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Material Information

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 28, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00538

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

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 28, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00538

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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: STAR STAFF GETS OUTPAPER SEAh1ANSURRENDERSTOPOLCEIN : [ success in,other suits. Robert 13 carter "

,. NAACP general counselKwho

I: 1'DESPFTE: DIFFICULTIES' .. iff,. FIRE [ SHOOTING HERNDON: PAIR 'vR.Adf:: "XcQ7k awl%y y -"YJ"'" '?cJy: : raG.'SA "::"':aJ'i week.represented the teachers, said last' '

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...... ...;.., '"t".," .... the high court on Nov. 16 turned .

A Crc of mysterious origin broke plant, for the coP es she needed J she down an NAACP petition for review .

.*. ,out in' the printing, plant of the found the circtilatiAn' sectionSoaring Tragedy'.. Shuck,. ,the Herndon.,.., fam-. arate their two sisters,. Ann and xrib of the, ruling if the United States *

1 ,, ; FLORIDA' STAR last Wednesday in flames. ,vJt By gal nthis week when.: Roger Gardenia 'who''we(e'arguing'with a 'Court of.!Appeals w". cn, on June'17, .

about'1:2t- : p.m. causing damage to' took fire engines about ten minutes 'Herndon, 25-year old Korean war third w.)rna".Several seamen joined upheld a Jeder.ll district court's,opinion '
: veteran who lost' an 'arm.in the conflict .., .j., ] and judgment a: ilnst reinstating .
and oft to to.thebumirigbuilding
a portion'of "the building one ; get
: was. shot and killed:outside: in the argument whfchias:'it ;>rogressed !! the Negro-, 'cf1?rs.. "
blockades : an tjo
the machines. due to the rnurous street v ... '
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Asjuey'street beer tavern. ,finally found 4he participants r-
ti-, colored section. .
d ,\ Two.:employees' who had been In .t : ; The I in the street' i '... ....3",> :', |4TTie"present ruingMnj...Carter .
working" the printing departmenthad damage causedy" the. fire was estimated i ". Herndonr who lived ,at 1116 Payne I ,1,)>'.:.K'-{IW! <.;,:- ::- :: said, "does not bar similar.Teacher .

gone to lunch leaving a back at $1,650 *;. ... C&rt was: dead on arrival at. Duval] One of the: 'se men;pilled*Tan automatic suits because ;m the Moberly ,case"

t : door open.. Another 'employee, Miss Loss ot' one machine-tthe. 'paper Miiliqal! last': sdq 1ight'at 11:1Q pistol. 'and 'EredC three,'times.. there was no issue as to the Hegality

Barbara Grant who works in the folder-Kmd the ,cut-off of electricity with bullet ,wound in ,hid, ,head 'Two of the bullets'fi: i ek=;the He1fi disc':

{;* editoria\. offices above the printing has made it extremely difficult to His older brother Oofaen'Herndon i dons and the seamen'fled. HK pute was a ,
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w hit*/; plant said she; had goner down to the get cut this week's ISsue but; was, also admitted in'a critical 'condition ** .Roger Herndon Jailed by .seaman 'In 1955 when thB, tem was, ie-
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secure back copies with wound' segregated pupils at!>*> .
plant... to. some through ,the' 'cooperation .of loyal a pistol inthe: jmdthe'NfEfb "'1R'
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members the FLORIDA STAR ., ,-.. .Vw1tO',.li :At.J.u l24thal ClttOFFlc .
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someone'rwmIng. out the >> : the Moberly. *
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staff every,, bas tbe n jnafe,to %i7.g': -1BV tir3n ':officer '''to"pQIi am adlhittedIatat -
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bath door.. She fled'ck"iipstairsftryf : '; tion''refused to renew the contracts
p_ i rdI said the,,&bo t ",the,result fan : ,rfKXJting 4 Roger Herndon = -.
Mir >ng t> tetchers whose years of '
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jJnldjjHyoifice ttanager'i the"STAR,with :their favoriteweekend ,-.arg imer which' arted .In i. the 'and the wounding:of,his brother Negro ,f!'
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; 'Hilda 'Wooten,.Q the incident which, '* : TO REOPEN COURSES service ranged form 1 to 30. Subjeequently -
they shrugged off reading. Paradise Bar ,at; 710 Wes\; Ashley Cohen, whose .condition, 'accordkig .. the boars l::red other teaiAf ;

A few minutes later when Miss |, It is believed, that; the fire, ,:was street. :It, 'was reported that the to hospital officials" 'is' "very ser;' By Staff Correspo&dcHt ers, all of them white. ,
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Grant made a second trip to the I I tho work of- a firebug.or, sabateur. Herndon brothers 'attempted to sep- ious. .

.- The NAACP petition contended
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YP :; A large delegation of white citizens last Tuesday night "that the refusal to renew their contracts *

Rockefeller \ ;. protested' the bigotry the'proposed sale'of the golf courses was based upon: discrimination
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.: .Gov. .Urged 2 Miami Ministers to, keep Negroes from using them and demanded that the barred( fay the due process and equal .

s- 'J .. Vi ;. Jacksonville_ City Council reo_ pen-the courses immediately, protection 'clauses of the Fourteenth

Si. \ on aa integrated...... basis, if necessary. Amendment. Tie<< board denied'any
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To Save Florida. Negro'F ; "Courage"NAACP : The uxuiuiuien took DO actmn on !' racial discriminau maintaining matthe

toe .demands but referred the two was in Atlanta, Miami and other newly employed white teachers

T : : j:, ordinances authorizing the sales, of cities. I' ", bad qualifications superior to thoseof .
Willis McCall .
1 Sheriff : the released Negro i teachers. i
,HITS HAKRASBMENT OF SOUTHERN NEGRO CLEKGYHARRISBURG the two courses to committees for Another
speaker who was applauded -. tied in August,
'' Suit was originally
Pa. The NAACP church division thisweeK further study. There were later in-
--__h __ +r 'r.'rI__ by the predominantly white auc- 1956. A decision was handed down '
Mr. Wilkins sent his telegram to pnusooz.ne moral courage and fortitudeda of. two rior> dications that ,the City Council is district later
Leeds,Flagg',of. the Brooklyn. branch Negro ministers: \ fence was -Ernest D. Jackson..Sr., by the court two years
10 following reluctant to heed the demands of
sustainIng
Nov. This ruling,
the Governor on Oct.
and M8ten H. Friedman who went Speaking before the ,annual Freedom Fund dinner ,of the Negro attorney who filed the golf on 2,19'3. ,
,t ::refusal of the United'States Supreme to Lake,c: i itty,,Fla., in '1955'to take local NAACP branch, Rev. Edward ,Odom, Jr., cited,the the, citizens ,and will seek new bids course: suit in'federal a>Ur ,the school roaM: was upheld b>

s Court: to ,review the' case. Action depositions;lit behalf of the fugitive, roles of the,Rev.. ,E.T.,Graham and Father Theodore Gibson for the courses. the. Court of Appeals. Mr. Carter r
to note,
by Gov Rockefeller was required, In hk triegram. to the. Governor, of Miami, Fla, 1 *.Park aad Brentwood courses Jackson said evidence brought out "It commented is'impq.t'cst"that the SupremeCourt's '
the. said "in view of the Mr. -W1I M,pointed out ,that Reid,, "These men refused to set a precedent by revealing an at a court hearing showed'that private this j jf
telegram to review casein
"if reterne to Florida ll have to i investigating committee the names of members ;of: the ,were. closed in ,April by toe. City operators could increase the nfusal
Reid's) which
his ( 1 ,
very real danger to serve 13f more years of his sentence NAACP Rev. Odom said. He also praised Rev,A. 'B.'Lowry, ,m'.wj'.'ia': a move :.1nsp ped'by greens''1CC3.;by '$1 or So'-and' withm f _nq way niters the law ,prohibttspabuc t# ....>tI
lite should'he be returned to,the custody :' plusat least five sears for, having president of the Florida NAACP state conference' 'of: Mayor Haydon Burns and Commissioner I I : oil ct& from'diserimjn-' -

-. of a sheriff whose record includes escaped. His es.ape'and efforts to branches. .v ._ Dallas Thomas andv were 20 years recover their. investmen ating against Negroes solely-because, .:

the shooting ,down in 1351 of block ,extradition practically guarantee "A jsuch moral'courage and fortitude as this ";Rev. fed- and still make a 9 per cent profit. of their race" '
? advertised for sale after
s' .handcuffed Negro prisoners that he swill ,not be allowed to 1 Odom said, "the forces bigotry and reaction can; never later He suggested that the city mild
t. .z,two:; live out his term.', i '1, erl n court ruling granted Negroes the .,
: one'aDd wounding prevail operate courses with a 25
l-J killing the other." seriously equal. .playing rights with white golfers. greens fee increase and break even.. Negro I Is- Rapped ,

This remark drew an ovation.
Convicted of assault in 1950 andsentenced '

to. 13 years on'the chain Sale Voted Jackson said during the four-year For His CaNwg ..

to Council 'confirmation administration "ofthe ,
Subject City golf courses
and r
M', Reid, escaped in 1952 .
York where he the commissioners voted to self by Commissioner Dallas L.. Thomas.
-found,refuge in New
found employment and avoided any i Hyde Park to D. C. Dawkins Jr. for the cost of -operating the courses For Segregation ... .
'I Brentwood to Robert c. "T
$3GG.OO1and above
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revenue grew $14,000 to $44,-
trouble. Informed of his whereabouts
.>Dechner for, $260,000. Veteran real-
000 annually. He said Thomas acknowledged BEAUMONT, Texas *- The Texas
Florida officers came to New York ;yr } tors hired by the,commissioners had
that: mare State Conference of NAACP branches
x : ry employes were
to:pick him up in 1955 and return appraised the Hyde Park course at

