo- '* GETTINGUPNiGHTS( Mrs. Florence Kato; chairman, .. -abo-'
PHOTO'SERaCEck; .- ,.: and Mrs. Beulah Alston are put. CHARLES COUHTIETMEUH "CATMAN OF PARIS'- ;
< 'IHOT ;
.:K___ _______ ____ If worried by-VEUddcr WeaburningkaesV'vp IQeUtag BTHOI I'
REQUESTED. AT _.:-__ jP; -- Right* (too or ttcfc3z ting. forth every. effort to make FRL-SAT. -NOV. ZUS FRL-SAT.
\ ;dTJ Address : >c V1n&UoBt..or Strong. Cloudy ROBERT FULLER
: due to common Kidney. and Bladder IrrtUtioni. "' ""u i
: .try CTgrax tor quiet frmttfytofccomtortt&c 'SAY YOII'SAW IT' Alana Ladd"Santiagd'arid .
TI't .. : btfp.A bi&ion OZSIXXteUcU ; ;
F't 111" .... T"1 "' "' -- --:.# ;--..d.lapuJU ytvn safety and .a '" -4"JNt.THEr ':ft.-\1 a&IASEDfCMCO MTOMATIGNM/ -. "Fury,, At'Sui1down"u.r.t '. and frus. ;:.
Date "f :Tii e. : success. Ask druggist tar CltflKX. trader I .c"J.I"FLOBIDA.I ,. -!:- : )UilJ' ''''
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.... Page Four .. __ T. : THE' FLORIDA. ... STAB ._ "'. .' 'Saturday, iDber 1',-IDSI'::

I .:;' -Central I ? -" "". S'ajJtst; 'Women To' Observe: Annual D'ai1-J .il




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The women of Central Baptist Church have outlined plans for

lli i annual celebration to be held Nov. 24. The following committeeswere

selected to serve: Mrs. Theodore Oree, general chairman; Mrs. t .1

District 3 of Second Baptist Annual Men's Day will be ob Katherine Herring, co-chairman; Mrs. Myrtle H. Jones pastor for
Church will observe its 28th an. the day.
It served Nov. 17 in First Baptist
niversary Sunday at. 3 p. m. n Sunday School: Mrs. H. V.
f the church basement. Church throughout the day' with Mrs. Rebecca DeBose; hostess for
i-- Johnson, Mrs. A. E. Thompson;
Deacon Lee C. Bryant will be ... the genera chairman, Herbert the afternoon, Mrs. E. Munday
committee Mrs. Pearl
f the speaker for the occasion. F '. ": program Mrs Mozell Prudence, Mrs. A.
Stokes, and Deacon 'W. M. Pat-
Others appearing will be Deacon 'yJlfx'y 4Y? 'Ch, ,: Dorsey, Mrs. Martha Williams, J. Buggs.
Hr Person, co-chairmen in charge.
E Robert Givens, Timothy Jenkins d..r Mrs. Ruth Johnson,. Mrs. Ethel Captain group leaders: Mrs.
Mrs. Naomi Grimes, Mrs. Gertrude The program'will be announced. Seldom, Mrs. Annie Lee Gypson, Phoebe Fields, White Rose Group

F r Henderson. Mrs. Queen B., j ia : Ji4lvrYsf Other services will begin with Mrs: Virginia Young, Miss Verdell and Mrs. Addie Rasberry, Pink
Williams,.Mrs. Alice Griffin, Mrs. r. : L the Sunday School at 9:20 a. m. Mons and Miss Patricia Smalls. Carnation Group.MACEDONIA.

Evelyn Brown, Miss Sheline Ad. ;'.k. U:' qi with G. W.. Scott presiding fol. Finance Mrs. I* E. Rhue Mrs.

i ams. Miss Gwendolyn Albertie ..... lowed by morning worship at 11 Julia. Yates Mrs. Mildred Riley; CHOIR
and Harry Simmons. decoration, Mrs. Mae Mclvey,
Deacon Kinsey Thomas will 4r Mrs. Laura Smalls, Mrs. Melvina
4 : I There will be ho BTU or eve 1 of Greater Macedonia
celebrate his 15th as leaderof
year Clrtertags, Mrs. Bertha. Tor. .
__ ning worship. The Communion .
the. district. Mrs. Cornelia Had. rence, Mrs. Elizabeth Banks, Mrs. Baptist Church 24th and Frank. I
services will begin at 5 p. m. The tin will celebrate its 52nd.
dock will celebrate her eighth Maggie Hill; souvenirs, Mrs. Flo.: Streets
o. ? sermon will be delivered the
by Nov. 24 at 3
year as deaconess and Mrs. An. r : rifle Quarterman, Mrs. A. C. j anniversary p. m. t
pastor: the Rev. J. C. Sams.
nie L. Thomas will celebrate her Today prayer meeting and
Brinkley, Mrs. Sallye Mathis,
sixth year as deaconess. Willie y{ Choir 3 will observe its anniversary Bible study will be conducted at
at 8 in the Mrs. ucille Middleton, Mrs. Alberta .
Culfins, president, and other officers p. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Choirs 1
<< will observe one or more ::54.i auditorium of the church at which Rasberry, Mrs. Geneva and 3 will rehearse at 8 p. m.

3 yeArs ,of service.Refreshments 8ui/r ;. Baptist Training Union, :Mrs. Massey. I, Friday, Choir 2 will rehearse at 8

4 : will be served at. ._ time a program will be present O. M. Ceasar, Mrs, Julia Yates, P. m.' i

.the close of the services.

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: raised on America's "healthy -
MEN'S DAY r Yr k $n '. baby''milk .

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The. annual observance of Men's rI. n' [ 23.y yr,3.,. ag ._.*vvF XIN Yip-, M s

pay will be held Dec. 8 at Mt. to ip x: ;. aM .i$

.Pleasant Baptist Church, South. WYY yk :i v

side the Rev. C.: J. Crosby, pastor. -

f Officers of the day are Nathan.lei .( \

Jackson, chairman; Lenrow I II I _, P1 A .

Baker, co-chairman; Joe Nathan
Reid G 4 6 v t r i + :i ri
secretary; Andre\v Anders
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son, treasurer. _

;, Alvin Crawford, Curtis Johnson,

'Henry Jackson. program commit. 2 t s':H

tee; David Crawford, Ethan Dix.i .

,i on, Horace Rhinelander, music .
committee; Leonard Baker; Wil \ L
. liam Jackson, usher committee. f'
Homer Brannon, Ronnie Bra- ;, A .r; .
_ 2eU, Ernest Armstrong, Roland f
: '"- Baker .
decoration committee; Jacob '
Johnson Willie Bannister,

Murney Johnson Sr., publicity

I committee .
; i Walter Taylor, Jacob Johnson, I,
S. Lyles, Charlie Davis finance I 4yta
i committee. PARTICIPANTS IN OBSERVANCE Members of the Usher organizations :I g I
i The of the church who participated In the anniversary observance at First New Zion Church last k
goal set for the day is '.
$1,000. week are seen here. fop photo, from left to right are: Sin. Mary Smith, Mrs. Laura Wade and Mrs. J f _

!- Susie Tucker. Second photo, seated from left to. right are: Mrs. Beatrice,, Jones, Airs. Lucille Bowers, d, zg

r Mrs. Dorothy Myers and Mrs. Willie M. Kindle. Standing from left to, right ,are:_ Deacon James, Sapp 4

ANNIVERSAR SET and .Deacon George White. Third photo, seated from left to right are: A. Backus, Toby Tucker, Jim l

BY EMANUEL CHOIR Brown, Thomas Graham and George White Standing from left to right are: John ,Anderson, James g J'Sc

Sapp and Samuel Bryant., Fourth photo, from left to right are: Rev., W. M. Smith, Samuel Bryant, :
Choir 2 of Emanuel
Baptist Mrs. Lillian Sand, Mrs. Lois Taylor, Airs. Rosa Emanuel, Mrs Gladys Walker and Mrs. Mary Bryant. ,' ,
,: Church will observe its 15th anniversary .
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church A

