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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 23, 1957
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Frequency:
weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 23, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00350

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Preceded by:
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BAZAAR SPONSORS Members of the Bishop Delaney Guild,can organization composed of
Jacksonville ladies who are members of. St. Philips Episcopal Church 'axe seen beaming over the AS TROOPS' WITHDRAWAL HEARS.

I success of the recent Annual Bazaar held at the* ,Wilder, Park Recreation-Center. From' left are Mrs. FOR YOUTH I.IN. ROBBERY CASE
;Bussell/ .Robinson; Mrs F. 'McF Johnson Miss Lucille 6lymp, Mrs. LITTLEROCK" Ark With the announcement that federal
,J, E. .'Doddle and.. Mrs.. ,A. R. Brooks.
troops
t': :*"' By .Staff CorrespondeatMABIANNA .. wffl be Withdrawn from Central High School 'federal ageata
have .be*; alerted for renewal of aatUategratton agitation in this ,
-ITlwe aeateachig of a 16.year.old Negro boy to
city .*** *. kM drawn world-wide attention to Its bigotry by Ito
I :r RACE life imprisonment:litr,a &6 robbery' has aroaased a wave sympathy ,
RELATIONS BOARD HEAD BUS SEAT CASE among white: and colored cMxeos,. many of whom are appeaHas to ,acts;ot vtoleoe-agalabt., nine 'Negro citizens seeking equal education.,
Nov. 26, Is the 'tentative 'date
the jadge to Jajecttte; ..spirit of bomaa kfaWhwn by reducing the
eoessively ItIff''PM t7; I set far the departure' of :troop;
OUTLINES PLANS OF COMMITrEE! WO GO TO DOCTOR ACESNEW'
The dnvicttag. ftO.**. however.. i ers of the 101st Airborne Division
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1 TALLAHASSEE Retired Circuit Judge L. ,L. Fabisinski the turned darn the", -
{ ; CIVIL RIGHTS tle Rock SepU24 at the directionof
newly elected chairman of the governor's advisory commission' on HIGH COURT made by the, FLORIDASTAR: ; 'President Eisenhower CHARGES

race relations, said one, of the major. taaka facing the group was but .It. is hopedthat; 3e, will After two successive'reductions,

to :clear the,racial atmosphere. so a. program. could be 'started to" 'TALLAHAsero,,-jRu-ee tfti. relent.ilWlf." If.'Y... .,:; Y.' ;:..< .... Em. L-- ...... announced. .: Oct. 4' ;and Nov. 6, TALLAHASSEE V A -promlne&tttfallahassee J '
,-improve 'the" Negro's lot to Florida. ;.v'r'iito:"'"* .-_ ..._- .+_' .'..," .- ,_" "'" {'! P.JlI1Jf 5f rODe e *. > T B: P p I '_ ..... : f. '. -r at; : :*doctot'who'had** ?**-.- .
.Fabisinski.-' who headed' the ""white--Have: : 'served notice az: C" Welch.sentenced:*' K ri- ''' sale Rock, drawn from the lis medical license suspended,and w _

committee which drew up Flor. hope to restore them. and we that they will 'carry theft' lei 'anna bay,, Louis, Pete to ,lif eprisonment. APPEAISfOURT First Battle Group of the 101st,. Is free under bond pending appeal*'

Ida's pupil assignment law, said are waiting_..for a favorable opportunity attack on T'anahassee's bgs, seat '. jtfter ,he pleaded guiltyto has been reduced to" about 225 of his manslaughter conviction fa'
ordinance direct to ,* prominent white .one abortion charge faces new
thecommission's principal func. to move In," he said. assignment' robbing The U.8. Circuit Court of Appeals men; ,
tion would 'be to serve in an t the U. S. Supreme., Court. matron of 125:"ozr Nov. 16. will decide whether there Says ,In Command charges involving 'abortion conspiracy
advisory capacity to Gov. LeRoy If the 'atmosphere is cleared I Circuit Judge W. May Walkerat -The youth 'was accused of was any denial of the Civil Rights Under the plan worked out by in the case of a 17-year- *

Collins in race relations matters. Fabisinski said it 'was "quite '' request of their attorney breaking into the home of the of.Jimmie. Lee Thomas, a Jacksonville the Army, Maj. Gen. Edwin old whitegirl.' .
"One of the functions is that likely" the commission would. granted a* stay of 'their Jail sentences woman during' the night: .and man, in his conviction. on Walker, head of the Arkansas Dr. A. 0. Campbell, 67, was ar.
we do more work toward improving recommend a program for im- : aM! 'fines-'for violating the choking her while making a de- a charge of raping a, white military district, will remain in rested and charged last Friday,
'the lot of the under. proving condition for: Negroesto ordinance until the Supreme mand for money. He: was bound woman. I command of selected' members. with ''agreeing to conspire with

,privileged N, groel.1n sanitation, the 1959 legislature. Court' can be asked to review over;to circuit. court ,following a Judge Warren L.Jones a mem.; the 153rd Arkansas National two other persons to perform the
welfare and attorney convictions. .. Juvenile Judge Robert will take abortion and with unlawful practice -
housing; he said. Lewis 'HaU. Tallahassee their hearing by : ber of. the .appeals court last Guard regiment who. I
While race relations in Florida was named vice chairman Judge Walker last:Friday upheld U McCrary;.Jr. Friday issued a certificate of over responsibility for enforce- of medicine., .
were 4wory3erfully good," he said of the commission. Other a city court, conviction of Ina .telephone interview with probable cause which will permit ing the court ruling. The bespectacled 'Negro doctor
the white .and Negro had :lost 'members are Dr. Doak S. Camp Joe Spagna of St Petersburg, a Judge McCrary. the! Juvenile .a review of the.case. The :verdict An. Anny-announcement setting was convicted in February 1958
communication with each other a* bell, retired president of Flor- student at Florida ,State University .. Court Jurist said as far as he returned by a jury in July 1955 forth these decisions was of manslaughter in the abortion
a :result of sending of federal ida State University; M. Luther : and of Leonard D. Speed knew the boy .did. not ,have a carried a mandatory death pen- said to have already received death ota 21-year-old ,Jackson
troops little, Rock and other : Mershoh of :Miami, and Dr.. J., R and Johnny Herndon, students at previous record. atty. White House approval and is.now villa girl and. of performing .J Illegal .
recent incidents. E Lee; Jr.. of Tallahassee, vice Florida A&M Universty for Negroes In another telephone, interview Ernest D. Jackson, 'Thomas* at. being co-ordinated In various abortions' on .a 17-year-old
"We are hindered now "by a :president of Florida AAM Uni- ... Circuit Judge Welch, said he imposed torney unsuccessfully took the Pentagon agencies.The Jacksonville girl and' a TallahasC
loss .of, communications, but we.yendty for'Negroes. They were, sentenced to 60 the ,maJJmum penalty of case to the Florida Supreme Thanksgiving week was see married woman. All the women
days in jail and fined ,$500 each the-Mextreme.crueltyin the case. Court and the State' Pardon believed to have been chosen for were white. ')
.:..: .:. .',. ';...' ....;. ..... said the youth was almost who
.. .. ,got' Volatrgthe! : ordtomce.* He Board. The U. .3. Supreme' Court the withdrawal, of the ;last contingent Campbell 'denied', the.wu'
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LETTER:TO THE EDITOR FROM NEW YORK The ordinance was enacted by six feet tall and .welched almost also refused t.o. review it and of regular troopers because charges. sentenced to four
The the City Comm1alon'''during a dis 165 pounds. federal district court declined to there will be a short'school year' in each of" the cases but
FLOfiffiA STAB .reeetpea MLeHen to The BeSter"wMli .
pute 'over. segregated, seating :oncity 'When asked: ,if he would not issue a writ ef habeas holiday and because of the natureof has been free, under 119,000 bond
epeti. anas. We lave to hear oar readers opWoa on any corpus.:;
buses..,It.,requires, drivers for use .. discretionary'powers: to national observance of Thanks while appealing to higher state
aa4.afl..ajecta Here+ ,is ft. letter from one of Teaftess *way. ..pla The right of *> jury to. recommend
,Cities. Yaftlceo iJtae capital
Kew Tork. mercy _
.. ,, r .1. era.numbered: seats en.;the ba. the fact that. the. youth, was unarmed ,thus fTfmtnirff the, death penalty that the Army would; wait of his medical license,, BUS.by .
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_. Apt ds. of.welfbt dtetribuyoa. health at. the, time of the robbery violates the .constitutional theory until the ChriftmM(tW Yearseasonto. ,; the("Stite> loud of
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_. ldeiwa .bai' ai 1Ni? equal protection .
Mr.,...iris' .. ...-" "':'aD ..B..ul;: r' ', Francisco Rodrigaea.: Negro at. it best' 'to .let",the sentence stand :Jackaoa cgntezided. of tie rejWar seiner., -- !. ..-.. ---
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V ... of Tampa, said .,he weld and leave it to the parole,,board, Doiry iJeiles thArksMM Tfce. ,
fti PLCihDA:tip P."0. Bei M1 IZ1'T'f' tor&ey ,. r '1. He also argued .the mercy .statute !.. jweMesfct of < ._ sew. coaspiracyt,charge JLr,,
..... ai .. ,Ok'. to... oofitead to hkvapfcal that tM to; ccsiVr the gutter after it a*' adhered In Florida KAACP, ate, a. a misdemeanor which carries. *
ei1IIi i"I' ; -. '- ceuHtvtt-' *1, rl bts of:,,.the hS felt %e had'a, rebabtttated toy ,results in Neyro 'rec rtflg death' dicatta she bettered the announce maximum penalty of '..,. f1........:

_. WI" .-' ..isr'eet .Mveia articles written end atas..ta were, violated fad :that z w senteaces In rape cases while wphsfcawal. of the 101st jn.. Practicing medkiae tWut
1II i( .wA: Whfe CttiMnM pwWtofeedZ .!to I yew* eetaaaLetter To the oteteaace was,a 'subterfuge"- A :Bttmber of Negro and:white white sees'recbiRmen ti- AirbefM tAi+ps-.was premature. a.Hymn is a felony punishable;
The, 'r. ;" I to perpetuate' ..egret. eiti sis,have.suede K J 'Iewa'u.atW:7 : for mercy.' ,'Ke :laSned that:fa S1 PTiweier A. Diflafea "by, 4 I"prisoar t ot'a-1o.-' the

am :herewith .attiehfec an article ''written a** sjtjae. "A I Tine studefiU rematetd.atHto rty' : wffl make appeals to J" ;years 24 Negroes?have been qce.ented said,the,A* f)t il4"have grad ,.. ..,., t' '.. f
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r Southere White;Mia*.thai.was. .pafcHshe i* to The Cfcteago Defender; by :1 posting $1.000.appeal boads Welch by Ukframs and_ e *er rape compared .to. G8I7 to "binge...Palette. ,ind chl3diedirer' 1.t "
The. Jlat.u"';'ere AfroJLarfeaa self, The" N.T1; Aarterdaan' News.It calls teplortej.liras,to ,be a little one white :.man. hwefred' bdcr anaoimc,. 'JAxON1S. UIVHUJR i..... iJ
U.. I1tiUetf'90 T C1; and I feel that 'It wend: she excellentreadteg'for' CHECKER. PLAYER more leaieat I with the' youth., by The :question of- whether, the tog, ;:the TB4hrawat'; AFTER'. L MOTIVt.r.;;
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your many ,readers..If'poeeibla ISCClDEP.frALLY : .mercy statute was being addm ..d <<
could would Judse\Welch is located in' the sVas .that: tM ,B williueertatn i DCMOUSHEDAlthough HIS CAR
or you teprmt tide article in your i istered to deprive. Negroesof '. JaQ'\ (
eoh1am at sd'early'date. ; SHOT( :URiAMEA County Courthouse in "Msrterma. their constitutional rights is before .c .,4ete.hwithdrwal that the car he was !drlv..Jf

"5Tftankins;' you I am, :Jacksonville man was accidentally worhy of consideration by the there are peas .and the wm.to ing.: was completely demolished. 1
.i>-' '. ; shot Monday Noyf 17 comply with the Integration laws when' tram .
Tour Subscriber appeals court, Judge .Jones: jaid it was struck by. a
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BEATS WOMAN "
f'-: 1rI 'L Esther F. Hayes' V ,while playing ;checkers with. two; The point has :not been raise within Central High and necessary last, Monday James Ca on. 49, ".
: companions in".an alley behind the : before, he said.. security" provision* for protecting of 1725.Seminary Rd. came: out.
'-_"S TRUE" from the As terdam. News 1100 block: oa; DavIajStreet: ', DEBTRuth FsIUIedtbU3kFOOTBALL:( the persons and rights of without a.,ECcratch.V'. _
.Sir i! Our-southern way,of life is .geae, .if1"faet.: oeec: ,American I Bishop Robinson Jr>, 31 of.122( : all students there. Patrolmen C..E:: Hunt and J. L. '. ;
way of life is in jeopardy with the events of Sputnik I and XL Davis Street, Charles, Curry and Kings Road .reported to. police Theodore A. DUlahar presidentof Jordan reported the accident pc-;'