.;him to that state.. J $606,000( and Brentwood at $496,000.: added to the payrolls and wages last week denounced' a request"forre4nstitatjon f
ol segregated schools n
wa' were. increased and extensive .capital .
+, .The Brooklyn branch of the NAACP qt Principal spokesman for the golf- littlefield: N
improvements. made during that
Genie to his aid arranging for counsel ers Tuesday night was T. AL Duncan "
period ,, all without An increase in 'The request, coming from a relatively -
; retired lieutenant *
aid other Uisibtanc to prevent his : a Navy commander .
unknown Negro ,
) .clergyman
'' return to Florida. He remained in a1 representing the Citizens greens fees, "
r Rev. Walter Griffin, is believed to '
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York 'Until last Golf He was loudly =
New prison August Committee.
:"If the flaw in the courses is mis has"e been inspired by white segrega .
cheered
when the U.s.'O>urt of Appeals ordered in the crowd when he asked ,
him.'freed in $2,001; bail in-response .. he councilmen to take immediate mai g meat. lets,correct the flaw tionists. '

b'a.:petition filed by the law .action to open the courses, .and "integrate and ttbkcive: nay:the Investffienl The segregatkH ,seeking request
Littlefield'school
made to the
firm i of.Cohen,, Jaffin axI' lussbaumwh.idi t if.thats: toe'only way to do of the-people of JadksonviIleM Jack was

*ils"representing the fugitive. '1i- -: ,, -., w'.i. trustees... ,
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Mr Wilkins signed the bail bandwhkhiIiberted < >:.r" '
t\ ;- ; lAllbea.T..L. Simmons r'i, tt .
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Duncan was,also heavily..applaud1 '.
ban. : kraal' said a, group of Negroer ,
; utive secretary of the Te xas NAACP' i '
sr 1 ben--ue, asked that the courses :
5aa'made'several! prpposalt to the Conference' reported that' "delegates:
After the Supreme Court refused oat te. sold"to'private: enterprise. 1
TOBfgnigo! UMhave I
cty ers'jiyhicfa w
to the 23rd,annual convection .j. ..
to I Imear/the case,. Gov. Rockefellerheld ?: He said the courses belong to the < ? ; ;
"easedproMem". .en opol went oa record as denouncing: the I
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an extraordinary clemency hearing p ofrl'*just'a$ 3pJ& libraries, tea-_ 1 iat10 : ( a Bjarses,-hot the 6xnssiorswaatdn't request of Rev. Griffin. for a separate

i' on the case in Albany: coq, Iv. gy P; pjartK'.;parlQ tom! swisHniagpools. .. talk ,.to .them jeJeBMB&ry> sdxcKin.'IJtt1e ld.,
10.:; Reid's voluntary lawyers. .- amt lL 4 ,
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r "Griffin,. aikgedly acting __';agroap !
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tf Lawrence-. Cohen, &lDonaic! Jaf- :;iI = ,
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:*you5efl Uie courseftlyau i w&A otNegm citiztes, said fetegraien +
fin and LaurencerG.Nnssbartmp.Jr.:: s = .*. ; {. ft. i Ks were opened on a ,
bLeh .. dace IBM i. gating ,the 1 hII- ,
-explained, the bachi otssor'ofj the itS:wen sell the refit' Duncan said. 11- 1 'leI; .bedsJack. : > r -
a 'To 'golfers the. dre B'$ xial'.."(M :J f-,';..: =,'
catf9 x.jast as sea f S&uie -
case and made they fOr revocatbo -, y : can tbe 'piit+: ,i. i.iS-:7r A\-\ to.,.
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iu1portant'as'1he'1iIi i I riIi'" JN1im.. ,said. 1 t(j."J"f-
,..oL thq writ of e :raditioa: ,cities of +J rtttviBe there"j.WIe '
The Goveraor1'indicated 1 saM,.' .- adag pools are to other: dtiIeM." ) -iniBfeehavi Ac feflfe .: ? '! '
they i pwt Rey.
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arch: j ; ,pierig: 1i7';
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I rot r'>lawyers M O ,have aaastedfa -..-., .W.....-I.k,........., ;.. -i Medea 1 ,:''Bea' -L-. ..Js......C.;.1J,; to 'the'I See' .1 t+ befieve the! tennakkm' toe >...eet ', Ive''W" *a jou;:chaaoe,;., .... 'Je.... ," ...... .'.. ril- ..-Md-- "",", qtyrc =: ,

,the lai ; fib to save Reid In Defea8e. Raeid g : ,1fIICI!! Aa eel'8, "e!;".p_ r. W." W. .t3e t, ..h"".: Arlls iei et"a1le ".*iit""', theit'ee i.eet '.....q_. f'l d"f1he*1iecMpk-5r! ai.' .o.o.LIMIefIII' -l'p.;: ,, !
L elude E b rt Cry Jr., and Judge I SD4 ,*., Jeetlae A..._"' :- BI, ,e '.et ,Die Jaee .. vets teagae. ; c. Ii ..autbi request .
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b} : ., '3 .. r t wed by. Tfe Florida SR -PnMhhing Co. By'Skic' O Slmpsea, :, :1 '
ils k \ "Member of Associated Negro Frew ;: "
7 BOOK CA>mD AT : -U?.ACCEPTABLE ,: .,
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1 4TLIIWRNS
, .' Pkani. Jc 'Wn .... The record of
southern
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h; Democrats In opposition
to civil
i: ale WoMeR 'Jt" DtI. rights "will! be one of'the crosses carrl lt'y the Democratic
.. H party:into the 1960 election "
MAIN OFFICE fc: PLANT: NAACP Exeeuutive Secretary
;j lli/ Bfeeertef Road '. EL i-7at: -- EL 4-tTi6 : of Roy the Wilkins warned in an addrsss at the annual convention

1 ._.... Breach. oft 433 Broad SL Pfeon EL 44773Ma&ing FLA. STAR Georgia POUTTfS Stats fia Coriference rrvrtft of NAACP Branches.
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few exceptfctss the"NAACP
ltrew i
NAACP
P., O. Box 5fl ';Jadaw&yffl* 1, Florida .. -. .,.' leader in Congress declared has, "iha gone southern all-oui bloc In I. Wilkins here Executive this week., Secretary Roy

I1JM(2IPTIOK RATES -. ; S \ ----J blocking civil rights legislation. 5a I "They are angry" he continued
# ,"over the
'\ 0. Twi ....: Ktli 'T.., ..Mi ,... 1Eos: +# .1.81 I Ii attacking the Supreme'Court, in -defying -y South's defiance of ccnstitutional -
c 'liefdod To Toe, Ado la The Uaiitd ....... 'f. ,the school desegregation rul authority and: over its
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....III.It FtfmWo la A&tn...'!.d Cheek or IBoaty Oxdtr Toi t' lag, and in using Its influence and lost chiltMIl* instance:! that the long-
master srvant !
JACESONVHJJC E L FLORIDA contacts to dander the whole days be extended -
fffcOBIDA'& .D-P. O. BOX Negro Into Infinity"
;; race. ,

"No candidate for national office :Mr. Wilkins reported that in,South

A 'TIME FOR THANKS with this regional background 'will ern States, where most Negros stilt
live. "the Soathwide
be acceptable to the Negro citizens average registration -

The cranberry fiasco cast sane; But it is more than that, far ;; If who vote in those states which a candidate ''about of Negro citizens to vote is .

teag of a shadow on Thanksgiving more.. Thanksgiving is above ail a must win in order to be elected / .25 per" cent of those, eligibleto
register.
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festivities this year. But it would not; holy day,..,a day for counting 'one's n Mr. Wilkina asserted.
do for any of us, fretting over 'the bl sSi gs. And the problem, for most : IkK Mr. Wilkins reminded the 'aud- He compared this with "the Sout -
- prospect that the holiday bird.mIght ,Americans, is to emsnerate those: I ience that Geargia is one of the four wide average for white citizens which

Jack the gustatory accent of cranberry blessings without growing weary of t 1 V J& r I "states where.no'.public. school de- is about 60 per cent of those eligible.
is haw'to let sin : Mr. Wilkins delivered
sauce, to forget what this day it The. problem the keynote
fc all about cere thanks and gratitude shine yI address at the second annual Freedom
C.
It Is 'a holiday, a 'heartwarming through the very surfeit of good, : Fund banquet at the local ,

tits e graced with traditions of fellowship things that most of us enjoy, ** NAACP:branch here on Oct. 31.
.added from year to yearver It Is a pleasant sort of problem p : : "Out of 5pOOOOtf:,Southern:'Jfegros

' since the Pilgrims) .sat down doubtless, yet a very real one.. For of votlre age," Mr. WJa? coetiMI-

to their harvest feast in' Plymouth when people have as much as most f ed "some 1,200.000 wier gktered
than three centuries Americans have, they tend to forget to vote in 1956. '
play more
: that the divine origin of abundance. Thisis "This figure represents a doubling
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If it were no more.than' '
?x
ago. ?&

., ,then celebrating.Thanksgiving i ,would' be ,worth.. giving! P. time thanks for remembering unto God. -,. and for I The UN Vote Against Apartheid (Jim Crow) Proved Embarrassing fi. iE; of the the figure 1947 total for (the of 600000.region However does' not

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't' are to be found from state to

s xs4y. ,.. state and from county to county
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1 Your Weekly : within the states. i

"The bald fact, of which Americans
S in other sections of the countryare

PEDDLING Horoscope Guide vaguely aware," Mr. Wilkins
s TOO MUCH charged, "is that Negros are denied

s y PABLO, The. ASTROLOGER, the right to register and vote in
) : s many sections of the South."