-Male Chorus EVENT I
:Church. 'Choir of"2"of Abyssinia Mt Calvary Baptist AT GRANT MEMORIALThe OBSERVANCE NOV. 26 ,

r : Baptist 'Church will be the 'gUest Male 'Chorus' pf Abyssinia The Willing Workers Spiritual Mrs. ''ViVian Copeland Carter 4-.y

choir. Baptist Church will render an after Singers will celebrate their fourth will appear in the "role'' of. guest

.; Mrs. Estell Freeman, chairman :' service program.'at.Grant Memorial anniversary Tuesday Nov. 26 at speaker' Sunday at 3:30 p. m. at [ -
of the program committee AME Church on Sunday 8 p. m. in the New Mt Olive
announces -
which time District 4 of DaySpring
that program win be night, Nov. 17th at 8:30: p.m., forthe Baptist Church .at Brady and
presented featuring local artistsof benefit of the Boy Scouts.I _Har ?.Streets.. I Baptist. Church will ob

the city.AMIGO .. Choirs one, two and three will appear Melvin,Grace will serve as mas- serve its annual homecoming day

i on program. I II ter of ceremonies and the: An. 'tea in ,th$ .home of Mrs. Helen .
I I gels of Joy will be ,the serving Bullock,, 1163 Francis St. ,
MALE GROUPTO I Appearing on the wy '*iw r 'r a
group. programwill
Some of the participants
be the Heavenly Fire Gospel
BE PRESENTEDAT Mrs Healthy baby"Roza) Wiley of Oakland California
elude W. L. Smith, Mrs. ynn
IS OBSERVING HIS Singers, Singers .
BETHEL Tiny Thomas, :Miss Dorothy Merman r
CHURCH Red Rose Gospel Singers, Mrs. t
17 TH ANNIVERSARYThe. Jessie Mae Polk Julia Mae John H. Gripper, Mrs. CARNATION BABIES have that wonder.
The Amigo Male Singers of ; ,Mrs, digestible, too. Eight out of 10 ;
'. Lake City are coming to Bethel 17th anniversary of Elder I Moreland. Mrs.. Sarah Wilson Amelia Malone, Mrs. Katye:Mrs.Marie ful look about them-happy, contented -. mothers who feed their babies a ;
Baptist Institutional Church corner A. Hines as pastor of the Churchof Mrs Lauretta, Jenkins Miss' Es Strickler. Mrs, Daisella Hill. and so healthy! Carnation formula say, "My doctor
Miss ,Claudia Jones.
S '. of Hogan and Caroline Streets, God in Christ, 1329 Francis sie Mae Thomas, .Mrs. Rosetta Deacon Green IL. Larke and the Rev.C. That's because Carnation is the recommended it" Ask your own doc

Sunday night* Nov. 24, to presenta St. Is now in, progress and will Cohn Mr.: and Mrs, Allen Jack. A. Weaver. most nourishing form of milk_ for tor about Carnation America's i
continue through the 17th. sen, Mrs. Vera Wadell and-others. baby's bottle. The safest and
-; recital for Unit D, a group offour' .' most "healthy baby" milk!
Melvin Grace \\111'serve The program Is scheduled to y
c districts of said church. as mass .
begin promptly at. 8 p. m.- DAY SPRING GROUP
1 This group gained statewide acclaim ter of ceremonies Wednesday beginning I

;; during its participation at at 8 p.m.;musical pre PLANS ANNUAL TEA, BEST BRAND FOR YOUR ; I

;- the Stephen Foster Memorial.Fes- gram will be prensentd with local PRIMITIVES SLATE; I .

tival'and. .' recently .represented: talents of the .city appearing.Various ANNUAL SESSION District 4. of Day Spring Baptist : COFFEE, CEREALS, COOKING I 'p
r' ( : Church win observe 'its ..home.i .
,:'Florida at.--8n.. ;' International folk I ministers and their con. '

j[lore sing ,at st. Louis, ,Mor I gregations will have charge of FOR EAST'.FLORIDA' i coming day tea Sunday at 3:30p. Every. cup'sdelicious I
:... the service each night. m, in the home of Mrs. Helen. .. ,
>: | They are ten talented, young DELAND, ,:- The 88th annual Bullock '1763 Francis St.* whenCarnation '.. J. "

." :;men in number, all teachers In i session of the East Florida Prim. Mrs. Vivian Copeland Carter is the"cream" __
;Columbia and Alachua counties. hive Baptist Assn., and the Women's 'JII'.J Inyourco1fee .! +
,MRS. E. BANNISTER will be guest speaker for the occasion -
'They have been participants In "ffOll
I Auxiliary will at
convene : .f(':
: *two! '.:Ferrell Music Hour Shows _on SPONSORS A GOSPEL St.Annis.. Primitive Baptist ------------------ Contented 0 i

-:;television CARAVAN SUNDAYMrh. Church, the Rev. T., R, Griffin, Some of the participants are: Carnationadds Co w," '

The singers ,are R. H.: Anders, Ethel Davenport'Bannister pastor .Nov. 20-24. Mrs. W. U Smith. Mrs. Tiny ,up rich flavor to '
;.W "L Turner C. J. V. Thomas, Miss Dorothy Morman,
L. Alfprd, will sponsor a gospel.caravan to Nov. 19, the host church will I every cereal,hot
.. \ Harper.! EW! Phillips, H. W. Valdosta; Ga. Sunday, present a program. Nov. 20 openIng John 'a Gripper Mrs Amelia or cold!{
Wright,, J H. Burgess, C. TunsU, The: Golden Jubilee Quartet of of the'session and enrollment.The Malone.-JIrs, Katye Strickler,
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L H. Caffey Jr.. .and R L. Hums 'Valdosta .Is presenting the pro. .Introductory sermon will be Mrs, DalstlL .Hill.. Mrs. Marie ;;
phrey under direction f A. W. ': Green Miss Claudia Jones, Deacon .
gram. Appearing win be the Gospel deHvereoTby the Rev. D. P. Pen. hetterbJen""fr
A.Weaver. .
H.'Larke and the Rev, C. '
I .. Levy Mr, Wright-Is president dr Cavaliers. Athe Dixie Jubilee dletOD. Dinnerwill be served at r*sFs I
: s'
t Anders, business manager. 2 amoother cooking -
Quartet, the Heavenly Fire Gospel p. m.Devotion. .
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There Win be no>> door charge ," reau1ts+ every time I '. 1
at m- '
; .Singers,i the --Siaglng%; Angela befins 8i5.p. _.' ti111.1C :r
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...,I t : s forth e performance and"the Master'Keys.: with the Rev.A. Harris deliver.v -, -'. r./ : ;
r ". is :The.Re',, Robert H., 'Wilson to .The caravan will, leave.. Bubba's'. tegtbeaerBaoiL* ..fv'i11 1--' SAY YOU:.AW'TT-IN ,

'" ''i minister and ,.T. A, Jackson f "' reI Coffee, Shop at 330 a. m., Anyone The,Rev. T..R. Griffin is mod .World's' Leading Bra"iof. Evaporated Milk* .i.
porter.... ............-,.......--- .. I degjriflg may 'loin': the...caravan.: erator....-.- .-.-. -----....- THE ar FLORIDA,.- ...-....- ..STAR .::! ; .--ea- 11.. ...-,.;.. ._w ....... 41f1.N+'NM'1..'M_ ._-!r-.1w- + r. '"

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f BEGINS DRIVEThe : ;Mr. < & Mrs. ColoredJacksonville. ,

financial drive of the Jack.
sonville Urban League ,is well on ? Vic- 1 ;
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Its way... The .
goal for the drive : 91 ..

