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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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:
November 24, 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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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: The fight over the disputed-Justice berry Powell 30,'a Negro resident, is being held at an undisclosedjail a.tMY

of the Peace of the 11th Dis- another, county for safekeeping pending consideration of his k.p .

trict post moved into another case by a grand jury.Foreman _
nt stage this week, as Mrs. Sarah ... Powell was taken into custody
Bryan fifed a motion to dismissa after a posse of 25 men led by
Ernest; Js.1: bloodhounds from the state prison
suit brought by D. Jack* _. ,
son. Negro write-in candidate, attacking '1' f z camp, trailed him through the
woods to an ice.house where he ; 3&'
the Nov. 6 election.
Y ; By Atgrf; Wicker was employed..
Jackson was defeated when he ;; w uaq,;
i The sheriff said Powell showed
was;forced+njun as a write=Tn .
candidate in the November genera Y"R"Rl d lElrigta :thea're cifuers.whereh0.had., 4 rn.J9!

::4 E : 1'1'p election. He had beaten Mrs. suit of an' argumentUhat( ,started contents of the woman's purse l

FiK: Bryan in, the May primary election on the job between two men wh+ including $(8 in cash and two

but the court ruled that districts disagreed over the work. of one+ 'diamond rings valued at $2,000.
had been unconstitutionallyset of the men'!involved. *" Powell denied trying to assault or

-J up when Mrs. Bryan brought According to statements made harm the woman.

suit questioning the legality of by witnesses, razell Freeman 29, The woman said Powell apparently -
J the district in which she served of 5845 Marigold Road who is concealed himself in her
'f WED THANKSGIVING DAY The marriage of Miss Doris L.
and lost. yard foreman. Thompson Lumber car' when she stopped at 'a truck '
Glover and Mr. Paul T. Bennett Sr. both long-time residents of
The Duval Democratic Executive Company had a dispute with) stop on the edge of Perry for I
Jacksonville was solemnized Thanksgiving Day in a quiet ceremony
breakfast before daylight Sunday.She .
Committee again nominated Frank King. Jr., about his work.
< z performed in the home of the bride's cousin Mrs. Julius Joner. 1S40
_. ,r---______ ____._ the defeated candidate to run for When the men knocked off work said after she hid driven struck West 15th Street The Rev. Mr. Samuel Felder officiated.

THAT DISTANT LOOK Aside from the fact that this young the general election but ignored about 1 p. m. Saturday morning her about in four the back miles*of south the head he helda The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.
Nov. 17 ,and started home they
Jackson who had popular
won by a -
lady btwiiching eyes, the editor also think she represents sister of Miss Gertrude Glover
possesses met Frank King Jr., who had the toy pistol on her and jumpedinto Glover Sr. B. and Mr. Nelson L.
people's vote.
the oriental type. She is one of the reasons the Edward Waters Col. the front seat During the Glover of this city, and Mr. Charles S. Glover Jr. of New York City. '

leg Yearbook will take on a lovely appearance this year.She is Jackson filed suit last week asking job Alonzo earlier.King of 2095 Forest St, struggle, the woman said she got She is an instructor in the Social Science Department of James
: Vivian Jefferson a Jacksonville lass studying at the local AME the court to order a re-can Weldon Johnson Junior High SchooL
the front door open and rolled out
Thomas Helsey, 1015 Jackson St,
vass of the votes, claiming all
institution. George Hampton 910 Jackson St, on to the highway where a passing The groom is employed in the local postal service.
write-ins for him were not count
ed. He also charged irregularitiesin James Turner, 216' Spruce SL, car saw her and stopped. Miss Theora Leggins acted as maid of honor and Mr. Naham

connection with the election.In Arthur Shelling. 352 Margaret Stand Powell it is charged, grabbedher McClellan was bed man. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Ann-

Woman Shot By Husband I Freeman met King at Nira pocketbook and. ran. etie Espy and Miss Gwendolyn Johnson.
asking that the suit be dismissed :-
and Kings Ave. at which time
Mrs. Bryan declared that
i King armed with a .38 revolver

Will Not. Prosecute Him cent the facts grounds a alleged right for to were Jackson the office not to suffi-and establish in allegedly,the upper shot right Freeman leg .according one time Georgia Wails Shooting Of Negro Cop

< to police reports.
that there'were'n6rsufficient allegations -:
r King 31, of 3604 Freeman Rd
Jacksonville housewife was taken to Dural MedicalCentr to warrant a recount or I was arrested and charged with attempt SheriffWEST
7A young re-canvass. The issue of thecourt's Investigated By
I to murder and discharging ATLANTA The state of
last Sunday for treatment of a gunshot wound in the,right jurisdiction in the case
head with her firearms in the' city limits. Free Georgia moved Wednesday to
Mp' and a wound in her following an argument was also questioned.,
1mdlLltlui. man went to Duval Medical Canter gain access to the records of two

Ernestyne Washington 32,' The Duval County Canvassing under his own power. offices of the NAACP. : PALM BEACH Police Chief Robert W. Milburn said a
of 1124 Hart St reported to police Board, composed of County Judge. The case was investigated by The action was taken through Monday his department is continuing its.investigation into the shooting >"
that her husband Robert M. Btycoiiers Seek McKenney J. Davis County Com Patrolmen C. E.Hunt, H.C. Ray State Revenue Commissioner T. last Sunday. Nov. 18 of Negro Policeman Theodore W. Johnson.No .
missioner J. B. Mallard and Supervisor Barber and F. A declared that the I been filed
Washington. 38 of the same Address and Sgts. W. C. V. Williams who charges have
of Registration Fleming Gruber. association has filed no state in- against Claude Thompson 42, Ne-
in-the witha Cowl Trill
struck-her ;head : also named de-
Bowden was a
and demanded. who is held in the Teacker
pistol and then shot her in the fendant in the suit come tax returns gro being IijiredIi ;
that it produce records in order county jail in connection with the
{? right Ship during an argument will be heard by Judge
.., The case
' TALLAHASSEE. An attorney Stevedores Jailed that tax liability if any could be shooting. Car Accideai
. about the house keys. The argument Charles A. Luckie. r;
took place Sunday Nov. 18. for the Negro InterCivicCouncil : established. Chief Milburn ,said no charge

": Mrs. Washington was taken to said last Monday that a Williams sent ,letters to Ruby will be filed until the investigation .
>:: Duval Medical Center.by private car pool operated here was merely For Tax Evasion Hurley, southern regional representative is completed. Mrs. Carolyn White Washington 'i
incidental to action of protesting NAACP and to well-known socialite schoolteacher
that her of the ;
; announced W. Johnson
car. It was Probation Givei Patrolman Theodore -
... segregation on city buses and John C. Calhoun. president and ,. is., reported.. recovering:
condition was not serious. TAMPA Two more Negrt I 1010 9th St, was wounded in
not an attempt to engage in s officials of the Atlanta from injuries sustained when her
The victim told police she did stevedores here received federal I the face by a bullet from a .38-
I business venture. could be reachedimmediately car crashed into a telephone pole : ::
branch. Neither
not want her husband prosecuted Youth In Killiig jail sentences Wednesday or'I caliber pistol fired in the rear of '.
' late last Saturday night, Nov. 17.
Francisco A. Rodriguez Tamps l for commentThe
: Officers T. I. Mays and C. Barton guilty pleas to charges of claiminj. 600tt 21st St Sunday at 5:16 a. m. '
attorney representing the council, letters cited various state The thirty-year-old socialite .
conducted the investigation too dependents on income police reported.
s. said that to compel the council U I TAMPA A Negro teen-ager many laws relating to liability of organizations who lives at 5704 Hollyhock Rd. .
obtain a 'license to operate th<+! who stabbed to death a friend in tax returns. for state income tax Johnson w& taken to the Pine told investigating officers that her -

L Segregationist Wins car pool would be an abuse oj r a school corridor, was placed on sentenced Federal Jimmie Judge Lee W. Johnson J. Barkei tone ( and a regulation of the revenue Ridge wing of St Mary's Hospital car rammed into a telephone pole ,,

G offick; Tuiscretion which woulc l probation Monday for ten years. department outlining procedurefor where he was treated and admitted when she failed to make a curb )
Verdkt and Railu;I
Gwit prison
: ,'Net violate the council's constitution l Judge L. A. Grayson of Criminal Straughter year .in t6 "six months. tax exempt organizations. police said. turn at 26th St and Lovegrove Rd.; :

right of free speech. Court cautioned.Ernest Parker The intelligence,division of th+. Newsmen asked Williams if he Reports stated that Johnson and According to a police report of .
CLINTON Tenn. A 12-man Oh.this and other grounds. Rod. 15, he will have to "walk the Internal Revenue Service habeen ; thought the NAACP was or was Officer Edwin Wade were sent to the accident which occurred late ,

criminal court jury has found, riguez asked in a brief filed witl a straight and narrow path" or 'he! down on dod not tax exempt He replied "I 600ft 21st St to investigate a last Saturday night. the young >
segregationist John Kasper innocent -, City Judge'John Rudd that,a nev r will wind up in prison. workers claiming false depend. don't know, that's why I want to shooting. They heard shots being teacher had been traveling at a .
f of charges of sedition and inciting trial be granted 21 Tallahasse The guilty second -
youth pleaded in tax returns.
riots when the high school I Negroes convicted of operating ai ents filed an application for tax and updn approaching the rear of Mrs. Washington who was first :
degree murder,in the knifing: Joseph Hill supervisor of th<'"
here was racially integrated.The illegal transportation system. i exemption." the house, were fired upon. In an taken to Duval Medical Center \ "J.
of John White, 14 last FebruaryIt Tampa office of the.division,.saiapproximately < ,
jury returned its yerdid The boycotters and the council was the climax of what schoo I 12 Tampa steve_ The NAACP is organized under' exchange of fire from the officers and then later to Brewster suffered "J

after 44 minutes of deliberation" ,, which- is sponsoring the boycot i officials, said had looked like only r dares are now serving prison sent. laws of New York. Johnson was hit b)".the bul- ,bruises about the limbs and ,,1
and some 250 persons in 'the' as a protest against segregate i let fired by Claude Thompson, 'a laceration of the,face. She was re-
courtroom applauded .shouted!( seating each were fined $500.Th I! a minor disagreementParker' was committed to th< rAces on the tax charges. 42-year-old Negro of 541 22nd moved last Wednesday to her .

and screamed: defendants also got suspended 60. State Hospital at Chattahooche PATRONIZEFlorida St Reserve police were dispatched home. where she is recuperating .'

Kasper however, still faces i I day jail sentences.at after examination by two menta: Your' St.rAGI.rtisers to the scene and arrested Mrs. Washington is the wife of '
.. one-year-sentence for violating J t Editorial'Pete Thompson. He was booked and Ralph Washington hotdman..and : :
but (
.. schooL The convictio] specialists was discharge
the high
Federal Court Injunction prohibiting for lodged in jail police said. popular man-about-town. I
interference with integratioi 1 is being appealed. from there as sane last month Speaks Progress I



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>; t '. :- NEWS f 1 POLITICS: AS USUAL .


Published by THe Florida Star Publitfci-; C..
k'V'.w BY LEONARD H; BELL. Guest Columnist

Substituting for Erie O. Simpson .
= Mama Address
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:.f'ot ;. .f,...0. Bur 561 JecU wmIIe' '1. Florida Th die is cast. This presidential election is now just another

423 Breed Street,.,Ja
En< ...... .. :.. .. ... .. '.... .... :... ................. EditorMaaagwf kOcbk4P r try to,analyze the final results. >jl
Louisa ., ::=. .. -:: ... :.::. ..:. : Editor z This column 1

C.' .. .....:.. ..:.... ..._.... .... ....... New Staff INA. has reached Veterans Center

Altamae 'Rkkardson _.. .. ,........._ ..._... :.......... ....Circulation; Dtpt. these conclu- .
sions set forth
: '" <:';- '. Member .Associated Negro Press K- below. We are Here are authoritative answers i'1
"': sure that the from the Veterans Administrationto

...lSUaSCRIPTION-' RATES voter has be- four questions of interest to -
:,:,F4O.. Year. :$5.00; Half Year .$3.00; Three. Maalks. $1.80. r come more in- former servicemen and their fam-
';fV.: MoIU.r.:: 'you. Anywhere !I. the Waited States. it telligent in ilies:

Sa scriptioes Payable! IN Advaoce. Seed Cheeks or Meaty Orders Te casting his ballot Q. I am a veteran with a total
FLORIDA STAJt.- P. 0. BOX 561, JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA and permanent
He has lost noDlUT ce-con-

.his feeling of nected disability. I waited several .,
subserverlenc e months before applying for disability -
Fkriii Cilizens War Of Buying
'. to a single po- pension payments. Is it
Utical t Simpson possible for the payments to be
par y.
fxsiraice From Uiliceised Firms Especially when that party blandly back-dated to the date I incurredmy

I.e'I. ignores his desires and his disability?

needs as a citizen. He has thrown A. Under VA's regulations, the 1

; .The State Insurance Department desires to warn people 7 aside his former blind party Joy; effective date that payments may

,buying insurance from unlicensed companies as to the hazards -- I r" alty and learned to vote with retaliatory begin is the date VA received the

involved.The majority of the sales in question are being made effect toward those claim or the date the disability

through the mails. Companies organized in other states whichare 4'r whom he realized were no longer arose-whichever is later. In your

not willing to subject themselves to the laws of our state, worthy of hisvote.We case, the date of. VA's receipt of
or come under the jurisdiction of the Florida Insurance Departmenit the claim would be later. Y

: endeavor to sell direct to Florida people by use. of think that the results plainly Q. Premiums on my World War

attractive advertising through the U. S. mails. Your State In- demonstrate the pressing need II GI term insurance policy are

surance Department is powerless to stop mail order solicitation for a rejuvenation in both Re- under waiver because I've been .

for the reason that such solicitation constitutes untrusted publican and Democratic Parties. totally disabled for more than six ...;i

commerce over which the State of Florida has no control :, 1 The Old Guard of the Republican months. May I convert my term ,

The majority of the companies that operate through the Party must be replaced by the policy to a permanent plaui even :.

mall rather than through a licensed Florida agent are more liberality and progressivism that !though I am totally disabled?

concerned with the collection of your premium dollar than in surely must exist in the young A. You may convert your term 4

the payment of your? claims. Do not be misled by the attrac- "The Olympics Will Show the World Our Better Side" Republicans. The Democratic policy to any permanent plan ,"i
tive literature sent you or the testimonials in.the printed Party has to clean house completely other than an endowment. Also, .:,

matter, according to this elector you will not be required to take '

As a policyhoider in an unlicensed company there ,is always ;'i-. costly experiences. When you feel ate. For the voters showed that a. physical examination. '

serious question as .whether you would have the protection inspired proceed with confidenceand they feared to place absolute con. Q. My son is eligible for schooling .
of Florida Courts and probably would be compelledto Your 1 WeeklyGuide a dash of good judgment and trol of our Government into the under the new educational i

sue the insurance company in the state in which it is Ii- realism. hands of a Party that nurtures. program for children of deceasedwar i
censed.You would not have the assistance of the State insur- Ho'rOSCOIWHICH 7-:'10-22-14-79-222. proteds and accepts in silence the veterans. His college began '

ance Department because of its lack of jurisdiction over an slanderous rantings and machina. early in September. Will he be ,
unlicensed out-of-state company. In any event; you would SCORPIO tions against minorities. continually able to receive payments from his '
have to depend upon settlement of the claim by mail rather ARE YOU[ LUCKY DAYS FOR Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 spewed out by Talmadge. first day in school?

than by.a licensed Florida Adjuster., BUSINESS, L aVE TRAVEL November 16th thru 22nd Eastland and others of their anti- A. The law specifies that monthly -

