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Florida star
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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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 8, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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A 34-year-old woman was arrested and held for homicide Tampa,. Fla. An NAACP official said this week I$;
I investigation last Tuesday in the death of her roommate Florida's political leaders and those in charge of adm\

I who was fatally shot under what has been described as f tering the various agencies that are confronted with the

strange circumstances". I issue of ending enforced racial segregation are beginningto
.' I flood the state with statements concerning the so called

I t In reporting the Incident i "inability of Negro Children to measure up to the acade-
mic achievements of white children:'
..
!''to police, Isabell Stephens, ; .
: i, Robert W. Saunders,field
i of 904 Clay Street, said she .l
I Ii secretary for the Florida j j'
: i and Dorothy Clay l Jamison,' ': :NAACP said that because of j white children."

i 23 had been l"'>mmates for ,.- the tremendous impact that I "It has been alleged that
1
several months. ... such "officious" statements', the multi-track will
Coming system
'
COXTjtIACT: : SJCNING-Beaungard Gallon tve'l-known? restauranteur and proprietor of Atom'sKitchen \ ."!;';
Is seen shaking hands with \\illani Stephe.t3an. representative of the Frisco Construction' Co., home' about 1:45 a. m. from :. .- s i I Ij. coming from persons high up! lead to a new segregation of
with whom Ii9 ft' newl a contract for the construction of a 10-unit motel to be located on U.S. Highway.1 a ride in the 45th 'Street and : p ; in the various offices of: Negro children, all of whom
near Lincoln Villa. Moncrief ,section with three, state government,the organi-i
The ne\r ny>tel is being biiilt at a cost of $40,003 and will feature ai <<:,laborae.na'k bar uith future men, she went home and zation 13 duty bound to speakout will be found in the lower

plans! calling for a sulmmuig; pool. The new structure will ba ready for o((' panc) li January, 1959.,)knocked on the. door. Her I in protest against the issuance -,tracks. In practise, this has
roommate opened the door a of, ,such misleading' not been the case, for a very
but was acting very strange. 4 statements and to provide, with which all
3 JACKSONVILLE YOUNG, MEN P > simple reason
:Miss' Stephens said she ask- for public consumption, facts- Florida's school officials 'ire
:
I. j *dIiss"Jamison what was to support the Negro's demands -, '
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KIIlEDINAUTOTRUCKCRAsl: r t the trouble. She answered by for an end to racial familiar: The l lower achievement -

saying she. was going to burnpfccraSr f a,. liz px s;: discrimination. and ,segregation of Negro children is
: 'So?;rS ifc th&l sr"" : .
; inthe:school systems of guaged by group averages
'time"she went to','the'kitchen la ''Florida.! "' s, '
Three young Jacksonville men were killed early last Fri < r |within' the group there"fi&9 ar'
in ,Iruck -accident when'a. pile of ,Urfd :Igot a gait P n' of kerosene "A ,1 ; i'
I day'morning a tragic -car j I- ,He said: detailed study:rang. of 'cap citi s1.d!.
pulp wood smashed in. their car. A fourth occupant of the trod started pouring it all made 'by ,this office has, revealed -.i sizeable of
river the bedroom' floor and : proportion Negro
death car is in Brewster Hospital with. severe injuries. DOROTHY CLAY JAMISONISABTLL that most of the statements -
.. set it afire: She said she gota !children tested always comes
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The death victims are I I that are being made in,
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ry Blake, 26, of 1771 West', Patrol Trooper R. L.Ad- dishpan! of water and put .. ..., opposition to desegregationof out equal to or superior to
way the' fire out. : ;::;: : "", :Nti: .:.::. ....; ".'4..;:'{
19th Street Jimmy Jones,a l : '. I schools not some of the white children.
; kins said. :; : : ; : :: ::> Florida's are I
After putting. the fire out: t : :
resident of Community Court'' 1! S2 ; much of the
Jones; a pasenger in the Miss Jamison t factual. In fact, The NAACP wonders if
picked a 32,
and Robert Bodie Of 1560 I car driven by Blake, was apparently ... Henry_. Blake revolver from a bedside up table -: '.b v : ..,.: information given to the: school officials feel that even
Madison Stret.. I --- ;
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.25 caliber : a is political. It is incon' children
holding a Miss press Negro whose test
Stephens said while
:
The injured man is Arte- pistol when he died. The clip I @l tw;; '; ;. .J JV. t they struggled for possession I ceivable that a person who'i,scores outclass those of white
mus P. Holly of 533 West! had been removed, Adkinssaid. .', ,j' "" .1 |I jof the pistol it discharged''I :,. f 1 j is in position to know the children are nevertheless un-

Beaver Street who sustained'I i I i,one time and the bullet .. facts and who is in positionto : able to measure up?
multiply injuries,. including, A .38 caliber weapon also '''. ......"p. .,. struck Miss Jamison in the >ncSr be well acquainted with j, "Furthermore, if the multi-
t
a fractured' leg. t also was found in a pocketin ;, :. _v ..... ... ch: $t. t.. the established body of scientific tracks system did result in all
the driver's clothing, the ) jiF' knowledge bearing on I the Negroes the
The four men, traveling ina Police said kerosene had being on
hard-top convertible, were| trooper reported.The $ & : :i 3I been poured all over the the subject of alleged racial i lowest rack, this would be
death car was on fire I > flor and a blanket that was ,., differences in' intelligence I ethically and morally a preferable
>
battered by the pulpwoodwhen when he arrived, Adkins said .1 draped over a trunk had been and in learning potential, ,: basis for segregating

their car ran up under but only one of the deceased. ; .: I burned. ; .N' .,.:.1: could issue statements such: them rather than on the ba

a semi-trailer truck driven by t: received any burns. i } x:t Miss Jamison was taken to ,. .': I IDS those that have appeared';sis of race ,as advocated by
Arthus M. :Morris, 41, Negro,1of FinilT BOMBS 'W :S+' '"St 'i Duval Medical Center by police -, .{ ..;... G- t '-.. I in the newspapers unless hej j i certain politicians and school

Gainesville, Florida High-: WITH BALLOTS ,\\liLam t.. UodleTHE !j ambulance, but was dead ,... ,4' .. .: I I has been operating with a officials in TTIirirr"As .
,I ;
---- -- ; arrival. ... set of blinders. I m--::
on She was pronounced }.. .'> to the amount of/
ENTIRE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO THE HAIR STYLE SHOW FASHION I dead by Dr. E.Mill-;' :. .:. ,".... : .I : N "Our study has revealed;',:'ferial and informatiori on
. SHOW AND DANCE MONDAY NITE NOV. 10th. 9 P.M. UNTIL AT THE ELK ar. The body was taken to that the so-called "mass in-,; hand and which is availableto

AUDITORIUM. the morgue. I' ':it\ ''egration" need not result in i all school officials! of the
j Patrolmen C. O. Beasley, ., : decline in the standard of, State, it canot be successfully -
J. R. Rocher and Sgts. J. _. ...:"_.:v:>t-.f.-v..... !' the schools; it has not so re-j challenged that the over-

g i Jones, E. P. Corley and J.M.J STEPHENS J'I suited in most systems which i I whelming pleponderance of

[Parker; investigated. Acid in killing j ji have accompanied desegregation authorities, .in psychology
t II by intelligent planning j and in education, are consistently -

j WEST PALM BEACH AllY.1VANiS\ That the integrated tyegro, on record that thereis
i i i children are two to three I, no acceptable scientific
behind their evidence hat
grades age) Negroes, enjoying -

___ ___ ___ IMMEDIATE SCHOOL INTEGRATION! groups among white childrenis identical f-v>iliies and
; clear evidence that their! cpportunities with whites,

i segregated education was In; are in any way intellectually -
,ferior. The of the inferior.
t MIAMI., A experience
I Negro attorney asked Federal court last
_ Washington, D. C., St. Louis "Whenever and wherever
at 1 Tuesday to order immediate admission of his son and I j
and other is that'Negro children have had the
.i other Negro children to West Palm Beach white s hool 1I systems
I The petition, filed on. behalf within a year they begin to,I game educational opportunities -
of Willitm Holland Jr.i iI I catch upsome, of course,) 'as white children they
I by his father, a West Pain I race. faster than others. 'I}havp demonstrated the fame

I Beach attcney, also asks:I Palm Beach school officials i He added, Washington,!! capacit; to lern. V/hcri;
(that the Palm Beach County I II have contended the applelate II the "multi-trask" system un-i they have suffered retarda-
l I School Board be directed to! der which children are separated t tion by renson of segregated:
court
The CHATMON BEAUTY SUPPLY COMPANY: invites every Beautician from (submit 'a plan for: "general t opinion did not require .I. into advanced,average :scltolir g, they have generally

everywhere to attend the BIGGEST BEAUTY .CLINIC-STYLE REVUE and FASH J 1!desegra on." t"immediate" integration. I and slow learning groups!'beaten very soar to catch up.
ION PARADE of the yean which will be held November 10th and 11th at Elk Auditorium Holland: asking enforcement I(irrespective of race)has been! "Either Florida's schol of-
712 Duval St.. Jacksonville. Fla. of a mandate issued I Woodyard Operator'I I found _.in 'practice to take.ficials we badly informed

FEATURING BILL SIMMONS OF IIEW YORK t 1 last month by the U. S. Cir I Fatally Wounded By I care of the problem posed by their field which is education,
: Mr. Bill Simmons. Head Hair Stylist of the Rose.Mela House of Beauty of New Unidentified Killer i slow or retarded pupils holding or they are making sure to
C;I' York City will be the featured ARTIST along with other lop Hair Stylists and Hair cult Court of Appeals at NowOrleans i :i back the more gifted. express views that will conform -

;.. Color' Experts of the Country. Mr.. Bill Simmons is a National, Demonstrator and S'chool which told the I i There is no reason why thisFOuld to the.oattemjjfliich is
Styles'over 100 heads per day. Since Mr. Simmons serves as the CHIEF .PERSU LAN 4( and Board, to. make a .! A Duval County woodyard not work equally well :safest and will insure re-eledt-

CONSULTANT, each beautician who attends the clinic will learn from Mr. Simmons .,t 120'"prompt good faith reasonable compliance.start"_.operator was shot and fatally I i in Florida. As a matter of. ion In the political climatein ":

'I how io get the best results WITH EASE AND SPEED in creating every type t The Circuit Court 'order' wounded last Friday night in f fact, a number of all-white which they must operate.
of siyU on all textures of hair with the new PERSULAN 'WATER REPELLENT s ... S .
reversal
was a of 'a decisionby front of 2118 Morehouse Road !schools have chosen to adopt
r CREME PRESS. The P.ersulan? Creme Press Hari-Do was done by BillSimmons at District Judge ; Florida Star Editorials :
the National Hair Style Contest. held In Miami In August, vroa the' 1St'Prho Moat who had ruled Emett the C. where he was found on the I I multi-track; classes in order w '
A -ground Patrolmen to'' with the problem -SPEAK. FOR P idGRES "
Trophy. third grade' pupil was sotbeing by County j jIe. I .-prp- .. .
Hundreds of dollars in PERSULAN door .prlxes of PEHSULAS CREME PHZS5. .. rxcluded' from the .' F.; Carpeiter 'and It: L. seated by the substantial Sea ,Pa i !
I 't e.i vro !
:, : PEBSUL?.1i BERGAMOT.. and PEPJ5ULAN SCALP TREA7M2NT wi'I' be Hven. ovanu i ; .
Northboro School: bEcst, cf C : ; numbers of sI o 1i '
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,. : THE FLORIDA STAR r .;:..:-;,:-.'::.-.,-.,: ,' 7'T "Politics As Usual"By

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:. NEWSPublished ERIC O. SIMPSONThe
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The Florida Star Publishing Co. -
by general electio was almost a forgotten issue, inso-
"Member ef Associated d Negro Press"Eric
ii: far as Negroes in Jacksonville and Duel County were con-
O. Simpson EditorC. t cerned.