IN DUVAL SCHOOLS WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : \ : ,

.. SIMPSON i
f BUSINESS' LOVE TRAVEL .

segregation whatsoever S :r ,:
has taken t
; AKIES interests and friends may be picked'up impractical
v in addition
1 I to being too "
place. The others are. South Carolina
: We understand that "politics" (meaning pull, favoritism Born March 21 Thru April 19 on the way,' and these are .the costly ((5tH). Alabama, and Mississippi '
Success will be welcome when advantages )'OU-will learn to appreciate 604-2&88-63-139 f
nation. you
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this i
deal of skulldugery) runs Turning to' the Association's 50th
good into can relish ,it, and its material ad- in later years. Take precautions i
anIt has gotten .
is ,regretable that this same "politics"? anniversary, he pledged that the ATTENTION LADIES
against. excessive' fatigue, unsound
the vantages, unconditionally. This
the school systems of many states in the country. But, cantake NAACP will Continue "firmly in its ,
the the form of, diets and exposure to sensational or
Mica runs an important position
which the diabolical hand ,of ; course of seeking fulj citizenship Club
extent to Bridge &: Social
\t. financial occupational ailments This weekend SCORPIO ,
greater returns and ,
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school is 'most nauseating. rlghts'for Negro Americans.
system
Duval. County behind the situation.whereby the elimination .of previous .handicaps shouuld be spent at home resting or Born Ode 24 thru Nor. 22 %%
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: We can see nothing,,but "poiltics" "There is nothing subersive in Reporters t- ?
in private that You have ;
commodities and frustrations. | engaged occupations been'realistic enough to
dlers of all sorts' of wary o this "
'. salesmen and*pad activity, he said. :"It is the -t
.:" and the tendency to make for lost are relaxing. v realize that wishes can be fullfilled
,' f and services ranging from real estate to insurance dry up highest tradition of Ame canisni. Send 'or Mall
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to deliver their sales pitches time by embarking on a spending 3341-80-26-92-498. when you plan your moves care- .
cleaning service are permitted "We shall continue to urge, as we
and round of fully and utilize all the '1 Social News
/ spree a uninterrupted advantagesthat Wilkins Your
in schools. have always, Mr. concluded -
r our pleasures 5th up 'your plans for the are at hand. The week starts .
I "that the Negro minority not
only
: Whenever there' is a planning session, or School Boar/1;/ I future.' LEO out with happy tidings regarding claim the rights, but assure the res- Mondays To

authorized assembly of teachers you can be sure that some 5-1S41-30-63-172 Born ,July 23: thin Aug. 23: your financial prospects But the ponsibilities of citizenship." "FLORIDA STAR tt.
sort of salesman will be permitted to take :the'platform and This could be the, time 'when the highlights is provided 'by the fine SOUTHERN BAN ON NEGRO .
extoll the virtues of his product. Hardly month, passes by TAURUS things you have been striving' for Saturn-Pluto trine aspect ((2nd-3rd). VOTING RIGHTS 2323-Moncrief Rd. Co 13th .
salesman of some sort does not appear before a faculty Social and club connections 'then \ .-
that a Born thru 20 be The splendid trine may "
April 20 May may yours. "Negro voters are restless, said Or Phone EL 4-6782
: 'meeting of one of the 'Negro" schools to' deliver a" salesTpitch. Many :Taureans, especially 'thoSe aspect between 'Saturn and Pluto be exploited to the limit Those who. j "; :, _

.. who'are on' the mature side, will find (2nd:.3rd) is a good :augury for successful > are, seasoned, diplo.mati1and well j I PICES :" ; : 'G (. .. ,". .:

? The whole thing is: ridiculouS, disgusting. i that life is 'beginning to respond to results' and'.the rewards of informed will have all .the aces 'up I Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 '

It will be recalled that some time ago, through some sort their innermost desires;: The splendid difficult jobs well done. Add finan- 02-14-90-11-87-550 their sleeves then. The trine aspect' between Saturn '.t >,/:.\;; ,. .:. .,.' ....'.. .f:'""", '
1 of "politics" one or two companies were given a virtual mon-' trine aspect between Saturn and cial security to the list ,of objectivesyou and Pluto ((2nd-3rd) disclose that the "j.,! '; ,. .," '

'ply to sell insurance policies to school children., And this Pluto (2nd-3rd) may be the indicatorof still Rope to achieve as- this will l Iqng and arduous climb is about over, -' '

selling was done in the school with teachers doing the work an alliance for some, or the have to be figured more and more and that you may nov;* relish the .' ., '. ,, tI

jof. sending out literature to the parents ,and collecting the .beginning greater understanding! as. an essential part of your long- SAGITTARIUS fruits of your successes..' It will also <,
'premiums as well as keeping books on the deal.. between married couples Utilize the term program. Generosity is at its Born Nov. 23 -ihru Dec. 21 be the moment to display your 5 1
| advantages you'now possess to amass peak on the 5th, but see to it !. Yo'a may take very definite steps i gratitude thru generous"actions or a 5' ,FLORIDA STAR
What more is the teacher going to be asked to do?? cash or acquire property and other that it is not abused by those you explore places.and ideas that have I proposal, of marriage, contingent oil

Heaven knows the school teacher has a laborious job j material benefits: Take the proper are accustomed to. pamper.100S367J99742 always intrigued and attracted you I your own particular 'circumstances.The IN EVERY .
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trying to teach 36 'to 40 children and handle bona fide extracurricular i precautions to preserve harmony and .;, t I;From the material point of view, extent of your achievement is
activities without being burdened with insurance safeguard valuable holdings. the ::; "you' have the 'splendid SaturnPlutotrine
l again emphasized on the 5th.
forms and nremiums And it seems! to us: that our teach- COLORED HOMEKNiGHT
to bolster
? ? Sth-Sth, .... aspect forward cai>: 7041-19-22-17-232.
methods than about I .
ers need to hear more about teaching 4G-7-55-13-8T-209. t t .. VIGRO eer or professional interests. You also j s. '
assemblies. \ -
other "
products at faculty meetings and gain a new impetus better
to your,
1 Born .Aug." 24 thru Sept 23
Something should be done about the situation.Do's ", I Even if you have ,done so before, I financial situation thru sound and
i
". .GIDIL'4'1' for -reasonS, of your own, ,there no conservative practices or Investments.
\ Born May 21 ;:thru June 19 l longer is any justification for denying 2nd-3rd, Enthusiasm is unbound and ,X
'. I The spendid' trine between Saturn yourself theL pleasures that life contagious on tile 5th, but it shouldnot

and Pluto ((3rd) nowestablisHes a has 'to"'offer;, Accept them whether lead to pvetconfidence or wishful

And Don'ts sound reason for the creation of .a I'they .comfr In the form of a loving p.thinging.2O20379318t8 '. *

solid economy and substantial mOo j alliance, gravel, or creative enterprises
netary or. property holdings. The I .?. 'Your;(heart will not betray

joint efforts, of couples, and other you but.your]'imagination and deep-
( ? y members .of, the family could be the t rooted fears could ((5th). CAPRICORN f __ t'
deciding factor In achieving these l0-6-iG-il-59-lU Born Dec. 22 thru 1... 19, ; Aw -x _
commendable results. Personality f' ,', r 1 I I You ,are very much encouraged S. NA
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conflicts pose the greatest threat to I LIBRA by the fine trine aspect between I

i.t progress. Make this your main.concern !Born Sept 24 'ihru Oct. 23: Saturn and Pluto (2nd-3rd). You mayas
1 r [ on the 5th and thereafter. The time 'may be at hand' when well make up* your mind finally,

"9-l3-66-&I-539 J you can go ahead with,long-dierish-, .if you want to change your locality E -

'. ed ideas .to own" :.your own home phitosphies and'way of existence.
CANCER You may,considerod! properties that Those who' have made ample provisions 3

Born 'June '20t ra ,July 22: may belied at. bargain prices. :Dis for changes of this nature 4.t

Honeymoons. the second OneS included cre inquiries may be made in this can give themselves a big pat on the ,

'may be celebrated by taking ,connection on the ,2nd-3rd. Be wary back ((5th). You cannot afford to

a trip or--, cruise. New ,knowledge of plans that' are,'too expaashre and reveal your secrets to people who 1 1T

; :r have a:poor reputation, .for.,discretion i 1
[ and dependability.
Get Yoor Horoscope Gaide.To.. 4&46-17-5&367

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TO EAT OR NOT TO,EAT was the of Mrs. Lenora. Tunes. ; 437'West. 17th 4 -' c ti Fer BreaHaj* Lunch After the Maria Snack* r;

big question confronting cranberrr Street 7' .
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lovers leading up' ,to the recent t F- -. N Fried CMdwa

... 'Thanksgiving Holiday. However I be- Present were: Miss Walter Mc- = b. .

neve that most of,us held oat for the Rae Mrs, Meltonia Lilly Vaughn r i ()yden.Cod .\

"appro\ed" berries or substituted one Mrs.: Myrtice King Mrs. Elinor 'a Scrimp Ram

of the many varieties of jellies pre Davis, Mrs. Pearl C. Blackshear, ;it; r i Bacon Sausage

serves or candied fruits suggested by Miss Lucyle Glymp and Mrs. Willie .' Eggs Hot. Calms .
Mae Ricardson. i' tto Coffee MIlki
leading homo economists.Thanksgiving > illi 1 I

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Day was wonderfully Mrs.: Doris A. Jones, Mrs. EvelynL. 3 : yi't, isr r

spent there was'so, much to be Hughes Mrs. Norma H, Bland ROOSEVELT GRILL

thankful for, and Mrs Evelyn Florence were F .
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guests \\hen Mrs Bernice Henderson t, !f Ashley and Madison
We have heard from jubilant rt Y
f.
put out the weliome mat for Les .
FA&IUans about the "Rattlers'
Elite Bridge Club last Fr
< dare\'enint
rally from behind to defeat Southem's .
hi her Tyler street home. 1 A
team last,,-e kend. I
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According to reports, the campus ]tfrs. Jones Was, the winner of the car ii' ': : :

had .an atmosphere of "Homecom- guest prize, while club prizes were .

won bj> Mrs. Eddie Mae Bryant, Mrs. '. .. : :
ing, and practically everyone present .v 't? Enroll Now In The "

agreed that it'couldn't have been Lula Courtney and Mrs. Vermal J I'k .1.& Souih's Finest College .. :t
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better McCone. t{-y",..: Florida ,Barber College
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Branch, G. L Approved
It'seems,
persons: held out. for the ""Orange Miss Anna Bell Minatee, Mrs. Lois s ... .
Blossom Classic" scheduled lor,December Aver, Mrs: bland McClain and Mrs. ;- '
Johnnie M. Roberts. ; ., 'oodruw PaiiersoQ, manager Prof. Jame Glover
,S-.in Miami not bggause they
;
would; .' r .... 630 Davis Street At Beaver
beejfdting
felt ,the game not -
tei because necessity dictated tthef' The Classie Lassies .met last Friday 3 COL-COFFEE SIP ........ < Phone EL 5-9874

make a: decision between the evening:also, fay the,;Japonica Members of the Les Couqnette- Charity Club are holding,thejr Annnal Coffee Sip. Sunday from 4'to 6 p.m., t

two. We tan't say tmty 1>1aInethem 'I Road Home:ot Mrs. Sarah. Wright, at the YWCA..on w. 8th Street\ a .ait i!,

Miami t { ***"% *y "j From: left to right standing are Mrs. Daisy Johnson, Mrs.'Euth" 'I ,Johnson Mrs., Martha Polite, >Ilss Maggie
for selecting '.
'
-:' 'The gues'tist'included| : >rs: Margaret Kiliom Miss.Naomi Holmes/and Mrs. Mildred Robinson. "**- .'. .