There are now a sufficient number of reputable, financially Listen to intuition. Your instincts tacist ilk. payments may not begin before
sound insurance companies licensed in Florida. to take By PABLO, Th,e ASTROLOGER and feelings are very acuteas October I, 1956. '

care of.:all your insurance needs. These companies are represented a rule, but with sound thinking The Negro vote has clearly indi- Q.I want to take a course under
cated that cleaning house for the
by local agents who are our own citizens.. All legitimate they are likely to become even the Korean GI Bill that's com-
Democratic Party must also include -
insurance companies'use,rates that are based on actual ARIES probability of unexpected re sharper. The best days to promote monly considered recreational in
firm support and steady
experience. Any mail order company offering you a ridiculously Born March 21 thru April 19 wards financial or otherwies, that your career or business.interests, implementation of the SupremeCourt's nature. In my case. I need it in
low rate and maximum benefits must make! their profitat November 16th thru 22nd are announced by, fine trine aspects with considerable profit, are the connection with the business I i
someone else's expense., The State Insurance Department Say "no" to temptation. You Your own mental prowess days during this repiod. No mat- integration decision: the plan to enter. Will I'' be allowed
abolition of the social and eco
will,gladly advise you as. to the status of any company or provide safety for yourself and backed by the confidence and af- ter how unusual propositions may nomic barriers that to to take it?
agent upon request. yours when you adhere to con- fection of,those who love: you add seem on the surface, accept them A. Yes-if you submit justification 1
keep the Negro in a second
ventional work and fiscal prac- an inspiring note to your decisions and give them all you've got. citizenship status throughout the to VA that the course will

tices, for the present and the fu- and creations. Your sign counsels 150661263572. be of bona fide use in your present
South and a wider and more just
ture. Your friends urge you to good'living habits and attentionto or contemplated business. or
: dispensation of political patronageto -
The Hoxie Case exercise your existing skills to the those who depend on you. SAGITTARIUSBorn occupation and VA approves the
the Negro, where his voting
utmost and to take steps to develop 9-70- $:-12-69 373. Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 case in advance. The only courses
i .. them even. further so as to November 16th thru 22nd strength is strongestFurthermore absolutely prohibited, by law are

.:{.' The following editorial 'was published in The excel over 'all competitors. Steer LEO When intuition speaks pay President Eisenhower in bartending dancing; or person-

'-1-Tiaaes Corpus Christi Texas, November 7,1956: clear of the illusion ,that this is Born July 2?-thru Aug. 23 heed. There are,no better aspects with his popular return to ality development

have not necessary and that luck or November 16th thru 22nd tor the obtention of Divine guid- office seems to have been placedon
;:The presidential election and international events
tended to obscure the significance a federal court decision short cuts will achieve the same: Give, and you receive.This goes ance, through your powers of per- trial by the Negro voter, to see Stop pain of piles .

which prohibits interference with school boards who decideto purpose. for affections as well as the more ception than now. Your sign pro- if he will really be as effective in
6-30-22-18-7'-395. material tokens of your thought- vides a real.factor in bringing out fighting for and pushing for the

desegregate.The Federal Court of Appeals, ,in St. Louis. ,-has ruled fulness. The warmth you' dissemi- the will best side of your nature which civil rights of the Negro as his today at hot I

schools have TAURUS nate gives heart to those who open grand opportunities to partisans have proclaimed him to ;
that school administrators desegregating-public climb the ladder of Butif -or money back!
federal right to be free from "direct and deliberate inter- Born April 20 thru May 20 adore'you, and may even lead to heed inner success.fears and be. In doctor's teats, amazinc new
November 16th thru 22nd a sudden but enduring' alliancefor you your Stainless Paso instantly rel1eftdpiles'
ference. The ruling came on appeal from Hoxie, Arkansas,
: pessimistic attitudes The verdict of guilty has been
or torture I Gave Internal cad
where 25 integrated with 1,000 white Stay in the driver's seat. Again, the unattached. This period
Negropupils were external rel1ef11 medicallyprovedIngretLents
strengthen the possibility of in trom the against
you brought
pupils last year. A federal district court found that the segregationists' -unusual openings to chalk up ad- paves the way for the purchase or Including iTlolyte, relieve
campaign at Hoxie had been marked by intimidation vances in matters that concern sale of'property'or some domestic missing 720331962257.the boat altogether. both parties in this mass political pfuaLttchme. Promote la.afWylawe healing.You Reduce sit

acts of terrorism and threatened.violence. The local district your pocketbook' the family welfare pursuit, with profitable results. trial. They have been punished walk In comfort Only. stainless

court restrained the White America, Inc, the White Citi- and your key alliances are Take all necessary checks. and CAPRICORN nationally by state and locally by posltories pile remedy.or.Ointment at drag

zens Council of Arkansas, the'Citizens Committee representing very much in evidence.Those you precautions. informed electorate. .TnAmmrk ./ Gr**. r*e.rstwi., ,...
Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 an Oi.tw..t mad Sri pe.il.rie.p .. '
segregation in the Hoxie schools and four individuals I hold in.affection should have their 3100771665756.VIRGO November 16th thru 22nd
the Hoxie say and way for the common
from interfering with the desegregation move by Cultural influences abound.Join .
school board.The court of appeals upheld that ruling. Reports good. Avoid undoing all the prog- the friendly, fraternal and
indicate that the case will, not be appealed to the Supreme gress to date by becoming unrea- Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 social where
groups you can gar-
sonable or inflexible. November 16th thru 22nd
Court.of the United States.
ner the inspiration and culture
ruled that the Hoxie board members were 1-40-55-19-73-24. Changes nrcke life interesting.Even .
The court which xvill, provide the building
"mindful of their obligation" obey the Constitution and if you may be critical of
stones for a future way of life
continued in this forceful: and direct language: GEMINI some of the aspects of modem
that is at educational and
"It follows as a necessary corrollary that they have a Born May 21 thru June 21 days and ways, you can find once
uplifting. Your economic and J
federal right to be free from direct and deliberate interferencewith November 16th thru 22nd many elements of interest and ambitious aims also be
the performance of the constitutionally imposed duty. Two heads are better than one. greater ease for yourself when may
The right arises by necessary implication from the impositionof You have no lack of ideas, imagi- )'ou.ceclde! to look at them more ideas and by methods adopting and ultramodern allowingfor

the duty as clearly as though it had been specifically statedin nation and ingenuity,and you, as objectively. Your sign impart that the unexpected to do the rest.
the Constitution. In many cases the implied rights which well as everyone else, are fully an open mind td the evolutionaryprocess
Do not allow a feeling of inferior-
have been upheld by the courts have been of far less impor- aware of that. But a steadyingand of human and universal ity or pessimism to freeze you

tance than the right against being interfered with in obeyingthe inspiring influence can be ap- development can bring about ex- from acting positively.

Constitution, which is here involved." plied by your spouse or other citing experiences. Hasty deci- 255.40.1771456.AQUARIUS .

This. means, of course, that if the case is not appealedand close colleague. The projects you sions could darken your outlook -
!then reversed by the Supreme Court that Corpus Christi have formed in connection with and make what should be an ex- :k
the South which home family residential and hilarating life one of burdens and
and every other school board throughout Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
'will be from individual service matters would benefit frustrations. See"what lies be-
has undertaken integration secure November 16th thru 22nd
state_or federal interference. It would mean that segregationists greatly when you lean out the ex- yond. Human values have
would not be permitted,to turn back the clock in locali- perience and wisdom of key as- -6-90-8S-15-72-359. worth. The full appreciation, greater of

ties where school officials move to conform with the Supreme sociates. what intimate public and
5-60-44:-139-121. LIBRA your
in schools is
.Court's mandate that segregation public unconstitutionaL -
social ties are worth to you
Born Sept.24 thru Oct. 23 4
CANCER November 16th thru 22nd should not for one minute be

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New StMttofl Hi-Y 0fS ,Royal Matron,,: -' !I Las Coffttefites Is Active Charity Club Naplials Performed

Has Special; Assembly Visits 'Jax Chapters : =" r **_ -""- i .

', v IB Formal Ceremoiy Al St. Philips
The annual Hi-Y Thanksgiving On Thanksgiving DayThe f cF

Day Assembly Program was presented .-rte
in the auditorium of New x 9 hl..,. J,. sy, 4y
eight of the Orderof
chapters At 5
r f p. m. on Thanksgiving Day, in the St. Philips Episcopal
Stanton Senior High School dur Eastern Star heard addressby
an Church, Miss Dannette Elizabeth
' Thayer, daughter of Mrs. Susie
ing the past week under the Mrs.H. B. Miller, Royal Grand h Witsell Thayer; was united in marriage to Mr. Cleophus Michael

sponsorship of the Alpha Beta Matron delivered in St Paul ,. Howell son of Mrs. Evelyn Howell and the late Mr. :Michael Howell.

and Kappa chapters of the Hi-Y I AME Church on ThanksgivingDay in one of thj season's loveliest weddings. Father Vincent T. Harris,

organization on the occasion of her. official R Rector at the St. Philips Episcopal Church, performed the ceremony.
La Val Jones presided over the visit to the chapters.. The
church was beautifully decorated -
which included the
program The meetnig was open to the with white gladioli palms, School System.Mr. .
following participants: Jerome public and members candles and
many candelabra. A solo
Wheeler Fred Fisher Henry Howell is employed by the
brought their friends to hear Mrs.
was Mrs.
sung by Barbara H.Walker U. S. Postal Service.
Gates Timothy Groomes. Johnnie
Miller. Members of the Masonic : and Mr.. Samuel
: G. Lewis
The couple is at home to friends
Gardner.. Eddie Perkins; James 1r
invited and _
Family were
many presided at the .
Mason Allen Chavis Booker T. 4p organ.The at 1182 W. 21st St.
hand to the s = t
were on greet Royal .
Redman Alfonso Franklin Willie Grand Matron. : bride was given in marri-

Miley, Lucious Greene, Leroy ; age by her uncle, Mr: Horace

Burton, Milton Adams. Plincell Following the meeting; turkey Leapheart. She wore a. peau de.
dinners were served in the base- gr sole Activities AnnouncedBy
t made
Mungen Mrs.;"Lillian T. Robinson, gown with a fitted bodice -

and the Glee Club under the di.. ment of the chUrch.Christmas finished with a V-shaped Richard L BrownThe
rection of Mrs. A. H. Moore. : neckline edged with pearls and

Charles D. Brooks, Principal of lace and long sleeves. The backof

New Stanton school, delivermedthe Seal Sale the gown was very full finished students of Richard L

annual address to the assem with lace and pearls. Her Brown School held their electionof

bly. The address was preceded by Campaign PlannedThe illusion fingertip veil was arranged officers to the Student Council

an intreesting panel discussion on from a bonnet fringed with the Maroons winning over

the "Great Hymns of Praise." 50th Annual Christmas 44'V with sequins and seed pearls, the Golds.

Baskets contributed by home- Seal. Sale Campaign has been which were also applied aroundthe The officers are: Henrietta

judged duringthe bottom of the veil. She car- Lawson president Emmett
room groups were the division ; King.
planned by Negro -- >=- ""' ''''
wn.9 'iJ[ >:;
ried a white book
assembly and later distributedto Tuberculosis Committee, headed prayer with a vice president; Emily Holt secre-

needy families by members of by William IL Mathis. James ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY One of the most active dubs in Jacksonville is the Lee CoquettesCharily white orchid. tary; Harold Hooks, assistant sec-

the Hi-Y groups Lundy, Jesse W. Word and Ches- composed of a group of charming and popular young matrons who carry out a charitable project The attendants were Mrs. Helen retary; Thelma Dougan treasurer -

m..Y sponsors at New Stantonare ter R. Cowart are members of the each year. Members of the dub which recently held a colorful tea are seen here. From left sealed Grimes, Miss Estelle Williams, Margaret Johnson chap-

: Clarence C. Fears, WP. Williams steering committee. are Miss Maggie Kellom Mrs. Mildred Robinson. M'J. Martha Polite and Mrs. Quennie Polile. Stand Miss Emily Fielding of Charleston lain; Harold Glass business man

D. W. Davis,John H. Hart, ing are: Mrs. Ruth Johnson. Mrs. Sylvia Johnson. Mrs. Agnes A. Walker Mrs. Naomi Holmes. Mrs. Jean- S. c., cousin of the bride, and ager. Advisors are William Hug-

and Charles D.Brooks,who servesas Mrs. Aldonia Joyner was appointed nette Scott and Mrs. Lillie Mae Battle. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO.: Miss Norma Stirrup of Miami, gins and Lawrence Council.
to contact the Ministerial
special tdvisor to,the organiza. Fla. niece of the bride. They The Aldonia O. Joiner Y-Teen
Alliances and the Baptist Brother.

+ tion. hood..Mrs.Eleanor J.: Kate Gay Graves are cochairmenfor and Mrs. Margaret ,E. Clayton, James B. Day Third Anniversary Set pink wore identical taffeta and gowns carried of rose white and now Club than has at the anytime largest membership since its or- ;

velvet muffs with cascades of
ganization. The officers .
are Bev- :
the booth sales,which will be Workers
By Willing pink camelias. Their hats were erly James Ernestine
Recreation Department held Dec. 7 and 8, and Dec. 14 Wed In West Friendly Baptist Church president;
and 15. Esau Butler and James velvet bands and veiling to match Williams; vice president; Chris-

Seeks t I The Willing Workers Spiritual their dresses, trimmed with rhine- tine Holmes, secretary; Delores
Applications Lundy will contact labor unions, :
Singers will celebrate their Thirdanniversary stones.
and Silas McKinney, lodges and A beautiful and impressive marriage ceremony was performed Sam p son assistant secretary;,

The Jacksonville Recreation unions. Wednesday, October 17, in West Friendship Baptist Church when $ Monday evening. Mrs. Pearl Stirrup of Miami Grace Ross, treasurer; Ella Mae

Miss Margaret Elizabeth Clayton daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Nov. 2 at /clock at New Mt. Fla. a sister of the bride, servedas Green chaplain and Mrs. C. B.
Department officially announced Mr. Mathis is chairman of the
Olive Baptist Church, located on
'the need of Recreation Directorsand radio broadcast committee ,and A. Clayton became the bride of James Benjamin Day, son of Mrs matron of honor. She wore a Perkins is sponsor.
the comer of Brady and Hart Sts.
Alice Aluchua Florida. the pink taffeta dress and carried a The Gra-Y's have planned
for employmentmay Day, Officiating lovely nuptial rites was a
applications working with him are Mr. Lundy
Deacon Melvin Grace will be
Rev. Richard L. Wilson. white velvet muff graced with an program for the year, with the
be made with the Civil Sere Mr. Cowart, Mr.Davis and Major, the master of ceremonies and the
The church decorated with orchid. "Hour of Prayer" being held in
in the Building was
ice Board Utility Taft Cummings. Major Cummingswill following singing groups'will -
located on South Laura Street. be in charge of transportationfor handsome arrangements, of white Mrs. Delphinia Brinson kept the : the Versateers, the Master appear The best man was Marcellus the school auditorium. William
chrysanthemums and gladioli interspersed bride's book. Howell of Ohio brother Huggins and Lawrence Council
The Department is anxious to the broadcasting.Mrs. Assisting with gifts Keys, the Gospel Echoes, the Mc- Cleveland -

employ persons who have given Gay, Alonzo Davis, and with groupings of were Miss Audrey White and Mrs. Call Singers, Mrs. Alice Boston of the groom.' The ushers serve as supervisors of the group.