Parham Johnson News Staff I The lack of interest displayed by the Negro political

Attamae Richardson Circulation Dept. NIGH maneuverers in Tuesday's general election was very noticeable -

COURT t .i and that disinterest can be traced to one thing-
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: ._.-.. the absence of camnaian monev.f .
2323 Moncrief Road EL 4-8782 EL 4-67;3Downtown +'1i. V ;-. It is shameful I -
Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 433 i that.url I
:
.
ced Thursday that the books
Mailing Address: I itQ Negro= political j will be opened starting Monday -

P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1, Florida I II.r leaders did not j and will close some timein
turn a stone to i March. Civic and Social
SUBSCRIPTION RATES _> .< efeat oft
&. J any Clubs should start right now
One Year, $5.00; Half Year S3.00: Three Months. $1.80 he candidates {! urging fellow citizens to get

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. 4. .: who are vowedantiNegro i i iw registered.We ,

Subscription Payable in Adrance. Send Check or Money Order To: .i .. : because need to take this matterof

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA I r ,. r rr M.r I. .: .: :. there I regristration very seriously
? .. t because we need to get readyto
/- .. &-' ':.' .'l.. '.. ;was no moneybag do some house cleaning in
THE to stimu-
JAX URBAN LEAGUE r f < the city council. There are
:ate them to several undisirables holding
L MI Simpson action. I office on the council who have

HEEDS YOUR SUPPORT ;i'4i'.. ,, ip -...;-.s"..._...- Judging' from the light allover t repeatedly worked against the
-I ii I'1 vote cast in Duval last best interests of all the peo-

The Jacksonville Urban League is currently conductinga ;-::,- Tuesday, States Righter Geo. ple. '
B. *
drive to raise $15,000 to carry on its work for the coming ri Stallings could have been
defeated had the Negro pol- i I see where the idea of sel-
i
year in Duval County. \ itical men gotten their so- l ling the municipal golf course
It is our hope that every Negro citizen will send a con- r ,.. caled organizations to get out is being fostered among mem-
tirbution to the League, whether they are approched by i M and stir Negro citizens to vote I, bers of the City Commission.It .

solicitors or not because it vital that we support this organization 8Sr |i for the republican candidate. would be very foolish on
i rv
lest it is forced to close its doors and caese its workin i 6 3 t II They, have all gone into hibernation ii the part of the commission to

the community. I and will probablycome resort to such action. Com-
\
For the benefit of Jaxon who may not know the predica- 4 ov. 1 t.Ll.i: up on "Ground Hog missioners who would vote to

ment in which the Urban League stands, this is the story: t} ,Day" depending on how the carry out such a plan purelyas
recieved from the \moolah is being circulated for I a political stroke to
1956 the had get
Up to League support
HOW WILL HE BE PERMITTED TO GET AWAY WITH IT...?
I Community Chest fund which gives financial assistance to I LONG.. I the 1959 Anril citv elections. some white (anti-Neerro) vote
I Next year will be a.big-e-Iec will find it backfiring in their
\organizations doing worth while work in the community. I ,
However, because Lester Granger, executive secretary of I tion year. The mayor and faces.If .
r'rflie National Urban League said a few things that some I i members of both the., city a poll were taken of golf-
demegogues -didn't like one local big-wig suggested that Your Weekly council and city commission ers, don't be surprised if the
will for election.It shows that
come up pol most golfers
national
the local branch should disaffiliate itself from the
is time that-Negro citi- !do not to
object
Negros using
body. when the Jacksonville board of directors refusedto Horoscope Guide
zens begin evaluating the the greens on a n unrestrictedbasis.
do so the Jacksonville Urban League was cut off from. work
of the commissionersand .
Chest United Fund .
Community support.It WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR councilmen.The Moreover, just think of the
is up to us now-Negro citizens and democratic Whites city commission, as a number of people who standto
who are aware of the League'sin valuable work'. in the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL whole has put through some lose city jobs if the courses

community keep it going. worth while projects, the I are sold. If the city gov-
Send your construbtion today to the Jacksonville Urban By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER most important being the out- ,ernment starts selling its

League, 109 East Union Street, Jacksonville, Fla. t lining of the City Improve- holdings rather than permit
ment Program which was Negros free use of them I
ARIES LEO SAGITTARIUSBorn I accomplished by cooperation can see a lot of other munici-

NEGROES TRADING ,WITH FIRMS Born March 21 thru April 19 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 and teamwork on the part of pal projects being sold and a
Those who are wedded You are being very power Nov. 23 thru Dec. 211 the. commissioners. lot of people [losing their jobs

should fully realize the risks fully impelled by your impulses The 'troubles you may I Flemming Bowden, super- with the city or their civil
THAT TREAT THEM BETTER. AND entailed when the spirit of as well as by an in- think you are escaping could visor of regristration announ- service status where it exists.
.. adventure takes them along salisable ambition to seek be as nothing compared to I

bypaths. Good bookkeepingand public acclaim or to win sup what you would find on the I! -

COOPERATE WITH OUR EFFORTSEach the prompt payment of port for ideas and causes other end. Devote yourself, ." -
outstanding bills, taxes and that run far above the ordi- from the 11th on, to the discovery r

week that goes by brings new indications that the partnership obligations are nary. This can become the of your inner nature I Letters *
recommended in order to source of explosive situations and to finding out where it tothe S MAIL
Negro buying public is becoming' more conscious in many forestall pressing demands among your neighbors and may be betraying you into I

ways.Letters that are foreshadowed for the within the family, especiallyif doing the wrong things at I
and telephone calls which we receive each day that follows the in the right time and vice versa
period on you persist having your Editor
from our readers tell us that Negroes are becoming more heels of the 11th. way, come what may 8th You lessen the disappointments 66 ;;....1

sensative about the type of treatment accorded them in 2- -22-2ft-21-232 thru 10th. You should find that occupy such a r
local stores. There is every evidence that increasing num- those neaT and dear willingto large place in existence when
bers of Negro men and women are showing resentment to TAURUS discuss differences and to you place your ideals first I
being called by their names by white salesmen and agents. Born April 20 thru May 20 follow your' lead in. I and materialism last. Dear Citizens:

Negroes are beginning to cut off their trade with establish- If you have started some- 4-40-33-38- 1443VIRGO 8-70-77-68-75-876
ments where they get the boy-girl treatment and are turn thing under the impulse of i CAPRICORNIBom We are deeply concerned why more of our progressive

ing to establishments where they are accorded the respectof the moment, it could possibly I minded people do not patronize Negro owned businesses as
full-grown men and women. explode and get completely' Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 they should.
out of control. The immediate The conflict between
your If allow or
Negro citizens are beginning to realize that they can you yourself We we have beer which
make their vict ns could irs your logical mind,intuitive promp others to overthrow this say too many joints we do. We
ment. More spending colored dollars work for progress and advance- marital, public and family tings and the opinions of sound principle, you can be say we do not have any place for our boys and girls to work
and
So and So men women are inquiring whether relationships with repercus- others is one that can make fairly certain that the lesson when they finish high school. We don't. We say we do not
product employs Negro salesmen before
buy the item and there is they sions affecting your personal I you giddy, if you allow your will be brought home to you like the way we are being addressed down town by the clerks.I .
indication
that
every with a very and professional interests 8th self to be swayed from one!'in rather and
few the unexpected explosive don't. We say we don't stick together, we won't.We .
exceptions, products which have been
serviced by thru 10th. The indications on j extreme to another. Be will-i ways ((8th thru 10th).
Negro salesmen in the community have shown steady in- the 11th are that your human I ing to face the truth about ,i A new cycle which starts on know of a young man who put a nice hosiery storeon

creases over the past two years. ties are far more importantthan I yourself from the 8th thru i the llth should give you a Myrtle Avenue where you can go in and be treated.like

Negroes are buying more products sold by Negroes and you may realize and i 10th, making the necessary|I chance 'to regulate your human beings, yet we won't patronize him as we should. He
are switching their trade to firms that employ Negroes that you should concentrate sacrifices and adjustments ; I as as any place
or 'advertise in the Negro newspaper. henceforth in making them that will restore faith in your:;t along more construc- else.

Negroes are supporting their local and national newspapers unbreakable. I self. If you have any writing I tive lines. Be guided by your
and magazines in larger numbers than at anytime in 310111315315GEMINI abilities, pr already have I conscience and profound con Why don't we give him our trade where he can some-

our history. authored some works, you victions. day have a department store and hire your daughter or mineas
Born 21 thru June 21 should submit them to agents 41022-13-21-410
May
: On the local front it has been found that Negro buyers You have or publishers from the 11th I clerks. It seems as if our leading ministers would encour-.
good reason
are responding in larger numbers to advertisements may AQUARIUSBorn age their members to do so. '
appear-
on.
to resent the and!t,
in the pressures
ing Negro press or aired on Negro programmed da- actions of the people you cannot I 9-80-66J78-65-986 I Jan. 20tE thru Feb. 18 Signed: ,

dio stations. They are trading with firms that are coopera- avoid, but it would be I I LIBRA : You have too much < at I Rev. Toney McFadden Rev. D. J. Graham

ting in Negro Projects. In the'case of theNegro Press, our self-defeating if you express i, Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 ]stake to jeopardize your long! Rev. R. J. Blaine Atty. Ernest D. Jackson

colored citizens are supporting firms which advertise in your opinions too candidly I I Whether you are trying to', range objectives through a Rev. D. B. Thorpe, Sr. Rev. S. L. Calhoun

the Negro press because they know that the Negro Press this week. Forego your plea-;',I live up to the Joneses or misunderstanding; with those II' Rev. A. J. Dayley Rev. J. S. Johnson u
sures if'' are overly ner-, they are trying to inveigle who share them
you with
stands '
for and you Rev. Richard L. Wilson Rev. L. Holmes
progress defends the ''i
of in
rights colored citi a glamorous and vast
you
vous or subject to physical ((8th-9th). It is beter to give
zens. letdowns 8th-9th. Carelessness -', enterprise, you are invitinga up an immediate advantage:! Rev. E. L. Wilcox Rev. T. E. Shehee

with electrical equip-'' setback, if you do not put which seems only tenuousat | Rev. W. J. Jones Rev. W. R. Akery

ment or spedy conveyances s on the brakes early and hard: best and to base your!i' Rev. M. J. Trowell Rev. E. J. Thomas

SUPPORT THE'DRIVEFOR should not be condoned fora enough. Be especially cool to hopes on the future and the I Rev. R. B. Brooks
single minute anything that is presentedto I .
on the part happiness, that_ it holds_ in1
of yourself or those dear to you, no mater how attrac- store for you. You should re
BETTER TREATMENTOF you. "- j tive .it may seem, from the view your whole program of
6-90-88-89-86-698 8th thru 10th. Charm, senti-,: business or professional activity -'

CANCER I ment and excitement may, after the 11th and
: be the tool used to weaken,
NEGROES LOCAL FIRMSI Born June 22 thru July 22 resistance build :' place it on a more realistic'and
your so up workable basis.
If you can manage to hold I your defenses accordingly. | t
636832987637ISCES
would like to see a new policy of better ,treatment yourself above, the level of 76055-58-53-763 t
to Negro CUfiomfin Bftanfad Kw tv1 flP'I'I'tILI I' SCORPIOBorn t
disputation, which seems to I
resent being called by my first name by salesman Oct. 24 Ihru Nov. 22 Our very liberal Each account Is
and salesvyouiun. be a favorite human pastime,: I Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 II earnings ,are com- 1 c1 to
Business, appointments or D.U r. up
I believe that Negro palrona Mould be provided the friends and cherished. i j, honors that you expected in I If you want to make.an unusual pounded 'Semi- 110.000 hy the

ample rest room facilities in kcal eddahUshmeata and ones who may feat so dispose:'' return for outstanding. personal j 3 showing by resorting, Annually on Say't f 0 Federal Saving
an end put to Jim-crow to extraodinary, and possibly fags in this Association '
alga on drinking fountains will find that it is futile to.; achievements could be Z3 %) and Loan trim
and rest r.ome.To t I dangerous techniques you which is
denied because of sud-
pick a with But you a
quarrel ruAlIIIIr: '
!E
accomplish then.changes I you. may be inviting mishaps that chartered nd supcrriMd : &nee Corp0atlon,
am wllllag to cease den shake-up in high -
give them the and quar- ---
o patronizing fines chat are uawffilng fb meet these opening ters or the reversal of of- could make inroads into your by the sauthorised by aa
requests. you will suddenly find yourself ficial atitudes or promises. cash reserves besides weigh- 'V.s. GortnunontVS ad of Cosgtw

NAME in the thick of controversies -,I(I Do not allow anything to ing heavily on your mind or

emotional ,storms and I i I create a state of mind that conscience. Make your ''well-

ADDRESSI costly complications 8th-9th.![I would cause you to defy au- being and peace of mind your

Nothing will be sure on these!| thority or do something exceedingly main concerns from the 8th
understand that my nam. will be Held confidential aid the following days except -(I rash 8th-9th. It is thru 10th as then inner com- anil I ltmja'iioii
unless la&etiied other!** below. I!essential to your welfare to pulsions and external circumstances
that chance' is
a most
combine to create an
.( ) You may dtorloee my nime.lf> necessary undependable protect yourself from ven- mixture.
companion.: I,tures that can. I explosive
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FALL FESTIVALSLATED PROGRESSIVE CLUB

TO PRESENT RECITAL


AT NEW Henry Shepherd and Miss

Deborah Smiley will be presented -
.. -.t- I in a recital by the
/ By ;. Club of
STANTON HIGH Matron Progressive
I LOUISE G. GUINYARDIt t : ;,
i Second Baptist Church, No-
lJ. vember 16 after the evening
worship in the auditoruim of
A Fall Festival will be presented -:

was fun to mingle with Les Regalettes membersand x < s k by the Band Parents I the church.Mr. .
guests when they met et the Lincoln Golf and Country Club of New Stanton Senior Shepherd is a memberof

Club last Thursday evening. :Mrs. Johnnie Byrd was hostess. High School, November 17 in St. Paul AME Church and
Among special guests were Mesdames Louise Stockton 3. the gymnasium at 7 p.m. Miss Smiley is a member of
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and Lillie Pearl Thorpe. There will be a call meet- Second Baptist Church.Mr.

