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Florida star
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 29, 1956
Publication Date:


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


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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FORM CLUB Veterans of,Edward Waters College officially opened then Ford Sammy Davis. Jr.. and Eugene Simmons. Jr. Second row-Johnny BelL ,

,,** ,",' ,. c1&1b.dE-W. C. this week _and are'maldag;plia s to tDkorde tf t4.1rith..oth.\-; 1es _Skinner. .Roosevelt. Freeman?,Lee Johnson, Earl Johnson. :York Spr ailing*. _,.' I
BY STAFF ,CORRESPONDENT:.:--_ 4 :.;J: organizations'throughout the State are seen here. LId row>| eft*'to rights Matthew and George BelL Third row- -William Pierce, sponsor William Dennis Williams .

TALLAHASSEE Rev. C. K. Steele..president ol the Tallahassee Lawrence Arth.ur Daniels. Cornelius Locket Harvey Harper. Earnest Devoe Ralph Also Payne. Aslester Russ. Sammuel Stewart. Isiah Williams and James Earlier.
Negro-Inter Chic Council has called on GOT. LeRoy Collins for

ol what he termed violations of Negroes' civil rights.
an investigation

Governor The council in an complained earlier message to the Vllers'Leape Dreaded Disease ClaimsEu I Suspect Denies Report Group Pocketed

that the past few days "a num- Of

ber taken of to Negro the citizens Tallahassee have Police been To Heel Sniay Gene Butler In Jax Charge Rape Masons' Head.Tax Money

among other things whether they LAKELAND It has been re-

Department for questioningamong ported that Charles H. McDowell,
The second congressional district -
other things whether they! which embraces Jacksonvilleand Funeral services were held last Thursday afternoon for Eu Gene a 28-year-old laborer, is being

plan to ride the city buses." vicinity will be host to the I Butler, one of Jacksonville's best loved school principals, who died held in an unidentified jail for It was reported this week that a series of hearings held in Jacksonville -

his but had lived of his allegedly raping a white mother. and Quincy indicates that there has been misuse of Florida
Steele said he is basing meeting of the Florida Voters) Saturday, Sept. 22, bravely knowing impendingdeath
to the alleged Masons' funds involving dividing some of the lodge's cash among
violations advance. According reports
claim on civil rights on League this week-end. The meet- six months in
victim slugged and certain bigwigs holding high offices in the fraternal order.
that set of circumstances. ing will be held at, the Richmond Butler .who had endeared him- I II I was

The protest went also to Talla- Hotel Dining Room Sunday afternoon self in the hearts of thousands of driven to an isolated spot after The indication of some misap-
I stopping her car early in the day ropriation began coming to light It is charged that from 1950 to
hassee Mayor John Y. Humphressand at 1:30 in the form of a banquet citizens throughout the city by his 1
Police Chief Frank Stouta- meeting.The polite manner and extreme I for what she thought was a policecar. when lawyers for a group of the present date no written ballot -

Stoutamire said Negroes victim of It is reported further that : Masons who filed suit for an accounting has been cast for any office
mire. Voters League is a state- thoughtfulness died a
after stopping a Negro hit her on funds the of the
of the lodge's despite objections
but denied condition in
have been questioned wide organization which includes leukemia a cancerous
chin and,drove to lakeside .
the a began taking depositions from plaintiffs.The
that any were- asked about bus among its aims political education: which the white blood corpusleseat
spot where the act was committed witnesses.At .
riding plans. of Negro citizens throughout Flor- up the red blood corpusles group declares that it can
then drove her back to Lakeland -
The police chief said those ques- ida. The League aids in the regis- causing the afflicted to wither one hearing it was broughtout I show that "the grand lodge has
and left after telling her that
tioned were mostly witnesses to tration of Negro voters and pro- away slowly until death overtakes of some $3,500 collected in approximately 225 subordinate
he would her later that
recent arrests of carpool drivers.An motes the intelligent use of the telephone head taxes from Masons was not lodges consisting of approximately -
him.Butler day. Officers are supposed to have put into the organization's treas- members in stand-
earlier development in the ballot. who was principal of 19,000 good
arrested him with the victim'shelp
situation arising out of the Negro Edward Davis of Tampa. Fla., Matthew W. Gilbert school, one of after he made good his ury, but instead was divided ing. From each member and for
buses among certain officials of the each year from 1950 to and including -
of Tallahassee
boycott serves as state president; Isadore the model institutions in city, promise to telephone the said vic-
brought officials of the Inter Civic Singleton, Second Congressional had been advised of his condition I Grand Lodge. In a divvying up 1956 the grand lodge has
arm-loads of tim.Polk deal behind closed doors the conspirators received $1.00 as and for head tax
Council lugging two District vice president and Atty. earlier this year after an exami- Sheriff

records into city court in compliance Ernest D. Jackson, member of the nation by medical authorities Rorace County Costine Deputy said McDowellhas cut themselves into and $2.00 as and for St. John's
with court order. of his amounts ranging from $200. to Day tax.
a board of directors. but despite the knowledge orally confessed the crime,

Judge Rudd issued subpoenasfor Members of civic and :social impending death he made a val- and that medical examination $2,700. The Grand Lodge has received
the Council's financial and iant effort to remain cheerful and The most recent testimony session -
groups are invited to attend the showed the 33-year-old woman sums of money as and for dispensations -

other records over the objectionso banquet Speakers from various I i cloak the solemn burden he car- _....- ,- ............. had been raped. He stated further was held earlier this week at registration.fees, salesof
Defense Attorney Theries ried in his'heartFraternally EU GENE BUTLER which time attorney Fred Noble dues books, stationery, print-
parts of the state will be on hand that a wrist watch, which the alleged -
Lindsey. who challenged the legal t o address the group on matters he was a memberof cheerful until death victim claims her assailant took testimony for the complainants ing supplies, installation fees

right of the court to order them vital to all Negroes of Florida. the well known Alpha Phi I took from her, has been recovered demanding an accounting of special sums for salaries, etc, the

in. There is a small charge for ticketsto Alpha Fraternity and the DuvalCounty's from McDowelLIt the lodge funds. Attorneys D. W. total amount of which is unknownto .
arranged a conference Woman Perkins and Horace Hill of DaytOna -
Lindsey Easlside
Alliance. His plaintiffs.
help defray costs of the meeting Principal was disclosed in a later report -
with Circuit Judge Hugh Taylorfor i :" ickets may be obtained from death came as a great shock to his that McDowell claims the represented the GrandLodge. The Crusaders charge that the

Friday presumably in connection Isadore Singleton,members of the many friends and acquaintances.He Cut By Husband woman mother of 6, agreed to 1 lodge has property, cash and
but he declined ;
with the records
Christian Democratic Council and leaves his sister, Mrs. MaryL. have intimate relations with him, The suit is being brought in mortgages valued at over $100,000but

to say whether he would the Jacksonville Telegraph Press, Mallard; brother J. C. Butler; stating that he first saw her in a the names of masters of subordi- were unable to ascertain from

appeal Rudd's action.A 2545 Moncrief Road. uncles, Charlie, city; Prince, city, An Eastside woman who turned super market approximately three nate lodges who are members ofa the officials the name of the bankin
little over an hour after the deaf ears to her estranged hus- Masonic known as the
and Calvin Butler of Detroit, months ago.McDowell. which Grand Master Henry
council"records were turned over for reconciliation
band's plea .
Mich.; aunts, Mrs. Emma Butler, stated she stoppedher ordered the cash deposited.
to Judge Rudd Lindsey obtaineda : SOUTHSIDE WOMAN Mrs. Annie Butler, of Detroit, and Became the cutting victim of her car early Monday after he plaintiffs are: Johnnie H.
court order requiring Tallahassee i husband. I Henry has been confined to bed
Mrs. Lucille Melvina Bright; one I sounded his horn at her. He said Goodson, Washington Lodge No(
Clerk George'White to of 1435 Franklin with illness for several months.
City Marie ,
Mrs. Page
IS KILLED BY AUTO I niece Miss Alice Mae Anderson: she talked with him and admittedhim 386; A. J. Collins, Collins LodgeNo. I
bring before Judge Taylor Fridaythe Street reported that she was
God children, Charles D. Brooks, to her car.According .. 602; Jessie Lane, Temple
original record books contain- Jr. and George Nairm Jr.; among cut on the arm by her husband to his statement, he Lodge No. 340; Edwin E. White,
ordinances and amend- Hannie Mae Robinson, 40, who lives at 1149 E..
ing city age John E. Page Beach Policemai
H. Y.
No. 25 and
the cousins, Mrs.Bessie Merchant, then drove'to the place where the Fogis Lodge ?
ments to them. and residing at 4103 Atlantic 5th Street last Sunday Oct. 23. :
Mrs. Maggie Gordon and Mrs. act was performed and she volun- Brown, Harmony Lodge No.1.
Boulevard injured fatally said
was The 56-year-old woman
Ruth Walthour; sister-in-law, tarily gave him her name, address Named as defendants wit h
when hit by car near her home. that she and her husband had ResigisFromPosl
!Mrs. Annie Butler; nephew, J. C.I and telephone number. These Grand Master Henry are: R. R.
MAN IS ARRESTED According to reports the victim been separated since' last Febru- .,
Butler Jr.; devoted friends, Mrs. were reportedly in his possessionwhen Williams, Sr. Deputy Grand Master
was crossing the street to go to Emma Lee George and Dr. R. W. ary and.that he came to her homeon he was arrested, along witha ; Attrus Fleming Grand Senior According to latest reports, Pa-
her home when struck by a car i of the cutting and ask-
ON HIT-RUN CHARGEJake Puryear; other relatives and day notebook containing names and Warden; P. A. Mitchell Grand trolman Arthur Townsend a
driven by Elmer T. Davis, 2433 ed her to her relationships
friend. addresses of several other wo Secretary; and A. Carey Gibbs, member of the Jacksonville Beach

Jordan of Grey Oaks Forrest Street. It is believed that with him. men. The victim claimed, however Grand Treasurer.The police force since last May, has
she darted in front of the auto- She told investigating police'that
Lodge was held in county jail that he demanded this in- complaining Crusader turned in his resignation as the
mobile without looking. when she refused his requesthe the
without bond to face hearing ona formation. charge that the officers of the outcome of investigation by
Justice of the Peace T. O. Hol- REGISTER TO VOTE cut her on the arm and took City Council of charges of brutal-
involving a i holding
hit-and run charge grand lodge have >een
examined the body and scheduled $21 of her money and left.
according to reports mes VOTE and illegally in ity made against him.
14-year-old girl Books Close October 5th The woman was taken to Duval REGISTER TO office unlawfully
The victim is reportedly in a hearing. Medical Center where she wa Books Close October 5th view of the fact that a state The resignation which is to be

critical condition at Duval Medi- Registration Office charter provides that all e1edi..eofficers effective immediately; has been
released. She she Office
treated and says Registration
cal Center and Jordan is scheduled ARE YOU ONE OF shall be elected by written accepted, according to a statementby
EAST ADAMS her former
221 intends to prosecute EAST ADAMS
to appear before Justice of THE iwjtt WHO 221 ballot. Chief of Police C. H. Franks.

the Peace T. 0.Ho1m 's. HAVE NOT REGISTERED? mat I



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_.:_ PrilbfeJ. .ky Tfc* florid, Star Piiblitktof c.. of the things that can be attributed to the lack of progress

...."'. among Jacksonville :Degrees are, I: our failure to cooperate in any-
Maftfeg AUrna: thing and 2: individual satisfaction whereby so many of us are
.P. 0. Box 561, JockwsTiH 1, FtoU t not interested in what happens to the other fellow so long as it does
423 ..... Sriwt JacksMvitb FUrid. HUM ELI- 4-3773 I not affect us directly.

I We will .
HtIC.0. SIMPSON .- M.MIa| Edit.-- con-
,..... .. tinue to decryour : of how
C. !> News Staff ate" 1 i ti" ample many of us support
brethren in
things that serve to do us more
.! Member of Associated Negro Press this harm than good.
are It is true that these "jimcrow"editions
SUBSCRIPTION RATES r 1 .. to blame

... Yes, $5.00; Hatf. Y..r, $3.00; Tim AUtk, $!JOAUHri white do publish some picturesof
a young bride or the usher
T. Yo., Avyvfer .. tU Ihittd" StatM. for'
board and of late has
:Siuriit4e.s ,.,.... I. ArfrwK Sad Chocks .r MMT Orrfm -Y.: our progWe : : buttering us
FLOtWA STAR P. 0. COX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDARespect ,repeat | up with full page picture spreads
9t ?- that flatter the vanities of those
it isn't so
who like to be in the limelight.