C volunteer service and who have Mr. Mathis are working on the palms. Cathedral candelabra hold- Dorothy_ Dunlap. Mrs. Lois Hill the Golden Jubilees, Mrs. Julia were John J. Coleman, Joseph The club will distribute baskets

completed high school or above advertising committee. Other ing lighted white tapers cast a was consultant May Morland the Vickers Sis- Thayer, brother of the bride; Rudolph Thanksgiving Day.

education. All others who meet members present at the meetingwill soft glow on the wedding party. The bride is a graduate of ters, Mrs. Vera Waddell the McKissick and AnthonyOree. ,Pupils of a third grade class,

the education requirements and be asked to contact clubs, Marking the family pews were Stanton High School and.Florida Heavenly Fires and the Rev. Mr. Miss Portia Mallard teacher, tooka

not over 30 years of age areeligible real estate brokers, churches professional clusters of white pom-pom chry- A & M University. She is presently H. L Jenkins. The mother of the bride worea trip to Fire Station 6 and to

.to apply and business groups, and santhemums tied with white employed in the Public School Mrs. 1.. B. Story is founder and blue crepe dress and an orchid Imeson Airport. Another delightful -

I fraternal organizations. satin bows. System. Mr. Day attended the president of the Willing Workers corsage. The bridegroom's mother event occurring: at the school

A county goal of $75,000 has Prior to the ceremony a lovely public schools in Aluchua and received and Mrs. .M. Collins is business wore a blue dress and an orchid was,the party given to those born

Smith I been set and through participation program of nuptial music was his Bachelor's degree from manager. corsage also. In October and November Mrs.

Miss Bettye I of interested persons, it is I rendered by Mrs. Dorothy Woodsat Florida Normal College. He is Evelyn Williams, the homeroom

To Be Presented Soon !hoped the goal will be reached. the piano, Miss Cynthia Clark presently in the> U. S. Army, sta- The reception after the*was held imme-at the mother, assisted Miss Mallard.

and Mrs. Verdell S.Jones diately ceremony Internee Aik-
at the organ tioned in Kentucky. Mrs. Dorothy F.
PATRONIZE home of the bride's aunt, Mrs.
Vocal Recital soloist of Bethune-Cookman and
In Out of town guests includedMrs. Horace Leapheart. ens
The .bride was radiant in her .' Mary :Solomon' Madison Advertisers Mrs. Lucile M. Jones, Florida A.
Brother) Joe May Mrs. Howell is employed as a & M. University were welcomedby
Miss Bettye Smith will be pre- exquisite full length wedding Fla.; Mrs. William Johnson Miami -

sented in a vocal recital on Sunday To In Concert gown of white chantilly type lace Fla.; Mrs.-Mildred Owens, Florida Star teacher in the Duval County the faculty.

Dec. 16, at 7:30 p. m. in the Appear and tulle poised over shimmeringsatin. St. Augustine and Mrs. Cornelius

auditorium of.. New Bethel AME I The delicately molded bodice Watson of Palatka Fla. :ri" '" :.
I .;"'.
Church. Brother Joe May, prominent was designed with a V-neck-

Miss Smith, a member of Shiloh I Gospel Singer, will appear in line, with long fitted sleeves end t.'f''. 4.- H ;; -

vocal concert in the Elk's Auditorium ing in points over the.hands. Tiny _
Baptist Church, is currently pursuing ,"
a course of studies at Edward 712 W. Duval Street Sunday lace-covered buttons extended ShirkDeliveries ; A : .

Waters College. She is a I November 25, at 9:00 p. m. from the neck to below the waistin ; look .

voice'student of Mrs. Alpha Hayes. The noted singer began singing the back. Her fingertip veil was ,-
Moore noted musician. gospel songs during his childhoodand held in place by a cap encrusted i; ,

says he endeavors to deliver with seed pearls. She carried a .

a message of truth to the world cascade of white tuberoses, centered Barn Yn: in your

through his songs. with a white orchid.
LEARN TO DRIVE Advanced tickets be obtained -! .
maid of
Miss Hortense Jones,
Cleveland and Martha James, -
Tee TV [l11nfW.y at the usual places. mirror
Qeickest I honor, wore a ballerina length 1116 Haines St. Twin boys, Nov. 3
T. ..... gown of peach taffetta and lace
Walter and Margie Harper, 1504F.
with a fitted princess bodice anda
AJAXDRIVING. St,Brunswick, Ga.. girl, Nov. 7
Avi Ni H WwtEwITANftACK bouffant skirt of taffetta and today.
SCHOOL v net. She wore a small matchingcap Harold and Eliz. Moore, 1154 .
N- i a.tii.d.. ... ... ... r
a Spearing St, girl, Nov. 5.
CALL EL 4-0639 .......1TA.NaACK.tetdsM S.paweMet and matching satin pumps. n Y,
ew fort to brine .. rf.r>hn Her bouquet was of turquoise Willie and Sallie Inmon 223
George Perpeno roll*..........tho CTAMSACK fenwrieCOBBIES Magnolia St boy Nov. 9. and X.+4 4 Iu
'.........- pr.nr+eua .,.. ... chrysanthemums. ,
1)34 W. .5th Street ....... ... teal .....,fill s.ia The bridesmaids were Miss Ina Turner and Annie Eldell 756

Bse Clayton sister of the bride; W. Monroe St, boy. Nov. 8. .V

Miss Vannette Schenk and Mrs. Earl and Ruby Buggs, 2239 see

Venetta Clayton sister of the Kings Rd. boy, Nov. 3.

groom. Their gowns of turquoise Arlester and Ernestine Tisby, ,f ,

., taffetta and net were styled iden 2178 Thomas Court, girl Nov. 5, your hair. .
tically with that of the maid of
Leroy and Wilhemina Edwards, lovely fashion
honor. They wore matching caps ..
Apt 44, 3rd Ave. S., Jax Beach,
and slippers and carried peach it to bee M..> '
.' girl, Nov. 4.Clarence means
A RED CROSS SHOt bouquets.
_L. Moisette and Ethel,
Little Veronica Clayton sister
1785 McQuade St, boy, Nov. 11. Today, gorgeous new hair -
of the bride and Beverly Ann
Elder and Mattie McCriff 3217 color is fashion..and today,
Clayton the bride's niece, were
Plateau St, boy Nov. 2. you an look in your mirror '_
RM Sed.Tria flower girls. Their dresses were ,
Haywood and Mattie Payne, and see the same glowing, 1nstrous >,"..,
+ ad h peteat f' of white organdy with tiny lace- -
1570 McConihe, boy, Aug. 2. color chosen by models like
peter-pan collars, puffed
edged 1
Samuel and Dorothy Andrews, this famous beauty here! Yes,with

a sleeves and full billowing skirts. 1857 Arletha Rd.,' boy, Aug. 24. Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring,
Each "dress was fastened with a
John and Hallie Allen Route 1, you an give your hair exquisite new ,
wide sach ending in a large bow
Box 491, girl, Sept 24. 'color, long-lasting, natural-looking
in the back. They carried. basketsof Thomas and Viola Jones 1875 color...easy u 1.2.31 ;

t rose petals. W. 9th St.. boy, Oct 12. RraseroJer.-Goddwy'a Larieuse Hair Coloring -
William White served as best
Marion and Louise Bowman, is the famous,dependable brand in the red
: The .ushers were William
::a was man 3331 Bridier St. boy, Oct 14. .box known and approved for more than 50 ,
. Clayton brother of the bride;
$ I Thomas McNeill and Helen years. Get it at your favorite cosmetic counter-
# Arnold James, Earl Kitchings and
; $ii.5Us. !4547 Ribault Mayport, girl Oct today-and see your hair lovely u fashion
r James Morris. Thaddeus Hayeswas
::;; '
;;; 19. means it to be
ring bearer. i Will and Emma Bruner, 539 18 exquisite shades
o.r Loy/1/ -Wgy Plan Mrs. Clayton wore a sheath ofbeige .
!Minnie St, girl Nov. 7.
Accent Invited embroidered ,satin with a
< I and 3721
Henry Betty Sawyer,
.- Mail Orders Filled PromptlysofVlfght matching chiffon drape. Her corsage -' Just
.> ,W. Sparres St. bQy..Nov. 3.,
purple orchid. Mrs.
I was a Clarence and Lela Laney, 1618 i
comfortablefyf Day selected blue for her son'swedding ac
.> Barnett St, girl, Nov. 10.
r with an orchid corsage. ''
: Rudolph J. and Clarice Mur- these d u

s :" fyf.wonderful for your active life I l l Immediately,. following the ceremony ray 1754 Helena St, girl, Nov.11. 3easy _
Mr. and Mrs. Day and the
Booker and Williams
,Josephine ,
wedding received guests at ste s (
party p
1702 Hiram St. Nov. 9.
.: .. 'ass;
HOWARDS the home of the bride's brother,
1.SAosyoo IIoIr lion.Apply Godfrey'sLartane J. Altar color Los dovtlopod -
which was decorated with palms fWjiIy.As a dij ..... with heady ,rfioMpoo" bob .1

eel CJJ SAu and white corsages at points of interest COU SIFFEIEISCOLD -' Go4efroy' tort om appBcotar Muded: hipackage. again and tt fa your ,.
Mrs. Jessie Boddie introduced 01 cfhcIM.: fnorh IIyIe.

; 215 Laura Street the guest. Serving as host STANBACK-discomforts proscriptions yUld quickly formula to

esses were Miss Ida Logan Miss STANBACK tablets s. powdm work d/io.r
7Opo. Ttt 9:00 ?A Moday Emma H oil e y, Mrs VemellGlbvervilrs. fttt to bring comforting r.!l.f from ,. MFG.CO. .

IbberodKl bo.M.WhHc ......,vAdt n. AiMitcw NaOoed fW Cnw)' : ; : Callie Jackson and tr 4......, aching 'UMIMUl'allia
Mrs. Ressie Sands. and hMdachM d.._to colds. 3510 OLIVE ST.LOUIS 3,MO.

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i.ge i..t ____ THE fLOUDA StAR iatwdov. Mevcmber 24, 14StI &

I': GrantMemorialSunday School Plans Anniversary Nov. 251

Tke Ceilral Florida Coil ereace I Usher Board Plans Xmas Activities jl! Mrs. Ella Lee Brooks To Review

,Ii Sessin ,Ii Ml. Zioi, Ocala 4."J5S, l ,m '!' i Sunday School Lesson For Day

I 4 2s tare

Emmett N. Reed Sr. acting superintendent of Grant Memorial
The Central Florida Conference of the AME Church is presently
in session in Mt. Zion.AME Church in Ocala. The Rev. Mr. Lloyd AME Sunday School announces the anniversary celebration by the
scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 25, during the school which
Haisley is pastor of Mt Zion and the Reverends E. C. Kelly, L. A group period

Sampson, R. L. Allen and L. Lindsey are presiding elders. !' -1 'l h i begins at 9:15 a. m.
Mrs. Etta L. Brooks, assistant

Mrs. Wardean ,Nichols Henry librarian at the Wilder Park
Rev D, H. Hightower Mt. Zion,,
; .. .. Master Masons
oldest daughter of Bishop DDt .Y a./. Branch Library, will review the
Bartow, the Rev. H. W. Elliott;;
Ward Nichols presiding prelate of lesson and Little Miss Beverly
/ i
Mt. Olive, Beesville, the Rev. W :
the 11th Episcopal District is attending v sah. Colson will do a dramatit reading. Called To Meet
D. Thomas; Mt. Olive, Plant City,
the session, accompanied Another phase of the program
the Rev. H. W. Williams; Eheren,, :
; by her family. will be several musical selections.The .
to be supplied; St. Paul Ft
official staff of the schoolis All master masons will assemble
e The following ministers will be, Meade, the Rev. C. T. Edwards;; ,
Par Y
as follows: retired superintendent in Royal Tabernacle Baptist
heard during the session: Dr., Mt. Zion,Mulberry,the Rev. C. D
Rev. H. L. Cromatie; acting Church on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at
Jesse Beard of Nashville, Term., Dixon; Mt. Zion, Dade City, the ;t5
4eh superintendent, Mr. Reed; general 2:30: p. m, for the cornerstone
and Dr. C. C. Williams, retired Rev. J. W. Bums; Allen Chapel, if
supervisor Amos V. Rose; assist- laying.
., minister of Philadelphia, Pa. Plant City, the Rev. G. A. Rut-
ant and teacher of junior class, The announcement comes from
During the Orlando Conferenceheld ledge; Mt Pleasant, Lakeland, R.
Rev. Walter Brown; secretary, the Rev. Mr. H. T. Overstreet,
last week, the following appointments L. Morrell; St James, Bartow,:the
Miss Crispin; assistant Miss Clara worshipful master of Fidelity
made Rev. T. S. Johnson.
were by"Bishop
Yvonne Walker. Lodge 251.
Nichols Transfers are: The Rev. T. D.
Missionary staff: Mrs. Effie All Royal Arch Masons. Knight
Davis to the Central Conference; ,
DAYTONA BEACH DISTRICT: ---- Warner, Mrs. Rosa Summers and Templars, Sublime Princes Scot
the Rev. W. A. Jennings
The ,Rev. Henry E. Carey,,presiding Conference and the Rev. A. J. IN PLANNING SESSION Members of Usher Board No. 1 of Si. Stephens AME Church of Mrs. Leila Hickson; librarian tish Rite Masons Noble of the

elder; Allen Chapel. Pomona Covington,Tampa Conference.Mrs. which Roy R. A. Armstrong is pastor are seen as they assembled last Sunday afternoon to outline activities Johnnie Britt and the junior class Mystic Shrine, Heroines of Jericho -

Park, the Rev. Leroy Griffin; J.. E. Gary was elected for the coming Xmas season. boys: treasurer and teacher of H. Order of Eastern Star

Bethel San Mateo: the Rev. Virgil president- of the Orlando Florida From left are Mrs.,Birdie Mae Scott Mrs. Majgie'.Simms. Mrs. Mattie Ross Mrs. Emma Lee. Mrs. L. Cromatie Teachers Training Daughter of Isis working under

Starke; ShilohTMims, the Rev Conference Branch, Missionary. Dennis E. Washington and M. Gilbert. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. Class Rev. F. D. Richardson; organist the protection of the MWUGL of

Mrs. E. M. Richardson and Florida PHA, have been invitedto
W. L. Byrd; Macedonia, Oakhill, Society, and Mrs. Beulah Horton,
the Rev. S..L. Fleming; ML: Olive, assistant, Miss Bettye Deloris participate.
Lake Helen the Rev. Z. Nealey; youth director. BrokenhoroHgh Mission Program WEEK OF PRAYER Richardson, and Senior Class No.