,A classic highlight this year wiH >Mafhls,Mrs,rt.Grace, r Sykes, Mrs. Seated in-same. order are Mrs Jeannette Scott' Mrs Li lie Battle and. Mrs. Agnes Walker., ..... .. -: '
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be the awarding of ."The Most tour: Ruth,Bonner.'and Mrs.Cleasie Hick- .. .-. if

ageous" Award to Boy Campanella son Mrs..,Mathis..-was prize winner \ t

former- profeSsional baseball player. in the guest.category*. Brown, Strategist; Joseph H. Bas- I

tick, Lt 'Strategist; Julius.'Guinyard, Weddina Bell ; .

Mrs. Ruth' D. Myers entertained blem : :present J included i 'Mrs.Margaie Historian; and Charles Parsons, Dean ** r .: Stork r ,

tarkes Juanita Williams ., "" t. ." : : "
Entre Nous Bridge dub at, the Lincoln Mrs of Pledgees. *)f. ra* ; "
Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, Mrs. APPLICATIONS
Golf and Country dub last weekend "
Helen, Toney, Mrs. Henrietta How- The charming Ladles Bridge LICENSES '
i ard, Mrs. Hazel Pink, Mrs. Alveta: Club met at the Lincoln Golf and MARRIAGE. Deliveries

Mrs. Doris.G, Bennett. Mrs Helen Allen, and Mrs. Carolyn Washington. Country Club recently, with Airs. Jo- COLORED I ,

Hart, and Miss ;Lauretta Jenkins sephine Cleveland as hostess. Births
) dub, prizes were won by MrS. Williams 4 at Brewster HospitalMr.
were prize winners for the evemngi Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Allen.
Mrs. Marjorie Gilmore and Mrs. r F

Other members present Included Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Iris Knox were visiting players, with Marshall Corey, 6334 RestlawnDr. .

Mrs. Frances Johnson,Miss Ruth M. Alpha Psi Fraternity has'a new Slateof the latter qualifying for guest prize. ., age 20" and' Leila M.; Ephron, and Mrs. Samuel Cooper, 166 6
'
Broome, Mrs. Camilla Thompson, officers elected at a meeting held 3553 Owens Ave., age.21. .. Dellwood Avenue, Boy. Mr. and Mrs

Miss Theara Leggms, Mrs Charlotte last at the Ri-' l1embers'present Included Mrs. Albert Folson, 1333 W 15th Street.
Wednesday evening Thos. J. Davis, 478' Good\\' n St,
and Hortense Brown Mrs. Delphenia Boy. Mr. and Mrs Jack Hopps
Stewart Miss Mozelle Bruton. 922
bault Supper.dub ', ,13 and Christine Berry, .472kGoo* 1
Brinson, Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, h .DeWitt j Street, Girl. Mr and Mrs. '
win 17. '
Str
We spent an interesting evening John' T. Floyd is the new Pale-! Mrs.; Lillian, Stokes, Mrs. Vermel I I James,Richardson 1531 Pasco Street,
Wm.
M. 'Ashley 16th
,
whohave 1731Vis
with the Modernettes recently
march, succeeding Longiner Parsons; Gtotert Mrs. Margaret C.Day, Mrs. Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Troy;
thirst'tor St., 32 and Maggie M Hicks 1731 .
further ,
acquired a Vice Paleroarch Il dense J.. Ereuln ton, Airs CleelCromartie ; 1574 Steele Street, Gir' Mr. end
Oliver W. Parson' is ; I o ; W 16th St., 24. *: :.* L ,: Mrs,
knowledge on bridge. R L. Mitchell,'keeper of, Records; Mrs. Ernestine Poole and j Levonia Ellison 418 W 1st Street
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Ernest Thompson, .1997 'W. 20th
The meeting was held in the home William Johnson; Exchequer;; Felton Mrs. Pearl Cohen. Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vi ]lams,
St.. 34 and Gertie B.. Wright, 1421 1547 Evergreen Avetnd, ..?:5.rl:; : Mr -

W. First St., 26; 1 "f and Mrs. Raidford Brown, 912 Monroe; : man's" '
I I IA a "young antt. ,
_/3EW fFfE-n-rfFEcf'F SHl N EN3EMBLE Gus L. Turner, Ill Court H., Street, 'Girl Mr. and Mrs VLnrfntDennis ?

age 33., and Loraine Gibbs., 711 1964 Willow Street, Boy. Mr. fo foe thcrV S << ',".' .
...Mm a .
by Evelyn CnnainghaamIkiwI' seen in tbe'cffia at a' dub' Court H., age 33. and Mrs. Jimmie 5.L no&-n_ 732 Curt! .- .', I' d_ .......:.. ,.r,-JI :."

meetra,roa'a trip. 'aadla muij' James Pepples,. '1037 W. MonroeSt. J, Girl Mr. and Mrs. Forest Da'h- : "\., :". ", .QfOnt '.. 'i i' .,;.. ,
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I others s..., Neither age 30 and Lillian '''Ramsey, mon, 1531 Miller Lane, GirL Mr. and 1 01 eve fIJ' .' I

bound)aizeJ fajfcoMuJpfntioMTolageor 1037 W. Monroe 'St,age 32. Mrs. Jerry Iszard 11791' W. 9th l ,.if'. .... orod .. .. ".,.
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I Street, Boy. ''Mr and Mrs. .r. .tblc4kleat ar /
Thomas .r .tilse
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I Ernest Gibson, 93 So Myrtle Ave. .. "
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Russell, 1036 Milnor Street Boy. Mr. Isourddce'' .
21 and Adlaide Pickett' 98'So.
age and Mrs. Robert Smith, 1117 W. 22nd .6.95 the b..... t
They G_ OlotTJ&tte .
i Z Myrtle Ave., age 18. eitti it doubles fey
dress 'OlcCdlV,Pattern No Street, GirL Mr. and Mrs, Sinclair ; -f',. }C. '
'I/
DeWitt 'Reddish,, 2503 Barnett St., : .. dvtyi tcG.
Wilcox
6117
". 144) is made here in a lightWeight ; -, Strawflower Street, GirL to ,
.
24 and Geraldine Jackson 1416 W.
C : Mr. and
with Mrs.
wool Thomas
t beige matchvng Fussell, 823 "A.D,121x4.3
satin trim. The dress has 16th. St., 17. ,'" r. Kfflarney Street, GirL Mr. and Mrs. 1-0 8K.1 aS
> ,
s .
'a lightly scooped 'neck and Thos. J. Burks/ Gen- Del, Mid.. Moses Harris, 3375 Ardisia Road, 8.50
..
3r start sleeves. A 22' Magic- dleburg, Fla., 23 and Patricia J. Boy. Mr.. and Mrs., George PatterSon _"
\ Zip Talon zippers die center Addison, Gen. Del. Middleburg, Fla., 1584 West 12th St. Boy. Mr. "" .tY .

back. The jacket has three- 18.V and Mrs. Curtis Priester, 305 E. sots rot t s bs sou

quarter sleeesy made in one leaver Street GirL Mr. and Mis.
Willie F. Godbolt 1918
Talladega
with the front and back. The ..
a & satin.se ftced bands at', the Rd., age 19 and Barbara A.., Wilcox, Woodrow Corley 2960 Willow Street SHOES FOR CHILDREN

neck and lower edge of the 1918 Talladega Rd., age 21 Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Richardson,

have extensions tamed 1539 W. 6th Street, Boy.' Mr. & Mrs.J. .
jacket -
back into ft'tab. effect which C. Walker, 217 Spruce Street, Girl C>N.S

4 is tacked- _ia"*place under buttons JL-s. Kenneth Smith, 551 20th Street,
; '< r.FinancIal Boy. Mr .and Mrs. Marion Bowman ];

Drive 331 Birdier Street, Boy. Mr and

v 'This atsr >le lends itself Mrs; Lucious Mob'cy, 937 Cemc *./

f zafsy- 'b Street f. GirL Mi. and Mrs. Nathuur ,
a iti&I1y to faille; silk and f
Wallace, 1753 Fcdrfax Street,, Bry
worsted as ,well as wool. The Is Launched By
i jacket bends may be made of Mr. and Mrs. W1lliam'Yourui;' 1S24 ; 40 West Forsyth SL "

linen or taffeta Bishee-i Street, Boy _

Jax Urban I LeagueMrs. f 1

1 ss' ,- .I' Lt'I:
'
The other outfit, a bit more t :

,Beaded andt Uoaed back, ... ti \\N! casual, (McCall's Pattern No. r
that It the .detail oa a Jacket Lucille G. Coleman, chairman from GRAY GLORIOUS! -;
5029) is made of a rich navy < to .
dresaf eaaenble. The of the Jacksonville: UrbanLeague's _
w.tat-I I and grey mohair over a. solid
leagia topping is fefl navy wooL The slim:,skirted I960 Financial drive, officially ,\. I 1: r
Its sleeves of three
,
easy qaarterleagUb
announced at the Equal Opportunity -
To Jake this eased cover I To take any situation ia ban dress has a front neck open held the i i''
op jewel-necked dress goes the Jacket-dress. Be&bt'Wltla a ing, round, 'standaway collar Day. Program. in'
simple. A slim skirted sheath, it slender, belted
has short sleeves and a darted open neck and flat collar. This skirt has three, gores and a low Auditorium recently that the r

fit. That could be more versatile? I famous American basic can go pleat at the center back., Theeoliatless Urban League is in ,the midst of

Junior sices 9-15 and Misses aaywbere, lea be accessorized open front,. box raising J15.
pies 1016. McCall's Pattern for the occasion. For antumfc jacket has three-quarter 5GOs program activities in the r'
..516S add casual cardigan
days, a smart -
.
sleeves., The pocket flaps arefake areas of Vocational Guidance, 'To -
jacket ia of. the hair
say < simply giving the, effect, morrow's Scientists and Technldans A
flecked fabrics
or fa rich plaid. .
A dress with a jacket is II Result, a costume: that goes to of.pockets. Industrial Relations, Housing, .. ';' .