Is set for 315000. At the second .. \ .

report. meeting held on Wednesday : ..' : Whes 4=> Will YOK Spend That '. --'_ ': ,

November 13 Hon.1 ,
1957, the

t orary Chairman, Dr. James H.J ,, -
I 'r y is b'w '
Lewis, and the Overall Chairman,) .. ft -. A 'Ioooooooo. ... >: :::

Mrs. Ella L. Jones, expressed optlmism .Y' : 2 % J ,
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in response to the various

committee reports. I ( .._.: .
o net'eell Now Ant Christmas; ?
f It Is believed that the Jackson-

vile Urban League financial drive I .
has the possibility of being a 4'! f e ,0 0 0 0 e i .

great success Many of our local!
TIlE QUEENS AND THREE-All smiles are Miss Joyce Elmore, third from left, "Miss CapitalClassic"
organizations and Institutionssuch .1 NEE. BIOUE1IOU! FUnNISnIN( ? .
+ for 1957, and Misses Barbara Mitchell, left, and Helen Coble, right, who were runners-up.
as churches labor
I The beautiful young women were awarded trophies by The Coco-Cola Company at half-time of the

social clubs schools and others Capital C1a.1i8tC' Washington, D. C., last week. Standing in on ceremony are Horace Cocroft, Every Store Claims To Have the "Best Bargains"
have their full tothe
pledged support
Washington Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Boss ,II. Kendrix and Otis X. Thompson, Jr., The Moss IL
Hendrix Organization, public relations representatives for the Coca-Cola Industry. Morgan State
The financial committee that is
College defeated West Virginia State College 839! In* the 16th ,annual classic event.
working tohelp make this drivea
success is: Mrs, L E. Williams, .

Ulysses Glover, Dr. E. W. Thompson TO PREACH, SUNDAYAT AT EMANUEL BAPTIST I \ A. ZLt

Mrs. Evelyn Hillman, Mrs. GRANT AMEThe Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist J

Evelyn Cummings, Dr. J, IrvingE. OBSERVE Church will sponsor a guest tea i t'
Scott, Mrs.' Sarah 'Rice, Mr. Rev. Frank J. Jones, pre I : j
Nov 17 3 to 5 i p. m. in the din
CCheater Cowart Mrs. Lucille H. siding elder' of the South Jacksonville
ning room of 'the church. A '
Holmes Mrs. Sophie Starkes, Mrs. ANNIVERSARYMrs. District, AME, Church wilTbe presented with local I ik I l i : l it i{ < _
Lillian Small, Mrs. Edna Lewis will preach the sermons Sundayat
artists of the
city appearing. a..
Mrs. AlbertaFrazier 11 a. m. and 6:45: p. m. In '
Mrs. L.
F. Chrispin Gussie Paige will celebrateher Grant Memorial AME Church. Choir 3 met in its business
Mr. Esau Butler, Mrs. i
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 pra.i
21st anniversary Monday\ The Rev. 'I. D. Hinson pastor
Helen Toney, Mrs. James Kirby, '
in the home of Mrs,Virginia Bar.!
night Dec. 2 at the ML\. Calvary announced that because of thepreio
Reverend Isadire Edwards Mrs. low, 724 Court,.D. Choirs 1 and 2
Church which is Women's Day celebration .. L Lr
Elvira Brown Mr. J. E. Whittington Baptist "place will meet for Joint rehearsal at 8
the Rev. Mr Jones did not (
r Mr. Isadore Singleton of initial -
; her appearance as a pni. .1' Sg
complete his quarter and will | '
Bishop S. L. Green Reverends A.
1 gospel. sing r. it Monthly conference.was. held
J. Hughes, Wilbert B. Miller Miss Since the beginning of her career complete Sunday.TABERNACLE Thursday at 8 p. m.. with the Rev.S. .

Virginia Olges Mr. Samuel Har. L, Badger and officers in''

per, Mr., James Hawkins, Mrs. as a gospel singer Mrs. CHOIR charge. t

Saramae Richardson Mr. Irving Paige has appeared on many of Choir 4 will meet for rehearsal

Rev. L. W. Howard. Mrs. Hattie the major programs in and out of SLATES ,OBSERVANCEOF Saturday at 4:30 pjn. District 8 !

1.. James Mrs. Nettye Leaphearrt. rendered many recitals which ANNIVERSARY will serve dinners all (day Sundayin I

The Jacksonville Urban Lea- were largely attended ,and favora. The Junior Choir of Tabernacle the dining room.

gue's program prospectus f o r1958Fwt11 Baptist Church will observe its Holy Communion rites will be
'the state' of Florida She has
emphasize specific proJects anniversary Nov 17 at 3 'p. m., in f conducted 'Sunday "beginning at

in the areas of vocational bly accepted'by the public. the church auditorium.The 2:30: p.m. with the deacons in
guidance. for our youth industrial Serving as mistress of ceremonies Rev. C. J. Crosby will be charge of devotions.. Music will <

':relations and employment for the occasion. will be the speaker for the occasion and be furnished by the combined

recreation, health and child wel. will his choirs throughout the day.
Mrs. Elizabeth Rich Perry, anyother be accompanied by junior
fare > and housing conservation. All ,
choirs of the
I well known citizen and an choir city
There is much to be done In have been invited to' attend.ANNIVERSARY At The Strand Theatre. .

these areas for community- active worker in civic, religiousand -- ....." .,.._----,
provement.It fraternal worker. The serviceof r .. .
4k.k. Need CLOTHING For
,is urged by the drive committee Mrs. Perry has been soughtfor EVENTAT ;

that when the volunteer by many organizations and .' C :. .'.
solicitors of the drive approachyou church bodies here in.the city. Family
Usher Board No. 1,of the Little
please give to maintain & The gathering at the ceremonies Rock Baptist Church celebrated '\;. 1-,;_' '

worthwhile organization that is will be graced with the < ,. ,. ,
their 28th anniversary last ': I.
urgently needed In the Jackson. presence of the accompanist who ti i. ; : '" }, .-
Wednesday night November to
ville.community. was at the Instrument at her .
at 8 ,p.m. in the Church audi '- ; -
Contributions also maybe mail first recital. The name of the accompanist r.t f".- ,-

ed .directly to the Jacksonville Is being with held-and torium.Rev. Charles 'Crosby delivered F ".-' ." ,, .
Urban League's office, 109 East anyone guessing the name of the
the address. Usher Board 1 of
Union Street Room No. 1. initial accompanist will be 'presented the Mt. Baptist Church You'll Have A Time Deciding' Where To. Buy .
Calvary .
with The t' .
a gife. first per. \ $"" 'P'I I
Z and Usher Board 1 ,of the Second x. :
son who will mail In the name of

: 'MIDWAY AME CHOIR the person will be the winner. Baptist Mrs. Church Rudolph served.Johnson 'Is the : ,. .:,. .V'(.F er-o.::...'.1.,t,.t:.:.t.:''<<',:f,- --''; .,'o/'>,-'';,..,tr..,,';>.-Ll." -'';:. L.7'J .
Mail a post card with the name
SPONSORS BANQUETChoir president and Rev. W. C. Mitchell __ 'U':4
of the. accompanist who playedfor "
3 of AME Church is the pastor.EVENTS .- ;'- ;.
Mrs. Paige at the beginningof .. ...'.. ,, "" "" 'i ., I '. b t.
will sponsor a banquet Sunday at ?, -_ c''','' 11"!'. -.'
her gospel singing career to "'
7:30 m. at the church parson. ... .
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C, Parham !Johnson 1431 Madison t
age, 1462 Van Buren St., Cary Grant, Sophia Loren ,'. } '. .
i Serving as toastmaster will be I Street, Jacksonville, Florida. JUNIOR WOMEN (above) and Frank. Sinatra star +t_,

Ken local radio -I The members, of Mt. ,Calvary are November activities planned by in the new tremendous spectacle .. ,. 11-:' .. .l
Knight, announcer. ,. ,
He will be introduced by Par.' eliminated. the, Junior Women's Missionary action drama, ."PRIDE AND PASSION c ",- :' 1'f: .,..,,,, .-,ill'..' ".)-.Ii",".;A' '; ;I!, '1"I:.' .' ': "ioJ. '

ris Calhoun supervisor of the Society of the Second Baptist ," in technicolor, showing I 3y:

Boys' Parental Home: 'Church are announced as follows: Sunday through Saturday Nov.
MATRON'S COUNCIL 17-23, at the Strand. Cofeatureis
Preceding the banquet a musical .Monday.November 18, Pre-

program will be presented. PLANS. TEA SUNDAYAT ThanksgivjLng'' Program. The mu- MOM'S,new hit'rms COULDBE '

by Miss Jeanette Beaton. sic and program .committee will THE NIGHT/: starring,Paul
MASONIC TEMPLE Douglas and Jean Simmons the
The program:. Instrumental solos have charge. Officers will make as

Misses Ardine Wilson, Mary A calendarand spiritual tea annual reports and the election school teacher' who gets Involved

Gresham, Agatha Roberts, and will ',be held Sunday, November will alsa beheld' with Deacon L. with night club gangsters. Program -

Willie Benton. Vocal solos, Walter 17, on. the fifth floor In the Ma- C. is for benefit of St. Philips Shopping For I "";. \J''
.Church.STOP. .
sonic 410 Broad presiding.ThursdayNovember21 _
Jackson, Joseph Johnson. ; Temple Building, a joint

poem'Miss. ,Sharon. Ellis.: Street, under sponsorship of the
presentation,, of ,a spiritual .supper DOUSE OLDAPPLIANCES I
""The-Rev.,'L. Holmes' Is pastor 'Matrons Council of Heroines of .
will be held in' the church base

of.the church with president Mrs. 'A,the D. Jerica- Courts" .,,,,,"-ft' J:; .,._ ', j ; 'menVMrs' Lena' George its general ? _

Wells serving as .. of': Matrons: ore "contesting, among 'chairman. -' _
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choir. themselves for the, beautiful
Monday, November, the finalin _
table and attendance .of
largest, ,
a ,series of monthly panel discussions TOOTHACHE
friends. .. ..
will be held with Mrs.
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1d dim 'Maggie .Rodgers will be Ruth, Bryant and Miss Esther : 1 -
"IN, EVERY guest' speaker. Jame in charge. The social hour There 'Are A ThousandI

...." The public is invited to at will also be held. Mrs. Tasker
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Saturday.. November 19. 1957

I :=:News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida ..I"3 I

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lahassee; Ellene T. Moss,. Miami;


Tallahassee; Jettie D. Newkirk

HONOR ROLLTALLAHASSEEElevtn Gainesville; Carrie F. Patterson,
Lakeland; Hallowed B. Pinkney, 7 a R

-i FlorL Palatka; Sylvia Pope Sanford; MONDAY.huIDAY SCHEDULE'
1.006:03 Sign On
da Aand M University students Ida Reveire, Tallahassee; NancyE. Ctt7:00 1:0- CttS News Heaven's tc Road Weather(Deacon An appreciation luncheon for executives of the Miami

earned. "straight A", or four-point Russell. West Palm Beach; Grace) area of the media of mass communications will be held at the
!:to- 7:03 News tt Weather
}averages for the spring semester Shirley Saunders Miami; Wesley J-t3- 8.00 Morning Capers (Bob McAllister Hotel here in Miami, December 2, 1957. The dinner will
Sheffield Izola M. Hudson) be sponsored: by the Orange Blossom Classic and Festival Committee.
jof the 56-57 school year according ; ';40- S.-OJ>> News & Weather '
Quincy; HUman S. Sorey, Bas !:.3. 9:00 Moraine Capers (Bob' Sponsor of the fete is ,the i
Registrar E. :M. Thorpe. Hudson)
coin; Oliver S. Spicer, Miami; Orange Blossom Classic and Fes.I
One hundred and stu- I.009.03 News & Weather
t thirty-eight Freddie L. Stebbins, Arcadia; 9-03-10.00 Jurnpin Show (Johnny oval Committee which is com! DR. G. T. WIGGINS .
dents Shaw)
the honor
roll for
John Sweeting Miami; Marion N. eyneedYOU! 10-00-10.03: News & Weather posed of citizens of the state of I

'. the semester, Thorpe said. Wiggins Tallahassee; and Roy .10.03-11-90 Gospel Grace)Train No. 1 -(Deacon Florida. Miami, and officials of

Earning four-point honors were Young Anderson Indiana. 11-06-11:03 News Weather Florida A and M University. The I GUEST SPEAKER
11.03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
"t h e following ,students: Harold Willie E. Allen, Sanford; Willie .a. ,. \ Grace) affair will be one of the numerous

Barge Pensacola; James Davis, M. Ash, Oviedo; Ronald Bai 12:00-12:03 Local Daniels News) Yvonne activities to be staged here

"Apopka; Ruby Mims, Fort Mers; ley; Ft. Pierce; Helen Baker Fer-'I 12:15l.OO 05-12:15 Job Noontime Mart Tnnetlme(Yvonne Daniels) in connection with the celebrationof AT B-C COLLEGE

Nathaniel Pilate Mims; Willie nadina; Gloria G. Barr Ft. Lau II .. (Yvonne Daniels) the Twenty Fifth Anniversaryof
I .4. 31 1:001:03 News & Weather _
Singleton' New York, New York; derdale; Leonard C. Bowie Big \ 1:052:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon the Orange Blossom Classic, .
Lindsay B. Summerwell, Marl Sandy Texas; Joy Frances Bradley 2.002:03 News Grace)& Weather the sixth ranked bowl in the na Dr. G. T. Wiggins

anna; Alfred Lang Tampa ; Lake Helen; Ethel Brown 2.033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon tion. Dr. G. Wiggins, President of

Richard. Marshburn River Junction -Jacksonville; Joan Brown, West : 3-00- 3.03 News Grace)&. Weather Committee members planning to Washington Junior College of

; ..,Agnes Phillips Quincy; and Palm Beach; Hattie Byrd, Ft 3:03* tOO ampin Shaw) Show (Johnny attend the luncheon are: Gover. Pensacola, Florida, was the guest

Ira Robinson, Webster. Pierce; Addison Carey, Jr., Cres 4.004.03 News & Weather nor LeRoy Collins. Karl Bishopric.
Other students making the cent City; Norman Carey, Miami, 033.00 ampin Shaw) Show (Johnny Rev. J. B. Blacknell, Luther L. speaker on Friday, November 15,

Ethel Edmonds, Tampa; Gerral- -- ii Dii: \\\ r 5:00s:03 News & Weather Brooks. Everett L. Butler, Father at 10:45: A. M. at Bethune-Cook.
honor roll were: Glorida Blue, 5:03SU Jumpln Show Johnny
dine Floyd Tallahassee; Marlene I Shaw) John E. Culmer, John H. Davis man College where observance of

:Jacksonville; James A. Blair, Gray New Smyrna; Wallis J r. r.. r :006.02 SATURDAY Sip On SCHEDULE Dr. Ira P. Davis David H. Dobbs, American Education Week was

Maryville. Tennessee; Paul C. Hamm, West Palm Beach; Sylvia ; _4-/P;,. tc: ; 6.02605 6.057:60: News Heaven's& Weather Road Dr. William P. Foster, A. S.