Georgetown Circuit, the Rev N. ENDED RECENTLYBY 2, secretary -. --
Wright; Mt. Olive Circuit, the Day Spring Districts Scheduled At Recreation CenterMrs. Departmental Supervisors: Miss Holy Temple Slates

Rev. T. D. Tyson; .St 'James, MATTHEW GILBERT Areatha Johnson. Miss Zelma

Titusville, the Rev. J..Q. Stevens; Plan. Sunday Meeting t Johnson and Mrs. Lucille Baines; General AssemblyThe
Annie Behn member of
home department superintendent
Allen New Beach
Chapel, Smyrna ,
Observance' of a City Wide
the Rev.C.IL Boger; ML Moriah, A mass meeting of District 13 St. Stephen AME Church, is sche- Week of' Prayer and Fellowshipwas Mrs. Victoria Johnson; public relations general assembly of the

Cocoa, the Rev. E. A. Simmons; of Day Spring Baptist Church will duled to participate on the program comvpleted recently by the director William Walker; Holy Temple of the Living God is

Mt. Zion, Daytona Beach A. C. be held Sunday, Nov. 25, 3:30 p. sponsored by the Broken- Hi-Y Clubs of Matthew W. Gilbert cradle roll ,and. beginner ,depart scheduled to be held November
Mission to be held in the
Chandler; Allen Chapel, Daytona nx, in the home of Mrs. Ruby High SchiiL The ment, superintendent, Mrs. Elnora 22 through 25, at 842 Florida
Cente1 programsfor
Beach the Rev. M. "Peter Chap- Walker 535 Orange St A program Wilder Recreation on the week were under the auspices Hemby, and teachers, Mrs. Rich Avenue.
Thursday, Nov. 29, at 8:00 p. m. ardson Mrs. Geneva Battles and
pelle. has been planned in con of the local James Weldon Bishop Sam Snipes is host pas
The mission will "
present a sac- Miss Emma Holly. '
nection with the meetDistrict tor.
SANFORD DISTRICT:The Rev. No. 1 will meet Sunday red play entitled "He Came Unto Johnson Branch of the YWCA. Primary Department: superintendent -

K. D. White, presiding elder; the also beginning at 4:00 p. m. in. His Own and They Received Him Members of the Hi-Y chapters Mrs. Reatha Pringley and

Rev, G. W. Watts, St. Mary Os- Not. conducted devotions over the teachers, Mrs. Edna Clemons,and
the home of Mrs. Betty Sanders, Ten Commandments Tea
teen; the Rev. Ben Holliday, Mh. 1366 Madison St. Noted singing groups will appear t... .,r public address intercommunication Mrs. Gloria Willis.

Zionl Orange City; St Paul, Garfield District No.3 will meet Sundayin on the program which will system each morning during Junior Department: superintendent Planned For SundayAt
to be supplied; Forrest City, also feature poems written by the the week and the 1,400 students
the home of Mr. & Mrs. Bennie Mrs. F. L. Crispin and
the Rev. E. J. Williams; St Paul Brown 1110 W. 12th St Rev. Mr. B. F. Brokenborough. 68 teachers and the non-teaching teachers, Rev. Walter Brown Mrs. Ebenezer ChurchA
Deland the Rev. F. H. Harris personnel all joined in the ob
;I District No. 9 will meet Sundayat Janie Cannon Mrs. Doris Smith
Mt Olive, Sanford, the Rev. F, iJ servance. "Ten Commandments Tea"
4:00 p. m. in the home of Mrs. New Bethel AME and Mrs. Vera Floyd.Intermediate
The activities
P Curtis Bethel, Geneva the Rev. religious were
; Rebecca Edwards 1054 W. 5th St Department: superintendent will be held Sunday, Nov. 25 from
f- C.B.Burry; Ward Chapel.,JSeville, District No. 11 will meet at 4:00: climaxed Friday- with" a special Mrs. Mary Jackson 4 to 6 p. m. in the social room of
f the Rev. W. M. Dukes Gregg AnaouRces Events assembly. The Rev. J. C. Sams,
; p. m Sunday at the church. and assistant Mrs. Gladys Sum- Ebenezer Methodist Church.A .
pastor of the First Baptist Church
i Chapel. Sanford the Rev. T. A. District No. 12 will meet at 4:00 pete, and teachers, Mrs. FreddieM. musical program is plannedin
delivered the address and ,
Fulton; Mt. ZionDeLeon Springs, Ella Johnsonand connection with the featuring
Sunday in the home of Mrs. Mar The annual tea of the Pulpit the service. Other participants Grooves Mrs. tea -
the Rev. M. Z. Thompson MtZion
; the Female Trio of Mt.
811 Caroline St. D. C. Jones.
garet Armstrong
Board of New Bethel
AME in the special chapel session
Deland, the Rev I J.:Flow
Senior and Young People's Departments Olive AME Church and the Male
Church will be-held Sunday, Nov. MRS. ANNIE BERN were: Earl Dennis who presided; '
ers; St. Lawrence Eatonville, the superintendent Mrs. Trio of the church. The
: groups
25, from4 to 6 p. m. at 1461 Win- Edward Coley who read the ,
Rev. Jessie Brown New Bethel, Mrs. Nichols
; Kay T. Sallette Small and teachers, will also combine to give several
Altainonte Springs the Rev. O. IL die St Mrs. Roberta Billings is scripture; Alvin Fridie,. who led

Houston;Bethel. Deland., the Rev. Speaker For SundayAt hostess to the affair. First Born Church the prayer and chant; John Shannon 'M.Mrs.McIntosh Gertrude; Mrs.Hatcher Agnes, A.Mrs.Walker A.- selections.Mrs.. Elizabeth. Nelson and Miss
The annual Blue .and White
F. A. Massie; Allen Chapel, San- ; Vermetta Royster; and Catherine, noted soloists will .
Bethel : Sets Annual and Mrs. Verdie Bradley. ren
ford the Rev. A. P. Postelle; Baptist Rally sponsored by the Sunday Leonard Douglas.Dr. Adult Department: superintendent der several vocal selections and
I School Department will be held E. W. Thompson, chairman
Ward Chapel Winter Park, to be ,
I Mrs Georgia M. Henry Miss Lydia Cutton will be heard
supplied; St James, Sanford, the I Mrs. Kay B. Nichols wife of. Sunday at 3:00 p,m. All auxiliaries The Pentecostal"Church of FirstBorn of the YMCA Board, and Jesse W. and teachers, Rev. Richardson, on the violin.

Rev. Paul Lee; Union Bethel I Bishop D. Ward Nichols, will be: of the church will. render assistance located at 163 *West 23rd Word, Executive Secretary the 'Trexie Collins, Ira Hemby and The event is being sponsored by

t Crescent City, the Rev D. May- the speaker at the morning worship to this event Street is observing its annual YMCA, were present for the ,assembly Mrs.Pearl Eutsay. the Anna Scott Circle of Ebenezer
service at Bethel Baptist A Homecoming Tea will be held Women's Day.Sunday, November and made remarks. Observations '
Methodist Church.
nor.ORLANDO Church Sunday,. November 25, on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 1659 W. 5th 25. Bishop Edward White is pas- also came from CharlesF. The secretaries for the various I

DISTRICT: Presid- beginning at 11 o'clock. St. under the sponsorship of the tor of the church. James principal of Matthew :classes are: intermediate department

ing Elder, tor be supplied; St. Miss Alethia B. Frazier; mem Junior' Usher Board. Former Elder Sister Marian White is to W. Gilbert. I Levi McIntosh and CarolynE.
; Cloud, Good Hope, the Rev. J. D. ber of Mt. Zion AME Church, will I'members of the board have been preside as acting pastor of the day Advisors for the organizationare Wright; senior classes, Ruth Mt. Ararat Plans

Barnes; St. Mark, Davenport, the appear also as guest soloist. invited to attend as special guests. and chairman of the event is : Hi-Y, William Scott and Floyd and Bettye Deloris Richardson DramaAn

Rev. Eugene Threatt; Mt. Olive The program Sunday morningis The Rev: Mr. T. E. Wright pastor Mother Underwood with the assistance Ezekial Bryant; Gra-Y, Fred Hen- I:: ; young peoples classes Religious
(Midway) Sanford the Rev. W. M. of New is Ralph Green and Edith Albright;
r planned in observance of Bethel giving a of Mother Lyse co- don. Officers include Leonard ;
l. F. Thompson; Mt. Zion, Lake Bethel's annual Women's Day, banquet for members of the chairmen. Sisters Thomas and Douglas president; Earl Dennis I'adult classes Deloris Duncan, interesting program has been
Hamilton, the Rev.B.A.Gantt St. Helen Hair Mrs. Lottie M. Rose planned by Usher Board No. 1 of
; which is under the supervision of I|I church as an advance Christmas Smiley. vice president; Robert Washington
1-;. James, Auburndale. the Rev. J. H. Mrs. Mabel Latson and Mrs. Wilma -'gift. The affair will be held in Sister Carrie Larkins will pre secretary; John Shannon, 'and John Armstrong.BAPTIST Mt. Ararat Baptist Church and is

Hollins; Grant Chapel Ovieda the DorrelL the cafeteria of Edward Waters side as guest superintendent during business manager; George Mc scheduled to be presented in the

Rev. R. E. Lamb; Bethel Lakeland College on Monday, Dec. 3. the Sunday School hour and Queen treasurer; and Alvin Fri- church Monday night, November.

the Rev. J. A. Robinson; The W. F. Foster'Boosters Club guest teachers tare' Mesdames die, chaplain.The MINISTERSWill 26.
Pallbearers Of Miami will meet Sunday, at 4:00 m, Marie An outstanding feature of the
Mt Olive Orlando.. the Rev. S. A. p. Sarah Weeks Sirmon, following internes participated MEET MONDAYThe
Observe at The home of Mrs. T. Butler, Mary Lou Murphy. Miss L. Larkin in the event: Miss Padrica program will be the presentationof
Cousins. To Anniversary The Great Judgment Morn-
1227 Fairfax sMen's ,
; and Mrs Andrews. Mendez of_ Jacksonville fausic
BARTOW DISTRICT:The Rev. Sister Mamie Owens will be the major /rfrom Bethune-Cookman Baptist Ministers Brother ing." a religious drama.
St. John Baptist Church located I hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Another of the
L D. Ford, presiding elder;, Cor- Communion morning hour speaker. College; Carl Osborne of Jacksonville phase program
on Bridier and Oakley Sts. A literary program will:be pre- history and political science :ties will meet on Monday Novem will be the "Manless Wedding",

nett, the Rev. James Jacobs'; StJohn. will be the setting, for the 23rd sented at 3:00 p.' m.'with Sister major from Florida A. & M. University her: 26, at 11 a. m. in the Bethel and the ushcers are soliciting the

Bowling Green, to be supplied Anniversary celebration of Pallbearers At St. Philip'sSei Lucy Tuff as mistress of ceremonies ; Eric Knight of Daytona ]Baptist Church. patrmonage of the membershipand

; Mt. Zion Wauchula, the No. 1, Association of,Mi : The junior and senior Beach and major'in musc education Sunday Schiil lesson will be interested persons to attend

ami. Sunday, Nov. .25, at '2:00 p. For Dec. 2 choirs of the Pentecostal Church (instrument) from Florida A. ;previewed by Rev. J. C. Sams. this well-planned affair.

The order of the day by appointment .
the Mt. Ararat Holiness Quartet, & M. University.The
6EnMSUPNl6HTSKwontod I 6, 10, 11, 14, 17, 19 and Mrs. Ashley of St. Paul AME directing teachers are Mrs. ] Rev. H. H. Robinson is the

..20 are to meet'in Matthew W.Gilbert -, The annual Advent Corporate Church, Mrs Harriett Dais Kellyof Doris A. Jones, James G. Brykantand J president and'Rev. G. W. Miller .ACHING MUSCLES

tr'4te4d(to..a. m WMkaeM";iaam (QMttnc High School at 1 o'clock Sunday Communion for men and boys the Church of God in Christ George HilL I Is the Reporter

leB to r vrin.l 1m.A. to march to the church. will be ,administered on Sunday Choir No. 2 of the First Born fU!!.v. Mb .* tired, .....cure. MWclM
JtLD4 s Music for the occasion will be morning, December 2 at 7:30 a. m. Church and Mrs. Be. Griffin will PATRONIZE with 8TANBACK.Ubltta8TAN8ACX sr....<.>.
> .... tdatdd t]!!&:::= Gilbert Andrews, N. McCray, R. J. Arnold acts fait to fcrM*..& a sta.i : -r- furnished by the Matthew W. at St. Philip's Episcopal Church participate.The ...b.c.v*.the STAN BACK trnwlae
: : Tot aada Band and all members are to at Union and PearLThe C. F. Thomas L. Alexander, Florida StarAdvertisers mbtftM. H..raliptiM
......,... &IM&& public is invited to share in Into M-
uniforms.The B. F. Ballard, L. Green, J. Gil- fr4it f.* fast relief ef S..
wear service is one of the special the event.
yard, H. A. Hankins, A. J Jackson
spiritual events of the Episcopal
E. D. Ross, Z. L. Tyrus, and J. W. I
Church and is held annually: at

the beginning of the church year URGENT MEET SET Watskins. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

Lfflle ThingsThat at which time men! and boys of
the church consecrate themselves I

0 to God, and the Church, NEGROES WILL SPEND LOW PRICESOn

Count Father T. Vincent rector of St.Philip's The Rev Mr.,. J,. A. Roberts

Church in an announcement president of the AME Ministerial OVER $3,000,000

urged all male members of Alliance of Jacksonville, has Your
CeMtless huh detaib make vp the .Me" I For ChristmasShopping
t MMO....-...cti..al9 fernera service. Each eftfcem the church to partake of the Holy ordered a special meeting for
Communion. He further stated Monday, November 26, 11:00 ajn, This Year
> is fca 4U4 by es with portkutar care, NEEDS
I that it is his hope that long absent at New Bethel Church. '
for ...I.portnt'o.. each ana s.ey *.*. >
Y ________ itself collectively they wake Ike difference i and inactive male members of the He stated that the meeting is of Make Your Dollars

betweea a .....fee"", ceaseliag service' a4OM .,church avail themselves of the an urgent nature and,expects the Earn You RespectTRADE Trade ,With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

,e wkick adds t. tie fcurden. Oar stiff b opportunity' to rededicate themselves following ministers to attend:

trained to attune every resaensifciftty, se as I to God. -and service- of the Revermends W..R. Akery..T. W. THAT WITH GIVE STORES YOU We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised.

to lighten, as MMCM ..:ktimenJy possible ties church: Bullard F. J. Jones W. F. Foster, .COURTEOUS TREATMENT
f difficulties ef _the fanny The Holy Communion will be Armstrong T. E. Wright, J. P. In Your Local) PapersWOOD'S

.... administered by Father Harris Epperson B. J. Williams, T. YL Trade With Firms

and following the brief service Pittman A. M. Scott, W.. M That Want Your Trade

H.ss uA West: Fueral HmeW. the men and boys will join together Campbell D-W..Welcome.' W. M. Firms That Advertise !. the DIXIE PHARMACY

for breakfast in the basement Merrit T. E. Shehee, J. W. Jones "FLORIDA STAR"

P. Holmes Jr. Directors Alphonso West of the-cl urch.FLOftIDA F. W. Jones G. M. Champion, 1. Want Yow Trade 1202 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
Will Treat Yet Better PHONES *
Holmes, H. J.'Jones, E. P, Epps, EL 3-3597- !
Telephone PO 5-1641 STAR D. B. Thorpe, J. P. Morris C.E. Trade With Firms w. Deliver w. Al* fill AH DeeteM 'H.H.yer...

2719 W Eigewood Avenue Magnolia Gardens Totson, J. L King. L. F. Morse That Advertise In PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

,IN EVERY C. J. Hodges, O. P.Potts* E. Mob- The "Florida Star"

24-Hour Ambulance Service Off-Street Parking COLORED- ley. S. E..Felder P...H, Johnson THf P50M.FJ 'API IT BILLS AT OUR STOREF

:' HOME A. D. Harris, '(X E. Jenkins, S. I




l'+aa rdoy. .Nwmter 24, 1954 ___. tHI riOUDA STA& PeoeM

I Boycott Leader Calls "Fight Fo r -Freedom" Institute **

f ., .. ; .._ __ *

ld...Yilleic.ll' I I. les Verdeffes Club Plans For Holidays I *

&'ttJr&t,}\! ; .. ",!\\1-.. q: .,Z<'."MM..dO.,.. '" '",,,:\A.: *

la .' .