America'has surely lost the world's leadership in knowledge and .A. Tyler were, busily engaged In that Ernest Watson, 30,.a former PLAYERS the Capital Citizens Council i curred about 6:55 a.m. 'at the
respect and an of the world knows and recognizes this except us. a game of,:checkers when a man LOSE CLOTHING AT a segregationist group= said he Southern Railroad crossing'.-.oa"
must of Russia aDd Ctommunisra-with boy-friend started beating her the.withdrawal
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on we speak
tFtcon now started shooting a sun. When believed would Fairfax Street just north of 16th
deep reverence and respect for our once great America with its another man attempteu. to take when she asked him for moneyhe MYRTLE AVE. ,PARK I "help remove much of the ill- Street.

capitalism and deep prejudices are now definitely in second place the gun the gun packer sorted owed her. Unknown parties opened, the: feeling the* people of Arkansas Carson told the officers he was

'-Vith very little ,chance of ever regaining the lead.. v.fng..the.gun'around and shoot- She said, she broke. away-and school: bus. that brought the; football : have :had. .*:; toward- the federal .driving north on Fairfax and dM ;
We soave been so busy 'hating the,JIegra!';ja d tryteg'to 'find wSdlyr One beHettruck .. If o ) team'from F&ndahtp..unior '.' ;,:. not
> : tag .; fan, and Watsot.' :dOW3-the : |9V "' Lee or bear the: train !JclI'.3.--
; ways -2neans.of' circuinyentlng.tae decridBol; ,.the;U.;.5.. Supreme Robinson kt+the 'TThe &-tsb4e der. rr College; Rock 'HilC N. C;. :Safcr.i T.3' 9Cardsnieraoould Arkan8"j, was movingrVest' oar.the
v ..: ; ass- ; DeUtttIg the t!t ;S., CJ stituUbB, that tci date,.'we. can -wouaded '.JaI 1. was ::.rrled rear dotethreW.a,, br Ck: day night; ov.M16;:wnfle ''Jt, was 1 Tenlain on duty TheDieaet=+nn4B i
:. not:4val..... soa. thIag.1t Sputaik! _I off ;Ow .grovrnd.. TWa is' how .to. .Dsval Medical* CeasebY he frci}: aoc .aSf twa.dde'w ndoore. .parked, ;:jatr the M itle. AvenueBascball'Park 'at*' &-S_, 1SCI__-jT..wt.:::' tI. < :- the right side of theLed an trackf'l '

-;i -..--.-..jfftt'y-. ; V' ('# ".ft'***'">.!:.itDl, MUa'o "-:-' <* **: UIII6lve&- .-' :Cfearl**.Cnssy.rer- Jater U; :Watsoa is acc aed' of aiAie'veral ,Covennor_ Crvur''Ifaubus. !: w 0 the'cat around and:l pushed : ..
r iVr. tbe-tsns"time la history'.t0 white, min naost'eraWI'ca his fled', 6a8annlWhite.' 30,. of fighting and destroying private articled of'clothing+ beksrgfug tosoave' called out the National Guard to a, deep ditch oa the north aide
beer ttad:beg .another nation the Rte, not to destroy oa, be. 1116 Davis: Street as the man desires' ; of the players. halt school Integration was previously of the track. "
'cause they,..have the upper hand. What. .foek. we Americans have who Mot .the go* White .was property. Sie" prosee&UecrThe The 'team from--Rock'Hilt was quoted as saying it.IsEvident .The car damage war estimated
.been',"Aeh&g ,out prejudice and now: we lave awakened too late. arrested by PatroImeB. L. C. fight occurred ,Saturday in the city to play the Edward there wfflbe. some-dls. at-2,300.'Tbev main'' ar"line'rcr':

f 4fo: f '. A Southern White Man Wifflams .aadVW Seleaaon 1 the Nov; l..;Patro1mea Jilt. .J.t Doe Waters College team in'its-Home order when" federal troops puB.

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I IR Southern leaders of the National Association for the Advance -

:) ; ment of Colored People and cooperating organizations Set a goal of>:" '
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-,< 1" 3,000,000 Negro voters in 11 southern states by 1960. The goal was
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; announced by Roy Wilkins, the Association's executive secretary, 1

fDowatown,* .'.... branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone. EL '4-3773 at the close of a two-day planning conference attended by 35 repre

.-* : sentatives from Alabama Arkansas 'Georgia, Florida, Louisiana
.>:; < Mailing Address: ... Mississippi. North Carolina. Tennessee. South Carolina and Virginia.The :"

*t\'.; : : P. O.. Box 661,,Jacksonville. 1, Florida .' The southwide .. 'J f
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,Eric O.. Simpson. .:..............*.............'..'........-..EditorC. conference was struggle for civil rights be abana ,

Parbam Johnson .....! .*.,..*.........'t,;.......N' *Staff called by the doned. This will not happens jie:.' Y'
NAACP to de '
,,IItznae. .Richardson ..........:.. ...i...*.:;...Circulation. 'apt said. t 'i.r
f : > .. ? :. velop a program Instead of feeding the people
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: : "* delusions Mr. Wilkins'ssert ,
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", 'Member- of Associated. ,...',Negro'. 'Press 't''i.. ; Ij-- r. i tration, and voting
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i:: ISUBSCBDTTION: .:' "V"* .?.. press
.,\ .::.t" BATES f by Negro of the region should be calling
One Year. '$KOOTHalf: ; Year, 3.00; Three Months $1.SO citizens under fop discmssions between the races.,

i. Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States ENOM provisions of the "It Is time for such. interracialtalks "
1957 Civil Bights he added: .even 'if* ::
Subscriptions. Payable In Advance. Send"hecks' or Money Order To: complete
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FLOBDJA:' ..STAR-P.. O. BOX 661-JA CBSONVILLE 1 FLOETOA5. Act, the I. agreement Is not: reached" .
such law passed
<' ,-, immediately. It is time to inject
""' iby Congress in Ii
.- some sanity into the present'situation.
!SIMPSON 82 years. ,. fi*
JUSTICE CAN ONLY BE .SERVEDBY A statement issued by the con I ." -v: ""

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ference calls for cooperation of If the new South. 'Is to realize ,
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its full ,industrial potential, he ;
local and state NAACP units,with
COOPERATION WITH POLICE ri t .x 'i7R, declared, it should welcome the
churches organized labor civic
k new civil rights act as an aid
: professional and fraternal societies .
for "this goal cannot be attainedIf
:J, Expressions have in a southwide drive to ex.
we heard ,
from
our readers andothers the Negro is counted out., The
'of the public pand vastly the number of registered '.
: concerning the recent rape attack civil rights law seeks to give
on. a colored maid Negro voters in this region.
by three white men in a downtown the Negro a voice in the Southof

hotel indicate that the majority of Jaxons are anxious The immediate goal is to bring which he is an integral part.*' 1 f.

to see the culprits brought to justice and punished for ov. ,. Negro registration up to 60per -_. ,. 1!
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their crime.We .. .
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cent of its potential or about t
have THEY DON'T HAVE A FAIR CHANCE IN A
heard similar expressions anxiety that justice and 3,000,000 voters by 1960. With the

punishment be rendered In other cases of crime. Indeed there Is SEGREGATED SCHOOL SYSTEM! incentive of the 1957 Civil Rights ,LA1TENTiON 'tj

ao4doubt! that every colored citizen the sTLT ..
: except guilty parties -- '-
leaders are confidentthat Church ReportersClub
wants law. Negro
to see the killers of Denise Williams., Thaddeus Kernerly.

Emmelyn Ellison and John "Smithy" Smith to ,mention a few, thiS' goal can be reached. Reporters : :

captured and punished for their horrible crimes. : Your Weekly : This goal would more than double Socialites '
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But Justice needs. cooperation. the present Negro registration of .:

It Is true that the business of the police department is tracking about 1,250,000 in these states. lend or Bring Your New. ; fIn

down criminals but there Is nothing much tht police can accomplish Horoscope Guide---c Seek Removal of Restrictions To TheFLORIDA : .
without \
some information to go on. They cannot hunt killers or
rapists If they do not have a description of the offender they are WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR In response to a question raisedat .

endeavoring to apprehend. :: BUSINESS LOVE -TRAVEL a press'conference Wilkins following STARNot 3
: Sunday's session Mr. expressed
Crime Investigators will tell you' that one of the biggest obstacles the opinion that the NAACP .

In conducting Investigations In the Negro areas Is therelnctaace By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER drive "would stimulate an Later ThanWEDNESDAY

; on. the part; of Negro citizens to give any Tdnd of increase in registration of white NOON
information, that would, assist the police In catching criminals.
voters also. We are for this. We
It has been found that so-called good Negro citizens "clam up"when ARIES I gers' 'of excesses ..ot.the. ''table nerable to .leave secrets at the .
I are not trying to register more Notes The earlier the better.
It comes to giving any sort of information. As soon 'as an Born March 21st:Thru: April 19th during. the Thanksgiving, festivi; mercy of people. who are prone voters than whit. We
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I Negro Notices brought |In Monday and
Investigating officer You have to to' gossip or to moralize. Ti'friend
appears potential Negro witnesses begin the may .some.cause, ties. ; restrictions '
want to
remove present
better
familiar \cha.nt.;: "I didn't ape," 'or T don't know". feel concerned about your gainful 4-20--.44-19.-43.--421., I who is the, mast ,trustworthy 'so that. more voters of both Tuesday mad' better will headlines.get. position

So very often Negro: witnesses refuse to tell the police anything activities, well-being and ,future in your estimation can races may be registered. 1

they kaoww about crimes' because, as they put It, "I don't wan to prospects*.due. to the' (24th). LIBRABora ', set your mind at rest If consultedon in
get mixed .in the 27th. Take all obvious; He pointed out that voting
up anything, -, Luck is. definitely too uncer. Sept. 24th. thru Oct. 23rd
nation.
the
the South is far below
Yet, these same persons who don't want to "get mixed up" will taro to take the lightest risk at The feeling uneasiness. Is not safeguards to protect cash property al level and said that the, dis-

tell you 1 shameful it Is that such a crime was committed and this time.,Accept the,counsels and 'being helped by the 24th. The, and social standing on the franchisement of Negro voters Main Office & Plant,

ry to clnvlnce you that they hope the police will catch the offender.In good offices of your intimates results of any mistakes on this 28th. operated also to keep low the 2323 MONCRIEF RD ;
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many cases just a simple bit of Information the color or and professional advisers. Con. day can *have rather explosive i t level of voting among white citi ''''j'

make of a car a, suspect drove the color of a person's suit; the genjal! friends., should, .contribute effects and create a, crisis' of a zens. He cited figures of 'comparative Near 13th Street

time:a certain person was seen In the vicinity of the crime would much to your Thanksgiving festivities financial nature. Your best chanceis AQUARIUSBorn number of votes cast

assist. the police In tracking down a, murderer, a rapist or a thief. ,.but be wary of some sort to meet it with the power of 'Jan: 20th thru Feb. 18th to elect a congressman in a C i

Many Negro citizens complain that the police call out the of misunderstanding or loss. your mind and personal prestige The 27th shows the value of southern state and in a northern

bloodhounds whenever a white woman is raped or that law enforce. 7-90-77-89-76-778. rther than to give way to ems optimism and comforting friends state. 423 Broad Street

mtnt officers start rounding up suspects when. a white person is, tional, outbursts which could only when you feel tense, or unsure. i
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murdered but that no such thing Is done ,when a Negro is the '. GEMINIBom complicate matters. Your initiative should .make that southern whites Downtown Office: ,
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victim. The painful truth Is that when. a white woman is raped or 2-50()- -49-31-253. Thanksgiving Day a memorableone .
May 21t Thru June 21st were being "deluded by some politicians
a white ,person Is killed there are frequently several white witnesses for friends and those who
ready to assist the police with descriptions or any other information No.. matter how strong the provocation VIRGOBorn have no other plans for the d: f. and ,some newspapers who SAY YOU SAW IT IN ,
they might have. in your intimate or ,local know better. They are being told
Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd Venus square Jupiter recommends is curbed
NAACP
environments you should refuse that if the THE FLORIDA STAR
Let's face it. Criminals cannot be to without moderation on this day.
brought justice to in 'There may, ,be a tendency to things will settle down and the
'the cooperation of the public. When we withhold information from engage accusations fret over the labors and expense 7-60-- 55- 59-54764.. t

the police we -are responsible for criminals 'being free to commit I recriminations or contentions at involved in spending the holidayin
similar crimes on our neighbors 'our relatives any time this week. You havean
friends our or our I keeping with the wishes of CAPRICORNBorn I
own selves. ,opportunity to show the goodness the members .of the family group. Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th.