'"right." This duo covers all school, to town, to weekeate. Employment, Race> Relations and. ,,-
and ... taking all 'with,, the greatest smootherfabric Community Sen-tees. 1 r
seasons and ,occasions is i Made of another, ,.
'
of eUe. Mie e.latzes.. 10-18. t
definitely. not limited to the :' McCall's. ,Pattern tr{ 29.,, .65f. trimmed'with, die jacket could be I Mrs. Coleoan stated, that 'the
the braid down the
young or perfect figure. "
Vhile the dress.is/rather sim fit, around the lower edge,, I need for foe, JacksonvilleUrban I

Ple-th,: :jacket is'more-indi-? Another of'die around die'sleeve hem and on League program "ism growing more
reasons why :
vidual. *- ->- a dress with a jacket has 'remained die pocket flaps. It 'uId.then' I as time goesvon tcTnelp deal'-with ;, 1

.. so' popular is .its look' beobae the Pfrect.d ever- I many of the 'pr reins that cea-
rThere .
of completeness. Every woaan. panel jacket.OdterideaV.fabrics. [front our entire community.She '

is a jacket for every knows what die' adiiaea of a asked that all,citizens of Jacksonville .. .,4 *' .
and Problems of hat and gloves means to 'die 'for this interested with -. I.ARIEUS1Hafccofce \
girl woman. I who are in in _helping .
: 'total pictUre So it 'is' with a .. ., ""' ,
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short waists, wide hips, narrow costume are:. houfidstooth to improve and|to perpetuate .. ,
shoulders, height and jacket dress. .It's that ,Baal checks: ,oxford Both, flaaael, I the continuous 'tremendous' growth '

breadth tea'.be taken care of touch that distingr&ishes"onewoman : tweed and lightweight wooL should ,.. r., 'I:
I of the city do rverything to '
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from aaodier.Pictured .
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the selection 'of "[ : : i
pier : tt.,sb.kr shhM :
JIJ.
y I support this year's U baa tLeagaefinancial tt. ." -- .;
Tliis 'for iastaace 'r af lrtJMI" """ ,:. "
jacket. season, I ,' ledti ibsa t ltt se l .. '-. :
f 'Fasbioa-Sewiag yT1p: drive.. '
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sItetcls ead to.the r '" ) .
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variety! ..o fr vl.. ia'1""*;" are%two _tfai.aedwietet Fa .. ; .. ""' IF '"
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Short' IOM loose.' .or fittW. fack etheet: +es. 'is stocked+ ew !toike ...s11/........' Mt/' ...-..,.._'ewr :::: ,
a1F. .... *-. Quite.ctiffH..t ifl deaiya,- |b.fflfastiate "mditc" ,sualc'of the the Jade -UrbAnt v .'. .. ... .c:::-- .. J- _
they ,are ia.Myl*, *. ebeaU be East5Un on". L. ...' tt _, .. .cr.. _f.-.. ._ .... .. 't"Ir .) : L, ,
'Jf tH al .. the & ea j'W": -: This anftw Office1, 160 .. -: &... "' 4'''' .A. p. ,;:

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".\ ... fev: : THE :FLOBIDA STAR Week Eacflag Saturday Norember 28.1959



I Mi.m sfer Deacons ; Convenes Af 'Beach' i j[, ** .



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]xL :FW 2 dL F3( .nawy2-?; 2Y., ; y' : '2x'.b Union Meeting
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Zion HopeThe ie'
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Ministers and Deacons Union

with the Women's auxiliary and : /W92t'

Duval County Sunday School and

BYPU Convention auxiliaries to- the

East Florida and Bethany Baptist i

Association ,is now in session at the
Zion Hope Baptist Church The Rev. I

E. R. Simpson is''the host pastor' ,

3G ta and the Rev. G. T McCall Is. the "Ii ,
i 'IV A Up of tine :P eget Co*
.
president. to theta oaf

'tis } :kb 7, a k 4 The meeting opened last Wednesday Jo&q' f--, ....
a x / *
a Cx\
n. x+:+dr night with the Rev, .H. H.
make our ooh tit
Wright of Evergreen Baptist Church I *
our ooh a ,
preaching the
sermon.
alaoa Irorfekfe .. Bt.1
Thursday night was Sunday School

t night with the Rev. J. J. Jones of * *
_} Antioch Baptist Church deliveringthe

sermon.

The Rev.'W., M. Grimes of First

._ .. Baptist delivered the sermon Friday
at 10:30 ajn., and at 10:45 the

women had charge of the services.Friday .
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.
;:' .. ::' ,.v.'"' :. "k. night at 7:45 the
BYPU
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,
''' ,
.: :; : .
;;. .' : .. ; .x. workshop was, held with Mrs. Rosa

are co-lookers. Mr. Cocroft attended-Morehouse; later taking his degree B'McCray presiding. The sermon

\' 'PASSINGmight THE TROPHIES" and/or "The Tale of Two. Institutions" .from Howard. (3)' At left, ,Dr.;Edward"Mazique! ,' noted Washington phyrIw .. .. was delivered by the Rev. H. T.
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./ easily be the caption of the above group of photos.involving fellow- dan and president National Medical Association, congratulates players Overstreet of Mt Tabor.! '

ship breakfast'and awards ceremony held atJHbward University, Washington > ol-the-game AI \Crutch, 2nd from!, Morehouse, and Howard William: r.. Shy activities will begin with

l D. C., last weekend as a Hfrnaying event of the annual HowardMorehouse Howard. Standing "in .is "Mr..t Kendrii who was awards chairman. Dr. the Sunday School at 9:30 am., 'fol

College football classic.i In.joint effort, Howard and'Mcrehousealumni Mazique was breakfast. speaker:*, T6 P> panel 1.Jeft. ((4) Dr. Samuel Barnes, lowed by the morning worship at1L

't- :: ._./ groups in Washington and Atlanta initiated a :series of athletic athletic director, Coach:JWhite' and co-captains Bernard Quarterman The'sermon win be preached by ANTHONY fflCKSON
the Rev. G. T.
of
awards honoring Dr. Samuel H. Archer, late president" and former:coach: Charlottesville, Va., and Charles Smith, D.C. all of Howard, receive Archer McCall Mt:Yemen ,

at Morehouse. and the late Dr. Ernest J.. Marshall, Kansas dry physician Marshall trophy, while Dr. Frank Forbes and Duke Fester, Morehouse Baptist Church. Northwestern Jr.-Sr. Ugh: School.

who'was'at one time coach at Howard. Above in panel Jtt ,Rev. 'Jerry athletic director .and coach,, respectively] witness receipt (5) Receiving The Women's Department win Anthony is! in> the 10-1 grade

Moore Moss H. Kendrix P. M. Davis and Mrs.. Gladys; Edmonsnn admire pigskin wallets fromMrsI Fdmo>son are Morehouse co-captains Robert have charge of the services: at 2 clas:. He is a member of the ;

.J trophies donated for the occasion by bottlers of Coca-Cola)) in Washington Stole, Huntsville Ala, and'Clinton.Ransaw, Gadsden, Ala. Souventor items par The sermon win be preachedby Varsity dub, attends Grant Me-

h 'f' and Atlanta. Mrs. Edmonson and Rev. Moore, 'respectively, are went to each member Mao teas. .(6). Oa aafff ,Tie! Bwna, the Rev. W. M. Hill of MLvary' Cal morial Church and plans to become -

': presidents'' of .the Howard 'and Moorehouse alumni groups in Washington- 3rd from L, with teammate Bobby Mitchell, 3rd'' from r., receives pro- Baptist Church. a Pro-Football Player. The,

b.... Mr* Kendrix is national president for the Moorehouse alumni body, (2) .player trophy from committee comprising Bob Washington, Mr. Kendrix, Each minister will be accompanied community is proud of Anthony.'

-.r :. Horace Cocroft, center, Washington Coca-Cola Bottling Company,.' Inc., 1st'and 2nd L, and Howland Ware,and Dr. H. .Cicero Edwards, 2nd and. by his choirr" and congregations .. itntk .....

f ,. 1'.. holds The Archer-Marshall Trophy, won by Howard, while Coach Bob' 1st r. In Washington airport ceremony. on evening of event. ..,. on the night he serves v,4"...

; ", o White, and Charles Moreland, president of Moorehouse, alumni. in Atlanta : ..f\.f1 : .