Is SKialTheMe 'i .

a -' "' : : : 1 ., **

The Rev. Martin Luther King, \- : "'" -
Jr., head of the Montgomery Improvement ;:1'4.: :\ ; *

Association issued an ,,.
announcement calling upon the : fK :
50,000 Negroes in Montgomery aiWe4 V

Alabama, to rededicate themselves

to non-violence in their *
struggle for freedom and human

dignity.Dr. .
King President of the Im-
provement Association, said

"From December 5-9, the Association .
will conduct an Institute on G.? N *
A Up of the Ptpsl Cap t.
Non-Violence and Social Change. these .
otsUadiac 7* MAsftcriraBs.
Our motto_ for this occasion will who stake oat

be "Freedom and Dignity with =: ., : y end. 1 test,, and ev emuaaaJdr
a better DISCS la which to Mr ft.
Love/ .AJs' A't.yw Y,1 :}.
ir 8: : *
Leaders from all segments 'of ,yA aYr Ao. .f.x;, aa 4'

America have been invited to >1 * *

participate in'.the rededication j : : *
Institute. Among those who have

already accepted are: Miss'Lillian : *
E. Smith prominent(white) Geor- PLANNING FOR HOLIDAYS Members of the Les Verdettes Club, one of the popular social clubs of the city are seen as they met recently to plan the club's
gia writer; Rev. Gardner Taylor activities for the coming Yuletide season. In the photo at left a trio is seen in a huddle.'From left are Mrs. Olivia Forest Mrs. A, M. Johnson and Mrs. Sadie Wells 'fr-

New York Pastor; Miss Nannie The cheerful smiles sported by the quartet in the photo at right may be some indication of the joyous events being planned for the coming holiday season. The v V h& *

Burroughs America's outstanding smiling quartet is composed of Mrs. Frank Hall Mrs. Constance Howard Miss Rose Gibson and Mrs. Daisy L. James.FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS. *

Negro woman; Dr Preston Valien, '
head of Social Science Department afternoon, December 9 with ai I tional 'community by discussingin I .
of Fisk University: the Rev.: mammoth state-wide Religious| the South in interracial groups ., Nurses Guild Presents Prize f

C. K. Steele, Leader of the Talla.' Service. At this service Dr. J. H. the major issues that effect Negro-

hassee Bus Protest; The Rev.' Jackson, President of the National.White relations in our nation. i *.
Homer A. Jack {white) Pastor of Baptist Convention, the. largest "In addition to the vital workshops

the Unitarian Church, Evanston, Negro Church body in the world, ," he added, "we plan ban- ::'f.t}<. : ;' :
HL; Miss Mahalia Jackson Chi- will be the main speaker. Dr. quets, seminars, mass meetings :

cago gospel singer; Dr. Harry V. Jackson has just returned from a luncheons, and oratorical contest *
Richardson President of Gammon world-wide preaching mission.In for young people, fasting, and a DAisy ANDREWS

Theological Seninary in Atlanta, announcing this service Dr.f day of prayer to ask for the spirit- Junes Weldaa Johnson *

Ga.; the Rev. James'R. Robinsonof King said, "We hope all religious,ual strength to remain nonviolentin Jr. High School *

Harlem's famous Church of leaders and laymen in the state, word and deed during these Pepsi-Cola dealers take

the Master and the Rev.. Glenn regardless of color of creed, will i days of grave danger and great 'S '- --5' ,' Andrews pride In, honor saluting student Daisy *

Smiley (white) Field Secretary of join us in this great Christian Christian opportunity..' She end member is m member of 9-1 of class.the *
the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Service." voice and speaking choir.

Negro and white representa- On Friday, December 7, Pastorsof FIRE DAMAGES HOME : *

tives of the Sociological Depart all .faiths and denominationsare ON MCMILLAN STREET : : !i r t' % *

ments of America's leading universities especially urged to attend the
editors' of important State-Wide Ministers' Seminar. Fire caused $2,000 damage to a ** *.*
house at 1817 McMillan St. Mon-_
and magazines, lead Dr. Harry V. Richardson, and the *
day with $500 damage to its con-
dobides Rev James H. Robinson will discuss -
en of the major religious ,
tents, the Jacksonville fire de- *
and delegations from trade unions the Role of the Church, in "ri :t jJ :

have also been invited to attend Social Change and Social Aspectsof partment Maggie Hall reported.owner of the house ;:.;; ". .. i ,Jtt.. "'t '.' '. : .Wwf __ '>IU ., .. .; ;_ *

sessions. the Christian GospeL The'Rev. told firemen she discovered her LUCKY WINNER Mrs. Louise Brantley. fourth from left is seen presenting the prize to Mrs. J

Negro leaders from all over the Glenn Smiley, (white) Field Sec back porch on .fire about 2 p. m. Ida E. Fowler which she won in the Brownie Canura Raffle which the club sponsored recently as
South are expected to attend retary of the Fellowship of Reconciliation The blaze damaged every room other members look on approvingly. *-

workshops Registration.! Vot- will conduct the Seminaron except one in the $4,500 structure From left are Mrs Louise Smalls Mrs. Bernatha Fogle. president; Mrs. Mary Palmer. Miss *

ing. Transportation. Education.The Non-Violent Social Action.. Asst. Fire Chief G. R.Cromartiesaid Brantley. Mrs. Fowler. Mrs. Marie Duhart and'Mrs. PearL W. Riley. *
Principles of Non-Violent The feature of the Ministers'Seminar the origin of the fire was The Guild is sponsoring "Miracle In the Rain with the "Swan" showing at the Strand Theatre
Action and The Problems of Survival will be the Sermon by undetermined. Dec. 16 through%. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. 1 *

in the Face of Economic the Rev. Gardner Taylor, Pastorof ,. .j..- j,. 1
Pressure and the new million dollar Concord !

The Institute Boycott.will open Monday Baptist Church in New York. Ed Waters Eids 'S:easoa With 27-12 Duval Salesmen and Merchants 'I ..
evening December 3, with Dr. Rev Ralph D.Abema thy,Chair
King as the principal speaker.It man of the Institute said, "We are BARBARA WQ.LIAMSJames .
Win Over Daiiel ]
Payne College .
Weldon Johua
will terminate on Sunday planning to involve the entire na- Sponsor First Fall Exposition Jr. HUh School

Barbara Is also an honor.
Edward Waters College end*! one of its most successful grid student and a member of

seasons in recent years with a 27.12 win over Daniel Payne College LINCOLN COUNTRY CLUB TO BE SETTING the 9-2 class.activities Her extracurricular Include -
membership in the
of Birmingham Alabama.
Public Relations Club and _
The victory gave the local teama FOR DISPLAYS AND DEMONSTRATIONSThe the marching band

season record of 6 wins, one tie 27 Daniel.Payne 12 *
and one loss.The-lone loss which
occurred at the beginning of the liT -74 Duval County Retail Salesmen and Merchants' Associationwill *** *
its first annual fall exposition at the Lincoln Country
season, was inflicted by Albany Won-6 Lost-1 Tied-1
.' '" State College. In subsequentgames Club beginning Friday Nov. 23, and continuing, through Sunday, *
the Tigers trounced foes Nov. 25.Members. V *

which held victories over the will be on hand to ifif
Georgia team. Mandate Asked personally represent their respective -I Bob Hudson, Johnny Shaw and
at Burger-king products and services render Ken Knight local radio announcers -
f In their record whichis r
compiling On Integration ed. will appear at the club
small inde- if
outstanding among I Sunday evening between 8 and '10
Exclusive pendent colleges,' Edward Waters Among the featured displays!I o'clock to do a platter party. -
will be of the 1957 automobiles
amassed total of 154 many
a points (New York Times. Nov. 18)
.JAX'S ,. while holding their opponents to WASHINGTON,Nov. 17 (UP)- which may be seen on theclub's if

Cilorei 74 points. Four,attorneys for:'a group of Ne- lawn. Other products'will FKATERHAl. NOTESThe *
I' be displayed and demonstrated on
Leading the Tiger scorers is gro citizens:in Montgomery. Ala
the front porch of the club.
DR1VEIN.eaTlffntY' Jerome Hill, 147-pound speedsterof has ,asked the Supreme Court to Prince Hall Masonic Club if
S Deland, Fla. who tallied 36 issue an immediate order implementing Many door: prizes will be given will hold its regular meeting x *

points. Following Hill is John Al- a decision that would away free of charge Sunday eve- Sunday November 25, at .:00 p.

bert of Melbourne, who scored 4 outlaw segregation,, on intrastate ning between 7 and 8 o'clock, in- m.,at the Temple on Davis Street. *
buses. cluding a portable radio. and a VALERIE SCOTT
touchdowns and five conversionsfor
Members are urged to be presentat ifif
a total of 29 points. Frank The court gave no indication television set. this important meeting. .James Weldoa Johnson
Lomax, quarterback of Akron, when it would act on the request. Curtis Taylor, manager of the Jr. Hick School
OPEN 6 P.M. TILL CLOSING Ohio was third with 24 points. It ruled on Nov. 12 against Lincoln Country Club, is extend- Another honor student Is if
ing a special invitation to all visitor Itching Torture lovely Valerie Scott..mem-
segregation. buses, disputingthe
John Albert was the leading ber of the -U class, the
view that states. can enforce ? to be his guest at the event. marching band and the ifif
ground gainer with a total of 420 Public Relations Club.
Bell laws for separate but equal facili- Much preparation is underway to PROMPTLY RELIEVE
B.IDGf.R-KtNG yards. George sophomore
receive these visitors, to the extent -
itides. However, the mandate was
halfback of Pompano, Fla., was A doctor/ for-.eootb1Ds anti-
EpThRS second in ruShingwith 325 yards. not sent to the lower courts im- of having the grounds improved septic Zemo-promptly relieves the *-
IS ,43gAR8.4 Other individual leaders are mediately. and the road worked. Itching,burning of Skin Rashes * *
.- ..11aU.flUIlGlll Thurgood M. Marshall, general Multi-colored lights will be strung Eczema. Psoriasis, Ringworm and .
punting-Ellis McSwain average
.11 AthteteH Foot.Zeao steps ecratch- *
> across the lawn.
counsel of the National Associa-
: ', IIG 00Y' E M EAT wltlf utu punt 39' yards; passing Frank tion for the Advancement of Col- The affair is open to the general I I ing and so aide Jaea1""emo *. .Coqrot.letloa, freca PepdCeta
of 30
Lomax %1 completions out tag of trrita.tedl
= T..-ter and i : te these tine Merit.
\ SieullG(1l bed .". enCK attempts. ored people.headed the attorneyswho public there is no admission. Award wiwentrutt

otD ,STEA 1C. enSAN.WICK 'The seasons record includes asked Justice Hugo L. Blackto
speed the order. pick- Jf List* U Peps Merit Awed]
.11 wins over several senior collegesas up They .
MbrtcH f Pepsi C:.a
'- .75 ed Justice Black, an Alabamian, Jn\\ : .
HOT flyNNERS well as the defending champions .\.j.1" -! TEEN TIME. WRHC. 1400a
CHICKEN ,1SFREHCN because he is the Court / ., ." .
FRIES ,1tPOF.pYER1 of the EIAC and SEAC.SEASON'S Supreme }: yw"' '* '. S t rrf r 10-
.- "I Justice responsible for the Fifth 11 AJtA.
THICK SHAK ES ''ipS' EWC OPPONENTS Circuit Court of Appeals, which (lilt 1'J Jt.:1;: '?lt':: (lrj;;'t! i .

,- sort COFFEE CREAM DRINKS' .10"i; '.10.23 Self Servke !I 37 Morristown College 6 includes Montgomery': Alabama.Negroes boycottedthe .,, s.i;.' 'tJ.IJ's.; : () i (;: : ,:." .. *
13 Savannah State 7
ICE ..d Plats\ ,. transit for months be- .. ;f:" :, ..J.; .: .:D *
,#. (Co. Ready No Waiting i 12 Albany State 22 system O r r :. C iic; ld.IS
.,,,, :
Orders. cause they objected segrega :\ H( .
1\11 1% Voorhees College 7 1t.v.:,: to .
TOT C R Out 21 Florida Normal 14 tion. Their attorneys said that '..".1 J S i'"l Vf. 51000 >
0 No"TIpII IIg quick issuance of 'the mandate Anfl4)tl. ," \,".' ,' *
0" 26 S.C. Trade Area School 0 .L" .
_" .."
-=f IfJ tt
would settle four pending lower : I n t 4s.u' .30 J .
.. 6 Friendship College 6 court cases involving ,the boycottand I .t ,, h.c.'. .. '. .".Ift" ," '.,r *

SAVE TIME related issues. ut J .,w, efpzl : A ..', ,Q. "'''''\n
f I r'fII j ;-.;-' _: '-. _it f.CJ b'f ;1ftlJ
and MONEY! .' Three ,of the cases are before :
1IItII1IIII a.. the Montgomery County Circuit S L :. \,
EAT AT THEBURGERKING ; 7j1i r j' -ft'
r .. <
Court and one lain Federal District -
1IIIIr" "! Court Montgomery.. One I Fm t"? 1l'n ic i
case involves an injunction against 1: : : S

Zett, A doctor's antiseptic the use Negroes' cars as a.motor "' ., '. ..ul. 'At.ln \s... ...iaf imt' ..! ."if ,
Itching steps : uua.: n ,' ,
I I8 801 West Ashley St. pool and another,is an'appeal .
5SreUens help heal and I f ..
BQ BtrfJrr of th econviction of a Negro leader / .. .
1\ .
Car of Mei. for violating the satte's anti- .
zemo: ... .. ., ./ .
ttnb4 m Casa boycott laws Mb.m ......... have a Ne11t




F"3:,Six THE FLORIDA STAR SotBrday. NoY..b.r '24, 1956

I : .' News 'Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I

I DCTA President i B & ,P Popularity Contestants II IIt IIhT.

i1pniit'4t&I Names Committees CEA iPIOIf'S '

; Committees of the Duval Coun- '

1astiLTL ty Teachers Association which THANKSGIVING SPECIALS -
r.a will function. during the current

school term are announced by the

,.. president, W. 1>.- Sweet as follows Dress Pants $3.98 Two Pair $7.00

v t.J pI; .II 11 -. : t $sss VALUESGabardine .
II ., ....-.-...- Music Committee: Mrs. Alpha
<' U Hayes Moore chairman; official Jackets . Now $4.99

THINGS THAT INTEREST' WOMEN I.photographers ton, chairman,, Emerson Thomas Cromp-Bryant Men's Sweat Shirts : :. . $1.00

Br B. FONVILLE. Editor Women' Hews James Robinson;, ; Budget Committee -
Dr H. James Breen, chair- Men's Sox . 5 Pair $1.00
,HOW DO YOU LOOK? Beauty .is mot than skin d* p., Iff in man, Claude Hilliard Mrs. Sarah :
.the Yttamins..And U one is in good health one can be as beautiful
One desire. Montgomery, Mrs. Katharine 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
u mar Blanchard, Ali Thrope.