The FLORIDA STAR'therefore urges citizens.- Negro dozens of your heart and Intentions Thiscould cause hard feelings You should call on all the firmness LETTERS To. The EDITOR

In particular to cooperate. with the police In their efforts to bring on the. 27th, and remorse on your part if at your command to refuse
lawbreakers to. justice. S-60-09-5S 87-367. allowed to become an obsession. people or requests that are extreme 1

:. E.. O. 8. Be' careful so as not to' offend a and unreasonable even if This Is the seventh In a series of letters written to the .

a, TAURUS loved one, lose money a valuable this pains you more than the FLORIDA STAB by a White Citizen, expressing his views and

Born ,April$th thru May 20th possession, or suffer from other party. The 27th indicates possible>> solution to the segregation problem In Jacksonville.ITHE'FLOMD'A .'

REGISTER NOW TO VOTE! The' pressure ,to '.break up the excesses. : a success gift or financial re I START + I
"" old' home .other ties 1- 30- 66--29- 65- 135. : turn that will make it all the */T o't.' r 7.-; f\< '1 r't' .
;:: 221 EAST ADAMS, STREET or personal celebrate -U/ 'Box 661-. .l' narrow-minded: viewpoint -from a -
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...y.'J..._ 4.t<< .." t ( ", ., rf. ...:, ,.. in 'the belief that chance will more, agreea.bleto Jacksonville, Florida' l a*'man I' ''had admired' and re..
Thanksgiving Day lathe companyof .. ..
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favor :you biroin nee or money SCORPIOBora : "* 3 1oj'"I l' t 1,1 {' V Uspected.
h. "' '!' ,. .' :' 'y ur'f&Vorite': people: The 28th ., Probinaaid' him, further.
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22nd
wise"1 Oct 24th thru Nov.
!* Iikely'to'inount under thepowerfif'm : Dear!'Mri l SImpsonr:-'I" '; -"I "
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: .11't concentrate warns against traffic "violations: PU" fe ..ffll
'of the Sun, :(24th iTyou : ; the spirit .m'. !"
-' :; adventures 'ofa secret;nature I love this country, I love our you on't believe that lean go

-t: :;' 'w And .DonltsriS f 25th, .)r If V you!:can possibly' :foresee the that. :" "l1 shouldjjbe.11bmvtng... representative''feetivitiea"mlght : .of.. that or .''may create complications;:' flag!,f I"ave.-: tcubear/ ,. .: the" NJill'onal down to an Orphans ,Home and
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; ? & twa t A TI,. ,utrrr h "t ? ..*''!'<*f T:- .thedlem- "hesitate"ir."yoiTmay" _. thus, be "U succeed ''& 1ceep% in 4-,-30--55 28.--. 135.PI9C .'r. ..: Anthem piaye.... d(,, t.1.J.optbatf. games pick out two healthy babies, one

i inviting. long eaough_ to checkE V. Wl 'f*imenla';" J :. .= '" r. '. I loW cur Constiniion. I love Negro end one Whitei bring th
.at>i the 1hai, thea( and_ pentup tf ;: 't,. '"
.retlq over hs4zarda I J ,:!\- the Declaration of Independence bome Wi t jr
emotiouasthat' are seething ',
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ltw : nuy be. .1tith1n 'The':r1 1o *oi :; tt >F$: and most of all I love those same ov'e' : n&me, .

_111- rr e. .PI"IS .._:G... r.v. t fr friendships"and'*personal"* f94tfA>fi 'mfluences -* r** Bora. Feb., 1tp thin March. 9Mb, ,. words "All Men Are Created environment the. same avant..-.it: "f...... ...

a a sL etirtir :: .. .a ; th. tt-sary. educatia
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TCANCJEB> :) the iiU I on.3 e.u \) and 5th; get Yo u tnviroed.'in ;upsetting;and How can so>> many, ,American .the.' 7.war"_. 'u.-.. tn'I}&ve"' eqability *'
7 t' Born Juae JSnd.ttira July 22nd so make::c sSfion oi'"Y 6urfprimobjective. i nerve-racking controverslet.-_ citizens be so narrow-minded and for the field W'u.tch.

There iia; littteito>prevent the ;?** ::;* *-l ".r4' 'should"Se even'more. agile tar,sidestepping stupid... and.D 7u"Ji ot,t vet..t4 ?. t"f"rII.1 1.they chocfe.; 'M,? tea' .t' .. f.,1

roof:from:caving is if'yen persist -t f them. Not only will you whlcl ttoasands* .;'c$ courageous *"n My friend,,i ,," Vf replied v.. j>.,'t u It would' .-.v!i.' ,<'
$ L J. '' '' soldiers giyen thtfcWreajn de .. ....uppnthe!1I .of. :
i I young '
1 te u tn being guided by-emotion ratherthangood .. retard your future progress conc u ,'!- .av& ... 'neoDtJ':
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'judgement: The 24th siderably/ftutf maylalso ii 2citiZen. PfJZrIT' y
SAGnrABWSBorn L talking to a .w if''th4 e. ,no rood, the. .
and 2Mh"giri''you::no margin for Nov. 23rd"taru, Doe. 21stIt vite mono gYJ ff-JtUysj of;-seriousproportions. was fe. ,1 !
cr' 'oa : : ,the other day and Jie expressed $same -daises would crop
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ready I may"' have, appeared+ : the idea that matter up In the Negro. youth. that :I
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the-'cost Of' biased decdaionaganililes than lit iutseul status ls-too vela
pay than reaUjT'is to face your had them
3.A. -- how much education you give the reared f In my home1 I
and 'misplaced infatuations. yourself and your problems and able':to' jeopardize just to satisfy Negroes and no matter how we asked_ If,fry this reasoning didn't

'Make an effort_ 'to restore to abide. by#thei good resolutions I'a whim or resentment.
; he think that If the White boy'sparents
\ try to help raise their standards; ,
have made Youare"loo vul- 2 40 25 S3 21-242.
stability in your home vocational you 1 the
that
: of living you can never expect were no good
environment and joint finances on FOR 1957 them to attain the same mental same, .thing would, happen'to..his
the 27th. Prepare yourself for the GET. YOUR' HOROSCOPE' READING standards as the ,average white character. Cornered with his own

hustle and bustle that is soon to Use this coupon. Lean mere about ;yoeneH. Bead 10 eeBte (0118iHme ctizen. This person went on to reasoning he replied: ."Yes but'
to, com) for each horoscope ordered by maIL ,lactedo self
_come. .-. >. '_' ;L'' tell 'me that the main. reason for I 'was speaking of the majorityof
-; f .. 9 10 88 89 .86 '918.;. .. i addressed; stamped Write plater/ This offer does not apply this "drawback" on the fight Negroes being on a low stand
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d'\ '.. to resident .
.of the, dominion of Canada.I
ard of and being
for equality for the Negro Is living never :
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same
'LEO r : ,' "heredity"
,.r. ..J. I PABLO, FORIDA STAR ASTROLOGERP. He, like many thousands of as the majority of our White
Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd
'; The 24th canmake family I .., O. BOX .561' !II I others of our citizens 'believes citizens because of heredity." ,

.. JACKSONVILLE 1 FLA. ',' ,,: : that although young Negro stu. I could see that he had an
marital and showdowns ,
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personal I ..* ....*ji. :ur **" '' <*"",; I dents may make high marks ,In Idea which no amount of book;

,. rather: explosive and costly toboth Name _.. ."ti _. +-**' --,- ::- > their high school and go on to learning In college could change,l'' <

"t!. your emotional stability and '-. .. '- ;: '": get a degree In college there Is, so why should I try.. I left him

economic welfare.: Hake good use. I Address" .., .: x; .- ..-j.I ..- ..' .-.... '.. :.+ ,- '. ") | still certain things In his character ; with this f thought. "My friend, '.. i

of the -27th,:to, patch up disputes : o ( ;.-1 ,r.' : :t.:. ..It.aN_ i ,, which he has Inherited that! I'm glad that a farm boy. from

.or misunderstandings through I """ .... ._., 1,1'-" ., -,." .... ; .-State I will fold him back and- Jie can Illinois "did not have the 'same '
shows of affection,!' gifts. or per. 'Sn-rq'. 0t7) "; ; 'a, : / ;'4.4 -. 'never expect to attain'the same Idea"u you.- otherwse we might..

HA"".. sepal co Ces lons.*Impress: uponyour I -'F Date.l ot:J.\?BIrth t"t.->>' r,. 1.: .J ." :,;.. r ;,, -.,; I standard of living as a white never'have had a great President"bY .

}'SltNS :mate and:other Intimates 'as ': ".4 :: o' .... '""" Moath .::; _. .college gra4uate. .>'SJ> ": i the 'name of Abraham Lincoln. '

OBEY ::.i ITS THERE," --- FOR YOUR SAFETY.', weD .as upon yourself 1'the\ dan.. I_" -.. -- -...,. _.t.'.._. $..-_.. _.seo_ -. -! -. .,.',,-_ _'-" .-.1.- I was somewhat shocked at this,I '-: A-W : '.; -CITIZEN:

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file! iOSTEKGLUB <';:-:> f Miss Rosa; Coglin Becomes Bride Of Edward R.::'Exson _. I

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The W. F. Foster Boosters Club j S : \
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l of Mt. Zion AME Church will
present Mary Louise and WalterG. as ;*' 1e
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Lee Jr., in a piano, violin and
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French horn recital Sunday in
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the auditorium of Brooks Prayer v

House, beginning at 8 p.m.They 1 {
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are members of SecondBaptist '?k
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Louise began
Church. Mary
her music career at the age '
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horn in the Darnell.C o o km an _

Band for four years under direction

of Prof. John fL Boldeiu She

is now a member of James Wel- 6s .

don Johnson School and has been
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.w wYabSaat6cJj merit far maintaining the honor : : i
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SWEET SIXTEEN Sandra roll average in music for three
Lenora Wilson, daughter of
Mrs. Florence Wilson, well- years.
She is the president of the t"Ii
schoolteacher
known Jacksonville f
is seen cutting her Junior Division of District 1, SBC, % : ,

birthday cake on the occasionof pianist for the junior departmentof .'t,
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her sixteenth birthday which the BTU and vice president of .

was celebrated with a party the junior usher board.
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held in the auditorium. St. Walter is'a member of the

Plus School laai Saturday, Nov. :Junior District 7, junior usher I- t.
16th. ;
member of the BTU and holds a a.gyp" .
Some eighty guests helpedthe certificate of merit in music. He .
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charming lass celebrate her was a member of. the'Darn ll- : : ;: ,,'., ..>L""ojol.eu".,.,.v"": .. ,:eo"<; _
natal a mlven rt. (See "Social- Orchestra and
Cookman String Mrs. Edward B. Exson who were
ly Speaking" ) has studied for three years under
night In the home of the bride..
the supervision of Prof. John H.
Bolden. ,Both are piano studentsof beamed following the ceremony per.

WHENEVER YOU : Prof. N. A.. Green.. The bride Is the former Miss ,

f NEED \ and Mrs. Odell McGrier of 1833

""' ,- YOUTH COUNCILSET Is 'the' son of the late Sam Exson

TO PRESENT 1176 ,Durkee ,Drive.
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;. 'the ceremony From left are
Jacksonville Youth Council Calvin Fields, Miss Adele, Alexan.

REPAIR SERVICE will present a "Pilgrims' Hop" Mrs. Pauline Exson Davis and ,i
Radio A Small ApplianceCall dance event Tuesday, November bottom photo are the male members

The Service Number 26, at 8 p-m. in the Laura, Street Included: young Alonzo Davis,,.Jr.,

EL 605040 Presbyterian Youth Center. ; ', Frank Strayhorn, Warren Wltsell

Dancing will be held on the Foster. .:
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$3.50 Service Charge
first floor and games Including
Financing Arranged' Wives Alliances and social and
ping pong, checkers and scrabblewill
For Large Jobs *
be played.A literary clubs ln the city have
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door prize will be given and been invited as special guests.

TV: SERVICE I refreshments, free.. Robert Butts, Al. Mrs. T. V. Randall will give .
ENGINEERS
president has announced that the ;- the -message for the occasion.
1856 Evergreen Ave.
invited.. ; :
: public is Jf? Other outstanding talent in the
:: ., in
city will appear on the program.

Oak Peters Shoe StoreCor. ;I The junior members of the alii-

slice will serve ,as 'h.o te.scs. _,

Forsyth & Broad- Streetst LES COQUETTESPLAN -. ;... ......, ....4.i .... ;,.