Triie WUk Finis Tkai Yn r: \ I :L....4 ll .,'__ ing that our is the I'I'an |f I, about But those the good pictures things and we are stories do-

ing in the religious social and
ress. Our lack
One of the responsibilities that a Negro newspaper must 1e civic fields are circulated only
progress is due more to the
accept is that of listening to the complaints of colored citizens so among our own people. The white
fact that we as Negroes do not
who have been dealt with unjustly or who may in some way people never see any of those
exert enough effort to realize the
have been subjected to persecution or undue humiliation. good things that we are doing
progress we think we should at
The Negro newspaper that stands for the' rights of its t .f because the "jim-crow" page with
people and is not afraid to speak the truth then airs these QA'f tain.We do not sit down and evaluate the "colored news" is pulled out

complaints and offers, after careful consideration, what it things in their true light. We i before it gets into the white

believes is the besa solution for preventing a repitition of the ;5T as a group do not analyze nor recognize homes.

injustices, or at least a.plan to minimize them. the things that are detrimental On the other hand however

During the past week our attention was called to two un- to us. Instead we gobbleup the news about Negroes being accused -

savory conditions in this city. A respectable colored lady everything that is put beforeus of crimes goes into the regular

reported that when asked her name in Phelps Fabric Store invariably because they satisfyour section of the newspapersthat

while making a "lay-away" purchase, the saleslady whom vanities, passions or foolish go into the other communi-
ri3 whims. ties. It would appear that if Negro
she was "Mrs. persisted in writing the customer's name
without the title applied to a married woman. When the The Negro people's support of social, religious and civic
customer inquired if that was the customary 'practice the the "Jim-crow" STAR editions of news is to be segregated then the

saleslady informed her that she would have to secure permission w4iL 5 : J"LEADERSHIP 6 the whitte newspapers is an exbrerce crime news should be segregated.
We don't see why white people
from the manager to write the customer's name as _
"Mrs." When the saleslady sought that permission the man- IN DESEGREGATION. WILL ELIMINATE STRIFE' I -!i -- should be any more interested inNegroes'

ager instructed her not to write "Mrs." Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 .crimes. than- they. are in
ed and off balance from time to our social and civic activities
It is difficult to understand when some white store people time. Do not There is much need for you to
permit in
a sag con-
: This
have the misguided belief that it takes something from themto T be careful in connection with pattern hinders our prog-
fidence to
distress. It
cause is
address a colored patron as Mr. or Mrs. About the only Your Weekly now for you to the money and financial commit- ress, because white people who do
necessary put
you not
ments at this time. really know us can only see
conclusion we can come to is that those who persist in calling interests of mate other However, these I
your people Negroes in the
by their first names Negro customers who contribute to their Horoscope GuideWHICH to the fore, allowing them are some aspects that can be they have read light of the crimes

food, clothing and housing are simply the crude, low-class their day in the sun. If you follow constructively used to correct previous we have committed. -
type who can only compensate for their low-doss existenceby mistakes or errors in your
ARE YOUR LUCKY this course and listen carefully to
treating Negroes with disrespect and contempt.The DAYS FOR their counsel and suggestions allwill budgeting, money setup. Used in I But who is to blame? Not the
BUSINESS = LOVE TRAVEL this manner, these forces will white publishers altogether. The
other situation which was called to our attention is go well-far better than you
the fact (which we have investigated and found to be true) By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES could expect if you were acting bring you through any trouble- Negro people are the ones whore
some They are, how- supporting these editions. If
that the Gulf Service Station at the corner of State and Jefferson alone.
ever, adverse for launching new we had that spirit of
has a separate toilet for white men and a separate one 899801569393.SCORPIO cooperationwe
for colored men. activities from which you may could register our disapproval

We view the bringing of this type "jim-crow" pattern the past, turning enemies into expect quick or unreasonable by not supporting institutions
Born March 21 thru 19 gains. whose policies hinder
April friends
right into the heart of the Negro neighborhood where the Gulf and capitalizing on oppor- Born Oct. 24 thru No",. 22 6-50-13-74-248.. our prog-
There are two rather doubtful tunities ress.gItawwai.
service station hopes to derive most of its patronage as an profit, acquisition of If you find the right outlet for
insult to the Negro people. periods for your pocketbook and, valuable items You show some your energies during this period,
personal fortunes the first i
being special affection
The solution, as we see it, for rectifying the conditionsas or attention to it will be easier to avoid the ten-
connected with loss through easy those ill or in need, and it is
exist In such places as Phelps Fabrics and the Gulf Service going tactics or untimely spend- appreciated. The 28th of much dency toward irritability mentioned f. f I Ir
Station State and Jefferson is that Negroes withhold their ing for luxury. The second period month should bring above. The second week of
patronage from these places that offend. involves possible financial surprisingnews this month can be one of your
complications or interesting contacts link- best in improving business or finances ,JI/i (N( UI'SI'.n r- -
The most effective instrument the I
Negro people can use because of errors in accounts ed with friends and social life.
to bring about better treatment in stores and concerns that or stubborn attitudes. If You neet'!jmf mtelligenVreliableacquaintance ; through lucky breaks expansion -

do not treat us fairly is the swinging of Negro purchasing you watch your handling of cash about this period. this of work or services. Dur-

power. It has proved most effective in many parts of the and valuables at these times, you 3-10-33-14-74 505. ing period there are signs of
country. will be able to counteract the some upsetting distracting con-
ditions, that can put efficiency -
Fortune magazine reports that a survey shows the totalU. trend. Adverse influences often LEO and well-being in your jeopardyif

S.:Negro income after taxes is $1525"billion, representinga bring loss through misplaced Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 you lose sight of primary goals.
market almost twice the size of Australia. In Jacksonvillethe papers of value or faulty agreements Since this month appears to be Don't let other people involve

Negro population of 105,741 spent something like $147- I impractical promises con- your best time for accomplishment in their problems or intrigues you at
589,000 in retail'sales in 1955 tracts. it will be wise to avoid this time.

A large group of Negroes united in pulling their patron- 5-50_ 6-18-73-361. drifting with the tide now. Don't 3-100-88-17-78-656.

age from firms that are known to give shabby treatment let a sense of well-being cause

could show some of these firms what the Negro trade means TAURUS you to relax efforts which can put' SAGITTARIUSBorn
to their existence. Born April 20 thru May 20 you ahead in the game of life if
Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21
The scattering of planets around you play now for biff Drizes. The
your solar chart at this time of month, particularly this time may Your sign shows some need for

The Urbai the year indicates a good balanceof find you feeling less vital upsetor you to slow down and reschedule
league Story your personal life and activities.
interests and activity along a troubled, if you become en-
variety of lines. Be very wary of tangled in dealings with the' This is an influence which brings

The FLORIDA STAR has always supported our Chest- permitting dependent people, fellow wrong people then. Try to keep added responsibility or conditions

United Fund. It aids our entire community. We urge all employees to involve you in yourself aloof from situations that contribute to physical, men- _

Jaxons to contribute its October campaign.The their schemes or difficulties. You which could put you in a _bad tal or emotional fatigue. It can
people of Jacksonville have expressed their determi- could later discover that some light. however, be used constructivelyto
very vital information or condi- 2 0 77=;-:19 find time-saving methods thru
nation to continue the valuable work of the Urban League.We -59-422.
tions have been camouflaged, and better organization of your affairs -
urge all of our readers to support the League's campaignin
November. : that you are unnecessarily burdened VIRGO and actions. Your sign shows

May we examine several "whys" on the dropping of the I If you find yourself faced Born Aug.-'24 thru Sept. 23 you should bear down hard on

League by the Chest. with an apparent maze of problems -: The influences of your sign better timing of your efforts, con-

1. There was a complete blackout by the local white press in this same period, your I will improve your perspectiveand servation of strength during this

despite national coverage. best course is to face facts and be ability to plan or judge period.
1 70 55 18
-72 96.
2. A Special Chest Committee gave the League a clean above-board. things.[ You seem to be promisedan -

bill of health in August and praised its nine years of service. 1-30-22-12- 5-691. interesting contact or adventure -

Ypt..... in less than a month it was out of the Chest. Whv? through friends around the CAPRICORNBorn
-- -- -
indicated GEMINI 28th. This time could also bring Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
3. Fred Huffman, head of the Chest, that the
, community was "stirred up" over Dr. Granger's Ohio remarks Morn May 21 thru June 21 you gratifying'news of an unusualor This period gives a splendid

about the governor of Virginia and his racial policies. We Throughout this month your. surprising nature, which will chance to make constructive prog-

failed to find any account of it in any local papers or on radio sign helps step up your attractiveness probably be good for your joint ress along lines important to your

and TV. How then could a community of 300,000 persons be- to others, and enables you to financial interests. As the period domestic life property and fame

come stirred 'up so that within three days its Chest had decided -, smooth out many difficulties thru ends, you must guard against fatigue ily interests. Be ready to swing

to reverse itself against an agency it had supported for i individual effort and attention. worry or any untimelymoves with the tide of events which

nine years? You can win others by your or changes. may, from time to time, compel

4. Mr. Huffman admitted to the N. Y. Times that hate charm and personality, and 620331267398. you to withhold your viewpoints.

literature from St. Louis had been circulated in Jacksonville. achieve much thereby. However, The present time is your best for

Many Chest contributors feel that intensive pressure from the entire month shows an in- LIBRA working out settlements, establishing -

the local White Citizens Council and other hate groups resulted -crease of sociability and peace- Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 new foundations for suc-

in the Chest dropping the League. making on your part which is A most active time is forecast cess, comfort, and happiness. You

5. The National Urban League operates 18 of its 62 certain to bring improved popu- during this period and you can could act against your own best

branches in the South. The Chest in each of these Southern larity and other benefits. expect to be kept busy balancing interests in impulsive, angry wayson

cities has resisted demands against the League by the KKK 6-40-55-15-71-236. your interests with those of others the dates mentioned. Make

and WCC. It is interesting to note that instead of complainingof ironing out public relations and self-control discipline your

Dr. Granger's remarks made a thousand miles away, the CANCER adjusting affairs with the familyor watchwords. 1400 WRHC
Chest in both Tampa and Miami raised their League budgetsfor Born June 22 thru July 22 in your locale. Amidst all this 5-80-77-15-67-345. 1400

1957. In Jacksonville our League was kicked out. There are favorable influencesfor surge of change and action you

6. All of us who love Jacksonville are deeply embarrassedover overcoming difficulties from could easily feel troubled, fluster- AQUABIUS'Born KEN KNIGHT

the negative national and international publicity incur- Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

red because our Chest failed. stand courageously against GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 Since fine influences help you

WCC pressures. DM this. ce.po.. Loam were _be.t ,..,..If. Se.d 10 cents (... 4,1., get a good picture of things you Presenting
7T, The local League board attempted to have one of its hi. cola) for cock .......* ordoro ky ..IL Inclvdo Mlf .......... should resolve to follow throughon KNIGHT
interracial committees to meet with the Chest.They also tried "..pe4 ..v IoM.. Write .....Iy. This offer does Mt .pply t. n..11 what is decided then and TRAIN
....... of C..4..
' to have Dr. Granger's telegram of clarification presented. .f tfc avoid any indecision change of 8-9 P.M. 12-1

With these refusals we can only stand firmly behind the League's mind that may tempt you under Nightly

interracial board who refused to "sell principle and cut r PABLO, fLOUDA STAR ASTROLOGER the stress. The early part of this

from their national body." p. O. 'COX MlMCKSONWLLff period is not recommended for SWEET CHARIOT

8. Lastly, the Southern Regional Council tells us that I 1. FIX A journeys or commitments that can
large numbers of Southern welfare agencies now have Ne- N..re1A44 I be deferred. Neighborhood affairs 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday _

groes on their boards. May we salute our local Red Cross, could bring some headaches about
Mental Health Society and Community Service Planning NN I II this time. If you concentrate on Features

Council for also taking this step. We surely hope that our work and your own health inter- BLUES IN THE
Chest will add a Negro to its 62-member board. We feel that .I CNy S.... I ests, it will be possible to avoid KNIGHT

the Chest has on it many men of good-will and the presence of I ',Otto .lftru: getting 'sidetracked and off on 10:30 12 Monday Thru

a Negro representative will aid the cause of good race relations. I 'Dst. Mom I disturbing tangents. Saturday
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Scpttnfcer 29, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR Pee Tlift


I. ".!ls: 1C.i uijk Plitn 6a"'Ii :- -I mPE 1- *ChrysciMtb iiHHM'CliibEKterfains With Tea I

"Mr. And Mrs, Webster, Caldwell
Y f-Newark/-N.-J.' are in-the city
< dz
YuiHng,Mi.. and:Mis. RV/ Dan .

leis of:97* West lilt Street. ,

Mr. and Mrs. IL B.*: Edwards $ ;
Y w
: 6w and, children of Pensacola were J

recent visitors in the city as the V

I house guests,of:his mother Mrs.C. .