Buie West Palm Beach; EvelynL. Hammond, St. Augustine; Lutrell 7:0003. News & Weather "Jake" Gaither, Dr. H. D. Goode, held.Dr.. Wiggins is a native of

Bullocks, Lake City; Lonnie C. Hilton, Port St. Joe; Edith Hud. 7:03 8:00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob Dr. George W. Gore Jr., Andy Florida, has served. as Dean of

,Coleman, Miami; Rena M. Con- son, Lloyd; Freeman Irvine, Jr., 8:00803 News & Weather Gustafson Charles Hadley, Dr.
8:039:00 !
Morning Capers (Bob
s the Teacher Education and Director
yer Daytona Beach; Eugene R. Madison; Mark, Ivey Ocjala; Gonzales Hudson) Godfrey W. Hawkins, W. C. Her.
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November 16. 1957 THE FLORIDA STAR 4 Pa1re'SeftD

I Co-Champions; To Battle For City Championship; I




sporting world has been
C. PARHAM JOHNSON wondering for some time what be-
Jacksonville Is buzzing with talk about the East-West Classic, 4 came of Max Schmeling since he

1 'the annual game played between two of the top high school 'teanffii finished his fighting career. The

i In the state. With the vast amount of interest ,that. Is always shown BEACH-The 19th President German former .heavyweight boxer -

by the citizenry In the Fighting Panthers of Matthew W. Gilbert ended his World War H para.
"Tilt of the Maroon and Gold" is J. R. E. Lee, Jr., the founder .
t' and the Blue Drills of New Stanton IDgh School It is almost a scheduled to be played in Bryant of the Orange Blossom Classic .trooping and .went into the mink

that the Gator Bowl will be filled'with ) raising business near Hamberg,
certainty larg rooting Stadium Lakeland
se Saturday, be- 25 years ago, will be honored
sections for both schools ,4- Germany.
t tween the Bethune-Cookman Col. with a testimonial, Friday, Dec.
Thursday night, Nov. 28, Stan. Schmeling said he has been
lege Wildcats and the Xavier University 13 in the Miami Beach Auditorium -
ton, and Gilbert wil Igo on the fight to the'fi.niM. by two superior Gold Rush. Ror the first having a lot of trouble with Jet .

field to play their hardest gameof teams. \ time this season, Coach Bunky planes frightening his mink. He
G. W. of the FloridaA
the year. Both teams will be Matthew Gilbert will be depending Matthews expects to field a teamat Conoly said he has been losing money
and M General Alumni Association
battling for city supremacy. The very heavily on such vo b A ..i..r. I full strength. heavily because the. roar of the .

roaring Panthers of Matthew W. stellar performers as Arthur twpJ Coach Matthews has; announced is working tirelessly to make engines has caused so many prematurely
the $10 affair historical
a plate
Gilbert will be fighting to the Sampson, Booker Peek Oliver that Earl Sykes, speedy' right a born mink. .
venture. It will celebrities
championship which they hold Joyce, Julius Mack and the entire halfback from Plant City who : sport The German former title holderis
from all over the nation.
with the Blue Devils of Stanton, Gilbert team. The members of has been out since the Morris remembered for many of his

and the Blue Davis will be out the .team have been doing a great Brown game, is expected to be in The dream of Mr. Lee has fights in this country, but the

there fighting to become the sole job throughout the season and shape for limited action. grown into the nation's Negro most noted one and the longestto

barring accidents they win be Captain Rufus "Ghost" Adams, sports promotion, served for seve be remembered is the second
the title. It will be a
of -4#
owners at full strength for the Stanton who has appeared in only three ral years as the business manager fight he had with former chapionJoe

game. games this season ,and has-been of Florida A and M.. Duringthe Louis.

The strong Stanton team composed sidelined since the Morris Brown 25-years of the Orange Blos-

75-05-27 of players who have car. A MAfF game with a fractured ankle, is som Classic, the game has been
tied the Blue Devils to tiers, campus queens and others
an un. in Jacksonville Orlando
played ,
scheduled to start at left half. ,
4k j' who have helped to make the
354-29-225' defeated 'It Is difficult
season. a
Coach Matthews said that he will Tampa and Miami The Classic
task to pick out any particularstar not take the risk of playiilg'theWildcat reached its height in Miami. Orange Blossom Classic the top

Watch This Gown of the team. The brunt of captain until it has been Through the years, Mr. Lee coupDuring .

the burden wjll rest on such performers fully established that he can do worked side by side with the various -
9 as. Billy Matthews, Jack the halftime the nightof
3 -- ---- ------------ so without incurring further'dam. coaches that included Ted

Dorsey, Eugene Glover, Bernard INVITED: TO TESTDONIAIke 'Burroughs, a" former A. Wright, Sr., who Is now at the game, Mr. Lee will be presented

,'.. 0 8 Carnes, Harold Dennis and Porter Florida A and M Star shown In the picture is, among the for. age.Charlie Newbolds, senior end, Savannah State; J. B. Bragg, for. a Buick in a one-minute

M mer Florida Rattlers who will be expected to attend the testimonial mer athletic director at FAMU; ceremony.
who has been on the sideline witha
.;":3 .. 8 Head Coaches James Small and that will be given Vice President J. R. E., Lee, Jr., in fractured ankle went throughhis Bill Bell, now at North CarolinaA Since, being elevated to the

Earl Kitchings with their assistants Miami, Dec. 13. Burrows can be remembered as one of the finese paces during the week to test and T and now for thirteen vice presidency, Mr. Lee's in.

1 : :46-38-47 are mapping strategy to players ever developed,at the school. on the hills of Tallahassee. himself to see if he could be put years with Jake Gaither. terest is Just as high now In the

I 525-,66-865 throw at each- other for their Invitations are being extended to former Rattlers. Zeke; will into service without pain. He is Invitations have been extendedto classic as it was when he was
meet of his former teammates and ,friends who will be I
many ,
biggest game of the !season. Jacksonville scheduled to take the field in former coaches, former Rat- business manager.
Sometimes he's op In Miami for the Orange Blossom Classic.SPORTING .
; will be at the Gator
Sometimes he's down
He adds, subtracts Bowl In full to witness one of Jesse Patterson, another senio: -'FOOTBALLSCHEDULES-;.

He works It all around the top.games of the season. 'who has been out of action with I

November 23 a broken nose to be all -
For appears ( ( 1 LOCAL SCHOOLS
SAY YOU SAW IT IT UPBy set to take an active. part In the BSWITEHHH: :\" . .
,17-50-12 .
IN THEFLORIDA "Tilt of the Maroon: and Gold."
Edward Waters New Stanton
STAB David Rountree, freshman cen .5. HighS
0. PARHAM JOHNSON ter appeared definitely ready to
Nov. 16-Friendship.. 11 e g e
with other members of Nov. 15-Center High, Way.

Going Places !! JOE. BROWN will defend his solve the problems, all of that the squad who have had minor'In- ,Nov. 23-Daniel Payne (H). cross (H). .

titlele against Joey Lopes in the bally.hoo would 'soon die for the Juries. On the basis of these reports tGilbert Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H). !

I Chicago Stadium, Dec. 4, Truman want of attention. The only professlijfia Coach Matthews feels sure .
/ that he will enter the 'Tilt' at High
Gibson announced. When the two } football team that a Anderson
.$; fighters met In August, they southerner can play on is the full playing strength. Nov. 8-Panama City (H). .

fought,to a draw. T Nov. 8-Bunnell (T).
; Washington Redskins,' but even Nov. 15-BTW. Pensacola ( )
k; ROY CALHOUN will meet Bob. ,then he has to play against teams Nov 28-New Stanton (H). Nov. 15-Open.

f y.. by Boyd in Madison Spuare Gar with Negro players. The players SIFFORD WINS Nov. 22-Open. ., ',

a2Y S ,y I den Nov. 22. At present Calhounis themselves don't seem to have FIRST TAN STAR D. C. Vocational HighNov. Nov. 28-peck High, Feman. '

.y. rated No. 1 contender for the any gripes. ':.. ... ........ : dina T "<
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TO WIN IN OPEN 23-Gilbert ( ). ( )
I middleweight crown. Boyd'Is one HEAVYWEIGHT BOXER BOB

of the scrappiest fighters among SATTERFIELD xf Chicago, and Charlie Sif f ord, nationally I SIAC SCHEDULE, .
--- -- ---- --
e the mlddlewelghts. It Is believe< Howard King of Reno, Nev., were known tan golf?r who is quite to his a FLORIDA A & 31 UNIVERSITY: FORT VALLEY ST. gOLLEGE-;
favorite In Jacksonville
Eif. by many that the bout will be a .signed recently to fight a 10- here became Nov. ,16-Allen U. (T). Nov. 16-Knoxville, (There)
many appearances ''
: tough battle. round main event at Oakland, the first tan golfer to win a "big Nov.' 23-Southern U. (H). Nov. 28-Albany. ;
t. FRANK, ROBINSON sensational Calif., Nov. 21. time" open golf championship last Dec. 14-O.B. Classic (Miami). KNOXVILLE COLLEGE '*'**

,outfielder: rof- the' Cincinnati BOB BAKER the ,heavyweightbatUer Eric
defeated .
Sunday, when .he Nov. 16 Port Knoxville.--
'Redlegs was" chosen the from Pittsburgh has sign.
;. 1 Mont of Los Angeles. The championship BETITGNE-COOKMAN Nov. -Ala. ''A&M Normal;Ala
outstanding sophomore: 'ot'::1957. ed to meet Dick, Richardson, the matches were held in Nov.,16-Xavier.Tilt of Maroon .