Use the convenient FNB charge' plan! TO PRESENT Wedding ; ,J \.i .t"" M.;t.k... J..;

for .the entire family' COFFEE SIP EVENT I I >t.;;
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Q. ... .Vf shoe needs! Albert T. Walker, :;.- :"f\W 1:: "

The I'.W.C.A. 8th and Calhoun?!! Payne St, age 25 : : ',. ':, #

IJtieets, will be the scene of the i Jean Duiuap 5331 ". .- /;
APPR&gb 5 CITY CLUB for Men ''
t MEMBRA T Lea Coquettes Charity Club Annual tge 2u.; 7106'.J l .: \1

VELVET STEP: for LadiescSM Coffee. Sip Sunday November24th : Leiuy \'c..er,-1U2i ;';-' ,
from 4 to 6 pjn. I!
19 Still 1;Eveanna
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WEATHERBIRD for Children A program featuring a numberof i
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soloists, instrumentalists .and II,1030 Albert St., age iy.: ,

Make your selection of children's dramatic readers will be .pre has. Wuifred. .707 .j
shoes and boots for Christmaswhileour sented en the occasion. "
I St, age 23 and D o r a
.. stock is complete. Among the artist scheduled to ruompscn, 707 W. 3
appear are:' Mrs. Alberta E. Zan -.
OAK &. PETERS SHOE STORE ders, Mss Zelma ,Johnson, Mrs. lei.

Established 1901ATTENTION Ruth Johnson Mrs. Mildred Pear Ddw.. Exson, 1176 r

sc*. Misa Bettye McMillian, Mrs. age 25 and Rosa,

Edith Albright, Mrs. Bettye D. Louisiana St, age 20.
,Richardson, Miss Barbara Simmons
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Grant Memorial Trio Mrs. Nathan Paul Wilson;

Janie, F. Cannon: Miss Marion 407, age 22 and Annie

HOSTESSES, SORORITIES; FRATERNITIES,.. Johnson and Mrs. Alvenice Mc son, Rt. 8, Box 404.M,
Queen:. w
-- CLUBS, AND ORGANIZATIONS Willie J.. Cntton.
Others listed to appear are:
Use The Blank Below Mrs. Wardell Matthews William Diego Road,. age, 23 '

D. Cannon, Roland Boswell, Miss F. Glover, 2963. Willow
FOR SENDING IN NOTICES Carolyn Davis, Miss Rosebud 22.
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ORREQUESTING Kitties, Jerome Forest, James .Mairlon M.," Williams
FREE PHOTO SERVICE Bailey.Miss Cheryl Daise, Mrs.
Church St., age.33 and
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A. Walker and Mrs. Jean-
Agnes ,
r.. Moore,. 1045:) Franklin ,
NAME OF CLUB _________________L _________ ette Scott. MrS: Lucille Blane will .':
S .. serve as Mistress of Ceremonies. Obie Roberts.,'818'W. :

NAME OF PRESIDENT -,_ ____:1__.;;-,::: 1. ___-?-- age 67: and Mamie' i .
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DATE. ,. OF: AFFAIRIII.: ....;._-".-_...llilDate ... ,:______'_. ',. FRIENDLY' TEA TO BE Adams St.. age 43. -, -.....4.t..
: Time Geo. D. Kenner 508
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PLACE OF AFFAIR ___-____._-___-: ________-- PRESENTED .SUNDAY sC:, age 50 and Willie' .;. "=.:,

Name, of Individual or Clubhouse fcaverson St. age 49. ....
A Friendly Tea will be presented ,.
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ADDRESS OF AFFAIR'NATURE Sunday In the home of Franklin White,
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Mrs. Bessie, Allen, 1268 W. 28th Road, age 56 and
OF AFFAIR _-______=:-_-::.___________ good 1764 IKngs
Street. The affair is 'Sponsored. I
Party Banquet Tea
by Mrs.. Rosa Summers, and Mrs.
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PRINCIPALSName Allen. .
of Honoree Hostess M.C. Etc .
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55PARTICIPANTS the Rev. L D. Hinson pastorof Get STAN BACK. UbUU '

1-______-----------___-____-- Grant Memorial AME Church. for r.H.f' of COLD
Names of Members or Guests The anniversary celebration is The STANBACK r
formula it combination
scheduled a
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evening
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,*' *< Mrs. Ruth Williams serving as for FASTER RELIEF of
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chairman of the event. NEURALGIA and ACHING

REMARKS _____________-_----------___ _...;.___ due to cold STANBACK
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Other Information STANBACK.
f MINISTERS TO MEET '
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FOR ADDITIONAL HOME ;

INFORMATION CALL -....:-:.--J--.:..--.----=_-_ Baptist Ministers Brother. cofor to de

Name ..'.?,. Phone.. NumberPHOTO'SERVICE -hood of Duval and adjadent i ,shampoo fcair + "u"r'"
'-1'. .. '".' : ':.' counties will meet at Bethel i -:- SID I N G : : set in your "
.- Baptist Church Monday,. November styU. Z
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The Sunday School lesson will !
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55 .;. '.S Date-, ,', ', ./ .' :Time Young pastor of Tabernacle. PHONE EL. 3- -. -

I' Baptist 'Church. I t, _"', .: '-_ 3510 OLIVE ST.LOUIS 3, MO .. "' .

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I '. Vfemon- : Officials; ; : Set Join t Anniversary A .1







BEULAH OPENS MACEO TEMPLE !r .,' a"..X,. .{ <. ,. ,'.'.',' -ANNIVERSARY WILL BE HELD I 1

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ANNIVERSARYOBSERVANCE 1 WILL/ SPONSOR z 9 .J. ,.. ... ,FOR DEACONS AND TRUSTEES : -' '


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DEC. BANQUET. ., The Deacons and Trustees of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church will

....v.,. celebrate their 28th anniversary Sunday. at 3:30 p.m. with a special
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The Beulah Baptist Church of program..
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which the Rev. W. Demps is pas.I'I Pride of Macao Temple No. l8G Devotion visiting daacons: ; selection -

tor will observe its 67th anni will sponsor a banquet: Monday, tx choir 4; scripture, pastor; menu;. offering; remarks and

versary beginning Friday night. 'Dec. 9 at. 9. pm. at the Elks ,; : .. selection choir; occasion Deacon, presentations closing remarks by :'

NoV 22' with the rendtion of a FU Graver C. Hagans; introduction McCalL
Building 712 W. Duval Street. the pastor. Rev. G. T. .
great program featuring the Holy .. :c of speaker. Rev G. T. :McCall .
Deacon Ollie Hudson, chairmanof
Tie Elks making k
Light Gospel Singers and the Daughter are speaker Rev. R. B. Brooks; solo

PIlgrim Gospel Singers The Male elaborate plans 'to make the Miss Bettye Jean Seott; invitation .. the Deacon Board and Deacon

Chorus of Beulah will also sing. I affair one of the biggest of its -As iiL- :'.' to j Joiners, pastor; an- Wilson James chairman of the

Services for Sunday will commence nouncements; offering DeaconsA Trustee Board. '
kind during the season The plans '1
with Sunday School session call for beautiful decoratons anda Y ?4 L. Isham J. B Bailey. and
at the usual hour with the :T Deacon Fred Gray; remarks,

Morning worship 10:50 o'clock well planned program featuring, chairman of trustee board and I

superintendent In charge. some of the best 'known talented chairman of deacon board: ; closing ."', Real state

.with devotions by the deacons. personalities in the city. remarks pastor. }
AT 1IO3IECOMIXG EVENT Some .of the Jaxons who were' In attendance at the Homecoming !
The pastor will preach a very Inspiring The or thePride service at 1 '
large membership Evening p.m. \
shown here. In the front from left $ LOANS $
sermon. Choir 2'will sing. sponsored district 4 of Dayspring Baptist Choreh: are row
of Mace Temple.'are working Processional, choir 2; Invocation
_.At 5:50 pjn. evening service are: Sirs. LoU Mabew, Mrs. lame to make the eventan
with the pastor preaching.' At tirelessly row are: Mrs. Ruby Walker, Mrs. Estelle Lee, Mrs. Gertrude Stripling, deacon W. II. Allen, selection choir; scripture, pastor; $4,000 up to $%::5,000

this hour, the male chorus v willlender. unusual affair with something Mrs. Sarah Lundy, Mrs :Elizabeth Miller, Sirs. Annie .M. Scurry and Sirs. Helen Bullock. solo. Miss Frances Scriven; reading .I Payable $Loo per mo. per hun
different to offer in the mannerof
song service.v' Mrs. Eliza R. Atwater; selection dred on unpaid balance at 6%.
;. Usher. board 2 will be on duty. entertainment and enjoyment.The .I J choir; introduction of| Let us help you to complete

.t.Following regular evening wore Daughters,. led on by the EDUCATIONAL BOARD speaker. Deacon G. L. Flenoidii:t your house or refinance 38
close with the Rev. W. A. :Mack, MALE SINGERS BAPTISTS FIGHT Smith
matchless leadership of Daughter I PLANS COFFEE HOUR speaker, Deacon Remus of years in the same place. ,.'
pastor of New Jerusalem Baptist,
West Union Baptist solo, Mrs.
; : Can -
Ruler L James have
chip, anniversary services will Hattie made. SUNDAY AFTERNOONThe Iris Parker; selection,, choir; in-' I

his choir. ushers and congregation many; contributions to' the city TO APPFAAR.AT DR. JACKSONWASHINGTON vitation to joiners;. announcePATRONIZE' -: J. P. YOUNG ,

in charge. life of Jacksonville 'and the scheduled ..I. Educational Board of First ,

Tuesday night, Nov. 26, regular banquet"'will .climax one ''of '-. The U. S. Baptist Church will sponsor a.I. Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh l t.

prayer service and Bible study at the great. efforts. of .the Daugh. BETHEL 'CHURCHThe Attorney for the .District of Columbia coffee hour Sunday from 4 to 6pjn. Main and Monroe ..
the usual hour.Wednesday .
ters. I Monday authorized a suit 212 Masonic Temple Bid*. .1't
in .the Educational Building. FLORiDA'STAR ; r.
?night, Eastside Fellowship members in the name of the United States : ;I Phone EL 5-8014 .
The of Maceo M1 Green
LodgeNo.
Mrs; Lucille presidentand
Hour will have its 4th Male ofLake chal- I EL S-S391 s
8 are invited to'playa very Amigo Singers by a group of 10 ministers members of the board have ADVERTISERS i M
anniversary celebration.- The Rev.B. definite .part on the program. City, Florida's famous 10. lenging the right f,.Dr Joseph H. extended invitations to the pubicto J
L. Wynn pastor of AbyssiniaBaptist men: choir, will be presented in Jackson ,of:Chicago to hold, officeas
Exalted, Ruler W.: R. Davis Js attend.
:
will preach- and.h1.s male appealing to Macao members to recital Sunday'' evening, Nov. 24, president of the National, Baptist I II --.1 I IS05
chorus will sing. 'In' Bethel Baptist Institutional Convention of America.- The Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor -:- -:- HOME. BARGAINS -:-
rehearsalfor support the banquet.PRIMITIVES has requested that the choirs,
Friday night, regular
and
Church, corner of Hogan U. S. Distract
,the
choir ,1 will be held. H. The petition of ushers, and congregation of the & 507 West 16th Street 1723 West 24th Street .
Caroline Sts., the 'Rev, Robert ._Court for the District of
SLATE minister.' church accompany him to Mt. Lovely Brick Duplex. Fine 'in. Ideal Masonry House Modern
Wilson, Columbia, it was charged that Dr. Ararat Baptist.' Church- to render vestment. Live in one and rent Conveniences. ",

CHURCH NOTESThe ANNUAL SESSION The presentation is under the Jackscni has "usurped, intruded service in connection with the the other. Terms arranged. PRICE 650000. !
auspices of Unit D, a group consisting into or unlawfully holds or exer PRICE $15,000.00
3p.m.
church anniversary. Sunday at
FOR EAST FLORIDA. of- four: districts of Bethel cises' his office.. 2311 Kenwood Avenue 501 West 16th Street

Twelfth Hour Prayer Band DELAND The 88th annual and is expected to be one oil the The Baptist Convention and its New Home. Lovely 3 bedroom Lovely. 6 room house all mod.. \

No. 2 will sponsor a SpiritualTea session of the East Florida Prim. most 'entertaining and well attended affairs comes under Federal jurisdiction home tile bath, all modern em conveniences. Terms.
;November 25, from conveniences carport. PRICE $13,000.00
Sunday. for this' season.
Assn. affairs charteredin
hive Baptist and the Wo- because it was PRICE 1450000.
4 tO'6 in the home of Mrs. SPIRITUAL SINGERS
p.m. men's Auxiliary will, convene at The Amigo singers recently rep- the District' of Columbia. The 2345 Kenwood Avenue 1849 West 24th Street
Rosa Lee Hall 1236 Hart Street
Madam will be St Annis Primitive Baptist resented Florida at an interna- body is made up of 25,000 church. PLAN ANNIVERSARY New Home. Three (3)) bedroom Nice Duplex, 2 story. Fine in.
Melvie Wright
Church the Rev. T. R. Griffin tional folklore sing in St. Louis es and 4,500,000 members.The house, tile bath carport, modern vestment. '1
the speaker. Madam Louise Nelson pastor, Nov. 2024. Mo., and they also performedin petition was authorized and The Willing Workers Spiritual conveniences. PRICE 1000000.
is chairman of the organization. Memorial PRICE 1350000.
Mrs. Celestine Paxton is the Nov.. 19,_ the host church will the Stephen Foster approved by Oliver Gasch, U. S. Singers will celebrate their fourth 1540 Johnson Street
present a program. Nov. 20 open.ing .Festival_ and took part in a mooing Attorney for the District of Co-. anniversary Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. 543 West 19th Street

reporter. of the session and enrollment. forIna.nce.picture .of this : annual per.. lumbia. at New Mt:: Olive Baptist Church, modern Six ((6))conveniences.room Bungalow.Terms.' all 4 bath.room bungalow, lights. and

The introductory sermon will be .; Petitioners include the Revs. Brady and Hart streets. Servings PRICE 850000.: PRICE $3,95000 x
V The .singer*all teachers of Columbia master of ceremonies will be
T.
delivered by the Rev. D. P. Pen. William IL Borders Atlanta; i
Several houses not mentioned
in thin ad
STOP dleton. Dinner will be served at '.I and Alachuai counties are: M. Chambers, Los Angeles; J. F. Melvin Grace. The Angels5 of Joy will be shown by appointment.