M.. Edwards, 3502 Japonica

toad, They were, also guests of
his sisters. Mrs.J.L.'Franklin and Y
r S I p'r
H w Mrs Richard Sermon.. i iI }
'I} an
t, $ D. M. I s Mrs.' M> I..: Cherry returned to
4 1 ,
+.6y the city recentlyafter spending
F hM. vacation in-.New York ,City:

Mrs Cherry isla member,of.Mi.: ?

r'" .. aral Baptist.'Churchr

t q f v Dr. C. S. Williams. director, of: .:y
Public Relations for the AME I a riv

Church is ill in his home at 716 i
i.I i. a
Broad Street. ; p \ ,
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r Y

I9J Miss Mayola Thomas of Cainesville -, $ :
.Q ;. is in the-dry: ,visiting rein.fives. ,, r
e Sh.isthe.hous..guest of, Vr

Mr/ and Mrs. .. 4VN
her anal and unclog : ,' ,
,.., a James Webb of. 129 :Rushing St.,
-= """''' '.h"r. ... "j' :

PLAN COFFEE SIP --.The charming: Jaxons shown in the photo above are-members of the.Let I h i V V ,

Coquettes Charity Club which met last Sunday to outline plans for their coming: Coffee Sip to-be held, 'W \

I! Oct. 21 at the YWCA. From-left. sealed-ares Miss Maggie KeUom. Mrs.Mildred Robinson Mn.Martha YWGA: Director t.

Polite, and: Mrs.Queenie Polite. Standing are: Mrs. Ruth Johnson. Mrs. Sylvia. Johnson Mrs* Agnes,A. x A. 5n ,
Walker. Mrs Naomi Holmes Mrs. Jeannette Scott and Mrs. Lillie Mae -Battle. Named iI I
: To Speak -

!r ..

Tccit/4 Scout Leaders Pineapple Sip Set For Women's DayMrs. 4 V

For Su Hy' Aft8l'HlR, a i. V

$, llkiH6 Hold Session Matilda Alford executive *

A pineapple sip will be held director of"the local YWCA will

Oct. 14, from 4 to 6 p. ro. in the be the principal speaker for Wo V .
LUCKY 16 CIRCLE_ The Durkee Drive home of B. home of Mrs. Ruth Tanner, 316 men's Day in the' St. Joseph _

ENTERTAINS GUESTS Kirklin was the. setting for the Spruce Street, under,the sponsor- Methodist Church which is to be

The Lucky 16 Sewing and Sawing East Division North Florida ship of District 1 of St. Thomas observed on Sunday October 28,

Circle met recently in the Council Boy Scouts of America'smOnthly Baptist Church.A 1956. Mrs, Alford will be heardat : I
round table discussion
home of the president, Mrs. Fan on baby contest will be sponsored the 11 a. m. service. t r 3v .
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nie Robinson 2449 Doby Street. Monday evening.' at the church October 21 by Miss Vivian Johnson a recent JAXONS ENTERTAINED Members of the Chrysanthemum Social and Savings Club which
Charles E. Simmons, Jr.. newly
The winner of the previous con-I elected chairman presided. the Senior Missionary Society. graduate of Florida A. & M. University sponsored a tea last Sunday at the YWCA home are seen in the top photo. From left are: Mrs. Thelma

test was Mrs. Polly WhitBeld will be chairman for the Kempt. Mrs. 'Arkan Suspatlersan. Mrs. Mattie Brown. Mrs. Rosa Lee Newton. Mrs. Marion Hall Stark.
Included in the business trans-
vice president, who was awardeda actions was the appointment of EBENEZER TRIO day.To Mrs. Mamie Sabb. Mrs. Carrie Harley Mr. G. Grant Mrs. Malisia Brown. Miss Mary Wright. Mrs. I

delicious. looking ham. operating committee chairman, a reach their financial goal Viola Pough. Mrs. Ethel MUey and Mrs. Mamie C. Smith. In the photo below are seen some of the
Visiting guests were received Jaxons who attended the affair. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS
definite outline of committee responsibilities TO GIVE RECITALMrs. the ladies are sponsoring the pictures -I

by Mrs. Katie Lockett, Mrs. A. B. possible formulation "Helen of.Troy" and."Hilda

Rucker and.Mrs. L J. Johnson for of Mother's Club Irma L. Women's Crane.!' These, pictures will be
a program Bryant
the occasion which was given I Leadership Is Slated Calendar f'ient6EVERGREEN
.- : emphasis on the importance of Day Program Chairman announces shown for one week beginning Training Day
Mrs. W. Griffin.Thebonored.guests. .
September 30'at the Strand Thea
Cub scouting to the overall program that the Ebenezer Metho-
; were Mrs. the extension of subscriptions dist Church Trio will in a ter..
appear CHOIR
I* B. Lewis Mrs. Amelia Sanders To Be Held At YWCA Branch Sept. 29
to Boy's Life and a discussion recital at St. Paul AME Church SPONSORS FISH FRY
Miss Thelma Ward and M. C.
of problems peculiar to individual Sunday evening for the benefitof Choir 1 of Evergreen Baptist
Jones. _, ,,
.* troop units throughout the the Women's Day celebration.The 9CTA Elects. Church is sponsoring a fish:fry
Leadership Training Day at 'the Branch YWCA will be held
trio is under the directionof 29 in the
city.Scouters September 29, with Mrs. L H. Burney, "Y" member and Y-Teen com Saturday, September ,
MR. AND. MRS. THOMAS present were CharlesE. Mrs. E. H,.Hurley,.and is composed Sweat President mittee worker serving as chairman.The home of Deacon and Mrs,: R.
EDWARDS HONOREDMrs. Simmons; M. L, Rudd District of John Jones second I Smith 209_Park Street'- hey,:extend -
Scout Executive; W.' P. Holmes tenor; Walter Blackman first event, which will be climaxed a cordial invitation to members

Frances McRae was host Jr. vice chairman of the East Division tenor; and Powell Stukes; Jr. The Duval County Teachers' with a tasty luncheon will Entertain and friends of the church to
ess recently in her home. 1350 axons
have its theme "Our Changing
; Raymond Collins; Major basso. The group is quite talented as this affair.
Association .in-a: recen 'meetin& .support
McComhe St. for a lovely party "
Community discussed in relationto
Bryant; Angious-Jackson; Melvin and a fine performance may be elected William D. Sweat as its
given in honor of her daughterand
son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown? J. E; Bradford Jr.; expected. president for the current calendar Housing Employment and Human PhiladelphianMrs. DIXIE JUBILEE SINGERS
Relations with H. James
W. Russell Robinson; Miss Victoria year AT ST. JOSEPH CHURcH
Thomas Edwards of Winston- Kemp; Dennis Stewart; Acie Greene serving as moderator, and District 2 of St. Joseph Baptist
InstallationHeld The election was held the
N. C.Enjoying
Salem Unique
Louis Stokes 'David Sea- Mrs. Gladys Vaught, Mrs. Lea- is'
Strong; ; auditorium of James Weldon Florence J. Rufus of Phil- Church presenting the Dixie
the were
friends of this city including her brook; Wesley Johnson; B. Kirk- For Jax Zetas Johnson Junior High School and nora Davis' and Mrs. Hortense lead- adelphia, house guest of Mr. and Jubilee Singers at the church

two daughters and son-in-law, Lin; Solomon Small; Frank Courtney followed a unanimous vote by the Gray serving as symposium Mrs. E. Wilson 932 Reiman St, Sunday, 8:30: p. m. in a musical
; Leonard Thomas; A. D. ers. was honored by Mr and Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. Anderson and Officers of the.Zeta Alpha Zeta group to do away,with the Repre- program.
Maxey; Edgar Alston; E; L. sentative Assembly, respOnsiblefor Mrs.John Rutledge and Mrs. M. Ralph Powell and her goddaughter ., The church is located at Dewdrop -
Mrs.. Angelena Hcd.n.tWN1iT Chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 'I
Smith;Joseph DeBose, Sr; Eddie the association's policies and Alford will discuss the structure Miss Lucille Luster with a' and Brad Streets and Mrs.
for the 1956-57 calendar
McDonald and J. J. Nixon. for the several and development of the YMCA on seafood dinner in the home of Rosa Coleman sponsor of.the program -
_' year, along with committee chairmen practices past
the local national and international -- Miss Luster. for District 2, is inviting,the
were installed by Eric O. 'ears. .
1no: ed bf f::rruut. W, hrh of the of scale. with Y-Teen members Seasonal flowers were used for public to attend this affair.
Ofr NlfhU egng too Simpson Managing Editor Dr. J. I., E. Scott. director
bumble or itching iu tna loci> orStr Miss Arey t ris pen and some of their advisors decoration on the dining table i
Florida in education and Dean James .
.nt gmeulac. cloudy Of In*. dus to Star a unique ceremony fegra ,;
common Kidney and Bladder intuition held at the sorority house, As elected advisors to presenting in playlet fashion a covered with a lace cloth. RECREATION CENT*
CTSTEX for '" Will Deliver Address: Epsy were
try young:awn t old Lt geared at showing -
firoT*ufety tor drnfclct 422 W. Beaver St, last Saturday the group, with:the latter making program program Mrs. Ella Luster and Mrs. Eva
&litH.for fie CTSTEX..no* test under you"OIIC'pu Improv. At Grant Memorial AME evening. several recommendations for activities and administrative workersof Wilson were in charge of games HAS FULL PROGRAM
the YWCA the effectiveness ofits
Simpson in emphasizing the during the current term. and Ralph Powell Mrs. M. Kow-

GRANT MEMORIAL WOMEN importance-of the Custodian whois After being_elected, the following -I. work pattern. kens Mrs. Ella Luster and Willie I Mrs. E. D. McCray and Mrs. J.

JKNIM MISCLES TO SPONSOIURALLY I keeper of all,sorority property officers. were installed by Dr. After the luncheon Mrs. for Wilson gave brief remarks. Refreshments C. Bass will serve as codirectorsof :

'1h -'women of Grant Memorial began with*this office and made Scott: Mrs. Dorothy Daniels first ence Dixon Branch Executive Director were served by Mrs. Wilder Recreation Center in

a. ... ......, tir.L......ad.saa ... AME Church are hiving Miss the installations as follows: Mrs. vice president; J, L, Williams will discuss the tools used Ralph Powell and Miss Lucille its full-time fall program.. .
... .
aTANUeK.teMrt dsr
TAMBACIC M*with .e*>feet U.... ........* Arey Chrispin deliver the_addressfor Johnnye Bram ,Jones, Custodian; second vice president; Mrs. E. J. by the YWCA to implement its Luster. The Center will be in operationfrom

._.M..r...b....ts....CTANBACK ferMta... their Pew Rally to be held in Mrs. Blanche Jenkins Parliamentarian Gay recording secretary; T. A. invaluable work. Those in attendance were Mr. 9:30 a. m. until 12:00,and

.r..o..w.w Mito*..tart ....*s.w....Ohm the church Sunday- at 8:00 p. In. ; :Miss Rossie C. French. Reporter Jackson treasurer; Mrs. E. N. The following. members will and Mrs. Willie Wilson. Mr. and from 1 p. m. until 9 p. m. daily,

The'rally, which is headed by ; Mrs.-Dorothy Logan Corresponding Hazel Varner, financial secretary; serve with Mrs. Burney on this Mrs. Ralph Powel and son Mrs. with the exception of special

Mrs. Annie M. McIntosh with Secretary; Miss Fan- Mrs. Iris Knox, corresponding secretary occasion iri the capacities outlined Ella Luster, Miss Lucille Luster events scheduled.The .

Mrs. Esther Denson serving, as nye Blue. Financial Secretary; ; James E. Bryant, parlia- : Mrs. Fleet Alexander Mrs. Mamie Hawkins Mrs. Geo- directors announce that the

LEARN. TQ DRIVE general chairman of the affair. Mrs. Kate H. Graves Treasurer; mentarian; and James Schell membership chairman of the rge Jones Mrs. Ora Bell Brown building which has been recently

TU Q.&kk.(t The ,........ Miss Edna Calhoun Dean of Women Mrs. Julia Wallace Secretary; public, relations director. William Branch YWCA, is heading the and sons Mrs. Lillie Peacock, Mr. renovated is now"prepared to
w., 'Te L..,.' at Florida'.A. & M. University Mrs. Stazzie Hudson 2nd Vice D, Sweet elected president, is in- Invitation Committee; :Mrs; Ralph and Mrs. John Neal Mr and Mrs. accommodate:meetings,banquets ,

will speak at the morning President; and Miss Arey E.Chrispin structor at Isaiah Blocker Junior Lott is chairman of the Luncheon Walter Johnson Alvin Jones Mr. craft hobby classes social and

AJAXDRIVING services. President. High SchooL Committee with Mrs. Charles and Mrs. B.. Cherry Mrs. May dance classes. Arrangements have

SCHOOL Music will be furnished by theStantoMusiCho Committee Chairmen are: MrS Brooks Mrs. Victor Sampson Jackson Mrs. Nellie Hayes, Mrs been made for tennis players club

CALL EL _4.0639 directed by Erlene Alback, Program; Mrs. Mrs. O. H. Bradham Mrs.Thomas Bessie King.'Mrs. Viola Winkler, rooms for both male and female

: Mrs. Annette Epsy, at 7:00 p. m. Edith Broadway Finance; Mrs. Stork McGee Mrs. William T. Harper, Robert Smith, Mrs. Louise Har- players. Mondays and Fridays

George Pcrpeno t The public is.welcome to attend Sara Logan,. Welfare; Mrs.: J. V Mrs. V. Davis and Mrs.' L. Hill grove Mrs. Pernell Glover Mr. have been set for Teenagers

'1134W; stIa Street .: II the',rally program throughout.the Elizabeth' Meuse, Juvenile Delinquency IfttIiyeries assisting; Mrs. Ralph McGee will and Mrs. W. M. Anderson- and, Club social and the Talent and

..day. ;Mrs. Naomi Bailey, Gifts; direct the hostesses which in- Mrs. Doris Black. Tennis Clubs, respectively, .
Mrs. Alpha H. Moore Activityand ---
clude Marilyn Wesley, a teen-age
. ; c ,- '" : vf* Promotional; Mrs. Ella L. Bom.t'Tor: member; Mrs. Joe Johnson MrsRosa
_._II-I Jones House and Mrs. Eleanor
Miss Ernestine Frazier
You Don't Have to Go to Town
Davis. Defense Stamp.Dr. Lucious and Johnnie Hutchins and Miss L. Taylor; Mrs.