If you will take the time and Necrology Committee: M r So I

care and keep a watchful eye on Edna Leaphart Mrs. Ethel Montgomery
Gnip Tem lu' W..Sry.B.sanxvP 6 .: ?'..45c i%AS+Dn' '"+
your diet, the kind of food you Gnieal Robinson; Public 2: ?

eat: what how and when you eat Relations .Committee: Elwood J. :*

it, then there is nothing on earth Threat Te Halloa Banks, chairman, Mrs. Evangelina ': .,

that can' stop you from being a Johnson; Rodell Roberts, Josh i ;- 4.-4 9

perfect specimen' pf health and Says S. PkillipsBooker Williams, L. ,Lee; Mrs. Sylvester

beauty.Do Bossard, Mrs. Myrtice King. i\\ /

You Want A Beautiful com- Washington Birthplace Social Committee: Miss Estelle r / ERfWORLD'S

plexion?Pretty fingernails Lovely 'Va. Tensions between groupsof Williams, Chairman, James Al- 1//\\

:;;hair? Sparkling eyes? White I citizens threatens the well ford Emerson Bryan, Miss Coat- .n

teeth? Firm skin? .Elasticity of 'being of the nation, warns Sidney sie Jones, Miss Lucille Littlejohn,

muscles?' Color in your cheeks? ,J. Phillips, President, Booker T. Mrs. Mildred Hampton, Mrs. Irma
Velvety skin? Clean healthy'Washington Centennial Commis- Ward; Welfare Committee: Miss AfTUT fiLtMiS

blcod? In a word!'do you want to sion, in a message to the American Polly Brooks, Mrs. Eva Guyton KAJft ITXAIOHTtm

be beauliful? Just' eat vitamins. : people. Mrs. M. L Harrison, Mrs. Evelyn 4s(1w/I endWACXRJNM

Enough ct them and theright. "The wonderful heritage of Jasmin, Mrs. Mildred Chester

combination of vitamins. freedom and liberty which our Miss Ruby Thompson.
v All foe often we think only of forefathers toiled, sweated and Miss Barbara Robinson, Miss Ai .top 'left. Miss Frances Alone Walker *"Miss Washington"; SOLD AT AU MM 1fOIII\

TiWninsgini the one,big health bled to achieve must, be preserved Jimmie Lee Rogers Mrs: BerniceC. right. Miss' Lela Brown "Miss Craig Beauty School. wM tf tN4 tar.. .......
Breen Mrs. Abiah Shebee,
end ba u1r. siring vitamin. There said Phillips. "It is your ,
are.euny others that are Just asImpart job and mine to help relieve Paris Davis, Fred Hill, Mrs. Lois Bottom, left Miss Chanda Morse "Miss North New Jersey":

Ent. To name a few. we group tensions in many parts four Roberts Mrs. Ella L. Jones, Mrs. right. Miss Lula Mae White. "Miss New Haven. ASK X011 f111' NAME on TODAY

land. These tensions are militating Gloria Holmes, Mrs. Lenora .
have vilaojij A B C ,D G H and -- -
against the kind of commu- Smith, Mrs. Sybil Butler Mrs. -
iLj. 3.44; Eleanora Baker, 3.75 Leonard -
; nity teamwork that is so vital to Mabel Wright, Tharton Everett. FAMU Announces ;
In the future- will be mention. the well-being of our nation." Mrs. Celestine Nicks, Mrs. C. Bowie, 3.56.; Ethel V.

in? the value of some of these : Phillips who was born in Pike Naomi Bailey Ben Curham, Jr.,,, Brown, 3.73; Helen S. Davis, 3.83;

vitamins and what they can'do for Road' ., Alabama son of a Baptist Mrs. Marilyn Surcey Mrs. Mildred :- SuperiorSudents! Luther Donaldson, 3.47; Ethel M.

our looks, or what the lack of minister is an ardent devotee of D. Jackson, Mrs. Earlini I Edmonds, 3.63; Hilry Gilbert 3.47; i
Ihem will do to our looks. Just Wallis W. Hamm 3.63. Freeman .
the practical philosophy of Booker Alback, Chairman, Mrs. Flossie D,, Tallahassee E. 'M.
--- Thorpe
remember girls if are minusitsminsyo:2 Irvine, Jr. 3.47 Barbara L.
; you Bolden. ;
Mrs. Catherine
has read all Weaver
T Washington. registrar Florida A. & M. University -
crc most certainly James, 4.00 Joanna J. James,
\ ;
Constitution and Legislative t
Melvin GraceAND
of Washington's books and is con- straight "A"
minus beauty and charm. sidered an authority on his life. Committee: Mrs. Beulah Coving o averages obtained by six students 3.50. Alfred Lang 3.38; Etta M.

Etiquette Says. It is,correct for He believes that "Up from Slavery ton, Chairman, Mrs. S. Elouise I during the fall session. Mann, 3.80; Beatrice M. Mitchell,
his Brooks Mrs. Alverian Robinson,, 3.31; Wilbert Monroe, 3.63; Leo
a married man to show ap- an autobiography of BookerT. ; Making this achievement were:
predation who has help- Mrs. Luther James, Mrs. Catherine Morgan, 3.63; Beazelle Morris,
to a girl Washington should be in every Mrs. Bernice Clausell, from Pen-
ed him occasions by because it Bolden, Mrs. Ella Lewis; 3.40; Emerson Perry 3.35; JosephC.
; on many American home, proves sacola and Mrs. Evelyn Jenkins
giving her a birthday\ gift. But the greatness of this mighty country Jones, Mrs. Bessie Dancer. of Tallahassee, both. members of Piez, 3.63;_Gloria D. Rose. 3.43; THE DEACONGUBDIKG

keep; ,Uca'the impersonal side. the soundness of its ideals Program Committee: Mrs. Olivia o the senior class; John Haugabrook Elsie Sanders, 3.38; Betty Sutton,
3.40 Franklin Taylor 353 Myr-
and the immensity of its oppor- Baldwin, chairman Miss Edna L from Coleman DelphIne E. Jackson ; ;
You rny have: my leafletsgratis. -
tis E. Williams 3.54 Willie H.
Miller Mrs. ; YOUR WAY
Ttey are: Slimming the tunities for individuals who wantto Moses, Mrs. Carolyn o of Tallahassee, and Lydia
Rebecca Martin, Mrs, Ruth Alston,, Williams, 3.73; Henry Wilson,
waistline, Double Chin Trouble, succeed. Walker from Goulds, all members
LIin cras For Beauty, Your Measurements This 'great American who was Mrs. Naomi Bailey Mrs. Eva L o of the junior class. 3.35.; Alma L. Young, 3.47. 10:00 12:00 A.M.

,. Ten Points on Being born in a slave cabin April 5,1856 Guyton, Richard McBride. The above students were among Freshman Class Latrell Barnes to

Attractive..Facials at Home. Send proved through his own life and! Research Committee: :Mrs.Cora L the 104 students' 'making the 3.33; Edith J. Bowie, 3.56;

your name find address and enclose achievements that men regardlessof Ross Chairman, Mrs. CaledoniaD. L honor roll, whichrequires: pupils Alvin Bryant 3.39;Pachall J. Col- 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.

a three cent stamp for each race or creed can pull togetherfor Simpson, Mrs. Alice Skinner,l to take at least 12 semester hours lins, 3.35; Robert F. Flakes, 3.82;

leaflet'you' want. their mutual welfare. The Mr. ;Tolbert Jackson, Mrs. Haze]l and make an average of 3.30 or Bettye Fletcher, 3.65; Alex M. Monday thru Saturday

Addjcsa vital,ingredient to success is goodwilL Overstreet and Miss Norma Lit. more to become eligible. Freeman, 3.33; Edward Hans-
B. Great
: Fonville Respect the other fellow, The list is 'as follows: Senior berry 3.56; Gene Hopkins 356; -

Eastern News Agency, 2005 Amsterdam and he'll respect you. Try it. It tlejohn.WOBS Class Ernestine Allen, 3.54; Harvey Jefferson, 3.72; Regina J. OVER
Ave.. N. Y. 32, N. Y.
never fails. Robert E. Allen, 3.87; Jennings H. Langston, 3.47Willie Livingston,

The Centennial Commission re- Best 3.38; Bernice Clausell, 4.00; 3.41; Beverly K. McGowan, 3.33;

ports excellent cooperation in its PROGRAM SCHEDULE Lawrence Council 3.71; John R. Buel A. Stagger, 3.33; Clifford WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

Prophet J. I. Hatten Goodwill Building Crusade. Cuyler 3.38; Delores Darville Taylor 3.50; Guelda J. White;

From Bsffolo, N. Y. Newspapers, magazines, all typesof MONDAY-FRIDAY(OCTOBER SCHEDULE) 3.54; Orastine Dawson, 3.80; Ern 3.60; Sandra L Williams, 3.41; Luaus -

JACKSONVrlLEFLORIDA.IS NOW IN organizations from all sections :00Sljn Oa estine Edwards, 3.36; Frank Ed- R Wyatt, 359.

At 438 Phelps Street of the country, and many indus- $.MI'M 3J7M Newt Heaven'& Weather Roa4 (Deteea wards, 3,40; Delores Foster 3.83; Special Students ClementinaB. ONLY ALL NEGRO

W Phone EL 6-2444 trial firms, as well as individuals, Grace) Helen Foster 3.77; John Gomez, Daniels, 3.75; Almond Ed- PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
Miss Blackmcur, 7ee- 7:tJ New Weather
'... are supporting the drive. ,:OJ- I.-M The Kid Dab Hudson) 3.44; Charlie E. Hankerson 3.37; wards, 3.67;William B.Epps 3.60;

t 1tJ-1Gt- 1:45 S.-03 The New Kid*: Weather(Bah Hvdsoa) Jewel Harter. 3.39; Bettye J. Joseph C. Jackson, 3.67; James E. 1361 OH EVERY RADIO' DHL1'

f ,:45-.- .:00 Teenie Weenie Time Hayes 3.40; Bettye Ingraham, Johnson, 346; Thomas Papino I
'WilHsfon Mews to- t3 New tt Weather
.Learn Commercial Art 93-l.-M Jampla with Joaaay Shaw 3.60; Ida E. JaCkson 3.40; Doris 3.40; Reginald Pasteur 3.40; Fred-

.*, Start Anytime I THE CHURCH OF GOD IN MW-13 1143-11HW New Gospel*Train Weather N*. 1 Jefferson, 3.56; Evelyn' Jenkins, die Pemberton 3.43. j

G. I. APPRQVtO CHRIST'SETS YOUTH DAY 1143-124 1140-1143 New Gospel*Train weather No.1UOOUU 4.00; Winnie M. Jones, 3.50; Carl

N AMERICAN NOVEMBER 24 Local New (Yvonne Jordpn, 3.47;.Benjamin Kennerly,I ADVERTISEMENT __ ADVEgTlSEMEMT
12:15-12:30 Public Daniels Service) 3.40; Howard O. King 3.60;James ,
7! SCHOOL OF ART A great Youth Day program
be at The Church 12:30-12:4S Job Mart (Yvonne Daniel.) D. Lincoln.. 3.67__ ; Samuel,. Martin.. Goodwill Your Job and Mine I
: Moved T. New Legation will presented 12.45-10 Woman World (YvonneDaniels -- no Building
? 106 EAST BAY STREET. Qf God in Christ on Saturday, ) 3.47; Charles Maxwell, 3.80; Na-I .
10- 143 New Weather
tad doer Nov. 24 at 8:00 p. m. with ;Evan 14320 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon thaniel P... Moore 3.81; Frederick A PROGRAM OF _THE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL COMMISSIONBy

gelist R. L. Lambert deliveringthe 2:00243 New Gran)* Weather Morley 3.38; Vivian Nesbit 3.47; In our democracy men havea
sermon for the occasion. ZtJ- 3tt Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon Clifford Paul 3.71; Chester J. Editor Note: This it the right to disagree and to
Grace) Sidney J. Phillips fourth in a tenet of artt-
?" &; KetefofPAIN Singing groups appearing on 3-00- 343 News a Weather Rhodes, 3.36; Edna Sampson, 3.60; -President ales issued by the BookerT. contend for that which they
3- 3- 4-00 Jompln with Johnny flaw Phillip Sellers 3.60 Catherine L. Centennial do
the program include Elder Hughes 400443 New Weather ; ; Your forefathers and Washington desire. Good Americans
fend The Gospel Four of Alachua; eOJ- 511 Jnmpln with Johnny Shaw Stubbs, 3.40; Lillie Tanner 3.80; Commission at apart of not, however settle their
30543 New Weather mine toiled, sweated and itt vear-lona GOODWILL
the Harmonizing Five of Palatka; 3439:30 Jompin with Johnny Shaw Martha Taylor 3.54; Rossie Trip- bled to on to us the BUILDING CRUSADE differences of opinion by
The Garrison Groups and others : 330 SUNDAY Slrn Off SCHEDULE lett 3.77; Isabell Vesta, 3.60; Bar- wonderful pass heritage that is which pays tribute to the hating each c:.her, by kill-

... C The'Rev Mr. J. J. Jones,b pastor (OCTOBER) bara J. Wiggins 3.60; Samuel America one-hundredth anniversary' ing team sprit; or doing

M MINI, .< tifAOACHC. NCUHAl. of the church and invites the ,(40:... <*5 New Ilea On* Weather Williams, 3.77; Shirley O. Wil- heritage- c/Washington.the birth of Booker T. anything that might in anyway
.r POWOCft STAN8ACK to public to attend the grogram.mtMbw (451:00 Heavens Grace) Road (Deacon liams, 3.77; Gretty Woodie 3.56; *p": \,: that todayrepresents reflect upon the gloryof
.*| .*. H>aN.M.rl.ra 'TAN- eo- OJ New A Weather 3.65. 2 the heritage that has
: : Rosemary Young, :
SACK u ml.',ti ....'.. m.coC.ny pr..Ma.e 14310 Heaven Road (Deacon 'i Jf+ achievements that men
y nln..rt MI* M. Mr t. Uk tf_ Grace) Junior Class Evelyn L. Bullocks for their been passed on to us. Let'anot
,vl Tk. 444 *.f>*ct.v...* d tliM* 840130 Oral Robert xw.striving CAN pull together ,
.. NAIl 3.60; Doxey Byrd 3.47;; :.. forget-building good-
MULTIPL( ..'.ct..*<. brl.r. MU .mtri n 1:308:45 Swannalre Gospel Singers mutual welfare regardlessof
.u ?s.54..ii.r ......" ..d tis.i' S:4S- 9-00 Heaven's Road Georgia Conoly 3.50; Rena M. will to protect our,heritageis
eswlq -......fM. .... HURTIHQ your .40-100 Bishop 8. C. Johnson :-i; sacrifices, race or creed.It job and mine..
......,4ltdlr 100-10:30 Heavenly lire Sinter Conyer.3.67; Ruby L Doe 330; .::d'j;" v t h e prayers your
T.st iT yNa A1 .. irA ::::-- := Temple Ethel Davenport Of God Rayford L. Dudley 3.55' ; SamuelA. t .r'. and is your job and mineto You can help in this
t.U" 'Irw. 110-1143 New ft Weather Floyd 3.36; John R. Hauga- achievehopes help build sufficient good- GOODWILL BUILDING
Y"J., (... !. tZZ 0lrrcao b.1..11.r.d 1143-12-00 Heaven Road Mr.'lUllis will in our various commu-
brook 4.00 Mary E. Haywood, menu the
12-00-12-03 New Weather ; CRUSADE
CfIII-: .. +au IM by purchasing
': =2ffaar3ff-- :.iS.tfri 124310 140143 New Heaven's* Weather Road 3.75;Geraldine Hester 3.58; Fred- and ideas of the nities to offset the waves of copies of "Up From Slavery -

.... II.niIIoIIIe N.B'dr.: ..-_ 1431U3 Heaven Road erick S. Humphries, 3.81; Del- more than 160,000.000 in- ill-will that are threateningto ," an autobiography by
1:151JO SAA's Master Ken break the ties that make
._ 4.00 Homer R. dividuals who call it home.It .
: Jackson
1:3020 :Mt. Ararat Baptist Church phine EL: ; Booker T. Washington, at
20- 3-00 JAfCO Gospel Reno and mine to progressive c x+ unity life
300400 Bishop E. H, Williams Jackson 3.53; 'Norman Rogers is your job 50 cents each, and Carver-
440540 Elder Charles Beck; 3.35; Matthew Russell, 3.43; Barbara preserve this heritage and possible. Washington half dollars at