'As the meeting was held on the eve of Halloween, the ing, November 12 to complete Shepherd will be ac
Mrs. Rosa Lee
group naturally had several "trick or treat" skits. r Y. : plans for the presentation. I companied by -
( Glass and Miss Smiley will
t "":
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showered Mrs. Henry Persons planning for the
Birthday gifts were upon Georgia *
( I' b e accompanied by Mrs.
and Mrs. Evelyn Florence. presentation are: Mrs. Ruth Olivia Smith.MARCHAEL.
Attending the meeting were Mrs. Evelyn Hughes, :Mrs. 'd"U' ; I ;' iiW. : Solomon, Mrs. L. Mallory, ,.
Mildred J. Pauline, Mrs. Alberta Dillard, Mrs. Annie Laura S. : i : ?Mrs. Ernestine Austin, L.' CIRCLE

Pinckney, Mrs. Alice Slater, Miss Alma Costello, Mrs. _____u______ ,\ .-.,.; .,"' .M. ....,_ .. ., ..." ;. M y rt e r, Paul Owens, P I'
Frankie McGee, Mrs. Helen Morrell, Mrs. Gloria Andersonand Cheatman, George White,! HOLD REGULAR: MEETThe
FASHION SHOW-Basileus Estelle Williams,is discussing the Ebony Fashion Fair with Mrs.
I
Mrs. Lillian Dennis. 'Mrs. Bevelyn Demps,
Committee Chairmen. From left to right, So rors Pearl Miller, Publicity, Amy Curry, '
Viola
Victoria White, Mrs. ;, Marchael Neil Garden
1 Coronation, Annie Ruth Williams, Program, Julia Hazzard, Awards, Lillian Austin, Properties -
Mrs. :Marie McClain was hostess when the yet unnamed Irma Word, Ushers, and Alma Daniels, Social. Hall, Mrs. Thomasina Ford?! Circle held its regular meet-

Friday night group met at the Country Club last Friday .. Mrs. :Mildred Hampton, Alon-j ing recently at Daniels College -
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evening. :70 King, Mrs. Thelma Howard Inn., 1632 Kings Road.
RETIRED TEACHERS ASSN. HOLDS MEET
"Mrs. Ora McIver was the lone guest and received a MASONIC GROUP I i Ii
I Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, Mrs. Serving as hostesses for
lovely gift from the hostess. i ---- --- I
Club prk.es were won by Mrs. Lois A. Randall Mrs. I A meting was held recently i held, November 12 at 3 p. m. |Janie Madry. t i the meeting were Mrs. Margaret -

Alvenia Scriven and Mrs. Vermal McCone. PLANS SERVICEAll : by the Duval County RetiredTeachers Data dealing with every im-, Mrs. Sadie Gibson, Mrs. E. I Daniels, Mrs. Cleola

Mrs. Scriven and Mrs. Bonnie Bush were welcomedas Association recently p.discussed of the day will MundyMrs.. Ethel Bracey, Clemons, Mrs. Etta Deas,
t I in the home of Mrs. Mamie i by the new comm I
members of the club. Duncan and Mrs.
new Mrs. Sarah Jackson, Mrs. M. Mrs. Daisy
it tee led Mrs. A. B.
,
Rodgers Simpkins.A by
Other members present included Mrs. Sylvester Bos- I
Cave.
Worshipful Mrs. Vermeil Sims, Minnie
1\lasters'l music Coleman. Herring,
movie depiciting ,
sard Mrs. Lois Avery Randall Mrs. Vermal J. McCone I
Past Masters and Master Ma Annie -
the shown : Mrs. H Howard and Mrs. L. Mrs. Fleming preSided
I i through ages was Visitors are welcome to attend ,
Mrs. Evelyn Galvin, Mrs. Mattie Montgomery. Mrs. Grace son of Jacksonville, Duval'
tracing tones from monopho-1 the Belton. I over the meeting.
I
Sykes and Mrs. Zelma Johnson. meeting.
and adjacent counties, work:: riic chant's of 1500 B. C. ,
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v ing under the protection of; through- polyphonic renditions -

The El Dorado Club was the setting for the recent the Most Worshipful Union! down to music of today.\

meeting of the Hellenesians. Mrs. Leola Dudley was the Grand Lodge of Florida, The next will be
meeting I
charming hostess. Price Hall Affiliation, Inc.,', Davis Furniture Co. It'

C. H. Henry, grandmastershave I
Special guests on this occasion were Mrs. Vanorian I
been asked to assemble.
ENTRE SOCIALITESPLAN
Schell and Mrs. Grace Singleton. Mrs. Schell was the recipient -
at the Masonic Temple, 410 ,
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of the guest prize: Brand Street at 12 o'clock'i I; NEXT MEETINGThe I

Club prizes were won by Mrs. Kathryn Robinson, Mrs. November 9. i '

Margaret Williams and Mrs. Evelyn Barnes. A motorcade will be j Entre Nous Socialites; Autumn Sale

Mrs. Pearl Miller, Mrs.. Claudia Jenkins, Mrs. Bernice formed at this time and will 1|! held a meeting"recently in I
to Jacksonville Beach to the home of Mrs. Deloris
Hamilton, Miss Bernice Griffin, Mrs. Carolyn Washington, go assist the H. Y. Brown Lodge Brown. Plans for the Thanksgiving -I

Mrs. Geraldine Jones, Mrs. Leona Bennett and Mrs. Kathryn 458, Charley Refore Worshipful -J Basket and. Christmas
Robinson members I Master party were discussed. I I
in
were among present. laying a cornerstone -
at St. Andrew AME J I Four new members were'i sOtRemOV-A-TOP
Church, the Rev. G.V..accepted with i the group. ; III
The Cosami Bridge Club met at the Country Club last Smith, pastor. t They are Mrs. Rosa Exton,'
with all members 'Miss Annie Laurie Latimer I
.Tuesday evening present. .
Various auxiliaries of the
On this occasion members exchanged gifts with '"secret"I organization have been invited -,iMrs. Flossie Parsons and Gas 1

to attend. Service will:Miss Catherine Lang. ; Range $1000 .
1 Members at the
sisters.High scorers for the evening wer Mrs. Elizabeth Sim-I AME begin at Church.2 p.m. at St. Andrew meeting were present: Miss Severia Ill

mons, Mrs. Eddie Mae Johnson, and Mrs. Marie McClain. Boles, Miss Doreatha Toby, ._-==
Other members present included Mrs. Johnnie Mae Mrs. Jeanetta Scriven, Mrs. I

Roberts, Mrs. Bernice Henderson, Mrs. Vermal McCone, CLUB NOTES Gladys Nelson, Mrs. Deloris $850 PER
i Mitchell, :Mrs. Beulah Kim- r LIFETIkiIE
Mrs. Lula and Mrs. Lois
Courtney Randall. I MONTH
. I ble and the nostess.I GUARANTEED
Mrs. Catherine Jackson and Mr. T. V. Thomas motored, GOODWILL SEWING I The next meeting will be HANDt SERY OVEN .

to Orangeburg. South Carolina 'last week-end to witness I CLUB GIVES PARTYA held in the home of Mrs. SHELF :

the game between S C.' State and Florida A & M Unirer-I Bingo Party was Essie D. McCray with MissS. ; FY
sponsored
Boles serving hostess. GIANT,
sity. They visited Mrs. Jackson's son, Mr. Reid Jackson, II. by the Goodwill Sew- as
a student at S C. State. ing and Saving Club recently 2 REGULAR
SILVER TEA PLANNED
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ----= BURNERS
Samuel Cherry, 2060 West FOR CHURCH BOARDA
Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin was hostess to the Zenith Bridge 16th Street.

Club last Saturday evening at a meeting held in her home Silver Tea will be givenin AUTOMATIC BEMOVABLE

at 2305 Teal Street. Seminole Club Luncheon the home of the Rev.and TOP BURNER DRIP
Members 0 ft.e Florida Mrs. Namon Fennel for the i TRAYS
Mrs. Julia Brooks and Mrs. Lois A. Randall were LIGHTING
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State Association of ColoredVomen's benefit of the Pastor's Aid i .$
special guests, both receiving beautiful gifts from. the \ Clubs were entertained Board of St. 'John Baptist : \. _

hostess. .
with a luncheon recently Church, November 9 from 4
Club prizes were won by Mrs. Janie Reynolds,. Mrs. by the Seminole Cul-I, to'6 p. m. I

Inez Washnigton, and Mrs. Mary Dumas. ture Club of which Mrs 'The j junior church will tvu

Bessie Gordon is president.The sponsor a program, November ACID ... L strE
Dr. and Mrs. E. Washington left the city Sunday club met recently in 16 at 3 p.m. for the bene-'' RESISTANTPORCELAIN # t lor
for a two weeks vacation in New York City. the home of the prisident at fit of the pool fund. Miss -t t
1002 West 8th. Street. The Bar bar. a Walker and Mrs. ENAMEL LV

$ Shirley Lee Floyd will be the
; ; -" '. previous meeting was held in
r :: ; : : : ] the home of Mrs. Serena 1 sponsors.

.. Carn on West 7th. Street.
REMOVABLE *

GAMMA RHO OMEGA CHAPTER j) :-1 ABOUT'Inez I 1C' NON TILT
GRA-Y CLUB TWIN RACKS

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY j. HOLDS MEETING STORAGCOM
J 4PoacELA1N
} a. sa The Gray-Y Club Advisorsand Mrs. Flynn of 2025 PARTMENTSFULL !
,: York St., Southside, returned
School Principals
Presents A Elementary -
V held a meeting recently to the city recently from,
Benefit. Performance ;. at James Weldon Johnson New Orleans, La., where she .

of the ; Branch YMCA with the exe- visited her daughter, Mrs.I
F Deloris Allen. r '
1 Mrs
cutive secretary, Jesse W. Flynn BASE
Word. visited friends in Mexico and o Oo -
F2BONY J : before
Mississippi returning
"The Forward Look of the
Gra-Y Clubs" was discussed home. I .t -

() rAIf1 during the meeting. I Dr. C. S. Williams returned J

\ to the city from Chef's
f1100tifl \\rS. Moms & Dads club plans recently Remov-A-Top
Doll Wedding II Washington, D. C. where he
attended a conference relative
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The Mom and Dads Club Most sensational kitchen idea I
to transportation for the DelightGAS
r of Milnor Street Nursery I in years.The sturdy range top
i iI I I AME Women's Missionary
I School held a meeting recently. -:! lifts easily. Can be removed
,. Mrs. Marie Hoffman Quadrennial meeting which and set aside or can be
tK lattst faituoni for n n andWom president I .
e around the world. e presided at the meet- will be held, in Detroit, Mich: propped up in'place.. Porce-
in July. lain enameled Burner Box.
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1951. ing.The # SIZE RANGE Makes cleaning Burner Box
1.00 P.M. : : newly organized group The Rev. H. S. Jackson, Sr. as easy as wiping off just the
Dvval County Armory k; has enacted plans for a paper is still ill at his home at top of.an old fashioned i range.
doll wedding. No more odors from spill- \t
EBONY' moil beautiful MOd.1s l will 1489 Grothe Street. He is al Completely In- .beers ....no more accumulation -
feature cut the new looks from Paris Dean James A. member of the Baptist Ministers stalled with large 9 5 of g rears and food.
Espy of
and Rome. and Brotherhood Alli-t lank of gas $12 1 9
Edward Waters College, and ance of Duval and adjacent .I
Mrs. :Mary Alice Smith instructor I
INFORMATION CALL: -j i counties, Independent Bene-' ,
in secondary educa- : Only .
Miss Estelle T.Williams Elgin 4-6916 f volent Association of Ante
Mrs.Ruth C.Solomon Elgin 44030 tion, atended the sixth an-! rica, ;Inc., Lodge 3; and a .
Mrs.Alma Do"i.ls Elgin 3-0232 nual All-College Conference;member ot 1t. Sinai Baptist Do '
i' -:- We Our Own Financing -:- '" ,.: ,
recently at Florida Normal,Church..J r. .
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', 's ,
College. s OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. \

_______________ Mrs. Elnora H. Johnson of \ -

z A recent survey finds that! 1016 E. Union Street returned -
newspaper readers would like'' to the ,city recntlYtfrom j:
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more scientific news, includ-I New York City, where Furniture Company

ing medical news. she was.guest of her brother, DAVIS
of those polled said that they C. Hampton; and Mr. and
Phone EL 3-5791
135 Broad St. :
would willingly give up some Mrs.John Davis. She visited
other kinds of news to make relatives and, friends in Philadelphia

this expanded coverage possible Pa. and' Yonkers, I
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.CHURCH NEWS if; r Women's Day will be observed in the Mt. Zion

: w. ssy AME Church, November 16 with Mrs. Gussie Torrence as

.. general- chairman. -
Heading the committee in

.. harge of the program is Mrs.G. is under the supervision of
Tag St. Thomas Senior choir ST. PHILIPS CHURCH IY B. Gardner, former gene- Mrs. Florida Dwight. Mrs. M.