Nancy B. Woolridge,one of 714 Court J. boy. Sept 8. Charles King.. Mrs. A. Cook and

Zeta's nationally. outstanding ,so. Bennie>and Carrie Lundy, 1661. Miss Hortense Jones will,conduct LOW PRICESOn

rors, is in the forefront in the Hiram St? boy,- Sept. 15. the worship services and song

fight for, Civil"Rights and is_ one Alphonso and Juanita Varner, period.

of the country's''top educaton..Wedding' 1651 W. 5th St. girl. Sept. 16. Your
era/M I rq Mrs. Burney Is urging all
John and Carrie Armstrong
friends and volunteer leaders of '
909 E. Union St, girl Sept 4.
Bells Wm. and Nellie Murray, 744 the YWCA to be present Saturday DRUG NEEDS
from 9:30 a. m. to 4:00 p. m-,
Spearing St. girl Sept 5.
Applications for Marriage' and ask that they telephone the
WRW''AIIUJ.ut''t. James and Hannah Cody, 425 I Trade With Your neighborhood Drug: Stof
Licenses YWCA or contact her on Eighth! 1
fWlI1UI1..t. Jessie St, girl, Sept 8. :
additional information.
Street for
Ollie and Oretha Jackson Jr, Meet Prices Advertked '
.... Jerone Ray 1616 Dot St, age I i We Will Any
2823 Moncrief Rd, girl. Sept 8.
,'' I&ACK _. U and Carolyn'Davis, 1587 Kings i In Your Local PapersWOOD'S
Wnv and.Sammie Witherspoon. ,
> 16. And Tea
$ Vs -:? Road, age 1610 Wilcox Court girl. Sept 9, Contest ; "

.... Ail If1A/i/ WS_ Chas. and Joyce Floyd, Sr. -
.AT1. N
wed..,: .... bselu iitM1, t 1M; Box 244. SU Mary's Ga, boy,: Set For Sunday ;: BIXIE PHARMACY .

14.John .
and Mamie Haymon, Box: Group 1 and Usher Board 1 of 1
arc l 1R! ai.NlAAi! =voairt, II.. 20. PHONES EL 3-3397-98
girl July
; Mfcftg 286 Penny Farms Second Baptist Church will sponsor We Deliver We Alt. Fill AH Doctor PreaaipfM..
.......ea +rrr....... a Baby Cqntest, and-Tea, on ", PAY YOUR'LIGHT V WATER TftEPHONE;
NOW Sunday afternoon Sept. 30 in the
basement of the church. Mrs
.........:[ Y one
'I( 221 EAST ADAMS Lauretta Blount is the reporter. I




f.te ftw rHl fLOKJDA $M* Sottfdoy. September 29, 19S6

, Methodist Church Observes Women's Day Sunday


'- kahe.. Aid Committee Women St. Matthew's UshersTo I Foreign Student At Edward Waters College I I Friendly Baptist Plans -

Hold Tea ._,_ ._ __v, .+ ._ "_A..,__',,_ 'v ..A', ,_ _..._w u ._, .

Selected For Wemei's Bay Program -_ Autumn- :: : S: I For Women's Day Event

An autumn tea will be held Officials for Friendly Baptist

October 7, from 4 to 6 p. zn. at : < t t1L1i1Y Church's Annual Women's Day
General chairman, co-chairman and committee-men have been
2222 Edgewood Ave. under the ;" observance are making plans for
selected to serve on the Women's Day program scheduled for Sept.
.. sponsorship of Usher Board No. 1 the entire day of October 23rd for
30 at Simpson Methodist Church. 0
of St. Matthew Baptist Church. .t thi$ occasion. The following mem-
Mrs/Jlosalee Shannon is chairman -
. The group solicits the supportof .z bers are working toward makingthis
; Miss Mercedes Stubbs and chairman;.Mrs. Floretha Anderson 4
members and friends of the affair
a grand success: Mrs.
Mrs. Johnnie Preston. cochairmen chairman of usher boards;
church and urge them to attend Lillie B. Farrell chairman; Mrs.
;Mrs. Sadie Gadson secretary Mrs. Irene Taylor, Mrs. Came
this affair. Alzena Clayton, co-chairman
; Mrs.Julia Bryant treasurer; Smith and Mrs. Orelia Mosley, co- ;
Mrs. Lacy O. Humble assistant
Mrs. Gladys Morris, souvenir pro- chairmen. '
Leaders pastor; Mrs. Fannie Watts, pastor
gram chairman; Mrs :Theresa Holsey Chapel
for the day; and Mrs. Josephine
Hall and Mrs. Willie Mae West-
moreland, co-chairmen: ; Mrs.The- Services Named For ObservanceThe Evans reporter.

resa Aaron program chairman; Spiritual Church .?
appointed to serve wjr
Miss W.Anderson and Mrs. Anna : x:
on.the various committees: for Activities AnnouncedAt
Hooker co-chairmen Mrs. Evelyn
: ;
Morning and evening worship Women's Day sets for Sept. 30 in
Morgan public relations chairman services are announced by the Holsey Chapel AME Church are .4 Emanuel BaptistDistricts
Mrs. Barbara Morgan, co- ,
; First Christian Spiritual ,Churchfor ;Mrs. Bertha Griffin chairman;
chairman Mrs. Frances Puge fin-
; Sunday September 30. Mrs. Lizzie Williams, cochairman -
chairman. Others named include 17 and 18 of Emanuel
ance Mrs. Reneal Jackson will be in ; Mrs. Fannie Green, chair-
Church the sale
: Mrs. Julia Gilmore, Mrs. Baptist announce
charge of Sunday School which of the decoration committeeand
man ,
Alma Mitchell and Mrs. Vemetta of chicken dinners at the church
begins at 10:45The Rev. C. W. Mrs. Eola Green chairmanof a, #
Williams, co-chairmen; Mrs. Re- Saturday. Also, at 5:30 p. m. on
Bonepart will be guest ministerfor the finance committee.Mrs. .
becca Samuels, chairman of decorations Saturday, Choir 4 will rehearse.
the morning worship which Lizzie Williams will -
Mrs. aside
; Mrs. S.S.Robinson. Sunday has been set as
Mamie Lang, Mrs. J. K, Tonsil, begins at 11:00 a.'m. and'the pas- during the Sunday School, Youth Day at the church and the
tor, the Rev. D. G. Gantling will hour, Mrs. Irene Clark at the 11a. 'i
Urs. Willie Mae Westmoreland, young people will sponsor a pro-
deliver the evening sermon. Eve- m. worship Mrs. Larnita Eas-
co-chairmen; Mrs. Irene Harris, gram during the BTtThour.
music chairman; Mrs. Lucille ning services begin at 7:30 p. m: ton at 3 p.m., Mrs. Beatrice Loganat --__, __.._n___'__ The annual pineapple sip will

Brown, Mrs. Cora James, cochairmen 5:30 p. m. and Mrs. Sary Coley FOREIGN STUDENT AT EWC Miss Vinet E. Hinds of Jamaica. B. W. L. is shown discussing be held in the basement of the

; Mrs. Gertrude, Moore, REGISTER, NOW Mrs. Elizabeth Griffin, and Mrs. her studies with Miss Melionia Cobb. Jacksonville and Miss Marie M. Andrews. She is enjoying her church October 7 from 4 to 6 p.

tag chairman; Mrs. Agnes Carter, 221 EAST ,ADAMS Lucille Stallings at- the 'evening. stay lathe United Stales. m. sponsored by District 10.

Mrs. Marion C. ,Rosamond co- worship. Some of Jacksonville's leading

Baptist Union fUniOIl.. Mt. Calvary BaptistIs that artists is will planned appear for on this the event.program

Feed your babyWfCARNATION. Holds Sessions Of Churchmen Host To Union Sunday John School Dawsey activities will supervise at First

,I Corinth Baptist Church Sunday

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church has beginning at 9:30 a. m.
The Wesconnett and Sweet- Comes To CloseThe
water Ministers and Deacons been the setting for convention The deacons will be in chargeof

Union, which is an auxiliary to of the Ministers and: Deacons the morning worship, which

the Middle Florida and Clay Fifth Sunday Union meet- Union with the Women's Auxil- begins at 11:15 a. m. The pastor

County Association, will close its ing of the Jacksonville District iary and the Duval County Sun- Rev. W. I* Jones will deliver the

"' session with services at Ministers, Deacons and Laymen's day School and BYPU Convention sermon. '
> Sunday
*VS* !* :- f
..' ;;,. ,Bethel Baptist. 'Church, Sweet- Union will be climaxed Sunday in auxiliaries to the East Florida and Choir 3 and Usher Board 4 will

America's I water, Macedonia Primitive Baptist Bethany Baptist Association serve throughout the day, includ-

i The session opens with Sunday Church. which began Wednesday and will ing evening services which beginat

,; School at 9:30: a. m.; services at Music for. the meeting which be climaxed Sunday.The 6:45 p. m.Laymen's.

: \ 11:00 a. m, at which time O. C. began Wednesday, has been fur- Rev. Mr. G. T. McCall,

healthy baby"rniIk Garmon will be ordained. The nished nightly by the Union president of the group will deliver -

sermon will be delivered'by Rev. Choir. However, choirs of each the morning sermon. Mt. League
Fred Williams. church will be responsible for Calvary choir and ushers will

Dinner will be served at 2 p. m. music. Sunday. serve on this occasion.

after which services will be resumed The Rev. Mr. R.'H. Wilson will Heels Sunday At
Dinner will be served 2 p. m.
under the direction of Mrs. deliver the 2 p. m. sermon, at
and ushers of the various churches -
Cleadie Hasley and Mrs. Rosa L. which time the women will be
have been asked
to serve.
Worthy. The afternoon sermon in charge. Unity Community

will be delivered by Rev. J. C. Sunday School will begin i at

Finney. Baptist Auxiliary 9:30 a. m. Union Community-AME Church
Located at Beaver and Everson

Senior Usher Board Closes Meet Sunday Streets has been selected as the
Community.Club Slates meeting place of the Laymen's

Observes AnniversaryThe League, East Florida Conference,
i The meeting of the Ministers
I of the AME Church.
-ftj- I and Deacons Mutual Union, Auxiliary -' Anniversary Event .
Senior Usher Board of First to the Gateway Missionary The regular Fifth.Sunday mass

__ ynyA1 New Zion Baptist Church will Baptist Association, has been in The 14th anniversary of the meeting will be held Sunday;
8 celebrate a dual anniversary in progress since Wednesday at West Side Community Club is to Sept. 30 at 3 p. m and will be

zc the auditorium of the church Ephesian Baptist Church 1841 W. be observed on Sept. 30 with a the last mass meeting in the con-

October 8.. This date will serve 3rd Street, and will climax Sun- program according to an announcement ference year.A .

__ to mark '''the 28th anniversary day with an all-day program. by Mrs. J. Gaithers program has been planned in
the board and the 12th of the president. connection with this affair.
The closing session begins with
presidentThe The meeting is to be held inBrook.s
School at 9:30
Sunday am
public invited to attend ; Prayer House on Tyler ACHING MISCLES
morning worship with the sermon
this affair.Women's. !
by Rev. J. P. Josey; services by StreetMrs.
at 2:30 devotion at O. Kirkland will serve as R. ... pain* .* tir.4t Mr. ..>>>.. .....
laymen m.
p. ;
In with ITAN/ACK.tabl.a.r pw4r
Day ,Set 3:00 p. m. and missionary sermon general chairman and will be STAN BACK acta fa.t.bring.omf'rtia'
._-s 1L ; by F. P. Alex; BTU services at supported by the other committee >.U.,...Mea_tile STAN. BACK fonmtembiAM
.. ..v.r.l ara..ioti.e typ to
x Ai Hi. Pleasant 5:30 p. m.; services at 7:30 p. m. chairmen. ,rdi.nti fw fast relief eil e.l..
i _t4J with communion sermon by Rev.E. The public is invited.

:. L Wilcox.