Article Reader's Digest Reveals 505:30 33000 Rev Heaven L Jordan Road J. Smith, 3.38; John Sweet- pass it on to future generations Even the qu is.tions of integration $1.00 each. These may be

SATURDAY OCTOBER SCHEDULE big, 3.35; Lydia Walker 4.C3; Iva- of Americans even and segregation secured by writing the
( )
if Jittery Pre-Menstrual' Tension C40 Stem On dell Ward, 3.86; Morris L. Wil- as it was passed on to us. which are the bones qf con Booker T. Washington
<45 News Weather
; (40-
(45 7-00 Heaven Road liams, 131; Charles Wilson, 3.60. Group tensions in many tention that are causing the Centennial Commission at
,:M- 743 New A Weather Sophomore Class Irving L. land mili- present illwillcan be tack- Booker Washington Birth-
Is So Of Needless ,:OJ- (-00 The Kid (Bob Hudson) parts of our are
; ten a Misery 40S43 News A Weather Adams, 3.56; Ronald B. Bailey tating against the kind of led in a spirit of goodwill. place, Virginia.
43:45 The Kid (Bob Bndsoa)
1:450 Teenlt Weenie Tim community teamwork thatis
.JSoyoa suffer tarrftte' atrrois ten- stopped or str dieted' '*/ *43 New A Weather .
",s4on-feel JttMrr. irrtUtJte. tie- ...pain and disooQkforl! oet of 4 03-10-00- Jnmpln with Johnny Shaw PILL ,THE H.NOR so highly] necessary to the ---------- tXCIUINT Gins-OIDia TODAYI
.-preaBcd-hit before your perkxi women got glorious:! re&eil 10-00-103 New A Weather well-being of our nation. : BOOKER ,T. WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
each month A stftrtliBg rurUele. in Taken regularly, ptnkbam'S retteres 1043-1140 Gospel Tram N v t STMMdl IET
Booker T. Washington : VIRGINIA
REAMfifS DIQBBT reran SttcilpremeQ0trBal tb*headaches,cran xnerrous 1140-113 New A Weather
<- termest ta netdlcn teuton...during: and b/or 113-1240 Gospel Train No. I Haf-aUn.be Idad y.when constipation Centennial Commission, I Gentlemen: I want to help hi this GOODWILL BUILDING
misery In many cast your period. Many women wrrerssfler 120 12:15 Local jws (YvonneDaniels MUTS ttomachf Bluck-Dnudxt, *. aided by an appropriationfrom I CRUSADE. Please find enclosed $. -...--.
relieves constipation overnight.Help
have ttk -eve*on tto Js rd tfst Why
Thousands already ov- ,
12:15-1230 Public Service Chaw I sweeten sour sea macb too. the Federal Govern for _. ..:.. Carver-Washington Half-Dollars @ $LOO each
Fred how to amid such! Ii8! I1BI. should you?Tail month,start tat; 1230-12:45 Je! Mart (Yvonne Daniels) ; ;
With LjxJIa Pbxkhual Cipsd tag PtokhamX Ow if you deal .12:45140 Woman* WorldCYvonne lIDtM.sr.IdI!! S.. ItS....[ ment, is trying to do i its : copies !of "Up From Slaverf @,50* each..
and Tablets.t!: Vr so escape -menshval teoalon..ao DanleU) No liana trtftaf. Mad*from pur* humble bit to relieve these 1 .
pier. lesi tense as these often tbe CUll of nn 140143 New A Weather vegetable herbs Thoroughly bat

days approach Get Lydia B..' 20-1e3ZCiI 23 New Gospel Weather Train NovZ. Brings gently comforting uncorks clocced relief to taterttee 1DOI'1dDC.'Tben I tensions by directing .national ': Name .. ... .. .._....- ..'.....r. .... .. -..-,-....-.-.-
Lrdla Piokharallias Is4ed.r/'tastaae.u.g Pinkbems Ve e- 243340 Satnrday Session (Johnny Hie looks again Get attention to the pow-
a remarkable ...& .,3...ti 4 vn.s pi table Ooli3peli d... Shaw)' 81a -DraQhi today._ .
soothing effect: oa r.w.-Atntt,..1 or CIOI1"emeat new 3-00-343 News Wear- er of goodwill as advocated Addij -_ .. .,, ..._._ +c _._
.fthe.oarce of stall JeHUeeKef 4....sal Taed! wIiI&eb have 343400 Saturday ttesataav =. M eeo. :ina TsWf5.creel by Booker 'T. Washington ; : -i .,,
doeiors ...... ..,..,_ bIood-1s8MRc boa 4043 New A W *S r .,.. | c.Y< ,
,- --- _...... ...-.... .... .54340:M-'543 New Saturday A Weather Session : a. -=,--..: &:Ii through his own life'and a



; November 24, 1956 __ THE fLOUDA STAR Pege Sera



Orange, Blossom Classic To Feature Unbeaten Teams said recently. that if Johnston does

not provide the proper assuranceat
-- ------- --- '
Y J--: a very early date, then Saddler ,

'Orillfl, Wossim Oppcieils. To Risk Trouble For Tigers I Football THE HARLEM League rookie GLOBETROTTERS honors. Commission SeeksSaddler's : would examination.be called in for a thorough

_. T, .. _..Ik._. 'u, "'"" ....,""" "",,,.._,,..',,___-... .. are now in Japan. They Saddler has not defended his
Perfai. :Remis !.: Miami Btc. 1 ,will play seven games there in Answer title defended since his last title January only and twice has

I zors i Tokyo, Kawasaki and Osaka. The
i since winning it from Willie Pep
Globetrotters what their
are just
When the curtain raises on Florida's biggest gridiron event-the '' -n NEW YORK The New York in September, 1951. Commission

Orange. Blossom Classic-on Dec 1 in Miami's Orange Bowl two name implies. State Boxing Commission has: rules compel a titleholder to risk

unbeaten teams will be facing each other in what is expected to bea THE CHICAGO CUBS will play ordered Charley Johnston, manager his crown every six months.
game of keen rivalry and grim competition.The 33 spring exhibition games according of featherweight champion The champion is currently

24th Orange Blossom Classic to an announcement made Sandy Saddler to tell the Com, awaiting a legal decision on his

will bring together the top .When the Rattlers defeated the I by the Cubs front office. They mission when the champ will be, suit for damages resulting from

Negro-teams in the nation-to.p1ay Jaguar Cats from Southern University A r,. f will meet the New York Giants ready to defend his title. injuries suffered in an automobile

before what is expected to.be the by a decisive: score they and Cleveland Indians six times Commissioner Julius Helfand accident last June.McCormack's .

largest turnout to ever witness moved the last barrier that stood .n t u, each, the Chicago White'' Sox

the. game The outcome of the between them and an undefeated twice and the Boston Red Sox .

game will determine the National season in regular season's play. a. iif I once.

mythical championship. The Jaguar Cats were by no ARCHIE MOORE the man who Phillips 66 Siaiioi

Neither team has been defeated means a threat to the Rattlers. will fight Floyd Patterson in the

or tied,this season, and Florida A On,defense, the line of the Rattlers Chicago Stadium on Nov. 30 says 24 Hour Service .-:- Road Service
& M. has scored 309 points to its wasa, stone wall that could gY 'Two solid punches on Floyd Pat.
opposition's 51, while Tennessee Kerosene Fuel Oil Lubrication AccessoriesAll
not be penetrated by the Cats, terson's chin will more than

State scored 251 points while and on offense, large holes were, equalize our ages." Phillips 66 Products -
holding the opponents to 18.
opened for the hard plunging fast ,
WHITE the rookie first
These two teams have shown to ti ')
the 1956 football fans the greatest long running: gains.backs When to get the through game was for \ baseman for who clinched the regular '1751 Boulevard ((8th and Boulevard) :
job the New York Giants has
offensive machines j ,and the over the Rattlers had closed the
in foot- been called for induction into the Phone EL 6-9292
strongest defensive .lines 1956 edition undefeatedseason.
on an .
armed forces. He will report Dec.
ball. According to a report re- .
the 3 at his hometown in Warren, I
cently made by the NCAA
The Rat tie r s' AllAmericantwins Ohio.
Rattlers were leading the nationin .
are all set to go into the ,
total offense and fifth in total JACKIE ROBINSON. the ver-
Classic against the Tigers with of- RITZ THEATRE.
,defense; Tennessee State is fourth satile player of the Brooklyn Dodgers
fensive records that will last along
in total defense. -pc is the winner of the I9S6Spingarn
long time in the, annals of 4
The Tigers from Tennessee MedaL The Medal will
gridiron history at FAMU.One WEDNESDAY THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2122
:State have defeated the Rattlers be awarded to him at a luncheonin BY DEMAND -
twice in three previous meetings of the most colorful events New York. Dec. 8 according to Wild Bill ElliottI'HELLFIB.E'I

both victories ,coming in 1944- that go along with the game itselfis an announcement made by

12-0 in Nashville and 19-6 in Tal the' half-time show that is always NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Rod Cameron"BRIMSTONE"
from a featured attraction. The c Wilkins.
lahassee. The Rattlers won
in 1945 the score marching: band of Florida A & M _
the Tigers by
of 2018. and the marching band of Tennessee __ ) j; ? WILLIE TOWEEL. the South FRIDAY SATURDAY
State, considered to be two of African and British Empire lightweight FIRST RUN -
The Rattlers are ready for the "FLAME OF THE ISLANDS""HEUS
champion and Richie Howard
the.best in the nation will give ahalftime cr
Tigers with -a strong powerfulline .,,4
show that will add Canadian champion have -
and some of the,fastest backs OUTPOST"STARTS
for bout in Johannesburg
signed a return -
to the on.DwellS
The will glamor
in the country. game somewhere around Dec.
bring together a pupil against his SUNDAY
1. Tpweel won from Howard recently
tutor. Coach Gentry was ''a star Joel McRae
player under Coach Gaither at T Wiiiess on points. -"BUFFALO BILL"
c7Ir BILL LUCAS a Jacksonvilleboy east -
FAM-U and they will be ,matching
wits against each other. Y R f has signed his contract with 'RAWHIDE"The

The Orange Blossom Classic oi Olympic GUMS the Milwaukee Braves. He will .

1856 will be a toss-up. On either report next June after graduation

'side'it will be a man sized job to from Florida A&M University.Bill .
the '1rin ei. How- well MELBOURNE F9r'the ,first had a batting average of .350
emerge Coach Gentry has imparted the time since 1936 when he won four -- .>: "" .-Q. .&1.jt.; .::.?;;:..&u..' ", for four seasons with ,the Rattler Diplomatic Drink

,knowledge he received under gold medals and track and field A HARD MAN TO BOX IN-Bobby Lang the :Jacksonville lad who baseball team.

,Coach Gaither ciI.n'be seen in, Miami immortality Jesse Owens,. the made good from the Jump as a Rattler will be seen in action against LEROY MOORE head football HO LIQUOR TASTE...

on the night of Dec. I.NUTNEPLN. great American athlete will attend the Tennessee Stale Tigers,, in the Orange Blossom Classic All coach at Arkansas AM & N College
'the Olympic games. opponents of the ,Rattlers have found it ,quite difficult to box him at Pine Bluff has resigned to NO LIQUOR BREATH! Yi

Owens is in Melbourne; with in at the right.end position. The Tigers will see plenty of action become head basketball coach at

two other former Olympic cham- from Bobby in the classic. Prairie View State. His resignation

N STIIACllnETBaUdve. pions, Bob Mathias, 1948 and 1952 will become effective imme

.beadaehYwheQ constipation Decathlon gold medalist, and Sam diately. Moore went to ArkansasAM

relieves sours constipation Btooucfal Black-Dnught ovtmight. Lee, high diving champion in the SPORTING I I UP & N in 1953 as head football
Help sweeten sour stomach too. same years. The three men are and basketball coach.
..lsssn-lfss!! _kngat.WIlts 0wnItM1! personal representatives of Presi-:
No hush frtpln Made from pure: D. Eisenhower, JULIUS GUINYARD. of the
herbs. Thoroughly but dent, Dwight
vegetable rentty uncorks doMed intestines.Brian BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON Jacksonville City Recreation Department
comforting relief In morning In a'statement made by Owens, has made a very fine

Then Black-Draught life looks today sunny agalnl Get he, said,' just a year 'ago. in the CLARENCE 'PEAKS the great by a bat as ,the batter swung I record since becoming a memberof kN
/ ftmtfr 9f Onmil:< N" Slate halfback who was around.: Campy played throughoutthe
.o: to sole .ur< TtbUtt. torft Philippines he ran 100 yards in the department staff. His box
1I'1Ia eeaef>rane.' injured in the Michigan State. game in pain. ing teams have been competitorsin
liet- 9.8 seconds "Quite a record for a atait
.enroot Illinois game will, plat: again. It JACKIE ROBINSON,has served the State tournaments each RELSKA8
tin'0eensLO'I'W hw cr+ e t hreeter_ man now: 43," said Owens. Since 1721
believed that the football
was notice from Japan where'the Dodgers year. He will enter teams in the

days of Peaks were, over follow are now playing that he has AAU championships of the Florida .= The World's Most Honored VOBKA

I Pm ? NmHTS ing the injury but Dr. James no thought of retiring.Jackie says Association Dec. 3. 4. S and 6
WATCH THIS CLOWN ( / Feurig. the physician said Dr. he definitely intends play another at the Main Street Arena in Jacksonville 80 Md 100 Proof.Made from Gram by Ltobky I C(..CocktywM.Md.U.SXrnrl0

Uq CO maw of Bed WIWDI. too In- Herbert Janis. who performedthe year. -"*: Each year Goinyard
toping vtaaUoa) or
-' barton* or
23-61-90 Strong SnielHnf.ADd Cloudrtn BU4d XrrtUttoo" ant,.. operation. removed some torn FLOYD PATTERSON has. arrived has had boxers: represent Florida acked Football from Whittle to WAflfU*
common KKUur '
'- 23 147-34 try far=::1fI::drug. cartilage from the knee but foundno Irf Chicago to open .training in the Golden Gloves Tournaments
.,' p(let ro.tarn tinder 1II0000-Mcat guaasake. torn ligaments. Dr. Feurig said quarters at Sportsman's Park race in New"York The Jef- 24th ANNUAL
8M bow Ut foe 1JapreYe..- the oPeraticn was highly successful track to prepare for his title bout ferson Street swimming pooL ORANGEBLOSSOM

9 : 3 and that Peaks should be back with Archie Moore in Chicago under his supervision has been -

2"' 4.S on the gridiron again next season. Stadium Nov. 30. among the best in the city in

-. r another year said Dr. Feurig.he THE CHICAGO BEARS received operation and in attendance. The
a't? Changing Quick won't know he'ever had 'a bad a terrible blow when little department at the pool has been -

110-16-7 knee. Perry "The Jet" Jeter ,suffered a commandable and the executives

ROY CAMPANELLA. the hard fractured ankle. It has been announced .lof the Recreation Department

48-52-74Seotetteie GilletteBLUE luck guy of the Brooklyn Dodgerswas that the 5-foot. 7-inch I I have been high in their praise of

SLAKES injured again during a gamein Jeter would be lost to the Bears the job that has been done by
his .* DISPENSER Japan. Roy, who played the for about six weeks. At the time Julius Guinyard.The L'r'
..'. ... INHANDY ,
SeateHinet ,
1956 season with 'an injured hand of his injury. Jeter was well on
He .44.., setnct FLA. A&M RATTLERS .
He work If .H mnmmt e t was hit in the. back of the neck his way winning. the National continue to rule the roost in the

SIAC. They have again clinched s 2 Undefeated

FOR DECEMBER 1st the conference championship and Championship Teams .
remain among the nation's unbeaten ",