Sets Musical SPONSORS CONCERT ral chairman of the historic Smith is chairman of the pa-

Members of the St. Philips .. + 1j event. Music for the day will tron committee and the en-
Senior Choir No. 1 of St. Episcopal Church will .sponsor __
be directed by Mrs. Mabel tertaininment committee is
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Church will 3
Thomas Baptist the St. Augustine College t 4 Y. Oliphant. 11rs.Vilhelmenia under the leadership of Mrs.
be presented in its annual Choir of Raliegh, N. C., in a 'w B Skinner is in charge of the' Leona Lawson. Mrs. Charlotte

musical. November 17 in the concert, December 2 at 8 p.m: ''">: group responsible for decora- Brown is in charge of the
auditorium of the church at t\t
in the auditorium of New j I
> tions. Named to direct the|secretarial staff and publicityis
8:15: m. The choir will be \
p. Stanton '
Senior School. .
accompanied by Cecil B. High I : ... group in charge of finance:, directed by Mrs. Elnora
The ::;
program is being presented is Mis Alethia Frazier. The
Fisher. '
Holy Communion services b y the church as one, CONTESTANTS Three of the contestants in the Ebony Fashion to be held on Nov. 11 in ways and means committee':Gay.Participants to take part in

of its cultural activities. here. Fr m left are Misses Clara Walker llaxineVil -- ------- --- the observance Mrs. Wil-
were administered by the the Duval County Armory are seen : -, i are:

pastor, the Rev. W. C. Neal MACEDONIA BAPTIST luuns and. Bety____Ar.derson. I: I CHOIR TO HAVE helmenia Skinner, Miss Ale

recently and the combined SPONSORS ANNUAL TEA ASSOCIATION GROUP : 46TH ANNIVERSARYThe Dwight thia Frazier, Mrs., M.Mrs.Smith.Florida Mrs.
choirs furnished music for GOSPEL GROUPPI.ANSPROGRAM1 CHURCH OF GOD
the services. An annual tea will be spOn- I PLANS HONOR EVENT 46th anniversary of Leona Lawson, Mrs. Charlotte

sored by Choir No. 1 of Thoir No. 1 of Sweetf ield Baptist Brown Mrs. G. Torrence.

Ebenezer Adult Group Greater Macedonia Baptist I BRUNS'VICK-Evangelist SLATES ANNUALCONVOCATION Church will be held on The purpose of the pro-

.. Slates Symposium Church,. 24th and Franklin R. L. Lambert will be honored Monday, November 10, at 8 gram is for the women to

Street, November 16 at 3 p.m by the Southeast Georgia p.m. in the auditorium of the rededicate themselves to the

A social will be sponsoredby I in the home of Mrs. Rixie Association with a program, : I church. role in' the church community
A will be presented -
the Young Adult Groupof Cook. program AME; November 16 at' 8 p. m. in1 Participants on the program the opportunity to present -
in the Varick Chapel ,
benezer Methodist A program has been arranged -: November 10 the Perry Elementary School.| will be Mrs. Priscilla a series of cultural' and
Church
Zion
Church, November 8 at 9:30: for the affair. The female Silver Bells of I Hosley, Mrs. IreneVay, Mrs. j spiritual development program
by Congregation Gospel The seventh} annual convoc-
; Pauline Mrs. Ellen Tis-
Sipley,
jO. m. and 2:30: p. m. in the Macon, Ga. will be the -'| and to provide fundsto
Chorus at 8 special ation of the Churchof
p. m. Apostelic dale 'Irs. Vera Lee Roberson,
social rooms of the,church.A MT. SALEM CHURCH guest for the affair. : supplement the church
The is being God in Christ Command-
program spon- Mrs. Novel Williams, and Mi's.
symposium, "What Is
le Church" will be discuss PLANS GOSPEL EVENT sored by Mrs. Nona Ruth, Others to appear are: Ge-{ment Keepers will convene in Thelma Green president of budget.
,
of the The Mt. Salem Baptist Freeman for the benefit of| noa Martin, Lewis Faisoni,I the Apostolic Church of God the choir will give words of .
by representatives ,Church, 1247 W. 22nd Street the "M i sse G C" contest,, the Watkins Sisters, the Lat' in Christ, 1203 W. 22nd St., appreciation.The EPHESIAN CHURCH
of the
organizations church. will present "Gospel Train",I which will terminate, Novem'i iI ter Day Trio, the FriendlyFive November 916. following:visiting choirs SLATES ASSOCIATION

DEACON ROBERT 'SAMS November 21 in the audit i I ber 30. U. i j the Southern TravelersMrs. The initial sermon will be 1 will give selections:*Antioch
rium of the church. I Some of the participants to E Iou i s e Bullard, the I delivered by Elder J. C. Clark, Baptist, Beulah Baptist, Pal- '

Deacon PLANS FOR Robert RECITAL Sams of The Rev. H. L. Herod, Celestial I appear on the program are: I Sykes Gospel Singers, the Mt.i j, November 9 at 8 p.m. I mer Grove1 Baptist, Little The sixth annual session of

First Spiritual Singers and I the Dixie Jubilee Singers,!' Morum Baptist Youth Choir: The business session will Rock Baptist Mt. Calvalry the Gateway Baptist Associa-

Baptist Church will be ,others will participate on the the Latimore Singers, the[ and others. I II open, November 10 with Bishop Baptist Mt. Cannan Baptist, tion and Women's Home Mis-
presented in a recital in theMt. I
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M. C. H. sion and Educational Convention -
I presid-
Vernon program. Golden Jubilee Singers, the I Cooper Day Spring Baptist, First
Church
Sunday November Baptist Invitations have been extended Singing Trumpets, the Mas-' HARVEST TEA SET ing and exhortation by P. Baptist, Evergreen Baptist, will convene in the
9, at 7:00p. : ,Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa. Ephesian Baptist Church the
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m. to the public to attend 1 ter Keys, Celestial Spiritual AT BETHEL CHURCH Union Progressive Baptist,
The the program. Singers, the Willing Workers! .1 On November 14 the Young St. John Baptist, Tabernacle Rev. \V. 'L. Bell, host pastor,
program is being presented I Singers, Suwanneeaires, the|I People will be in charge of the Baptist St. Luke Baptist Jer- November 5-9.
for the benefit of the Gospel Crusaders, Mrs. Essie1 I An annual Harvest Tea service at noon. "Let No Man usalem Baptist, and St. Peters The entertaining committee ,
LADIES AUXILIARY '
Ladies Auxiliary to Long will be sponsored by the Youth" will be the
I Mae Thomas, Mrs. Maggie[ Despice Thy Baptist. presented pre-opening
'PLANS
shoreman no. 36, of which RECITAL Hines and the Church of God Senior Choir of Bethel Bap-(discussed. D. Cooper will give Presentation will be made program.On .

Mrs. Carie Mallard serves as Robert Sams will be presented -i I in Christ Singers. I tist Church, November 16 the lecture and Elder H. Walker by Mrs. Novel Wiliams, with November 8 the Rev.
president.REV. : in a recital, November from 4 to 6 in the basement will deliver the 8 Rev. D. B. Barnes
I i Miss Lorene Sheppard will i pjn. p.m. sermon pastor giving G. G. Webb will deliver the
9 in the Mt. Vernon Baptist of the church. I __ the benediction.
I serve as mistress jof ceremo- I I address at 10:30: a.m. with
G. W. Church the ,
CROCKETT by Ladies Auxiliary :
-i'I nies. Chorus of Summerville: Mrs. Inez Jones is the An appreciation program the Rev. F. P. Alex serving

CLOSES ANNIVERSARY I!I 36, International Longshoreman's Baptist* Church will be the chairman of. the program:! will-be rendered at 8 p.m. in CHURCH BOARD as alternate.The .
The Rev. G. W. Crockett i Association. 4 I I
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serving chorus.Invitations I committee and Mrs. Lillian the honor of Bishop M. C. II. closing session wiil
pastor of Harmony Baptist]1*I The program will begin at have been extended Robinson Mrs. Ethel Murray I Cooper by Mrs. L. Jolmsdn, : with Schoolat
begin
Church, Second and Tyler 7 pjn. featuring the artist in I,i Mrs. D. Davis and Mrs. Sunday
to the general public and Mrs. Isabell .Harris, co- C. K. '!I, 9:30 The Rev. J. N.
SPONSORS TEA : a.m.
Streets will close the observance -I J gospel and spiritual songs. to attend the program chairmen. William Streets is I Mitchell\ committee.The I Williams will deliver the
of his 25th anniversary closing service will be-
I l the president.
as pastor of the church on SHAW MEMORIAL MRS. CORETHA BYRD ,gin at noon, November 16, A "Harvest Home Tea" will t sermon for 11 a.m. service
November 9. j t TO HOLD SERVICE I, Members of the- refresh-i Elder James Coleman will de- be sponsored by Deaconess 'i and the laymen will be in
I 1 1t l
The Rev. C. A. Weaver,I Services at Shaw Memorial GIVES SONG FEAST cent committee are: Mrs.I,liver the closing address. Board No. 1 of Bethel Baptist charge of the 2 p.m. service.

pastor of Day Spring Baptist I Church, November 11 will be i i Mae Collins, chairman; Mrs. Tire Apostolic Bible Class Church, November 9, from 4 i The missionaries will be in

Church and his choirs, ushers I''conducted, by the Rev. C. H.| Mrs. Coretha Mae Byrd Claire Sams WilliamsMrs..'i' will be' instructed by Elder to 6 p.m. at the church. t charge of the services 'at 3

and congregation will con''Hall and his congregation.The '.will sponsor a Song Feast in: Geneva Lovett, co-chairmen; James Coleman daily. A program will be presentedby : p.m.
the Greater Mrs. Anne Robinson and WilLiam I the Duval i
Zion Grove Bap- County Home-I
duct the closing ervice.ANNiVERSARY I 'Rev. C. Hall is the, -
I i pastor.of the Good* Shepherd tist Church, November 10.l: Streets. Invitation c mI -': WORLD FELLOWSHIPMEET makers Council. ': HONOR EVENT SET
I This will be a preanniversary -I mittee": Miss Altamease Wea-! Mrs. Ethel Powell home de-I' AT
Church. All members PLANNED FOR LITTLE CHAPEL
PLANNED Baptist '
i hostess Herbert Putman monstration agent, will be the
of Choir No. 1 ver, ,
Rev. D. E. Barnes will deliver have been asked to and will program feature several Mrs. Amy Currie, Rudolph: Y-TEENS SUNDAYThe speaker for the occasion. i The Rev. A. P. Postell, presiding -
the wher Dea- pany him in the singing elder of the East FlorIda
sermon v Special guest for the occa- -
Put-
I accom-I McKissick; finance, H. annual World Fellow-
groups.
Board No. 1 of Sweet-: Conference. ADZE Church,
coness Mrs. Lewis I ship Observance and Recognition sion will be the Silver LeafVomen's
Some of the man, Georgia -
ZION HOPE participantsare i'will be honored November 16
field Baptist Church celebrates \ Club Mrs. Ida Fow- ,
for Y-Teens
i PLANS RECITAL : the United Chorus, Zion: public relations.HOMECOMING. ceremony at 3 in the Little White
its 46th anniversary, \and members of the Blue Tri- 'ler, president; and the College pm.; ,
:Mrs. Williams and Grove Trio, the Bivins Spe- Chapel, GIO W. 10th St.
on Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Agnes angle Clubs will be held in Garden Club, Mrs. L. M. Cut-
church's auditorium. |Mrs. Lucille Lowery will be:cials, the Gospel Echoes, the: SET BY. the Ebenezer Methodist i liff, president. The Annie B. Recreation
in Nov. 9 Choir No. 2 of Zion Grove DAY features of farm life Hall will be opened in
Appearing on program will presented a recital I SPRING UNIT II Church November 9, at 4 p.m. Many i memory
be: Mrs. A. Perry, Mrs. Lula i at 8 pjn. in the auditorium I, and others. Miss Aase Kleve. a Norwegian will be displayed on the program !of the deceased mother of the
of the church. The Rev. H. L. Herod will Mrs. Claire S. Williamswill Rev. B. F. Brokenborough al-
Merch, Mrs. Ruth Chapman J l District No. 4 Day Spring I II student will be the 1
Usher Board No. 2 is thesponsor serve as master of ceremonies "speaker for the club conduct the devotion. so.
Mrs. Clarence Brown, Choir ( Baptist Church will observe!! girls.
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No. 1 of Palmer Grove Bapffct of the program to be for the occasion Refresh j its i homecoming day celebra- The Young Adults of the The finance committee include The program is entitled,
ments will be ,served after I : :Mrs. Leota Davis, Mrs. "Keep the Live
branch will be having simultaneous Living, and
Mrs. D. B. Barnes, Mrs. presented. November'16 from 4 to a -
I I t jtion
Carrie Pinkney Mrs. M. L. Invitations have been extended the program. '.6 p.m. at the home of Miss i observance at the Bessie Christene Dancer.Brown and :Mrs.\ Let the Dead Live On."Poems
YWCA.A written by the Rev. B. F. Bro-
Anderson, Choir 3 of Sweet- to public to attend (Lillian Johnson, 1763 FrancisSheet. J World Fellowship Tea Invitations have been extended -ken borough will be presentedby

filed, Mrs Thelma Baker,1 the: occasion. MT.LILLA, CHURCH John Gripper will be|will be sponsored, and each to all deaconesses to some of the leading artistsof