2 p. m. ft. H. Anders, W. 'L.' Turner L. Green, ,Detroit; E. E. Hollins. will 'be the serving group. VACANT LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
C Alford :J. V. Harper, E. W. RENTAL AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1
will
Devotion begins at 6:45 p.. ,,m., Bastrop, La.; L. K. :Jackson, Gary. Appearing on the program
Phillips, H.. W. Wright 1. H. Bur S. be tha Fire MARSHALL L. BROWN
RELIEVE with the Rev. A. Harris deliver Ind; J. Carl Mitchell W. Va.; Heavenly Singers,
TOOTHACHE ing the sermon. gess, C. Tunsil, L. H. Caffey Jr.W., A. Owe Memphis;' Marshall L. the Red Rose Gospel Singers, Registered Real Estate Broker ;
and and
E L. Humphrey A. C. the Rosebud Singers Mrs.
-I Shepard, Philadelphia E. Gospel ,
The Rev. T. R. Griffin Is moderator LeVy, director. I Office Phone EL 4-1827 Res. EL 6-3486
SECONDS
IN 20 I Smith. Washington; and Roland Jessie Mae Polk. Mrs. Sarah Wilson
I Admission'is 'free.. 703 BROAD STREET-
%U.T K 'WJ T A TOUCH Of- Smith Little Rock. I Mrs. Julia Mae Morland,

ORA'JELIF According to Mr.' Nabrit, chief I Mrs. Lauretta Larkins Miss Es

counsel for the protestants, thepetitioners' sie Mae Thomas Mrs. Rosetta-
FOR DRIVER'SLICENSES THANKSGIVINGPARTY ; represent some 1,160 Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jackson

churches with 'an estimated 43,- the. Golden Singers, and Mrs.
IS SLATEDAT
Or learning To Drive 800 members.Dr. Vera Waddell. In Best-Dressed
LONG BRANCHA Jackson, who is pastor of
YOU AJAX DRIVING SCHOOLEl Thanksgiving' Jubilee party Chicago's Olivet Baptist Church I .

WANT OUT OF DEBT 4-0639 1134 W. 5th St. will be presented by the facultyof is currently serving his fifth con. !JOHNSON TO SPEAK Circles .

THE ANSWER IS AS NEAR Long Branch School, Monday secutive term as president of the '
AS YOUR PHONE REGARDLESS Geo. L. Perpena, Dir. evening, November 25th, at 7:30p. convention. It was his election to AT CLUB PROGRAM you'll always fg i |

OF HOW MUCH YOU m., In the school cafetorium. the fifth term at the group's annual C. Parham Johnson will'deliver

OWE. OR WHAT YOUR A four-plece combo will provide i meeting Louisville, Ky., the address at the annual dinner

PAST CREDIT RECORD IS. I dance music for the occasion. last September that brought sponsored by the Lucky "16" Club

LET US SHOW YOU HOW Johnny Shaw will be featured on about the petition.In Thursday night, Nov. 28 in the II

FAST IT CAN BE DONE ON I. Learn Art the guitar and Miss Yvonne Dan charging, that Dr.' Jacksonis home of Mrs. Shellie Roberts I

PAYMENTS YOU CAN iels will render current musical not eligible for a fifth consecutive 1042 Frazier Street. m

AFFORD. -:- -:- -:. -:. hits. Refreshments be_ served term the, petitioners Mrs. Fannie Robinson will present PolMlrrot

Budget CounsellorsOf both Fine and Commercial by faculty memberS.CEREMONIES. cited Article IV Section 2 of the the program to which several SHOES

Jacksonville "Highest Level of convention's constitution which guests have been invited.,' (whys o dfials '

230 'WEST FORSYTH FT Art Taught Anywhere" reads: M.t ...o. <
EL 3-6145 "A president of this conventionshall ...
VETERAN APPROVED SET reelection Known for their outward good
not be, eligible for ,
If you are unable to come in, AMIGO MALE GROUPTO I
Low Cost Tuition
1tal1- after he has served four con looks and interior features '

Name .. .. .\. ................... American School of Art secutive terms, until" at least one BE PRESENTEDAT of lasting fit,foot freedom and '

Address......... .......... .' 106 East Bay Street BY DAY SPRING year has elapsed. BETHEL CHURCH .
..ask for
Phone No, ....... .......... Phone EL 44)206i ) According to Mr. ?*abrit, each The Amigo Male Singers of gentle support.
of the petitioners is a memberof them by namePollParrotl,
Groundbreaking .ceremonies, will the convention and three of Lake City are coming to Bethel -
'
> be held Sunday beginning at 2:30 them are presidents of state conventions Baptist Institutional Church, cor.
N I of the national body ner of Hogan and Caroline Streets, %::: .
pjn. at Day Spring Baptist :
k / Church for the Educational Build i the Revs. Borders Owens and Sunday night, Nov. 24, to present :::::: ;
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frit 1 1 ami*hj Smith. a recital for Unit D, a group of :
ing. Dinners will be served on I four districts of said church. ? ... ..I .. ..1i.'1
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: the church 'grounds. The Baptist .. ;t-
>. Li Brotherhood will be special MASONIC FAMILY This group gained statewide acclaim .' 1.
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guests. The sermon will be de- during its participation at .
TO t
HOLD "
SERVICETHANKSGIVING
J livered by the.Rev. R. H. Wilsonof the Stephen Foster Memorial Festival .. .1' J.'

Bethel Baptist Church. The oc.; DAY and recently represented

..'., casion will be given by the Rev..I Elaborate plans are going forward Florida at an international folklore

Out ''WI" liberal Each account tl S, L. Badger. Other ministers to for Thanksgiving servicesto sing at St 'Louis, Mo.

anting[ an com CURRENT: RATE insured up to appear are: the Rev. G. w:, be held Sunday, Nov. 24 at They are ten talented young e $6 9p F 1

pounded Semi 1 / rr1. SI 0.000 by theArnuolly Crockett, P. Jefferson, R. Lean Shiloh Baptist church, sponsoredby men in number all teachers in .
en Sat* Y.2 ]0 FeA-.c Savings der Jones J. C. Rogers. A. J. the Masonic Family. Columbia and Alachua counties
lags In this Association 3 and Loan Insaroace
-
i which Ii Hughes and E. R. Simpson. The Deputies Attrus Fleming C. A. They have been participants In ,'"

chartered and spenrised Corporation ,groundbreaking services will be I' Tills, Mrs. A. M. Frasier, Mrs. A. two Ferrcll Music Hour Shows on
by the OF ,DIVIDEND authorized b y.. conducted by the Rev. J. C. Sams. L. Fleming and Mrs. K. Thomas television.The .

U..S. Government acr of Congress. The Rev., H. H. Robinson willsen.e are'making a special call to all I I \\ YDh.bl ... !
singers are: R: H.Anders, 'i
as master of ceremonies. brother Masons, Eastern Stars, .
District 20 will meet at W. L. Turner L. a Alford. J.
I II Ij Sunday Daughters of Isis. Heriones of O
5 pan at the church. Choir 1 Jericho, Crusaders and Juvenilesto Harper, E. W. Phillips H. V.i y \

r will present a pre4iollday musical assemble at 2 p.m... at the Wright, J H. Burgess a :. CHILDREN'S BOOTERY

feast Dec, 11 beginning at 8:15 church on Beaver and Cleveland : L H. Caffey Jr.. and'E. L. Hum.I 21 West Forsyte Street .

pjn. in the auditorium of the streets, the.Rev. B. Coleman phrey, under direction of A. W. .
A. .
I for 80
Leader In children shoes over
church! A program of hymns, pastor. Levy. Mr. Wright is president and t *.:yrs..1'* ;
j ( ;
E 7 J:"J j spirituals, anthems and .jubileesand AH members "must be fully Anders, business ma1 ager.., .. OPEN ('TIL'9RM. __ DAYS

,\ j seasonal music will be. ren' dressed In.OI1DL.theprogram I There;_will be no door charge. v* :

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..J v __ ; 4 tract school Court board it denied-is segregating in U. S.- Dis-pu. Wherp WnI Y on Spend That :' : 1.>

__ xv 6s a 1'if Pus under provisions of the Florida ',

Constitution. ,
- Instead, the board. argued '1,000,000.00

W through- its attorney Edward F. i .
>: Boardman the schools now oper.

ate under provisions of the state's Between Now '
And Christmas?
.* ? new pupil assignment law which

t, f ; : 6 gives school boards the power to .
rf 6 Assign pupil%'ann makes ,no men.

Lion of segregating: the, races..
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The board- thus .asked Judge NEED HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS? '

Emmett Choate to' grant it .summary -

judgment in a suit by at. Every Store Claims To Have the "Best Bargains"

torney G. E. Graves Jr., 'repre

senting thg National Assn. fore .

Advancement of Colored People I

.. and parents of .a group of uJuj
Negro students seeking admission
to white "
schools.
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The board in its answer to the 1 :

suit said a policy, adopted in I .4 .. N fy

1955, and pledging continued segregation .

c while the problem of I \ :: \\ % \ _

_.. ... ,, integration was being studied, applied '
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;) WEDDING PARTY Displaying happy smiles of marital bliss are newlyweds Albert T. Walker, only to the 1955-56 school

Jr., and the former Bliss Dorothy Donlap who are seen at center, flanked by best man, Tommy _year. :

I Walker, at left and Miss Betty Jean Dunlap at extreme right. The double ring ceremony was solemn

_! nlzed last Friday night, Nov. 15 In the Floradale home of .the. bride's aunt Mrs. Bessie Pearson at
5535 Newcombe Drive. School News r rK


CONGRESSMAN ,BENNETT
HIGH COURT RULES SPEAKS AT STANTON al
DUVAL SALESMEN TO SPONSOR ;
ON EMPLOYMENT Congressman Charles D. "Bennett a .. f faI

spoke at a .special assembly
BIAS BY UNIONSWASHINGTONThe program this, week, at Stanton.
SALESMANSHIP
CLINIC IN JAX
Supreme Juniors and seniors ,were ,presentat
Court ruled Monday that an all- this program. An organ prelude .

white union cannot discriminate by Mrs., L..';'- Robinson pre-
against .Negro workers in negotiating The Duval,Salesmen and Retail Merchants Association announcesthe ceeded the program, Letheria 1

agreements with ,an- employer inauguration of educational. program which will provide instruction Floyd presided The program was r

or in protecting job rights.The in 'various phases of salesmanship. opened by scripture, and prayer

court's unanimous opinion The classes will be held ,twice by Bessie M. Davis, after which

held illegal any "discriminatory"* monthly in one-hour periods divided the Glee Club, under the direction

actions taken against members of into two parts and will'be con FOOTBALL FANS of Mrs.. A. H., Moore rendered 1'V7N !
a bargaining unit because of race ducted by lecturers experienced in "
America, with ,narration by
or other grounds.The the field of saesmanship.Mrs. ,
.
Betty Michael, especially dedi ::- 1X ;
I / decision came an the ap. Ethel spears, secretary of TO GATHER INMIAMI cated to Congressman Bennett. '. ". ,.
peal of members of an Negro the organization announced that .
Cecilia Dawkins,;member. of the
local of the Brotherhood of Railway the lecture series will be held at
class played the "Bells of ,
and Steamship Clerks, em. the Lincoln Golf and Country I DEC. 13 organ 4 ,
Professor
which '
St. MarysAfter '':'
ployees of the Texas and New Club beginning. at 5 p.m., Sunday q ) ''
C. D. Brooks introduced the ,. '! Need
Orleans Railroad at Houston. Nov: 24.The AMI-The number one drawing speaker. ?.f, .' ', CLOTHING ForThe .
They contended the railroad in, lecturers who will be heard r" '
attraction among Negroes in ,.
Bennett
Congressman explaned : -- .
1954: "abolished" some 45 jobs through January 1958 are as fol. .. Family?
the field of sports is expectedto the work of the current sessionof '., ..
held by byNegroes, and that in most lows: .
draw of fans .
upwards 50,000 Congress. He also gave a gen. y' '
I cases similar jobs were subset Nov. 24-Walter Dean, District .
.
to the "Magic City" when the ( ; .
eral outline the affairs of the j :
quently given to white union Manager, of Central Metalcraft :on );,.,: < '. ; .- ..'- "
Florida) A &: M Rattlers meet a nation. He stated that "in the ;: : :: .
members.The Corp., worthy opponent in the Orange ; ..
Jackson attorney coming year the 'challenge is todo \, .. .,
high court noted the complaint Dec. 8-Ernest Dec. 14. + v r r.y
Blossom best half, _is not enough. "
,
thai {he. all-white union at law., ; Vice President. R. E. Jr. our f < : w
Lee :The also said we f .; : : /:; ,
Congressman :
leadership "had failed in general Dec. 22, -W. Sharp, Manager has watched the Orange Blossom should apply the ,two major; laws r: :yr: f' .