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I I continued through Friday night with Baby Contest To Close ""' -? .

r President H. H. Presides the young people having charge of *
j Wright Youth To Have Charge Union Continues the services Saturday at 11 a.m. Jerusalem. BaptistBABY *

The Sunday activities will begin CONTEST TO CLOSE ..... )fe'
1 )! At Ministers' Deacons' Session Of Services Sunday Sessions with the Sunday School at 9:30 am. A baby contest will be sponsored *

Sunday The lesson will be reviewed by Dea- Monday Nov. 3Q at 8 p.m. in Jerusalem
con A. Alston followed by morning
Church. :
Af Emanuel Baptist
The Ministers and Deacons Union session. Baptist worship at 11. The' sermon will be Babies in the contest are Roosevelt

I the beaches auxiliary of.the East Mrs.Ethel Davenport Bannister f In West ,UnionThe delivered by the Re r. c.,J. Watkins, Wayne Flagg, Larry N. E. Jean *
'
{?s rids and Bethany Baptist Asso- will be 'presented in, a recital following The youth department .of Emanuel alternate, the Rev, D. B Barnes and Willfena F,ord.R. :
t1an) opened last Friday in Sea Dinner will be served at 1:30
pm. The B. Sutton dub ': I"
the regular service.Meeting Baptist Church wffl haw charge of Ministers, Deacons and Lay.. together
I Baptist Church Jacksonville, Afternoon service gill. LAJUANA JONES.
begin at 2:30
ship hour 'and Miss Irene Phillipsthe men Union auxiliary to the Union with.'other' organizations and friends :It ,
The Rey. 3.1!. Ross is. pm. The sermon will be, delivered
---.. i. services throughout the day st. James. ,Baptist Association have been extended-'a1, cordial invi ',,i Northwest Jr.-Sr,.High School
pastor and t the Rev H. H by the Rev. W. L Jones
alternatethe
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Sunday. Miss Joanne Crawford will opened its session last Thursdayand ; .. tation. Tribute is paid to Lajuana} of the r
Js president be the speaker Rev: H..1*.Jenki.. .S: ., A special .has been 9th grade..class. She
f- Yd at the H ajn. wor- will continue through Sunday program .. ar- .... participates

.Aba .jfened,Friday night s.. : at4f:p.ni. i at the West Union Baptist Church, < -. f' -: ': ... ', ,' ,ranged,for the occasion. Jin. the Library Club Physical j

..,...lyyrogram beingfpre* ..,. '" --'.fill.... ., Monthly'! conference win be held the Rev'.A. F.,Cummings pastor. .' I fr TT/ln/voHrtn iaMivftlH Rmeieu

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.... 3+dra. Ai.,,CoSler":'*w re in charke .' By Disir U20fethet that this conference is expected erator, the 'Rev. :D. B. Barnes. and : ,: .; .. 4and plan* to become a Physical

Sun gy School at 930 ajwfflegin to be .the last- for:' the year Mrs. Ethel Jones are the presidents. Education Teacher. Many of her

% the Sunday. activitiei The I AH new'members,are aced to be The .meeting :Opened Thursday ., ;-.1"- 1 classmates wishes her lade
: CIIIriIa.. p present, Dec. 6. at 5 pin.. night with a NEW I 1':
contest between Miss Agnes Wi!+MIiJ rand .. to be felI" program. The sessions UNDERWOOD PORTABLETYPEWRITERS :
,. lowsfaipped.vYMM
Miss Mall Neasbie win terns 1""
.
hate The regular worship hour will : ; [ T
: ':1= of Bethel ( No Down Paymeat
begin! .at 11 ajn. The:,Rev.,, E. L. District ,' : BaptistChurch '.. Choir 3 Sponsors'Its z "< .
Lawrence win held its bum DeetI g s"uS ;: Low ;Low Monthly Payment f
preach, the sermon.Following QOe
the service enrollments recently': Major'business 1 included. Men's ft* Sets +reoovee P I s ,
th 'organization & its donations f orindigent ONLY 59.95
and
announcements will be in order. Harvest'Tea
.
Diner wDl be- served at 1 pjnlThe members. Meeting: For Swifey At -. ". .

mission hbur will be observed President P...L.. Thorington called I

at 3 pm. with Mrs. Annie M. Smith for five special house-blessing' pray 1604 East 28th Street' Sunday At Church New and Used "-Typesetters Addle; Mac&iaetCash and

presiding. She be. assisted ers to open the meeting in the
will
by Choir 3 Reglsien-_ SA ES AND SERVICE
of second
Baptist Church,
Miss Mary Lee Hayes. The address of Deacon and Mrs. Ernest Jones, "
under _me: leadership of Allen
will be delivered by Mrs. M. 5613 Brait StreetPrayers The recently, C.
L.
organized
Young Jackson will sponsor its annual harvest Allied Business :Equipment
Men's
Johnson. dub holds its .
'offered meetings
were by Mrs. every tea Sunday In the basement of
The'youth: will have charge of .the Fannie Charles, Mrs. Fannie. Mc- Sunday ing from :3 to 5 pan. The meet- the church. < ? Inc. BURNELL 8UMPTEB

program) at.6 pjn. with Miss Agnes Crory Robert"Singleton, T. A. Jackson of Sunday' will be held,in the home Spearheading- event Is Mrs. Company. Northwestern.. ,
Alvin
Jr.-Sr. School
Whitten and Miss Jacquelyn Brown. and MCS. Thorbgton. Hall, 16M East 28th Street. Ozola Flemming,. vice president 4737 San Joan; Are High
Rossevelt Baker, president of the Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi [ f
presiding. and serving 'chairman of '
as the '
Included on the' .agenda were the club has announced that, the books committee is Mrs. Sadie refreshment Jacksonville .10. FloUa __ EV 8-3621 Cola Bottling Company are bond
Evening worship will begin at 7. ; setting up of a membership file and are now open for the acceptance '. to salufe Burnell of the 12-1 grade .
M '; '
Payne MrS. 'Of.'
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The sermon will'be delivered by the. plans for an .entertainment Dec. 29. Dew members and 'anyone desiring Calloway, '" : class.He i if.a member of the Lettermen .*
Mrs. Alma Harris Mrs.
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'president: Holy Communion will be Independent Life Insurance Com- Bray- Cub. He selected sports;* .
voe, Archibald and Mrs..
-administered at the close of the any member, of the club. Pray Lucille 'as a hobble and would like to,be-*
Williams l"
are; co-workers. come a Coach in the, near .fu-.L.
Mrs. Helen JackSon ,
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I ".l finance .committee; Mrs, Rosa Lee '
handsome
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Why CoittiHHe T.:Suffer?' : i' St, .John Host musical Glass, organist selections.,Win,' render several SUPPORT THE DRIVE *- ,' f *'* *.

\, The hostesses are;, Mrs. Vemell I
iTo' R. Glover, 'Mrs.. Delphen M. Brin- Listen To PepsiMusicQuest
Chiropractic Cam Bring Ybo Relief
From UaiOnMeet( FOR BETTER TREATMENT .
I son, Mrs.: Myrtle: B. King, Mrs C Friday J

,, Emma L; Feacher, Miss devel D *
ARTHRITIS-ASTHMA M'rs. Verdie\: 'Cruse.. Mrsrf Gladys C NUts lo:30 to 11:00:
ORANGE ,
: PARK Choirs 1 and Vaught is OF NEGROES,BY LOCAL FIRMS *
director
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HEART TROUBLE BACE< 2 lor group
I win serve the Ministers and For Prone Request ,'
the Rev. J, ,C :Sams is '
PAINS LIVER TROUBLE: Deacons Union Sunday: ; pastor J *
night in St .
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> seat to. Negro crier, adepl.d. by local ... *
CONDITIONBODY PAINS -- : Rev.. Eddie Burroughs, pastor = Iii.:: ..
::- I rewai b teg by first lair -.
s? Baste bj
AND OTHER COMMON will preach fee rw "
sermon. UsfaerBoard CABD'OF. .: ,TH.A.'HS' aM, .. ,. ,
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ANY LONGER. LET US Pul :tars, 'Nannie Watson,' who is the The ,famuy of the 't t irs. I.believe. drat Negro patreea should be'pra'rldM' ; .

YOU ON THE Hp11D TO OOO1 y mother oC fee"cfe&eh and deaconessis Chloe L. Banks who 'rendered i ample. rest room facilities la local rrrtnhKihmnntn aad k I
their :" .a end put to .Jim-crow alga oa drlahng' ffmntntiHtasd'reat
HEALTH. Hi la Clays: Memorial Hospital service_ at the,de&th'of their 3 ;

Vlelx OurModern, CKate D; ;Mfc;..and>>rs: W. H., Williams returned bvc lone; by visitetioa,:telegrams; ...:. room n
cards.1JowmaDd \ To..PIWi time change I am Riles to ceaea.
\ Beare, from Macon, Cochran ; words of'symPathy '
",Ja IIIg tins* tibai axe vawaHa to 'xaeet theta
and Atlantej Geor ia. .He is a deacon and encourasemeHt aad the r .
W. I and ltir .. WIlliams is a deaconess use of theirc caisf fer psslor;; the -
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F. : m SL Jota.Mrs. .. Rev: W.vF. Fos4 Mt 7Jbn c =.y' / .

GOLDEN( RULE CHIROPRACTIC .s; : : '' .;'Abm',Carpenter returned :to'I AME,Jade, ;::Rev;:A."J., NAME..' :r j. -f.- '

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; visiting bee dnughters, 'Mrs.Viliette f hiessee. the Carte'If.Frmeral Horne I ,;' : < : J 7i

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HEALTH CLINK Mrs. ""Y Sari and : StroiagJanes i
.EL6-7834t I her' -'aunt ,Mrs,.'',GMys:J&ate.Dorothy 8R .. i mxae of Tal-' C c ) Tea .. Jay same If at lJj"'I''
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AUGUSTINE The Florida The'charge, .backed 'up',by an anaJysis. -*White dtizens haw succumbed to one of the rankest of. these amateursin tation that Negroes and Puerto Ri-
State Conference of the Phi Beta SUBDIVISION 'of the..content/of, an editorial the Dude propaganda._which, has the person of the executive editorof 'cans are criminals"" '
Sigma 'Fraternity, ,In&, will be published in the ,Syracuse Herald flooded. ,UP' from the magnolia country the Syracuse: Herald-American.*' The editonal: went on to declare .
held on the campus of h1oridaN.LK ',"'f'fWest 29th Street'end; ,plres;, .:' American /rand by documentation of, sincethe 133J 'Supreme 'Court An article by Alexander F.Jones,that "fae best argument for seg -
College. Nov 28, according < : I the neglect: of Negro dtizens in the:opinion ol'public school segregation"'the HenH-Anierican's executive, editor -gation is the crime record.in Negro
to Lt CoL David C. Brewer, state New. Homes for Colored,. ':People Built South, electrified the ''2,000( ) social "Amateur DtegnostidsBs"' I I Mr. \ViD ns'pointed out, "noted centers' and that Puerto Rican'1>;
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director of the fraternal organization. workers attending the 60th annual, Straight thinking on this problem, that juvenile crime in the u.s. in-,dependence would enable the ]1m <.
Under? Expressway ovation. Program. New York State' Welfare_ conference the NAACP leader said, has been creased by 3JL percent .in 1353, and try to erect i immigration barriers "to
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Plans are being' made at : > on Nov.:; 16. #. I i clouded by prejudiced'or uninformed assertedoral' statistics show the stop the flow of scum" .from; L..t
F.NXM.C. by the Sigma Men on The editorial Wbictt! Lamed Negroes pronouncements of "hundreds of increase was almost in direct island.
the campus to make this one of and Puerto:t'mcani .fbf: increased:;amateur diagnosticians roaming the ratio to tl-e edded Negro and Puerto
the most interesting and cha 1eng- crime rates;>'IS ;an<;ajuication: Mr. countryside. This City of Syracuseis Rican population It 'is easy for
ing conferences of its kind ever ; : Wnkjns said, .arr .1,'that. rwny northern singularly unfortunate in having readers tu conclude from this reci