The' 22 -Y earl. outfielder 0 hit Welsh heavyweight who was defeated Long Beach, Calif. & Gold (Lakeland).' LANE COLLEGE "1 ./'*.,
Nov. Phflander-Smlth CollegeJackson
an. amazing -.322-,1: a 8 t .. season. by Willie Pastrano, just The Philadelphia star got $1,700 Nov. '28-:-AUen U. (Homecoming Tenn.MOREIIOUSE '

4 4.i When Fr nk' wins! the Senior and two weeks' ago. Promoter Jack for his efforts. Monti's total was )- (H). .

'Junior': loop Ues.'hC! will have Solomons said the two will meeta 68-68-67, while SWord had 69- COLLEGE

covered, the.circuits. t London's Harringay Arena 70-64.' Sifford is four tunes National Nov. 16-Howard. Washington,
Dec 10. The fight could :easily Negro Open champ.
THE GRAPVINE is wandering ; Nov. -Knoxville, Normal, .Ala. Nov 23-Fisk, Nashville, Tenn.,
the for rematch between >-
pave 'way a :
whether not umpire Emmett
tf Ashford the tan. umpire of Nov. 16-Fisk U. Nashville.
,;t.I Baker, the ,man, who planned to ; Nov. 16-9. C. State, OrangeburgNov.
the Pacific Coast League will be Nov. 28-Tuskegee Inst. ,Mont. 23-Open.
retire from'thering.not long season, They have lost three
signed ,to a' National League con. very Nov. 28-Clark College Atlanta..
t and then changed his mind games up to'this point and with ALLEN UNIVERSITY
ago Thanksgiving Classic)
tract. Out on the Pacific Coast, ;
1f will attempt to stage comeback the top heavy schedule they have Nov. 28-Bethune-Cookman, Day.
Ashford created puRe a bit of Nov. 16-Fla. A&M ColumbIa.
In'' the heavyweight division. they stand a fairly good chanceof I SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
Interest and "admiration tona Beach Fla.
1 more. I
1t 1t the fans, players, managers aDd JIM BROWN, the great an. RALPII losng DUPAS the New Or. :BENEDICT, COLLEGE Nov. 16-Morris '''Brown, Orange.

t top brass.., ,.. .... .. ...... around athletic" from Syracuse burg, S. C. ,(Homecoming) v
Nov. 16 Miles
leans La. box- Memorial BIr.
light heavyweight
University !s certainly leg up Nov. 28-Benedict College, Columbia .
has at last convinced the
to advance,.,notices about his er Nov. 23-Bishop College, Colum. S. C.TUSHEGEE'INSTITDTE.
,, professional football circles
v-' : t Louisiana law through the courts .
TJBJ WTOt rUSC ft CWVtD TO FIT YOU HOSklW: SS Jtttf PHtt TO& continues to the greatness with the Cleveland. I his, a a
COSTS RO DTEA MO COMB WITH GOlD I XCgt W.Slimjrim ; hinge on. same Browns. Prown la setting a ter 'that he Is a white man Instead Nov. 28-8.. C. State, Columbia : : :
thing; and that la, Ollle Matson Is of a Negro which gives him a (Homecoming).
,' the back In professional rUle pace pac among pro backsin Nov; 16-Dfflard U., New Meant
.' speediest chance to box in New Orleans
footballIt' has been ,said, that ground gaining scoring. Jim .. COLLEGE Nov. 28-Ala. State, Montgomery
and Handsome1t's!! the I is credited with keeping the anywhere else In Louisiana As Nov. 16-Savannah St., Atlanta
the Chicago Cardinal star is really -
to Nov.28rr1I Brown Atlanta.
Browns on top of the Eastern dU long as it was a question as XA VIm
the best football player in the_
vision of the. National Football whether he was Negro or whit FISK? UNIVERSITY Nov. 16-Bethtme Cookman Daytona .
whIch- ,
game to day. They say I
League The, Cleveland 'coach Is he was barred from acceptingfights Nov. 16-Ala. State. Montgomery Beach Pla.
Old Tavern ever way Matson goes, so go with other white boxen.H Nov. 23-Morehouse. Nashville. J .
Kentucky the cardinals.JOHNNY named Brown, the.. team. I* the taD, in Nov. 28-Dfflard, New Orleans.
can't fighter
'. Browns and now that Jim is fight ,
RIDDLE, the recently Louisiana, but if he remains the
there, it is a natural Brjown com
released coach of the Milwaukee bination. third ranking light heavyweight ,
Pocket Braves has been signed he is surely bound to fight them
Flasksrnattway ..BIG DON NEWCOMBE. the
: by the Cincinnati Redlegs. Rid- because the title does not belongto
Dodgers pitcher .is the center of
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dle a former Redleg will replace Louisiana, Louisiana can pro.
discussion these days. It has been
Frank McCormick who was I ted him from meeting th* tan
:: to have this fine Bourbon forced to retire because of an said that when the Dodgers get fighters there but he Is going to i iI iJ it

a alwayson old back injury that started givIng set up In California Newcombe leave his own back yard, and the CULTURES:STRAIGHTENSguRayRobinii

trouble again. McCormick is will not be a part of the team. world will not ask whether he

also a former Redleg player. The Cincinnati Redlegs has "said Is white or black, but can you t !"9
hand. I
Every drop more times than one that if he )
Is traded by the ,Dodgers to the
t' "V *
PROBLEM in the field of athletics FOOTBALL FANS In Jackson- *
Redlegs, he wfll quit baseball. The
jrnedioperfection7fullyears is all the ballyhoo that is Redlegs said Blg.,:Don '1s worth ville can get ready for the big .
raised In the southern education. next The big i
happenings year.
,' .t every bit of 300000.
al system'about mixed games, f. games won't be between New

: and just as soon asa player, whois HARRY CRAFT the new manager Stanton and :Matthew W. Gilbert
good enough or fortunate of the Kansas Athletics
City.' only but.there will be close competition -
enough to be signed by a professional old the press In his first press between Douglas Anderson .

football team, or baseball conference, that if the Yankees and the 45th Street school AHERlidp .

team, or basketball team where should want to get rid of Harry Jacksonville is headed for four

t I 1"w" nrU'U'r_BOJnm.II.I fI the big money is being paid an (Suitcase) Simpson he would be. senior high schools. '

MMpOFuurtatc the talk'about playing: In mixed delighted to have 'him" back tin: ..CHARLIE TRIPPI one of the ,
a warn c k
.. contests die so easily.: This' gives Kansas City. Simoson la quite a greatest athletes ever turned out ,

ttftYUCKT tTftU*9 OVMM MfftiCr F the thinking pubic a chance to favorite in Kansas City.* by an educational Institution wasa rat ex .eosJIEr; eeeeas

;" -...,, 'ea. ... believe that if the students were GRA14mI4NG COLLEGE, has graduate of the University of POOR fAYDRtR 6AA8fR S80t. i.

left alone.aad given ,a chance to :round-the going prettyroughthis teorgia.; tfnrf ttortr and e+utiftHc counltf

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WOMAN IS STABBED SOUTHERN_' LEADERSCONTINUED The'board of commissioners 'recently -<

NAACP STUDIES MOVIE INDUSTRY,STOPPING: A FIGHT. ( '!* SCLC" FROM will PAGE be estab-1) j jquartersfor rDIRECTOR,FOR I agreed to expand' the 1f ." ."'