;__ :;tJIldlaEgglestoAMaekOeIroifa Beginning' with Sunday Schoolat
-' 9:45 a-m. Sunday and continu-

ing throughout the day the women Church Notes
of New Mt Pleasant CME : PUBLIC-SERVICE
Church will go'all out in sponsor-

ing their annual recognition affair ANNIVERSARY AT ST. PAUL

Mrs. Essie. M. Simpson will Beginning at 3 p. m. September s' The truest cpruioH *f ,our calling it the

serve as guest superintendent for 30 the Pulpit Aid Board'of St. tc' aid that we CON tin i* alleviating lift'
Prize Winner of the Carnation Hometown Healthy Baby Contest.
School services and visit-
Sunday Paul AME Church will hold its
t3Iy This traiaed do
greatest tragedy we are t :
ing teachers ,will conduct the anniversary program. The publicis
classes. invited and to attend this for this we taro built and furnished; ".
:\: YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION,the milk Carnation because it is the world's urged
Mrs. Etta L, Brooks, Assistant affair. home away from ...." for year coareaieace.
every doctor knows. Eight out of safest form of milk for your baby's Librarian at Wilder Park BranchLibrary ,3 .

10 mothers who feed a Carnation bottle...the most nourishing and will speak at the ll a. m. We are always spa to suggestions as te how

formula say: "My doctor recomdigestible, too. It's America's services and' the Rev. Mrs. Marie FRATERNAL NOTES this service COB better meet your ...cI..

? / mended it." Yes, you can trust "healthy baby" milk! Washington, assistant pastor of
Walters Memorial AME Zion

Church will speak; tt3..p-jj m.
Pallbearers Lodge.216 will meeton

BEST BRAND FOR YOUR Making. plans for this'headed observance Wednesday night, October 3, Holmes and West Fueral Home

is- committee by at 8 p. m.at 1082 Davis Street.All
Mrs Addle Jackson arid Mrs. members are asked to come pre- W. P. Holmes, Jr. Directors Alphonso West

Doretha Gelsep;;chairman and cochairman to their October
;,COOKING AND .. pared pay endowment Telephone PO 5-1641
Dues for the month of
October will be $2.50 including 2719 W. Edgewood Avenue Magnolia Gardens

OQFFEETOOI! icfiirniTi] Miss Jacquelyn Fort endowment. Rev.. G. W. Miller is 24-Hour Ambulance Service Off-Street ParkingCHAMPION'S

the president.

: Featured In Recital

...... Jacquelyn Inez Fort, Gospel Fall Tea Is PlannedBy

;: Singer will be featured in a re-

YAP0RA1iDiBETTERBLENDING cital October 15 in St Stephens Grant AME Group
A.M.E. Church. The recital is
Fall Sale
being sponsored by Mrs. Inez Opening -
Carnation A fall tea will be held in thebasement _
Bivins and the proceeds will go
.l1a. J gives'O'.1 rich flavor and smooth towards Women's Day, to'be held of Grant Memorial '
results every time..in every AME Church October 14 from 4 Values $7.93.1Dress
October 21.
recipe that calls for milk! -front The program will consist of to 6 p. nx, with Airs. Beatrice Pants . . $2.99
Gay and Mrs. Minnie Belle Neale
C.effafl4 some of,the latest gospel songs by '
CREAMY-RICH Carnation Jacquelyn Fort and also 'numbersby serving as hostesses. Nylon Stretch Sox .. 3-fbf ,$1.00

"creams" coffee, fruits andcerealstoperfection.CarnaUon twuioft the-Junior Choir of Greater This is an annual event and is 100% Odes. '

'1 '.;. is: the rich milk that whips, ,a; Zion Grove Baptist Alberta Church Lati-of church.sponsored, by. the' women of the' Long Sleeve Sweaters '. '. $4.79

too! Get several cans today! Wesconnett; Mrs. :
::: .. WORLD'S LEADING BRAND more; Miss Francis.Scriven; Sun- Mrs. Alvenice McQueen, Mrs.: Wool Flannel Pants . $7.95
+. OF EVAPORATED MILK I'" light ,Gospel Singers; and The Doris Smith and Mrs. Katie

Gospel Echoes. Graves are serving on .the. program
ceremonies for the committee -and promises bas W.. Boy Start -.Pkoa. EL,41118Simpson
;\f l l/ions prefer, it ;to ,any other brand! affair Master wffl.beiMelvin Grace.* exceptional entertainment. ,.

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September 29, 1954 THE IOA/DA STAR Poet Fhra

I NAACP Seeks Action To End Integration Investigation I **


NAACP Asks Kidhvesligalion r Jax Meats Increases. Staff Of Negro Employees

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WASHINGTON-The National 4 eLi.<-.. .
Association for the Advancementof
Colored People 'has asked the x.v X
Democratic Leader of the Houseof
Representatives to institute ac- : -
tion to end._an investigation in I t\ :
Washington schools according to : $

recent reports. __
The request was made in the
form of a telegram and came from
Clarence Mitchell, director of the
NAACP's Washington Bureau.
The organization contends that
the basicpurpose of the special ...ac to
House subcommittee which is | ear
I composed mostly of southerners :: :
is to attack the policy of school :p
integration, instituted here in 1954. to r w "t t..4 -wTYt ,f
Mitchell said he made the tele- *
gram request after being informed -
by the. majority leader in a -*
letter that he could request but *
not order an end to the hearings.A 3 Yi tvy :y; : god} *
Pennsylvania Republican :]R
Rep. Hugh Scott,claims that Adlia v&x3..ao *

Stevenson nominee Democratic and, the party's presidential con-- : .4n ; *

gressional leaders could end the *
perfbormance. Scott said the object -
of the investigation. to show *
that the'Supreme Court's"decisionis ': *
not workable. ': : t.
'a. + ,t6A .
:$'cXi .a6'a'y 3 i'0F Y a. : *
Vice President NixonIs ..v.. ; '

Member Of NAACP >' ; ; : : *
t.h : "if
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KANSAS CITY, ,Kan. Vice \C' *
President Richard M. Nixon admitted ,. ,. _. : : : IT
at a press conference in \ : : .
Houston. Texas according to .reports i' :,.' ( *
to this newspaper, that,he is [ It
an honorary member of the Na-
tional Association for the Ad- : *
vancement of Colored People. He ; *
stated that he was made an hon- : > .
orary member in 1946 when he Fx ,
spoke at a NAACP meeting in v
Moravia, Calif.REGISTER. .

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JAX'MEAT STAFFERS-Jaxons who compose the staff of the lax Meat Companyat deliver fresh.foods to the Jax Meat stores
1100 Broad Street are Hen_at their respective posts in the photos above. LN.
To BEAUTIFUL At bop left are the two cashiers Miss Vivian Wright in the foreground and At bottom right is the newest addition WOLF"d
Mrs. Sarah E. Cruse, two efficient members of the cashier's corps who give custsom- Leroy Wright who was recently added to the
M.AGNOLIAGARDENS ers prompt and courteous attention at all times. and meat salesman. An experienced ,
In the photo at top right is a trio of store attendants who keep the Jax Meatshelves ing hotels Including Ponce Vedra, Wright :
stocked with fresh, wholesome foods that are sold at the low prices. An- lecting the best meats for their dining be-
other important function is that of rendering every assistance to Jax Meat shoppers.Left In addition to the corps of workers there nurse s .
And Inspect to right are: Charles Smith James Scotts and James West. berry and Ronald Stephens, who are in-
The New Homes The photo at bottom, left shows two Jax Meat truck drivers whose; job is to packages. the the
is a
Now Being' Built -

.'-, Two: or Three I Fifth Sunday Services Set At Jerusalem Baptist I Jax Meals Announces The WBtEWOUP"A *. *

,Bedroom Homes Of More Workers To Its
Jerusalem Baptist Church will ship, which begins at 3 p. m. Negro *
Concrete Block holds its regular Fifth _Sunday Jerusalem Baptist will be in ,
omd Brick HomesMonthly meeting at the 'church Sunday, charge of evening services with The Jax Meats Company at' 1100 Broad Street, according *
Mortgage with the Rev. Mr. E.P. Epps pastor the pastor delivering the sermon. announcement by Julian Jackson president of the firm, has *
of Waymon Chapel AME The No. 1 choir and usherboardwill its staff of Negro workers, in keeping with its ,policy of *
'PAYMENTSStart Church,. in charge of the morning serve. I employment for colored citizens in the community they serve.
? service Prior' to the Sunday meeting The most recent addition to the .*
as as
The Rev. Mr. Steve Lowe pastor District 6 is having an'entertainment staff of Jax Meats which has op- Dr. John W. *
$42.31 PER MONTHand of Bethel ,Baptist Southside. Saturday evening in the Ed- erated in the same neighborhoodfor
up will conduct: the afternoon wor ucation Building. more than 13 years is Leroy Conducts Revival
According to the Type Wright a- well-known Jaxon who At Bethel *
Plan You Choose has been assigned to the' meat de- BaptistRevival
partment as'a'butcher. *
MAGNOLIA GARDEN services, in
cashiers Miss
Employed as are
Bethel Baptist *
HOMES: HOWARDS STORE HOURS" Vivian Grant and Mrs. Sarah E. Church since Tuesday }

Have'the Following ,9:30 amx to 5:30 p.m. Cruse who have established a ber 25, are being *'
for their courteous and
Special Feature and etl'CJJ S.Ac reputation Dr. John W. Williams *
Caut.nleuces Open "til 9 pan. Mon. efficient service to customers. St. Stephen Baptist '
215 Laura Street Two colored Jaxons who are Kansas City, Mo. *
Tile Oak
Asphalt or employed as truck drivers are Dr. Williams has been *
Floors -- -- -- -
I, Ernest Hinz and Brady'Lee.
ing inspiring and
.. Carports messages *
the of
I Rounding put corps
1. PatIos public is invited to attend
: MciPzAv8 workers who are employed in : : *
,.. Large Factory Landscaped Finished Cabinets Lots :I I II I virtually every Charles department Smith James of the services 4th. which will end .*

'. Hot Water Heaters I the store are
I Azf fobr/c/at Murfeot'
:. Space Headers Scott and James West who serve Abyssinia BaptistHonors > *
as store attendants are responsible -
S Tile Bathrooms '
i. Exhaust Fans I $ t I II for keeping' the shelvesof Rev. B. L.W
S Concrete: Drive Strips I 795 I II II the modem super market Merit Pest
,. NO SEPTIC, TANKS e I stocked with the best foods mark- The Rev. and Mrs. B. L.
ed at the lowest prices.
Complete Water Treat- I II will be honored ,Oct. 26 at 8
ment Plant and Sewage I Messrs. Julian Jackson and J.
in an appreciation program, Cola
Disposal System I I I'I T. Cowart, operators stressed the sored by District 4, to be 1400
.. Walking Distance to I I.I point that in addition to employing the church. AU choirs and 10 -
Schools efficient Negro personnel
boards of the church will
o 'COunty School Bus .I I II whenever they.are available Jax this occasion.
:. An County Appro.edPaTed I 1 1J Meats pursues a policy which demands -
Roads I that employees, give each
'. CUr Bus Service II customer courteous. service at all
,. City Mail Delivery &...'_ ----I times. '- RITZ
Spacious: Rooms The firm recently adopted a
Pick the-'Home 'of Your policy of keeping a local Negro
Thursday Friday -
Choice Now Before policeman on. guard at the store
They Are All Sold for the protection of the store as -
1I1G10LIAI.pree.ell ers.well as for the safety of custom-,

*70$ TWIN PEEKS It was also announced that Jax "A
This product has. no connection whatever with Meats will insert announcementsof
Tie America Kerf Crow its weekly food specials. in the ,Cola

Corp California COBBLERS put the world at roar feat with so mach FLORIDA STAR.REGISTER.. ,. af
fashion so much chart, JO.'" sure to rate a "second look"
UjHt ..d flexible as a willow Twin Pe ks" I boasts a .baaatifalleather "EARTH vs .
2478 W. Edgewood buckle cad golden( tipped tie. A ,...., PT, ..-....".- NOW
Phone PO 5-2814 what*'shoe, Just right far year ..ti.. Fall wardrebe foot. hill, .
fall.. shirrs to slim, tria MdtL "THE
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J Page Six. I ___ THE FLOtUDA STAR Saturday September 29. 1956 .

News Of :Interest From All Sections Of: Beautiful Florida

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Puh.ssCounty News, Duval County VK.ti....lv: Se....l. Students, I' Florida lI.rIII} Registration Schedule

BY E. J. VR EN. tats DefeatS I Supervisor o f Registration,

. MSMtduon, ; Street. Palaika Florida Fleming H. Bowden has announ-

: Pho e.Ew 5-3S25 i- ... C. Trade Area I ced a special registration scheduleand

4wt5' r; L .. is urging citizens to come and

This week we are opening; our colUIDDWith a reminder to all of register and avoid last-minute

our readers In>Putnam end Marion counties that there ,are only a ... The Florida Normal and Indus- rush and standing in line.

few days left in which is get registered so as to be able_to "vote'in """ ,trial Memorial College Lions defeated The Registration Office, locatedat

the Nov. 6 elections. BE SURE TO; REGISTER. .,.J.\ I -the South Carolina Area 221 E. Adams Street, will be

I ;> Trade School Saturday Sept. 22, open from 8:30 a. m. to 5:00: p. m.