: to:: represent employees" equallyand Williams Jan. 5 Buick. Co.Alexander insurance Classic, grow from its infancy to 'love of God, and love of our S : You'll Have' A Time Deciding Where To.' Buy ,
in good faith, and that this -L. I. its full development. Since the
fellow man" Congressman Bennett's
..
was a violation of the Railway broker.
birth of his brainchild the stateof
interest '
Labor Act. Jan. 5-Mrs Beulah McClellan, Florida has witnessed atlk was of great ;

editor, Jacksonville. Journal "staredition" nation the truly in action.great teams some of the of and The inspiration Marching Blue to all Devils students.Band :.\<; ,;i ,; < \ ; -X; r" "

K. D.
direction of Mr.
under the
which is designed .
The sales clinic Many of the great collegiatestars McFarlin, rendered a selection, k"'i. f ". .' w ,. ...... .
for salesmen .
RITZ primarily who have performed in the StantoMusi-Cho .
which the ,
after
interested : -
and saleswomen and other -
f ,Classic'
are now playing professional will Mrs. A. M Espy, director, gavea
in salesmanship continue
P
football and some of them of -
ENDS TODAY through May: 1958. spiritual medley consisting '. 1.
i are former stars at the Rattlers. "Rock-a-J erusalem" and "Good ;

1t / t Members of the Education Com The 1957: Orange Blossom Classic N m." )," ..
mittee responsible for planning will the colorful
present same
? Q QI .he lecture series include Joseph and spectacular parade and halftime Remarks were made by Professor S lt t .
: Pad '
Fred C. D. Brooks, Reuben L.
McCray, Ethel Spears and show that it has presented
Williams.STATEBRIEFSNEGRO. in. 'The gett, president of the Student;
years past. nationally
I Council, and Annette Harper
famous Florida A & M University
thanked Congressman Bennett for
.N.d..l marching band will the
highlight
TM tAfT TbIMS M. his inspiration and extended a
parade. Picturesque floats bedecked "
warm invitation to visit our
with beautiful will
KERlt.Klttt girls school again. Gwendolyn Clark,
i add the necessary glamor along
representing the 11th .grade class
FISHERMAN; GETS i with the various high. school thanked the Congressman and For .
I iI
.f M. 25 YEARS FOR ST. JOHNS expressed the fact that the Juniors ,

BREAK-IN bands.NEWS would be looking forward to HOUSEHOLDAPPLIANCES _

STARTS TOMORROW ST. AUGUSTINE Louis Thomas a succeeding visit by him. S

'STOPOVER TOKYO' Pinkney, a Negro shrimperfrom BRIEFSMONTE After the assembly program. __ "

Brunswick Ga., who plead. Congressman Bennett granted the ; ? '

ed guilty to charges of breakingand IRVING, the former following students of the Public _Ii'

entering with intent to com.mlt New York Giants star outfielder Relations Committee. press conference -

a felony and was sentencedby said recently, "Athletics have key. : Betty Asque, Francenia

RITZ"MIDNIGHT, : Circuit Court Judge George noted the highest of American Stafford Gwendolyn Clark, Annette t

S : W. Jackson to 25 years in state ism. It Is only In sports wherea Harper and Martha Verdier.
There Are A Thousand i a
prison last Tuesday. man generally Is rated off : ': .

Pinkney was arrested two his ability to handle ball, stick,

7 : RAMBLE"SATURDAY weeks ago by city police who glove complex play and tugged NAACP BLOCKEDIN Places" To":Choose' From

:. with sheriffs deputies kept athreeday situations without the factor of -. ,
n.R "
,: NOV. 23
walch about homes in color being Involved. .
i .. REGULAR RUN the southern section of the city -/.i;
i '" STARTS: NOV. 28 APPEAL TRYATLANTA .
where several reports of breakingand J .
DETROIT-Election of Detroit'sfirst .

ELVIS entering had been reported. :Negro 'councilman retention -.* The National ':;;::-rj :r '

of one controversial mayor and the Assn. for the Advancement of < !..
PRESLEY '
OCALKIU.ED upset of a second highlighted.voting Colored People last Monday was ;r" .. :

,, at his greatest! IN CAR WRECK ,.' in non-partisan municipal elec- denied_ its petition to a appeal an .... .. "roF'. ." ,
OCALA A Ocalanwas ,
57-year-old '
'.' tions in Michigan.William contempt of court conviction, -
"\" .. injured fatally in*a collision T. Patrick Jr.; ayearold :37- The Georgia Court of Appeals _
of two cars in an Ocala residential
Nero attorney, placed reaffirmed its Oct. 10 ruling
t-. ,\ section last Tuesday.The eighth among nine 'successful De denying the' appeal.

victim :.. W. .
\ was Culpep- troit-council candidates.. The NAACP was fined 525,000 '
Singing! per a passenger in a station and John Calhoun, local NAACP .

: ;Fighting Dancing!! wagon who police driven said by failed his wife to Emma heed a PILLTHEPLVG president one-year sentence was,given last a suspended June by The Easiest Way and for the Best;Bargains

stop sign. ON STOMACH IPSET .
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Fulton Superior Court Judge Dur.
.Romancing! .,' Mrs, Sidney Dosh, driving south J Follow The Florida Star
e'Jai1bow without iflterrspuog sleep or work! wood T. Pye. The fine and sentence .
f Wenona street crashed into S ;,
I When constipation sours your followed failure of the Sr
the station it entered stomach, feel
'wagon as I you logy headachy. SHOPPING GUIDE
Taken at bedtime Black-Draught 'NAACP to comply with a court
the intersection.;. Culpepper was I Is "timed" to relieve constipation order to make, records availableto
thrown out 'and pinned under first thing in J:1ornlnwttbout -
harsh griping or urgency This the income tax! division of the
..cciu sweeten sour stomach too. Then .State Revenue Department. Trade with Florida Star Advertisers \
driver ahzhsr. i
passanger life'lo ks nnny again Made from
Pye refused to sign bin of
a
Bertha Da"z'l. minor In. pat* vegetable herbs. thorough S
] gentle. Black-Draught. exceptions for an' appeal until SUPPORT COMMUNITY,1
juries. Kra, iN'iX was unhurt.: .H Powder or OraaiaUd ,......tad tor'. YOUR ; :
to MV. aytta* Tcbtett. too certain statements were deleted .
e a nsma O pepper was chargedby _:_'Ci'!. wlis eeaattnattoa and another inserted. The'apPeals I
1 b PimM police with failing to yield the young dlguti na. = ; NEWSPAPER
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BY ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC 1 St. James AME Church will

SCHEDULE TO OBSERVE terminate its rally to raise funds

-, for the building of the parsonage
yi I MONDAY-*tub AT ;
4x _. 5:/0. .:52 SCHEDULE on Den 8 and members have been
.' MIAMI An appreciation luncheon for executives of the Miami ( StgQ On
.D2- ,.-O 5 News A Weather ANNIVERSARYMrs.
I' area of the media of mass communications will be held at the :s :451:09 Heaven's Road Deacon asked to make-, their pledges.

McAllister 4 Hotel here In Miami, December 2, 1957. The dinner' will ] \ '' -- 1J News Grace)A Weather It was announced that the Love
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be the ,> 3- ..80 Gussie Paige will celebrateher
sponsored by Orange Blossom Classic and Festival Committee.. Morning Caper (Bob
".t,?; Hudson) 21st Feast service will be held Sunday
Sponsor of the fete is the ':i .. .*-.1:1) News Weather anniversary Monday
-: Orange Blossom Classic and Fes. I < ;, .3. 9:90 Moraine Capers- (Bob night. Dec. .2 at the Mt. Calvary during the morning service, according

WALKER COLLEGETO /! ..:eo- 1:83 News Hudson*)Weather Baptist Church which is the place to the Rev. P. H. Ashe

tival Committee which is com.posed ENTER TWO ....:.'f. it-t':00 ampin'Shaw) Show (.Johnny. of her initial appearance as a pastor. The services will begin
of citizens of the state of .
j ://- /:OJ News Weather gospel singer.
AAU CONTENDERSWhen ; : with the Sunday School at 9:45:
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'Mlamf >fllU-UM Gospel Train No. I
(Deacon
Florida and ,
officials of -
? : Since the
Grace) beginning of her career
i
Florida A and M University. The I iw ll:03 News Weather .S m.
,,.. il:3-12M as a gospel singer, Mrs.
the 'Florida AAU Boxing Gospel Train No.1 (Deacoo
affair will be one of the numerous Grace) has Stewardess Board 2 will meet
activities to be staged here Tournament is held Dec. 9-13 at 'Jt: : 'r.oo-i2W Local News (Yvonne Paige appeared on many of in the home of Mrs. Sallie Henry
the Main Street Walker ,. ;-:' Daniels) the major programs in and out of
Arena .
in connection with > i2S-
12:15 Job
the celebrationof Mart (Yvonne DaaleU)
4 The Junior
at Missionary
rendered
the Fifth Vocational and Commercial 'Col '2:141:00 Noontime Tunetlme many recitals which pjn.
Twenty ,Anniversary
of the Orange Blossom Classic, lege will have two representatives 10- 1:13 News(Yvonne* Weather Daniels) were largely attended and favora- Society vtfll meet in the home of

1! the sixth ranked bowl in the na contending for the championshiphonors. 1KBJ:00' Gospel Grace)Train No. (Deacon the state of Florida. She has Miss Marilyn Nelson following

tion. ;:oe- Z'J News A Weather bly accepted by the public. the morning service. ,
!*3- 3:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacor:
Committee members planning to They are Willie Hankerson and Grace) Serving as mistress of cere-
t 1 Clarence 1:0033 News Weather monies for the occasion will be .
Galloway.Galloway .
attend the luncheon are Governor JU4:01 Jompla' Show (.Johnny GROUP

t LeRoy Collins. Karl Bishopric, while serving In the 4:004t3 News Shawl* Weather_ Mrs. Elizabeth Rich Perry, an. GOSPEL SETS 'RECITAL .

i Rev. J. B. B1acknell. Luther L. United States Navy won the 6th 1OJ5:10 Jompln' Show (.Johnny other well known citizen and an
GREEN COVE SPRINGS The
Brooks, Everett L. Butler,.Father Naval District and Pacific Fleet sao33 News Shaw)Weather active worker in civic religious

John E. Culmer, John H. Davis Championship in 1955-56 and will soa 5:45 Jnrapln'Shaw Show (Johnny and fraternal worker.The serviceof Golden Voices of Klngsland, Ga.,

Dr. Ira P. Davis, David H, Dobbs, enter the 139 pound class in the SATURDAY) SCHEDULE, Mrs. Perry has been soughtfor the Logan Specials of St; Marys,
1:90. -
CZ Sign On Ga. Belandaires of Palatka and
division. ,
f Dr. William P. Foster, A. S. open .:* -'4.-05 News Weather by'many organizations and
f "Jake" Gaither, Dr. JL D. Goode Hankerson is not as experienced .**- 1:00 Heaven's Road church bodies here in the city. the Lively Stones of Daytona
70- 73 New at Weather
f Dr. George W. Gore Jr., Andy as Galloway, but he has the neces :03-,1:00, Morning Capers (Bob The gathering at the ceremonies Beach will be presented in a

i Gustafson, Charles Hadley, Dr. sary requisites for a future cham ., ,.., <*o- 83- News Hudson*)'Weather will be graced with the recital Nov. 28th at 8 p.m. at
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i Godfrey W. Hawkins, W. C. Her. pion. He :will enter the 165.pound APPEARED i3- 9:00 Morning Hudson Capers (Bob presence of the accompanist who Mt. Zion AME Church

rell, Dr. C. R. Hogan, John D. class in the Novice Division. IN CONCERT Graclta Faulkner, the. famous ,:to- 93 News *) Weather was at the instrument at her Tickets may be secured from
International
.I Johnson. Both boys are coached by Julius A soprano, who appeared: ', Ina ooncert at Florida 4:03-100 Jnm.Daniels Show) Johnny first recital. The name of the accompanist W. R. Hall. 413 N. Palmetto Ave.