f school for white girls on Its pres..
Alberta ;Richardson, 24. 129 lished 'in?Atlanta A Ga., :sometime Jin J f < 9_ '' _, w*;* **teat \
site In Ocala instead
POLICY ON NEGROES FILMS Ernest Street :was the stabbing December, 'nail.viii be staffed]! -.k
victim 6fV> brawl between her I by -an initial force of 'five an1 J iexecutive .', h rThe: body"'decided to e A., E P '

.,; sister And another w>man, Satur director two traveling MULLEDTALLAHASSEE pand the: school for Negro girls

NEW*YORK -:* Recommendations for policy statement jw dayr. No .X12, mien she attempted: assistants {field;'workers): an exe. I with the addition: of an Infirmary

participation, of Negroes 'in motion pictures, and*."e1eriS OO:. willbe ..to stop the fight., : : : cutivesecretary: :; :.nd two.' assistant Arthur G. and other: buildings I
made to the 'NAACP Board''of"Directors:'#Roy: Wilkins; executive Ida Mae Carter'21. '133 Ernest .secretaries..,' Dozier director of Florida child I

secretary,;aid Jut week following his return front..Hollywoodwherebe '. Street is)listed as,the suspect ins "Seventy-five leaders, from 40communities training schools said last Wed. I, .

held conferences with executives of the filet and. television. ;industry the case, Miss Rachardson: does JaN southern states nesday he was considering askingthe IF YOU

,and with Negro performers. C' not want-tb' prosecute her. will atterapftcr:raise* $200,000 for Board of Commissioners of I WANT OUT OF DEBT : "

At. a luncheon meeting in Patrolmen J, P. ,Branch and the first,ye ar's 'i, dget.'l State Institutions: to appoint a THE ANSWER IS AS NEAR
H. J. Johnson investigated Rev. Ktag abd f explained va. full-time head of.the Forest Hill 'to'
Hollywood under auspices of the I *' AS YOUR PHONE REGARDLESS -
!FAUBUS SAYS pious civic, reI1 gtc1JS; organizations School for negro girls near Ocala. \
Association of Motion PIcture OF HOW MUCH YOU
The be :
and trade: unions will be askedto new employe would : ,
Producers, %'. Wilkins told the contribute to a 'fund raising 'either superintendent of the OWE. OR WHAT YOUR
/We ..
Industry's top'erecutives that the HE MAY RUN campaign to* obtain, the firstyear's school or an administrative assistant ':. r:,
NAACP (1) does' not attempt to budget. Alyce '.
.1cPherson'l .
{ FOR PRESIDENTNEW It was, pointed out that SCLC head of both the
act "censor of Ifims or
would not be a membership organization girls in Ocala and the Forest Hillplant
television programs; ((2) reserve ArkansasGov. 10 miles Dozier said AFFORD. : (
ORLEANS but it would be set up away.
the right to criticize productionsdeemed Orval Faubus said last Monday Jacksonville Urban League similiarly to' the Southern Regional -' an additional administrator is Budget Counsellors iotuc

racially offensive; ((3); he' would "not rule out the Financial Drive is now In pro- Council with participating needed because of plans for ex- Of Jacksonville

makes no demand that for each possibility" of running for presi- gress. The response from the membership organizations. It will panding both schools. J 230 WEST FORSYTH S7

servant role that dent at the head of a states committees have been excellent.The be a service .agent to aid already Dozier had -considered the possibility EL 3-614&- A Uj .( Ui* ppci Gap tt .'
Negro in a another h
rights third party. drive will continue through existing organizations of appointing a man to If you are unable to come in, *s uUUuidlBC Joga
be cast in more 0.
a The governor Indicated possible November 30,. with a goal set for throughout the south. head the Forest Hill school but Mail- .enetn .ep fnlr rommnattr

favorable role; ((4) urges the residenial ambitions prior to ,addressing 15000. "We hope. to work with organ! Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin advised. Name, ... ...... .. ........... bins".,... .i. wlch t-h...

casting of Negro performers In a a Veterans' Day gathering The finalcial.drive. chairmanand nations: in getting voters regis- him last Wednesday that state Address ...*....... .. .... .. .

range of roles. representative of in New Orleans in which he committees are calling for t ered" law required the appointee to bea Phone No. !............... ,

the position of the Negro in asserted President Eisenhowerwas complete community to make this When a reporter asked Dr. woman. * *,

American life today; ((5) has one of the Army officers ,the sincere and moral help of the King the main purpose of theorganization

who used "bayonets on our fe}. drive a tremendous success.. The he said "to bring } iciC
never advocated a ban against the I
law citizens" during the famed honorary chairman Dr. James H. southern leaders together for Real Estate ,WHENEVER yOU.
use of Negroes in comic or serve veterans bonus march Washington mutual: anil"' to devise NEED
on Lewis and the overall drive chairman sharing tVr iCiC

ant roles but does object to restricting in 1932. Mrs. E, L. Jones, stated that ways for desegregation by unify $ LOANS $ '

them solely to such roles In an interview, Fa bus main. it; is hoped that reports from the mg strategy and to establish a

and to the perpetuation of the tained he" has been receiving various committee chairmen ,will nited voice for the 'south." $1,000 $%,000 $3,000t.Q90 (ff1REPAIR'SERVICE iC

stereotype of :the Negro as an "support from states all over the be made at the second report He pointed out that presently $ up to $25,000 -iCit

nation since the Little Rock meeting which will be held on fforts: for "the next several Payable $1.00 per mo..per bim- .

illiterate frightened buffoon. school Integration controversy Vednesday, .Nov. J.3 l at)5 pan. in Y ears" will be:' concentrated" onegistratlon dred on unpaid balance at 6%.'
Film Industry Behind Times erupted last September 'r ., .." education and Let us Help to
the Penthouse of the, Afro Building you complete Radio & Small Appliance
The motion picture industry, "Child of Circumstances"He a ction. clinics be set
Voting will house
your or refinance 38
101 East Union St. I
said has Call The Sen-ice Number
the NAACP spokesman E. BETIIEL
said; The chairmen and cochairmen uof p In .every possible\ .country. years ,in the same place. '
not kept abreast of the times "I have never: asked to become T Thousands will be taught to read, Call EL 6-0504 Matthew. Gilbert i
the divisional committees are; -
As ,a result, people abroad who what ,I am now, But sometimesyou write and how to, register! ," heredicted. -0- High School
view films have no Special Gifts, Mrs. L E. Williams. $3.50 Service Charge
Hollywood become a child of fortune or p J. Keep your eye on this ..iC
idea of the changing status of clrc mstance." James E.Whittington; Businesses The Civil Right Bill is mean. P. YOUNG Financing ArrangedFor lass. She Is the editor of

the Negro in American life. He Asked If this "support" contained Attorney E.; D. Jackson. Isadore igless unless we ;go out and Mr. Simmons orvMr. 'Walsh Large Jobs the newt column for thetc '
his to Singleton, Ulysses Glover; Church! -0-
challenged presentthe daily
likelihood lake 'of Main
the of his running use it Negroes must and Monroe papers fintlleaten.
true picture of America by for Bishop S. L. Green, Rev. A. J. ote because every Masonic TV SERVICE ant in the band it
president on a third v ..problem we 212 Temple BIdg. and vice
showing Negroes in the wide variety Hughes. Rev, W. B. Miller; Professions iC
party ticket, Faubus replied: f ace can be, in large'part, overcome Phone EL 64014 ENGINEERS president of the Student

of occupations they are -engaged '"I would not rule. ,out the. pos- 'Dr. E. W. Thompson by a ,short walk-a few EL 6-S91 1856> Evergreen Ave Council* She Is a memberof iC
in as policeman: physicians sibility. Mrs. Evelyn Hillman. Mrs. Evelyn s teps into 'the Ballot'-Box." the National Honor iC

,. motormen teachers, civil He said that if a third party Cummings; Schools, Dr. J. Irving Also during th$'new conference Society: tJOHNNY ic
servants taxicab drivers mem., E. Sc tt, Mrs. Sarah Rice, Chester that
were formed with him at the Dr, King revealed plans are
bers of the armed services, students head of, It, "it would( be based Cowart, Miss Virginia Olges eing' made te ,invite owners and : MAKING FLOORS BEAUTIFULIS t-+t.