.Mr. Johnnie Sampson'who has Mrs. Elnora Taylor returned by a score of 13-0. for the next week, and from 6 to

been visiting his relatives in Pa last week from Philadelphia,after The Lions held the Scats to only 9 p. m. on Wednesday and Friday

latka fop the past month left last visiting her sisters several weeks. 5 first downs while picking up 16 of next week and from 8:30 a. m.

Sunday for his home. in'New, York for themselves. David Milliganwas to 5:00: p. m. next Saturday.

City. -. Mrs. Deloris Morris, Mrs. Ollie the leading ground gainer for Allegedly 9,000 new registra-

Howard Mrs. Susie Young and the Lions with a total of 99 yards tions have taken place since the

The mane friends of Miss Ethel Mrs Alene Cummings Harris for an average of 8.2 per carry. books opened June 4, and is said,

Cowen were glad to see her in the motored to Fernandina last Sun- Alvaughn Jenkins was second to have brought the present registration -

city last ,week. Miss Cowen returned day to attend the Post Daughters. with a total of 60 yards for an figure to about 128000.

Sunday to Jersey City, Council average of 8.8 per carry. Jenkins A person must have resided in

N. J. had to leave the game in the third Florida for one year and in Duval I

i The many friends of Mrs. quarter because of an injury. County for six months to be eli-

Mrs.Etta Mae Allen returned to .I Theresa Powell, formerly of Pa- Alphonso Sutton was third witha gible for registration, and these

Palatka cast week after a very I.latka but now of St. Petersburg, total of 46 points for an averageof ... requirements must be met by

pleasant visit with her sons Ar- are glad to see her in the city. 4.6 per carry. October 6, which is the deadlinefor

thur, Jr. and Dr. Alphonso Allen. The Lions meet the Bethune- registration. *

She-was also the guest of Mrs.: Mrs. Bertha Hart motored. St. Cookman College. Wildcats in

Alma Johnson. Augustine last Sunday where she Daytona Beach, Florida, this Saturday -
worshipped at St. Paul AME + night. Itching Torture

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cuson of Church. Bishop Bell delivered,the .

621 Madison. Street had as their evening message PROMPTLY RELIEVE
tion for the youth of our city.
guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M T A.f > The Sigmarettes is another teen- A doctor's formula soothing anti-
Thomas of Lake.BUtler. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Matthewsare relieves the _
DaTe septic Zemo-promptly
age designed for high schoolgirls
and Mrs. James Jefferson and Mr. the proud parents of their ( ./ itching, burning of Skin Rashes.
It operates under the charter
and.. Mrt. Walker Rabbins of third daughter, born on Sept. 11. ? t Athlete Psoriasis, Ringworm and I
Gainesville Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews have been of the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Foot. Zemo stops scratch
__ Inc. The chapter at FloridaA
residing in Washington for the lagandsoaidsLpfllo
iIe'iPx & M University supervises the
Mr. and Mrs L.. C. Purifoy are' past four years. At present she is I activities of the local Sigmarettes.

the proud parents ,of a baby boy visiting her mother in Palatka. There are approximately 30 young

born on Sept. 21. This young fellow Mrs. Matthew is the former Miss ladies in the Sigmarettes. These

has been named Wendell Amy Allen.
folks are
young given wholesome
Charles. Mrs. Purifoy is the former social experiences. SECRET

Miss Sherlie Sherfield, Car Foil Drivers' --j Meetings are held twice a of a great drink \

: month. The activities carried on
The friends of Mrs. Matil- NO LIQUOR nUtH
many are sports of all kinds, dancingand
da, Willis will be glad to know Trials Postponed outings. The most popular NO LIQUOR IASTII

that she is convalescing after_having events are the annual Sweet- RlinlJeD21fJ e9/iJtJ
been ill for the past
hearts Ball which is
Tallahassee The trial of 10 presented: on
week. colored arrested in connection St. Valentine's Day and the ::;ig-

with operation of a car pool to marettes annual May Day. L
Bishop W. B.'Bell was the houseguest 4
boycott city buses has been post- Miss Altha Flowers a senior at
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Oi-
poned by City Judge John A. --___,__...___..,..m '' Lincoln High School, is presidentof
good over.the week-end. He also
the and Mrs. Dorothy W.
delivered' the morning message Rudd until Oct. 4. Students are seen at work and practice) in the,Beauty Culture Classroom of the Duval County group -
Bell is the
for the Men's Day at The postponement was grantedat Vocational,High School Mrs. Kate Graves,. instructor. This course: is open to.adults and high school sponsor.
There are other teen-age clubsin
Bethel,AM Church en last Sun the request of Prosecutor Ed- students provided they have completed the,ICth.grade.. In addition to the Day Trade Program,persons
the which have
city promotedthe
ward HilL already engaged in the profession may enter the.Evening Tracie Extension, class which is held four
day. ;
development and culture -of
i-. The group including the Rev. nights weekly and improve their skills in hair styling and other areas..
: C. K Steele, head of the Negro our teen-agers but to me these are

Mts..Lillian.Hardy ehtertained InterCivicCouncll and local the most outstanding ones.
several'of her friends in her beau- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford .
president of the NAACP were ar-
tiful new home on last Monday Mrs.,Josephine Cleveland spent a
.- : rested on charges of operatingcars Chatter' PILL TIE PiN
Capital City
night. few hours on the campus visiting
in the pool without a state
her son' who is a sophomore at OH STOMACIlIPSET
for ,hire' license. They pleaded
Mrs. Helen Barnhill and Mrs. By FAMU. She reports- having.had a
innocent and were freed on bonds Half-alive headachy,when constipation
Geneva Harrison Anderson were E. A. KERSHA VI ; most pleasant stay in the capital sours stomach? Black-Draught
ranging up to $150. relieves .
constipation ove"ight.Helps
very pleasant visitors in the city ... cUr before motoring back to the sweeten sour stomach too.

recently as the guests of Mrs. Liz 204 Osceola VPhone25089 Gate City Charles Barnwell of Lsutin-StMJch Swntnor Watts Orsnrickt!

zie Candy,,-an aunt of Mrs. BarnhilL' WOBSPROGRAM Augusta. Ga., who is a frequent No harsh griping Made from pure
vegetable herbs. Thoroughly
visitor to CC. was in town on gently uncorks clogged intestines.Brings .
SCHEDULE. business While here he comforting relief in morning.taghsunny .
Monday. again I Get ..
Rev. J. A. Wright returned this.. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA,. TU genially believed that stopped: at Abner Virginia MoteL
MONDAY nUDAT Pooch Omulattd ..sad (
did than haxm.in.lho Tallahassee area. 1s at orn.
attend- Flossy more good .
week from vacation after .:te lip OnS.M turn to ntm. uy-to-tal TfbUt* toot
ing the National Baptist Conven. C4S Capsule News Weather It brought in these parts the best rain in five yean. "We are lucky U.J.Jl' .J.U 1 ::::. --- -- --
.:1 1:01 Heaven's Egad MclTln Tallahasseeans are to be con-
again seems fo be the.by-word of all. And lucky we are. raUoa sod BUck-
tion in Denver, Colorado. The Grace) .. this housy-.att
gratulated for< the way, they'con- Driujh TbiyioT* liquid I
If1:1:1.: Capsule News ft Weather
popular minister is president of 73 .:t. ,fa. Kid (nib HBdson), This comer extends its sympathy ducted themselves at the prep I
the Ministers and Deacon Union, .:00 13 Capsule News .ft Weather to Mr. Philip Walker Sr., wife On leaving he said, "I shall
11 > The KM (Bob BnftMO) games played at Centennial Field. Stop pain of piles {
= whose wife and three children return!
which is now in session at his 191 t capsule News WtartJ The constant walking during the
>X': church ( Shaw) entire game has ceased and dur-
1t. 11X011X3 Capsule sews Weather noon when a disabled Air Force Tommie Harris local bellhop today at homeor I
li.OJ !!_ Gospel Train Nnmkcr' One ing the half-time the majority of
jet trainer crashed into their isolated has his Coupe de Ville.
Mrs. Ida BoUiRgi..cheu.. of 110 (Melvin Grace) eyes on
the fans remain in the stands to
UM: M-M capsule Newt Weather Leon home after the wise the back!
South SL. died after*ai short Illness 11:03.12:0Gospel Train.Number One County And knowing this one, witness the half-time 'perform money
20,The funeral was (Matrto Grace) pilot bailed out. Apparently kill- days are numbered. It won't be In doctor's tests, amazing new t M r,.. ... !
on Sept. I2e 12:15 Local News (J.jee ance. There are yet still a few Stainless Pazo Instantly relieved L Nda 1 K 5SOehauL
held at Bethel AME;Church en 'oYll'r) ed almost instantly in the house long now! fence birds who are too cheap to piles torture I Gave internal ,and
BOS I23t Han on Street(slaw ftHudson
were Mrs. Mary Ella Walker. 23; external relief 6 medically-proved
September 25. ) purchase a ticket. But I am proneto Ingredients rfiiiHng Triolrte: relieve
or 12:31.12:45 Job Mart (Jeyce Jerner Philip Walker, Jr., 3; Dorothy, 2;
1.18)'I1el' 1. Robert "Bob" Strong very popular paln.itr.h1ng instantly I Reduce
U-M 10 A Woman's World'( believe that the 'deadbeats'we
Mr. Simon Gamble of 912 Bron- ') and Mary 'Lee 1,. all Negroes. 'mortician, left this week fox will have with always. And swelling. Promote sly. You sit.
l-oe 13 Capsule News ft; weather walk In comfort! stainless 1
son' Street died at his residenceon 13 20 Gospel Train Number. Also killed was Capt. Robert D. the gold coast fox a much needed you can believe you me-they are pile remedy. Stainless Pazo Suppositories 80 and 100 Proof. Made
He a member of Two Cttelrta Grace) Willeford, pilot of one of the vacation. While he will.visit or.Ointment at druggists.Otntmntt .
Tuesday. was .
2:00. 23 Capsalo News ft Weather away always the same 'fenceperchers'perching .2', J I... from Grain by LRclsky&Cie
Calvary Baptist Church. Arrangements 23-10 Gospel 'Train Grace maker) planes Tampa. St.. Pete. West Palm and on the spots which'they c.n- Cockeysville, Md., U.S.A. i

are incomplete and will be 30-31 Caps News ft Weather Miami. Meanwhile here in Talla- have perched on season after sea- ,

announced later by the E. W. 13 <40. Jnsptn(Johnny vtta Shaw Johnny) At least six cars got stuck in hassee a beautiful one is wearing son. May your.percbing..PercherS,

Lawson Funeral Home. Survivors CM 4 JJ)-.
include four daughters: Mrs. (Johnny Shaw) ditches, Monday and Tuesday and Bob has been' gone. just four Which,remind* me that 111 be MADAM: MARY

Mable Forbes, of West Palm S0 53 -- 83 1;N Juaptn Capsnie with News JohnnyUonnnfvHiaw ft Weather nights in the Frenchtown area.Twas days. around next weekrwith; Chatter t .

Beach;)Irs. Addie Newsom, Sara- 1:00. CJ3 Capsule News.)ft, Weather black as pitch in many from Capital City. So long. PALMIST

sota; Mrs. Sallie Hough, Palatka. (.61'"- .:!t The Kid (Bob Hudson spots an dthere was no flambeaus. Attending the recently held funeral -

and Mrs. Jessie Fort, Tampa. One 40 SlcD SATURDAY On Last seen phoning for, a wreckerto services of,the' late Mr,An-! -

sister and one brother: Mrs. Car- 0:00.43- la Uet Capsule.*s News Road,.ft(M WeatherS elTta, pull his sharp Super Buick out tole E. Martin were Dr. Hutto and Tallahassee, Teen-Fare, .4 Palmistry Reading ,

rie Mitchell of Daytona and An- Grace) of the trench was Herbert Alex- Noble Sissle of Bainbridge Ga. I
drew Gamble of Daytona Beach 7tj-7-6J Capsule'Newt ft Weather' thai I \ The First Time In Your State .
; t3 S4 The Kid (Bob Hudson) ander. And for once broad shall never forget these gentlemen .
and one great grand >. *: 8.13 Capsule-Now. ft Weather I By Betty Jean Holmes
one grandson smile had vanished. Bud. he was Noble Sissle, one of thegreatest .
S-Ol I-ate Tk '(Bob Hudson) -
- daughter, nieces nephews, cousins 0:60.003. :=News ft Weather' wasn't! musicians and showmen TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA YOUR PAST
>*) lotto Iamp1aJwu.a. Johnny
and a host of friends. ; (Johnny Shaw) in the country and Dr. Hutto whois HI, there. Here I go again with a PRESENT'' &. FUTUREShe'll
100-. le:53 Capcttl News ft Weather dressed .
II JI,- U.-M Gospel Train, Number one, Thatill wind did blow up some considered the best few doings among tbe<<; teen-agers .