Rev. E. Murphy, Mrs. Viola OBSERVES ANNUAL DAY the guest speaker for the club and in the attend the event. the city. .
group
MT. SINAI CHURCH com- #
Tate and Mrs. Gladys Car- [occasion. Also appearing will have
munity been invited
roll. UNITS SET BIRTHDAYThe The Mt. Lilla Baptist will be the St. Paul Trio and Mrs. attend the affair. Mrs. Mar-to '
Deacon and Trustee observe annual Men's I Alvernia Masters.
Day on Jenkins is
MT. CANAAN'CHURCH Boards of Mt. Sinai Baptist ovember 16 throughout the Association Day will be chairman vyne of the event.serving as LET'S 'S AKEA :
Church will observe the 50th I
CLOSES ANNIVERSARYThe day. observed, November 30 with : On November'16, the World LOOK: INSIDE:
anniversary of the Mt. anniversary with a program the Western District serving Fellowship Week will be cul- \
will November 9 beginning at 7pm Programs will be presented 1 I
Canaan Baptist Church as host. minated with the observanceat
terminate, November 11. in the auditorium of for the celebration with A. J.: t "Everybody's Revival" will' the Branch YWCA. Mrs.

Services, November 10 will the church. Harrington serving as general -be conducted |H. Ware will be the principal
at the church ,
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the "Rev.P. Music will, be furnished by speaker.
te conducted by chairman.The t November 9-20 with the I i
Josey and congregation.The the combined choirs of the I!I
Rev. Grant Lee is the Roberta Martin Singers of
Rev. J. Manning and church. All ushers of the t ;I JOHN HENRY BOLDEN
church will serve for the I host pastor for the observ-.[Chicago, Ill furnishing the I
his congregation will be pre- I 'music. The singers will be : APPEARS IN RECITAL

sent on November 11. occasion. zince.r un ___ _!accompanied by.Mrs. Roberta I I
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Martin. The Gospel Chorus i: Group No.2 of Women's'
1 and combined choirs of the Drive
.4 Day at St. Stephen,

'>, f OWEN CHIROPRACTICCLINIC "j church will support the sing-I'I AME Church will present:

i ers. John H. Bolden, band director -

21ST AND PEARL STREET j I I! The Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver'I i at Darnell Cookman Elementary -

...4. : 1 'I will deliver the sermons for School in a recital,
't t NERVES! 9J. LitJ the revival. November 11 at 8:30: pjn. in

"i m, 4 Have YOU been told "it Is only nerves H'. xs i ", the auditorium of the church. .

F' 'i\\ all in Your mind. and that YOU have to 'light .....;,,, HOMECOMING DAY Members of the group are: Support- had
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you a fire tonight. Would
"i i' It"? If SQ YOU have probably found that this ,i ..., "M SET AT MT. OLIVE. Mrs. Annie Grant, Miss Mary Inturanee fully replace your furniture your,precastFire household
a ; ,', doesn 1 work. I Spicer, Miss Juanita Joyner, goods, pertonal ilem,, and the rizalU slues
'' 4.!.r a J The term, "nerves" corers symptoms such 8& J. H.' Philyaw, Mrs. Mable in.family clothing _
headaches.DR. easily upset. occasional twitching'' of lli\. I Homecoming Day will be Jones, Mrs. Eva Wheeler, A quick inventory now will tell whether your have aU the
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..4 celebrated protection ...
at the New'Mt you actually need reallyadequateiesuran.etocalwl
weakDR.. CLEESON i.
OW I muscles. trouble going to sleep. d1zz1ness. Olive Mrs. Lois, McGeathy, Mrs. Pkone-CaU-Write. -

pouncUng of the heart. shortness of breath.paln.in the chest. tightness btween the 9 Baptist Church, Nov. Mattie Boyd, Neal Bland, ... .. .... ............ ... .. ... .
throughout
." shoulders heartburn. You oUm becomecrl11ca1 of yourself and others. even the""I the day. Henry Roberts, Mrs. A. B.

I ones you loVe. You may den10p anlxetyand l a t feeling that something awful Is' t' Some of'the participants to Spicer, Donald Brooks, Miss '. ALEXANDER

going to happen.In r' take part in the celebration Shirley White, Mrs. Marie ,
mUd cases only two or th es of these symptoms may show up. but. In the, are: the Rev. R. Brooks, who Johnson, Mrs. Victoria Mc- INSURANCE AGENCY INC.

." cases almost aU of them are experlencec:1.: r will be the. guest speakerfor Neal, Mrs. Mary Dunbar, ,
severe
There must be IL cause inside the body for these CODcUt1ons. Chiropractic alms J the 3 pjn. service; Mrs. Miss Ora Mae Kennedy Fred *If Kfrt A3 Tiar tenet Itefc ad In 85 Ctet is TUT Pisa -, _

for and corrects the cause of. "nerved'. bUshed In Pubic Interest J'acbonYl1le.by':"" Florida"I Carrie vMcCall, Mrs. Amanda Bess, Mrs: Ruby Scott, Mrs. 614 Broad St. EL 4-5425, EL 4-5426 -

A 22ND and Main Street.. .. EL' 1.0186.. Collins"and Miss 'Gwendolyn Emma Ellison and Mrs. Ida
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lives- and friends. 1 I The American Medical- .Association

COMMUNITY DEATHS AND FUNERALSMYERS I Jonea- -Mr.Jimmie Lee Jonesof I :; has announced I

1136 Community Court plans for a concerted pro
died following an 'accident gram to alert the public

CHURCH HOLDSWOMEN'S Funeral,services]i Railroad he worked as a October 31. At the time of I I to the dangers of substituting
y v were held Thursday in 'the. waiter at Pontre Vedra Jan his death, he was employed I
"food fads" for sound nutri-
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I Second Church for Joseph I' for 12. years. as a waiter at the Morrison's'I
DAY Cafeteria. Funeral services tion. A spokesman says: "We
David Myers who died sud.i His survivors include, his ;
9A denly: in the Duval Medical wife: Irs./Lucile J. Shrop- were held Friday in Mt. Ara-i'feel it is our duty to warn

Women's Day will be ob- Center Rev. J. C. Sams of-,| shire, step-son, I. Emerson rat aptist Church with the I I:against abondoning the traditional -

served, November 9, in the ; / ficiated. v :} Bryan, daughter in law, minister of the church' \ offi-|:[I "three square meals
Burial made
dating. in
Union Community AME n 4) Mr. Myers was employed'for Mrs. Marie Bryan, grandson, Mt. Olive was with Dal:i a day" and the principles of
Church Cemetery
with Mrs. Alberta
Manning chairman and j 33' years with the Arne-! I. Emerson Bryan, IH, other las Graham Funeral Director I'''sound; nutrition for the pills
as
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Airs A. B. Houston, co-chair-1 rican .Railway Express Agency [ relatives and friends. in charge. and schemes of food faddists.
a member of the St.1 i,Lucas vaughn "Duff Lucas -
man. d Mr. Jones is survived his'
divided into .A3: ,os James Lodge No.,, 6077, Jacksonville well-known resident of by j
The church is I wife, Mrs. Isabella JonesI j
Police Benevolent the city, died sudenly Sunday We Repair
and the I
two groups, the North s children, Theresa, Mae
South. l r 5 Association, and Brotherhood at his resident, 1519 West Francis, Marque and Jimmie I I Oil Stoves and Healers
and 15th Stret. Mr. Lucas was an
Steam-
-of
Railway
The North captains are: Lee I
Mrs. A. Manning, Mrs. Louise, aE ship Clerks, Express and employee of the Jacksonville dia Jortes Jones,,other mother relatives, Irs. Claus and'|' We Repair and Clean

Grimes Mrs. Ruby Johnson,I E d F-1 I Station Employees. Survivors -| Terminal Company and was friends. i, Electric Irons and Toasters

:Mrs. Emma Clinton 4' include, ,his wife, '''Mrs.! affiliated with the Brother- II I -alsoVenetian -
Mrs. Elma Hicks, Mrs. Paul- 4gX I Mattie B. Myers, two daughters -; hood of Railway and Steam- Blinds

ine MilesMrs. Marie Taylor, Mrs. Della M. Black- ship Clerks. ._ I Cleaned and Repaired
I'
and Mrs. Ollie lae Bryant. shear, and Mrs. Tommie Lee Funeral services were held I I See Page Two
(''on Friday in the Mt. Ararat
WESTSIDE
The South captains are:
Moore, two sons, Claude
t Florida Star Editorials'SPEAK ,
1 Church with the min- .
Mrs. A. B. Houston, Mrs. Willie Fountain and Henry Lee: Baptist REPAIR SHOP
Daniels, Mrs. Irene Mc- ister of the church officiat-, FOR PROG1IESS"e ,
brother Edward:
Fountain
1471 W. 5th St. EL 6-5877
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Interment was made in] !
Robinson
Clendon Mrs. Elouise. ing. I
other relatives and:
Myers, e .
Crane Mrs. the family plot >f' Mt. Olive
:Mrs. Susie friends. 1 i l !_ i
Essie :Mae Webb, Mrs. :Masce- i Cementary by Dallas Graham
line White Brown, and Mrs. BREWER :Mrs. Sarah S.i Funeral Director.

Essie Mae Sullivan. I Brewer of 312 Johnson was i Survivors include his wife, -iiIII1IItiiII"Iii-

:Mrs. A. B. Shehee, will be funeraliz Wednesday from;I Mrs. Gertrude Lucas, stepfather -

pastor for the day and Mrs. I the Bethel Baptist Church, J. B. Griffin, daugh-- Warmer House fj
Jaunita Green, secretary. with Rev. A. Charles Robinson. -I I' ters, Mrs. Nettie A. Brymer, Warmer Floors and
Program Committee: Mrs. Mrs. Brewer had livedin Mrs. Nellie Phillips and Mrs.

A. B. Shehee, Mrs. Tommie L. ;'::AKr'w. +u+a..m..,..ww.au+......-wv+wdw.v.y:x.M.1wxrou+aww..!.+xrnY aw04 .1e..rnlx..4wrn. Jacksonville for 40 years Ruth C. Thomas; Sons, Eugene 4ASURED4 .
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Wilder, and Mrs. Delores Buries EVENT Miss Johnnie and at the time of her death t Elcee, Leriy DevaughnJr.
MISS PALM CLASSIC '
Music\ Mrs. E. M. Sulivan, had been designated as the ., and Sinclair Lucas and
Mae Bryant who was crowned "Miss Palm Classic" is 'other relatives friends. fJUlIIJi .
:Mrs. Willie Daniels and Mrs. deaconess emeritus of Dis- and llllllllllili
seen at center with her attendants at the Palm Classic illilJUf
Blake Funeral services for
Audrey Fisher, Courtesy, Jun- trict No. 11.Survivors. I
ior Church.: game held last Saturday night At left is Miss Geraldine I the late Henry Blake were i .
and at right Is Miss Cassie Viola Wilson. I include her sisters -
Decorations Committee include Dawson held yesterday in the First w ,
: Mrs O. M. Bryant, Mrs. ,' ; Mrs:, Lucinda Robinson, Baptist Church with Rev. J. 't
ST. THOMAS CHOIR SOCIAL LITES CLUB 'Green and
Mrs. Victoria
: a
Florida Jones and Mrs. Lelia C. Sams officiating.Mr.Blake JIll
Lemons, Tag Committee, Mrs. PRESENTS MUSICAL I I T6 HOLD MEETING nephew Parks Perkins. died Nov. 1 following an ac 0

Frances Ruff, Mrs. Arlene Ba- Senior Choir No. 1 of the SECOND BAPTIST SHROPSHIREMr.. Robert j cident. At the time of his
ker, Mrs. Estelle Jones, Mrs. St. Thomas Baptist Church I I Shropshire, well known re- death he was employed by

Ruby Clawson, Mrs. Thelma will be presented in its an- tired Dining Car Waiter the Morrisons Cafeteria as
Richardson and Mrs. Sallie nual musical. November 17, MARIANNA- Members of I died November 1. Funeral waiter.