sports figures artisans and not on the segregation-integration Mrs.: Saramae Richrdson: Labor ditors of, all 'Negro newspapers

many others. ,Seldom, he ,said issue, but ,on states' rights." Organizations Samuel Harper, snot some white"owners, and edi- r -

does one see Negro faces, even James Hawkins; Social and Civic t ors to a meeting to solicit their OUR BUSINESS

in crowd scenes in the movies. Mrs. Mary L.: Betsch, Mrs. -aid for "a good public relations iCiC
The' dilemma in which American JAMES W. JOHNSON ClNettye
Leapheart; Lodges j ob" 'on this project

representatives abroad found TO SPONSOR MUSIC Irving Rev, L. W. Howard Mrs. "The meeting will likely'be heldn ALWAYS iC
themselves when the Little Rock
Hattie I. James; Neighborhoods i Atlanta because it. is centrally

crisis- broke- might, have-- been- PROGRAM MONDAYA Mrs. Lucille H. Holmes :Mrs. 1 ocated" he explained. Floors Sanding and Refinishing of Hardwood ." ,
eased somewhat had the
peopleof iC
musical program will be pre Sophie Starkes, Mrs. Lillian Small
those countries been Informed 1 Floors. YES We Clean Tile Too!
sented in the auditorium of James Mrs. Edna Lewis. Mrs. F. L. ,

of recent progress made in race Weldon Johnson: ,Junior: High Chrispin, Miss Alberta B. Frazier HOMES AND OFFICESNORMAN'S
relations in
this country, he said. CLASSIFIEDAPARTMENT
School f Monday at 8 p.m., fea- Esau Butler, Mrs. Helen Toney, iC
failing to give .a true repre-
turing Miss Padrica :Mendez cal. Mrs. Rev. Isadore EdwardsJr.
Kirby, C
sentation of the role, of Negroes FOR RENT FLOOR SURFACINGAND
oratura soprano and recent graduate ., Mrs. Elvira G. Brown., SAPP
this country, Mr. Wilkins de- Furnished *
of Bethune-Cookman apt. 1447 West 8th Matthew W. Gilbert
College, held
The annual meeting was
dared the film industry is passing the band and glee club of the. last week at the Laura Street Street. Phone EL 42945.ASTHMA. JANITORIAL SERVICES iC Another salute Is In
to rendera
an opportunity
iC order for
school. young sta. ,
real service to American de Presbyterian Church. The following 2571 Wisteria Street Phone PO 44180 dent who
The glee club is directed by persons and organizations, re- iC served as Junior
mocracy. FREE ESTIMATES Staff
Lillie Leader attthe Boy
Mrs. Belle Blackshear and ceived the Jacksonville Urban

the band by Ernest'fl. Wyatt. An League Citation: 'Dr. J. ,Irving E. Scout summer camp and

invitation has been extended to Scott The Afro American Life J If you choke cough fight for 'r was awarded the Eagle

MAN IS CAPTURED patrons and friends in the com- Insurance Company, Dr. James R. 1 breath gasp, wheeze, lose sleep Scout Badge. He is a

to attend the 1 because of bronchial asthma, no member of the newspaper
munity Schell
program. Henderson.. Dr. W. W. ,
FOR BREAKING AND J matter what have tried before staff and the Glee Club.
..Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist Brotherhood of Sleeping Car PoreJ you f

Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist tens, Second Baptist Church, The j GET EFFECTIVE FAST VVVV.VYVVVVBE'lTY ,
Church will sponsor' 'a- guest tea Citizens Community Council, Club
BACK.with. NEW clinically
ST. AUGUSTINE Louis T. Sunday from 4 to 6 pjn. in the Ambassadors., Flajax Club, Incorporated amazing
I tested PARASMA
Pinkney, 33, a shrimp boat work. dining room of the chur h. A pro. Dr. James H. Lewis L. on l\sl
1 tablets (follow the label avoid ex. 9
er of ,Brunswick, Georgia is be.' gram will be presented for the D. Ervin, James E. Whittington,
cessive use). Get PARASMA TO. ,
big held by St. Augustine police i occasion featuring local artists. Dr. Jean C. Downing, Police }, ry
DAY, ONLY |I, at your drugist. 0., vfry liberal Each BCCOBB I IInsured iseeretsgs
on charges of breaking and entering District 3 will meet Sunday at Benevolent Society.For CURRENT RATE
ori compcoidtd 1 eo H : : .,.
seven home during 1. the ''p'utj 4 jxm. in the 'home ,of ,Mr. and any further information regarding S I .1.I $10,000 by the

week/ 1 Mrs. Willie Williams, 270 Wade 'contributions or pledges AT BARGAIN FRIGES AjtBoatly OB Sav 11 /2(tf.11 FeMel. 5"la12

Det. Sgt. E. J. Ervin said police! Drive;. District 6' win meet at 3 toward the drive please call the lags In this Ano 3 and Lees la..,. :.7'

had conducted an around the, p.m. in the home. of Mrs. Etta Urban League's office;EL 642923. WALLPAPER data which U eau C..ntloa '

clock watch for three days and Johnson, 252 Goodwin St. District Contributions may be'maUed 'to chartered ptrvistd by sad the f.- OF DIVIDEND authorised_ by .. JEAN

Pinkney was finally .captured i 8 will meet at 3 pjn. in the homeof the Jacksonville Urban League 'ALSO'-' U.S. GovcnuntBt. act .aINH.

Monday Nov: 11, after' Police Lt Mrs. Julia Nash, 376' Chelsa 109 East Union St., Room 1. ANDERSONBarnes
Bill.Young shot'him in the ankle PAINTMETROPOLITAN Weldon ;Johnson
st.. District 13:will:meet at 4 p.m.in .
when: lie refused to halt when This young lady Is ont '
,the home xxf Mr.-and Mrs. William
told.: ; of Southslde youngsterswho iC
by police '
Pinkney was seen at a house Armstead. 1571.'W.; 27th' St. NEWS BRIEFSLITTLE iry IIHIuviami : Is working to builda ./iC
District 15 will ,meet at pjn. in PAPER STORE
in* the southern section of the I \ *ntinfii ii better community. She iC
nan / >
the basement of the church District II W. ,Church Elgin 84)628)
city by officers''assigned to the : ROCK; ARK.-A slate is a member of the In-
/ )
W// '
17 will meet at,3 In the ; ;- (( v ; iC
manhunt by Sheriff 1... 0. Davis pan :of candidates who did not play off ,. Strfr-f Tlnuu III. r-*>'* I, tramnral Activity group,
Jr..,.He was: again seen at a home of Mrs. 'Gussie_ Cooks,199 8 the racial, issue captured six out i secretary of Modern ..

window with .his shoes in, his McQuade SL. ."4 lOf seven.Little Rock city director Dance Club, and member :

hand. 'The City Wide,Deaconess',Union positions over segregationist op-. Learn Art of the, Student CounciL: .;

Officers said they followed; the :will meet Sundajr at .the .churchat ponents. ,
3 Choir and Usher Board : -:;,; :-:- -:- ;
description of the man given them, ; pjiij The winning slate.was backedby

by different women' of ,the city. -2 will .serve. j the:Good Government Commit both..Fine and Commercial SEAFOOD Center *", ', ..'. t. 'J 1->

The.docks-were... : !....under sun jCJ --2'- wm---jobserve;-_its. ....15th..- 1 tee: while:.,the losing .slate- which: "Highest. Level"of I The ,.:' Congratulations from' :"Pepsi. .
Cola these three! M
vemaifce du"-fr ig the.-"threeo'day anniversary Monday! at 8 pjn. in had only one winner was .backedby ,Art Taught Anywhere"VETERAN II : Award to wiimtrslListen rit

probe:,of the prowler's". I." ,actions..- the auditorium"of-i*the;:church. I the! ,Capital Citizens Council. APPROVED CORNEITMYRTLEAVENUE AND ADAMS .s,( to Pepsi Merit

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