Learn Commercial l Art iMelvta Grace) good for the kats ,on the hiwaysand man, in Northwest Florida and here in the capital city Talla- j
110.- 111 Capsule News ft Weather Advise You What To Do :
11$3. !*:* Gospel Train Number. .One biways for the skirts were Georgia. Dr. Hutto is practicing hassee has one of the lowest juvenile -

C.tart f. utR.OYED Anytim. u rt!.- If.li Local Melvin News Grace(Joyce) high and the peepers were sharp. dentistry in Bainbridge. Also at- delinquent records in the ON ALL YOUR' PROBLEMSShe

Joyner') Shaw, One fellow remarked after a most tending the funeral was Mr. Me- South. One of the main reasons .
AMERICANSCHOOL'.OF riv UO$ Man On Street ( ft
Hudson) beautiful leg view "Crinoline, 0 fvy who operates dry goods for this'may be ,that most of the Helps You InAlf.Walks of Life

ART 125.10$5:31 12:45.A Job Woman's Mart (Joyce World Joyner, (Joyce) Crinoline! You had better hold store in the same city. t teen-agers are kept happily busyin IF YOU ;RE SICK AND IN TROUBLE

ft red T. Nor Location Joyner) onto your string!** clubs and other social-activities. .
10 13 'Capsule News Weather!
. 1 C6 CAST BAY STREET 1X3.2$1., Gospel Train Number, The gospel concert scheduledfor -CONSULT THIS GIFTED (
Zed Ike, : Two (MrtTlB Grace), : at Lincoln There are'many clubs here but LADY
29-" 2:03 Capsule-News ft Weather' Mother Games, owner and Monday night past the' one frequented most is the
&:63 1-00 Jumpln with Johnny High School cancelled. The
operator of El Chico Grill, recently was
(johnny Shaw) Youth Center located at 645 North
: 30 3:03 Capsule News ft 'Weather returned from Boston where Suwannee Quintet of Augusta, She Will Bring Success and Riches ,
Driel' /( /4'ol IfiJ 4.M Jumpin wits Johnay Brevard St. The Youth Center is
(Johnny Shaw) she spent a few-days on business. Ga.* The Original Blind Boys of Into Your' Homer
under of Mrs
the supervision
40 4.03: caps Nfjn ft Weather She at one time operated the big- Alabama and Miss Frances Hay-
4T03 -.5 tee wWa Johnny Juanita Jones It.is.a social center
; ;
PAIR 50--S-ul- (Capsule Johnny New Shw)ft Weather gest all Negro-owned, operated :wood of this city were the artists and meeting placefor over 33 | She.Will Answer 3 Questions -. FREE

S3400 Jumpia* Johnny eatery and club in that area. She who .were, to have appeared. All
and who
high schoolboys' girls
(Johnny Shaw) in contact who had purchased tickets -
undoubtedly come persons
6:01- Sao Too Kid (Bob Hudson). gather there Mondays through .
tao sun off with* more stagecelebrities than were gladly refunded their CALL EXt# 8-5638
.. N o 1
*M PAIN* MCAOACHIV; SUNDAYC0 Saturdays for*good/cleaiv whole 'c !
etv KtUftlf M1 1eN.swiACK'rABLars. : ... lIP OC0 anyone else. money.. On Monday night the
.r POWDI" ITANUCIC Jf' 70 .... (Mehrtn some fun.Facilities._ '
....... .. anus school. was set up as an emergency -
... ey. t. ., .laTAf'
SACK .abs .......1 --"r.......e.d. 70 7:30 HeaTeni Read This corner won't be one bit center for hurricane vic- include books, magazines MADAM MARY IS LOCATED: AT. !
r.lm.ae .Ols eII.e ."1'I. to.a ......_ 7 ss ..- .:00 LaOmore Gospel Slaf'rs.. :
,. m..44.4 sect..... M u..... 10 S30 Oral Roberts surprised and when attractive table tennis loop, tennis, ,
MYlTLt IAsr.diw.irJUW.-, ins 90 Heavens Road ** tims.Mr. shuffle boards, checkers and
...................... ... ..... ts.s iawM1p 00 .- 100 Bishop Johnson Laura Vaughn says I do. Her 3704 Beach) Boulevard.TAKE .
........... __ 100 10JO HeaTenty rite Gospel mind. Is just about ,made up and I and Mrs. Frank Stafford cardiThen,there is dancing Thisis

T..TAJII8.\CK .SuiOa5.! 1Ia1-11tt Heave**! Road the announcement should be and their daughter.. Mrs. Frankie the most popular.. activity at MAYFAIR BUS No.21

i tljM l9" -- 10 12-00 Heaven's Heavens Road Road made soon. The lucky fellow is a '.IcGee. (ad ,Mrs. ,Hoxtens, ;:S. the- Center.- Wet-certainly have Just Outside ,City Limits }---
10 20 Heavens Road former Tallahassean who. visited Brown motored'ialhe capital city come to'realize that these social
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1:3aL.JUWUUasma.Apostolle Hour ana did'"his alHn all' to take her yours truly"and'family. Mrs. Ker- Center develop greater friendliness on" Signs

tN 411- 10 1'&It Heavens on load up-state as his newly wedded shaw. my co-pilot is ,the daugh- and more wholesome recrea- i

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,.'September, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR
Po e Seven


Edward Waters Opens Home Season itllMlttll."''zo'" ..".':'::Ai& .... ..:-<: < '. ',:, spirit undaunted.of Archie Moore's remained Indians Purchase

Again Savanna Stale Saturday .. relay. .qf kr;Y..,tr. A a, that heavyweight It he was was believed too championship old to at fight that for time but the. 4 Negro' PlayersCLEVELAND

The 1956 version of the Edward Waters Tigers will open their his showing against Marciano: -The Cleveland

home season Saturday night at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park against convinced the fight fans that he Indians of the American League

Savannah State, College of Savannah, Georgia.In rS1g M 5 a had exactly what it takes. It is announced recently the purchaseof
their- initial- game with Mor- here in 1956 that the man who four players from the Detroit

ristown College of Morristown five first downs and negligible was too old to fight then is now Stars and the Kansas City Mon- PARENTS WITH JUST A TOUCH OPORAJEL

Tennessee the Tigers emerged groundage.The S the chief contender for the heavy- archs of the}; Negro American Lea-
victorious to the tune of 376. ; \ weight title.
game will also mark the gue.The ULfU ADUU IODIMACMU JUST AS MS.
George Bell of Pompano and local debut of Alphonso Varner Moore carried a fabulous record four players were: Harmon

Jerome Hill of Deland led the former FAMU All-American and i into the ring when he fought Marciano Greene 6-4. 190 pound, 21yearold -

Tiger ground attack. The EWC professional football player and for the title. In 1952 Moore outfielder from the Detroit

line led by Co-captain Spencer Harold Richardson, former A & T won from Harold Johnson at Stars; Harold Jones, 6-2, 190 SfcqvmgIs Sticker-

Meeks, Stephen Sanders and John star as coaches of the local team. 9? Toledo Jimmy Slade at St. Louis, po u n d, 18-year-old outfielder; Blade Changing QuickerGillette

Albert held the Tennessee team to Both coaches are exponents of the Bob Dunlap at San Francisco Walter Bonds, 6-6. 209 pound 18-

split T and stress speed. In the Clarence Henry at Baltimore, year-old outfielder and A. J.

Tennessee game most of the Tiger Clint Bacon at Denver Joey Jackson, 6-2, 175 pound 18-year-

Get The Rails Ready yardage was made on "quick: Maxim, St. Louis (Won the light old hurler, all from the Kansas BLUE BLADES

opening plays from the "split T." heavyweight title). City Monarchs.Ted IN HANDY DISPENSE
For Rhodes Pa
Dusty This year's squad averages over In 1953 he won from Toxie Rasbury owner of the two wftfc

He's A ScallawagNEW 180 pounds in the line and has an array of fast backs. Five membersof L y4'4'Q4 San Francisco Sonny Andrews at players to the Cleveland Stadiumfor ki-

last year's All-State prep team wYt ,cC Sacramento Nino Valdes at St. a three-day workout under the 20 rot 10019SC
YORK In expressinghis are on the squad. Over a dozen Louis Al Spaulding at Spokane watchful eye of the Indian scouts,

opinion of Jackie Robinson of local prep standouts are also on Frank Buford at San Diego, Joey including Tris Speaker and Gen- 49 *

the Brooklyn Dodgers Dusty the team. Maxim at Ogden (title bout), eral Manager Hank Greenberg.

Rhodes of the New York Giants, Observers of the EWC team in : f '.'i t rwMz axt1 Reinaldo Ansaloni at Buenos
says, "He is great. practice have predicted that the k rx Aires, Dogomaro Martinez at

"I was born in the cradle of the Tiger team is on the comeback fg. Buenos Aires.In .
Confederacy, in Montgomery Ala. FOOTBALL FOOTBALL !
trail and will once again ,regainthe I 1954 he won from Joey
and what I'm about to might ,, .
say smaller colleges -
top rung among K p Maxim at Miami, Bob Baker at
get me ridden out of town when it once occupied. Coach Var-
Miami Beach, Bert Whitehurst at SECOND ANNUAL FLORIDA CLASSIC
I get back home. But I've got to ner pointed out that most of the New York, Harold Johnson at
Cordie King lovely model was selected lo the
it represent Apex
say local's four
opponents are year New York (title bout).
"I think that Jackie Robinsonas institutions. Savannah State is a Company at the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City. The Beihune-Cookman Wildcatsvs.

a ball player is simply great. senior college and a member of Mrs. Sara Washington Hayes young and dynamic President of In 1955 Archie Moore won from

If he doesn't make the Hall of the Southeastern Athletic Confer- the Apex Company has announced that her Company has employed Nino Valdes at Las Vegas and -

Fame, something is wrong with ence. : one of the country's foremost float designers to create a mobile Carl "Bobo Olson at New. Yorkin
The Florida A and M RattlersIN
the guys doing the picking." extravaganza that will show off four of America's most beautiful a title bout.

"Now, there it is, I said only girls. In 1956, he won from Yolando THE
what I think. Home folks you can Buddy Young It is the first time in the history of the Miss America Beauty Pompey in England and Parkerin

get the rails ready." Pageant that Negro girls have appeared in the Beauty Pageant. Canada. It doesn't seem to mat "GAME OF THE YEAR"Gala

Quits Football According to Mrs. Sara Washington Hayes. Apex Company presi- ter to Archie Moore that he is

dent plans to make it an annual event.SPORTING. called the "Grand Old Man of Pre-Game and Half-Time Spectacular

REGISTER NOW --- Boxing. He continues to fight featuring the
BALTIMORE Little Buddy and still believes himself to be ,

221 EAST ADAMS Young who made football historyat IT UPBY fully fit and able to uphold his Famed Fam-U and B.C.C. Marching Bands

the University of Illinois, star- claim as the rightful heir to the
ring in the Rose Bowl game, was vacated heavyweight throne. Saturday Night, October 20th 8:00 p.m.

selected the valuable
as most
C. PARHAM JOHNSON Moore bases his argument
in the college All-Star on THE GATOR
player BOWL
Standing at the entrance of the claim to the championship of the the fact that he eliminated Baker JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
WATCH THIS CLOWN and nine with
game saw seasons
heavyweight division is the one heavyweight division. by knocking him out on March 9,
I the pro Baltimore Colts, has re-!. and only Archie Moore and whoever When Moore fought Mardano, 1954. He kayoed Bob Satterfieldwho ADMISSION -
967 91-357 tired from professional football.
Box Seat Reserved Section General
enters there must pass by he was the eldest man ever iatry stopped Johnny Holman
16-74-2 The little five foot-four, J7()- Moore who has declared to the to win the?heavyweight title. He twice; he won three out of three $3.50 $2X0 & $2.50 ,$1.00Mail
scatback will remain with
i pound world that he is the only logical won the light heavyweight title from Joey Maxim, the only fighter -
i the Colts as a talent scout and order for tickets aN now befog accepted by Paul Hydge, B.*4-
possessor. of. ,thee heavyweight I when he 36 and then tried for to beat Patterson he beat Nino
was ;
3 4 help with the public relations. lieu Manager, .......e-Coobla. College, Daytoae Beach, Florida;
I crown.. that was.. given. up, by heavyweight title at 38..Moore is Valdes, who knocked out Hurri- J. R. E. Lee, Jr., Business Manager, Florida A and M University,
,During Young's pro career -
= Rocky Marciano.The called the gypsy of the boxing cane Jackson. He is one of the two Tallahassee.
I. .r he was about the smallest Tickets on sale after October lit at the following Jacksonville
player in professional ranks, his day Marciano announcedhis world he came up the hard way. fighters ever to knock Mardano locations: Hollywood Music Store, 605 W. Ashley; Cohen. Brothers,
most serious injury was a brokenrib. retirement from the ring the He traveled. He was paid. little. down, the other was Jersey Joe St. James Building; and Harry Finkelstein Co., 633 W. Bay.
110-64-283 wild scramble for an heir to the He suffered setbacks. But the Walcott.