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of the Phi 'Beta Sigma located at 3 Bedroom Dream Homes' o Inside City Limits' ,
F.N.LM.C. is Alfred Lee Eddie. L.
Taylor is vice president; James o Close to Schools, Shopping Center'and Churches. J
Jackson is secretary-treasurer; Edward All Modern'Conveniences. ; FREETURKEYatDUVAL ;
G. Bellamy is corresponding j; ;
secretary and the other officers $
are: Benjamin Smith, business Only ',800 I II ._
Dean of
'manager, Louis Hearns A ds

pledges senior, .is and the Isaiah assistant Williams State and, a 'Monthly 1 With The Purchase Of :

Williams Regional ;director.Dean 61 Professor Student Person AB. ,Payments" eI"JI.8. ....."'. .00 J Any Major Appliance j*:

nel and registrar is advisor for theorganization. Ask Salesman to assist you, in, qualifying
far one of these homes. I '
Fred. G. Mlnnis, attorney andPrea1de 5 :PLUS A FREE TRANSISTOR J
t of the Etta SigmaOap.. .. V1T OIHt MOM HOME LOCATED AT 3812 SPIllS STMH .
terfa St. Petersburg, will deliver :OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY CALL I

fee ,keynote:!1'beme 'for address the, conference for the con-is 'FRED Realtor '
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Sidney Mize will announce within 10 S
days the site of a federal grand :juryInvestigation style, it 0 ,.
of the Mack Charles t tvF \

Parker lynching case, .- : .
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1816 W. 20tk Street Phone EL 5-8722, New fonfoNofesBy -- '.f
Kindergarten Begin September 2ad ..
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I Three(seniors were the wily students : hankerchief Earl waves. ,' *r* S e B B BsVHMBVeMBHBHHBMsWBMBBeMBMS.. / 'ViHlBHBlHHBMHi :.
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MUSIC CLASSES BEGIN; SEPTEMBER 8TH ;
to make '4.0 .on. the honor roHat" g.o'_ o' ....
New, Stanton Senior, Highduring School; The schoolI ,
paper .1bl'
the first six' weeks period. : is scheduled tb; be out r brf

I These students were; Lethera.: Floyd, ; we.understandl,that'thesis ;

12-1; Miriam Johnson'; 12-5:1 be some real',hot news to .
S and Betty J&chardson, 12-1 Ten Stun: !
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PHOTOGRAPHS FOR dents made 3.8 art the honor' roll; i We will see jvi:hert :
9 'made 3.7; 4 made 3.6; 13 made 1 rubber neck is now. '4ong -I.

EVERY OCCASION. 15!?; 7 made 3.4;.21 made 3.3; 31 made staffed that we have' to, .
3.2 16 made 31 'land '59 made 3.0, :
f ; our special notes of "nter ; .
: Expert Pkotograp&7 Thee honor roll is compiled? by MissN. ff

"'': Portraits Weddings -.' Bamqoels B. Scriyeh, instructor in the ..

Passports Sc .Ideatlf Icallon Photos English .dePartment'and publishedunder : .- .: "t.
Photostats Sc Commerdal Work the auspices' of Mrs. J. G. f ....' .., r

2 Photos For Newspaper CBis( Wyatt, dean of girls. ,Scholarship is Florida. .. f '; gas \ ,,_ :

While You Walt being,stressed at ,the, school cow t.... ..., \ ,: d -t
K 7:xY t more than over before because of ':IS .
Coloring & Picture Framing .
the present 'day and future demands : Is $ : .
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J. A' : In. Natural""" ': Color. .,:: ; ",''i\11'" ;r y advanced.careers.'academic' '' traimngrer. .. .:*. specialized Testing; -: i ::Brother fuel'gives fou every advantage .. ., ,;

Students,teachers, and other stair ST. .AUGUSTINE -;. o ; : A, *k.** /. '. 4conomkal t f 1:
AVERY PHOTO i STUDIO 4e members departed: for then: holiday I mal and Industrial .:.Menio !: .. ,: fast clean. safe.'. :.:
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was the'.beginning of the' Thanksgrv-, I ing; center r "tfeJ960;; f.J1 : ,,." {:: 1iilfipillu'llutonilitil'; r.\ ; ''';' r .
Phone EL 4-7695 For Appolnfmenf s ing Day 'Period and 'the; "East-West administration of ,the' ; ...:JN.:. .0>: : -.I I t' j

Classic"-clash ifefdless to each : ,,'. I.':
say Teacher: Examination; J; :tI. tI. '.1Ii""
\ member;61 the school :family,:'showedsomdrkind 'aryj Ai'.Bl;: Williams. ,:;, ., ,-'.';I"'U;l"i3,; t":..;, t. ,.. 'C.> "...- !.' ,\ ". !:--, .' n"t,. f' .,
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WHEN YOU:ARE. ILL," "" :. leading up to;.thisannual;:. game. A CJoflege :seniors: ',PiePa'ing t e ,.tip from'the: oJ'ld'; great,.chefs! '.
rNy in the
huge rally'was'.held and" )
pep gymnasium teachers applying for
} You Seek The Best DOdOrWhen No matter what
; sendour "Blue Dev B gas you, want to :..
tohelp ; in school systemS' which l
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:: ? Your Doctor Prescribes .T ils" on their way to fac_ :their foes or require apjplicants'to' cook, you'll get better'results with ).

Get Experienced J Pharmidis, <1' 'from the'East.'on .the1 gridiron.: To Ffll Your Prescriptions .. ; scores;{:on:; ? gas range _
According tTo :Your .Dociof'i> i" .are;.Vpy'.ProuP'af pur.coaching staff amina la s along5'-with* no waiting around for burners and
'of the football
and each member credentials are eligible to
Orders We Use Only, to warm up. natural gas starts ;
? team. We ,are also .proud ot thsche tests The examinations
The Best Quality Druf. .\\i .fAt .f ; r 1leadthe band, majorettes pared and administered ; cook the instant:you turn the dial. ,:._ .

Dr. C. ETBlaek \ '.. <,\ .$ ands the roles ,t they nave- jrtayed" ;at l Educational Testing Service number of heat. ,selections, is { 't;/1'; 1oIf-:; -'

Proprietor local and out-of-town games and pa : ton, New Jersey;; \ unlimited, so no'heat's wasted. Yes, ..,...

,I, 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S rades. The designation of : : gas is just naturally better! ;r ':
5 No,Body.lias Asked Us But mal and Industrial i .
.5 lege as, a' testing center ; .;;. ,f.
DRUG STORE We.received some complaints:.from.
examinations, will gjve,'p
N.. Evans about our recent artideswas ':-
teachers in this area an .
1907 Kings Road ELgfa 3-8276 it because th c information vras to their
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correct? W. Green, please tell "
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A COMPLETE LINE OF :
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'' us why you continue .to run behind .
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles -. Sundries mately 10,000 candidates
J. A. because she is the Sni
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PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED the country who will ,be
that she is stuck J.
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of he denied it .
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when questioned about this'Laudy r7 s.kr, rb., ;4, o n ; .;}> x' .s;tv .
liams said. At the one ,
F I was home over the weekend '
session a candidate may
and he was' seen with C. B.. and not Common Examinations, k SS

OPENINGS FOR NEWSPAPER RERORTERS any'of the many others who continue clude tests in .Professiona

to tell us .they have power over hln: tion, General Culture, :
PRINTERS PRESSMEN ADMEN '. G. J. and E. C both have eyes and Nonverbal
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for' W.S.-may the better one win.
addition each \
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There are openings for ; We wonder why S.Fr does pot havea take one or two 'of the : .
.EXPERIENCED: -tNewspaper. ,reporters,_editors, boy friend, Is it because'she, pH s tional Examinations which F ,.
_. copy-readers, adverting .:salesmen rfrcalitteii chaperone for; Betty and John?' They signed to demonstrate 4- ,
\ men and women. printers compcsdtars.tppe .. ..... are going for themselves she had subject matter in the fields :5:
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operators... ...- .. ---.- better, get 'on that, 3aUl ."boat and go he may be .assigned to:.te : /vY .. :..
l"", it. for'herself. Isn't it strange how J. T. Applications for the :

BEGINNERS. .. WANTED' TOO .!. : We.. ... wiU" tri" a.- BCC! and a Bulletin of''1. f'K i,:?%ti w; / -St

: n'' ,'; scribing registration \ _. (
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:G. G.'s' car around just/as if he is containing'"representative.,, :4 ': :
', if you hare\ a real deeiro 'IoJ boot'i.iaeslrhr: : S'S .
her )ers m i( Mi1ff ur. :TEV G., is still tions may, be obtained {fro .
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Complete Body Repair & Paint Work > Coloalc Tlniapjp vp. Syracuse University ate- b

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TALLAHASSEB-TTie unbeaten and untied;;Prairie View A&M: College* R +* :'f. CORNER )

Panthers, spearheaded by such stalwarts as !James White Charles War-' __

ner, Lester Porter, David Webster, Frank.McKee,' Richard Rhyne Charles M 'h .