ly Guinyard Athletic Director of and M University on November 16, after her return from 110-113 Ntws 4 Weather. is being with held and and members of the Trustee..
Tom Jones, J. R. E- Lee Jr., a long tour '
03-110
l Walker's College and boxing through the West Indies, British Guiana and Venezuela Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Board.
Shaw anyone guessing the of the
Willis John ; ) name
Murray, B. Orr Jr. series '
t coach of the Wilder Athletic Club Including A of concerts In Caracas, Venezuela. Miss Faulk. 110-1143 Mows Weather initial Chicken dinners
will Be servedin
will be
accompanist
; Richard R. Paige, H. R. Part ner Is the finest 113-120 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne pre
singer to
ridge. lEliott J. Pieze Nathaniel Calloway and Hankerson will come from the Caribbean In "many Daniels) sented with .a gife. The first per. the home of Mr.. and Mrs.
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participate In years. Possessing a truly beautiful voice of tilde U0-125 Local Newt (Yvonne
'1' R Powell Harry Rich Hollis the boxing matchat 'range and lovely Daniels) son who will mall in the name of Eric Berring, 625 N. CypressAve.C. .
Green Cove Spring Naval Air quality she brings to the portrayal of West Indian folk music a 125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne"'Daniels
the will be
Rhinehart Malcolm person the winner.
Ross, James 12:1510 Noontime Tonetlme
} Station Friday Nov22.: distinguished rendition. Her singing of,the'chants and ballads
Tatum Robert G. Venn, Henry of (Yvonne Daniels Mail a post card with the name Parham Johnson, 1431 Madison .
Trinidad Jamaica 10-13 News A
Weather
C. P. Hargraves. Barbados Haiti
ofWalker's ,
Weiner,Charles L. Williams, and : president I dudes Guadeloupe Martinique In. 1:03240 Gospel Train No.,t..(Yvonne of the accompanist who played Street, Jacksonville, Florida. r
I work -
College. announced that songs, voodoo chants and beautiful Creole patois Daniels) I
Charles J. Smith, HI. 2:00243 News ft Weather for Mrs. Paige at the beginningof The members of Mt. Calvary are
1l he is trying to find six more number, many new to American ears. For'part of the concert she 243340 Saturday Session (.Johnny her gospel singing career to eliminated.

boxers to make an eight man wears an authentic costume supposedly influenced, by" the Empress 30- 343 News Shaw)* Weather

team for the purpose of sponsor. Josephine who originally came from Martinique. 'She is 'assistedIn 3434:00 Saturday.. -
.", .WillisfonThe ing, :..a boxing. program te concert by" the celebrated composer and recording artist .:00- 4:03 News Shaw)* Weather
Lionel 'Be! sco. 4:03. 5:00 Saturday Session Jotanv!
1 Shaw
-. 540543 News & Weather
Youth Association of Florida SHOWING STRAND BRUNSWICK NEWSThe 5:035:45 Saturday Shawj Session (Johnny

will hold SUNDAY ,ys+ 4
its first anniversary --- -- --- SCHEDULE t
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PRICES
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5 celebration P ec. 12.15 In the Ai\ Southeast Georgia Singing 4:02- 1:05 Netri A Weather
\ Church of God In each ,. > .:OS- 740 Heavers Road (Deacon
night. WALL '
Assn. will sponsor a youth program PAPER Grace)
Evangelist R. L...Lambert, general .! 3a: "yAn 70-- 7:03 New A Weather
Nov. 23 at 8:15: p.m. in St. 7:037:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon
president and founder, will '. *
Grace
J I be in charge. : : Andrews Holiness Church, 1000 ALSO" 7:30- 8:00 Latimore Gospel siner
Sister S. Garrison is host '- ); : :: Armhurst .Holiness Church. 1000 '*A- (Live Gospel Singing)
f pres- \ : PAINT"METROPOLITAN I 8:30 Healing Waters (Oral

l ident and J. J. Jones. is pastor. i:: ..., : Armhurst St. with Evangelist Eunice Roberts Riley) .)
< e .. R L. Lambert president 4in "-]0- ':110 Jax Revival Center iRr* a
: ; ": 9 -IO0 Bishop S. C Johnson
.i 'Mrs. Viheda Smith! of New ., :' charge ..:-- ..::30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singer t
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York :'CitY'sPent- the week end ; ...t. 4 x PAPER 'STORE (Live Gospel Singing) r y.
< -- Others fto be, are t/e Holy ..
,- .,.,. hear .L 34-10:45 Temple of God (Rev.. W. B-
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i here as the house guest of "Mr. '.( Ii' h"' 'c. ,!jf.<" Lond Gospel Echoes Singing An. 11V. Church Elgin &0'628' Herbert) '
10:45-11:00: Hearen's Road (Deacon
and F Mrs. Dave Morris. Mrs. ; : ,. gels Soul Wonders and others Grai., M a
Smith will visit relatives in Orlando < \ UJO-U:03 New A Weather -
11:03-12:00 neav n.I'Ruad iD arn" ,
before'returning '
to New
Grace: ) r >lp
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I 1 Mrs. Matilda Timmons ADVERTISERS 1401:03 News A Weather
has been
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13- 1:30 Heaven's Road (Yv nn. .
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t I visiting relatives in Jacksonville. Daniels) '
1 1:30240 Mt. Ararat Baptist Chnrm
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{ Mr. and Mrs.: James Wesley; t0- 30 .Jafco(Live Gospel Gospel Review Singing I t rj

I and daughter Aria motored to i Yt I NlMaNG FLOORS BEAUTIFULIS II 34040 God's Rosa Woods Holy)Shrine (Motb>

> Jacksonville Sunday and visited .:to- 540 Church of God In Christ
.. .... .. Elder Charles Beet -
i Charles Thompson who is ill in {&..:;::.-. """--
50- 543 News A Weather
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} the Duval Medical' Center.VASTHMA. Jerry Lewis""*,will *have you OUR BUSINESS 5435:45 Heaven's) Read (YvoniDaniels 1400 WRHC 1400 .

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1; UNDEFEATED BLUE DEVILS\ GUN 'AARON GIVEN, I I DODGERS GIVEN NINE IS NOW HOLE IN TIPTOP COURSE ...V:. *.



1 FOR ThE FIGHTING wf i SHAPE TO PLAY ON '
PANTHERS s : nOST.;: VALUABLE WMM WELCOMEN The nine-hole New, LincolnGolf'c ,


By C. PARHAM JOHNSON Course is in tiptop playing condi. .
PLAYER AWARD/ CALIFORNIALOS
tion, according to J. E. Hutchins, .
Matthew W. Gilbert's Fighting Panthers will invade *
manager' of the ,par 33 layout.-
the Gator Bowl Thursday Night, November 28, to meet NEW YORKHlenry ANGELESTheL The complete course has been
t the finest Blue Devil team in many years, and the Pan- (Hank) Aaron the slugging 0 s Angeles Dodgers received -
thers will be aiming their heaviest forces at the Blue outfielder 6 f the world a rousing welcome, cut. including all the greens,, fairways ,

Devils in an attempt to halt their march towadd an champion i Milwaukee when a throng of 1100 base: and the rough. All local -.

I undefeated season. Braves was voted the National ball fans jammed the Pa- golfess have been extended an

,. Leagues's most valu- cific retain of the Statler Ho- invitation to visit the course ''for
r The game hag been played ra? yo
I Coach James Smalls will throw I able player of 1957. thus tel to greet them at the inspection before playing.

each. year:; with both teams fight' ; such stalwarts as Alfred Austin, becoming' the 20th, member Civic Luncheon.A Golfers have been invited from .

tagVfor the city ,championship: Sylvester,Porter,. .Harold Dennis,, I of a championship team to whole array of Dodger brass the following communi.ties .
which'-ended-last year with both Herbert'?Blacksliere; Eugene -Glover be so honored. headed by President Walter 0' nearoy
: St.
Augustine Daytona
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teams holding the bag. The rivalry Bernard'Cam:; 'Robert Parker, '" I The 23-year-old slugger won Malley field boss Walt Alston, Beach Lake City Bnmswick,'Ga.

has created interest thai Cornelius Newman, Ronald the hearts of every Brave, fan in players Duke Snider, Roy Cainpznnella Gainesville and Palatka.ROOSEVEIT.
r ] Stevens, and a host of others ; the nation when he hit that .pennant and Pee Wee Reese were
matches of the bowl
many college who will be keyed up to the last I : winning home run last in the group that were so warm.
games on New Year's Day. notch to take the field to pro MS *' '
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The fighting Panthers must tect the record Stanton has made > *, *t j! r<"y tf'iir-y-** with the St. Louis Cardinals. It All around the beautiful ball.

digxinto= their bag of tricks to this year.CoachEarl ti'46 ,r.f{. ', :Y.fC{f 7 (i '. ..wJ was Aaron's hit that put the room were signs hailing the Dod

bring up a defense to stop the Kitchings will attempt Braves in the World Series gers' arrival. One of the signs BIO FEATURESFOR

high stepping backs of the Blue to match this group with against the New York Yankees. read: "Welcome Los Angeles Dod- 3 THANKSGIVINGTIIURSSAT

F Devils One of the major assetsof Ather Sampson, Booker Peek h :...1 Rr :','' The Baseball Writers Association gers the greatest catchin NOV. 2840

the 1957 Fighting Panthersis anda '' .of America selected Hank '
Oliver Joyce, Bobby Newsom :, ;n- a'Y7 ; baseball. 1ST RUN!
the strong forward wall which strong line to handle the :de.. ', .m? ak <. ;' .,d' .,;! c ,:.; after. one" of the closest vote Baseball celebrities like Casey "WETBACKS"TECHNICOLOR! .

has been difficult to penetrate by fense. races "in. history._.It was ,battle. i. Stengel the New :York, Yankee ,-. Plus._
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opposing teams. The game will be a toss-up and right down to the wire between skipper Fred Haney, the man "MEN OF SHERWOOD"1ST

the team getting the first breakin Hank Aaron and Stan llusial who piloted the Braves to the RUN TECHNICOLORPlus

27-39-87 the game will likely come out but Aaron finally won- by,. only World': championship and everyone -

on top. Both teams are strong nine points. Musial ,received 230 else who spoke were all in "BORDER COWBOY"

392-40-569 and powerful.; Both teams have to 239 for Aaron. accord that Los Angeles is get- 3 HITS! Adults--loc

,. had the advantage of superb 4- a )o4 Winning the Most Valuable ting a good and Brooklyn is too... Kids-15c

VVarch This down coaching. Both teams are well Player Award was not the only Everyone who spoke for Brook.

equipped with strong reserves. accomplishment of the young lyn, from O'Malley on down was

6 4 All the tricks in the trade will GREATEST SINCE_ RED GRANGE Willie (Gallopin Gal) slugger he was also selected for overwhelmed by the big league

1 be used by the coaches to pull GaUmore shown in the picture has been called the greatest pro the., second straight year to the reception .and the "Milwaukee ...BEST MOVIES
7- 4 the victory out of the bag..; If the major: league all-star team along spirit"" which the gathering ex- ,OF THE WEEK
star since of Harold "Red" > Bearsrookie .
; 'the"days : :Grange: ; .The Chicago
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(4 attendance is halt"way of whatit ; with Mickey Ma 1Ueand Ted. 'Williams hiblted. .
i mad phis debut asa, pro by racing l00-yards Ito score onone -
:; 7 1 '
the
has been through years ,- Roy Campanella lauded by Joe
the Gator Bowl will be,. filled .play'and "TS-yards on, another; liirgreatesti'achlevement as'a Aaron is quite''a.. favorite in E. Brown, master of the ceremonious STRAND 2 Thanksgiving

::19-08-56 with admiring spectators.J pro was the four,,.touchdowns he scored against the Los Angeles Jacksonville having once played occasion as "the greatest Week* Hits!