673649S..aNra I heavyweight throne got under --

: way. Since the heavyweight contenders -
Mill/Lid/ BtarHdiySimRash
Hilpi are so scarce and far between .
Ilea '
S-tl.. down Mke's the scramble will soon : ". ; .
: jf.f. .(:. t::. 'Fn.
He adds subtracts 'narrow down to a favored few. jL :,: :
H. works It all aroand > +
The list is made up of such
Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic
fighters as Archie Moore, Tommy"Hurricane"
promptly relieves itching,stops .
scratching: and so helps heal and Jackson, Floyd Pat- .
19-82-53 dear surface rashes. Buy ExtraStnrtgthZemotor terson and Bob Baker. Other .
youngsters are Johnny Summerlin : r

stubborn cases!Im zemo Johnny Holman, Willie Pas- 4 : .

trano Eddie Machen and a few ; >
others who have the opinion that :no't f n..
hiD they are heavyweight contenders. :, :,
t 1
'HELEN OF TROY" In a match between Hurricane : +
SUtf. THRU SAT. AND Jackson and Floyd Patterson.Patterson .... .'..-[l n; :;

30 OCT. 6 "HILDA CRANE" outfought Jackson and I ..

won but even at that Lippy .1n. .:..
BreidbarL Jackson's manager believes :',
- his fighter is the logical

looSEVELT STEW contender because he met and N Amencan .

won from Bucceroni Layne, Bob
Sus. Tees. Sept. 30.Oct. 2 See. Tues. Sept. 30.Oct. 2
Both ht R.. Jose Russell Baker and Clarence Henry. Gus
DESPERADO"-PI.. Pier terson believes his fighter is the .1 I & taste,. ;
Jack ,4.
Des Daiky sad \.eu Mores man because he won from
Extra MCAlooNIA" Weel. Thurs. Oct 3.4 son. -,
All Negro Louis Jordan B."e Davis
'VIRGIN QUEEN" Patterson, the youngster who
W.C n..,.. Oct. 3.4 Plus: ANGELA" has not been in the heavyweight IL II1
lit R.. V.. Jolt.... division long enough to actually
MJ PACES TO BAKER ST." Fri. Sat. Oct. S-6
Plus: .ORPEDO AlUY" .SANTA FE PASSAGE"Plus establish him as a logical contender _
having reached 21 years of age
Fri. Sat. Oct. S-6 .OIlPEDO AUEY"
just| a short while back and could ,
A.dia Murphy "DtSTRY" Also No. 10 1
PIIII: "IRON GLOVE" "GUNFIGHTERS OF WEST" not fight over 10 rounds, but his
victory over Jackson boosted his

stock. )IL $

Charley Johnston manager of

Archie Moore and a man whose
COLLEGE FOOTBALL opinions are recognized in boxing

circles, believes Archie is really

the man to take over, but he also

Georgia Florida Classic believes Floyd Patterson is the .4
chief threat to Moore's title. John- "" '
EDWARD ston : "At one time Moore :E .i--
WATERS COLLEGE says ... v Uratour .
fought eight fights in eight

weeks." As he continued to boost .
the stock of Archie Moore he s y '
-, said,'"Patterson fought an Indian n -:r
', /; SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE named Williams who nobodyever \", ... .' ,.T ....'t; t}' -

Savannah Georgia heard of; and then a guy : .,
named Jimmy Walls, who had his i' 1 '
\ ,._
license taken away from him .
Satirdiy September 29 1956 after the fight." Y I Traditional favorites: Up New England .

When Moore heard about the way Tine food-like the famous boiled dinner

Kickoff 8:00 p.m. retirement of Marciano he was is an honored tradition. So, too is 'CalvertRESERVE .
in Vancouver training for fight: ,
rich, pleasant Cah-ert. It is part of our good .
but he thought very little of the
Myrtle Avenue Ball Park report because he had the idea American living. Enjoy Calvert Reserve.

that Marciano 'wanted to spread
Idea for New England boiled dinner Add bay leaf

General! Admission .$1.00 such propaganda and then come six cloves while beef is boiling'. Nothing finer in .
and Justas '
back start fighting again. American taste. Just like Calvm Reserre. e !
Stu soon as Moore felt sure that _
Hts 50c
there was some truth to the report CALVtRT DISTILLERS CO.. N.Y.C. AMERICAN BLENDED
I Xe immediately put in the WHISKEY 86.8 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS -

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Eifht THE fLOAlDA SJVU ___ Saturday, September 29, 1956Chips !

Off The Blocks Wh.r.lfoa To ftop Shop FLORIDA STAR SHOPPING GUIDE Bp The wgeeWhti :: I IPalm'

King Football takes OTtrlhii Saturday for the first time. To remedies for handling the com- :
many of us there is but ODe time of the year and that is football Beach School Board Asks plaint have not been exhausted.It Apts. For Rent
season. There is no feeling like the one you get when you can smell also contended the federal court J
deep of the Autumn air.look at the band and majorettes prance: and Dismissal Of SoilMIAMI was without jurisdiction and that .
watch twenty two fine physical specimen: trot out on the field to Pupil Assignment the suit stated no grounds for Room with modern conveniences. 1
Tie against each other. Your blood fairly eingles. Those of us who granting relief. Phone EL 6-4560 after 6 p. m.
were fortunate enough to attend college. think of freshmen attend ,
fag the first game at old Alma Mater. We remember the sea of The Palm Beach summer and viewed, as a measure Beach. His father who is attor-
County School Board hit by the] to the state's in the admitted that Modern furnished For I
green "dog" caps and the string of "dogs" who marched in to take strengthen segregation ney case room. cou-:
first legal challenge, of Florida's. laws.It local school the lived in district
gives family a
their assigned se !J. We think of the freshmen cheering-sedion Help WantedWOMEN ple only.Good location.Hot and
new pupil assignment law, has boards the authority to assign served by a Negro school.
then remember how proud we were when we returnd the campus cold waler. Phone EL 58398. ,
asked a federal district court pupils to selected schools. However, he argued the school ,
after our freshman year. We were sophisticated sophomores. Tis
judge here to dismiss the suit The challenging! suit was filed district lines were drawn in a To sew easy readycut -
a funny thing but the sophomores are the only ones who hare time 1
brought for a West Palm Beach Sept 11 for 6-year-old William manner that continues to keep the house coats at home. Earn Two large furnished rooms.
to look for a freshman to carry their bags.
Negro boy. Holland Jr. after he was denied races separate.The from $17.40 io $26.16 dozen. Phone EL 6-2863. 1
football the off. We
The men who formerly played are worse
The law was passed by a special' admission to an all-white ele- school board said in its Write: ACCURATE STYLE. Rooms and unfurnished apts.
look down at our waist lines and remmeber when. You know how \
session of the state legislature this i mentary school at West Palm answer that the administrative Freeport New York EL 4-6515.
the old fire horses felt when they could no longer make the fire I
runs. The thud of a foot on leather makes your blood tingle but I
alas, this is today and that was yesterday. It is hard to make the I
transformation from undergrad to old grad but that's what we are.
I wonder how many of us stop to think about how we thought those
old grads looked when they visited the campus for a game. Remember OPEN I
how we snickered when they asked if Miss So and So was still
around. Think of how bored we were when they began to recite
tales of their exploits and talk of legendary campus characters. I
Know what-today the present crop looks at us the same way. As I
Omar The Tentmaker said in the famous "Rhubiyat"'Today is the !
tomorrow we dreamt of yesterday. We the undergrads of yesterday I 9 '
are the old grads of today. !
For some time we have been talking about various and sundry
spots in town. If some of the smug "leaders" of the town would get I FRIDAYNIGHTS
out and look In one or two spots at night they would know why our II
youth are corrupt. One has but to walk the 700 and 800 blocks on
West Ashley and he will see everything under the sun. Drive out
Kings Road and see mere babes smoking and jooking on Sunday or
any other night. The city fathers can't say they don't know aboutit I
because they do. We saw a letter of protest a group sent the
Mayor's office and the place is still going strong. Frankly we think OPEN AN ACCOUNT NO CARRYING CHARGES
the Navy should declare certain places off limits. Several placeson -
the blocks have all of the potentsial and everything" else neededto
set off a full-scale riot.
Hurricane Flossy missed us but brought out theheavy shirts and
some jackets. In Florida we don't think of "Indian Summer" but
you had better look at the calendar. October is here.
There was gloom on the blocks so thick it could be cut with a
butter knife Wednesday afternoon. Not only did the Dodgers lose 7 PC. Modern Sectional Group

but Newcombe was the losing pitcher. Any comment about Brook- t ax?
lyn was the signal for a fight.
William Minton the Buick salesman passed thru. Minton reports -
he had much success in the recent sales contest. You shouldsee 2-Pc. SECTIONAL SOFA
the car he drives. It is "dressed up the most". Minton and
Freddie Brown are preparing to leave soon for the advance showingof BLONDE CORNER TABLE
the 1957 cars. Bill Sherman and Hamp Sullivan of Burwell and
Gordon Thompson respectively have just returned from Miami MODERN TABLE LAMP

where they preview the new "Chewy".
Joe Higdon is having something for everybody. For the "rock ..a:? METAL SMOKER j
and rollers" he is planning "Guitar Slim" at the Two Spot and for
you sedditty folk the one and only Duke Ellington and his crew 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS
will wail at the Armory on the night of October 9. Duke and his
men recently upset the famous Newport Jazz Festival. The Elling- a. OPEN AN ACCOUNT
ton band played at several of these outdoor musical extravaganzasand
drew rave notices for their performances at all of them. Of
interest is the fact that Billy "Sweetpea" Strayhorn is writing with
Duke again. These two are tops in writing music.
Members of the class of 1950 at Stanton High are getting togetherat

the"no Country payee, no Club eatee"Friday. night. Charles Kelly the viceprexysays The Big Furniture Store On The Corner Of Broad And Adams

Laura Wynn is making good her boast that she is planning to
employ some of the best looking gals in town. Proof of this is the
addition of Rose Daniels to the,Fuller staff. Laura is at present out
of town touring the state with her boss.
The Savoy Lounge on 4th and Davis has reopened under new
management. The name and policy has been changed. More aboutit !

next week. 8 PC. Bedroom
On Broad Street the cry is, not "I like Ike", but "I like Ike's Lovely Group
campaign headquarters." Betty Scruggs is making all of the boys
passing up and down Broad Street look in the Ike office. Can't
blame the boys. r --
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On the entertainment kick, the Ritz is continuing its first run DOUBLE DRESSER ,. .
policy. Beginning October 4, the heart rending drama of Rocky '
Graziano's life,"Somebody Up There Likes Me" will play at the LARGE CLEAR MIRROR $
Davis Street house. We see where the "Benny Goodman Story" is ;
coming soon to theStrand. FULL SIZE BOOKCASE BED :
About Town: Evelyn Jones had a birthday last week. She F
wouldn't tell her age. Rapid Robert Hudson the boy wonder of INNERSPRING MATTRESS
WOBS is playing a little cooler these days. He found out that he SPRINGS. = -
couldn't take the late hours and hard stuff with the older fellows. MATCHING BOX ,
We ahlso hear that he's found out that you can't tell all of the girls r "

Met a very charming young lady from Atlanta, Georgia. Petite DRESSER LAMP 4-
Dorothy Sherman hails from the Gateway to the South and is visit
ing in Jacksonville. Dorothy plans to return to Atlanta for the r
FAMU-Morris Brown game on the 13th of October. She invited us
'to attend her birthday party at the Club Casino on Tuburn Avenue.

not Dorothy's Alvin see us birthday James thus he was is didn't October so busy speak.telling 14. Alvin a young says lady goodnight goodnight Hollywood he did Open An Account At The South's Outstanding Furniture Store

style ., Nip "Lord Calvert" Sams and Otis Speights are debatingas
to which is the taller. Nip is busy getting ready for his Fall
Lorraine Campbell has just returned from New York. Passed
her on the way up Broad Street and her outfit brought nothing but
wolf calls and whistles... Sorry to hear that Helen King, secretory
to eral Albert days.Jones is UL Helen has been confined with a cold for sev- 21 PC. Chrome Dinette Group

Dr. Nelson Spaulding is making plans to rejuvenate the once
popular Club Monterey. Doc is busy contacting members and telling ( f '

them of his plans. By the way Ruby Cooke, the popular hostessat 'r' : COLORFUL CHROME TABLE
the club is telling the truth. She did slip down the steps.
Glad to see that Rosiero Thomas dental hygienist in Dr. Satter- '. I 4 MATCHING CHAIRS
white's office is up and about An allergy floored he a couple.of $

weeks ago .Freddie Brown the Buick salesman tells us that his t1 aii 4 MATCHING CUPS
sister Barbara now Mrs. Ray Reed, are still honeymooning in West
Virginia. The coupl ewill motor to Detroit soon and establish resi- 4 MATCHING SAUCERS

dence In the Motor City. '-
Walter Dorman of Ball Liquors the new drive-in located at the '"-, 4 DECORATOR PLATES "; .

.foot of the Expressway on Florida Avenue stopped by. Dorman tells -.
us that "Do-Lolly" former bartender at the Deluxe is now working 4 COLORFUL BOWLS '-

with Bertha him. Hollinger has returned from Albany and parts of her OPEN AN ACCOUNT -. :T T' y

home country. Gla dto see her back. Gotto go, see you next week. .



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