Usher Robert Shaw, Jewel Smith and' a host oHjfeer Panthers will meet I 1 By C. PARHAM JOHNSONTHE

the, unbeaten Florida A&M Rattlers !in 'the '27th aanual Orange Blossom]

( ine classic:, Jargest Negro grid-.I ., r- INGEMAR JOHANNSON-FLOYD PATTERSON heavyweight fight

attraction and I ranked fifth of al i also;:.included the following. "JTorida held in New York has created nothing but bitterness, Ill-will,. ill repute

bowl games In' the nation in attendance A&M".alwayap-seeks ,to select Orange 5 a investigations' hearings, name calling, disfavor and protests. It is not
an '
a will be played under the Blossom Classic the fight itself that is causing all of the commotion, because Jobannson nor
net
that .
arch lights of the famed and spa- has the!: best possible record o cp; at the ii 1 Patterson had anything to do with the promotion. They just climbed into the
cious ring and fought according to the rules of the
Orange Bowl Stadium in Miami game.
Selection
Saturday night December 5, 1959., time w t the record to date is of.made.seven PrairiView's ,wins S. 'Ibe_n_ _c_rrtlnr____ hPh.lnd___ 81..t_ ....,._..=._.. tJtn_.&_. -

AMI is ranked ninth in NJLLA and no losses stamps them as the : : #' T did is in the promotion, something that Perry Moss was fired. It is true
not happen'during'
Prairie View is 12th. most worthy Blossom Classic : the promo- that FSU be benefitted
Orange tional may by his
of the
late
days
Tex Rick-
An estimated crowd of nearly 50- o ,onet. In 26 previous Classic l leaving, but chances that
ard the are Moss
or International BoxingCub.
100 is expected to see these two games A&M has"won only 12, whildropping be
benefitted
may also. That
Gambling interest and under- appears -
grid clash for the National
powers 13. One game has ended world' to be a case of six in
figures were never brought one
Negro Collegiate Football Champion- In'.a tie. These figures .certainly iiv : hand
and
into the promotional picture in the a half dozen in the other.
1. The Panthers are the currentnational dicate that A&M selects
champions. only top fights during the days of Jack John- THE QUESTION WAS ONCE

The.announcement of Prairie View's t opponents. : son, Jim Jefferies, John L. Sullivan ASKED, why the University of Ml-

'election was made shortly after 6 The December 5 meeting between i James J. Corbett, James Braddock ami at Miami, Florida did not enter

pjn. Saturday (November 21) in a, Florida A&M and Prairie View will Max Schmeling" Jack Shark- a conference. The answer was

joint statement Jby university president be, the sixth gridiron clash betweenthe ey, Joe Louis and Ezzard Charles. by not being a member of a con-
THE ATTEMPT TO BRIBE Terence the team has no restrictions
George? W Gore Jr. and'Jetic ,ath- two powers end the fourth Orange a fighter '
director and head football'coach Blossom Classic date for the Panth- is as old as boxing is. There has as to what teams it could
I been play. This fact was wen
many records on the attemptto broughtout
L JL S. (Jake) Gaither.
rp The Battlers have won seven con4 -i ers.In \ 1JDe ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC PARTICIPANTS-- bribe boxers, but'to move in on when hey .scheduled a game'
famed Futo
two Miami appearances the Quds of the with Michigan State University
secutive during the '59 Rddsvffle N. C., familiarly known "Tbe promotional side is quite a dar
as
cam
games Pet HUt
Texans won a.33-2T thriller from the .are fated Quads. but which has several tan skinned players.
paign. The Rattlers record: to date to appear la the nth anal Onag Bonom ing move one which has robbed 1
Rattlers in 1953 and 26-8 last year. Festival b Ifiami ClassIc and of its honesty and A football,game is nothing hut
game integrity.
on Saturday, December the -,
Benedict College, 744; Wiley College, 6, under the auspices of
They beat the orange anoVgreen-clad : Pet HOC of the .Johannson, who knocked out a football game in Miami regardless *
Company Saint Floyd
Loa
64-0; Morris Brown College, 6-0; Bet- Left to; rfcfct, Lout, Alice Ann and
gridders W),in the 1935 Classic played of what
players
Cmtkerioe. The Pattersoiuis now basking in the participate.
'hune-Cookman College, 68-6 South Quack mfer bib'IdIa? between homework sunshine -
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sessions
and
in Jacksonville.A&M MasehoId chores. of championship that When the Spartans a! Michigan
Some was
Carolina State College, 34-12; North 200,000 persons are expected: to see the Quads.,
,Carolina A&T College 28-16; and Allan edged Prairie View 10-7 in '4111'1q their m'wat visit to Florida to participate la the festivities of the won under a questionable promotionaL State rolled into MiamI.

University 528. Their final game 1952)in a game played in FSU's Doak .. .. lamed classc sponsored by .Florida AftM University.' Thirteen years old. JUST A FEW more days before

prior to the Classic will be against Can beU Stadium that still .has fans ... they are the world's only Identical ;Negro quadruplets, and are now students ', CCS D'AMATO, manager of Floyd Miami will be alive with Orange

Texas Southern University in Houston t talking. Bouncing back from the'195! at CasweH Gouty .Training School. Patterson, Blossom activities. People from far
waged a or.a.man fight
November 28. ibis defeat at, the hands of the against James J. Norris and the International and near win gather for one of the

I Panthers, the Rattlers journeyed to ber 29.. Workouts will begin Boxing dub is biggest games of the year, the slogan -
Prairie View, a perennial southwestern now one
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Texas to trounce them 196. now is "On to Miami to the
11 and national power, has a Schoolboys early the ,next day on the college of the key figures in the investiga I
I record of seven wins. The Panthers Tp date the Rattlers have scored Open .. tion. An order was issued to arrest classic. .

rI have one game remaining. They will 326, points in seven games for'aD practice,field. Watch This Cnwn61r0w38 him after he failed to appear for

..average of 46.6 points per game. They Dave.Lash head questioning by the state
collide with Southern University on training at A&T coach at Carver attorney
"have 42 In.
: yielded points. seven
November'28 in Baton Rouge. The High School Winston-Salem, the general. D'Amato was subpoenaedto
Prairie View has stored 276
Panthers record to date; Jackson College games : r appear for investigation of the Cepeda Is Named
team which won the
SW; Allen University, 67-12;;;' for an average of 39.3 points per For. Youth Bow) West AAA ,2 3' promotion of the June 26 bout in ,
have 50 points. championship last
Texas Southern 34-15 game. They given up year, will serve which Patterson lost Johnsans--
Grambling
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The Rattlers' attack has beenspearheaded as head coach for the West I 8 son. He would 1959
College, 35-6; Arkansas State College group, : never consent for SophomoreEdging
2W); Texas College, 23-11; 'and all season by a host ofppeedy On the same: day, the East All- 2. Patterson to box for the International
backs that includes Clarence GREENSBORO, N. C. 3
Twenty, I
Boxing Club. He
wasn't satisfied
Mississippi Vocational College 364. Stars, coached by Dave Atkinson of un-
Childs,.Jordan: Pope, Nat Tucker'and six schoolboy football players. opened til the courts dissolved the IBC Pinson

"Negotiations were completed ""be; William'Wilson: The',sterling .defensive training,here. at A&T College 'In Washington High School, Rocky
,
tween officials oT'Florida A&M and: and offensive play of a comparatively 'preparation for the annual Shrine Mount- whose team last year won 90-48-03: FLOYD PATTERSON, the q:- ..

Prairie View a few moments ago," inexperienced! line has bee Youth Bowl game to be staged the East. ,and State championships,' "'" champ who lost the.title,to Sweden'sIngemar -. I

President Gore and 'Gaithersaid in paratively] inexperienced line;,has here' at Memorial Stadium on Saturday will set up'camp at North Carolina Sometimes; beta .a-I I8ometl Johansson has lined upa NEW YORK ;- Orlando Cepeda,
.ben factor in their success D4e'! he's down series of exhibition bouts in 'Eastern the 1958
I a statement made to university press a major December 5. College in Durham. "Rookie of the Year"vas
information o icla1s.) The statement to,date.; 'He adds. rabtract* Canada for next month. His opponents named the leading second
'The West .All-Stars will be defending Ite work It aO aromtd will be. sparring partners yearplayer
Kickoff time for the main clash in the National League and

I the championship they won ,in has been'seWar1:00Piii: on Satur- Coming AitraciloSfl who are helping him to get in shapefor was chosen the sophomore playerof
he engagement last year. .a return bout with the champ. the
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year edging Vada Pinson of
WALkERInn'f day, December 5., 19610531See .The exhibitions have been set ten- the Cincinnati in
Redlegs the
I Th will <- annual
youngsters arrive on the I
.. A&T The game is 'sponsored. by. Shrine .. tatively for Windsor Toronto, Sud- Associated Press poI .
College of the
: campus, scene bury, Montreal, Sherbrooke, Quebec -
week Temples in North Carolina for the. Cepeda of the San Francisco
I long training program, earlyin City. Moncton, Halifax and Syd.
'Uoaffonci/ .& ia the. afternoon of Sunday, Novem- benefit of underprivileged youth. ney. Giants'collected 86 of the 172 votes
:: t cast by members of the Baseball
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: COACH PERRY MOSS Writers' Association of America

: : has tendered his resignation at ;Florida Pinson drew 66.
: I what the 'CLOWN'Is
: College 1. ., GRAYHAIRSISwsfl7YoU10m91mwv State' University. Moss didn't The year-old Cepeda, a native

wait to get fired and neither did he of Ponce, Puerto Rico,' batted .317

'"':. COURSES- L '.' Doing Early' wail to see whether or not he would with 27 homers and. 105( runs batted

'_ Executive Secretarial Interior, Decorating tt4uro. EAU .DENNA' < :' ..t ,, !i in be retained. He didn't wait to see in. 'This was a better performance r

Business Administration Ton rlng HAIR COLORER ) y what public sentiment would say than his rookie campaign, when he

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