Garden, Finance Committee, at 8:15 p.m. in the auditorium -i the Social Lites in Society!I service were held Wednes- Survivors include his father

Mrs. Lilie M. Bell, Mrs. Jaun- of the church. i Club were entertained at the day in Ebenezer Methodist and stepmother,Mr. and Mrs. 11 .

ita Green, and Mrs. TommieL. The group will be accompanied Daniels residence, 212 South III Church wiht Rev. J. B. F.I Vandy Blake, sisters, Mrs.

Wider. by Cecil B. Fisher and I Street. Williams and Reva E. M.: i Geneva Armstrong, -Mrs. Rachel -
Mrs. T. V. Randall will be Refreshments were served After I. aL;
Hubert Engram.Mrs. I Hurley, officiating. Hall and Mrs. Gladys
the speaker for the morning Alice Burroughs of Mt. buffet style. Prizes were!I his retirement from the Pearl More and other rela- : .
worship and Mrs. Gussie Tor- Sinia Baptist Church, will be] awarded to Mrs. S. Baker
rence will be the speaker for the guest soloist for the occa-, and J. N. Fagan for high and t 'ldode1,4g1QT

the evening worship.The sion and Mrs. Laura Harris : low score. I'

public have been invit- of Emanuel Baptist Church' Present at the meetingwere
ed to attend the observance.
will give the dramatic reading. : Mrs. A. Robinson, Mrs. !

The president has extendedan R. W. Glen, Mrs. G. E. Cot-,

JERUSALEM CHURCH invitation to all choirs, ton, Mrs. L. Granberry, Mrs.j' h rI
SETS JOINT RECITAL choruses and musical groups I W. S. Baker, Mrs. E. M. '

to attend the affair. Daniels, B. Barnes, H. Milton,' s

Greater New Jerusalem Jr, D. Baker, E. S. Daniels,J
Church, Rev. W. A. Mack, MRS. L. LASTER and J. N. Fagan. Dasyl ;Baker j' I I + r

pastor, will observe Annual GIVES MUSICAL TEA was the special guest. j
Mrs. G. E. Cotton and Mrs. 6
Men and Women's Day on A Musical Tea will be spon- j
November 23. Daniels serves as hostesses. !
I sored by Mrs. Lucille Laster .
A special program has been November 9) from 4 to_6 p.m. :
planned by the chairman, JoeL in the 'basement of Central FIRST BORN CHURCH

e'r o y and co-chairman''CME-Church, First and Davis : ENDS CELEBRATIONSTARKE a

Charlie Whitstone Qf theMen's : Streets. I '
will be the The third ,anniversary .rya
Department.Mrs. I S. O. Pearson
: of Elder F. Howard
Emma Walker, is speaker Regular for service the occasion.will begin ,' as pastor of the First Born,, : :,
chairman and Mrs. Gladys;, Church of the God -
with Sunday School at 9:45 ,,i Living
Davis is.the co-chairman of a.m. The. Rev. O. R. Jackson'; will terminate November 9. yN )'

the women's department.Mrs. I will deliver the sermon for the !i Melvin Grace, the Rev.:

Maggie Troupe wilt morning worship. f Earl Anderson, the Singing! d
be the speaker for the morn-j; Youth Felowship will con- Harmels and others will participate -!I '

ing worship and Mrs. Mary vene at 5:30: p.m. with Mrs. on the program to be I DOROTHY DANDRIGE

Moss will be the afternoon j Norma Walker, in charge. presented during the celebra STARS IN TRUE STORY

speaker. Melvin Grace will Evening worship will begin at tion. Dorothy Dandridge, the only woman aboard a Just Check This Great List t t '

deliver the evening sermon. !7 p.m. + freighter on the high seas, is about to take her revengeout of Quaker"Space Saver" f

-,'MRS. EMMA FRAZIER on a crewman for molesting her in this scene from Features
:
SETS ANNIVERSARYMrs. "THE DECKS RAN RED" at the Ritz Sunday through t t

I I Wednesday. This is only one of the many terrific hits e Automatic "Air Feed"t t i .
For + Emma Frazier will the RITZ THEATRE brings to Jacksonville.LILLY'S ( Turns soot and smoke. into heat. ,/'
t observe her anniversary Nov. e Advanced Louvered Design
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1 3 at 8 p.m. in the auditoriumof -increases natural circulation ,

School I _n the African Universal DRUG STORE to heaters.3 times that of ordinary !

Church, First and Milnor
e Exclusive Radiant"Heat. i
.r Streets.
and 1907 Kings Read at Spires Flo"Front-provides abundance t!
A program has been arranged of radiant warmth. -

for the celebration e Automatic "Floor level"

featuring local artists and Where Experienced Heat-assures maximum riiil liIJ
Play .
singing ?9. comfort.
groups. ; : Pharmacists Prepare ,. )
Among those appearing on Your Prescription Ac v; E k e Minneapolis-Hon--feshioeed o9 Moro Bring spots
: ywell Decorator boater occupies with tko Qoakor
the program are. the Southern ;. : cording to your doctor' '1r J: Jtt Round Thermostat SOS moro paco "Spoco Scrftr'1
:
Jubilee Singers of Dins- : Instructions Using i.i gives constant -ill
lI4 01U1t.. more, the Golden Jubilee only the best quality "., even heat-auto- Acclaimed by homeowners. the
Singers, the Heavenly Echoes drugs.Dr. maticauy.Plua greatest home beating develop.
SKOES. f O a'o'rS the Singing Harmoneers the went in over 40 years,the Quaker

Gospel Crusaders, 'The Cele- O. EL Black -Pharmacist* Dr. W. Graham Imperial"Space Saver"O3 Heater
stials, Soulaires, the Singing, delivers "Assured Comfort" beating
A sturdy good-looking Trumpets, Holylites,. Dixie -:- -:- -:- 1If.'. at lower fuel cost than any

shoe that is the favoriteof Jubilee Singers and others. A COMPLETE LINE comparable heater on the market.
OF
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boys everywhere.Made Melvin, Grace will serve as Cosmetics Rubber '
Goods -:- Candies Sundries '
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for tough master of ceremonies for the GIANT TRADE-IN

going they are just occasion. He will be accom- PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AM DELIVERED EXCLUSIVE .

F, right play.for Perfect school fit-or panied by' his chorus. '3-WAY MONEY BACKGUARANTEE.1 SALE. ,

$ tin 'tool! Come
ST MATTHEW UNIT ..
in and get a WITHRftZORBUfflPS
WING TROUBIE NEW I .ara".to ten 50% SO
pair today. GIVES COFFEE SIPA ? DELUXE'SHAVlNE 1C.floor.poc.. ..

BROWN & G.ere.t..d to '.a'
BLACK: $7.50 to 8.95 Coffee Sip will be sponsored is made Byjfne r 2 ::.?:.u"f.. ttii% For Your Old Heater
lets fw fl i 0ftI ordI.iary
-. b JMstrict No. 5 of St. ,f MAGIC j oH Wol... On The Early Purchase Of
f"
I Matthew Baptist Church on SHAVING G.ar.at.ed t. give
November 16 at 3 pjn.' : 5; .or.comfort U.v.ry A New Quaker "Space Saver" "
A program will be presented y3. room of fcoMO o.lees! .
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feel tfcan a rb erdlaa7
: UTSEY'S during the affair. D'A Af M110. 7OO attr. TRADE NOW
District"No. 1 will sponsor .rr r

.. a tea in the home of Mr. and I. Rrh10 cS S AN1 t0 u St:. 1 kIs-atwff NO MONEY EASY TERMS DOWN
PtEJ
JACKSONVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE DEALER Mrs. Leroy Nixon, 1228 W. fA hsPerfun cent. -._
24th +ed"'aha
I Street November 9. A
FOR BUSTER BROWN ,SHOES
1 lf't "SEETfeU
program will be rendered ;..fin. d.w t1pef' SPEARS BROTHERS
SoW
FOUR STORES CONVENIENTLY' LOCATED TO SERVE YOU during the affair. TJ*wr laeX**' y, r

221 Hogan street OPEN FRL NIGHT TIL 9 District No. 4 will hold its soon f 2 d >nrssspritn dP01NCEy

Paxon Shopping Cenltx OPEN FRL fc: SAT. NIGHTS TIL 9, business meeting Sunday in stlAVt l G COMPANY

3573 SL Johns Artsa IMS San Marco Boa1 vgd the choir room of the churchat xusr.n+ sav.o.ra csocu FURNITURE INC. ;
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KICKOFF AND ANNUAL MEETING .: .- '.'' ', ", .,, .
,;Io;' II!"- '"to'' "<.'0. ";- '",", ', '_ "SPEAK FOR PROGRESS"
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f } I IUUSiLmEPING! :
M.'T.: Puryear, Regional Director of the Southern Field I II (

I Division, rational Urban League, Atlanta, Georgia will be I I ; '" 4N. : iElTr..m-

the guest speaker for the "kickoff" meeting when the In the tricky business of tryIng .
.
JacksonviLe! : Urban League begins its financial drive for e .xYd I I the to all-important convince a balky thing husband Is The j

1959 on November 10. I Approach. Whether you're trying
The program is scheduled, #' I r to wheedle theatre tickets, a fur
coat or. as In my case a new
for two fold : the* ; I
a purpose "MISS CAMPBELL"CONTEST
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.. Y i range The Approach must be \
Annual meeting of the Urban -' .. art. The
.1. Developed,to a fine art
TO CLOSE 6 C f
League, and the official date:, is in knowing which method will I Ir
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for the financial drive. A Ji/ L r best apply to your particular
brand of husband.
goal of $15,000 has been set BALDWIN Mrs. Dora > Take the case of the hoped-
by the financial committee i: Dennis wil be crowned "Miss fit f for range. Approach #1 (recommended -

for the continued operation;' Campbell Chapel" at the Sx,N r \\t L j I in only a few cases whera
k' a favorite love to cook
evening service, November 16 ; spouse
of the Leagues program. ;,I i I ; and is half-way convinced to be-
Rev. C. A. Weaver is the,! in Campbell Chapel. AME. i } J I gin with): "This old range is a
chairman and Dr. Church, Baldwin. ; 'wreck Isn't it about time we gob
general
: A Love Feast is scheduledfor .: a new one?"
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James Lewis is honorary j ,.' v, 1y Approach #2 (for the man
Sunday at 11:15 ajn. in I '
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chairman. Other chairmen who takes pride in his technical
Campbell Chapel, the Rev.S. know-how) "Will explain
: you
working with the drive are:, E. Felder, pastor will. give, :; :, I something to

Dr. J. Irving E. ScottTheoldore the sermon. :...' HJ s me. dear ?

Redding, Rodell Roberts,i Sunday School will beginat Your're about sodeter
"
Rev. H. H. Robinson, Dr. I 10 a.m. with Abraham ;',.,:. tos I these things.

Earlin Thompson, Mrs. Annie j I; B oy d, superintendent in It Q P D_, : L Whirlpool has

Flemning, Mrs. Sarah Rice,!I I: charge. t \ v F i l i -- a range new electric with

Mrs. Janice Johnson and Mr. f I controls that

Attrus Flemning. I M. W. GILBERT SET 8. g I I. } I pinpoint the
The meeting will be held right heat
CORONATION EVENT with a gliding
in the Laura Street Presby- I light. Can you

terian Church on Monday ,.(.;{ imagine? Andit
Coronation ceremonies for has infinite heat on all four
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evening, November :-",': ;i.<
"Miss M. W. Gilbert" will be burners plus the plug-in griddle.
7:30 _. ___ _-------.L..i11F.
at : pm.JOURNALISM' held How can they possibly, etc.,
the
at school November
CROWNED FAMU CO-ED IN CORONATION Miss Bellye etc?"
"MISS F.A.M.U.
12 at 8 p.m. The lovely Miss Florida A&M Approach #3 (positively guar-
Edwards. petite and charming Universitycoed
CLUB Miss Daisy Woodberry will LaKay Beasley of Tallahassee who ,was crowned "MISS anteed for the gourmet Soma
INSTALLS OFFICERS FAMU OF 1958-59" during the 'coronation ceremony from Tallahasee. served as Junior attendant to night after a dinner of wieners
be crowned "Miss Gilbert'by "MISS FAMU" the coronation in Lee
held in Lee Hall of Florida A&M last during ceremony and beans draw mouthwateringword
University night.
t During the activity periodat Miss Maxine Williams Miss Hall last night. Bettye is a library science major in the pictures of a standing rib,
New Stanton Senior High "Miss Gilbert" of last school Beasley is a senior psychology major in the collegeof college of arts and sciences. The Rattlers play North roasted to perfection, ducks. capons -
and shish kabob
arts sciences at Florida A&M University. The barbecued ribs -
\J School, the Journalism Club term. Rattlers play the North Carolina A&T College Aggiesin Carolina A&T College_Aggies this afternoon._ .. I foods you never_ .dared.... to try.
and public Relations Committee Also u In fact that
to be seen in the T hen: deftly sup me
the
I tilt this
were reorganized a.t the I presentation will be the Homecoming afternoon in the new EMANUEL CHOIR the new electric range you have
Bragg Stadium.SCOLARSHIP. POLICE ARREST
on features an automatic -
first meeting of the combined -i your eye
"Football Favorites", "Miss: TO HAVE CONTEST rotisserie an automatic bar-
group in the DeE Loyalty", Gilbert's "Mother I b-kewer, even an automatic barter .