89-21-37 98 49 Prevent The January Blues and untied teams. The FLA. A&M, UNIV. ;, ,
Rattlers rate the No. 1 team with 4 5' .1#,
VB. ".
Tennessee State No. 2. These are ,

After Your Christmas.Parties. the'two teams that will mix it up TENN. STATE UfMV.
Blossom Classic.
in the Orange

many outstanding
S..day them 'Settfr&rr NoT.*ber 25 December 1st MY THOMPSON AND EARL
x "LAWLESS snEEr Rudolph Scott A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD KITCHENS the coaching staff of
:""LEATHt SAINT" Peal Doa,.le* YOUR PURCHASE TIL XMAS Matthew W. Gilbert High Schoolin
Jacksonville,have a great
Selection of team. They have compiled a record
E Large! Decanters-: 'f at the East Jacksonville

-', school that will be hard to beat .
SEYVIEWmu :: ;1. In All Popular Brands ...., The many players they have sent e eCow..sity

to college football have held their ...1IeM
.. T..... H.". 25-27 S.... Tut NOT. 2S27CMMT '
Wester Dtu.. own in heavier competition. GIOICI _
Both let RM Hits! ",
theSILTEB = 6.c2N.W.2M1wLT.1HKk
: MONSTERS" at -
'JUKE JOINT"AllNc down on the 1958 football season i i
"MAGNIFICENT ROUGHNECKS"Miekty .f. Riot attention will soon be centered on Drove. Pfcetoiocy3M4 ;
... ,
R oy Jock Cant STAB Auen.d s. GreW A**.
-- W.d, Ie TJ .n. Nor 2129 basketball and the Junior High ":-Z.DO l' .i
W04' i Tlwr*.,, Nov. .2'-29' THC Bf>" Schools will be coming in for or writs tot '

,All-No.ro UoANNH :rte -SAB.ucA'" 'I ., ,D11YE-IM LIflUOISsus their part- of the glory. Many of Nerd r sec freftl....... ,J.KE.U&florid*AIM yes U.1tgr.fco i f

MJUKI JO.-r- Frt & Sat. Nor. 20.Dec. 1 the high school basketball teams 1144 M.W.W A... T.aol.....FLM.e .
Plus TUYR LABY" Av we 'I' rhonero,49142. win be staffed with outstanding jS4u4
H GET YOU &UNTociiiioolor -- cord, 8USBHAN- players from' junior high school I Ie
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t... Iit-la-t THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday., November 24, US, j i

-r-Cliifs Off The Blocks: -Putfram, Conty'Mews Jax Man Is ChargedFor with her and her cut left her hand.on the She littlefinger'of was I nil Wilt. 1

BY E. J. VREEN Causing AccidentA taken to Duval Medical Center bya ;
< patrol car. She was treated and
,S0Mdiaoa Sir***. Palalka..'Florida released. MAID Vt day. S days a week.

BT 'JAY,JAT .. .-"' Pfaon.EM S-3025 't': Jacksonville man has been Light house cleaning. SO* an
ht :s.;
Patrolmen R. George and L. C.
hour and fare. Call Mrs.
i' charged in 'Municipal Court this car .; j
lJiiA the papers recently we have seen a new word or verb.. When -: A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK week with causing a wreck. Williams investigated. Green. EV 6877.. :1
Jfe* Koreaa conflict ended we:saw much about "brainwashing"
"0 give thanks unto the Lord for He is good.- An automobile driven by An-
wire eager t.o find out ill about Ibis new method'bf torture. Since
drew J. Johnson 25, of 920 NorthJ PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR I
-wVhave bad'Mm e'to think,... have found out Ibis is nothing new.U Last week our guest to ,the movies was Mrs. Thelma B. Wil- Street, struck a parked car on
Ji simply a new. name for something the while man has been doing liams. Mrs. Williams is a member of the Central Academy Elementary G Street near DeSoto St last ADVERTISERS
cullud folk for and Let. me ',,1
to us pore inthis country years yean. SchooL Sunday morning. Motorcycle ,Patrolman ,
give you &example.. AIL of you remember the tales of how "a This week we go across the St... H. O. Steele rep rted.Johnson's .- Article'in Reader's Reveals I
: Digest
white man owns the ,""oSpor". If that were true could Charlie JohnsRiver to extend an invita-
,Ed will the "while man's property" his heirs? A new vicious-lie' ion,to a lady who is very worthyof POLICE REPORTSMAN vehicle hit another
has sprung up. All around town it isbeing whispered and bet thata an invitation because her husband owned by Cornelious' Roby of 8S Jittery Pre-Menstrad Tension
young business,man does not own his chain of places. The true is one of the best subscribersto 1 Attucks Ct, and 'total damageswere
',facts are that the while man has shaken our confidence in each the Florida Star. This lady po- IS HIT WITH BRICK estimated at $400. t
other so that we don't believe a Negro is capable-oJ ownling a good sesses a very pleasing personality.She OVER.A DOLLAR BET Is So Often a Needless Misery! !
business. It is envy that has been injected into our bloom streams has a son studying at FAMU Willie Walters 43, 905 Johnson
by "Mr.' CharlieUnfortunately.. in most cases in the South and St. suffered minor laceration of I Wife Gels Cat Do you' toller terrible nerroaatention topped. or strttSnfly relieved
and a daughter living in Miami. -feel Jittery Irritable, depa1n and discomfort out of 4
the North. a while man* is behind the business. Howevenn the She is a member of the Morning forehead during an argumentwith preaaecI-Juat before your period women cot glorious relief
above mentioned long hours. perseverance and sweat paid off. another man known only to each month? A starting article In Taken regularly, Pinkhaatt IeREADER"S -
case Star Baptist Church. Now I am In Family Fight DIGEST reveals such. haves the headaches.cr jnpsnmr-
If you don't believe Isadore Singleton is the sole owner of his places sure she knows this is meant for him as "Slick" over a small debt pre-menstrual torment is needless ous tension. .duno?aDd be/ore
stop byand he will lake you'10 his attorney. Null sed._ her. I will give her two passes to Walters owed. misery many cases! your period. Many women never
Izi Thousands have already discovered suffer--even on ttu first tfof/Why
The Bosilinos Social Club will hold its anniversary at the Rich- the movies so she can take her gaving his account of the Mary Carter 26 612 Dewdrop bow to avoid such: u3erm*. should your This month Urttk-
,Tflond Hotel Dining Room Saturday nite..-,This is a group of pro- good friend who lives across, the occurrence to police, Walters St suffered a cut on the left hand With Lydia Pinkham Compound tog pinkhaalL See If you' dont
and Tablets they're so much happier escapepre': menatrual tension..eoCollege
attended their last affair and had time. stated that on Sunday, Nov. 18, while engaged in a fight with her
gressive young men. We a railroad. less tense as those "difficult often the eause of tmh.W-- ,
Wish them luck. the man known as "Slick" said to husband Saturday Nov. 17, in days approachl I Get Lydia L.:
him, "Pay me dollar," and Lydia Ptnkh m'. I...cI.i.....ccaaaulag PIDkham" Vere-
;-et lfef Understand five school teachers took their vows over the week The many friends of Henry my their home. has a remarkable "....4 J............pi I table Ccalp0an4...
when he (Walters) wanted to soothing effect .... .. convenient
on or new
Mrs. Carter stated to relief. tutrati,aid
it's better late than Coleman to know that he police that
end. For one thing are glad
= leave:to get his dollar "Slick" hit the source of such WudufduIW dui..... TabletI wbIcb: haft
B Every' now and then something happens which gives. us 'renewed I is convalescing after being hurt him with a brick. The argument :her husband, Bennie Carter, useda distress. In doctors' L.i.re tLw "dit6ah deli I b1oodIroIa '
last week his job at the knife when he started a fight teats Ptnknam's addod.At cI'u' lslLweer
faith in people. Last week St Phillips conducted their an- on paper occurred at Davis and Caroline SW
nual bazaar Joe "Hollywood Music" Higdon won the door prize bag factory. Streets Walters' was taken to
which was a lovely TV set. Now get this-Joe gave the set to the I Duval Medical Center by cab.
church and handed them a'cash donation to boot. The church was Mrs. Era Mae Harris spent last The case* was investigated by &: High School Football Schedule For '56

about $100 richer by his,gesture. i week-end-in Palatka visiting her Sgt. G. H. Hurlbert.
*, Speaking of affairs-::.This weekend the Duval County Salesmen aunt Mrs. Bessie Dudley. She was i Sat. Nov. 24 .A fc,T College vs. N. C. College Durham. N. C.

Association,will sponsor show,of products at the Lincoln Golf and accompanied back to Miami by WOMAN IS JNJURED ,IN :Sat. Nov. 24 Bethun.-Cookman vs. Kentucky State Daytona Beach. Fla.

-. Country Club. New cars represented by Negro salesmen will be on little Jackie Mayor. ? FIGHT OVER RADIO i Sat. Dee 1 Fla. A. & M. ... Miami. Fla.
*I display as well as all other products sold by Negro hucksters. Two Frances Douglris,"39, 510 Caroline -
I new auto salesmen, H. C. "Headwaiter" Donald and Charlie Jones Mr. and Mrs. John Courtneyare St suffered bYuises about the
iboth of Bill.Smith Pontiac,Sales will be introduced. To top all of the proud parents of a fine face and laceration of the fore-
this a portable television set and other valwuable prizes will be baby boy born last week weighing head in a fight at Caroline and From the South's Outstanding Furniture StoreDOUBLE
tgfvenaway, Plan now to attend. After: viewing the products vow nine and one-half pounds. He Orange Streets Friday, Nov. 16.
( to spend your dollars, where there, is a return or in the markets: has been named Alfred. Joe Hammond, allegedly jumped -
*, aiding.. the Negro group. on Miss Douglas and beat her '
J 'DirtpugiJ" Durham was involved. in a freak accident last Mrs.. Lillie Ranken who has up during an argument betweenthe
:weekend He suffered an injury to his eye which necessitated the been ill for the past week is con- two over a radio. Hammondwas
i removal of the orb. ,He is recovering 'I- +,}+ Carolyn White Washington valescing in her home to the delight lodged in jail on an attemptto r
; was hospitalized briefly by an auto accident. The popular of. her many friends. murder charge., Miss Douglaswas
teacher is on the mend. taken to Duval Medical Cen

i, Dot Wingate and Vermeil Sapp blew in from Miami with B. B. The many friends of Miss P. ter by patrol wagon.
King and his big noise,from no-where last week. Both gals appear Hill will regret to learn that she Sgts. W. C. Barber and F A.
::1z1 "rare and fine form" Dig me? was rushed to Flagler Hospitallast Gruber made the investigation.

: Henry Washington better'known.as "Pint" or "Cadillac Shorty" Saturday night quite _ilL She 1 r
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f has been in and out of town for the past week. Pint is sailing the is reported recovering.Mrs. Bishop Allen is DeadThe .A e1rr
f seas now. When he comes home from the "seven seas" he is plan-

;ningto' get a 57 "Kitty" < Ollie Henry is recuperatingin Right Reverend Alexander .f v.t

f Saw George Christopher in the barber shop. George is crying her home on Lemon St: after Joseph Allen, 62nd Bishop of the $
that we incited_public opinion ,to the point that he had-to order a undergoing surgery two weeks African i Methodist Episcopal s- ..
1 new car; Oh yes, his 57 Kitty is on the'w i. : ago at Flagler Hospital Church, passed away Wednesday
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Heard that Johnny. "Boogle-Eye";: Gibbs is doing fine in Phila- morning at his home in Cleveland r- a r
\ delphia. One man back on the scene- mumbles, "Wait til the snowfalls Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Osgood are Ohio. Funeral services have
?* the proud parents of a baby girl been set for*Tuesday Nov. 27,

Last Thursday night I had the opportunity to help worthy born on last Monday. 1:00 p. m. ir} the St. John AME

cause. -With thousands of other folk I marched for "Muscular Church, Cleveland' Ohio.

Distrophy". I was assigned Ashley Street, natch. My team and I Mrs.. Ollie Howard and. Mrs. His service in.Florida includeda
went 'in every place of business,"legit or illegit Dump or dive. Corene Ellis attended the execu brief period from January to
Every Negro owned place the manager or owner responded. rive board meeting, of the State May, 1948,, when he finished the
unexpired term of Bishop H. Y. DRESSER MIRROR PANEL BED
beautician convention in Orlando.
;This week marks the opening of the Urban League drive. If Tookes. .
there is any ''malice in your hearts toward the folk who cut the

Urban League out of the United Fund Campaign show it by giving Mrs. Fannie B.Oxedine left last .. LUSTROUS MAHOGANY s
the Urban. League fOUr dollars. If nearly 100 thousand men and week for an indefinite stay with
women of color cannot rmaise $25.000. we should all play ostrich;and her sister. Mrs, Oxedine is greatly 179

bury our entire bodies up'to the top of our,heads and just suffocate. missed by her many friends. BEDROOM SUITE I INEW

Met Ethel Cooke in the bus station. Ethel was on her way to .
Montgomery to witness the annual Tuskeegee-Bama State ,claSh.In Mrs. Annie Mae Thomas con-
all sections of the country grid seasons usually bow out with the lines to improve after undergoing
traditional Thanksgiving clashes. There is one thing in *mmon surgery last week in Flagler Hos-

about these games. It is not important about past records. Thosego pitaL .
out the Window. The objective is to'win' this one. U Howard
beats Lincoln* they've had a good season. So it is with Virginia Work is progressing rapidly on A S BROADLOOM
State and Morgan; Hampton Institute and Virginia Union; North :the new church building at 'Calvary 7d
and Benedict and similar Baptist Church. AT BIGSAVINGS .-1'
Carolina State. and A. & T.J Allen games '
the.length,and breadth the nation. So it is with the faithful on I
both aides of Main Street. Regardless of who wins the East-West Civil Liberties Union ?
winner rides high. ,
Classic, the
z I have a tip Those of you who yell loudly about FAMU band, Hails Conference i y I ; $595'S tSe. ______ .

try'and see the Blue and White "Band of the Hour" from Tennessee Yd.
Set Justice i iIfEW t
A. & L University. The crew from'the volunteer state is rated one By Dept. Smart new tweedy tex
of the top collegiate marching bands. Oh yes you had better carry tures. Color selection in t
a trailer or tent to Miami There ain't no rooms. YORK The American l this value-priced group!
Civil Liberties Union this week
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hailed the announcement of At- Lionel Hampton, his "vibes,1 1
torney General Herbert Brownell drumsand band, headline the all- AXMINSTERSREGULARLY t
"Do's And Don'ts Jr. that the Justice Departmentwill star cast in the new musical ex- .

'" hold a conference with U. S. travaganza, "BASIN STREET 79.50
attorneys in southern states to BLUES," having its first Florida
f MI HP LC.lc4frn work out methods of compliancewith showing at the Strand midnight
the United State Supreme ,saturday Dec.:1st. It will then be 595O
; ( ThLT- Court's decision barring discrimination shown on a, double bill at the
LT'r in intra-state bus transpor'Roosevelt Sunday through Tues Buy now at tremendous savings. ,1' s >

J A=-' tation. I day, Dec.,2-4 and at Skyview Dec Choice terns in of wide new range and smart of colors pat
The Union, in a telegram from 9-11.
its executive director, Patrick Included in the cast are Count
Murphy Maun said in part the,Basic and his' orchestra, Sara
Department's action "demon- Vaughn Nat King Cole Mantan
strates that leadership'at the high-,Moreland Nipsy Russell the Clo- NO CARRYING CHARGES ON BEDDING FURNITURE CARPET

MttfAw est government level will not be,vers, Amos Milburn and manyother
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