185-22-997 Rams. The St. Augustine flash entered Florida A &; M University here with the Jacksonville catcher baseball has ever known," SUN..SAT. Nov;2.J.30

"J. as a basketball player, but according to the school's press;book BravesWhile. with the Braves perhaps sums up the feeling of

Sometimes he's he's' dawn ap GEniHOUPNlGHTS he is the greatest football player ever produced at FloridaA, ft M.:, he was k the puth Atlantic LeaguefarMostValuable the Dodger organization with that
Sometimes .
He add, subtracts u worried b7"BUdder weatneu"ICktttoctJ Galimore has been invited to attend the luncheon in Miami Dec.. 13.. : Player. 4 'comment. ..
Nl.hU (too b'eQ1HJ1'bumtnc or Itebing .. -
WhenHenry Hank Aaron comes r.18
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He work it all around .-
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to common Kidney and Bladder Irri- 'to Jacksonville he will receive la ". .. ...
For November 30 Utlons.try CYBTag for QUICk,crattfylnc. Rr t S .
comfonmc neto.A billion CYST=S tebleUued rousing welcome from his many .
to.partS jeara pros safety and THREE PLAYERS kf...,,
23 70 15 -
neceu. Art drufgbt for CYST under SPORTlitGIL.UP fans. ----
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IFOOTBALL: SCHEDULES- I'" Tn': Washington' Redskins professional footbalHteamis G ,.d,Johnson's coach. said_ recently B'fICROFT .

obviously againSt the -presente :of tanp? layers 6n the. that the big -fellow Is one A&TSIIJAD9 "

I SCHOOLS team, 'but they 'hear. : a plenty::from, thew*whenever they.s of the 'best pass catchers. he has ....
.'.. '. .- .- .- .- .- .-!
meet the other teams in the league :On Novembed 3, ever coached.

Edward Waters ; New Stanton High Big Jim Brown rolled up 109 yards" and 0 scored two of THE ,HARLEM STARS have GREENSBORO, N- C. -

(H). : ; : S 5 the three touchdowns, against them.;/ The Cleveland started, on a 164-game tour. The Three members of the A 4 .

,N ov r"'23. :Daniel Payne (H). Browns winning,,27-17. .On Oqtober; 20,' Ollie Matson! of Stars are well loaded with talent and T College AfiTgies football -
Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H).. !
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the Chicago Cardinals. ro1J dup 155 yards and scored They; have .such,, stars .as*Elzie I team were J last week! :

-' two touchowns,, with the Cadinals winning 4414. The Lewis Marland "Showboat" Buck- dropped fronuthe squad.In wr

Gilbert High Douglas Anderson Skins well remember Big Marion Motley, the former rov- ner, Lester Burke of Grambling -a statement released by

Nov.,28-New Stanton (H). ing fullback of the Cleveland Browns, Buddy Young, ,College, Rollie Harris Jim Tucker
Nov 22-Open. former halfbaik of ,the Baltimore: Colts Bobby Watkin ,FraXlk'Washington, Boyd Buie, Bert Pjggot> head football .coach,

D. C. Vocational HighNov. Nov. 28!-Peck High Fexnan of the Chicago Bears and many others who have per- the only one-armed player in the men had "been "Indefinitely

formed against them. The tan, players,.can.not play with and the suspended"j for breaking training N
,23 Gilbert! (H). diva (T). professional? football, .
them but can certainly perform against them. Goose himself. iuJ s. He' would npt elaborate on

.; SIAC SCHEDULE "''f'1'! l'iIIIJ! DID YOU KNOW Prentice FOOTBALL FANS throughoutthe specific charges, nor did the
Gautt. the first tan member of to retire from statement give the ,time length
the game becauseof
FLORIDA A A M UNIV'ERSITYNov. FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE; various sections of the coun-
the Oklahoma Sooners football a heart condition. Doctors cut of the suspensions.The .
23-Southern U. (H). Nov. 28-Albany. try are making preparations for
; squad, is in good and regular out all strenuous activity and no three included: Arthur
Den 14-OB. ,Classic (Miami. T the greatest football cjassic;) in
KNOXVILLE !COLLEGENov. standing as ti, member of the hard, 'tlabor ,at..JLL! \Gardner tWaa sepia football :when .the./.Florida ,Worthy, star ;halfback and senior
Grand ,United(Order of Collegiate from Gastonla: who leads the Aggie :
from
purchased the Harlem'Globe
BETHUN&OOOKHAN 23-Ala. :A&M. Normal Ala .. .- .. A. and M Rattlers: meet a :worthy
'Students? it:* is not ostracized, In. for the
ground..gainlne
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Nov. 2S-Allen U. (Homeeom.Ing rrj : i >onenfc'fautiiej Orange :jBtosaojq '! [ _
pushed. arauzid'and looked upon Gardner's condition was described current seasonr Otis Perry, New I' '''
:! ) (H). HOBEIIOt1SEOOLLEGE; V Classic which will be played in
Nor. 23-Flsk',i Nashville, Tenn. .as"-some; 'strange object by the 9 1-> i")4FV.fJB L #rJO\ tn> city m J fjqv..! XOf s tC1t: 't-JUni9: !' gp>}rte back' .
'" sea slid"officials of the Uni. THE WILLIEMAPS ALL-. who has handled most 'of the

ALA.V.\ A Jk M 1\t j *' ,yersltyofl0 He baa been STARS have such stars on the 14. slgnaLcaling In thfi!i abBence .of.
Nov.. KnosrnX" Normal, Ala. ; Coaches James Smalls of the f'I\-\ [lQlEVELT( RUNISUNWED. !
MORRIS BBOWN; COLLEGENOT. uIa'' edged brother team as Elston Howard, catcher., Stanton High School Blue Devils ailing first stringquarterback. ,

ALABAMA STATE 23 OpeNor. '. and three outfielder the New York Yank.: Earl of the Kataa11 Paul Swann and Barney Moore Nov" u.27f'1
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bin, s.c. t- .. c., I _...i "" txmbia! 8. C- kTQ '!I CoDf'.r heme-of the .. a iiA Jonesr4fUI5?. ; JaQ d ni ti Nov.trGit6t\v.i .rf4 teetagiln 'lSJefutJtcap $?$:

: NcrI't".rs # body andperfect son, Baltimore; Junior Gilliam, to the Aggie, who still vetfJ"
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n1n1t t ::k Dodgers; Joe Black Washington.Hank .f' '. ts..T.SAY k\
;Y-"" u <\ 7'-- r r I 1n lh .i>ITEpGQ1 cr .. N v. g+eai rXA Aaron was slated to appear YOU.SAW-iT against N. C.. f oUege d .U

Nov,96oor'r." i $roam\ AtIiata..,. '!" .\.,' ---w--. with barnstormers, hue going IN THEFLOWDA Carolina Classic to be played hereon Plus BURT LSTER
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cHAMPIb. ARCImif. :MOORE "GaUopin 'Ghost"; Red' Orange. --- lite sTate HEEDS fONLYj TECHNICOLOR: JUT

: '&Jd' haii l1gOi. -s Ber= Wm .JIM PACE of "MicMganf!Bpb _': -;-3) ill livr QuJot i s i moil ss .: 'BLOVING YOU" 1\1. THE
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i Jight heavyweight champion. Perdue; Danny Lewis, Wisconsin 1: .

ship bo1:1.tIt will be the first and.Leon4LyleB.Lot the. ,University ; WE W\LL\ MEEr ANY PRICES ADVERTISED.. Rui-MCALLING HOMICIDE:
twJ4'W$ & championship boxing .match held, -- .. .. .
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of t Louisville-are sure professional f : Iii YOUR lOCAL P PAPERS .
in Detroit since, Eszard Charleswon football materiaL Sports ,; ALL NEW
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PHARMACY
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the_ sensational closely 'and' the end':of, theififcol- .. .,
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r ball carrier lor the Xbs: Angeles > 3 *- J*** .,1 c legate days.LIFITS I ISOZ KINGS ROAD'at ,MYRTLE AVDt'"UEJl < ROCIC'nlE
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PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELE- '
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CHIPSOFF THE BTOCKBy Speaking of "leaders", in a recent -I I the FAMU Alumni Association Is, opposite corner Frank's place I an enviable mark for other Negro

H- meeting of the mayor with sponsoring 'a special train. to: will be the only super service hucksters to shoot at. *
JAY JAY : some of the "leaders' we had not Miami. The train will originate. staticn operated by Negroes in Joe Gannett is receiving heapsof .
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seen some of them 'since the.fish In Peasacola and make stops. town .. Dr. L. B. Childa is tribute for the work be Is I *
For the first time in our young memory a city ffieial in our fries and political meets of last alongthe way The fare will be scheduled to open- his new build doing. The sincere effort of these t *

town had the nerve .to make a' move without the approval' of election.. .Thought they had left cheaper than regular Around trip ing around the first of the month.In fellows win encourage dealers
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tee sell appointed leaden, or 8W one publication ..calls. themthe"bloc ; town they were so silent in their i cost. If, you are interested contact addition to the office spaceto to look for more 1 egro' help. I *
vote masters"' of the- community.Last < wards. i I W. De Vaughn! Sweet. be used by the Brothers Childs. P.S. Our town is still "clean". ;
week the sheriff appointed Sides are being picked and.bets'i The Club ElQorado is planningto Jericho Pharmacy and Dr. Wil. Jai Alai was defeated Sec whQ? i *
twenty or more Negro citizens leave the job of hiring and firingto made on the forthcoming East.: hold its irsi P Thanksgiving liam R. Toney :will have offices It was like old times around '

as special deputies. These folk the city and county officials. West Classic. In a few years I, dance for card. members, on Wednesday cn. the ground floor. The ultramodern Edward Waters last weekend.For i1'
were appointed .for the express Actually most .()f' them are only think that the' battle for the city : nite NovJzT. This is the building will be the first the first time In. several *

purpose of keeping order in the concerned with the big "I". title wil be a four, or five team first in a serfof. "'social activities professional building erected by moons we saw evidence that the ....;
schools and around school activi The PTA groups could be of affair. Watch and see, the young I the club" has planned for Negroes in the city. people of Jacksonville are onec -

ties. Well *- all heck has broken more service -if theywould stop 45th Street Yellowjackets bear i the members. Joe Pauline. spent Things are quiet concerning the again behind the AME school. .:',"
loose. 'Seems as tho the professional critizmg teachers, 'trying"-to set watching. Everything is in favor! some time She other day outlining proposed new hotel on Ashley We saw folk out who who followed -
politioos' are nagry because up policies for teachers: and. making of the 45th Street school coming i future' Plans to us and they all Street.. We hear that it is still the team during the time \ .'

they were not consultedand themselves -advisors to ad- into its own in a few years. Oh sound good;. The activities, must in the planning stage. Philly Holm. Norman Tyrus *
are the prime persons spread. mlnstratons- They should help to yes, the school will meet the I be limited to rr?embers:and guestsof Herb Gaines, the Budweiser Dean Everett Rick Austin Joe /11eed-
ing an types of. rumors. raise; moneyr and tovolhtr" thingsto Baby Blue Devils tonight,to their members.. : representative has been confinedto Carter and other former stars *
Most of them insist that the take the heavy burden off of first homecominggame.. Met a charming person 'passing bed but is up and about now. who made the name of EWC *
idea of teacher carrying guns is teachers, so they could devote Fans far and wide have been through on her way home .the At one time he sported a cane. known throughout the South.
terrible. Some try we should have' more time .to teaching.- trying to pick FAMTJ's probable I other night. We had the pleasureof Dr. Lamb the owner'of the popu- *
more regular t officers and not For months(Sgife arkteiia;:beena 'opponent in the Classic To date meeting Mrs WUhelxnenia lar Club Bali ,in Ocala spent a tlait

special ones. School people; are voice In the. wilds crying for It looks as tho only Tennessee Gunn Harris of West'.Palm Beach. few hours in town. He stoppedby CLASSIFIEDCOOKMAID
,concerned with their particular Joveti ilea curbs,' jg&jrtfjfofi: : ?,'" ;civil Statejand: Maryland. Stage will,be Mra. .lIards stopped over to visit the Club Monterey and passed. .
problem which* is one of orderin service jobs, Negro'ffremen, bet. undefeated. Last'week end the Mrs.:*::M fver. "*weii known ''half A'Tfew words with the boys .... Live'on premises. *. A tip of the Pepsi Cup

the school .In many white tei!..etreet1Ri! frcf; : .iftcotena, Tennessee. boys romped. -.over,.:. stylist. Ihe. ladies.. .. visited __several.. George Washington is::: back,inisjm. Must like children. Health card "Ii' .young to these Americans outstanding who '. .
schools and {hose of us whb and other c1 : Bm few of Nevertheless of .. ts.-7 Harrisr' He has been working but and local references required. make our country and
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have been out: of town and seen "leaders" offered to work in a of'Orlando for the past month. Excellent salary. Mrs.< Walker, our community a better
_, Classic is a great social affair turning from a three month vacation i iI ''place in which to lira .
He will be until after'the
Northern schools know that, an -fail group. Only last week did I here EX 8-938 .
officer is assigned-" to the sd1 aol 'a'-grO, r&t lto P. orJBteiii.'and:;fclk: *.,are: .planning now tomake in points .North. I holidays. Isiah White left far thehinterlands .r.,'

daily Jn man" instances. These,J'-c violence In our community. EventI the f--trek -to Miami. This Frank Hampton is planning to I aealn s His: trios,to the t't'g: \ oems For .;Rent *.* *.;*. *
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