Homeroom. of the Year" and their at-M, DIRECTOR MEETS SUSPECTS FOR GAINESVILLE- choir which combine to produce.
Rodell Roberts serve as one tendants. contest win be sponsored by tnheard of delicacies.
j 4 (This is for die-
Approach #
of the advisor of the newly Dean Sallye B. Mathis is Emanuel Baptist Church, hards who think a woodburningstove

formed organization. Other the chairman of the committee. I, WITH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSMr. November 13 at 8 p. m. in is rather snappy. This
SERIES
advisors are: E. L. J. Banks, HOLD-UP the church.On method will take a little longer'

Mrs.Marie Streets,Miss Ruth Hamilton Bissell, Director of Scholarships for Boysof November 14 the Inter- and,may but be it's hard worth on jour it). reputation Over a,

Broome,T. Crompton, Mrs. Phillips Exeter Academy in New England, met with Police picked u, three suspects denominational Choirs Union period of time manage to burn a
Mary B. Mitchell and Mrs. : ST. JAMES CHURCHANNOUNCES students from the senior high schools in the last Thursday after a wil met at 8 p. m. The union few favorite dishes, jump up and

Alma C. Daniels. I SERVICE Assembly Room of the recently' call to come to North Canal will render a charity program I down so your cake will certainly
Afro-American Life Insurance Co.. fall see to it that not everything
Officers and aids for the 'Building. and W. 26th Street to investigate November 24 in the Friend finishes cooking at the samo

current school year of the QUINCY Regular serv- a breaking and enteringcase ship Baptist Church. time. When the complaints begin .
journalism staff are: Francina and loitering by three coming in, you have him
ices will be conducted at St. Mr.Bissell lectured on the, trapped. Throw yourself on his
Stafford, editor; Quitman : MT. ZION CHURCH men. MILLION DOLLAR TEA
j James AME Church, Nov. 9 qualification procedure for"applying mercy and mention the new
Reddick, co-editor; Shirley I beginning with the Sunday for admission to the PLANS ANNUAL DAY The three men arrested SET BY SOCIETIESA range with the built-in food guide
Stafford, sports editor; Ver- were James Leroy, 65, of 1490 which dials the right time and
I f School at 9:30: a.m. with Mrs. Academy and informed the temperature for 82 main dishes!
cel) Pray, social editor; Ed- I Alice Fields in charge. group of'the scholarships that HASTINGS-The womenof W. 23rd Street; Terry Lee I Million Dollar Tea will If none of the above works trya
ward Levine end\ Alphonso. Marshall, 217 Hobson Lane be sponsored by the Lily combination of several. If he
Trustee Day will be observed are provided on the basis of the Mt. Zion Church will
Gloyef, executive\ reporters;I. Sunday and morning scholastic ability. observe Annual W o m e n's and William James Perry,I I White Societies of Jackson- continues study to be the unmoved approach either problem ,

Ruth Floyd and Barbara Cal- worship will be held at 11, Films were shown about Day, November 9 with Mrs. 1421 N. Myrtle Ave. Police ville, November 16 from 4 to give up more closely: or be 'philosophical -

houn, copy editors; Barbara a.m. with the Rev. F. H. campus life and the activitiesof Jennie Harris as chairmanand reported that when they first I 6 p.m. in the Elks Auditorium and congratulate your
Chester, Gail Walker, special reached the failed 712 Duval self on having a,mate who can-
Mrs. they Street.
Mabel Merkerson spot
Ashe, pastor in charge.At the institution, followedby I I not be swayed by fire or flood!
columnists. find the said I Some of the
Grandmaster C. co-chairman. to men. They outstanding'
3 p.m. a question and answer
Mrs Schell \ they! turned off the car lights artists of the city will appear
and the Masonic the Ozora 1
H. Henry period. During last session super- '
and worked the section with I II. t .:(; .; f''i:
LEARN TO DRIVE I Family will conduct the cornerstone of the conference, parents visor of Public schools, Bradford on program, according to ,:. '.O""R'.ft..u. \ .,
Secure Drivers' License Senior no lights. They soon ran into Sammie L. Davis, chairmanof .. :: : "
laying. The teachers, and students County will be the guest I t-: .v< :
SAFEWAY DRIVING' Choir will serve. h e 1 d individual interviews I.the suspects who evidentlywere the program committee.to tIlSJtj: atdfoIrX:
speaker the
during morning for their /
fi
heading car *
SCHOOL where they received pamphlets ": ; ?":: :;:
worship. Mrs. Schell is chair- which in the
parked
has was up "
This country really a additional information 'lOOTHA'CHElGRAY
600 West Beaver Street woods atV.. 30th and N. identify the men in the
3
of the Zeta
man Phi Beta .
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sweet tooth. Candy and gum I and filled out preliminary lineup. :::.<... .. (:, : .f'::"i !. f>

Office ELgin 5-7742 sales the food chains aloneare application blanks. Sorotity's Blue Revue and a Canal Streets.On Patrloman E. W.. Farmer :':>' Safe' .1 ;
by the the ...
store
Res. ELgin 4-0639 expected to reach a 1958 The Urban League's office past national grammateus. policemen checking found the latch and Acting Sgt. P. L. Howell '.. ..' '';','.'.,,; :.:,':',,.<,,-.f.;"<'')'.,.:" ::;.,:"':'.itj.'.';: ,

GEORGE" PERPENA. Dlr may be contacted for further investigated and made the ::20.iSecon'd'SJJ
lock
off and the
total of $393 millionWould Senator pulled :
information about the scholarships Byrd points out arrests. :
broken. The loss not immediately
was -
i offered by the Phillip that at the current spendinglevel determined.

Exeter Academy. the Federal .
govern- Terry Lee Marshall and

You Like To Be RACIAL ISSUE FACES I ment will pour out $400 billion William James Perry, the HAIRS .need woo no more

in the next five years, .younger of the three fit the w.. w.a's '

FUNDAMENTAL TEST and that the deficit will I I description of men who have .: EAU DENNA

ANExecutive reach at least $350 billion. He been doing holdup jobs, the 0 HAIR COLORER
Buck Hill Falls, Pa.Bishop Will l....*ray....fe It I.'30......M....
adds: "Such Federal deficit said. victims ... It .. fcbqvU.
police Holdup I. wrwU hMW r WM tP.y.k
.. G. Bromley Oxnam, president -, On* mffHathtm.wits a ...... ...... M F
Secretary? 0 f the Methodist: financing I can only stimulate have been asked to come to .w.b *.. It. N.p du N.MMM.
ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT MOM
Church's Council of Bishops I terrible inflation headquarters and MONCYI H. will
police tryKENMHT YOU SAVE TIME. AND MM n.
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says religion! faces a_fundamental -i .f9./"_yew___< 4....b.--4r4...!.-.__- It yal NN 4
You Will Find Many Positions AwaitingFor test on the racial segregation ..fii.WILL m Mufarai celer R if ft put f REDDISH...fi... xI

Private Secretaries question. \ I ft wJI ..t NOTE. ".NAIR....... ....*..

Bishop Oxnam spoke recently I. ShanL I.4. cwliew W-.Mai 6NAi.prww..t........ iF... ....... taw-
LEARN IN ONLY 30 WEEKS during the final session! I it .*. T*. coa -.-- ,...,. .af.f...
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DAY CLASSES :-: EVENING CLASSES of a three-day meeting of All eel-. 0.1....
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II Homecoming Set At Three Florida Colleges Saturday I




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MANY COLORFUL EVENTS TO MARKHOMECOMING ..x <'" 2 +wV +: ,'. ". -11 : t1jLt; ;:

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BY C. Parham Johnson I ."i..- ""' ;,'.. +. !t; c SPORTS. : CORNER i

Three of Florida major colleges are all set for a very <: ./ ,:*, e
colorfull and action packed activities to mark the annual \ -
nomecomming events as Florida A & M makes ready to $ g4 4c ii' BY C. Parham Johnson
battle the strong A & T College Eleven, BethuneCookmanand ; -- 30-
back at
and CARL BOBO OLSEN is attempting a come
Edward Waters College II
Morris Carolina Brown Trade College School, Saturday, Nov. 8. years of age. The former middleweight champ says he is
the South r
The Tigers: are :back and .J *! : I on the rocks financially after being a gate attraction of
; before one of I more than 2000000. Olsen was knocked out in three
to
raring
Following activities which I' that go is expected to be .. << orunds by light heavyweight champ Archie Moore in 1955.
had their beginning last Mon- year to the local I Later on the year he was knocked out in two by Sugar
presented see
day and continued through 'The Ray Robinson. Robinson did it again in four the next year.
I in action. Tigers : t
game time at 2:30: p. m. the Tigers are undaunted by their most I si .' k ? His last fight was Aug. 17. 1957 when he was flattened by

campus of Bethune-Cookman 1 recent defeat at the hands of I .. "r *t :2 ... ;! pat McMurtry in two. .
was very much alive for the I the Florida Normal Lions. .. .s. :7<. : ( LjT THE ARCHIE MOORE-, ------- -- -- --- --
1958 events. Kickoff time in Willie YVON DURELLE light hea- worth.
The amazing Busseythe
Welch Stadium is 2:30: which 1 sensational Robert Par- vyweight title bout is all set CATCHER JOHNNY
will follow the homecoming wonderful (for Dec. 10 either in Montreal GRAY and outfielder Byron
I ker, the Langston -
parade at 10 a. m. During, Austin and line smashing or Toronto. The bout Purnell are marked men by
the half time activities, the Ernest Hunter and Allen was originally set for :Montreal big league scouts. -Both men

"Homecoming Queen" and I Sistrunk are all'set to give but due to the five per. are closely watched. Gray
her Attendants will reign. the Area Trade School cent tax charged in Montreal, and Purnell of the world fa-

The victory Dance will beheld Ii Eleven a busy evening. The Promoter Eddie Quinn said mous Indianapolis Clowns

in the College Gym- : forward wall of Ozzie Dunn, \ he would negotiate' with To- are expected? to join other

nasium at 8 p..m. :''John Newman, Clark Black, --, ronto promoter Frank Tun- former Clowns who have
Over at Florida A & M'' Earl Bush, Morris Grooms, saag Jffgfffr&ft. JCfaTfttflifnfrTffiri"" ney. Durelle the Canadian signed major league con-

University, the usual color- Willie Spencer and William CARNATION CUP WINNER-Dr. C. Mason Quick. champion.- tracts. Such stars as pitcher
ful and eventful series of Jones will be ready to offera left, Fayetteville N. C"- was the winner _of the golf DON m oMBE:\ JOE BROWN, the lightweight Dave Hoskins of the Cleveland -
Saturday the 36th annual the Indians,Catcher Sammy
activities leading up to tower of strength that will held in connection with champion of
tournament
took place to the delightof say to the visitors, "Thou of the Association of Former Internes ad Residents I worldwho battled Johnny Hairston .of the Chicago
many visitors and campus shalt not pass this way." session of Freedmen's Hospital played in Washington IS INDICTED Busso in a non-title bout at White Sox and second base-
residents. The alumni, students Coach Bell will be depending the Langton Golf Course. Standing in with Dr. i Miami Beach Nov. 5, is quitea man Tom Williams of the

faculty and friends heavily on such replace- over Quick from left are Moss H. Kendrix..Nationalpublic; I t champion. His manager, Boston Red Sox.COLLEGE .
were entertained A huge ments as Waite Matthews, Relations representative whose Washington public relations FOR ASSAULT Lou Viscusi said "Joe's always FOOTBALL
crowd from different sectionsof Joe Vann, Ather Sampson, x! representing Carnation Company.. Los Angeles I i ready to fight. He'll TEAMS all over the country
the state will be presentto Nehemiah Poole, Harold Den ; dSr of trophy Dr. J. Harold Nickens. cochairman -, fight anybody, anytime and are filled with tan stars. Several -
witness the homecominggame nis, Joe Chandler, Eugene for Internes' entertainment committee Dr. John I NEWARK, N. J.-Big Don anywhere." The fight was j of them have alreadyben
betwen the strong A & Davis, Cleveland Jones anda Lawlah. tournament chairman, and Dr. Robert E. Lee, Newcombe, right hand pitcher staged for the Variety Child-, tabbed as All-Americans.
T Eleven and the Rattlers host of others who will be defending champion. of the Cincinnati Red- ren's Hospital benefit. i i Professional scouts have been

Saturday afternoon in Bragg raring to go for "Dear Old legs was indicted for "atro-, EZZARD CHARLES, the watching every game and
Stadium. Edward Waters. TO CATCH GALIMOREIN cious assault and battery"I former heavyweight champion -! have already marked some of
At 7:30 p. m. the high class The Homecoming parade CAMERA recently for altercation at has found the going quite I| them for draft choices. Follow -

and action packed Edward will be held Saturday, be- his Newark taver last year.I rough on his comeback trail. I the collegiate games and
1 Waters College Tigers will I ginning at 1 p. m. Several ACTION AGAINST THE RAMS The Essex County grand His most recent fight was a: see just how many of the

1 clash with the South Carolina local bands will participatein .. ..-- -- jury also indicted Norman" very poor showing againstthe 'playees will Wind up in the
Area Trade School Eleven in the parade along with the education major from Newcombe, Don's brother on I Texas light heavyweight'professional ranks.
the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park newly organized college band SONOMA, Calif.-The sen-: Florida sical A & M, proved to the same charge. Harold, the I i champion, Donnie Fleeman.1 SMOOTH SAILING 'TIL
The game will be one of the The half time show will feature sational and amazing feats;, ball world from the other brother was indictedfor i:Fleeman floored Charles' WE MEET AGAIN.QUARTERBACK.

most important games for I ; high stepping majorettes of Willie Galimore, Florida'sgift th-a time foot he carried the ball in possessing a revolver: twice and then put him to i

the Tigers this season. and drum majorr. to the profesisonal scientific world cinematic the pro league that he was no with intent to use it unlaw-i l sleep for the final count ia i CLUB
underwent j that time on fully. I the sixth round. Charles
in Los freak, and from GIVES MASQUADE
investigation has been the sensation of The indictments came out weighed 202 and Fleeman 182\
he
I
II when the Chicago (
Angeles cf altercation involving Charles such
the fotball league. an ( put up poor
Bears met the Rams of before 100 I GALIMORE pro has been used Ulysses Ross, a former East':'showing the crowd booed:; HASTINGS-The Hasting

NOWOPEN! an estimated crowd sparingly, appearing only as Orange policeman. It happened -throughout the fight. I j Quarter-Back Club sponsored
000 last Sunday. : at Dec. 22, 1957. WILT The Stilt CHAMBERLAIN ,I I
(
A SPECIAL motion picture a spot player, but always j ) a Halloween Masquerade Ball
Ross, in Newcombe's -
I a patron
neded. has
was focused on the a time when he was i been going: recently at the Walter E.
camera nine touch- taverii. testified that great since he the Har-
Florida A & M Uni- He has scored joined !!' Harris School'.
former and Big Don kicked kneed him llem High
hails\ downs in five games Globetrotters pro basketball
versity halfback who and now J\ gained 323 yards in 49 at- in the back while throwinghim [ team. Everywhere the:/! Freddy Thompson and his
St. I
,
Augustine ,
from '
out after an argument. band furnished music for
tempts. Against San _Francisco Globetrotters have played i
in his sophomore year as a
piofessional player. The ca-;, he appeared in only eight Harold denied the charge,I, since Chamberlain joined the!] the affair.
TPALMS focused on the plays and carried the ball Norman admitted he punched I team, it has been a sellout..: Prizes were awarded to the
mara was
take I six times for one touchdownand Ross, but only after the man "T h e Stilts' has attracted.
halfback to
I best dressed .
spectacular couple.DISCUSSION
.
his shirt.Newcombe
I ripped ,
in slow(: 56 yards.IN wide attention so much so t i
closeup picture
a I the I told the board that it
ADDITION to he be
in spe- appears might
motion of his every move :
he Ross after the SLATED
I '
the I! cial long lens slow motion 1 ejected i the drawing card. Abe Saper
"WE game.WANTED to find out\] camera set up exclusively to customer became abusive|stein, owner of the Trotters:' AT EWC ON NOV. 19
I what makes Willie such': follow him, Galimore's act-j I about Newcombe's previous, said recently that the 7 lot.'
OF JACKSONVILLE I just ions were recorded by two ejection of a friend of Ross. Chamberlain is the greatest; :
: a fine breakaway runner, Don Ross and I Canon Robert J. McCloskey
denied kicking .
make
which basketball
I said. other cameras player in the na- :
Halas
owner George said he walked will be presented in a discussion -
I filmsof only forcibly 1 tion.
television
and .
astounding coaching .
(FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT) i. "Willie has some him to the door.'MCNEEL I on mental health by
fakes and football's greatest' Bear games. I I THE "FIGHTING PANT : the Jacksonville,Alumnae
( change of pace. The camera(t "WE have never done this' HERS" of Matthew W. Gil! Chapter Delta Sigma Theta

study should give a better before Halas said, "but in: RETURN bert High School continue to Sorority, November 19 at Ed-
idea of how he does it and Galimore's case, I think it set the pace for the rest of ; ward Waters College.

I DANCING NIGHTLY J ;, what happens when he carries -, was justifiable. He is so out-' the high school teams in the Canon; McCloskey of the
I the ball." j standing I think we should TO THE \WILDER state. Up to date the Pant, Episcopal Diocese of :North
A MASTER of the limp, hers have remained among Florida, is a member of the
I leg technique, Galimore, a *\ have a more complete recordof the united and undefeated. executvie committee of the

ON STAGE ATTRACTION 1185 pound sprinter and phy-' his performances. ATHLETIC TEAM From the showing of the I Florida Association for Mental -
1958 team there are several Health and the Governor
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SCHEDULES -:-
: FOOTBALL
i potential All-Americans per Council on training and research -
I !forming. The big of the mental health.
year i in
SATURDAY NOVEMBER'8S ,,- Coach Julious Guinyard, of, for the Panthers
JAMES BROWN FOR will be the!
v the Wilder Athletic C I ubi, East-West Classic against The
r $.? Boxing team has announcedthe
New Stanton Blue Devils.
I
,
return of Andrew Mc-
And His SAY YOU SAW IT
SIACXavier Neel after an absence of four;i THE "WILDCATS". of Be IN THEFLORIDA

FAMOUS FLAMESADMISSION75eMONDAY University vs. Clark ,College at Atlanta.. Ga. years. thune-Cookman saved the STAB
day for the annual Florida
at Fort Valley. McNeel was a member of i I
Fort Valley
r Morris Brown College vs. Classic with the
the Wilder showing
THURSDAY Lane College vs. Fisk University at Nashville. Tenn. Championship I
Thru they put against the Rattlers
I team in 1954 when the team up
Fla.
t 90c Friday Saturd.,. Sunday and Holidays t Florida S. C. State A &College M vs.vs.A Ala.& T A College& M at at Orangeburg.Tallahassee,S. C. won Novice the Golden Junior AAU Gloves and title.the I was believed in the Gator the score Bowl.wouldbe It I i Tour ..

Knoxville. Tenn. I
Knoxville College vs. Morehouse at
The 147 similiar to the one the i
I stocky pounder
at Birmingham.Allen f
Tuskegee Institute vs. Miles College
-SPECIAL-
Rattlers: piled against the LuckyNumbers
likes up
Benedict 'at Columbia. S.C. to do his fighting on
University vs. College
the inside and he also has Benedict squad. The Rattlers
SUNDAY 7:30: To 2:00: Morris College vs. Bethune-Cookman at Daytona Beach.
but
won, the Wildcats
the potential of af champion, were
ADULT MATINEE a a a a a but he has never been in by rio means a pushover. Although :

:I SOUTHWESTERN A. C. top condition, Coach Guin the Rattlers won the

ADMISSION 90c yard says. game, the fans were satisfied
Arkansas vs. Alcorn at Pine Bluff.. Ark. At present McNeel is down that they got their money's I Lucky Days, Lucky Colon
Texas Southern vs. Grambling at Houston. Texas to serious business and is i BY ASTROLOGY
Prairie View vs. Texas College at Prairie View. Texas. training diligently for the I In Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE
Tennessee State vs. Southern at Nashville. Tenn. coming Florida AAU Champ- i 26 44 I GUIDE
COMING NEXT WEEK 37
ionships to be held December '
Sad ;2.00 for your Horoscope -
I 1-3 at the Murdock Arena. 517-05-658 'I
Guide with
) lucky num-
10
STARTING MONDAY. NOVEMBER
tI CIAA Coach Guinyard also stated ben. lucky days lucky color8.I .

1 1i Bluefield State vs. Shaw University w at Blue Field. W. Va. that the 1958 team will not Watch This Clown j I Enclose a stamped envelope.

I Fayetteville State vs. Virginia State at Fayetteville N.C. be as strong as last year's

Hampton Institute vs. Howard a Hampton. Va. team, but he will have more 3 4 -0-
i- WIISGator( TailJJacksonAND ) Morgan State vs. Virginia Union at Baltimore Mi participants. Last year the c .
Florida A&Mvs.A&Tai' Fla. 2 5
team placed third in the Novice Fin la and Man loa
Maryland Stale vs. Delaware State at Princess Anne Md.
\ HIS ORCHESTRA Winston-Salem vs.: St. Augustine's at Winston-Salem. N.C. division. The biggest 3 I 4 ZODIAC

-.,. St. Paul' College vs Lincoln at Lawrencerille Va. problem he is having with 915 16 439
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STARTING TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11 Livingston College vs..Johnson C. Smith at Salisbury. N.C.PROFESSIONAL his group is condition.A P. 0. Box 7n7atksonvwe

S. total of 19 boys are out 64 71 80 1, Fta.

for the team, the one big
MARIE NIGHT LEAGUE j.. Sometime he's* sp Name ....,..................
problem is, they do not know Sometime be* down

Baltimore at New York 1-. the importance: .of physical He He wails add, It subtract aD voAUradJona ADDRESS ..................

Chicago Cards at Washington fitness*, the coach said. City State ..................

VISIT THE PALMS DINING ROOM Green Detroit Bay.at Cleveland'a at Chicago Bears .-"If. ..r The club trains daily at Coming Birthday ......................

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia .. the Jefferson Street Pool 95-06-52-14 I month it day

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f Earn $6.00 to $20.00.per day. SALE!
Part tine or full' time-.taking *
j A 'Store, 5618 Main St. and five SHOOTS MAN Downtown .BusinessFatablished
orders for an exclusive year-old suspect was articles worth $13.56 Duval County patrolmanwas *
were
line of Christmas Cardjs. : apprehended last Tuesday by credited Wednesday with -:- Profitable
.' ,' Sgt. J.. R. Heard and his listed as missing from Jack the life :Mel Interested Buyer Please "*
of Porter
Apply Monday at 9:00 saving
on a.m. -
FLORIDA STAR I brother, Patrolman J. W. Main and Bess Street Drug Store, 6002 \WITH HIS GUN ton, 34, of 1824 DeCottes Write: f p m 1

2323 Moncrief. Cor. 13ih St. Heard with $73.31 worth of police reported. Stret, a' negro house mover, P. O. BOX 715 *
;stolen goods hidden in his who was reported ts stopped Jacksonville 1, Florida
'parked car.George Johnny Clyde Canady, 25, breathing five times after : *
Sun.-
First Both Run! RITZ Wed. I!. Hayward, of 2150 Patronize Star Advertisers of 1016 Duval Street said he brushing against a high ten- *
W. 41st Street was arrestedat was shot in the left side of sion power line. He surviveda FOR SALE "_
DOROTHY
the Robert Hall clothing' his back and left thigh by his severe electrical shock after One of the better C.B. homes *
DANDRIGE KEEP HAIR FROM girl friend after he had given quick acting by PatrolmanEarl *
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Store at 4914 Main St., after : and garage. At LAKE
STARS IN
TRUE, A the firm called police and GOING BACK, her a_ pistol he was holdingin :McCombs of 10544 Aren- GENEVA on State Road *
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reported a $15 girl's coat had .....,..I.--....,...".. ttltt..a.w.w-- his hind during an argu- dal Road, Highlands. 214.BEAUTY'S.
been shoplifted. "TD.._.essu._6UIT..ww_.PSa..a..rR. OIO.O..owO. ment last :Monday. MeltoiTis in Brewster Hospital

Hayward, who was ar- Ii T...:.I:.;;.w4.:;u1r..a.naew..n..O--.? MA.V--M..P.-.w.l all-+t..wpOG.fr. Canady told police he and suffering from shocksnd ::1Ie1dc1 U
rested on shoplifting charges I IUI 1I1I! 1 'lll his girlfriend, Mary Louise ? burns.' His condition is TELEVISIONAND
Tiff DECKS was connected with the loss -rJ.sum/l; Hudson, 19, had some heated fair. RADIO SERVICE
of 40 articles valued at $46.75 r'.RESSDlO words and she was afraid he McCombs *
OIL was on duty escorting -
: from Crawford's Variety ,-------.rrrr r..- was going to shoot her with I a truck moving a_ Home Calls on all Makes ,

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: How's The Time To Order High Quality Clean Burning : holding in his hand. Lenox Avenue. He turned, We Finance
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